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Associate Counsel I Corporate Counsel (Real Estate); Transactions; Litigation

Bethlehem PA Associate Counsel I - Corporate Counsel (Real Estate); Transactions; Litigation The candidate will be leading the litigation and workout of defaulted commercial loans, confession of judgments, forbearance, loan modifications, receiverships, and the management of outside counsel, where necessary. Spearhead and execute corporate and litigation strategy related to defaulted loans. Effectively prosecute and resolve defaulted loans minimizing risk to the company. Review and negotiate commercial loan documents and agreements. Review and evaluate title matters, liens and encumbrances. Develop relations with and effectively manage outside counsel when necessary. Serve as Broker of Record for DLP Realty LLC (the company's real estate brokerage company). Assists with a wide-range of various legal issues that arise in the course of business operations relating to brokerage, transactions, construction, employment, disputes, and corporate matters. Effectively handle and resolve company claims and litigation matters. Draft and review a variety of legal documents including corporate documents, purchase agreements, leases, joint venture agreements, vendor contracts, employment agreements, development, and management agreements. Provide legal analysis, strategy and solutions in a legally sound manner that balances risks with achievement of the company's goals and objectives. Must have D from an accredited law school. Should have 5+ years of in-depth experience in areas of general corporate matters, real estate, commercial loan defaults, and litigation; preferably at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Must be in good standing as an active member of the Pennsylvania Bar. Be in good standing as an active member of the New Jersey Bar (or willing to obtain). Knowledge and experience in commercial loans, defaults, workouts, and litigation required. Should have knowledge and experience in general corporate business matters and contract law. Knowledge and experience in real estate transactional matters essential. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-03

Real Estate Development And Counsel

Jacksonville FL Real Estate Development and Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing a broad range of real estate and other legal services with a strong emphasis on property acquisition and management, litigation, and transactions. Provides legal advice to firm and its affiliates regarding various areas of assigned specialization, develops and maintains internal relationships, drafts, prepares and reviews lease agreements, PSAs, mortgages, closing documents, and goverment-related agreements. Provides support to and collaborating with other departments, as necessary. Reports to the Senior Vice President, Strategic Assets/Real Estate. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Real Estate Counsel

Agoura Hills CA Real Estate Counsel The candidate will draft and, in conjunction with the Associate General Counsel and occasionally outside counsel, review, negotiate and revise commercial real estate purchase agreements, retail leases, and acquisition-related documents, including lease amendments, cross-parking/access easements, use restrictions and utility easements, while providing counsel on letters of intent, brokerage representation agreements, confidentiality agreements and other collateral documents. Support the Real Estate Department with a high volume of lease negotiations, lease amendments and other lease related documents, diligence, construction and development in connection with multi-faceted real estate transactions. Work with all levels of the Real Estate department, NVA Pet Resorts, the Legal Department, and others to ensure the various moving parts of many concurrent real estate transactions are accurately and effectively managed. Review, negotiate, and analyze site specific due diligence, including title insurance commitments, surveys and environmental/geotechnical reports, while efficiently communicating key concerns to the Associate General Counsel. Manage and oversee real estate purchases and sale leaseback transactions from start to closing, while ensuring that deal timelines and tasks are effectively completed. Assist the NVA Pet Resorts business in preparing and negotiating lease and construction related agreements, development agreements, site diligence materials, easements, title commitments, and other lease/development related agreements. As needed, coordinate with external real estate counsel, local land use counsel, other internal teams, vendors and service providers. A Bachelor's degree from an accredited undergraduate institution are required. A Juris Doctor degree from a law school with 3-5 years of legal experience in commercial real estate are required. Demonstrated experience in conducting real estate diligence and negotiating and closing both real estate purchases and real estate leases are required. Membership in good standing with a United States State Bar are required. Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to maintain highly detailed records are required. Ability to differentiate between theoretical and real-world considerations in a fast-paced dynamic real estate department that requires a balance between critical thinking and efficient decision-making are required. Excellent communication skills necessary to coordinate amongst deal counterparties, internal teams and business units, professional service providers, and outside counsel are required. Ability to prioritize/re-prioritize multiple projects and/or deadlines in a fast-paced work environment are required. Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2020-06-26

Real Estate Attorney

Santa Barbara CA Real Estate Attorney Duties: Drafting and preparing various project development or title curative related agreements or other documents for execution by landowners and third parties. Review and analysis of real estate title instruments related to land ownership. Review, analysis and tracking of title commitments and pro forma title policies. Strategizing and implementing title curative efforts through the close of title policies, including preparing, negotiating and executing title curative documents and agreements required for closing on policies. Communication and coordination of project development efforts with internal land agents. Direct communication and coordination of title curative efforts with title insurance company. Additional responsibilities include assisting in supporting this organization's legal and administrative areas, including but not limited to the following: Processing, organizing and managing intake and filing (electronically and in hard copy) of any and all project related agreements and documents. Uploading and organizing documents, files and other information in company's computer database. Creating and organizing electronic and hard copy files and folders for various project related agreements and documents. Assistance with day-to-day special clerical assignments, such as mass mailings.

