Senior Legal Analyst

  • Canadian Tire
  • Oakville, Ontario, Canada
  • Jul 14, 2022
Full time Lawyer (Other) Law Clerk Legal Assistant Legal Support

Job Description

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Help us boldly shape retail in Canada

Canadian Tire Corporation, Limited (“CTC”) is one of Canada’s most admired and trusted companies. With world-class Owned Brands and exciting market-leading merchandising strategies, we are continually innovating with purpose: to be there for Canadians from coast-to-coast. We are relentlessly focused on innovating at every level of our business, investing in new technologies and products, and doubling down on the best talent to drive the company forward. It is an especially exciting time to join Canadian Tire and its group of companies.

The Senior Legal Analyst works closely with various internal and external stakeholders. The Senior Legal Analyst will garner a firm understanding of CTB’s activities and requirements in the following specific areas:

  • Wills, estates, bankruptcies and debt collection
  • Small claims court litigation
  • Review and interpretation of various documentation
  • Marketing and advertising
  • Contract governance
  • Project support

At Canadian Tire we work flexibly embracing ‘Hybrid’ whereby individuals utilize a combination of working at a CTC campus and/or virtually in service of outcomes. Determined by managers, decisions around work location will be made based on business and team needs and grounded in a desire to support individual well-being and personal needs. Our goal is to empower teams and individuals to make the right decisions for them, and we expect that to look different for everyone.

What you’ll do

  • Act as the main legal point of contact for the Bank’s contact centre and provide subject matter expertise in the areas of collections, small claims court litigation and document interpretation
  • Manage collection agencies and their prosecution of small claims court matters and the execution of various documents (affidavits, writs of execution, mortgage foreclosure, etc.)
  • Manage general small claims court matters relating to various topics such as chargebacks, fraud and various other customer complaints
  • Interpret and provide guidance on various documents including, but not limited to: government access requests, production orders/subpoenas, power of attorney/public guardian and name change documents
  • Reviewing customer-facing marketing and advertising material to ensure adherence with applicable legislation
  • Reviewing and drafting vendor contracts based on business requirements and compliance to legislation
  • Participating in and advising on corporate projects and new product launches
  • Work collaboratively with cross-functional teams across CTB, CTC and the enterprise

What you bring

  • Paralegal graduate with 5+ years practical working experience
  • Member of the Law Society of Ontario, in good standing
  • Knowledge of provincial and federal regulations governing financial services or a similar highly regulated entity
  • Knowledge of the Bank Act and the Rules of Civil Procedure
  • Knowledge of PIPEDA , CASL, Competition Act advertising provisions and provincial consumer protection law
  • Experience with debt collection, wills and estates, and small claims court litigation
  • Proven ability to adapt to a variable workload with the skills to prioritize and manage multiple files with tight deadlines
  • Ability to identify potential legal issues and present potential solutions
  • Excellent communication skills – written and oral
  • Excellent organizational and analytical abilities with attention to accuracy and detail

About Canadian Tire Corporation

As one of the most trusted brands in Canada, our employees take pride in the work we do across the country. It’s more than the iconic triangle that keeps our employees around. From benefits and perks, to learning and development opportunities, to our commitment to Jumpstart – these are some of the many reasons why Canadian Tire Corporation is one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies . To learn more follow us on LinkedIn .


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Legal Analyst role in Ontario