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

New York City NY Investment Management Duties: Work with engagement teams and Partners/ Principals/ Directors to provide management of federal tax projects through ultimate delivery to the client. Leading multiple client engagements through effective leverage to teams in different offices in the U.S. and India, managing one or more practice-wide or organization-wide initiatives, and providing strategic thought leadership. Work with Partners/Principals/Directors and support them in their role to identify new opportunities in the marketplace, to manage client accounts and project economics, and to lead on-going innovation and strategic initiatives. Expected to have proven, extensive project management and leadership skills and have developed their reputation in a particular industry or service offering. Responsible for the development and motivation of engagement staff and managers. Provide leadership, counseling, and career guidance, and are expected to address issues related to work/life fit and retention of their engagement teams.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or other business-related field required; advanced degree preferred (e.g., MST or JD). CPA, enrolled agent, or other appropriate certification required. 8+ years federal tax experience required; partnership tax experience preferred. Big 4 experience or comparable a plus. Strong research and communication skills (both written and oral). Strong executive presence and ability to participate in strategic planning initiatives. Highly disciplined and comfortable in a fast-paced environment.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-12-19

Corporate/Attorney/In House/Jacksonville, Florida

Jacksonville FL Records Management Officer Duties: Provides leadership, direction, management and primary responsibility for the Company's records and information management (RIM) program. Serves as an advisor on issues concerning records management across all business lines and Bank locations. Lead and implement a records management strategy designed to meet the Company's policies, business goals, compliance obligations and the RIM program objectives. Project management and leadership skills with the ability to communicate goals and activities while seeing projects through to completion. Ensures the company is protected and acting in accordance with the Company's Records Management Policy and legal requirements. Work with attorneys, external firms, compliance, quality control, lines of business, and end user community to ensure proficiency, consistency and a high level of utilization of the integrated software applications. Anticipates stakeholder needs, monitors industry related technology and electronic document management trends, and leads the platform and systems strategy for the Company and enterprise stakeholders. Work across the enterprise to implement records management training programs and corporate record retention schedules, and administer records retention and disposal calendars for the organization. Maintaining records inventories, partnering with Information Technology ( IT ), Enterprise Vendor Management and various business areas to ensure compliance with the Records Management Policy and legal requirements. Utilizes proven project management processes and methodologies to deliver assigned projects on time and within budget and ensures compliance with regulatory, accounting and audit standards. Develop and communicate the strategic vision and direction for corporate document retention and destruction policies for both paper and electronic records. Work with partners in Compliance, Enterprise Risk Management, Enterprise Quality Control, Internal Audit and Business Units to ensure that records management policies and procedures are well understood and followed. Serve as day-to-day contact for enterprise in responding to questions related to records retention and other areas of expertise. Develop, maintain and update corporate retention and destruction schedules for all corporate records; develop RIM policies, processes and tools; maintain and update RIM SharePoint site. Work with partners throughout the enterprise to provide direction on issues which impact records management policies and procedures. Advise and consult on the effective implementation of document management systems, content management systems, knowledge management systems, imaging systems, records and file management applications, and other technologies for the storage and retention of company records to ensure that records retention and information governance requirements are incorporated in the system design. Recommend systematic technology solutions for automating lifecycle management of electronically stored information. Work with IT to develop and implement appropriate procedures for managing electronically stored records. Establish relationships with business units to ensure RIM compliance and identify areas in need of enhancement. Advise on operational and compliance responsibilities relating to the lifecycle management of corporate records regardless of media or format and develop and implement effective training for employees on records management matters. Continually evaluate the RIM program, benchmark external developments and industry best practices. Stay informed of state, local and federal laws affecting records retention. Assist with the retrieval of records, as appropriate, to meet legal requests for documentation, records or information; partner with litigation attorneys, IT and others to create and maintain automated legal hold and collection processes. Direct the operation of on-site and off-site physical records storage to comply with corporate retention policies; manage facility usage, inventories and budget, including contracts and relationships with storage vendors. Direct the transfer, storage retention and destruction of discontinued operations records in compliance with RIM policies. Ensure policies, procedures and protocols for the RIM program are well documented, tested, communicated and refined as operating business model and practices change. Review legal industry and trade association updates for best practices and emerging applications and methodologies.

