BOYNECLARKE LLP Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada
Sep 29, 2021Full time
Why BOYNECLARKE LLP? We are a dynamic, fast-growing full-service law firm located in downtown Dartmouth, with spectacular views of the Halifax Harbour. We understand that the success and well-being of our clients and our staff is often rooted in our shared community, that is why we are deeply invested in giving back. We strengthen and support our commitment to community through various programs and initiatives, including volunteer time programs, staff-driven initiatives, and casual days that support a different staff-selected charity each month. We also understand that work-life integration, health, and wellness play an important role in staffs' ability to be successful and maintain a healthy working environment. Through financial literacy programs, fitness classes, wellness subsidy program, and committee driven initiatives, we invest in maintaining an environment that our staff can thrive in. Why this role? We are seeking a lawyer to join our talented team of professionals by leading and working in our Corporate Services Team. This candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment, be self-motivated, and a team player with strong leadership abilities. If you value building a career supporting our Business Law team, we want to hear from you. Core Duties and Responsibilities As Corporate Services Lawyer (Manager), your responsibilities will include, but is not limited to, the following: Contribute to work output by completing corporate law transactions including incorporations, amalgamations, purchase and sale of business, and tax reorganizations; Facilitate the delivery of high quality, timely output from the Corporate Services team by optimizing workflow process and procedures, delegating and managing work assignments; Internal and external relationship building including attendance at Corporate Service conferences; Supervising a high performing team. Qualifications and Skills To be successful, you possess the following qualifications and skills: Experience with Corporate Services or equivalent skills and experience; Member of the Nova Scotia Bar or eligible to become a member; Exceptional attention to detail and proven organizational skills; Positive team player with proven ability to inspire teams; Outstanding computer skills, specifically Microsoft Suite and outlook with the aptitude to learn new software quickly.