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Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel

Laredo TX Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. Will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed.Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. Law. Must have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history. Legal 1 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-18

Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel

Plano TX Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. The Compliance Counsel will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed. Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. law. Should have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history. Closing Date - Oct 17, 2018, 10:29:00 AM. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-15

Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel

Irving TX Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. The Compliance Counsel will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed. Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. law. Should have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history. Closing Date - Oct 17, 2018, 10:29:00 AM. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-15

Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel

Houston TX Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. The Compliance Counsel will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed. Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. law. Should have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history. Closing Date - Oct 17, 2018, 10:29:00 AM. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-15

Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel

Edinburg TX Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. The Compliance Counsel will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed. Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. law. Should have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history. Closing Date - Oct 17, 2018, 10:29:00 AM. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-15

Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel

Corpus Christi TX Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. The Compliance Counsel will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed. Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. law. Should have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history. Closing Date - Oct 17, 2018, 10:29:00 AM. Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-15

Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Vendor Policy and Compliance

San Francisco CA Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Vendor Policy and Compliance California - San Francisco Job Category Legal Job Details Description: The Salesforce Legal Team delivers innovative, trusted and world-class legal services to advance and protect Salesforce's interests while creating a fulfilling work environment for our Legal family. The Senior Corporate Counsel/Director will bring significant transactional and ideally also policy experience to lead our vendor policy and compliance efforts, including initiatives designed to minimize Salesforce s risk when engaging third party providers of goods, services, and technology, and to ensure such providers comply with applicable privacy, anti-corruption, and labor laws and regulations. This is predominantly a non-transactional position for a candidate with transactional experience who desires to focus on the policies and processes associated with vendor contractual and legal compliance. The successful candidate will join the Salesforce Procurement Legal team and will be based in our San Francisco office. Responsibilities Create, update, and manage a wide variety of procurement contract templates and playbooks for Salesforce s purchase of goods, services, and technology from third party providers. Partner with our Commercial Legal team to understand and track Salesforce s obligations to its customers, and create contracts, policies, and processes that ensure our vendors and subcontractors fulfill such obligations. Track laws and regulations to which Salesforce is subject as a provider of technology and services to government customers, ensuring associated policies and processes for Salesforce s subcontractors and subprocessors are implemented. Develop creative process improvements that enable Salesforce to scale its vendor engagement efforts while thoughtfully protecting the company from legal and regulatory risk. Represent Procurement Legal related to Salesforce s M&A and integration efforts. Create and deliver training programs for Salesforce employees and vendors related to vendor risk management. Required Skills/Experience: Strong academic credentials and admission to one state bar. Ten years or more relevant experience, with at least three years as transactional legal counsel working with enterprises including multinational public companies. In-house experience developing and implementing policies and processes, preferably at a fast-growing multinational public company. Sound judgment, creativity, and the ability to think strategically; ability to give practical advice appropriately weighing legal and business objectives. Excellent communicator (in English) with the ability to build relationships and influence stakeholders at all levels and varying functions across the company. Self-starter and ability to work with limited direction. Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects and competing priorities in a fast-paced, fluid, and deadline-driven environment. Deliberate and thoughtful, but with a strong sense of urgency to get things done Intellectual curiosity and interest in the technology industry. Entrepreneurial mindset and willingness to take on special projects. Desired Skills: Knowledge and experience in relation to commercial law, software and web services, and general familiarity with IP and technology licensing, anti-corruption, marketing, advertising, data privacy and security, and compliance. Experience advising on direct procurement transactions. Sense of humor. *LI-Y Posting Statement Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org are Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employers. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status. Headhunters and recruitment agencies may not submit resumes/CVs through this Web site or directly to managers. Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org do not accept unsolicited headhunter and agency resumes. Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org will not pay fees to any third-party agency or company that does not have a signed agreement with Salesforce.com or Salesforce.org. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance and the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring, Salesforce will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. Posted Today Full time JR21130 Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-12

Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel

Charlotte NC Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel #3655 Add to Bookmarks Refer a Friend Share Charlotte, NC Functional Group [Function] Legal Full-time Full-time Posting Location Requisition Number 3655 Area of Interest Legal City Charlotte Job Description JOB SUMMARY: The Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel will be a member of the Legal Department who will lead Toshiba America Energy Systems (TAES) Corporation's insurance risk management functions, including evaluating risk, providing risk oversight and analysis, working with leadership, field operations and insurance companies to identify, review, mitigate and monitor internal and external risks, and monitor and facilitate proper implementation and ongoing operation of insurance policies related to risk. In addition to risk and compliance, this role will support overflow commercial work from other counsel and the Contract Manager. RESPONSIBILITIES: Risk Management (60% of Time): Lead Toshiba America Energy Systems (TAES) Corporation's insurance risk management functions, including evaluating risk, providing risk oversight and analysis, working with leadership, field operations and insurance companies to identify, review, mitigate and monitor internal and external risks. Monitor and facilitate the proper implementation and ongoing operation of insurance policies related to risk. Primary duties and responsibilities of this role will include (1) insurance program management, (2) claims management, and (3) support to the finance and accounting team in regard to Letters of Credit and Bonds management. Risk Management includes the following activities: 1) Insurance Program Management: a) Manage all facets of the TAES insurance risk management function, including procurement and maintenance of project-specific insurance policies and risk mitigation to ensure financial protection of assets and reduce and control risks. b) Liaison with Toshiba parent companies and affiliates for placement of corporate-wide insurance policies. c) Coordinate with Toshiba parent company and affiliates to ensure timely placement of renewals and/or new insurance products. d) Evaluate and assesses the type of project-specific insurance product to be purchased and compile required underwriting information and applications. e) Analyze and advise regarding financial risks of the various coverages. f) Manage risk audits by the insurance carriers. g) Establish and maintain standard contract insurance requirements; review proposed contracts and analyze contractual insurance risks prior to contract approval. h) Provide training to TAES employees on risk management. 2) Claims Management: a) Lead claims management process from time of initial reporting to final closure of claim (in close working relationship with other members of legal department, human resources, and business unit leads). b) Establish, monitor and ensure compliance with claims management practices. c) Report insurance exposure, claims and statistics to senior management. d) Work closely with other departments and business units to establish procedures for delivery of claim information (i.e., reports, investigation, and analysis). e) Direct the claims management program to ensure the proper and efficient handling of claims in accordance with standard and internal claims handling best practices. f) Establish and maintain relationships with adjusters, outside legal counsel, and other claims-related parties. g) Assess all decisions made by third-party claim administrators to ensure accuracy and consistency Compliance Management (25% of Time): In addition to managing the TAES insurance risk program, this role will be primarily responsible to support Toshiba America Energy Systems Corporation's regulatory compliance, permit, and licensing processes and procedures. Key duties and responsibilities of this role will include: 1) Support paralegal on all facets of the Company's licensing process, including the application, maintenance, and renewal of various business, engineering, construction, and specialty licenses which are required by law and/or regulatory process to be obtained for TAES to conduct business in various states and, as necessary, foreign jurisdictions. 2) Prepare applications and correspondence with various licensing boards, including DOE, COE, BLM, and various state boards and agencies to obtain and maintain licenses for engineering and construction project activities. 3) Interface with various regulatory bodies and licensing boards to ensure compliance with federal, state and local licensing laws and regulations. 4) Track and report on license application status, renewals, amendments and allegations of non-compliance and perform other administrative tasks necessary to ensure licenses are in good-standing. 5) Coordinate with Company business units and human resources to identify qualified employees who may serve as license holders for license applications. 6) Serve as liaison with Company business units to proactively identify licensing needs for new projects and new bid opportunities. 7) Enhance communications among business units, legal, finance, HR and other functions to ensure compliance with all federal and state licensing requirements. 8) Communicate technical and commercial information, concepts, and ideas verbally and in writing to licensing boards and regulatory bodies. Contract Management Support (15% of Time): In addition to risk and compliance, this role will support overflow commercial work from other counsel and the Contract Manager. Key duties and responsibilities of this role will include: 1) Contract Review: a) Liaison with business units, supply chain, and other counsel to timely review incoming contracts. b) Assure Terms and Conditions are understood by business units and acceptable for work. 2) Dispute Resolution a) Assist business units to resolve disputes and preserve causes of action. TRAVEL: Approximately 25% as needed EDUCATION AND TRAINING: Juris Doctor from an ABA accredited law school and licensure in at least one state jurisdiction required; preferably North Carolina or Wisconsin. CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES: Member of the bar. Certifications in CPCU, ARM, CCEP and other insurance, risk management, or compliance disciplines will be viewed favorably. Job Title Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel Company Toshiba America Energy Systems State North Carolina Requirements SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: Minimum Qualifications Minimum of 2 years in-house law department experience. Working knowledge of insurance policy terms and coverages, loss prevention and claims management process. Strong fundamentals in finance and a technical ability to understand insurance policies. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to function as an effective member of the legal department to support risk management, compliance, and contract efforts. Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain productive working relationships across organizational boundaries to elicit information, credibly advise, and effectively influence. Demeanor that reflects personal integrity, initiative, flexibility, responsiveness, and confidentiality in all areas of responsibility. Demonstrated ability to focus on details while maintaining the broader overall perspective. Demonstrated problem solving and decision making skills. Ability to multi-task and change from one task to another without loss of efficiency or composure. Desired Qualifications Direct experience working for an insurance company, insurance broker, underwriter or claims adjusters on corporate insurance risk matters. 5+ years of business experience, preferably in an insurance risk management setting. Basic knowledge of insurance laws and regulations; ability to negotiate commercial contract terms. Direct experience with completing engineering and construction licensing applications. Commercial experience in the energy sector. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite: Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Experience working with overseas operations, preferably for a U.S. subsidiary of a foreign parent corporation. Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-12

