CANADIAN ADVENTURE CHARTERS INC. or (CAC), a company incorporated under the laws of Newfoundland & Labrador, with its registered address at Marystown, NL, Canada, is a leading expert in the private luxury yachting and charter service and the tourism industry specializing in the exploration of the captivating wonders of Newfoundland & Labrador and the Northwest Passage. Our utmost commitment lies in crafting unforgettable experiences that cater to your unique interests.
Job Title: Maritime lawyer specializing in Treasure Artifact Sales, Cultural Heritage, knowledge in environmental law.
Job Summary:Canadian Adventure Charter is seeking a 15-year experienced and highly knowledgeable Maritime Lawyer specializing in international maritime law and maritime contracts to join our legal team. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in handling complex maritime legal matters, including international regulatory compliance, dispute resolution, writing investor and partnerships grant funding contracts and all contracts related to maritime ventures. The candidate should possess excellent analytical, negotiation, and communication skills, with the ability to provide strategic legal counsel in the maritime industry, on climate change and global warming through collaboration with an oceanographic institute, investors, and stakeholders. Must be a Treasure Artifact Sales Specialist selling treasure artifacts through legal channels. Specialization in art law and cultural heritage law. Must have a Canadian Law background.
1. Legal expertise:
· Legal advice and guidance on international maritime law, including other relevant international conventions.
· In Canadian maritime law.
· Treasure Artifact Sales Specialist selling treasure artifacts through legal channels. Also, expertise in national and international laws, regulations, and ethical guidelines governing the sale, trade, and export of valuable historical and archaeological artifacts.
· Strong expertise in Art law and cultural heritage law.
· To ensure strict adherence to local, and international laws and regulations governing the sale and trade of historical artifacts. This includes familiarity with Conventions
· On climate change and global warming through collaboration with an oceanographic institute, investors, and stakeholders.
· In international law on legal matters in Panama, Europe and more.
· Strong knowledge of the Maritime Historical Museum
· To ensure the company takes the lion's share of the profits in a business partnership.
· Import-export regulations complex landscape for historical artifacts, including securing necessary permits and licenses.
2. Dispute Resolution
· Handle maritime and other disputes, including arbitration and litigation, involving vessel collisions, cargo claims, salvage, pollution, and other maritime-related issues.
· Represent the company in negotiations and mediation to resolve maritime or other disputes.
3. Due Diligence
· Conduct due diligence on maritime and other transactions, including vessel acquisitions, mergers, and acquisitions, to assess legal risks and provide recommendations.
· Prepare legal opinions and reports for CAC on due diligence.
4. Legal Research and Analysis
· Legal research on maritime, environmental. commercial and cultural Heritage laws, regulations, and precedents to support legal strategies and opinions.
· Analyze complex legal issues and provide clear and practical advice.
5. Compliance law
· Stay up to date with international maritime or other regulations and advise on compliance requirements, including environmental regulations, safety standards, and flag state obligations.
· Assist CAC in obtaining necessary permits, licenses, and approvals for maritime operations.
6. Documentation and Legal Drafting
· Draft, review, agreements, and prepare legal documents, including contracts, agreements, briefs, legal opinions, memorandums and more ensuring accuracy, clarity, and compliance with relevant laws and regulations.
· Structure and negotiate investors related to maritime ventures, joint ventures, equity investments, and financing arrangements.
· Ensure that investor contracts align with the objectives and interests of CAC and the investors.
· Vendor contracts, partnership agreements and negotiate a wide range of maritime contracts, including charter agreements, shipbuilding, vessel sale and purchase agreements, maritime financing agreements, partnerships grant funding with global oceanographic research institutes and universities, dry dock, marina berth/membership, boathouse sales/rental, floating homes sale and rental, marine and aviation fuel/lube, dis-charge supply, legal memorandums for yacht brokers, charter management companies, Uboat Works. Including reviewing contracts and working with insurance companies and with offshore banks and government departments in Canada, USA, and Europe, including any/all countries and international waters in CAC will be operating.
· Must have a bachelor’s in law degree from an accredited Canadian law school.
· Member of Canadian Bar Law.
· A minimum of 15 years of experience practicing maritime law, with a focus on international maritime law and maritime contracts.
· Expert in international maritime conventions, regulations, and industry standards.
· Proven experience in negotiating complex maritime contracts and handling maritime disputes.
· Treasure Artifact Sales Specialist selling treasure artifacts through legal channels and requires extensive knowledge in this area.
· Strong Knowledge of Environmental Law.
· Strong knowledge of Cultural Heritage Law.
· Excellent analytical, communication, and negotiation skills.
· Ability to work independently and collaborate with our legal team.
CLOSES: November 25, 2023
Note: The successful applicant will be required to provide a criminal record check.
Preference may be given to those having knowledge of the Treasure & Shipwreck Recovery- Luxury Yachting Industry- Offshore Adventures, Expeditions, Exploration Land and Deep-Sea Submarine Operations, Film Entertainment Industry- Dr. scientists researching Climate Change-Global Warming, Corporate Lawyer-Specializing in Maritime Law
Job Type: Permanent
Salary: $200,000.00-$ 250,000.00 per year
Work Location: Remote
The Employee will be entitled to participate in employee benefits programs offered by the Company, such as Company Pension, Health Insurance, Extended Health Care, Dental care, Disability insurance, Life insurance, retirement plans, vacation leave, vacation care, Paid Time-Off, subject to the terms and conditions outlined in the respective policy documents.
Furthermore, the Employee will also be entitled to the following additional benefits:
a. special private explore yacht charters
b. submersible dives
c. sports fishing and hunting
d. Seafood package
e. Discounted shares to purchase with CAC
f. . Discounted price on CCC 3D printed disaster Land-based and
g. Full family discount at CAC’ S aquarium exhibit & restaurant. Onsite
day care of any employee requiring
h. Flexible schedule
i. On-site parking
j. Employee stock purchase plan
k. Annual professional fee reimbursement
How to apply:
To apply for the position, please send your updated resume/CV, along with a detailed cover letter, with 3 references:
at email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Canadian Adventure Charters, you may visit our website at www.cacsd.ca
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent