A person with well-developed skills in commercial and/or legal research and report writing is required for a key policy role in Law Society of Ireland.
The appointee will have responsibility for the preparation of briefing materials and detailed reports for management on Government policy development, new and proposed changes in legislation and international matters that impact on Ireland. Candidates will need to have a third level qualification in law, business and law or similar, exceptional organisational skills, an excellent command of written and spoken English - and a record of success in working on complex matters.
Reporting to the Deputy Director General, the person appointed will carry out legal and commercial research, source materials for policy papers and reports, and draft complex submissions and position papers. The successful candidate will also be required to deal with best practice queries from members of the solicitors’ profession. While not essential, experience of knowledge management systems or as a Parliamentary Assistant would be an advantage.
To apply, please email email@example.com attaching your CV and quoting reference 'Policy Role’ without delay.