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Inpixon is hiring a Remote Counsel, Commercial Contracting

Who we are

At Inpixon, we are the innovators of Indoor Intelligence, delivering actionable insights for people, places and things. Combining the power of mapping, positioning, and analytics, we help to create smarter, safer, and more secure environments. Our Indoor Intelligence and mobile app solutions harness the future of the Internet of Things (IoT) now to create exceptional experiences.

We are motivated by and focused on our vision to 'do good' with indoor data and build something that can quite literally change the world we interact with. We take pride in the way we positively impact the daily lives of our customers and continue to push the boundaries of how our platform can benefit others. Inpixon's Indoor Intelligence solutions can:

  • Help transform workplace experiences. Through our Indoor Intelligence and mobile app solutions, we can help make workplaces safer and smarter as we return to work. 
  • Help people easily navigate complex indoor spaces. We provide developers with the tools to add geospatially accurate maps to mobile and web applications. Our CMS, SDKs and APIs enable users to build and manage scalable, map-enabled apps that create and bring indoor maps to apps to power multiple location-based use cases such as indoor navigation, asset tracking, proximity messaging, and business intelligence and more.
  • Create smart indoor spaces through location awareness. We provide industry-leading RTLS products that are used to provide accurate and actionable location data making indoor spaces more productive, cost-effective and safe.
  • Manage cybersecurity. With precise indoor positioning and wide spectrum RF detection, we can detect devices, control applications in secured zones through integration with Mobile Device Management, and uphold best practices, security policies and compliance in government, pharmaceutical, and financial agencies managing the sensitive work environments.
  • Optimize resource allocation. Through any number of our product features, we manage, prioritize, and control the way spaces are used and accessed. Whether it's staff allocation in retail space, or managing temperature and electricity consumption in a workspace, we improve space utilization.

Inpixon Indoor Intelligence is continuously uncovering new ways to improve our lives. 

The opportunity 

Reporting to the Associate General Counsel, we are looking for a Counsel, Commercial Contracts to join a small, nimble legal team. This is an opportunity to join a fast-growing technology company, and be business-focused and collaborative. You will take a leading role in successfully negotiating and drafting SaaS licensing and hardware sales agreements for our global clients, along with a wide range of vendor agreements for those we do business with. You will be the key point of contact on our commercial contracting efforts, collaborating with executive leadership, internal Revenue Operations, and external legal counsel. 

This is a 100% remote role.

What's in it for you

Make an impact at an emerging-growth company. This role will require you to roll up your sleeves and be on the front lines of reviewing and negotiating mission-critical agreements throughout the organization. You’ll have ample opportunity to learn about the organization, its products and solutions, and to strategically apply that knowledge to your legal tasks. Your work will provide exposure and the opportunity to work with company leadership.

Enjoy autonomy and a cohesive legal team. We’ve adapted our organization to thrive in the modern workplace. You’ll enjoy the benefits of working 100% remote while still having a collaborative legal team around you. To stay connected we touch base daily on a legal huddle video conference call and meet weekly with Revenue Operations and Customer Success to align our contracting efforts. At the same time, your daily commute is a thing of the past. It’s the best of both worlds.

What you will focus on:

  • Contracts. You will draft, review and negotiate commercial agreements, predominantly SaaS licensing, hardware sales, and vendor agreements. You will advise on existing contractual arrangements and questions of contract interpretation. 
  • Corporate matters. You will contribute to DPAs, privacy, and security issues and support legal work on mergers and acquisitions. In addition, you will maintain a broad reach across the organization working in other legal areas, including Financings, Employment, IP, and Disputes. 