Qualifications: Bachelor degree required; J.D. Degree preferred. 10+ years of progressive records management experience working in a large corporation (Financial Services/Banking Services preferred) with a sophisticated records management program or similar setting required. Experience directly overseeing a RIM program required. Demonstrated experience in leading and completing RIM projects. Demonstrated experience facilitating cross-functional teams across lines of businesses and business units. Past experience implementing tools and systems to manage corporate records and information, including syst.ems to automate the governance of company information. Certification as a records manager (CRM) through the American Records Management Association (ARMA) preferred. Experience in Six Sigma or Lean preferred. Project Management certification preferred. Proficient with MS Office, MS Access, MS Project, MS SharePoint and web-based applications. Demonstrated project leadership experience, system support and training. Knowledge of laws and regulations applicable to the various record types created and maintained in a corporate setting, and the ability to research updates to such laws and regulations. A strong understanding of technology as it relates to records and information management, including systems for creating, storing and organizing electronic information and software, and RIM database management tools and related technologies. Proficiency with electronic records databases, including archival and back-up mediums and other business systems. Highly developed verbal and written communication skills, including excellent presentation and persuasive skills necessary to effectuate change across the organization and to foster a culture of commitment to high-quality records management. Self-motivated with the ability to work independently and drive projects through completion. Ability to build effective relationships with all functions and levels in the organization. Ability to effectively facilitate a cross-functional team to achieve common goals. Must have the ability to lead projects with great level of confidence while always demonstrating diplomacy, courtesy and respect. Ability to navigate between the big picture and the details, and readily adapt to changing business conditions and requests. Ability to work accurately and efficiently under time pressure, including the ability to formulate solutions to non-routine problems. Must have proven project management skills, including the ability to organize, motivate and ensure completion of deliverables by team members from various functional areas in the company. Must have the scheduling flexibility to meet the needs of the business, and willingness to work non-traditional hours.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2014-12-19

Trust and Estates/Attorney/In House/Miami, Florida

Miami FL Trust Relationship Manager Duties: Provide support to a team of Wealth Planners selling trust and other fiduciary structures (trusts and investment holding vehicles) and solutions to ultra high net worth clients of Bank and ancillary business channels. Liaise with Finance and provide regional business development analyses/reports (e.g. client penetration, product penetration, banker utilization, etc.) for the purposes of identifying potential prospects. Manage the team pipeline which includes the identification of prospects, status updates and reporting. Review new business reports for accuracy and tracking metrics for Scorecard input. Handle non-complex sales (previously vetted by a Wealth Planner). Attend client meetings as required to facilitate on-boarding of new business (e.g. document signing, collection and verification of IDs and addresses etc.). Pre-screen new business packages for completeness of documentation and any required approvals from control partners in Risk, Tax and / or Legal; follow-up with Bankers/Wealth Planners for outstanding documents, etc. Liaise with the International New Business team as required to ensure the seamless and efficient acceptance and set-up of new business and the assignment of the relationship to the Trust Center for ongoing administration. Assist the Trust Centers with the resolution of trust administration issues for existing clients. Manage the annual client structure review process for the regional team including the assignment of relationships, tracking of completion, and providing any necessary reporting. Handle Banker inquiries as required. Project management of regional initiatives (e.g. any product conversions). Maintain a general understanding of all products related to Wealth Planning specialty. Coordinate the launch of new products for the region as may be required. Understand and keep abreast of changes in legislation in order to ascertain how such laws affect tax efficient fiduciary structures established for our clients; be informed and able to discuss current and historical legal/tax environment in the relevant countries within the region.

Qualifications: Bachelors degree (law degree preferable); STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Professionals) qualifications are an asset. Must have 5-7 years trust and fiduciary industry experience. Excellent knowledge of Trust products and services an asset. Ability to identify potential risk issues and solutions and to communicate these effectively to team colleagues. Relationship management skills including the ability to work with partners remotely. Excellent time management, organizational and administrative skills. Strong analytical and creative problem-solving skills. Strong oral and written skills. Multilingual Spanish / English language skills required.
Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2014-12-19

Corporate/Counsel/In House/Duluth, Georgia

Duluth GA Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide contract and transaction analysis on job and account specific matters, advising on contract and bond provisions, negotiating terms, and drafting documents to support the business needs. Facilitate indemnity packages by assisting in negotiation and drafting indemnity agreements and related documents, while counseling on related indemnity questions. Facilitate LMS Legal Department's development of appropriate forms and account specific documents, and policy and procedures for their use, including indemnity agreements, international deeds of indemnity, subordination agreements, bonds forms, co-surety agreements and collateral agreements. Coordinate with LMS' General Counsel as well as other LMG legal resources to provide general corporate legal services to LMS as needed. Areas of general corporate legal support include compliance programs, corporate governance, litigation support, marketing materials, producer management, public affairs, reinsurance and underwriting limitations. Identify and inform surety business unit of legal developments and provide guidance on legal trends, statutory/regulatory developments and emerging risk issues. Prepare and deliver presentations/training sessions to LMS staff and industry organizations with respect to surety legal issues, and also stay abreast of developments in the law. Interact and collaborate with all levels of the underwriting and other surety operations units, accounts and their counsel, agents & brokers, co-surety partners, obliges and industry organizations.