Assistant General Counsel -compliance

Warwick RI Assistant General Counsel -Compliance The candidate responsible for support of legacy Bard Business Units within BD. Essential Job Functions: Participating in the continued development and implementation of BD s Compliance Program. Monitoring compliance trends and sharing best practices. Providing advice, on an on-going basis, to business personnel on compliance matters in connection with the day-to-day operation of the company s business. Developing, implementing and presenting division and function-specific training programs (including developing training content internally, working with third-party vendors, and presenting and implementing training programs). Regularly communicating with employees on compliance matters through newsletters, meeting presentations and other media. Developing and implementing auditing and monitoring programs to evaluate the company s compliance with applicable laws, regulations and company policies (includes working with third-party vendors as needed to develop such programs). Drafting company policies. Participating in and managing investigations (including oversight of outside counsel, if required), and preparing investigation reports. Supporting maintenance of database of compliance-related investigations. Reviewing education and research grant proposals, charitable contributions and sponsorships. Reviewing corporate copy and advertising copy as needed. Participating in BD-wide Compliance projects on a regular basis.

A Law degree and admission to the Bar required. Should have 5+ years legal/compliance background in healthcare compliance, preferably within medical device or pharma company. Must have proven record of accomplishment in the areas of compliance policies, training, auditing, monitoring and investigations. Ability to work effectively with business personnel at all levels is desired. Ability to work independently, but also accept direction from BDI Compliance Lead, and/or General Counsel is desired. Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to relate easily with all levels within the organization is preferred.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2018-10-05

