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Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance

Fremont CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance Responsibilities: Identify potential areas of compliance risk and vulnerability, and help develop additional policies and procedures to help minimize that risk. Conduct internal investigations, as needed, of potential violations of law or Tesla policy, and where investigations reveal gaps in controls, work with the business and Tesla's Internal Audit Team to put in place additional processes and controls. Conduct proposed vendor and third-party supplier screenings to identify and mitigate potential FCPA and OFAC non-compliance risks to assist Vehicle and Energy Sales teams with pre-contracting due diligence. Assist with the development and delivery of compliance training programs. Conduct periodic legal reviews of the Company's compliance program. Compile and analyze information from such legal reviews to propose revisions to compliance policies and procedures as needed. Keep abreast of regulatory developments to identify the potential impact to Tesla's business. Update legal and compliance department colleagues on developments regarding significant or emerging legal and compliance risks.

Requirements: A JD Degree or equivalent from an accredited law school is required. 10 years of work experience, including having working in an in-house compliance team at a publicly traded company. The ability to learn on the job and manage constantly changing priorities. Excellent customer service and written/verbal communication skills required. High level of professionalism with strong judgment and commitment to ethical issues. Must be detail oriented with outstanding organizational skills and the proven ability to handle multiple responsibilities simultaneously while maintaining high quality and performance under pressure. Ability to work independently and with a diverse set of personalities in a team environment. Must be able to successfully pass a pre-employment background check. The ideal candidate has the following personal characteristics. Results-driven, has a strong sense of urgency and is able to drive results. Business-minded and comfortable in an environment where ROI matters. Comfortable in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced environment where demands and priorities change rapidly. Able to effectively interact with, influence and collaborate with other members of the organization. Proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively, being resourceful, and taking on additional responsibility.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-04

Sr. Counsel, Compliance And Complex Litigation

Fremont CA Senior Counsel, Compliance and Complex Litigation The candidate will develop strategy and actively manage complex employment litigation, including wage and hour class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Develop and execute effective litigation management (including e-discovery), coordination with company witnesses and record custodians, and settlement strategies. Manage outside counsel handling employment litigation, including management of budgets, directing strategy, and reviewing pleadings and other documents. Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits. Provide legal advice and counsel and serve as subject-matter expert regarding Human Resources related compliance issues. Maintain an understanding of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to North American employment and labor laws. Work closely with outside counsel to manage risk and ensure that internal partners receive effective, business-focused employment law support. Licensed attorney with 8-10 years experience in employment litigation and advice and counseling, including knowledge of California labor and employment laws. Employment law and litigation experience at alaw firm or government agency, including experience defending wage and hour and/or Title VII class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Track record of working efficiently with a client-service focus in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Experience delivering advice and counsel to clients such as Human Resources particularly in the areas of California and federal labor and employment laws. Prior in-house work experience strongly preferred. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2020-07-01