What you bring 

  • The background. You have a Law degree (LLB, JD, or equivalent) from an accredited law school, and are admitted to practice in one or more states in the United States and are a member of one or more state Bar(s) in good standing. 
  • The experience.You have 2+ years of experience at a law firm or in-house legal department specializing in drafting, reviewing, and negotiating software/hardware licensing and sales agreements.
    • You are comfortable counselling various stakeholders regarding the impact of key contractual terms, working with agreement review playbooks, and developing strategies to drive internal efficiencies in the contract review process. 
    • You are a team player and can confidently interface with other departmental stakeholders such as Sales, Revenue Operations, and Customer Success. You are excited about technology and can talk intelligently with Engineering and IT to bridge gaps between technical and legal concepts.
    • You have a working knowledge of data privacy and security requirements, and associated agreements such as Data Processing Addenda.
    • You understand concepts of revenue recognition and have the ability to assist in assuring that agreements conform to company policies and that exceptions made to company policies are properly authorized and approved.
  • The drive.You enjoy the pace of a publicly-owned, global tech company; one that retains the best aspects of its startup roots. You can seamlessly adapt to changes in priorities, the business, or the industry. You take ownership of your work and its impact on our success with a keen awareness of the current and future state. You have a collaborative spirit and can build productive relationships across the organization.
  • The communication skills. You have outstanding professional written, verbal, and presentation skills - and you are comfortable jumping into stakeholder meetings as required. You ask intelligent questions to obtain information, identify root causes, and determine solutions.

Why join us:

Together is better.We are one team. We recognize that people join a company, and want to be part of a team because of a shared vision, mission, and opportunity. Our mission to apply the best and latest in IoT, data analytics, and AI to everyday indoor spaces is what drives our work. The people we work with are what bring us together every day. 

Together we make it happen. We got this. We are all rowing in sync, in the same direction, heading towards group success and individual championing. Everyone at Inpixon is engaged with what we do, who we do it with and why we do it. 

Courage is contagious. We have the courage to innovate. We are willing to take risks, try new things, fail fast and learn from our mistakes. Accountability and responsiveness guide the way we work with each other and our customers.

Balance tensions. We prioritize competing concepts to scale and grow. We are a publicly-traded company with a multinational outlook that nurtures a growth mindset. We measure outcomes not time, guided by the principle of being present and meeting goals and that provides the balance of life outside work. 

At Inpixon, we celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We believe that diversity & inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain people from a diverse candidate pool. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all abilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

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Brightside is hiring a Remote Licensing Specialist

Licensing Specialist

 

Job Summary

We are currently seeking a Licensing Specialist to join our credentialing team as we continue to grow and provide patient services on a national scale. This role will report directly to our Senior Credentialing Manager and will assist with executing our multi-state licensing strategy for our providers. They will provide hands-on support for our Medical and Behavioral Health providers completing new state license applications, manage the application tracking process, and contact state licensure boards as necessary. 

 

Responsibilities

  • Complete new state licensing applications for our team of providers including any verifications, background checks, and fingerprinting needs.
  • Develop and maintain a visible tracker to track licensing applications and licensing activities
  • Research, track and maintain an in-depth knowledge of licensing requirements for individual states including Medical Licensure Compact, Nurse Licensure Compact requirements, PsyPact and specific state processes
  • Work with providers to obtain information needed to complete licensing applications and follow up as necessary
  • Acts as a liaison between the medical board and the provider when applying for a license, obtaining updates and reporting progress
  • Be the point of contact for Brightside’s providers for questions related to licensing applications and renewals
  • Research background check requirements for each state license application process
  • Ensure provider demographic data is kept up to date with licensing entities
  • Collaborate with organizational stakeholders on licensing strategy
  • Provide education to other departments on licensing regulations and law as needed
  • Maintain an accurate tracker for Nurse Practitioner and Medical Doctor collaborative agreements
  • Research and track state regulatory requirements for collaborative agreements 
  • Maintain confidentiality of all licensing and provider information
  • Perform other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications

  • Must have 3+ years experience with clinician licensing in multiple states
  • Ability to work quickly and efficiently while maintaining accuracy
  • Ability to document activity and maintain accurate records
  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently and proactively
  • Highly detail oriented
  • Able to work under pressure and adapt easily to change
  • Excellent time and workload management skills
  • Excellent verbal, written, and social skills
  • Consistently create a positive work environment by being team-oriented

We know that diversity makes for the best problem-solving and creative thinking, and are committed to equity and inclusion. We are dedicated to adding new perspectives to the team and encourage everyone to apply if your experience is close to what we are looking for. We’re an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, religion, disability, national origin, protected veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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Coda Platform Limited is hiring a Remote Legal Counsel

About Coda

Coda is the largest developer enablement platform for developers focusing on mass audience casual games. Coda’s products are used by 15.000 developers worldwide, and have delivered gaming experiences to over 200 million players since inception. Our mission is to help the best mobile gaming experiences get in front of players by enabling game creators with technology.

