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ERISA/Employee Benefits/Attorney/In House/Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta GA Attorney, Retirement Consulting Candidate will focus on retirement plan issues. May be called on to address postretirement health and welfare plan issues as well. Draft and review plan documents, SPDs, and other communications; Government filings; Fiduciary responsibilities and plan governance. Work directly with clients on most issues and should expect to work with client contacts at a number of levels, including senior leaders in HR like the VPHR and with clients' internal or external legal counsel like the internal benefits counsel, the general counsel, or a senior partner at a major law firm. Provide technical support to other consultants like actuaries and plan administration consultants.

Candidate should have a Law degree from an accredited law school and be an active member in good standing of a State Bar. 5-10 years of experience focusing primarily on employee benefits is required. Broad experience addressing issues related to both DC and DB retirement plans is needed.
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2014-10-22

Banking/Attorney/In House/Boston, Massachusetts

Boston MA Attorney - Global Wealth Management International The candidate will provide product-related cross-border legal support to its Global Wealth and Investment Management ( GWIM ) business units, including Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, servicing non-U.S. client markets. Duties: Timely delivery of thorough, impactful advice and effective solutions to address complex issues and problems of an international or cross-border nature, including advice related to new and existing GWIM products/services and client-specific transactions, and preparation of reports/analyses of the same to management; Drafting and revising of interpretation/advice memoranda and country-specific policies and procedures related to the cross-border offer and sale of wealth management products and services, including investment advisory programs, mutual funds, alternative investments, market-linked securities, derivatives and banking products (credit and deposit); Close partnership with other in-house legal colleagues, including GWIM U.S. product attorneys, as well as business, risk, compliance, and audit partners; Management and oversight of external legal counsel in multiple non-U.S. jurisdictions; Review and interpretation of new/revised laws, regulations, rules and interpretations relating to wealth management products, licensing/registration and other country-specific matters. Provides general legal counsel to AMGs investment management business as well as specific advice on products services and certain legal actions. Reviews legal contracts and documents. Directly or through staff conducts legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor or equivalent law degree. Should admitted to any United States bar in good standing. Should have 6 years of experience since admission to the Bar. Prior experience with a major law firm and/or in-house legal department at a financial services company is required. Must have 4-10 years experience advising on international and cross-border legal/regulatory matters and U.S. securities laws and regulations related to the financial services industry (securities brokerage/investment advisory/private banking). Should have excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and meticulous attention to detail. Spanish proficiency -- written and spoken preferred. Must have ability both to collaborate and partner in a team-oriented environment and to navigate and coordinate across the Legal Department to identify necessary expertise.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-22

Banking/Attorney/In House/Charlotte, North Carolina

Charlotte NC Attorney - Global Wealth Management International The candidate will provide product-related cross-border legal support to its Global Wealth and Investment Management ( GWIM ) business units, including Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, servicing non-U.S. client markets. Duties: Timely delivery of thorough, impactful advice and effective solutions to address complex issues and problems of an international or cross-border nature, including advice related to new and existing GWIM products/services and client-specific transactions, and preparation of reports/analyses of the same to management; Drafting and revising of interpretation/advice memoranda and country-specific policies and procedures related to the cross-border offer and sale of wealth management products and services, including investment advisory programs, mutual funds, alternative investments, market-linked securities, derivatives and banking products (credit and deposit); Close partnership with other in-house legal colleagues, including GWIM U.S. product attorneys, as well as business, risk, compliance, and audit partners; Management and oversight of external legal counsel in multiple non-U.S. jurisdictions; Review and interpretation of new/revised laws, regulations, rules and interpretations relating to wealth management products, licensing/registration and other country-specific matters. Provides general legal counsel to AMGs investment management business as well as specific advice on products services and certain legal actions. Reviews legal contracts and documents. Directly or through staff conducts legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor or equivalent law degree. Should admitted to any United States bar in good standing. Should have 6 years of experience since admission to the Bar. Prior experience with a major law firm and/or in-house legal department at a financial services company is required. Must have 4-10 years experience advising on international and cross-border legal/regulatory matters and U.S. securities laws and regulations related to the financial services industry (securities brokerage/investment advisory/private banking). Should have excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and meticulous attention to detail. Spanish proficiency -- written and spoken preferred. Must have ability both to collaborate and partner in a team-oriented environment and to navigate and coordinate across the Legal Department to identify necessary expertise.
Legal 4 - 10 Full-time 2014-10-22