Deputy General Counsel, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer

Menlo Park CA Deputy General Counsel, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer Duties: Oversee the growth and implementation of a world-class compliance program that operates to effectively identify and mitigate legal and regulatory risk and embed the highest standards of compliance and ethics across's global businesses. Areas of focus include: Financial crime risk (sanctions, AML, CFT, other illicit finance risk), Privacy, Antitrust/Competition, Anti-Corruption/FCPA, Insider trading, Conflicts of interest, Sales and marketing, Political Activities Compliance. Develop, maintain, and review policies, procedures, and processes to ensure enterprise-wide compliance with applicable internal and legal standards. Design, implement, and monitor controls across relevant parts of the company to mitigate the risk of illegal, unethical or improper conduct, including: Enterprise-wide and region-specific risk assessments to identify key risks, ensure compliance controls are designed and operating to mitigate those risks, ensure effective monitoring and testing, and ensure appropriate steps are taken to identify and remediate violations of compliance policies and procedures. Training to ensure awareness, understanding and compliance with company policies and procedures, laws, and regulations, including both initial training and annual refreshers and updates. Review/adapt whistle-blower procedures, reporting. Review/adapt record-keeping practices. Review/adapt process for dealing with violations of company policy, laws, and regulations. Auditing to ensure compliance. Provide regular feedback to the CEO, COO, General Counsel, management team, and Audit and Risk Management Committee of the Board of Directors regarding the design and operation of's global compliance program, key risks and issues, emerging trends, and the adequacy and effectiveness of compliance program operations and resourcing. Identify, propose, and implement appropriate technology solutions and compliance assurance systems to facilitate compliance with current and anticipated laws and regulations, including identifying and ensuring the quality of data and analytical methods needed to fulfill compliance oversight requirements. Organize and lead third-party supplier certification initiatives to ensure appropriate compliance by corporate partners. Act as the official source for documentation of's compliance activities, including tracking (e.g., dashboards, auditing) and remediation. Regularly meet and maintain positive relationships with teams across the company, including Legal, Operations, Engineering, Risk and Product Management to develop planning and implementation systems that support compliance objectives. Ensure the company stays current on applicable regulations and best practices, including monitoring trends and patterns across the payments platform to identify potential risks and take appropriate action to mitigate such risks. Manage audits and inspections from external parties and ensure findings are remediated appropriately. Ensure that appropriate internal and external investigations are conducted of any violations of compliance policies, laws and regulations, both alone and in collaboration with other internal stakeholders and outside counsel. Champion best practices, taking full accountability for an effective global compliance framework. Ensure that the compliance framework, programs and procedures are consistently meeting or exceeding the needs and expectations of a best-in-class compliance program and the highest standards of compliance, ethics and integrity. Take a proactive and strategic role in ensuring enterprise-wide compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and will do so in collaboration across business lines, management and the Board of Directors. Inspire and mentor accomplished and developing professionals to strive for higher levels of achievement.

Qualifications: 15+ years of proven compliance/risk controls experience in a large, complex organization that is of similar size, scale and complexity to ***. Non-lawyers will also be considered assuming a track record of compliance leadership expertise. Knowledge of all applicable significant regulatory compliance requirements, with an experience spotting emerging trends and hot issues Âť from both internal and external data. Experience with compliance training and oversight and a track record of implementing and creating a proactive compliance culture in which compliance and business objectives are mutually reinforcing. Experience developing integrated enterprise risk assessments, including experience in process and control mapping methodologies, in collaboration with global teams. Demonstrated track record of reporting to executive management, the board of directors and relevant committees on emerging trends and regulatory issues. Leadership, managerial, communications, negotiation, analytical, organizational, project management, strategic and/or operational planning skills, including a demonstrated experience managing both small and large global teams. Experience interacting and maintaining relationships with key regulatory authorities and other external stakeholders in a highly regulated environment. Organization skills and experience setting priorities, problem-solving, multi-tasking, analytical experience, a self-starter who works well independently and in a team in a dynamic, rapidly changing workplace. Preferred: Pragmatic, commercially oriented compliance leader who can keep pace with the demands of a rapidly changing and complex business by anticipating potential problems and proffering appropriate and effective solutions. Law firm and/or regulatory experience followed by an in-house role leading a global compliance function for a company with a comparable business and risk profile is preferred.
Legal 15 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-29

Director Of Compliance, Legal Counsel

Sacramento CA Director of Compliance, Legal Counsel Duties: Establish and maintain an effective, comprehensive Compliance Program. Develop, initiate, maintain and revise policies, procedures and practices to prevent, detect and respond appropriately to potentially non-compliant practices. Monitor, coordinate and keep a record of day-to-day compliance activities. Collaborate with other departments to direct compliance matters to appropriate channels for investigation and resolution. Consult with, and work collaboratively with, General Counsel and outside counsel to address legal compliance issues. Respond effectively to potential violations of applicable standards and develop and oversee a uniform system for documenting and resolving them. Develop compliance and audit work plans. Oversee all company audits. Help to develop and to bring Corrective Active Plans to closure. Oversee Compliance Hotline. Institute and maintain effective compliance communications. Conduct compliance training. Report to management and the governing body about compliance initiatives, activities and developments. Act as HIPAA Privacy Officer. Support GC in legal, compliance, regulatory, transactional, contract, managed care, and other healthcare, business, operational, and employment matters. Support the GC in the performance of the legal function, including the provision of broad based legal, strategic, and regulatory advice and services. Review, draft, negotiate, and provide oversight on a variety of healthcare and business transactions and contracts. Support the GC in the management of any disputed matters, record requests, and subpoena responses. Maintain excellent working relationships and work collaboratively with RCMG management and leadership. Manage, organize and perform a variety of activities simultaneously while maintaining accurate and complete records and files. Assist management personnel in obtaining clarification and/or additional information on statutory, regulatory and contractual requirements, as necessary.