Experimentation, creativity and data are at the core of everything we do and we believe that we can make a lasting positive impact in peoples’ lives by empowering game creators around the world through our technology platform. We are now expanding our product offering to help our developer community easily introduce player ownership and other web3 dynamics into their games.

We are backed by world class investors, founded by a team of veterans who’ve worked together over the last decade in technology and games. The company is based in London, with over 50 team members spread out globally.

Responsibilities / About the Role

You will counsel the Coda and Infinite Arcade businesses on a broad range of commercial and regulatory matters and structuring, drafting and negotiating commercial and corporate transactions. You will work directly with the business, providing day-to-day advice, advising on regulatory and privacy compliance, serving as lead counsel on strategic deals, resolving issues that arise in existing commercial relationships.

Principal duties include providing ongoing legal counselling in a wide range of legal areas, including intellectual property, digital media, blockchain, software development, esports, tournaments and contests, and regulatory compliance, and structuring, drafting and negotiating complicated media, technology, distribution, licensing, marketing and other commercial agreements. You will be leading external counsel relationships and working across multiple jurisdictions. Some travel, domestic and international, will be required.

What You’ll Be Doing

  • Drafting and negotiating a range of contracts with third parties, including
    • Game publishing, development, and acquisition agreements
    • Marketing and promotional agreements, including user acquisition contracts, endorsement deals and influencer agreements
    • Advertising agreements
    • Work for hire contracts and consultancy agreements
  • Ad-hoc support to stakeholders across the business on commercial queries and contentious matters
  • Advising the group on intellectual property matters, including assisting on game clearances, registering group brands, and enforcing group rights
  • Corporate support work, such as due diligence on potential acquisitions and leading legal track on M&A activity
  • Deliver high quality advice on regulatory legal issues related to the structuring and offering of innovative crypto products
  • Draft customer-facing legal documents for products (eg. Terms and Conditions)
  • Liaise with specialist external counsel where appropriate - define the scope of instruction so as to minimise cost and ensure the advice received is fit for purpose
  • Handle regulatory approvals, authorisation and licences including related analysis and applications.
  • Support the business teams in the launch and development of new products and services - navigating between the commercial and regulatory worlds.

Qualifications / Skills Required

  • Qualified to practise law in England.
  • 5-7 years PQE with experience in the games space.
  • Experience gained from a reputable law firm together with relevant in-house experience.
  • Active interest in the cryptocurrency industry and its development.
  • Possess a very strong sense of team spirit and cross-functional collaboration.
  • Demonstrate an ability to navigate a complex area of law with practical and actionable advice.
  • Willing to get hands-on with challenges and help to have a leading-hand in shaping company decisions.

What we can offer you

  • To be part of a team working the on bleeding edge technology
  • Competitive salary and equity
  • Work from anywhere
  • Private health insurance
  • Career development opportunities in a quickly growing company

We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know.

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Contracts Specialist

SibrosSouthern California, CA Remote

Sibros is hiring a Remote Contracts Specialist

About the Role

This role reports to the Director of Legal and will support a dynamic, fast-growing SaaS technology company. The position offers opportunity for professional development in legal, business, and compliance matters, and requires a flexible, forward-thinker who works independently, yet collaboratively with a high-performing team.

  • Analyze, review, and edit a wide range of agreements, including non-disclosure, professional services, marketing, and other commercial technology transactions.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including Sales, Engineering, Finance, and other departments, to assess business terms and provide contractual context.
  • Provide a high level of service to internal and external customers.
  • Develop and implement playbooks, clause libraries, and other processes to improve and scale operational efficiency.
  • Administer execution and delivery of contracts, including coordinating with operations partners, tracking contract statuses, and facilitating e-signature.
  • Facilitate registration process for trademarks, assist with name clearances, reports on status, manage renewals.
  • Perform a full range of tasks, including legal research and special projects as needed.
  • Full-time, remote position located in Southern California (preferably Los Angeles or Orange County).