Qualifications: Completion of Law School with law practice experience and/or transactional legal and/or surety claims experience (usually 8+ years) in handling surety or related matters. Comprehensive knowledge of surety, contract, and construction law. Strong aptitude for complex contract review and development. Exercises a high level of autonomy in handling assigned cases and transactional requests. Must be knowledgeable of private, state, and federal laws that are applicable to surety transactional matters. A full working knowledge of surety business operations and procedures as well as the ability to communicate effectively is required.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2014-12-19

Insurance/Counsel/In House/Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles CA Field Counsel-WC Duties: Represent the company and its policyholders in civil litigation and workers' compensation matters involving claims for money damages or compensation for personal injury or property damage of a moderate value with moderately complex legal issues. Use Litigation Protocols to develop and revise appropriate legal strategy for discovery, investigation, handling and trial/hearing of cases or matters. Conduct necessary and appropriate discovery, hearings, trials, depositions, oral arguments, mediations, arbitrations and similar proceedings. Research the law applicable to cases or matters; drafts legal documents, pleadings, motions, briefs and opinions as required. If requested, conduct settlement negotiations. Advise, communicate and confer with Claims Representatives and Insured Clients, rendering clear, unambiguous legal opinions and advice. Personally meet with, and maintain good relations and communications with Claims Representatives and Insured Clients as required. Remain current with developments in the law; understand medical, scientific, construction, products, engineering or similar issues and defenses involved with cases or matters. Prepare and conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims or other departments as required. Provide daily direction and guidance to junior attorneys. Understand and creatively use technology; apply technology to the process of law to improve quality and reduce cost. Act as a team or group leader for an assigned group within the office. Interface with Home Office Legal department.

Qualifications: Completion of law school with LLB or JD and admission to the Bar. Special license to practice before a particular board or federal court may be necessary. 1+ year experience as an attorney. A general knowledge of insurance law and specific understanding of the operations and requirements of insured clients, customers and the company. Ability to effectively communicate and persuade by written or spoken word is critical. Experience and ability appropriate to the level of cases or matters handled.
Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2014-12-19

Corporate/Attorney/In House/Santa Clara, California

Santa Clara CA Commercial Transactions Attorney Duties: Reviewing, drafting and negotiating commercial contracts, including customer contracts, channel / distribution agreements, master servicing agreements, supply agreements, licensing agreements, professional services agreements, non-disclosure agreements and product evaluation agreements, etc. Supporting the sales, business development, manufacturing, software and finance teams and other teams in complex commercial contracts. Identifying contractual risks and advising business teams on various legal issues and risks, business strategies and other issues. Maintaining and updating standard contract templates and related contract policies and procedures. Supporting business clients in negotiating commercial terms. Special projects as assigned.

Requirements: Licensed to practice law in California. Experience in commercial agreements, technology transactions and software licensing agreements is preferred. 2 ?? 4 years experience in a law firm and/or corporate legal department. Strong written and verbal communication skills, excellent analytical skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects with minimal supervision.
Legal 2 - 4 Full-time 2014-12-19

Government/Attorney/In House/Christine, Texas

Christine TX Regulatory Compliance Analyst Senior Staff Duties: Serve as a lead to support Supply Chain Contracts C-130, MMRO and IFG personnel in resolving complex supplier exceptions to contract terms and conditions. Lead the coordination of reviews with affected stake holders and support negotiations with subcontractors. Develop contract language and structure subcontracts to incentivize suppliers and ensure alignment with prime contract requirements. Participate in the development and publication of prime contract specific clauses. Lead the development of instructions on use of purchase order terms and conditions. Created and maintain policy, procedures and communication to improve format, clarity and quality of purchase order terms and conditions. Oversee the development of training on various topics including Government contracting, general terms and conditions, CorpDocs and Federal Acquisition Regulation and Federal agency clauses.