Requirements: JD Degree required. 4+ years of experience in a healthcare compliance leadership role, law firm, or in-house legal department at a healthcare organization, such as a medical group, managed care health plan, health or hospital system required. 2+ years of experience acting as legal counsel preferred. Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with HIPAA privacy and corporate compliance programs required. Demonstrated knowledge and experience working for or with medical groups, IPAs, MSOs, health plans, DMHC, and other healthcare systems and managed care organizations is required. Demonstrated track record of serving in increasingly responsible compliance positions, and working collaboratively and effectively with others. Familiarity with Medi-Cal, Knox-Keene Act, HIPAA, physician fraud and abuse, Medicare, and other healthcare industry laws and regulations is preferred. Furtherance of the organization's strategic objectives, and development of creative and thoughtful solutions, taking into account the current legal and regulatory landscape, the organization's policies and procedures, and its current and future needs. Strong communication and leadership skills, including diplomacy, independence, integrity, and trustworthiness, while commanding respect of the senior management and executive team, governing body and other colleagues. Possess the demeanor, maturity, skill, discretion and professionalism to work and interact effectively with multiple and diverse constituencies who may be internal or external to RCMG, its subsidiary, and affiliates. Consistently exercise sound judgment, and strict maintenance of confidentiality. Proactively and effectively solve problems. Collaboration with others, and development of partnerships and good working relationships. Excellent legal research, writing, analytical, and communication skills. Excellent attention to detail, multi-tasking, time management, project management, and organization skills. Microsoft software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) expertise.
Legal 4 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-19

Senior Counsel, Ethics & Compliance

Santa Clara CA Senior Counsel, Ethics and Compliance The candidate will lead investigations while contributing to the execution of company next stage ethics and compliance program. Will be responsible for executing global initiatives focused on ethics and integrity, anti-bribery and corruption, FCPA, policy and regulatory compliance, and third-party due diligence, as well as managing training and awareness campaigns. In addition, will be responsible for conducting investigations and responding to inquiries around the globe. Also play a key role in identifying emerging risks, reporting on investigation trends, and collaborating with the team to develop global policy and process recommendations to deter and prevent future violations. This will include building and maintaining cross-functional partnerships to ensure company maintains industry-leading practices, working closely with the information security, internal audit, trade, security, and human resources teams. Conduct and oversee global investigations, including assessing the nature and potential severity of the issues, interviewing witnesses, collecting and reviewing documents, reaching findings, and then drafting investigative reports and reporting on outcomes. Manage and respond to all issues raised through the Ethics Helplines. Creatively build upon and drive awareness around compliance issues, including developing and delivering training on a broad range of risk topics, including competition law, anti-corruption, fraud, confidentiality, conflicts of interest, use of company assets, and insider trading. Serve as a subject matter expert to counsel the business on compliance risk. Counsel business leaders and commercial legal teams on compliance implications for new products and services, and advise on potential business impact of proposed changes to U.S. and international laws and regulations. Assess and respond to potential compliance, company policy, security, and privacy risks and regulatory requirements. Serve as point of contact and advisor for executives regarding ethics and compliance matters. Draft, update, and communicate policies and best practices to the business and stakeholders. Assist in performing routine risk assessments and monitoring of ongoing compliance in coordination with other compliance and operational assessment functions. Assist in managing anti-compliance and anti-corruption program, including partnering with the business, trade, and supply chain to ensure timely and effective third-party due diligence and compliance with global regulations. Support company engagement with government, industry, and peer groups on compliance issues.