Corporate/Attorney/In House/New York City, New York

New York City NY Attorney - Global Wealth Management International The candidate will provide product-related cross-border legal support to its Global Wealth and Investment Management ( GWIM ) business units, including Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, servicing non-U.S. client markets. Duties: Timely delivery of thorough, impactful advice and effective solutions to address complex issues and problems of an international or cross-border nature, including advice related to new and existing GWIM products/services and client-specific transactions, and preparation of reports/analyses of the same to management; Drafting and revising of interpretation/advice memoranda and country-specific policies and procedures related to the cross-border offer and sale of wealth management products and services, including investment advisory programs, mutual funds, alternative investments, market-linked securities, derivatives and banking products (credit and deposit); Close partnership with other in-house legal colleagues, including GWIM U.S. product attorneys, as well as business, risk, compliance, and audit partners; Management and oversight of external legal counsel in multiple non-U.S. jurisdictions; Review and interpretation of new/revised laws, regulations, rules and interpretations relating to wealth management products, licensing/registration and other country-specific matters. Provides general legal counsel to AMGs investment management business as well as specific advice on products services and certain legal actions. Reviews legal contracts and documents. Directly or through staff conducts legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor or equivalent law degree. Should admitted to any United States bar in good standing. Should have 6 years of experience since admission to the Bar. Prior experience with a major law firm and/or in-house legal department at a financial services company is required. Must have 4-10 years experience advising on international and cross-border legal/regulatory matters and U.S. securities laws and regulations related to the financial services industry (securities brokerage/investment advisory/private banking). Should have excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and meticulous attention to detail. Spanish proficiency -- written and spoken preferred. Must have ability both to collaborate and partner in a team-oriented environment and to navigate and coordinate across the Legal Department to identify necessary expertise.
Legal 6 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-22

Family/Attorney/In House/Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles CA Contract Attorney - Family Law The candidate will be responsible for all filing fees. Any additional pleadings should be billed directly to the client/member at a rate of $50 per document. The Court appearance fee (which is paid by client/member) will be quoted based upon approximate travel time for the attorney: 00 15 minutes = $250 per appearance 15 30 minutes = $300 per appearance 30 60 minutes = $375 per appearance 60 90 minutes = $450 per appearance 90 minutes or more = to be negotiated at the time of case acceptance Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-22

Real Estate/Attorney/In House/Des Plaines, Illinois

Des Plaines IL Site Acquisition and Zoning Specialist Candidate will be responsible for performing all aspects of the Site Acquisition process from site. Coordinate with RF Engineering and Construction personnel and others daily to ensure timely and accurate completion of required tasks, while reporting progress to the Project Manager on a regularly defined basis. Completion of site candidate identification packages and/or lease and zoning audits. Report on viable locations for sites to ensure entitlements are possible. Coordinate site walks, A&E site design walks and other site/field visits with RF Engineering, Zoning, Construction. Negotiation of Lease, Amendment, License, Right-of-Way and/or Easement Agreements with property owners. Completion of leasing packages and other documentation required by the client. Assist in preparation and monitoring of individual site budgets and schedules. Coordinate with land owner and client during the lease negotiation process to obtain fully executed lease or option agreement. Researching and obtaining information regarding all applicable planning, zoning codes, and regulations which would affect the development of a site. Maintaining complete documentation related to all planning procedures, communications regarding the sites, and actions taken on each site assigned. Preparing and ensuring completeness of all necessary zoning applications and supporting documentation including written site description, justification for site, plans and sketches, maps, and photo simulations. Organizing and conducting presentations for neighborhood meetings or public hearings as required by local jurisdictions or as requested by respective property owner(s). Attend project and deployment meetings as directed by Site Acquisition Manager. Coordinate with other managers, consultants and contractors on project to ensure quality performance. Daily interaction with the RF Engineering and Construction personnel to ensure compliance with all client, landlord, jurisdictional, governmental and industry standards. Accurate daily and weekly reporting to the Project Manager and/or client, as required. Project accurate lease dates and attend status meetings. Complete all site file documentation.