Qualifications: Licensed CA. 3+ years' legal experience with emphasis on real estate and/or title matters. Proficiency in Microsoft Word. Microsoft Excel and some knowledge of Access/database experience useful. Strong communication and data processing skills. Self-motivated. Capable of managing multiple tasks simultaneously and efficiently with an eye to detail. Team-oriented individual willing to shift focus quickly and efficiently between varying priorities. Organizational skills required.
Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-24

Real Estate Attorney

New Orleans LA Real Estate Attorney The candidate should be an experienced real estate attorney licensed to practice law. Should have a warm demeanor and a natural inclination toward marketing/sales and customer service. Must be willing to play a variety of different roles: conducting both residential and commercial real estate closings; performing legal and curative title work; public speaking / teaching; business development. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-23

Temporary Commercial Real Estate Attorney

Hicksville NY Temporary Commercial Real Estate Attorney The candidate will provide commercial/transactional real estate support, with minimal supervision, to business partners and clients. Will work with other experienced members of the Real Estate Practice Group. Acquise and dispose commercial real estate, including contract preparation and negotiation, title analysis and survey review. Draft and negotiate commercial leases, licenses, easements and similar agreements. Manage third-party property matters/issues/disputes involving commercial entities, governmental entities, railroads and private individuals. Support cross-functional company projects and initiatives impacting the company's property portfolio. Perform legal research and prepare high-quality legal memoranda.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and admission to, and in good standing with, the NY and/or MA Bar, preferably both (though candidates who are admitted in either jurisdiction will absolutely be considered). Must have 5-10 years of experience in the practice of commercial real estate law, either in a law firm, as in-house counsel or with a governmental entity. Demonstrated ability to independently manage and oversee real estate transactional matters from inception through closing, including but not limited to, drafting and negotiating land and facility purchases/sales, leases, easements, licenses, etc. is required. Experience in the energy/utility/regulated sector a plus. Duration: 6-12 months
Legal 5 - 10 Full-time 2020-06-19

Senior Counsel And Head Of Technology, Ip, Third-party Vendor Oversight, & Real Estate

Denver CO Senior Counsel and Head of Technology, IP, Third-Party Vendor Oversight, & Real Estate The candidate report to the Deputy General Counsel for Corporate Affairs, supervise a dynamic team of legal professionals and provide business-savvy legal advice and support for technology and IP matters, including in connection with the development of products, platforms, services and other strategic technology and IP initiatives. Day may include negotiating and drafting technology agreements, developing our patent portfolio, or advising senior management on a wide array of technology topics. Will be the primary interface between the legal and technical parts of the company, able to spot a wide range of legal and business issues that arise in strategic technology transformation initiatives. Will also help oversee vendor management program ensuring the most favorable value, compliance, and security terms. Will have primary responsibility for managing, strengthening, and developing company's innovation through its portfolio of IP assets, including identification of affirmative recovery opportunities. And, will oversee and manage the use of third-party IP within products and services. Provide support for corporate real estate function in their global leasing needs. In addition to substantive contributions, will be an effective manager for a team of four legal processionals.

The candidate should have 10+ years of experience at an in-house or law firm practice with significant technology experience, including advising on a variety of customer and partner technology platforms. Must hold a Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA-accredited school of law and be admitted to at least one U.S. state bar. History of a strong technology or engineering background or degree and in-depth intellectual property knowledge is required. should preferable have significant experience with procurement or other large-scale cross-functional initiatives and have experience with real estate or supervising real estate transactions. Prefer if have some knowledge of and interest in software intellectual property and can arrive at creative solutions. Deminstrated oral and written communication skills tailored for the client as well as willingness to question the status quo and advocate for necessary change to improve internal processes. Experience working in international settings and functioning in diverse cultures is a plus.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-18

