Project Manager

Permanent role

Mason Hayes & Curran LLP is a leading Irish law firm based in Dublin with offices in San Francisco, New York and London. We are a business law firm with extensive knowledge and experience in the following sectors: Energy, Technology, Financial Services, Built Environment and Healthcare & Life Sciences.

Our projects team wishes to hire a project manager. Working with the financial services department as well as broader departments across the firm, you will plan and monitor progress, manage a team of project assistants and keep stakeholders up to date. This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced project manager to work with and develop a growing team.

Responsibilities include

·      preparation and delivery of new project tenders;

·      working closely with financial service clients to deliver/complete high value transactions;

·      effective project management using a mix of waterfall and agile methodologies;

·      accurate, clear and timely project reports and updates;

·      working closely with partners in the firm to develop a deep understanding of existing processes;

·      rolling out and embedding new legal technologies across the firm; and

·      presenting, onboarding and training clients in the use or our online collaboration portal (HighQ).

Candidate requirements

·      5+ years of project management experience, ideally from a legal or professional services background;

·      strong IT and MS Office skills, and advanced Excel skills;

·      experience using a project management software (e.g.;

·      familiarity with HighQ is an asset but not a necessity; and

·      a team player with strong communication skills.

Why MHC?

·      competitive salaries;

·      generous employee benefits;

·      focus on employee involvement, wellbeing and success;

·      friendly, open and informal working atmosphere; and

·      social events, clubs and initiatives (Green Month, Working on Wellness, subsidised fitness classes etc.).

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