PGS Compliance Counsel

Peapack NJ PGS Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the execution of company s Compliance program for colleagues within the company s Global Supply (PGS) organization. Reporting to the PGS Compliance Lead in the GxP Compliance Group. Serves as a compliance advisor to the global PGS organization. At the direction of the PGS Compliance Lead, the PGS Compliance Counsel will be responsible for assisting the PGS organization to maintain a state of compliance including providing training and workshops on company s compliance expectations to PGS sites across the globe; developing communications strategies to establish a tone of compliance and integrity; engaging with the PGS Quality and Compliance Committee and other committees, as applicable, responsible for quality and compliance oversight of PGS; and providing proactive compliance support to key areas within the PGS organization. The PGS Compliance Counsel has a close working relationship with the other attorneys supporting PGS and regular communication and coordination with other Compliance and Legal colleagues, including the REG Law team and the Compliance Investigations, Risk Assessment, Monitoring and Analytics and Policy and Strategic Operations groups within Compliance, as well as with Internal Audit. Implement company s Compliance program for the PGS organization globally at the direction of the PGS Compliance Lead. Analyze compliance related data and trends (e.g. audits, inspections, investigations, etc.) to proactively identify areas of risk. Manage and engage in proactive worldwide compliance activities for PGS colleagues including: training and outreach efforts, including development and/or execution of training curriculum in key areas; assistance in the identification, assessment and mitigation of risk; researching and monitoring emerging trends and changes to the political, legal and regulatory landscape by working with the businesses and other colleagues; implementation of corporate and divisional policies and procedures and the development of group or division-specific guidance or policies as needed; creative thinking to develop additional tools and controls to drive compliance and enhance a culture of integrity; and support compliance certifications required under company s policies and procedures. Coordination of compliance-related communications, including updates to PGS leadership on external enforcement environment activity and other compliance-related issues of importance, including investigation trends involving PGS colleagues and enterprise-wide compliance initiatives. At the direction of the PGS Compliance Lead, management of enterprise-wide risk and the implementation of company-wide controls in key areas including manufacturing quality, supply chain, EHS, import-export control and other key areas by ensuring consistent interpretation of policies/procedures and the development of new policies, procedures, or guidance as needed; engaging in risk assessment activities to identify continuous enhancement opportunities; provide advice and counsel to both process owners in the PGS organization, and serve as subject matter expert for other Compliance Division colleagues (BU Compliance Leads, RCLs, Global Investigations and Risk Assessment group, the Compliance Monitoring and Analytics team, and the Policy and Strategic Operations Team) on these topics. Provide significant support to ensure the effective operation of the PGS Quality and Compliance Committee. Act as liaison to subject matter experts for colleagues in PGS on topics including healthcare law and other compliance topics including HCP engagement, GPIHP, transparency laws, FCPA compliance, conflicts of interest, and support the management of related SOPs and guidance documents, as needed. Work with the Compliance Investigations group to understand the docket of compliance investigations across PGS and monitor trends to report to PGS QCC and support remediation efforts, as needed, and in coordination with the BU Compliance Leads or Regional Compliance leads. Oversee proactive reviews and special projects designed to identify and mitigate compliance risks involving PGS. Provide compliance support for integration or business reorganization activities that impact PGS, as appropriate.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree required; Juris Doctor or related advanced degree strongly preferred. Proven capabilities, including 8+ years of law firm and corporate professional experience in advising clients concerning legal and/or regulatory requirements applicable to the manufacturing, GMP, procurement, import (customs), export, international trade, marketing and/or promotion of pharmaceutical and biologics products, services and technologies related to dosage forms and solutions provided to healthcare and related industries. Experience in data analytics preferred. Experience in healthcare compliance, healthcare law and policy, regulatory law, FCPA or other commercial legal or transactions practice preferred. Willingness to travel domestically and internationally. Deadline: October 3, 2018.
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Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel
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Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. Will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed.Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. Law. Must have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel
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Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. The Compliance Counsel will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed. Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. law. Should have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history. Closing Date - Oct 17, 2018, 10:29:00 AM.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel
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Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. The Compliance Counsel will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed. Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. law. Should have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history. Closing Date - Oct 17, 2018, 10:29:00 AM.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel
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Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. The Compliance Counsel will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed. Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. law. Should have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history. Closing Date - Oct 17, 2018, 10:29:00 AM.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel
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Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. The Compliance Counsel will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed. Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. law. Should have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history. Closing Date - Oct 17, 2018, 10:29:00 AM.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel Ipsd Compliance Counsel
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Senior Corporate Counsel IPSD Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for collaborating with the Enterprise Legal Compliance group, subject matter experts in all areas of compliance, and the Division Compliance Manager for IPSD, to help IPSD employees understand and manage compliance risk. The Compliance Counsel will leverage prior significant regulatory or compliance experience to serve both US and UK IPSD facilities, and collaborate with regional counsel to serve other IPSD facilities. The attorney may also provide commercial or other legal support to IPSD business units as needed. Requires a law degree, as well as considerable experience in the practice of U.S. law. Should have significant experience with regulatory and/or compliance issues. Must have solid knowledge of Caterpillar's worldwide operations, policies, objectives, and history. Closing Date - Oct 17, 2018, 10:29:00 AM.
 