The candidate should have J.D. from an accredited law school and 8+ years relevant experience, with both in-house and top-tier law firm experience, with substantial focus on compliance and investigations. Must have experience in conducting and overseeing internal investigations. Should have demonstrated ability to deliver practical guidance clearly and concisely as well as a consistent track record of being proactive, while managing multiple and complex projects, and prioritizing matters with minimal supervision. Thought leadership on ethics and compliance and capacity for complex problem-solving are required. Demonstrable experience influencing enterprise-wide change is needed. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, impeccable integrity, good judgment, strong analytical skills, flexible, pragmatic, and a keen sense of humor. Should demonstrable ability to drive global, enterprise-wide policies and practices. Must have demonstrated ability to support and collaborate with cross-functional executives (C-Suite, CISO, etc.).
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-18

Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities

San Francisco CA Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities The candidate will be responsible for: Assist in the design and implementation of company-wide government contracting compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on the company's compliance with international and U.S. federal, state, and municipal government contracting and procurement laws, rules, and regulations. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes, and training. Strong collaboration with clients, with other teams within Legal, and with cross-functional teams across the company, including HR, sales, commercial and product teams, to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 5+ years of compliance experience, including with the Federal Acquisition Regulations, FedRamp, and international government procurement regimes. Either in-house and/or at a global law firm experience. Experience with internet, technology, or telecommunications companies preferred. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2020-06-15
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Counsel, Content
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Location : Santa Monica, CA, United States

Counsel, Content Duties: Work directly with business teams in all phases of each Originals project, so it is important that have the ability to counsel business teams from both a business and legal perspective. At a high level, will be heavily invo... + read more

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Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance
Refer job# YDQN150403
 
Senior Corporate Counsel, Compliance Responsibilities: Identify potential areas of compliance risk and vulnerability, and help develop additional policies and procedures to help minimize that risk. Conduct internal investigations, as needed, of potential violations of law or Tesla policy, and where investigations reveal gaps in controls, work with the business and Tesla's Internal Audit Team to put in place additional processes and controls. Conduct proposed vendor and third-party supplier screenings to identify and mitigate potential FCPA and OFAC non-compliance risks to assist Vehicle and Energy Sales teams with pre-contracting due diligence. Assist with the development and delivery of compliance training programs. Conduct periodic legal reviews of the Company's compliance program. Compile and analyze information from such legal reviews to propose revisions to compliance policies and procedures as needed. Keep abreast of regulatory developments to identify the potential impact to Tesla's business. Update legal and compliance department colleagues on developments regarding significant or emerging legal and compliance risks.

Requirements: A JD Degree or equivalent from an accredited law school is required. 10 years of work experience, including having working in an in-house compliance team at a publicly traded company. The ability to learn on the job and manage constantly changing priorities. Excellent customer service and written/verbal communication skills required. High level of professionalism with strong judgment and commitment to ethical issues. Must be detail oriented with outstanding organizational skills and the proven ability to handle multiple responsibilities simultaneously while maintaining high quality and performance under pressure. Ability to work independently and with a diverse set of personalities in a team environment. Must be able to successfully pass a pre-employment background check. The ideal candidate has the following personal characteristics. Results-driven, has a strong sense of urgency and is able to drive results. Business-minded and comfortable in an environment where ROI matters. Comfortable in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced environment where demands and priorities change rapidly. Able to effectively interact with, influence and collaborate with other members of the organization. Proven track record of learning quickly, taking initiative, working proactively, being resourceful, and taking on additional responsibility.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Sr. Counsel, Compliance And Complex Litigation
Refer job# RQAT150371
 
