Junior Lawyer

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A company which aids and advises Gaming companies is searching for a Junior Lawyer to join their Policy & International Affairs directorate in Malta. You will be conducting background research and assist in the consultation processes to ensure that policy recommendations are evidence-based and duly informed by relevant stakeholders. The role also carries responsibility for the monitoring of international developments and assisting in maintaining regular and open communication with entities at an EU and international level. The ideal candidate will have a degree in Law and ideally have experience within a legal, policy or diplomatic role. Knowledge of Gaming regulations is highly advantageous. If you feel you have the necessary skills and experience for this role, then GRS look forward to receiving your CV for this Malta based Junior Lawyer role.
  • Draft policy documents and proposals as assigned by the Chief Policy & International Affairs. This also includes the reviewing and amending of existing policies with a view to improving their effects
  • Scan the horizon for industry developments across the globe, most particularly within the EU/EEA region, that are of interest and/or likely to affect the gaming industry in Malta
  • Conduct and plan research into assigned areas of gambling regulation, international developments or any other matter as deemed relevant at any point in time
  • Collaborate closely with international gambling regulators, industry players, Government authorities and departments, including those representing Malta outside our shores, and to maintain constant channels of communication
  • Assist in conducting consultations with stakeholders, including but not limited to written consultations, one-to-one interviews and focus groups;
  • Keep abreast with European Union regulations, directives and initiatives and provide the internal stakeholders with the required support regarding the interpretation of the relevant instruments, particularly with regard to the effect that such instruments may have on the local industry
  • Represent the Company at international fora including conferences, exposition centres as well as any related meetings locally or overseas as required
  • Conduct other duties and functions as may be assigned.
  • In possession of a law degree or equivalent
  • Having previously worked or trained in other legal, policy, or diplomatic roles shall be considered an asset
  • Knowledge of the laws and regulations governing Gaming in Malta shall be considered an asset
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Self-starter with a high degree of accountability and pro-active work attitude
  • Team player with strong ability to contribute positively to a team environment.
  • Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced and changing environment.
  • Great salary
  • Excellent offices
  • Annual fitness allowance of €100
  • Study leave (40 hours annually) and exam leave;
  • Private Hospital Health Insurance cover and subsidised rate for dependents sharing the same residential address
  • Flexible working hours – starting time anytime between 7:30 and 9:30 (total workday of 8.5 hrs)
  • Remote working 2-3 days per week.
Due to the high volume of applications we receive at GRS Recruitment, only shortlisted candidates will be responded to.
To apply for this position, please email your CV to Laura Constantinou, laura@grsrecruitment.com quoting the above job reference or call +356 27780664 for further information.



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    25 October 2022
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  • laura@grsrecruitment.com
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