Candidate with a Bachelor's or Associates degree is preferred. Masters degree or J.D. degree is a plus. Up to 1 year of wireless site acquisition experience performing new build and modification work is required. A solid understanding of the real estate laws, terms, definitions and legal documents necessary to secure a client's real property interests for the purposes of installing a Communication Facility is required. Experience working with local zoning jurisdictions is preferred. Prior local market experience is preferred. Should be proficient in Microsoft Office.
Legal 0 - 1 Full-time 2014-10-22

Corporate/Attorney/In House/Arlington, Virginia

Arlington VA Intelligence Analyst - Counterterrorism Candidate will conduct open source and classified research to produce and disseminate a broad array of intelligence products dealing with terrorist personalities, to include finished intelligence, operational support, and database warehousing. Facilitate collaboration and outreach with partner USIC organizations through existing relationships to advance research and analytical objectives to achieve Program goals. Execute object-based network analysis to monitor and anticipate the evolution and migration of tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP) across regions and groups, provide intelligence forecasts, and aggregate and array intelligence data in visualization platforms. Deliver oral presentations that convey facts, hypotheses, assessments, and estimates to a variety of DoD and USIC stakeholders.

Candidate should have a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university or college in the Social Sciences, preferably International Studies, Political Science, National Security Studies, or another relevant field. A Master's Degree, J.D., or similarly relevant advanced degree is preferred. 8+ years of experience in All-Source and/or Counterterrorism (CT) analysis, which may be a combination of private sector, civil service, or military is required. Active TS/SCI w/CI polygraph is required. Foreign language (written and spoken) proficiency, especially in Arabic, Farsi, Pashtu, Dari, or other Middle Eastern or South Asian languages are preferred. Extensive knowledge of DoD analytic tradecraft, standards, methodology and tools to include Palantir and CTKB is required. Strong understanding of SIGINT, GEOINT, and HUMINT platforms and systems, as well as the effective fusion of the reporting streams to rapidly derive relevant conclusions is needed. Demonstrate direct and current knowledge of the Counterterrorism mission, structure, and key intelligence programs of the USIC is essential. Special expertise, such as area or country specialization, cultural expertise, or emerging science and technology research is desired. SOCOM, DCTC, CTC or NCTC experience is desired. Experience as an instructor and in certifying an analytic course is preferred.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-22

Tax/Attorney/In House/New York City, New York

New York City NY Manager, ERP Implementation Manager Indirect Tax And Direct Tax Duties: Will manage day-to-day interactions with executive clients and sponsors. Manage and deliver components of client engagements that identify, design, and implement technology and creative business solutions for large companies. Responsibilities include, among others, managing teams in the identification of business requirements, functional design, process design (including scenario design, flow mapping), prototyping, testing, training, defining support procedures. Perform role of counselor and coach; provide input and guidance into the staffing process; actively participate in staff recruitment and retention activities; provide leadership and support for delivery teams and staff in local offices. Develop and maintain contact with top decision makers at key clients; organize and lead pursuit teams; participate and lead aspects of the proposal development process; contribute to the development of proposal pricing strategies.

Qualification Requirements: A Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or other business related field. Advanced degree such as MST, J.D. or LL.M. preferred. CPA a plus. 4-8 years of corporate tax experience (income tax compliance, FAS109, reporting, transaction tax compliance, etc.). Experience with a Big 4 firm or large corporate tax department of a multinational company is preferred. Strong interest in and aptitude for technology. Experience with tax technology applications required. Experience in ERP system implementations preferred. Demonstrated leadership, problem solving, research skills, and strong verbal and written communication skills. Excellent project management and presentation skills. Strong academic credentials. Ability to prioritize tasks, work on multiple assignments, and manage ambiguity. Ability to work both independently and lead a team of professionals. Ability to travel to client locations nationally as required.
Legal 4 - 8 Full-time 2014-10-22