Senior Counsel, Compliance and Complex Litigation The candidate will develop strategy and actively manage complex employment litigation, including wage and hour class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Develop and execute effective litigation management (including e-discovery), coordination with company witnesses and record custodians, and settlement strategies. Manage outside counsel handling employment litigation, including management of budgets, directing strategy, and reviewing pleadings and other documents. Respond to attorney demand letters and agency matters, including government-initiated inquiries and audits. Provide legal advice and counsel and serve as subject-matter expert regarding Human Resources related compliance issues. Maintain an understanding of current and emerging laws, regulations and trends related to North American employment and labor laws. Work closely with outside counsel to manage risk and ensure that internal partners receive effective, business-focused employment law support. Licensed attorney with 8-10 years experience in employment litigation and advice and counseling, including knowledge of California labor and employment laws. Employment law and litigation experience at alaw firm or government agency, including experience defending wage and hour and/or Title VII class actions, PAGA actions, and collective actions. Track record of working efficiently with a client-service focus in a fast-paced, dynamic environment. Experience delivering advice and counsel to clients such as Human Resources particularly in the areas of California and federal labor and employment laws. Prior in-house work experience strongly preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Deputy General Counsel, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer
Refer job# AXPT150358
 
Deputy General Counsel, Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer Duties: Oversee the growth and implementation of a world-class compliance program that operates to effectively identify and mitigate legal and regulatory risk and embed the highest standards of compliance and ethics across's global businesses. Areas of focus include: Financial crime risk (sanctions, AML, CFT, other illicit finance risk), Privacy, Antitrust/Competition, Anti-Corruption/FCPA, Insider trading, Conflicts of interest, Sales and marketing, Political Activities Compliance. Develop, maintain, and review policies, procedures, and processes to ensure enterprise-wide compliance with applicable internal and legal standards. Design, implement, and monitor controls across relevant parts of the company to mitigate the risk of illegal, unethical or improper conduct, including: Enterprise-wide and region-specific risk assessments to identify key risks, ensure compliance controls are designed and operating to mitigate those risks, ensure effective monitoring and testing, and ensure appropriate steps are taken to identify and remediate violations of compliance policies and procedures. Training to ensure awareness, understanding and compliance with company policies and procedures, laws, and regulations, including both initial training and annual refreshers and updates. Review/adapt whistle-blower procedures, reporting. Review/adapt record-keeping practices. Review/adapt process for dealing with violations of company policy, laws, and regulations. Auditing to ensure compliance. Provide regular feedback to the CEO, COO, General Counsel, management team, and Audit and Risk Management Committee of the Board of Directors regarding the design and operation of's global compliance program, key risks and issues, emerging trends, and the adequacy and effectiveness of compliance program operations and resourcing. Identify, propose, and implement appropriate technology solutions and compliance assurance systems to facilitate compliance with current and anticipated laws and regulations, including identifying and ensuring the quality of data and analytical methods needed to fulfill compliance oversight requirements. Organize and lead third-party supplier certification initiatives to ensure appropriate compliance by corporate partners. Act as the official source for documentation of's compliance activities, including tracking (e.g., dashboards, auditing) and remediation. Regularly meet and maintain positive relationships with teams across the company, including Legal, Operations, Engineering, Risk and Product Management to develop planning and implementation systems that support compliance objectives. Ensure the company stays current on applicable regulations and best practices, including monitoring trends and patterns across the payments platform to identify potential risks and take appropriate action to mitigate such risks. Manage audits and inspections from external parties and ensure findings are remediated appropriately. Ensure that appropriate internal and external investigations are conducted of any violations of compliance policies, laws and regulations, both alone and in collaboration with other internal stakeholders and outside counsel. Champion best practices, taking full accountability for an effective global compliance framework. Ensure that the compliance framework, programs and procedures are consistently meeting or exceeding the needs and expectations of a best-in-class compliance program and the highest standards of compliance, ethics and integrity. Take a proactive and strategic role in ensuring enterprise-wide compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and will do so in collaboration across business lines, management and the Board of Directors. Inspire and mentor accomplished and developing professionals to strive for higher levels of achievement.