Qualifications: Law Degree. Desire experience in Federal procurement law and the Uniform Commercial Code. Proven ability to work independently and as a team member with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong communication (verbal, written and presentation) skills. Organizational and analytical skills; demonstrate sound judgment and tact; excellent problem analysis and problem solving skills. Proficient with MS Office products. Demonstrated ability to drive change and influence stakeholders at all levels. Demonstrated ability to lead and develop employees. Detailed knowledge of the CorpDocs. Detailed knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement. Ability to assess various contracting alternatives for compliance with the Federal regulations, prime contract requirements and corporate and company policies and procedures.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2014-12-19

Government/Attorney/In House/Corpus Christi, Texas

Corpus Christi TX Regulatory Compliance Analyst Senior Staff Duties: Serve as a lead to support Supply Chain Contracts C-130, MMRO and IFG personnel in resolving complex supplier exceptions to contract terms and conditions. Lead the coordination of reviews with affected stake holders and support negotiations with subcontractors. Develop contract language and structure subcontracts to incentivize suppliers and ensure alignment with prime contract requirements. Participate in the development and publication of prime contract specific clauses. Lead the development of instructions on use of purchase order terms and conditions. Created and maintain policy, procedures and communication to improve format, clarity and quality of purchase order terms and conditions. Oversee the development of training on various topics including Government contracting, general terms and conditions, CorpDocs and Federal Acquisition Regulation and Federal agency clauses.

Qualifications: Law Degree. Desire experience in Federal procurement law and the Uniform Commercial Code. Proven ability to work independently and as a team member with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong communication (verbal, written and presentation) skills. Organizational and analytical skills; demonstrate sound judgment and tact; excellent problem analysis and problem solving skills. Proficient with MS Office products. Demonstrated ability to drive change and influence stakeholders at all levels. Demonstrated ability to lead and develop employees. Detailed knowledge of the CorpDocs. Detailed knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement. Ability to assess various contracting alternatives for compliance with the Federal regulations, prime contract requirements and corporate and company policies and procedures.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2014-12-19

Government/Attorney/In House/Dallas, Texas

Dallas TX Regulatory Compliance Analyst Senior Staff Duties: Serve as a lead to support Supply Chain Contracts C-130, MMRO and IFG personnel in resolving complex supplier exceptions to contract terms and conditions. Lead the coordination of reviews with affected stake holders and support negotiations with subcontractors. Develop contract language and structure subcontracts to incentivize suppliers and ensure alignment with prime contract requirements. Participate in the development and publication of prime contract specific clauses. Lead the development of instructions on use of purchase order terms and conditions. Created and maintain policy, procedures and communication to improve format, clarity and quality of purchase order terms and conditions. Oversee the development of training on various topics including Government contracting, general terms and conditions, CorpDocs and Federal Acquisition Regulation and Federal agency clauses.

Qualifications: Law Degree. Desire experience in Federal procurement law and the Uniform Commercial Code. Proven ability to work independently and as a team member with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong communication (verbal, written and presentation) skills. Organizational and analytical skills; demonstrate sound judgment and tact; excellent problem analysis and problem solving skills. Proficient with MS Office products. Demonstrated ability to drive change and influence stakeholders at all levels. Demonstrated ability to lead and develop employees. Detailed knowledge of the CorpDocs. Detailed knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement. Ability to assess various contracting alternatives for compliance with the Federal regulations, prime contract requirements and corporate and company policies and procedures.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2014-12-19

Government/Attorney/In House/El Paso, Texas

El Paso TX Regulatory Compliance Analyst Senior Staff Duties: Serve as a lead to support Supply Chain Contracts C-130, MMRO and IFG personnel in resolving complex supplier exceptions to contract terms and conditions. Lead the coordination of reviews with affected stake holders and support negotiations with subcontractors. Develop contract language and structure subcontracts to incentivize suppliers and ensure alignment with prime contract requirements. Participate in the development and publication of prime contract specific clauses. Lead the development of instructions on use of purchase order terms and conditions. Created and maintain policy, procedures and communication to improve format, clarity and quality of purchase order terms and conditions. Oversee the development of training on various topics including Government contracting, general terms and conditions, CorpDocs and Federal Acquisition Regulation and Federal agency clauses.

Qualifications: Law Degree. Desire experience in Federal procurement law and the Uniform Commercial Code. Proven ability to work independently and as a team member with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong communication (verbal, written and presentation) skills. Organizational and analytical skills; demonstrate sound judgment and tact; excellent problem analysis and problem solving skills. Proficient with MS Office products. Demonstrated ability to drive change and influence stakeholders at all levels. Demonstrated ability to lead and develop employees. Detailed knowledge of the CorpDocs. Detailed knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement. Ability to assess various contracting alternatives for compliance with the Federal regulations, prime contract requirements and corporate and company policies and procedures.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2014-12-19
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Assistant General Counsel-Litigation
In-House,Confidential
Location : Charlottesville Virginia United States

Medical professional liability coverage provider seeking an Assistant General Counsel to assist in litigation matters on behalf of physicians in large academic medical group. This position will provide assistance and support to General Counsel, inclu... + read more

dec 15, 2014


Director - Contracts - Attorney
In-House,Confidential
Location : Ardsley New York United States