Real Estate Counsel

Atlanta GA Real Estate Counsel The candidate will provide legal support for fast-growing real estate needs, including filling an aggressive pipeline demand and ensuring real estate deals are completed quickly with appropriate legal protections. Will be supporting Real Estate Department. Essential Job Functions: Reviewing, drafting and negotiating new store leases, purchase agreements and other related documents together with amendments. Managing outside counsel in connection with the foregoing. Reviewing, drafting and negotiating nondisclosure agreements, letters of intent, estoppel certificates, SNDAs, construction and property operation-related vendor contracts. Drafting and responding to lease-related legal notices. Providing overall legal support to the company's Real Estate & Construction departments. Providing occasional legal support to the company's other functions. Should have Bachelor's degree and law degree. Bar membership in good standing is required. must have 4+ years of relevant real estate legal experience (particularly retail leasing, purchases and development). Proven problem-solving skills are required. In-house and retail & construction industry experience is a plus. Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-17

Senior Counsel, Real Estate

Nashville TN Senior Counsel, Real Estate The candidate should have healthcare experience to serve in the role of Senior Counsel within the Tenet Law Department. The person filling this position would provide support to the Senior Managing Counsel managing real estate, work directly with the Vice President of Real Estate and interact regularly with senior level management and market hospital administrators regarding strategic matters and implementation of those strategies. Day-to-day matters would range from simple items (e.g. responding to requests for estoppels, SNDAs and easements) to more complex matters such as the drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, construction contracts, management agreements, space and ground leases, development agreements, recognition agreements and assisting in the purchase and sale of material assets for the company. Significant experience counseling healthcare clients is highly desirable. This position reports to the Senior Managing Counsel. Candidates must possess a minimum of five to seven years experience in real estate with some of that time involving experience in the healthcare industry. Candidates with large health system experience would be viewed favorably. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to take on multiple responsibilities while prioritizing competing projects is an essential characteristic. Ability to work independently, as well as function effectively, within a team framework. Strong research, analytical, organizational, and computer skills are necessary. Must be extremely responsive to a high volume of diverse requests. Strong customer service orientation, meticulous attention to detail and initiative are essential for success in this role. Excellent project management skills, ability to execute on plan, deliver results and manage external legal costs. A self-motivated, organized team player who works well in a high-energy and fast-paced environment. An individual who is cooperative, encourages collaboration and builds understanding; who easily gains trust and support of superiors and colleagues; who can find common ground and solve problems, and who owns his or her projects and commitments. Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA Accredited Law School is required and fully qualified to practice in the applicable jurisdication. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-16

Senior Counsel, Real Estate

Dallas TX Senior Counsel, Real Estate The candidate should have healthcare experience to serve in the role of Senior Counsel within the Tenet Law Department. The person filling this position would provide support to the Senior Managing Counsel managing real estate, work directly with the Vice President of Real Estate and interact regularly with senior level management and market hospital administrators regarding strategic matters and implementation of those strategies. Day-to-day matters would range from simple items (e.g. responding to requests for estoppels, SNDAs and easements) to more complex matters such as the drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, construction contracts, management agreements, space and ground leases, development agreements, recognition agreements and assisting in the purchase and sale of material assets for the company. Significant experience counseling healthcare clients is highly desirable. This position reports to the Senior Managing Counsel. Candidates must possess a minimum of five to seven years experience in real estate with some of that time involving experience in the healthcare industry. Candidates with large health system experience would be viewed favorably. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to take on multiple responsibilities while prioritizing competing projects is an essential characteristic. Ability to work independently, as well as function effectively, within a team framework. Strong research, analytical, organizational, and computer skills are necessary. Must be extremely responsive to a high volume of diverse requests. Strong customer service orientation, meticulous attention to detail and initiative are essential for success in this role. Excellent project management skills, ability to execute on plan, deliver results and manage external legal costs. A self-motivated, organized team player who works well in a high-energy and fast-paced environment. An individual who is cooperative, encourages collaboration and builds understanding; who easily gains trust and support of superiors and colleagues; who can find common ground and solve problems, and who owns his or her projects and commitments. Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA Accredited Law School is required and fully qualified to practice in the applicable jurisdication. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-15
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Senior Counsel, Shared Services & Litigation
In-House,Southwire Company
Location : Carrollton Georgia United States

Southwire is seeking to hire an experienced attorney to serve as Senior Counsel to provide advice and counsel in support of the Company?s Commercial, Strategic Sourcing, Operations, Engineering, IT and other Shared Services functions, as well as mana... + read more

jul 03, 2020


Corporate Real Estate Attorney
In-House,US Bank.
Location : Atlanta, GA, United States