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Vendor Policy and Compliance
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Senior Corporate Counsel, Global Vendor Policy and Compliance California - San Francisco Job Category Legal Job Details Description: The Salesforce Legal Team delivers innovative, trusted and world-class legal services to advance and protect Salesforce's interests while creating a fulfilling work environment for our Legal family. The Senior Corporate Counsel/Director will bring significant transactional and ideally also policy experience to lead our vendor policy and compliance efforts, including initiatives designed to minimize Salesforce s risk when engaging third party providers of goods, services, and technology, and to ensure such providers comply with applicable privacy, anti-corruption, and labor laws and regulations. This is predominantly a non-transactional position for a candidate with transactional experience who desires to focus on the policies and processes associated with vendor contractual and legal compliance. The successful candidate will join the Salesforce Procurement Legal team and will be based in our San Francisco office. Responsibilities Create, update, and manage a wide variety of procurement contract templates and playbooks for Salesforce s purchase of goods, services, and technology from third party providers. Partner with our Commercial Legal team to understand and track Salesforce s obligations to its customers, and create contracts, policies, and processes that ensure our vendors and subcontractors fulfill such obligations. Track laws and regulations to which Salesforce is subject as a provider of technology and services to government customers, ensuring associated policies and processes for Salesforce s subcontractors and subprocessors are implemented. Develop creative process improvements that enable Salesforce to scale its vendor engagement efforts while thoughtfully protecting the company from legal and regulatory risk. Represent Procurement Legal related to Salesforce s M&A and integration efforts. Create and deliver training programs for Salesforce employees and vendors related to vendor risk management. Required Skills/Experience: Strong academic credentials and admission to one state bar. Ten years or more relevant experience, with at least three years as transactional legal counsel working with enterprises including multinational public companies. In-house experience developing and implementing policies and processes, preferably at a fast-growing multinational public company. Sound judgment, creativity, and the ability to think strategically; ability to give practical advice appropriately weighing legal and business objectives. Excellent communicator (in English) with the ability to build relationships and influence stakeholders at all levels and varying functions across the company. Self-starter and ability to work with limited direction. Detail-oriented with excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects and competing priorities in a fast-paced, fluid, and deadline-driven environment. Deliberate and thoughtful, but with a strong sense of urgency to get things done Intellectual curiosity and interest in the technology industry. Entrepreneurial mindset and willingness to take on special projects. Desired Skills: Knowledge and experience in relation to commercial law, software and web services, and general familiarity with IP and technology licensing, anti-corruption, marketing, advertising, data privacy and security, and compliance. Experience advising on direct procurement transactions. Sense of humor. *LI-Y Posting Statement Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org are Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employers. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender perception or identity, national origin, age, marital status, protected veteran status, or disability status. Headhunters and recruitment agencies may not submit resumes/CVs through this Web site or directly to managers. Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org do not accept unsolicited headhunter and agency resumes. Salesforce.com and Salesforce.org will not pay fees to any third-party agency or company that does not have a signed agreement with Salesforce.com or Salesforce.org. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance and the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring, Salesforce will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. Posted Today Full time JR21130
 