The Director ? Contracts is responsible for providing high quality advice to senior Legal Department lawyers, project teams, colleagues and senior management on the structure and strategy of commercial arrangements, and for drafting and negotiating c... + read more

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Corporate/Attorney/In House/New York City, New York
Refer job# EROX77163
 
Investment Management Duties: Work with engagement teams and Partners/ Principals/ Directors to provide management of federal tax projects through ultimate delivery to the client. Leading multiple client engagements through effective leverage to teams in different offices in the U.S. and India, managing one or more practice-wide or organization-wide initiatives, and providing strategic thought leadership. Work with Partners/Principals/Directors and support them in their role to identify new opportunities in the marketplace, to manage client accounts and project economics, and to lead on-going innovation and strategic initiatives. Expected to have proven, extensive project management and leadership skills and have developed their reputation in a particular industry or service offering. Responsible for the development and motivation of engagement staff and managers. Provide leadership, counseling, and career guidance, and are expected to address issues related to work/life fit and retention of their engagement teams.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or other business-related field required; advanced degree preferred (e.g., MST or JD). CPA, enrolled agent, or other appropriate certification required. 8+ years federal tax experience required; partnership tax experience preferred. Big 4 experience or comparable a plus. Strong research and communication skills (both written and oral). Strong executive presence and ability to participate in strategic planning initiatives. Highly disciplined and comfortable in a fast-paced environment.
 
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Corporate/Attorney/In House/Jacksonville, Florida
Refer job# HQZU77164
 
Records Management Officer Duties: Provides leadership, direction, management and primary responsibility for the Company's records and information management (RIM) program. Serves as an advisor on issues concerning records management across all business lines and Bank locations. Lead and implement a records management strategy designed to meet the Company's policies, business goals, compliance obligations and the RIM program objectives. Project management and leadership skills with the ability to communicate goals and activities while seeing projects through to completion. Ensures the company is protected and acting in accordance with the Company's Records Management Policy and legal requirements. Work with attorneys, external firms, compliance, quality control, lines of business, and end user community to ensure proficiency, consistency and a high level of utilization of the integrated software applications. Anticipates stakeholder needs, monitors industry related technology and electronic document management trends, and leads the platform and systems strategy for the Company and enterprise stakeholders. Work across the enterprise to implement records management training programs and corporate record retention schedules, and administer records retention and disposal calendars for the organization. Maintaining records inventories, partnering with Information Technology ( IT ), Enterprise Vendor Management and various business areas to ensure compliance with the Records Management Policy and legal requirements. Utilizes proven project management processes and methodologies to deliver assigned projects on time and within budget and ensures compliance with regulatory, accounting and audit standards. Develop and communicate the strategic vision and direction for corporate document retention and destruction policies for both paper and electronic records. Work with partners in Compliance, Enterprise Risk Management, Enterprise Quality Control, Internal Audit and Business Units to ensure that records management policies and procedures are well understood and followed. Serve as day-to-day contact for enterprise in responding to questions related to records retention and other areas of expertise. Develop, maintain and update corporate retention and destruction schedules for all corporate records; develop RIM policies, processes and tools; maintain and update RIM SharePoint site. Work with partners throughout the enterprise to provide direction on issues which impact records management policies and procedures. Advise and consult on the effective implementation of document management systems, content management systems, knowledge management systems, imaging systems, records and file management applications, and other technologies for the storage and retention of company records to ensure that records retention and information governance requirements are incorporated in the system design. Recommend systematic technology solutions for automating lifecycle management of electronically stored information. Work with IT to develop and implement appropriate procedures for managing electronically stored records. Establish relationships with business units to ensure RIM compliance and identify areas in need of enhancement. Advise on operational and compliance responsibilities relating to the lifecycle management of corporate records regardless of media or format and develop and implement effective training for employees on records management matters. Continually evaluate the RIM program, benchmark external developments and industry best practices. Stay informed of state, local and federal laws affecting records retention. Assist with the retrieval of records, as appropriate, to meet legal requests for documentation, records or information; partner with litigation attorneys, IT and others to create and maintain automated legal hold and collection processes. Direct the operation of on-site and off-site physical records storage to comply with corporate retention policies; manage facility usage, inventories and budget, including contracts and relationships with storage vendors. Direct the transfer, storage retention and destruction of discontinued operations records in compliance with RIM policies. Ensure policies, procedures and protocols for the RIM program are well documented, tested, communicated and refined as operating business model and practices change. Review legal industry and trade association updates for best practices and emerging applications and methodologies.

