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Senior Counsel, Environmental Law

New Brunswick NJ Senior Counsel, Environmental Law Duties: Work closely with businesses and other support functions, including the EHS&S group, and will be directly responsible for providing legal counsel and support for the following: real estate and site related environmental issues; supply chain related environmental issues; remediation of historical contamination; environmental product and packaging regulations; sustainability goals; engagement with investors, NGOs, and other external stakeholders; and emerging policy related environmental issues. Identifying, assessing and, as appropriate, influencing relevant laws and regulations as well as training management and operations teams on these issues. Help ensure compliance with all relevant legal and regulatory frameworks as well as our commitments to protect and maintain the environment and natural resources. Assume such other responsibilities as align with the successful candidate s background and other areas of expertise. Working with others within the Law Department as well as functional groups, will also continually keep abreast of legal and regulatory developments to ensure that legal support provided is innovative, agile, and appropriately adapted to the evolving environment.

Qualifications: A JD degree and U.S. state bar membership in good standing are required. 7-10 years of experience as a practicing attorney, in-house and/or at a law firm, with direct, and significant hands-on experience providing legal counseling on EHS&S matters globally, including working with governmental agencies, NGOs, or external stakeholders on these issues. Experience in the multinational healthcare industry is helpful and preferred. Ability to collaborate with business partners, stakeholders, internal attorneys, and outside counsel is required. A proactive approach to understanding, evaluating, and advising on complex EHS&S legal matters is critical. Experience working with senior-level stakeholders and cross-functional teams and achieving results through influence and collaboration. Ability to work effectively in large, matrixed organizations. Ability to demonstrate sound judgment and professional demeanor and discretion. Strong analytical, communication and collaborative skills. Must be detail-oriented, organized, and self-motivated, and able to work independently under time pressures in a fast-paced and evolving legal climate. Must be committed to demonstrating the highest ethical standards in all interactions, including with colleagues, peers, stakeholders, business partners, and external parties. Experience with the following is preferred: The major U.S. federal environmental programs, including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA, TSCA, and RCRA; Prominent international programs, including REACH, RoHS, and WEEE; Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) reporting, as well as ESG standard setting and ratings organizations; Extended producer responsibility regimes; Pharmaceuticals in the environment; and Key state-level environmental programs, such as California Prop 65.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2020-07-02

Counsel - Environmental

Anchorage AK Counsel - Environmental Duties: Work with environmental/permitting/safety managers to ensure compliance in the BU. Act as liaison with government agencies and attorneys with regard to environmental/permitting/safety matters. Research and interpret relevant laws, rulings and regulations. Provide legal advice and, when necessary, manage outside legal services, on various claims/litigation, administrative law, commercial, regulatory and strategic planning issues that may affect the Alaska BU and the Company, especially in relation to environmental permitting and compliance work and enforcement action. Negotiate with environmental/permitting/safety regulators. Support corporate sustainability programs and initiatives. Participate in transactional due diligence. Negotiate agreements, including but not limited to permits, consent decrees, and other similar agreements. Collaborate with other Company counsel on broader environmental/permitting/safety matters involving other BUs. Collaborate with senior management and various operations personnel including participation in project and asset teams. Support Company participation via the External & Governmental Affairs Group in industry advocacy groups on environmental/safety matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association or foreign equivalent. Licensed by state law to practice in Alaska, or a state that grants reciprocity with Alaska. 5+ years of legal experience in the regulatory environmental, health and safety area. Preferred: 7+ years of direct experience in oil and gas environmental/permitting/safety law (upstream and midstream). Experience with Alaska state law or federal law specific to Alaska on environmental/permitting/safety issues relevant to the upstream and midstream oil and gas industry. Experience in practice before EPA, DOI, USF&WS, ADEC, AOGCC, AK DNR or other similar regulatory agencies. Work under minimal supervision. Strong initiative along with excellent communication and analytical skills. Ability to handle multiple projects and work effectively in a team environment. Closing date: July 7, 2020
Legal 7 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-25

Environmental And Transactional Attorney

Tyler TX Environmental And Transactional Attorney The candidate will be responsible for: Provide professional legal advice to assist the Company with compliance with applicable state and federal environmental and other laws and regulations, particularly the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and state and local permitting requirements. Advise management of the legal implications of administrative and operational activities. Assist in planning and developing solutions to existing or potential legal problems involving the Company, and advise management concerning legal rights and obligations. Coordinate and develop the Company's advocacy position on future legislative and regulatory matters and participate in various industry trade organizations with focus on environmental issues. Review, negotiate and draft contracts and provide training to business teams. Assist in developing and planning programs, conducting presentations, and participating in other activities to educate the Company's officers and employees as to policies and procedures and legal compliance requirements. Participate in continuing legal education programs and other activities as necessary to keep informed of developments in the law, new and proposed statutes and regulations, economic and social issues and other matters of interest to the Company and the energy industry. Conduct legal due diligence for possible acquisitions and dispositions. Coordinate outside counsel's involvement in various matters. Communicate/interact with local, state and federal governmental agencies and outside counsel. Other duties as required. Must have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and a strong academic record. Should have at least 2-5 years of prior law firm experience with environmental compliance and transactional matters. Experience with sectors such as oil and gas, refining, power generation and transmission, liquid natural gas (LNG), renewable resources, chemicals, manufacturing, technology, mining, construction, and their unique environmental concerns are appreciated. Being licensed by the State Bar of Texas is preferred; however, candidates from other jurisdictions will also be considered. Must be in good standing with his or her licensing state. Should have superior legal drafting and analysis skills. Must have excellent and effective communication skills, both written and verbal. Legal 2 - 5 Full-time 2020-06-24
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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