Criminal,Litigation/Attorney/In House/Timonium, Maryland

Timonium MD Financial Crimes Manager 4 Duties: Reports to the Director of the Financial Crimes Risk Management (FCRM) Governance Office. Supporting the Director of the FCRM Governance Office in the management and oversight of enterprise BSA/AML/Sanctions Financial Crimes Programs. Work with the Financial Crimes Risk Management team, the Group BSA Managers, Regulatory Compliance, International Risk Oversight, Audit Services, the Legal Division, senior management and the lines of business to provide oversight of enterprise financial crimes requirements. Oversees policy development and implementation, authors the annual Global Financial Crimes Program Document, monitors and advises on the implementation of new financial crimes related regulations; reviews and monitors financial crimes risk assessments; monitors compliance testing as well as internal and regulatory audits; reviews and monitors financial crimes related corrective actions and provides guidance and advice to the lines of business as to the applicability of enterprise financial crimes policy requirements. Evaluation of the adequacy and effectiveness of policies, procedures, processes, initiatives, and internal controls of financial crimes programs. Work with the FCRM Chief Administrative Office. Specific responsibilities will also include directing the FCRM Policy Management function which owns and maintains all BSA/AML/Sanction Financial Crimes related policies; supporting the Global FIU; supporting projects such as the Enterprise View of Customer, FinCEN Beneficial Ownership requirements; and Non-US AML Country Program Initiative. Provide leadership in key committees including the BSA/AML (Financial Crime) Risk Committee, BSA Council, and Regulatory Issues Committee.

Qualifications: Professional certification (ACAMS). Audit experience. J.D. / MBA degree. 10+ years of experience in fraud, BSA/AML, investigations of financial crimes transactions or policy violations, risk management or compliance and 5+ years management experience. Strong knowledge of BSA/AML/ Sanctions regulations and requirements. Proven ability to interpret applicable global and local regulations and regulatory expectations and guidelines. Ability to synthesize large amounts of project status information to identify key risks, customer impact, financial implications, delays that could impact delivery, issues that pose material risk to the project, program or business. Proven and demonstrated leadership skills including, relationship building, and collaboration skills with clear ability to influence, gain buy-in, and negotiate with a diverse group of business partners/stakeholders and project teams, including senior management. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; including experience presenting to senior management and the ability to articulate issues, risks, and proposed solutions to various levels of management.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-22

Criminal,Litigation/Attorney/In House/Takoma Park, Maryland

Takoma Park MD Financial Crimes Manager 4 Duties: Reports to the Director of the Financial Crimes Risk Management (FCRM) Governance Office. Supporting the Director of the FCRM Governance Office in the management and oversight of enterprise BSA/AML/Sanctions Financial Crimes Programs. Work with the Financial Crimes Risk Management team, the Group BSA Managers, Regulatory Compliance, International Risk Oversight, Audit Services, the Legal Division, senior management and the lines of business to provide oversight of enterprise financial crimes requirements. Oversees policy development and implementation, authors the annual Global Financial Crimes Program Document, monitors and advises on the implementation of new financial crimes related regulations; reviews and monitors financial crimes risk assessments; monitors compliance testing as well as internal and regulatory audits; reviews and monitors financial crimes related corrective actions and provides guidance and advice to the lines of business as to the applicability of enterprise financial crimes policy requirements. Evaluation of the adequacy and effectiveness of policies, procedures, processes, initiatives, and internal controls of financial crimes programs. Work with the FCRM Chief Administrative Office. Specific responsibilities will also include directing the FCRM Policy Management function which owns and maintains all BSA/AML/Sanction Financial Crimes related policies; supporting the Global FIU; supporting projects such as the Enterprise View of Customer, FinCEN Beneficial Ownership requirements; and Non-US AML Country Program Initiative. Provide leadership in key committees including the BSA/AML (Financial Crime) Risk Committee, BSA Council, and Regulatory Issues Committee.

Qualifications: Professional certification (ACAMS). Audit experience. J.D. / MBA degree. 10+ years of experience in fraud, BSA/AML, investigations of financial crimes transactions or policy violations, risk management or compliance and 5+ years management experience. Strong knowledge of BSA/AML/ Sanctions regulations and requirements. Proven ability to interpret applicable global and local regulations and regulatory expectations and guidelines. Ability to synthesize large amounts of project status information to identify key risks, customer impact, financial implications, delays that could impact delivery, issues that pose material risk to the project, program or business. Proven and demonstrated leadership skills including, relationship building, and collaboration skills with clear ability to influence, gain buy-in, and negotiate with a diverse group of business partners/stakeholders and project teams, including senior management. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; including experience presenting to senior management and the ability to articulate issues, risks, and proposed solutions to various levels of management.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2014-10-22
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ERISA/Employee Benefits/Attorney/In House/Atlanta, Georgia
Refer job# MZHK69750
 
Attorney, Retirement Consulting Candidate will focus on retirement plan issues. May be called on to address postretirement health and welfare plan issues as well. Draft and review plan documents, SPDs, and other communications; Government filings; Fiduciary responsibilities and plan governance. Work directly with clients on most issues and should expect to work with client contacts at a number of levels, including senior leaders in HR like the VPHR and with clients' internal or external legal counsel like the internal benefits counsel, the general counsel, or a senior partner at a major law firm. Provide technical support to other consultants like actuaries and plan administration consultants.

