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Social Law Legal Advisor

What does a skeyes Social Law Legal Advisor do?

Providing legal advice in the field of labour regulations, social security legislation and civil servants law. This includes among other things:

  • interpreting and translating social legislation, applicable collective agreements, statutes, regulations, service notes with a view to practical application within skeyes;
  • following up and notifying developments in social legislation to the HR director, HR managers and industrial relations;
  • investigating the impact of legislative changes on skeyes;
  • providing legal advice to the HR Director, the HR managers and industrial relations from an expertise role;
  • conducting research for complex questions and formulating solutions;
  • advising on legal risks;
  • participating in working groups and meetings on various legal and staff-related projects.

Processing and coordinating social-legal dossiers and disputes as well as dossiers and disputes in the field of civil service law. This includes among other things:

  • processing and following up incoming questions and complaints;
  • maintaining contacts with and managing law firms;
  • providing advice, in cooperation with the lawyers involved, on the assessment of a judgment or ruling and the follow-up to be given to it.

Providing support in maintaining contacts with the social partners. This includes among other things:

  • preparing and following up joint committee meetings and negotiations with the social partners in collaboration with the HR Director, HR Managers and industrial relations;
  • being responsible for the legal assessment in preparing and drafting collective agreements;
  • ensuring the legal test when answering questions from the social partners.

Candidate profile

What makes you the perfect Social Law Legal Advisor?

  • you hold a Master’s degree in Law;
  • you have at least 3 to 4 years of relevant experience;
  • you excel in administration and you have a thorough knowledge of social legislation;
  • working experience in the public sector is an asset;
  • you communicate clearly and unambiguously in French and Dutch, both verbally and in writing. Knowledge of English is a plus;
  • you can easily work with MS Office;
  • you are assertive and communicative and able to engage in a dialogue with internal and external contacts;
  • you take initiative and help carry service provision to a higher level;
  • you adapt smoothly to a changing context thanks to your adaptability;
  • you are a teamplayer.
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Security Screening

In light of the vacancy to which you respond we would like to draw your special attention to the fact that prior to being employed by skeyes candidates have to undergo a security screening which will be carried out by the National Security Authority. More info