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Senior Counsel, Environmental Law
Refer job# UPSW150374
 
Senior Counsel, Environmental Law Duties: Work closely with businesses and other support functions, including the EHS&S group, and will be directly responsible for providing legal counsel and support for the following: real estate and site related environmental issues; supply chain related environmental issues; remediation of historical contamination; environmental product and packaging regulations; sustainability goals; engagement with investors, NGOs, and other external stakeholders; and emerging policy related environmental issues. Identifying, assessing and, as appropriate, influencing relevant laws and regulations as well as training management and operations teams on these issues. Help ensure compliance with all relevant legal and regulatory frameworks as well as our commitments to protect and maintain the environment and natural resources. Assume such other responsibilities as align with the successful candidate s background and other areas of expertise. Working with others within the Law Department as well as functional groups, will also continually keep abreast of legal and regulatory developments to ensure that legal support provided is innovative, agile, and appropriately adapted to the evolving environment.

Qualifications: A JD degree and U.S. state bar membership in good standing are required. 7-10 years of experience as a practicing attorney, in-house and/or at a law firm, with direct, and significant hands-on experience providing legal counseling on EHS&S matters globally, including working with governmental agencies, NGOs, or external stakeholders on these issues. Experience in the multinational healthcare industry is helpful and preferred. Ability to collaborate with business partners, stakeholders, internal attorneys, and outside counsel is required. A proactive approach to understanding, evaluating, and advising on complex EHS&S legal matters is critical. Experience working with senior-level stakeholders and cross-functional teams and achieving results through influence and collaboration. Ability to work effectively in large, matrixed organizations. Ability to demonstrate sound judgment and professional demeanor and discretion. Strong analytical, communication and collaborative skills. Must be detail-oriented, organized, and self-motivated, and able to work independently under time pressures in a fast-paced and evolving legal climate. Must be committed to demonstrating the highest ethical standards in all interactions, including with colleagues, peers, stakeholders, business partners, and external parties. Experience with the following is preferred: The major U.S. federal environmental programs, including the Clean Air Act, Clean Water Act, CERCLA, TSCA, and RCRA; Prominent international programs, including REACH, RoHS, and WEEE; Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) reporting, as well as ESG standard setting and ratings organizations; Extended producer responsibility regimes; Pharmaceuticals in the environment; and Key state-level environmental programs, such as California Prop 65.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Counsel - Environmental
Refer job# YNEI150273
 
Counsel - Environmental Duties: Work with environmental/permitting/safety managers to ensure compliance in the BU. Act as liaison with government agencies and attorneys with regard to environmental/permitting/safety matters. Research and interpret relevant laws, rulings and regulations. Provide legal advice and, when necessary, manage outside legal services, on various claims/litigation, administrative law, commercial, regulatory and strategic planning issues that may affect the Alaska BU and the Company, especially in relation to environmental permitting and compliance work and enforcement action. Negotiate with environmental/permitting/safety regulators. Support corporate sustainability programs and initiatives. Participate in transactional due diligence. Negotiate agreements, including but not limited to permits, consent decrees, and other similar agreements. Collaborate with other Company counsel on broader environmental/permitting/safety matters involving other BUs. Collaborate with senior management and various operations personnel including participation in project and asset teams. Support Company participation via the External & Governmental Affairs Group in industry advocacy groups on environmental/safety matters.

Qualifications: JD Degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association or foreign equivalent. Licensed by state law to practice in Alaska, or a state that grants reciprocity with Alaska. 5+ years of legal experience in the regulatory environmental, health and safety area. Preferred: 7+ years of direct experience in oil and gas environmental/permitting/safety law (upstream and midstream). Experience with Alaska state law or federal law specific to Alaska on environmental/permitting/safety issues relevant to the upstream and midstream oil and gas industry. Experience in practice before EPA, DOI, USF&WS, ADEC, AOGCC, AK DNR or other similar regulatory agencies. Work under minimal supervision. Strong initiative along with excellent communication and analytical skills. Ability to handle multiple projects and work effectively in a team environment. Closing date: July 7, 2020
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Environmental And Transactional Attorney
Refer job# ULDE150263
 
Environmental And Transactional Attorney The candidate will be responsible for: Provide professional legal advice to assist the Company with compliance with applicable state and federal environmental and other laws and regulations, particularly the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, and state and local permitting requirements. Advise management of the legal implications of administrative and operational activities. Assist in planning and developing solutions to existing or potential legal problems involving the Company, and advise management concerning legal rights and obligations. Coordinate and develop the Company's advocacy position on future legislative and regulatory matters and participate in various industry trade organizations with focus on environmental issues. Review, negotiate and draft contracts and provide training to business teams. Assist in developing and planning programs, conducting presentations, and participating in other activities to educate the Company's officers and employees as to policies and procedures and legal compliance requirements. Participate in continuing legal education programs and other activities as necessary to keep informed of developments in the law, new and proposed statutes and regulations, economic and social issues and other matters of interest to the Company and the energy industry. Conduct legal due diligence for possible acquisitions and dispositions. Coordinate outside counsel's involvement in various matters. Communicate/interact with local, state and federal governmental agencies and outside counsel. Other duties as required. Must have a J.D. degree from an accredited law school and a strong academic record. Should have at least 2-5 years of prior law firm experience with environmental compliance and transactional matters. Experience with sectors such as oil and gas, refining, power generation and transmission, liquid natural gas (LNG), renewable resources, chemicals, manufacturing, technology, mining, construction, and their unique environmental concerns are appreciated. Being licensed by the State Bar of Texas is preferred; however, candidates from other jurisdictions will also be considered. Must be in good standing with his or her licensing state. Should have superior legal drafting and analysis skills. Must have excellent and effective communication skills, both written and verbal.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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