Qualifications: Bachelor degree required; J.D. Degree preferred. 10+ years of progressive records management experience working in a large corporation (Financial Services/Banking Services preferred) with a sophisticated records management program or similar setting required. Experience directly overseeing a RIM program required. Demonstrated experience in leading and completing RIM projects. Demonstrated experience facilitating cross-functional teams across lines of businesses and business units. Past experience implementing tools and systems to manage corporate records and information, including syst.ems to automate the governance of company information. Certification as a records manager (CRM) through the American Records Management Association (ARMA) preferred. Experience in Six Sigma or Lean preferred. Project Management certification preferred. Proficient with MS Office, MS Access, MS Project, MS SharePoint and web-based applications. Demonstrated project leadership experience, system support and training. Knowledge of laws and regulations applicable to the various record types created and maintained in a corporate setting, and the ability to research updates to such laws and regulations. A strong understanding of technology as it relates to records and information management, including systems for creating, storing and organizing electronic information and software, and RIM database management tools and related technologies. Proficiency with electronic records databases, including archival and back-up mediums and other business systems. Highly developed verbal and written communication skills, including excellent presentation and persuasive skills necessary to effectuate change across the organization and to foster a culture of commitment to high-quality records management. Self-motivated with the ability to work independently and drive projects through completion. Ability to build effective relationships with all functions and levels in the organization. Ability to effectively facilitate a cross-functional team to achieve common goals. Must have the ability to lead projects with great level of confidence while always demonstrating diplomacy, courtesy and respect. Ability to navigate between the big picture and the details, and readily adapt to changing business conditions and requests. Ability to work accurately and efficiently under time pressure, including the ability to formulate solutions to non-routine problems. Must have proven project management skills, including the ability to organize, motivate and ensure completion of deliverables by team members from various functional areas in the company. Must have the scheduling flexibility to meet the needs of the business, and willingness to work non-traditional hours.
 
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Trust and Estates/Attorney/In House/Miami, Florida
Refer job# EEQQ77165
 
Trust Relationship Manager Duties: Provide support to a team of Wealth Planners selling trust and other fiduciary structures (trusts and investment holding vehicles) and solutions to ultra high net worth clients of Bank and ancillary business channels. Liaise with Finance and provide regional business development analyses/reports (e.g. client penetration, product penetration, banker utilization, etc.) for the purposes of identifying potential prospects. Manage the team pipeline which includes the identification of prospects, status updates and reporting. Review new business reports for accuracy and tracking metrics for Scorecard input. Handle non-complex sales (previously vetted by a Wealth Planner). Attend client meetings as required to facilitate on-boarding of new business (e.g. document signing, collection and verification of IDs and addresses etc.). Pre-screen new business packages for completeness of documentation and any required approvals from control partners in Risk, Tax and / or Legal; follow-up with Bankers/Wealth Planners for outstanding documents, etc. Liaise with the International New Business team as required to ensure the seamless and efficient acceptance and set-up of new business and the assignment of the relationship to the Trust Center for ongoing administration. Assist the Trust Centers with the resolution of trust administration issues for existing clients. Manage the annual client structure review process for the regional team including the assignment of relationships, tracking of completion, and providing any necessary reporting. Handle Banker inquiries as required. Project management of regional initiatives (e.g. any product conversions). Maintain a general understanding of all products related to Wealth Planning specialty. Coordinate the launch of new products for the region as may be required. Understand and keep abreast of changes in legislation in order to ascertain how such laws affect tax efficient fiduciary structures established for our clients; be informed and able to discuss current and historical legal/tax environment in the relevant countries within the region.

Qualifications: Bachelors degree (law degree preferable); STEP (Society of Trust and Estate Professionals) qualifications are an asset. Must have 5-7 years trust and fiduciary industry experience. Excellent knowledge of Trust products and services an asset. Ability to identify potential risk issues and solutions and to communicate these effectively to team colleagues. Relationship management skills including the ability to work with partners remotely. Excellent time management, organizational and administrative skills. Strong analytical and creative problem-solving skills. Strong oral and written skills. Multilingual Spanish / English language skills required.
 
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Corporate/Counsel/In House/Duluth, Georgia
Refer job# BMBK77166
 
Corporate Counsel Duties: Provide contract and transaction analysis on job and account specific matters, advising on contract and bond provisions, negotiating terms, and drafting documents to support the business needs. Facilitate indemnity packages by assisting in negotiation and drafting indemnity agreements and related documents, while counseling on related indemnity questions. Facilitate LMS Legal Department's development of appropriate forms and account specific documents, and policy and procedures for their use, including indemnity agreements, international deeds of indemnity, subordination agreements, bonds forms, co-surety agreements and collateral agreements. Coordinate with LMS' General Counsel as well as other LMG legal resources to provide general corporate legal services to LMS as needed. Areas of general corporate legal support include compliance programs, corporate governance, litigation support, marketing materials, producer management, public affairs, reinsurance and underwriting limitations. Identify and inform surety business unit of legal developments and provide guidance on legal trends, statutory/regulatory developments and emerging risk issues. Prepare and deliver presentations/training sessions to LMS staff and industry organizations with respect to surety legal issues, and also stay abreast of developments in the law. Interact and collaborate with all levels of the underwriting and other surety operations units, accounts and their counsel, agents & brokers, co-surety partners, obliges and industry organizations.