Qualifications: 15+ years of proven compliance/risk controls experience in a large, complex organization that is of similar size, scale and complexity to ***. Non-lawyers will also be considered assuming a track record of compliance leadership expertise. Knowledge of all applicable significant regulatory compliance requirements, with an experience spotting emerging trends and hot issues Âť from both internal and external data. Experience with compliance training and oversight and a track record of implementing and creating a proactive compliance culture in which compliance and business objectives are mutually reinforcing. Experience developing integrated enterprise risk assessments, including experience in process and control mapping methodologies, in collaboration with global teams. Demonstrated track record of reporting to executive management, the board of directors and relevant committees on emerging trends and regulatory issues. Leadership, managerial, communications, negotiation, analytical, organizational, project management, strategic and/or operational planning skills, including a demonstrated experience managing both small and large global teams. Experience interacting and maintaining relationships with key regulatory authorities and other external stakeholders in a highly regulated environment. Organization skills and experience setting priorities, problem-solving, multi-tasking, analytical experience, a self-starter who works well independently and in a team in a dynamic, rapidly changing workplace. Preferred: Pragmatic, commercially oriented compliance leader who can keep pace with the demands of a rapidly changing and complex business by anticipating potential problems and proffering appropriate and effective solutions. Law firm and/or regulatory experience followed by an in-house role leading a global compliance function for a company with a comparable business and risk profile is preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Director Of Compliance, Legal Counsel
Refer job# DBBV150215
 
Director of Compliance, Legal Counsel Duties: Establish and maintain an effective, comprehensive Compliance Program. Develop, initiate, maintain and revise policies, procedures and practices to prevent, detect and respond appropriately to potentially non-compliant practices. Monitor, coordinate and keep a record of day-to-day compliance activities. Collaborate with other departments to direct compliance matters to appropriate channels for investigation and resolution. Consult with, and work collaboratively with, General Counsel and outside counsel to address legal compliance issues. Respond effectively to potential violations of applicable standards and develop and oversee a uniform system for documenting and resolving them. Develop compliance and audit work plans. Oversee all company audits. Help to develop and to bring Corrective Active Plans to closure. Oversee Compliance Hotline. Institute and maintain effective compliance communications. Conduct compliance training. Report to management and the governing body about compliance initiatives, activities and developments. Act as HIPAA Privacy Officer. Support GC in legal, compliance, regulatory, transactional, contract, managed care, and other healthcare, business, operational, and employment matters. Support the GC in the performance of the legal function, including the provision of broad based legal, strategic, and regulatory advice and services. Review, draft, negotiate, and provide oversight on a variety of healthcare and business transactions and contracts. Support the GC in the management of any disputed matters, record requests, and subpoena responses. Maintain excellent working relationships and work collaboratively with RCMG management and leadership. Manage, organize and perform a variety of activities simultaneously while maintaining accurate and complete records and files. Assist management personnel in obtaining clarification and/or additional information on statutory, regulatory and contractual requirements, as necessary.

Requirements: JD Degree required. 4+ years of experience in a healthcare compliance leadership role, law firm, or in-house legal department at a healthcare organization, such as a medical group, managed care health plan, health or hospital system required. 2+ years of experience acting as legal counsel preferred. Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with HIPAA privacy and corporate compliance programs required. Demonstrated knowledge and experience working for or with medical groups, IPAs, MSOs, health plans, DMHC, and other healthcare systems and managed care organizations is required. Demonstrated track record of serving in increasingly responsible compliance positions, and working collaboratively and effectively with others. Familiarity with Medi-Cal, Knox-Keene Act, HIPAA, physician fraud and abuse, Medicare, and other healthcare industry laws and regulations is preferred. Furtherance of the organization's strategic objectives, and development of creative and thoughtful solutions, taking into account the current legal and regulatory landscape, the organization's policies and procedures, and its current and future needs. Strong communication and leadership skills, including diplomacy, independence, integrity, and trustworthiness, while commanding respect of the senior management and executive team, governing body and other colleagues. Possess the demeanor, maturity, skill, discretion and professionalism to work and interact effectively with multiple and diverse constituencies who may be internal or external to RCMG, its subsidiary, and affiliates. Consistently exercise sound judgment, and strict maintenance of confidentiality. Proactively and effectively solve problems. Collaboration with others, and development of partnerships and good working relationships. Excellent legal research, writing, analytical, and communication skills. Excellent attention to detail, multi-tasking, time management, project management, and organization skills. Microsoft software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) expertise.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Senior Counsel, Ethics & Compliance
Refer job# QWHW150202
 
