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Government Commercial Counsel

Wilmington NC Government Commercial Counsel Responsibilities: Provide cradle-to-grave legal advice and assistance to affiliated entities on US government (federal, state and local) business opportunities, ranging from procurements (commercial and non-commercial) to financial assistance agreements (grants and cooperative agreements). Advise GEH and affiliated entities in connection with development of and compliance with government contract flow-down requirements, including for opportunities where may be serving as the Prime Contractor or Subcontractor, or as the Recipient or Subrecipient. Actively support both P&Ls (NPP, Fuels & Services) as well as key functional leaders (e.g., Sales, Sourcing, Commercial Operations, Finance and Enterprise Risk) in evaluating and responding to government solicitations and funding opportunity announcements. Structure, negotiate, and close complex commercial transactions with or for government (including but not limited to technology development, engineering services, digital offerings). Structure, negotiate, and close complex business development deals/transactions involving or affecting government business. Interpret provisions of government contracts, grants and cooperative agreements, and any applicable laws and regulations, including but not limited to US Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Parts 12 and 15 (and applicable agency supplements, in particular DEAR and DFAR), TCoPD, Cost Principles and Cost Accounting Standards, and Domestic Product Preferences. Advise the business on government contract compliance and ethics requirements, including but not limited to SAM registration, other representations and certifications, truthful cost and pricing disclosures, organizational conflicts of interest, and other mandatory disclosures. Assess and support resolution of commercial disputes and any related legal proceedings, including any proceeding under the False Claims Act or the Procurement Integrity Act. Advise the business in connection with any suspension or debarment proceeding or any other enforcement action/sanction related to or arising out of a government contract or grant. Proactively identify, evaluate and address legal, ethics and compliance risks, and work with team leads to develop risk mitigation and/or corrective action plans, as appropriate. Perform corporate governance functions as may be required in connection with government / public procurement projects and activities. Support commercial/transactional matters with traditional utility customers, partners and suppliers, as may be needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Licensed to practice in a US jurisdiction; active State bar membership in good standing. 5+ years relevant complex commercial/transactional legal counsel experience specific to doing business with the US government. Desired Qualifications: Nuclear power industry experience desirable. Intellectual Property counsel experience desirable, but not required. In-house counsel experience with a large energy/industrial business or US government. Experience interacting with US Government contracting officers, auditors, lawyers, agents, esp. US Department of Energy, Department of Defense, and Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Experience handling complex public procurements with or involving foreign governments. Experience with claims before US Court of Federal Claims, US Court of Appeals (Fed. Cir.). Outstanding written and oral communication skills; quality written work product a must. Advanced contract drafting and negotiation skills in the public procurement sector. Strong analytical ability and sound judgment in delivering legal advice to stakeholders. Proven ability to provide cost-effective and prompt, high-quality legal services. Ability to work a clear and measurable set of deliverables, using own initiative. Demonstrated project management skills; Able to manage multiple priorities. Willingness and ability to travel to support global businesses, facilities, operations.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2021-12-01

Associate General Counsel - Federal Regulatory and Government Programs Legal Team

Chicago IL Associate General Counsel - Federal Regulatory and Government Programs Legal Team Duties: Advise the company's growing federal regulatory area, which includes Medicare. Be a part of the Legal Division's Federal Regulatory and Government Programs team and provide counsel and direction to the company on specialized regulatory legal advice and complex issues regarding the legal implications of ongoing and proposed federal regulations, operations, and actions related to business matters. Partner to successfully develop and drive strategic initiatives, while also advising on, and coordinating legal support for complex regulatory, business, and operational matters.

Require Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree. License to practice law in the state where the legal department is located. 6-10 years of experience providing legal, regulatory, and related business guidance on health care regulatory matters or demonstrated understanding or experience with the Affordable Care Act, Medicare, ERISA, or other Federal laws effective health insurance and health plans. Experience successfully engaging with state or federal regulators on health care/managed care matters. Expertise in health care (payor and provider) business operations. Expertise in the health care (payor and provider) regulatory environment. Proven ability to successfully advise business teams on complex legal, regulatory, and business matters. Exceptional communication skills, leadership skills, emotional intelligence, and work ethic. Desire and ability to lead, develop and thrive (and help others do the same) in a growth-based culture. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to think strategically on legal and business issues, to deliver quality and timely legal services. Preferred Qualifications: 3-5 years of recent experience in health care law and/or insurance law. In-house counsel experience providing strategic and day-to-day counsel to business units. 3-5 years of recent experience in ERISA or the Affordable Care Act. Experience with the state or federal regulators.
Legal 6 - 10 Full-time 2021-11-29

