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Legal & Knowledge Management Researcher

Location:Dublin

Job Length:Permanent, Contract

Date:11/06/2021

Firm:Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

Job Type:

Email Address:Hr.mailbox@dppireland.ie

Reference:210422

Practice Area:In-House/ Public Sector

Web Address:https://www.dppireland.ie/

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions is recruiting a Legal and Knowledge Management Researcher. Successful applicants must, on or before 2 July 2021, hold an honours degree (at least a Level 8 of the National Framework of Qualifications) in law or an honors degree in another discipline plus a post graduate qualification in law.

Successful applicants also should be able to demonstrate experience of in-depth legal research and analysis. It will be an advantage to have an extensive knowledge of Irish law and the Irish legal system along with a knowledge of EU and ECHR law, strong information technology skills, analytical and evaluative skills and techniques, good written communication skills, an ability to work independently and in a team environment and an ability to plan, prioritise and manage tasks in a systemic and organised way in order to deliver work of a high quality against tight deadlines.

Shortlisting may apply. Canvassing will disqualify.

The competition will be carried out in line with the codes of practice as published by the Commission for Public Service Appointments which are available at http://www.cpsa.ie/

For more information and to apply please see Legal & Knowledge Management Researcher

Closing date for applications is 3:30pm on Friday 2 July 2021.

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