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Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel
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Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel #3655 Add to Bookmarks Refer a Friend Share Charlotte, NC Functional Group [Function] Legal Full-time Full-time Posting Location Requisition Number 3655 Area of Interest Legal City Charlotte Job Description JOB SUMMARY: The Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel will be a member of the Legal Department who will lead Toshiba America Energy Systems (TAES) Corporation's insurance risk management functions, including evaluating risk, providing risk oversight and analysis, working with leadership, field operations and insurance companies to identify, review, mitigate and monitor internal and external risks, and monitor and facilitate proper implementation and ongoing operation of insurance policies related to risk. In addition to risk and compliance, this role will support overflow commercial work from other counsel and the Contract Manager. RESPONSIBILITIES: Risk Management (60% of Time): Lead Toshiba America Energy Systems (TAES) Corporation's insurance risk management functions, including evaluating risk, providing risk oversight and analysis, working with leadership, field operations and insurance companies to identify, review, mitigate and monitor internal and external risks. Monitor and facilitate the proper implementation and ongoing operation of insurance policies related to risk. Primary duties and responsibilities of this role will include (1) insurance program management, (2) claims management, and (3) support to the finance and accounting team in regard to Letters of Credit and Bonds management. Risk Management includes the following activities: 1) Insurance Program Management: a) Manage all facets of the TAES insurance risk management function, including procurement and maintenance of project-specific insurance policies and risk mitigation to ensure financial protection of assets and reduce and control risks. b) Liaison with Toshiba parent companies and affiliates for placement of corporate-wide insurance policies. c) Coordinate with Toshiba parent company and affiliates to ensure timely placement of renewals and/or new insurance products. d) Evaluate and assesses the type of project-specific insurance product to be purchased and compile required underwriting information and applications. e) Analyze and advise regarding financial risks of the various coverages. f) Manage risk audits by the insurance carriers. g) Establish and maintain standard contract insurance requirements; review proposed contracts and analyze contractual insurance risks prior to contract approval. h) Provide training to TAES employees on risk management. 2) Claims Management: a) Lead claims management process from time of initial reporting to final closure of claim (in close working relationship with other members of legal department, human resources, and business unit leads). b) Establish, monitor and ensure compliance with claims management practices. c) Report insurance exposure, claims and statistics to senior management. d) Work closely with other departments and business units to establish procedures for delivery of claim information (i.e., reports, investigation, and analysis). e) Direct the claims management program to ensure the proper and efficient handling of claims in accordance with standard and internal claims handling best practices. f) Establish and maintain relationships with adjusters, outside legal counsel, and other claims-related parties. g) Assess all decisions made by third-party claim administrators to ensure accuracy and consistency Compliance Management (25% of Time): In addition to managing the TAES insurance risk program, this role will be primarily responsible to support Toshiba America Energy Systems Corporation's regulatory compliance, permit, and licensing processes and procedures. Key duties and responsibilities of this role will include: 1) Support paralegal on all facets of the Company's licensing process, including the application, maintenance, and renewal of various business, engineering, construction, and specialty licenses which are required by law and/or regulatory process to be obtained for TAES to conduct business in various states and, as necessary, foreign jurisdictions. 2) Prepare applications and correspondence with various licensing boards, including DOE, COE, BLM, and various state boards and agencies to obtain and maintain licenses for engineering and construction project activities. 3) Interface with various regulatory bodies and licensing boards to ensure compliance with federal, state and local licensing laws and regulations. 4) Track and report on license application status, renewals, amendments and allegations of non-compliance and perform other administrative tasks necessary to ensure licenses are in good-standing. 5) Coordinate with Company business units and human resources to identify qualified employees who may serve as license holders for license applications. 6) Serve as liaison with Company business units to proactively identify licensing needs for new projects and new bid opportunities. 7) Enhance communications among business units, legal, finance, HR and other functions to ensure compliance with all federal and state licensing requirements. 8) Communicate technical and commercial information, concepts, and ideas verbally and in writing to licensing boards and regulatory bodies. Contract Management Support (15% of Time): In addition to risk and compliance, this role will support overflow commercial work from other counsel and the Contract Manager. Key duties and responsibilities of this role will include: 1) Contract Review: a) Liaison with business units, supply chain, and other counsel to timely review incoming contracts. b) Assure Terms and Conditions are understood by business units and acceptable for work. 2) Dispute Resolution a) Assist business units to resolve disputes and preserve causes of action. TRAVEL: Approximately 25% as needed EDUCATION AND TRAINING: Juris Doctor from an ABA accredited law school and licensure in at least one state jurisdiction required; preferably North Carolina or Wisconsin. CERTIFICATIONS AND LICENSES: Member of the bar. Certifications in CPCU, ARM, CCEP and other insurance, risk management, or compliance disciplines will be viewed favorably. Job Title Corporate Risk & Compliance Counsel Company Toshiba America Energy Systems State North Carolina Requirements SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE: Minimum Qualifications Minimum of 2 years in-house law department experience. Working knowledge of insurance policy terms and coverages, loss prevention and claims management process. Strong fundamentals in finance and a technical ability to understand insurance policies. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to function as an effective member of the legal department to support risk management, compliance, and contract efforts. Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain productive working relationships across organizational boundaries to elicit information, credibly advise, and effectively influence. Demeanor that reflects personal integrity, initiative, flexibility, responsiveness, and confidentiality in all areas of responsibility. Demonstrated ability to focus on details while maintaining the broader overall perspective. Demonstrated problem solving and decision making skills. Ability to multi-task and change from one task to another without loss of efficiency or composure. Desired Qualifications Direct experience working for an insurance company, insurance broker, underwriter or claims adjusters on corporate insurance risk matters. 5+ years of business experience, preferably in an insurance risk management setting. Basic knowledge of insurance laws and regulations; ability to negotiate commercial contract terms. Direct experience with completing engineering and construction licensing applications. Commercial experience in the energy sector. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite: Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Experience working with overseas operations, preferably for a U.S. subsidiary of a foreign parent corporation.
 