Corporate Real Estate Attorney The candidate will be drafting and negotiating office and retail leases and purchase and sale agreements. Will be managing real estate closings. Drafting and negotiating easement agreements, license agreements, and ve... + read more

jul 03, 2020


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Associate Counsel I Corporate Counsel (Real Estate); Transactions; Litigation
Refer job# VPEM150384
 
Associate Counsel I - Corporate Counsel (Real Estate); Transactions; Litigation The candidate will be leading the litigation and workout of defaulted commercial loans, confession of judgments, forbearance, loan modifications, receiverships, and the management of outside counsel, where necessary. Spearhead and execute corporate and litigation strategy related to defaulted loans. Effectively prosecute and resolve defaulted loans minimizing risk to the company. Review and negotiate commercial loan documents and agreements. Review and evaluate title matters, liens and encumbrances. Develop relations with and effectively manage outside counsel when necessary. Serve as Broker of Record for DLP Realty LLC (the company's real estate brokerage company). Assists with a wide-range of various legal issues that arise in the course of business operations relating to brokerage, transactions, construction, employment, disputes, and corporate matters. Effectively handle and resolve company claims and litigation matters. Draft and review a variety of legal documents including corporate documents, purchase agreements, leases, joint venture agreements, vendor contracts, employment agreements, development, and management agreements. Provide legal analysis, strategy and solutions in a legally sound manner that balances risks with achievement of the company's goals and objectives. Must have D from an accredited law school. Should have 5+ years of in-depth experience in areas of general corporate matters, real estate, commercial loan defaults, and litigation; preferably at a law firm and/or in-house legal department. Must be in good standing as an active member of the Pennsylvania Bar. Be in good standing as an active member of the New Jersey Bar (or willing to obtain). Knowledge and experience in commercial loans, defaults, workouts, and litigation required. Should have knowledge and experience in general corporate business matters and contract law. Knowledge and experience in real estate transactional matters essential.
 
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Real Estate Development And Counsel
Refer job# HGBU150334
 
Real Estate Development and Counsel The candidate will be responsible for providing a broad range of real estate and other legal services with a strong emphasis on property acquisition and management, litigation, and transactions. Provides legal advice to firm and its affiliates regarding various areas of assigned specialization, develops and maintains internal relationships, drafts, prepares and reviews lease agreements, PSAs, mortgages, closing documents, and goverment-related agreements. Provides support to and collaborating with other departments, as necessary. Reports to the Senior Vice President, Strategic Assets/Real Estate.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# ROVY150283
 
Real Estate Counsel The candidate will draft and, in conjunction with the Associate General Counsel and occasionally outside counsel, review, negotiate and revise commercial real estate purchase agreements, retail leases, and acquisition-related documents, including lease amendments, cross-parking/access easements, use restrictions and utility easements, while providing counsel on letters of intent, brokerage representation agreements, confidentiality agreements and other collateral documents. Support the Real Estate Department with a high volume of lease negotiations, lease amendments and other lease related documents, diligence, construction and development in connection with multi-faceted real estate transactions. Work with all levels of the Real Estate department, NVA Pet Resorts, the Legal Department, and others to ensure the various moving parts of many concurrent real estate transactions are accurately and effectively managed. Review, negotiate, and analyze site specific due diligence, including title insurance commitments, surveys and environmental/geotechnical reports, while efficiently communicating key concerns to the Associate General Counsel. Manage and oversee real estate purchases and sale leaseback transactions from start to closing, while ensuring that deal timelines and tasks are effectively completed. Assist the NVA Pet Resorts business in preparing and negotiating lease and construction related agreements, development agreements, site diligence materials, easements, title commitments, and other lease/development related agreements. As needed, coordinate with external real estate counsel, local land use counsel, other internal teams, vendors and service providers. A Bachelor's degree from an accredited undergraduate institution are required. A Juris Doctor degree from a law school with 3-5 years of legal experience in commercial real estate are required. Demonstrated experience in conducting real estate diligence and negotiating and closing both real estate purchases and real estate leases are required. Membership in good standing with a United States State Bar are required. Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to maintain highly detailed records are required. Ability to differentiate between theoretical and real-world considerations in a fast-paced dynamic real estate department that requires a balance between critical thinking and efficient decision-making are required. Excellent communication skills necessary to coordinate amongst deal counterparties, internal teams and business units, professional service providers, and outside counsel are required. Ability to prioritize/re-prioritize multiple projects and/or deadlines in a fast-paced work environment are required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# PSRJ150261
 
