Property Lawyer G2
TII acquires assets, pursuant to its statutory powers, for the purposes of road and light rail projects. This role provides legal input and advice to support the development and implementation of these projects.
TII Governance and Legal Department currently employs a full time Property Lawyer Grade I with oversight of legal property matters. The Property Lawyer is responsible for the acquisition of property and interests required for the purpose of road and rail projects, the registration of TII’s interests and the legal agreements necessary for the exploitation of TII’s property assets, including, where required, leases and licences, development agreements and general legal, environmental and planning issues. TII is presently at the planning stages of the MetroLink project, which will connect key destinations including Dublin Airport and the City Centre along the current proposed route.
The Governance and Legal Department requires a Solicitor to assist with the anticipated increased requirement for legal support relating to the MetroLink Project as well as ongoing work on current schemes. It is also anticipated that the successful applicant will take responsibility for planning and implementing a programme to complete legacy work arising from other projects.
The successful candidate will be required to demonstrate the key competencies for a Grade II position as identified in the Competency Directory on the HR section of the intranet, as well as the following job-specific requirements:
- Candidates must be professionally qualified solicitors with strong academic qualifications, and excellent commercial awareness.
- 5 years post graduate experience in property law is required. Experience in judicial review, planning and environmental law, construction law, projects or a related area is desirable.
- The successful candidate will have exceptional analytical and communication skills together with the ability to work effectively as part of multi-disciplinary teams with colleagues and external advisers from diverse backgrounds and at all levels of the organisation.
To apply for, or to locate further information on, these posts please visit our website: www.tii.ie/
The closing date for applications is 12pm (noon) Friday, 7th June, 2019
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