Join the ranks of Stikeman Elliott, one of the most distinguished and respected corporate law firms in Canada. Our Toronto office is located in the heart of the financial district, with prime access to public transit, which makes it ideal for
Position Summary...The purpose of the Corporate Counsel role is to support the legal and regulatory compliance requirements of the business and to provide legal advice to business units throughout the Company to support achieving its goals.What you'll
JOB PURPOSE: The Senior Reference Librarian is a subject matter expert, responsible for providing in-person and remote legal reference and research services to library users, including Law Society lawyer and paralegal licensees and their agents,
At McCarthy Tétrault, we offer challenging and rewarding career opportunities and are delighted to have been selected as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers 2021 for the ninth consecutive year. Our culture is built
Under the general guidance of the Manager, Portfolio Management Office, the Project Manager is responsible for project lifecycle management of specific projects within the portfolio of the Portfolio Management Office. These projects can be complex and highly diverse, average between 6 months and 18 months in duration, and require the development and management of strong working relationships with a wide range of people, including business unit representatives, end users, IT technical staff, and external contractors and vendors. The Project Manager develops resource plans, identifies and assesses risks, creates project schedules, estimates development efforts, and tracks and manages projects through to successful implementation and closure. The primary goal of the Portfolio Management Office is to achieve all the goals and objectives of each selected and chartered project, while honoring the constraints of scope, time, and budget. The Project Manager takes full and active responsibility for the projects assigned to them, in regard to the completion of those projects on time, on budget, and on scope.
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