Candidate should have a Law degree from an accredited law school and be an active member in good standing of a State Bar. 5-10 years of experience focusing primarily on employee benefits is required. Broad experience addressing issues related to both DC and DB retirement plans is needed.
 
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Banking/Attorney/In House/Boston, Massachusetts
Refer job# UNQN69751
 
Attorney - Global Wealth Management International The candidate will provide product-related cross-border legal support to its Global Wealth and Investment Management ( GWIM ) business units, including Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, servicing non-U.S. client markets. Duties: Timely delivery of thorough, impactful advice and effective solutions to address complex issues and problems of an international or cross-border nature, including advice related to new and existing GWIM products/services and client-specific transactions, and preparation of reports/analyses of the same to management; Drafting and revising of interpretation/advice memoranda and country-specific policies and procedures related to the cross-border offer and sale of wealth management products and services, including investment advisory programs, mutual funds, alternative investments, market-linked securities, derivatives and banking products (credit and deposit); Close partnership with other in-house legal colleagues, including GWIM U.S. product attorneys, as well as business, risk, compliance, and audit partners; Management and oversight of external legal counsel in multiple non-U.S. jurisdictions; Review and interpretation of new/revised laws, regulations, rules and interpretations relating to wealth management products, licensing/registration and other country-specific matters. Provides general legal counsel to AMGs investment management business as well as specific advice on products services and certain legal actions. Reviews legal contracts and documents. Directly or through staff conducts legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor or equivalent law degree. Should admitted to any United States bar in good standing. Should have 6 years of experience since admission to the Bar. Prior experience with a major law firm and/or in-house legal department at a financial services company is required. Must have 4-10 years experience advising on international and cross-border legal/regulatory matters and U.S. securities laws and regulations related to the financial services industry (securities brokerage/investment advisory/private banking). Should have excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and meticulous attention to detail. Spanish proficiency -- written and spoken preferred. Must have ability both to collaborate and partner in a team-oriented environment and to navigate and coordinate across the Legal Department to identify necessary expertise.
 
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Banking/Attorney/In House/Charlotte, North Carolina
Refer job# WPZP69752
 
Attorney - Global Wealth Management International The candidate will provide product-related cross-border legal support to its Global Wealth and Investment Management ( GWIM ) business units, including Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, servicing non-U.S. client markets. Duties: Timely delivery of thorough, impactful advice and effective solutions to address complex issues and problems of an international or cross-border nature, including advice related to new and existing GWIM products/services and client-specific transactions, and preparation of reports/analyses of the same to management; Drafting and revising of interpretation/advice memoranda and country-specific policies and procedures related to the cross-border offer and sale of wealth management products and services, including investment advisory programs, mutual funds, alternative investments, market-linked securities, derivatives and banking products (credit and deposit); Close partnership with other in-house legal colleagues, including GWIM U.S. product attorneys, as well as business, risk, compliance, and audit partners; Management and oversight of external legal counsel in multiple non-U.S. jurisdictions; Review and interpretation of new/revised laws, regulations, rules and interpretations relating to wealth management products, licensing/registration and other country-specific matters. Provides general legal counsel to AMGs investment management business as well as specific advice on products services and certain legal actions. Reviews legal contracts and documents. Directly or through staff conducts legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor or equivalent law degree. Should admitted to any United States bar in good standing. Should have 6 years of experience since admission to the Bar. Prior experience with a major law firm and/or in-house legal department at a financial services company is required. Must have 4-10 years experience advising on international and cross-border legal/regulatory matters and U.S. securities laws and regulations related to the financial services industry (securities brokerage/investment advisory/private banking). Should have excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and meticulous attention to detail. Spanish proficiency -- written and spoken preferred. Must have ability both to collaborate and partner in a team-oriented environment and to navigate and coordinate across the Legal Department to identify necessary expertise.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Corporate/Attorney/In House/New York City, New York
Refer job# RSEU69753
 
