Ireland Legal Assistant Jobs

Job Description
Legal Support Assistant 23/05/12 Job description Reference number: 0640 or by emailing jobs@belfastcity.gov.uk with your new contact details. Complete the relevant Northern Ireland Local Government Officers’ Superannuation

Job Opportunities With The Equality Commission For Northern …
Northern Ireland The Equality Jobs, grades and terms and conditions for staff who work for the Commission Admin assistant – no formal academic requirements; skills related test. Admin officer – minimum of 5 GCSEs or equivalent, including English

Recruitment Information Pack – Guide For Applicants
The Legal Assistant will assist with the research and development of advice and guidance relating to complex areas of law, including Charity, Land & Property, Trustee, Northern Ireland. BT66 6NQ. OR by email to jobs@charitycommissionni.org.uk.

LAW SOCIETY OF IRELAND
LAW SOCIETY OF IRELAND CAREER SUPPORT SERVICE • MEP Assistant positions the Pacific (UNESCAP) in Bangkok http://www.unescap.org/jobs/internships/ Thank you to Niamh Connery who compiled this information and provided it to us.

Consultant Application Form Template
Outside Dublin but within Ireland Abroad CONTACT DETAILS: International code. Code Assistant Legal Adviser Dept of Foreign Affairs & Trade. Title: Consultant Application Form Template Author: Seán Ó Dubhda Last modified by:

Job Description
To be responsible to the Legal Support Assistant for the maintenance of the service’s jobs@belfastcity.gov.uk with your new contact details. Complete the relevant Northern Ireland Local Government Officers’ Superannuation

JOB DESCRIPTIONS From – LIT
Ireland providing civil legal aid and a refugee legal service. In Northern Ireland, the Public Prosecution Service are also jobs available working as inhouse company solicitors, mainly for multinational corporations. Career development

LAW SOCIETY OF IRELAND
LAW SOCIETY OF IRELAND CAREER SUPPORT SERVICE 9th August 2012 Update on Opportunities, Developments & Latest News IP Solicitor Opportunity in Dublin