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Assistant General Counsel -compliance
Refer job# GBWQ140907
 
Assistant General Counsel -Compliance The candidate responsible for support of legacy Bard Business Units within BD. Essential Job Functions: Participating in the continued development and implementation of BD s Compliance Program. Monitoring compliance trends and sharing best practices. Providing advice, on an on-going basis, to business personnel on compliance matters in connection with the day-to-day operation of the company s business. Developing, implementing and presenting division and function-specific training programs (including developing training content internally, working with third-party vendors, and presenting and implementing training programs). Regularly communicating with employees on compliance matters through newsletters, meeting presentations and other media. Developing and implementing auditing and monitoring programs to evaluate the company s compliance with applicable laws, regulations and company policies (includes working with third-party vendors as needed to develop such programs). Drafting company policies. Participating in and managing investigations (including oversight of outside counsel, if required), and preparing investigation reports. Supporting maintenance of database of compliance-related investigations. Reviewing education and research grant proposals, charitable contributions and sponsorships. Reviewing corporate copy and advertising copy as needed. Participating in BD-wide Compliance projects on a regular basis.

A Law degree and admission to the Bar required. Should have 5+ years legal/compliance background in healthcare compliance, preferably within medical device or pharma company. Must have proven record of accomplishment in the areas of compliance policies, training, auditing, monitoring and investigations. Ability to work effectively with business personnel at all levels is desired. Ability to work independently, but also accept direction from BDI Compliance Lead, and/or General Counsel is desired. Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to relate easily with all levels within the organization is preferred.
 