Attorney - Global Wealth Management International The candidate will provide product-related cross-border legal support to its Global Wealth and Investment Management ( GWIM ) business units, including Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, servicing non-U.S. client markets. Duties: Timely delivery of thorough, impactful advice and effective solutions to address complex issues and problems of an international or cross-border nature, including advice related to new and existing GWIM products/services and client-specific transactions, and preparation of reports/analyses of the same to management; Drafting and revising of interpretation/advice memoranda and country-specific policies and procedures related to the cross-border offer and sale of wealth management products and services, including investment advisory programs, mutual funds, alternative investments, market-linked securities, derivatives and banking products (credit and deposit); Close partnership with other in-house legal colleagues, including GWIM U.S. product attorneys, as well as business, risk, compliance, and audit partners; Management and oversight of external legal counsel in multiple non-U.S. jurisdictions; Review and interpretation of new/revised laws, regulations, rules and interpretations relating to wealth management products, licensing/registration and other country-specific matters. Provides general legal counsel to AMGs investment management business as well as specific advice on products services and certain legal actions. Reviews legal contracts and documents. Directly or through staff conducts legal research. May represent the bank in legal actions.

The candidate should have Juris Doctor or equivalent law degree. Should admitted to any United States bar in good standing. Should have 6 years of experience since admission to the Bar. Prior experience with a major law firm and/or in-house legal department at a financial services company is required. Must have 4-10 years experience advising on international and cross-border legal/regulatory matters and U.S. securities laws and regulations related to the financial services industry (securities brokerage/investment advisory/private banking). Should have excellent communication skills, both written and oral, and meticulous attention to detail. Spanish proficiency -- written and spoken preferred. Must have ability both to collaborate and partner in a team-oriented environment and to navigate and coordinate across the Legal Department to identify necessary expertise.
 
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Family/Attorney/In House/Los Angeles, California
Refer job# PQEJ69754
 
Contract Attorney - Family Law The candidate will be responsible for all filing fees. Any additional pleadings should be billed directly to the client/member at a rate of $50 per document. The Court appearance fee (which is paid by client/member) will be quoted based upon approximate travel time for the attorney: 00 15 minutes = $250 per appearance 15 30 minutes = $300 per appearance 30 60 minutes = $375 per appearance 60 90 minutes = $450 per appearance 90 minutes or more = to be negotiated at the time of case acceptance
 
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Real Estate/Attorney/In House/Des Plaines, Illinois
Refer job# CTBT69755
 
Site Acquisition and Zoning Specialist Candidate will be responsible for performing all aspects of the Site Acquisition process from site. Coordinate with RF Engineering and Construction personnel and others daily to ensure timely and accurate completion of required tasks, while reporting progress to the Project Manager on a regularly defined basis. Completion of site candidate identification packages and/or lease and zoning audits. Report on viable locations for sites to ensure entitlements are possible. Coordinate site walks, A&E site design walks and other site/field visits with RF Engineering, Zoning, Construction. Negotiation of Lease, Amendment, License, Right-of-Way and/or Easement Agreements with property owners. Completion of leasing packages and other documentation required by the client. Assist in preparation and monitoring of individual site budgets and schedules. Coordinate with land owner and client during the lease negotiation process to obtain fully executed lease or option agreement. Researching and obtaining information regarding all applicable planning, zoning codes, and regulations which would affect the development of a site. Maintaining complete documentation related to all planning procedures, communications regarding the sites, and actions taken on each site assigned. Preparing and ensuring completeness of all necessary zoning applications and supporting documentation including written site description, justification for site, plans and sketches, maps, and photo simulations. Organizing and conducting presentations for neighborhood meetings or public hearings as required by local jurisdictions or as requested by respective property owner(s). Attend project and deployment meetings as directed by Site Acquisition Manager. Coordinate with other managers, consultants and contractors on project to ensure quality performance. Daily interaction with the RF Engineering and Construction personnel to ensure compliance with all client, landlord, jurisdictional, governmental and industry standards. Accurate daily and weekly reporting to the Project Manager and/or client, as required. Project accurate lease dates and attend status meetings. Complete all site file documentation.