Corporate Counsel - Government Contracts

Washington DC Corporate Counsel - Government Contracts The candidate will be shepherding governmental opportunities through all stages of the contracting process from initial RFP response, to execution of the contract, to operationalizing the agreement. Drafting and negotiating a variety of agreements, including teaming agreements, subcontracts and government contracts. Counseling business units on relevant legal issues. Working closely with business teams to accomplish goals and strategic objectives. Improving legal processes and procedures. Assisting with other responsibilities as needed.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university. Admitted to practice law in at least one state. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school with a law school class rank in the top 25%. Should have 5-8 years of experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements with a large national or regional law firm or leading corporation. Should have 3 years working specifically with government contracts and a detailed understanding of the Federal Government acquisition process and the F.A.R. Excellent communication, project management, organization and multi-tasking skills. A passion for the in-house practice of law. Energy, resourcefulness and a demonstrated desire to achieve.
Legal 5 - 8 Full-time 2021-11-27

Deputy General Counsel - Government Contracts/labor & Employment

Reston VA Deputy General Counsel - Government Contracts/Labor and Employment RESPONSIBILITIES: Support contract and procurement activities in the negotiation and administration of the Company's business, including interpreting, drafting and negotiating contract clauses, government claims, and business disputes and managing bid protests. Assist the General Counsel, Deputy General Counsels and Human Resources department in the handling of all labor and employment related matters in the Company. Matters will include, but are not limited to, human resources issues, wage and hour law, labor relations, employee benefits, employment agreements, Title VII, ADA, FMLA, SCA, WARN, USERRA, ERISA, employment-related arbitration and litigation, grievances and mediation, collective bargaining agreements, government contracts labor categories and employment-related policies. Represent the Company in handling labor and employment matters before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. Conduct internal investigations, serve as POC for government inquiries and investigations, oversee the response to subpoenas and discovery requests, develop policies and procedures to comply with emerging federal procurement laws and regulations. Support legal matters as assigned by the General Counsel, including performing legal due diligence for acquisitions, supporting management in allocating corporate transaction risks; and managing corporate litigation.

QUALIFICATIONS: Juris Doctor and a member in good standing of the Bar in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. Must have 10 years of substantive experience in government contracts and labor and employment law with a corporate legal department or a nationally recognized law firm. Strong writing skills. Superior interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to employees and management at all levels. Attention to detail and organization. Strong time management skills. Working knowledge of government contracts and labor and employment laws and regulations, experience in preparation of all labor and employment-related documents and overall compliance matters. The ability to think critically and develop creative and practical solutions. The ability to multi-task and operate in a fast-moving environment.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2021-11-09
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Government Commercial Counsel
Refer job# SNNZ163887
 
Government Commercial Counsel Responsibilities: Provide cradle-to-grave legal advice and assistance to affiliated entities on US government (federal, state and local) business opportunities, ranging from procurements (commercial and non-commercial) to financial assistance agreements (grants and cooperative agreements). Advise GEH and affiliated entities in connection with development of and compliance with government contract flow-down requirements, including for opportunities where may be serving as the Prime Contractor or Subcontractor, or as the Recipient or Subrecipient. Actively support both P&Ls (NPP, Fuels & Services) as well as key functional leaders (e.g., Sales, Sourcing, Commercial Operations, Finance and Enterprise Risk) in evaluating and responding to government solicitations and funding opportunity announcements. Structure, negotiate, and close complex commercial transactions with or for government (including but not limited to technology development, engineering services, digital offerings). Structure, negotiate, and close complex business development deals/transactions involving or affecting government business. Interpret provisions of government contracts, grants and cooperative agreements, and any applicable laws and regulations, including but not limited to US Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Parts 12 and 15 (and applicable agency supplements, in particular DEAR and DFAR), TCoPD, Cost Principles and Cost Accounting Standards, and Domestic Product Preferences. Advise the business on government contract compliance and ethics requirements, including but not limited to SAM registration, other representations and certifications, truthful cost and pricing disclosures, organizational conflicts of interest, and other mandatory disclosures. Assess and support resolution of commercial disputes and any related legal proceedings, including any proceeding under the False Claims Act or the Procurement Integrity Act. Advise the business in connection with any suspension or debarment proceeding or any other enforcement action/sanction related to or arising out of a government contract or grant. Proactively identify, evaluate and address legal, ethics and compliance risks, and work with team leads to develop risk mitigation and/or corrective action plans, as appropriate. Perform corporate governance functions as may be required in connection with government / public procurement projects and activities. Support commercial/transactional matters with traditional utility customers, partners and suppliers, as may be needed.

