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Closing Date: 21 September 2023

Senior Executive Solicitor Fingal County Council

Fingal is a highly attractive place to live, work, visit and do business. It comprises a geographical area of 450 stretching from Balbriggan in the north, to Blanchardstown in the west and to Howth in the east. The area is defined by the diversity of its landscape and settlement patterns with rural, urban and suburban locations all rolled into one county. There is 88km of coastline, three large protected estuaries and salt marsh habitats and 13 major beaches.

Fingal County Council is one of the county’s major local employers and currently employs approximately 1,500 staff. The Council is mandated to deliver a diverse range of functions and services which can be broadly described under the headings of the provision of physical and social infrastructure, housing, economic and tourism development, community development, recreation and amenity services and the management of the planning and environmental regulatory framework. The role of the County Council as provided for in law is to represent, lead and serve the communities of Fingal.

An opportunity now exists in Fingal County Council for the position of Senior Executive Solicitor.

Fingal County Council’s Law Department provides a comprehensive service to the County Council in the entire area of local government law including conveyancing, litigation (including statutory enforcement) and dispute resolution, procurement, commercial and E.U. law.    The Senior Executive Solicitor will be required to work under the supervision and direction of the Law Agent. They will also be required at times to work independently under their initiative as circumstances demand.

A full list of essential requirements is available in the Information Booklet.

The Public Appointments Service is committed to a policy of equal opportunity and encourage applications under all nine grounds of the Employment Equality Act.

Closing Date: 3pm Thursday 21st September 2023.

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