Candidate with a Bachelor's or Associates degree is preferred. Masters degree or J.D. degree is a plus. Up to 1 year of wireless site acquisition experience performing new build and modification work is required. A solid understanding of the real estate laws, terms, definitions and legal documents necessary to secure a client's real property interests for the purposes of installing a Communication Facility is required. Experience working with local zoning jurisdictions is preferred. Prior local market experience is preferred. Should be proficient in Microsoft Office.
 
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Corporate/Attorney/In House/Arlington, Virginia
Refer job# EQPV69756
 
Intelligence Analyst - Counterterrorism Candidate will conduct open source and classified research to produce and disseminate a broad array of intelligence products dealing with terrorist personalities, to include finished intelligence, operational support, and database warehousing. Facilitate collaboration and outreach with partner USIC organizations through existing relationships to advance research and analytical objectives to achieve Program goals. Execute object-based network analysis to monitor and anticipate the evolution and migration of tactics, techniques and procedures (TTP) across regions and groups, provide intelligence forecasts, and aggregate and array intelligence data in visualization platforms. Deliver oral presentations that convey facts, hypotheses, assessments, and estimates to a variety of DoD and USIC stakeholders.

Candidate should have a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university or college in the Social Sciences, preferably International Studies, Political Science, National Security Studies, or another relevant field. A Master's Degree, J.D., or similarly relevant advanced degree is preferred. 8+ years of experience in All-Source and/or Counterterrorism (CT) analysis, which may be a combination of private sector, civil service, or military is required. Active TS/SCI w/CI polygraph is required. Foreign language (written and spoken) proficiency, especially in Arabic, Farsi, Pashtu, Dari, or other Middle Eastern or South Asian languages are preferred. Extensive knowledge of DoD analytic tradecraft, standards, methodology and tools to include Palantir and CTKB is required. Strong understanding of SIGINT, GEOINT, and HUMINT platforms and systems, as well as the effective fusion of the reporting streams to rapidly derive relevant conclusions is needed. Demonstrate direct and current knowledge of the Counterterrorism mission, structure, and key intelligence programs of the USIC is essential. Special expertise, such as area or country specialization, cultural expertise, or emerging science and technology research is desired. SOCOM, DCTC, CTC or NCTC experience is desired. Experience as an instructor and in certifying an analytic course is preferred.
 
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Tax/Attorney/In House/New York City, New York
Refer job# OQQA69757
 
Manager, ERP Implementation Manager Indirect Tax And Direct Tax Duties: Will manage day-to-day interactions with executive clients and sponsors. Manage and deliver components of client engagements that identify, design, and implement technology and creative business solutions for large companies. Responsibilities include, among others, managing teams in the identification of business requirements, functional design, process design (including scenario design, flow mapping), prototyping, testing, training, defining support procedures. Perform role of counselor and coach; provide input and guidance into the staffing process; actively participate in staff recruitment and retention activities; provide leadership and support for delivery teams and staff in local offices. Develop and maintain contact with top decision makers at key clients; organize and lead pursuit teams; participate and lead aspects of the proposal development process; contribute to the development of proposal pricing strategies.

Qualification Requirements: A Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or other business related field. Advanced degree such as MST, J.D. or LL.M. preferred. CPA a plus. 4-8 years of corporate tax experience (income tax compliance, FAS109, reporting, transaction tax compliance, etc.). Experience with a Big 4 firm or large corporate tax department of a multinational company is preferred. Strong interest in and aptitude for technology. Experience with tax technology applications required. Experience in ERP system implementations preferred. Demonstrated leadership, problem solving, research skills, and strong verbal and written communication skills. Excellent project management and presentation skills. Strong academic credentials. Ability to prioritize tasks, work on multiple assignments, and manage ambiguity. Ability to work both independently and lead a team of professionals. Ability to travel to client locations nationally as required.
 