Senior Counsel, Ethics and Compliance The candidate will lead investigations while contributing to the execution of company next stage ethics and compliance program. Will be responsible for executing global initiatives focused on ethics and integrity, anti-bribery and corruption, FCPA, policy and regulatory compliance, and third-party due diligence, as well as managing training and awareness campaigns. In addition, will be responsible for conducting investigations and responding to inquiries around the globe. Also play a key role in identifying emerging risks, reporting on investigation trends, and collaborating with the team to develop global policy and process recommendations to deter and prevent future violations. This will include building and maintaining cross-functional partnerships to ensure company maintains industry-leading practices, working closely with the information security, internal audit, trade, security, and human resources teams. Conduct and oversee global investigations, including assessing the nature and potential severity of the issues, interviewing witnesses, collecting and reviewing documents, reaching findings, and then drafting investigative reports and reporting on outcomes. Manage and respond to all issues raised through the Ethics Helplines. Creatively build upon and drive awareness around compliance issues, including developing and delivering training on a broad range of risk topics, including competition law, anti-corruption, fraud, confidentiality, conflicts of interest, use of company assets, and insider trading. Serve as a subject matter expert to counsel the business on compliance risk. Counsel business leaders and commercial legal teams on compliance implications for new products and services, and advise on potential business impact of proposed changes to U.S. and international laws and regulations. Assess and respond to potential compliance, company policy, security, and privacy risks and regulatory requirements. Serve as point of contact and advisor for executives regarding ethics and compliance matters. Draft, update, and communicate policies and best practices to the business and stakeholders. Assist in performing routine risk assessments and monitoring of ongoing compliance in coordination with other compliance and operational assessment functions. Assist in managing anti-compliance and anti-corruption program, including partnering with the business, trade, and supply chain to ensure timely and effective third-party due diligence and compliance with global regulations. Support company engagement with government, industry, and peer groups on compliance issues.

The candidate should have J.D. from an accredited law school and 8+ years relevant experience, with both in-house and top-tier law firm experience, with substantial focus on compliance and investigations. Must have experience in conducting and overseeing internal investigations. Should have demonstrated ability to deliver practical guidance clearly and concisely as well as a consistent track record of being proactive, while managing multiple and complex projects, and prioritizing matters with minimal supervision. Thought leadership on ethics and compliance and capacity for complex problem-solving are required. Demonstrable experience influencing enterprise-wide change is needed. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, impeccable integrity, good judgment, strong analytical skills, flexible, pragmatic, and a keen sense of humor. Should demonstrable ability to drive global, enterprise-wide policies and practices. Must have demonstrated ability to support and collaborate with cross-functional executives (C-Suite, CISO, etc.).
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities
Refer job# XAGA150150
 
Lead Compliance Counsel - Government Contracts And Political Activities The candidate will be responsible for: Assist in the design and implementation of company-wide government contracting compliance programs and initiatives. Advise on the company's compliance with international and U.S. federal, state, and municipal government contracting and procurement laws, rules, and regulations. Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes, and training. Strong collaboration with clients, with other teams within Legal, and with cross-functional teams across the company, including HR, sales, commercial and product teams, to coordinate compliance programs and initiatives. Undertake special projects and support other compliance program initiatives. Must have J.D. degree and membership in at least one U.S. state bar. Should have 5+ years of compliance experience, including with the Federal Acquisition Regulations, FedRamp, and international government procurement regimes. Either in-house and/or at a global law firm experience. Experience with internet, technology, or telecommunications companies preferred.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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