    Qualifications

    • A Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 5 years of commercial contracts experience in a customer facing capacity, preferably in-house at a technology company.
    • A collaborative partner with strong communication skills, and a deep understanding of commercial transactions, compliance, intellectual property.
    • The ability to effectively manage competing priorities and stakeholders.
    • Experience in development and maintenance of internal legal processes.
    • Demonstrate outstanding negotiation skills.
    • Be a creative thinker, with a process-oriented but flexible working style
    • A positive and enthusiastic “can do” attitude, and commitment to consistently deliver business excellence and quality service.

      Equal Employment Opportunity

      Sibros is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, color, age, sex, ancestry, marital status, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, present or past history of mental disability, genetic information or any other classification protected by state or federal law.

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      Pathways is hiring a Remote Senior Compliance Audit Analyst 1682998

      Are you interested in working with a company that values people and has a passion for service?  Do you want to become part of an organization that cares about your personal and professional growth?   If you have answered YES to these questions, then you should consider working for Pathways! 

      Pathways is one of the largest national providers of accessible, outcome-based behavioral and mental health services. At Pathways, we deliver exceptional value by creating healthier communities through the work of exceptional people. Our more than 5,000 employees provide the highest-quality home- and community-based human services in 19 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.

      The Compliance Specialist will be responsible for proactively identifying, monitoring, and auditing key areas of potential non-compliance, risk, fraud, waste, and abuse.  Performing deep dive analysis and investigation of source documents and claims and other documentation related to the identified risk, the analyst will help identify root causes and solutions to risk-related issues thereby reducing or eliminating that risk. Based on the annual Compliance Audit Workplan and Timeline that targets departments of Revenue Cycle billing, HR, and Payroll, creates and implements quarterly audit work plans.  Performs holistic analytics and testing when required, prioritizing the highest areas of risk.  Monitors for fraud, waste, and abuse during testing and auditing. Develops the necessary score carding processes based on the audit scope and collaborates with the state quality and compliance leads, corporate managers, and supervisors on any recommendations for improvement or correction action plans needed.  Follows through to assure corrective actions are in place and to perform follow-up audits as required.   Working with educational resources drives educational efforts. Works with operational resources to assure operational source documents are updated by the relevant source document owners when necessary. Expected to participate and sometimes lead meetings when required. Accurately and securely documents findings and stores in a central Compliance Audit secure location. Participates and assists with outside state audit as necessary. 

      **This position is remote during Covid**

      Expected Pay: $55,000 - $70,000 - depending on experience

      Responsibilities:
      • Creates quarterly audit work plans based on overarching annual Compliance Audit Workplan based on audit scope, creates audit checklists, identifies state-specific rules and regulations, source documents (i.e., SOP’s and P&’s), and sample sizes
      • Performs holistic analysis in key areas of risk. Collaborates with corporate managers and supervisors to help identify, research, investigate and resolve compliance issues related to the area of risk
      • Identifies and publishes key areas of risk, non-compliance, opportunities to streamline processes, and root cause
      • Designs and implements processes for monitoring and recommends educational opportunities
      • Creates specific audit score carding and makes recommendations or creates corrective action plan as needed, to reduce or eliminate recurring issues
      • Follows up on corrective action plans and establishes the re-auditing timeline as needed
      • Facilitates and monitors compliance with the annual review for updates to policies, procedures, and other types of source documentation
      • Performs analysis on newly created policies and procedures when needed and/or as requested
      • Maintains proficiencies in the various EHRs, Avatar, Credible, and any reporting systems needed to perform responsibilities.
      • Helps drive or create necessary reporting that can be used to trend and identify risk areas
      • Performs random claim audits nationwide that are not part of a specific statewide audit utilizing denial reports, AR reports, and other reports that target or identify key areas of RCM related risk
      • Provides oversight of the Medical Record Request Process and contributes to Critical Incident Liability Reporting to Insurance processes when necessary
      • Demonstrates personal traits of a high level of motivation, team orientation, professionalism, and trustworthiness, placing a high value on treating others with dignity and respect.
      • Utilizes strong written and oral communication skills
      • Handles and maintains confidentiality with sensitive communications with leadership, physicians, management, legal counsel and regulatory agencies.
      • Utilizes strong organizational and time management skills.
      • Demonstrates proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) or similar products.
      Requirements:
      • 3-5 years of previous healthcare-related experience in billing operations and/or compliance-related risk management activities
      • Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Business Administration, or another related field 
      • 3-5 years of previous healthcare-related experience in billing operations and/or compliance-related risk management activities
      • Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Business Administration, or another related field 
      • Demonstrated analytical and problem-solving capabilities
      • Demonstrated ability to work as a team
      • Demonstrated ability to multi-task 
      • Certification in auditing is Required
      Perks of Working for Pathways:
      • Competitive Salary
      • Paid Vacation Days (1st year 12 days; increases with tenure)
      • Paid Sick Days (Accrual per pay period)
      • 11 Paid Holidays (including Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and your Birthday!!!)
      • Medical, Dental, Vision including a Health Savings Account or FSA
      • Health, Dependent, and Transportation Flexible Spending Accounts
      • Basic and Optional Life Insurance for Employee, Spouse, and/or Dependents
      • 401K