Qualifications: Completion of Law School with law practice experience and/or transactional legal and/or surety claims experience (usually 8+ years) in handling surety or related matters. Comprehensive knowledge of surety, contract, and construction law. Strong aptitude for complex contract review and development. Exercises a high level of autonomy in handling assigned cases and transactional requests. Must be knowledgeable of private, state, and federal laws that are applicable to surety transactional matters. A full working knowledge of surety business operations and procedures as well as the ability to communicate effectively is required.
 
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Insurance/Counsel/In House/Los Angeles, California
Refer job# XGYJ77167
 
Field Counsel-WC Duties: Represent the company and its policyholders in civil litigation and workers' compensation matters involving claims for money damages or compensation for personal injury or property damage of a moderate value with moderately complex legal issues. Use Litigation Protocols to develop and revise appropriate legal strategy for discovery, investigation, handling and trial/hearing of cases or matters. Conduct necessary and appropriate discovery, hearings, trials, depositions, oral arguments, mediations, arbitrations and similar proceedings. Research the law applicable to cases or matters; drafts legal documents, pleadings, motions, briefs and opinions as required. If requested, conduct settlement negotiations. Advise, communicate and confer with Claims Representatives and Insured Clients, rendering clear, unambiguous legal opinions and advice. Personally meet with, and maintain good relations and communications with Claims Representatives and Insured Clients as required. Remain current with developments in the law; understand medical, scientific, construction, products, engineering or similar issues and defenses involved with cases or matters. Prepare and conduct training sessions for Legal, Claims or other departments as required. Provide daily direction and guidance to junior attorneys. Understand and creatively use technology; apply technology to the process of law to improve quality and reduce cost. Act as a team or group leader for an assigned group within the office. Interface with Home Office Legal department.

Qualifications: Completion of law school with LLB or JD and admission to the Bar. Special license to practice before a particular board or federal court may be necessary. 1+ year experience as an attorney. A general knowledge of insurance law and specific understanding of the operations and requirements of insured clients, customers and the company. Ability to effectively communicate and persuade by written or spoken word is critical. Experience and ability appropriate to the level of cases or matters handled.
 
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Corporate/Attorney/In House/Santa Clara, California
Refer job# MPZD77168
 
Commercial Transactions Attorney Duties: Reviewing, drafting and negotiating commercial contracts, including customer contracts, channel / distribution agreements, master servicing agreements, supply agreements, licensing agreements, professional services agreements, non-disclosure agreements and product evaluation agreements, etc. Supporting the sales, business development, manufacturing, software and finance teams and other teams in complex commercial contracts. Identifying contractual risks and advising business teams on various legal issues and risks, business strategies and other issues. Maintaining and updating standard contract templates and related contract policies and procedures. Supporting business clients in negotiating commercial terms. Special projects as assigned.

Requirements: Licensed to practice law in California. Experience in commercial agreements, technology transactions and software licensing agreements is preferred. 2 ?? 4 years experience in a law firm and/or corporate legal department. Strong written and verbal communication skills, excellent analytical skills, and the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. Excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects with minimal supervision.
 
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Government/Attorney/In House/Christine, Texas
Refer job# SBJX77169
 
Regulatory Compliance Analyst Senior Staff Duties: Serve as a lead to support Supply Chain Contracts C-130, MMRO and IFG personnel in resolving complex supplier exceptions to contract terms and conditions. Lead the coordination of reviews with affected stake holders and support negotiations with subcontractors. Develop contract language and structure subcontracts to incentivize suppliers and ensure alignment with prime contract requirements. Participate in the development and publication of prime contract specific clauses. Lead the development of instructions on use of purchase order terms and conditions. Created and maintain policy, procedures and communication to improve format, clarity and quality of purchase order terms and conditions. Oversee the development of training on various topics including Government contracting, general terms and conditions, CorpDocs and Federal Acquisition Regulation and Federal agency clauses.

