Legal Administrator (fixed Term Contract), Dublin, Irish Distillers

Published 2023-01-24
Expires 2023-02-24
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Legal Administrator (fixed Term Contract), Dublin, Irish Distillers
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published January 24, 2023

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Legal administrator (fixed term contract)

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Legal Administrator (Fixed Term Contract)
About us
Irish Distillers is Ireland’s leading supplier of spirits and wines and makers of some of the world’s most well-known and successful Irish whiskeys. Led by Jameson, our brands have driven the global renaissance of Irish whiskey and are exported to over 130 markets across the globe. We are located across 5 locations in Ireland and are based nationwide across Cork, Dublin and Belfast. Recently, In 2022, we proudly became a top 10 global spirit brand, distributing over 10 million cases of Jameson across the globe. At the core of everything we do is a passion for our craft, a commitment to sustainability and an ambition to create drinks that can be enjoyed the world over. We believe great things happen when real, remarkable and responsible come together
Irish Distillers joined Pernod Ricard in 1988, gaining access to unprecedented levels of investment and an extensive global distribution network. Pernod Ricard is the No.2 worldwide producer of wines and spirits with over 300 brands including Absolut, Jacobs Creek, Beefeater Gin and MMPJ and many more.
Role Responsibilities:
Responsibility for maintaining up to date corporate records including:
Legalaxy (Legal Suite) - A group wide contract management system due to be implemented in FY22 requiring categorising and uploading of all current contracts on to the system to provide a searchable database of contracts.
Corporate Snapshot – Database of corporate records of the Irish group providing access to board minutes and supporting documents through sharepoint and an app, as well as monitoring relevant compliance updates and maintaining up to date notes on relevant topics for director access
Responsibility for operating Partner-up checks for new suppliers and customers, coordinating with the procurement team, liaising with HQ Compliance officer, all in accordance with group policy
To assist the legal team in keeping templates within the legal portal relevant and up to date and to provide support to the business with drafting of contracts using approved templates.
To manage the raising of POs, and organisation of documents for signature and notarisation.
To assist the Company Secretary in the preparation and drafting of domestic agreements and associated credit checks and due diligence checks.
To participate in other legal team projects and initiatives as required from time to time.
Experience required:
Minimum 12 months experience in legal practice either in-house or in a firm.
Key Functional skills:
Excellent communication skills for dealing with internal management and external advisers
Proactive approach to area of responsibility
Flexible attitude, ability to respond to deadlines and prioritise as necessary
PC literate with practical experience of various systems including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
Good team worker, but able to self-organise and manage own workload
What we offer
We understand our people are our special ingredient. We treat our employees with respect and offer an environment that is engaging, supportive and collaborative. We understand that employees require different supports at different stages of their working lives and our benefits, perks and programmes look to support your employee journey. We want to make you feel recognised and valued for your contribution to our shared success.
Hybrid working; A blended working arrangement of up to 3 days a week working from where you work best
Profit share: an annual profit share scheme to reward your contribution to the company’s success.
Allowance: an annual allowance to spend on our portfolio of products and merchandise, for you to enjoy responsibly.
People Development: We enable continuous development for our people at every stage of their careers through our people development, online learning, and leadership training programmes.
Family leave: fully paid maternity, parent and paternity leave, allowing you spend precious time with your new family member
Parental Support: Our ‘Reconnect’ programme includes access to a workplace parenting coach, a phased return to work and a supportive environment for new parents
Health & Wellbeing; Our Wellbeing Programme “THRIVE” supports employees across the three main pillars: Life, Body and Mind
Charity Days: up to 2 days paid leave every year to volunteer at a charity of their choice
Our Leadership Attributes
Grow Diverse Teams: Leverages & values diversity of profiles to build empowered teams and develop talents creating a sense of belonging in an environment that promotes the Pernod Ricard values
Bold & Agile: Decisive and courageous even in the face of difficult & complex situations and always learns from past experiences. Steps up to address difficult issues, saying what needs to be said in a respectful way
Consumer Centric; Develops customer/consumer intimacy with a focus on technology to innovate and create more value for the consumer and Pernod Ricard.
Open & Authentic; Role models who instil trust, engage teams by giving and receiving feedback and constantly fostering open dialogue.
Growth Mindset; Forward thinking; embodies a vision that translates into inspiring strategies. Thrives in a complex and changing world deploying resources effectively and efficiently.
Deliver through Collaboration; Achieves results while balancing rigorous planning and flexible transversal collaboration. Builds partnerships and works collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives
Like a well-blended whiskey, we believe that diverse perspectives make us better and we welcome people from all backgrounds and experiences to create together the spirit that makes us great.
To learn more about our careers, go to our careers page
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