Legal Counsel, Dublin

Last update 2024-04-14
Expires 2024-05-14
ID #2075384166
Legal Counsel, Dublin
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Modified March 17, 2024


We are

Seaway7 , a diverse group of team players, change makers and leaders in the delivery of offshore wind projects. What we do makes a difference to our planet and the future, by bringing sustainable, renewable energy to the world.
We are looking for a

Legal Counsel

to join our team at our or

Zoetermeer offices

on a full time, staff basis.

Legal Counsel,

you will work directly with and report to the Legal Director for UK, Ireland, and Asia Pacific. Becoming a valued member of a highly dedicated and skilled legal team with exposure to clients and projects around the world.
What you will be doing
Reviewing and qualifying conditions of contracts and other requirements contained within client invitations to tenders
Taking the lead to identify and advise tender teams on steps to mitigate potential contractual and commercial risks
Participating with other functions to ensure review of the complete bid in order to achieve consistency and avoid double up with commercial/technical qualifications
Preparing contractual risk summaries and attending tender boards (if required) as part to present the contractual risk summary to the management team
Supporting seeking appropriate deviations from contracting principles where required
Attending meetings with prospective clients and major suppliers to negotiate and arrive at acceptable terms and conditions of contract
Evaluating and including tax and insurance recommendations and reviewing client-provided CAR insurance
Drafting, reviewing and revising agreements including confidentiality agreements, mutual hold harmless agreements and other legal documents relating to tenders
Reviewing wording of bank guarantees/parent company guarantees and preparing qualifications as required
Reviewing and revising terms and conditions of commercial, frame and service contracts
Reviewing, qualifying, drafting and negotiating general legal agreements including joint bidding agreements, joint venture agreements, consortia, vessel charters and other types of contractual documents and agreements generally used in the offshore fixed wind construction industry
Providing guidance to contracts, supply chain and project personnel on contractual wording/risk mitigation and advising on contractual interpretation
Commenting on and revising standard agreements and participating in or instigating other business improvement initiatives
Delivering ad hoc training to other functions
Supporting peers and management and providing legal advice and support, anticipating and managing legal risks associated with the business strategy and operations
Advising on and ensuring claims and disputes are handled in such a way that minimizes risks and is cost effective
Providing support on ethics & compliance issues, ensuring that the Company policies and procedures are adhered to
Participating in managing litigations for the organisation
Attending the weekly legal team call and occasional offsite training events
What you will bring to the team
It’s the commitment and enthusiasm of our people that gives us our energy to create change and make an impact for the future. And we want you to bring your personality, skills and experience, powering us to be leaders in offshore wind.
Qualified lawyer - Minimum honours LLB in Law (or equivalent - English or Scottish) is essential (other common law, German, Dutch or Norwegian equivalent qualifications also considered)
Extensive experience as an in-house counsel or comparable law firm experience with an EPCI contractor (Experience in renewables and offshore construction is highly desired)
Experience in a commercial / contracting environment; reviewing, advising on and negotiating complex tenders involving multiple stakeholders is essential
Experience of advising on contentious matters and disputes
Knowledge of standard industry contracts, such as FIDIC, BIMCO and LOGIC as well as knowledge of a variety of contract documentation such as, framework agreements, supply contracts, JV’s, consortiums, partnership, NDA’s, etc
Good understanding of construction terminology, progress calculation methods, programmes of work and project timelines and risks
Understanding of contracting under English law (Civil law experience would be a plus)
Excellent communication skills in English, both verbally and in writing
Ability to identify risks and propose alternative strategies in order to mitigate risks while accomplishing the preferred path forward for the business if possible
Ability to work successfully in a dynamic team environment across departments
Ability and willingness to timely meet changing priorities
Ability to be discreet and maintain confidentiality
Strong planning, analytical, negotiation, and organizational skills
Strong ethical values and willingness to raise concerns to internal team members
At times, there may be specific qualifications we’re looking for, but we also recognise the power of transferrable skills, so if you feel you have some of the relevant skills and experience, we’re looking for, we want to hear from you.
What can we offer you
We offer the opportunity to create a future to be proud of, for generations to come. Whatever the role, wherever the location, everyone plays a part.
And when we say everyone, we mean everyone. Because we believe that it’s our team spirit that makes us special. Whether we’re getting stuck in, overcoming a challenge, or celebrating a success, we always do it together.
Alongside this, we’re continually creating the environment for you to be at your best – in and outside of work. This includes:
Career development

– access to a range of learning opportunities, as well as being part of a culture that encourages growth and development.
Flexible working

– everyone has commitments, responsibilities, and passions outside of work. With a range of patterns available including hybrid, part-time or flexitime working, let’s discuss how we make time for what matters to you.
A holistic benefits package

– we pride ourselves in offering a wide range of benefits that support your financial, emotional, and physical wellbeing.
The next steps
To apply for this role, simply click the ‘Apply’ button found on this page.
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Here are 3 top tips to help you submit an application:
Make sure your CV is up-to-date and highlights the transferable skills and experience you can bring to this role.
Include a cover letter as part of your application. It’s your chance to tell us why you would be a brilliant addition to our team.
Take your time with your application and check there are no errors such as spelling mistakes.
Once you have submitted your application, we will be in touch as soon as possible with next steps.
To find out more about Seaway7, please visit our website.
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Beware Recruitment Scams
Please be on your guard against recruitment scams. These are increasingly being carried out online through false job advertisements, job websites, unsolicited emails, or bogus recruiters purporting to be from Subsea 7. As a company, we treat this fraud very seriously, and ask that you read our Recruitment Fraud guidance , to help you spot the signs of a scam.


Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Legal counsel

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