Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom
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If you have a paralegal experience and you're keen to grow and learn, this diverse role is an ideal chance to establish yourself in a busy, Oil & Gas legal team.
Where you fit in
You'll join Shell UK's Upstream legal team, based in Aberdeen. Headed by our Managing Counsel Upstream UK. The team covers a wide variety of work including joint venture, project development, regulatory, M&A, gas sales/transportation and exploration.
What's the role?
As a paralegal, you'll be supporting a legal team of 8 lawyers on a refreshing variety of work. A key focus will be handling third party licence transfers, reviewing correspondence and Novation and Execution Deed documents and liaising internally, with co-venturers and with LOGIC Oil & Gas UK. The role will also include legal research, managing legal records, updating agreement bibles and liaising with external claim handlers.
The successful candidate will have held a Paralegal role within a large corporate business or a large law firm and will have experience of commercial law. Oil/gas contracts experience is preferred. We are looking for someone with strong personal drive and the ability to maintain resilience when managing a varied workload sometimes under pressure. He/she will be confident and credible with an aptitude for rapidly building and maintaining trust and the ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team to provide robust and comprehensive advice to stakeholders. Beyond that, there's scope to contribute to improving processes and shaping the way we work for the better. All in all, it's a rewarding, highly visible role.
?Please note - whilst progression as a Paralegal in Shell is possible, this role would not people who are looking to become a qualified lawyer.
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What we need from you
It's an ideal step forward into a busy Oil & Gas law environment for someone with a paralegal qualification such as NALP Paralegal practice award. Alternatively, you could join us with a postgraduate paralegal diploma or a Law Degree.
It's vital you have good computer skills: you'll need to confidently use Word, Excel and PowerPoint as well as electronic filing and document management systems; we'll bring you up to speed on these.
It's your personal skills that will set you apart. We're keen to hear from men and women who are highly organised, detail orientated and capable of prioritising multiple tasks, even when deadlines are tight. You'll be liaising with colleagues and contacts at all levels of the business, so you'll need to have a co-operative spirit and be a confident communicator, both in person and on paper. If that's you and you're keen to develop and grow, we'd like to hear from you.
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