Qualifications: Law Degree. Desire experience in Federal procurement law and the Uniform Commercial Code. Proven ability to work independently and as a team member with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong communication (verbal, written and presentation) skills. Organizational and analytical skills; demonstrate sound judgment and tact; excellent problem analysis and problem solving skills. Proficient with MS Office products. Demonstrated ability to drive change and influence stakeholders at all levels. Demonstrated ability to lead and develop employees. Detailed knowledge of the CorpDocs. Detailed knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement. Ability to assess various contracting alternatives for compliance with the Federal regulations, prime contract requirements and corporate and company policies and procedures.
 
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Government/Attorney/In House/Corpus Christi, Texas
Refer job# HWDL77170
 
Regulatory Compliance Analyst Senior Staff Duties: Serve as a lead to support Supply Chain Contracts C-130, MMRO and IFG personnel in resolving complex supplier exceptions to contract terms and conditions. Lead the coordination of reviews with affected stake holders and support negotiations with subcontractors. Develop contract language and structure subcontracts to incentivize suppliers and ensure alignment with prime contract requirements. Participate in the development and publication of prime contract specific clauses. Lead the development of instructions on use of purchase order terms and conditions. Created and maintain policy, procedures and communication to improve format, clarity and quality of purchase order terms and conditions. Oversee the development of training on various topics including Government contracting, general terms and conditions, CorpDocs and Federal Acquisition Regulation and Federal agency clauses.

Qualifications: Law Degree. Desire experience in Federal procurement law and the Uniform Commercial Code. Proven ability to work independently and as a team member with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong communication (verbal, written and presentation) skills. Organizational and analytical skills; demonstrate sound judgment and tact; excellent problem analysis and problem solving skills. Proficient with MS Office products. Demonstrated ability to drive change and influence stakeholders at all levels. Demonstrated ability to lead and develop employees. Detailed knowledge of the CorpDocs. Detailed knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement. Ability to assess various contracting alternatives for compliance with the Federal regulations, prime contract requirements and corporate and company policies and procedures.
 
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Government/Attorney/In House/Dallas, Texas
Refer job# OSJV77171
 
Regulatory Compliance Analyst Senior Staff Duties: Serve as a lead to support Supply Chain Contracts C-130, MMRO and IFG personnel in resolving complex supplier exceptions to contract terms and conditions. Lead the coordination of reviews with affected stake holders and support negotiations with subcontractors. Develop contract language and structure subcontracts to incentivize suppliers and ensure alignment with prime contract requirements. Participate in the development and publication of prime contract specific clauses. Lead the development of instructions on use of purchase order terms and conditions. Created and maintain policy, procedures and communication to improve format, clarity and quality of purchase order terms and conditions. Oversee the development of training on various topics including Government contracting, general terms and conditions, CorpDocs and Federal Acquisition Regulation and Federal agency clauses.

Qualifications: Law Degree. Desire experience in Federal procurement law and the Uniform Commercial Code. Proven ability to work independently and as a team member with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong communication (verbal, written and presentation) skills. Organizational and analytical skills; demonstrate sound judgment and tact; excellent problem analysis and problem solving skills. Proficient with MS Office products. Demonstrated ability to drive change and influence stakeholders at all levels. Demonstrated ability to lead and develop employees. Detailed knowledge of the CorpDocs. Detailed knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement. Ability to assess various contracting alternatives for compliance with the Federal regulations, prime contract requirements and corporate and company policies and procedures.
 
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Government/Attorney/In House/El Paso, Texas
Refer job# IIPM77172
 
Regulatory Compliance Analyst Senior Staff Duties: Serve as a lead to support Supply Chain Contracts C-130, MMRO and IFG personnel in resolving complex supplier exceptions to contract terms and conditions. Lead the coordination of reviews with affected stake holders and support negotiations with subcontractors. Develop contract language and structure subcontracts to incentivize suppliers and ensure alignment with prime contract requirements. Participate in the development and publication of prime contract specific clauses. Lead the development of instructions on use of purchase order terms and conditions. Created and maintain policy, procedures and communication to improve format, clarity and quality of purchase order terms and conditions. Oversee the development of training on various topics including Government contracting, general terms and conditions, CorpDocs and Federal Acquisition Regulation and Federal agency clauses.

Qualifications: Law Degree. Desire experience in Federal procurement law and the Uniform Commercial Code. Proven ability to work independently and as a team member with excellent interpersonal skills. Strong communication (verbal, written and presentation) skills. Organizational and analytical skills; demonstrate sound judgment and tact; excellent problem analysis and problem solving skills. Proficient with MS Office products. Demonstrated ability to drive change and influence stakeholders at all levels. Demonstrated ability to lead and develop employees. Detailed knowledge of the CorpDocs. Detailed knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations and the Department of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement. Ability to assess various contracting alternatives for compliance with the Federal regulations, prime contract requirements and corporate and company policies and procedures.
 
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