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Criminal,Litigation/Attorney/In House/Timonium, Maryland
Refer job# QXLL69758
 
Financial Crimes Manager 4 Duties: Reports to the Director of the Financial Crimes Risk Management (FCRM) Governance Office. Supporting the Director of the FCRM Governance Office in the management and oversight of enterprise BSA/AML/Sanctions Financial Crimes Programs. Work with the Financial Crimes Risk Management team, the Group BSA Managers, Regulatory Compliance, International Risk Oversight, Audit Services, the Legal Division, senior management and the lines of business to provide oversight of enterprise financial crimes requirements. Oversees policy development and implementation, authors the annual Global Financial Crimes Program Document, monitors and advises on the implementation of new financial crimes related regulations; reviews and monitors financial crimes risk assessments; monitors compliance testing as well as internal and regulatory audits; reviews and monitors financial crimes related corrective actions and provides guidance and advice to the lines of business as to the applicability of enterprise financial crimes policy requirements. Evaluation of the adequacy and effectiveness of policies, procedures, processes, initiatives, and internal controls of financial crimes programs. Work with the FCRM Chief Administrative Office. Specific responsibilities will also include directing the FCRM Policy Management function which owns and maintains all BSA/AML/Sanction Financial Crimes related policies; supporting the Global FIU; supporting projects such as the Enterprise View of Customer, FinCEN Beneficial Ownership requirements; and Non-US AML Country Program Initiative. Provide leadership in key committees including the BSA/AML (Financial Crime) Risk Committee, BSA Council, and Regulatory Issues Committee.

Qualifications: Professional certification (ACAMS). Audit experience. J.D. / MBA degree. 10+ years of experience in fraud, BSA/AML, investigations of financial crimes transactions or policy violations, risk management or compliance and 5+ years management experience. Strong knowledge of BSA/AML/ Sanctions regulations and requirements. Proven ability to interpret applicable global and local regulations and regulatory expectations and guidelines. Ability to synthesize large amounts of project status information to identify key risks, customer impact, financial implications, delays that could impact delivery, issues that pose material risk to the project, program or business. Proven and demonstrated leadership skills including, relationship building, and collaboration skills with clear ability to influence, gain buy-in, and negotiate with a diverse group of business partners/stakeholders and project teams, including senior management. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; including experience presenting to senior management and the ability to articulate issues, risks, and proposed solutions to various levels of management.
 
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Criminal,Litigation/Attorney/In House/Takoma Park, Maryland
Refer job# LBYI69759
 
Financial Crimes Manager 4 Duties: Reports to the Director of the Financial Crimes Risk Management (FCRM) Governance Office. Supporting the Director of the FCRM Governance Office in the management and oversight of enterprise BSA/AML/Sanctions Financial Crimes Programs. Work with the Financial Crimes Risk Management team, the Group BSA Managers, Regulatory Compliance, International Risk Oversight, Audit Services, the Legal Division, senior management and the lines of business to provide oversight of enterprise financial crimes requirements. Oversees policy development and implementation, authors the annual Global Financial Crimes Program Document, monitors and advises on the implementation of new financial crimes related regulations; reviews and monitors financial crimes risk assessments; monitors compliance testing as well as internal and regulatory audits; reviews and monitors financial crimes related corrective actions and provides guidance and advice to the lines of business as to the applicability of enterprise financial crimes policy requirements. Evaluation of the adequacy and effectiveness of policies, procedures, processes, initiatives, and internal controls of financial crimes programs. Work with the FCRM Chief Administrative Office. Specific responsibilities will also include directing the FCRM Policy Management function which owns and maintains all BSA/AML/Sanction Financial Crimes related policies; supporting the Global FIU; supporting projects such as the Enterprise View of Customer, FinCEN Beneficial Ownership requirements; and Non-US AML Country Program Initiative. Provide leadership in key committees including the BSA/AML (Financial Crime) Risk Committee, BSA Council, and Regulatory Issues Committee.

Qualifications: Professional certification (ACAMS). Audit experience. J.D. / MBA degree. 10+ years of experience in fraud, BSA/AML, investigations of financial crimes transactions or policy violations, risk management or compliance and 5+ years management experience. Strong knowledge of BSA/AML/ Sanctions regulations and requirements. Proven ability to interpret applicable global and local regulations and regulatory expectations and guidelines. Ability to synthesize large amounts of project status information to identify key risks, customer impact, financial implications, delays that could impact delivery, issues that pose material risk to the project, program or business. Proven and demonstrated leadership skills including, relationship building, and collaboration skills with clear ability to influence, gain buy-in, and negotiate with a diverse group of business partners/stakeholders and project teams, including senior management. Excellent verbal and written communication skills; including experience presenting to senior management and the ability to articulate issues, risks, and proposed solutions to various levels of management.
 
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