Real Estate Attorney Duties: Drafting and preparing various project development or title curative related agreements or other documents for execution by landowners and third parties. Review and analysis of real estate title instruments related to land ownership. Review, analysis and tracking of title commitments and pro forma title policies. Strategizing and implementing title curative efforts through the close of title policies, including preparing, negotiating and executing title curative documents and agreements required for closing on policies. Communication and coordination of project development efforts with internal land agents. Direct communication and coordination of title curative efforts with title insurance company. Additional responsibilities include assisting in supporting this organization's legal and administrative areas, including but not limited to the following: Processing, organizing and managing intake and filing (electronically and in hard copy) of any and all project related agreements and documents. Uploading and organizing documents, files and other information in company's computer database. Creating and organizing electronic and hard copy files and folders for various project related agreements and documents. Assistance with day-to-day special clerical assignments, such as mass mailings.

Qualifications: Licensed CA. 3+ years' legal experience with emphasis on real estate and/or title matters. Proficiency in Microsoft Word. Microsoft Excel and some knowledge of Access/database experience useful. Strong communication and data processing skills. Self-motivated. Capable of managing multiple tasks simultaneously and efficiently with an eye to detail. Team-oriented individual willing to shift focus quickly and efficiently between varying priorities. Organizational skills required.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# KVGV150252
 
Real Estate Attorney The candidate should be an experienced real estate attorney licensed to practice law. Should have a warm demeanor and a natural inclination toward marketing/sales and customer service. Must be willing to play a variety of different roles: conducting both residential and commercial real estate closings; performing legal and curative title work; public speaking / teaching; business development.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Temporary Commercial Real Estate Attorney
Refer job# RGBB150208
 
Temporary Commercial Real Estate Attorney The candidate will provide commercial/transactional real estate support, with minimal supervision, to business partners and clients. Will work with other experienced members of the Real Estate Practice Group. Acquise and dispose commercial real estate, including contract preparation and negotiation, title analysis and survey review. Draft and negotiate commercial leases, licenses, easements and similar agreements. Manage third-party property matters/issues/disputes involving commercial entities, governmental entities, railroads and private individuals. Support cross-functional company projects and initiatives impacting the company's property portfolio. Perform legal research and prepare high-quality legal memoranda.

The candidate should have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and admission to, and in good standing with, the NY and/or MA Bar, preferably both (though candidates who are admitted in either jurisdiction will absolutely be considered). Must have 5-10 years of experience in the practice of commercial real estate law, either in a law firm, as in-house counsel or with a governmental entity. Demonstrated ability to independently manage and oversee real estate transactional matters from inception through closing, including but not limited to, drafting and negotiating land and facility purchases/sales, leases, easements, licenses, etc. is required. Experience in the energy/utility/regulated sector a plus. Duration: 6-12 months
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel And Head Of Technology, Ip, Third-party Vendor Oversight, & Real Estate
Refer job# FWRC150195
 
Senior Counsel and Head of Technology, IP, Third-Party Vendor Oversight, & Real Estate The candidate report to the Deputy General Counsel for Corporate Affairs, supervise a dynamic team of legal professionals and provide business-savvy legal advice and support for technology and IP matters, including in connection with the development of products, platforms, services and other strategic technology and IP initiatives. Day may include negotiating and drafting technology agreements, developing our patent portfolio, or advising senior management on a wide array of technology topics. Will be the primary interface between the legal and technical parts of the company, able to spot a wide range of legal and business issues that arise in strategic technology transformation initiatives. Will also help oversee vendor management program ensuring the most favorable value, compliance, and security terms. Will have primary responsibility for managing, strengthening, and developing company's innovation through its portfolio of IP assets, including identification of affirmative recovery opportunities. And, will oversee and manage the use of third-party IP within products and services. Provide support for corporate real estate function in their global leasing needs. In addition to substantive contributions, will be an effective manager for a team of four legal processionals.