Qualifications: JD Degree from an ABA accredited law school. Licensed to practice in a US jurisdiction; active State bar membership in good standing. 5+ years relevant complex commercial/transactional legal counsel experience specific to doing business with the US government. Desired Qualifications: Nuclear power industry experience desirable. Intellectual Property counsel experience desirable, but not required. In-house counsel experience with a large energy/industrial business or US government. Experience interacting with US Government contracting officers, auditors, lawyers, agents, esp. US Department of Energy, Department of Defense, and Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Experience handling complex public procurements with or involving foreign governments. Experience with claims before US Court of Federal Claims, US Court of Appeals (Fed. Cir.). Outstanding written and oral communication skills; quality written work product a must. Advanced contract drafting and negotiation skills in the public procurement sector. Strong analytical ability and sound judgment in delivering legal advice to stakeholders. Proven ability to provide cost-effective and prompt, high-quality legal services. Ability to work a clear and measurable set of deliverables, using own initiative. Demonstrated project management skills; Able to manage multiple priorities. Willingness and ability to travel to support global businesses, facilities, operations.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Associate General Counsel - Federal Regulatory and Government Programs Legal Team
Refer job# KFFT163837
 
Associate General Counsel - Federal Regulatory and Government Programs Legal Team Duties: Advise the company's growing federal regulatory area, which includes Medicare. Be a part of the Legal Division's Federal Regulatory and Government Programs team and provide counsel and direction to the company on specialized regulatory legal advice and complex issues regarding the legal implications of ongoing and proposed federal regulations, operations, and actions related to business matters. Partner to successfully develop and drive strategic initiatives, while also advising on, and coordinating legal support for complex regulatory, business, and operational matters.

Require Qualifications: Juris Doctor Degree. License to practice law in the state where the legal department is located. 6-10 years of experience providing legal, regulatory, and related business guidance on health care regulatory matters or demonstrated understanding or experience with the Affordable Care Act, Medicare, ERISA, or other Federal laws effective health insurance and health plans. Experience successfully engaging with state or federal regulators on health care/managed care matters. Expertise in health care (payor and provider) business operations. Expertise in the health care (payor and provider) regulatory environment. Proven ability to successfully advise business teams on complex legal, regulatory, and business matters. Exceptional communication skills, leadership skills, emotional intelligence, and work ethic. Desire and ability to lead, develop and thrive (and help others do the same) in a growth-based culture. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to think strategically on legal and business issues, to deliver quality and timely legal services. Preferred Qualifications: 3-5 years of recent experience in health care law and/or insurance law. In-house counsel experience providing strategic and day-to-day counsel to business units. 3-5 years of recent experience in ERISA or the Affordable Care Act. Experience with the state or federal regulators.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
Corporate Counsel - Government Contracts
Refer job# KNOM163802
 
Corporate Counsel - Government Contracts The candidate will be shepherding governmental opportunities through all stages of the contracting process from initial RFP response, to execution of the contract, to operationalizing the agreement. Drafting and negotiating a variety of agreements, including teaming agreements, subcontracts and government contracts. Counseling business units on relevant legal issues. Working closely with business teams to accomplish goals and strategic objectives. Improving legal processes and procedures. Assisting with other responsibilities as needed.

The candidate should have a Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university. Admitted to practice law in at least one state. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school with a law school class rank in the top 25%. Should have 5-8 years of experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial agreements with a large national or regional law firm or leading corporation. Should have 3 years working specifically with government contracts and a detailed understanding of the Federal Government acquisition process and the F.A.R. Excellent communication, project management, organization and multi-tasking skills. A passion for the in-house practice of law. Energy, resourcefulness and a demonstrated desire to achieve.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 
Deputy General Counsel - Government Contracts/labor & Employment
Refer job# XNHC163242
 
Deputy General Counsel - Government Contracts/Labor and Employment RESPONSIBILITIES: Support contract and procurement activities in the negotiation and administration of the Company's business, including interpreting, drafting and negotiating contract clauses, government claims, and business disputes and managing bid protests. Assist the General Counsel, Deputy General Counsels and Human Resources department in the handling of all labor and employment related matters in the Company. Matters will include, but are not limited to, human resources issues, wage and hour law, labor relations, employee benefits, employment agreements, Title VII, ADA, FMLA, SCA, WARN, USERRA, ERISA, employment-related arbitration and litigation, grievances and mediation, collective bargaining agreements, government contracts labor categories and employment-related policies. Represent the Company in handling labor and employment matters before federal and state courts and administrative agencies. Conduct internal investigations, serve as POC for government inquiries and investigations, oversee the response to subpoenas and discovery requests, develop policies and procedures to comply with emerging federal procurement laws and regulations. Support legal matters as assigned by the General Counsel, including performing legal due diligence for acquisitions, supporting management in allocating corporate transaction risks; and managing corporate litigation.

QUALIFICATIONS: Juris Doctor and a member in good standing of the Bar in at least one U.S. jurisdiction. Must have 10 years of substantive experience in government contracts and labor and employment law with a corporate legal department or a nationally recognized law firm. Strong writing skills. Superior interpersonal skills and the ability to relate to employees and management at all levels. Attention to detail and organization. Strong time management skills. Working knowledge of government contracts and labor and employment laws and regulations, experience in preparation of all labor and employment-related documents and overall compliance matters. The ability to think critically and develop creative and practical solutions. The ability to multi-task and operate in a fast-moving environment.
 
EMAIL TO COLLEAGUE  PERMALINK
 
 

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