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PGS Compliance Counsel
Refer job# HFAO140846
 
PGS Compliance Counsel The candidate will be responsible for the execution of company s Compliance program for colleagues within the company s Global Supply (PGS) organization. Reporting to the PGS Compliance Lead in the GxP Compliance Group. Serves as a compliance advisor to the global PGS organization. At the direction of the PGS Compliance Lead, the PGS Compliance Counsel will be responsible for assisting the PGS organization to maintain a state of compliance including providing training and workshops on company s compliance expectations to PGS sites across the globe; developing communications strategies to establish a tone of compliance and integrity; engaging with the PGS Quality and Compliance Committee and other committees, as applicable, responsible for quality and compliance oversight of PGS; and providing proactive compliance support to key areas within the PGS organization. The PGS Compliance Counsel has a close working relationship with the other attorneys supporting PGS and regular communication and coordination with other Compliance and Legal colleagues, including the REG Law team and the Compliance Investigations, Risk Assessment, Monitoring and Analytics and Policy and Strategic Operations groups within Compliance, as well as with Internal Audit. Implement company s Compliance program for the PGS organization globally at the direction of the PGS Compliance Lead. Analyze compliance related data and trends (e.g. audits, inspections, investigations, etc.) to proactively identify areas of risk. Manage and engage in proactive worldwide compliance activities for PGS colleagues including: training and outreach efforts, including development and/or execution of training curriculum in key areas; assistance in the identification, assessment and mitigation of risk; researching and monitoring emerging trends and changes to the political, legal and regulatory landscape by working with the businesses and other colleagues; implementation of corporate and divisional policies and procedures and the development of group or division-specific guidance or policies as needed; creative thinking to develop additional tools and controls to drive compliance and enhance a culture of integrity; and support compliance certifications required under company s policies and procedures. Coordination of compliance-related communications, including updates to PGS leadership on external enforcement environment activity and other compliance-related issues of importance, including investigation trends involving PGS colleagues and enterprise-wide compliance initiatives. At the direction of the PGS Compliance Lead, management of enterprise-wide risk and the implementation of company-wide controls in key areas including manufacturing quality, supply chain, EHS, import-export control and other key areas by ensuring consistent interpretation of policies/procedures and the development of new policies, procedures, or guidance as needed; engaging in risk assessment activities to identify continuous enhancement opportunities; provide advice and counsel to both process owners in the PGS organization, and serve as subject matter expert for other Compliance Division colleagues (BU Compliance Leads, RCLs, Global Investigations and Risk Assessment group, the Compliance Monitoring and Analytics team, and the Policy and Strategic Operations Team) on these topics. Provide significant support to ensure the effective operation of the PGS Quality and Compliance Committee. Act as liaison to subject matter experts for colleagues in PGS on topics including healthcare law and other compliance topics including HCP engagement, GPIHP, transparency laws, FCPA compliance, conflicts of interest, and support the management of related SOPs and guidance documents, as needed. Work with the Compliance Investigations group to understand the docket of compliance investigations across PGS and monitor trends to report to PGS QCC and support remediation efforts, as needed, and in coordination with the BU Compliance Leads or Regional Compliance leads. Oversee proactive reviews and special projects designed to identify and mitigate compliance risks involving PGS. Provide compliance support for integration or business reorganization activities that impact PGS, as appropriate.

Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree required; Juris Doctor or related advanced degree strongly preferred. Proven capabilities, including 8+ years of law firm and corporate professional experience in advising clients concerning legal and/or regulatory requirements applicable to the manufacturing, GMP, procurement, import (customs), export, international trade, marketing and/or promotion of pharmaceutical and biologics products, services and technologies related to dosage forms and solutions provided to healthcare and related industries. Experience in data analytics preferred. Experience in healthcare compliance, healthcare law and policy, regulatory law, FCPA or other commercial legal or transactions practice preferred. Willingness to travel domestically and internationally. Deadline: October 3, 2018.
 
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