The candidate should have 10+ years of experience at an in-house or law firm practice with significant technology experience, including advising on a variety of customer and partner technology platforms. Must hold a Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA-accredited school of law and be admitted to at least one U.S. state bar. History of a strong technology or engineering background or degree and in-depth intellectual property knowledge is required. should preferable have significant experience with procurement or other large-scale cross-functional initiatives and have experience with real estate or supervising real estate transactions. Prefer if have some knowledge of and interest in software intellectual property and can arrive at creative solutions. Deminstrated oral and written communication skills tailored for the client as well as willingness to question the status quo and advocate for necessary change to improve internal processes. Experience working in international settings and functioning in diverse cultures is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Real Estate Counsel
Refer job# OTYR150168
 
Real Estate Counsel The candidate will provide legal support for fast-growing real estate needs, including filling an aggressive pipeline demand and ensuring real estate deals are completed quickly with appropriate legal protections. Will be supporting Real Estate Department. Essential Job Functions: Reviewing, drafting and negotiating new store leases, purchase agreements and other related documents together with amendments. Managing outside counsel in connection with the foregoing. Reviewing, drafting and negotiating nondisclosure agreements, letters of intent, estoppel certificates, SNDAs, construction and property operation-related vendor contracts. Drafting and responding to lease-related legal notices. Providing overall legal support to the company's Real Estate & Construction departments. Providing occasional legal support to the company's other functions. Should have Bachelor's degree and law degree. Bar membership in good standing is required. must have 4+ years of relevant real estate legal experience (particularly retail leasing, purchases and development). Proven problem-solving skills are required. In-house and retail & construction industry experience is a plus.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# KZQU150163
 
Senior Counsel, Real Estate The candidate should have healthcare experience to serve in the role of Senior Counsel within the Tenet Law Department. The person filling this position would provide support to the Senior Managing Counsel managing real estate, work directly with the Vice President of Real Estate and interact regularly with senior level management and market hospital administrators regarding strategic matters and implementation of those strategies. Day-to-day matters would range from simple items (e.g. responding to requests for estoppels, SNDAs and easements) to more complex matters such as the drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, construction contracts, management agreements, space and ground leases, development agreements, recognition agreements and assisting in the purchase and sale of material assets for the company. Significant experience counseling healthcare clients is highly desirable. This position reports to the Senior Managing Counsel. Candidates must possess a minimum of five to seven years experience in real estate with some of that time involving experience in the healthcare industry. Candidates with large health system experience would be viewed favorably. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to take on multiple responsibilities while prioritizing competing projects is an essential characteristic. Ability to work independently, as well as function effectively, within a team framework. Strong research, analytical, organizational, and computer skills are necessary. Must be extremely responsive to a high volume of diverse requests. Strong customer service orientation, meticulous attention to detail and initiative are essential for success in this role. Excellent project management skills, ability to execute on plan, deliver results and manage external legal costs. A self-motivated, organized team player who works well in a high-energy and fast-paced environment. An individual who is cooperative, encourages collaboration and builds understanding; who easily gains trust and support of superiors and colleagues; who can find common ground and solve problems, and who owns his or her projects and commitments. Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA Accredited Law School is required and fully qualified to practice in the applicable jurisdication.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Senior Counsel, Real Estate
Refer job# ACEF150141
 
Senior Counsel, Real Estate The candidate should have healthcare experience to serve in the role of Senior Counsel within the Tenet Law Department. The person filling this position would provide support to the Senior Managing Counsel managing real estate, work directly with the Vice President of Real Estate and interact regularly with senior level management and market hospital administrators regarding strategic matters and implementation of those strategies. Day-to-day matters would range from simple items (e.g. responding to requests for estoppels, SNDAs and easements) to more complex matters such as the drafting and negotiating purchase and sale agreements, construction contracts, management agreements, space and ground leases, development agreements, recognition agreements and assisting in the purchase and sale of material assets for the company. Significant experience counseling healthcare clients is highly desirable. This position reports to the Senior Managing Counsel. Candidates must possess a minimum of five to seven years experience in real estate with some of that time involving experience in the healthcare industry. Candidates with large health system experience would be viewed favorably. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to take on multiple responsibilities while prioritizing competing projects is an essential characteristic. Ability to work independently, as well as function effectively, within a team framework. Strong research, analytical, organizational, and computer skills are necessary. Must be extremely responsive to a high volume of diverse requests. Strong customer service orientation, meticulous attention to detail and initiative are essential for success in this role. Excellent project management skills, ability to execute on plan, deliver results and manage external legal costs. A self-motivated, organized team player who works well in a high-energy and fast-paced environment. An individual who is cooperative, encourages collaboration and builds understanding; who easily gains trust and support of superiors and colleagues; who can find common ground and solve problems, and who owns his or her projects and commitments. Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA Accredited Law School is required and fully qualified to practice in the applicable jurisdication.
 
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