      Pathways or any its subsidiaries does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. Pathways is an Equal Op
      Compensation: $55,000.00 - $70,000.00 per year

      We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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      Electra Aero is hiring a Remote Contracts Specialist

      About Electra 
      Electra.aero is an aerospace company developing clean, quiet hybrid-electric aircraft that is transforming regional and urban mobility to save the planet and time. We are building a team in Northern Virginia and we're looking for people who thrive in a dynamic start-up environment.  

      Job Description  
      We are looking for a part-time (approximately 10 hours per week) Contracts Specialist who will be responsible for drafting, reviewing and negotiating contract terms with suppliers, customers and other business partners.   

      Ideal contract specialists should be highly knowledgeable about commercial contracts and best practice, enjoy drafting and editing contracts, demonstrate excellent attention to detail, have strong communication skills and feel comfortable explaining contract terminology and presenting and negotiating options. For the right person, this can be a remote role. 

      Responsibilities: 

      • Prepare and edit contracts 
      • Maintain orderly records of executed agreements 
      • Handle breach of contracts in a timely manner 
      • Serve as the main liaison with outside contracting representatives 
      • Negotiate contract agreements for products and services. 
      • Assess contractor performance to identify the need for amendments of existing contracts 
      • Develop and implement effective procurement & contracting policies, including standard templates 
      • Coordinate with external legal counsel on matters beyond the contracts specialists’ expertise 
      • Explain contracts terminology clearly & succinctly and provide options and recommendations 
      • Proofread, edit, and fact-check legal documents for accuracy and consistency 
      • Good organization skills and the ability to multitask on several projects simultaneously
      • Self-monitor progress according to the schedule of completion to submit drafts and documents in a timely manner 

      Requirements: 

      • A minimum of 4 years’ experience in a similar role
      • Highly knowledgeable about best practice in commercial contracts  
      • In-depth knowledge of procurement regulations and commercial contracts 
      • Preferred experience in aerospace 

      Personal attributes: 

      • Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills 
      • Ability to proactively work to resolve complaints and concerns 
      • Precise, detail-oriented, and strong analytical skills 
      • Self-starting – good time management skills with the ability to work both independently and as part of a team as well as learn new skills 
      • Dynamic – embraces change, comfortable with ambiguity and incomplete information 
      • Flexible and adept in a global work environment with remote team members 
      • Strong verbal and written communication skills 
      • Confident and comfortable speaking up when contracts require more advanced legal expertise or when you recommend a different course of action 

      Compensation 
      An hourly rate that is commensurate with experience  

      Electra is committed to a work environment that is inclusive to all and free of discrimination. It is our policy to be an equal opportunity employer without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic predisposition or carrier status, veteran status, citizenship status, or any other factors prohibited by law. Electra will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals.

      Additionally, as part of our commitment to health and safety, we require all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Electra offers a reasonable accommodation process for individuals who are unable to meet our vaccination requirement due to a disability, medical condition, or sincerely held religious belief.

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      Corporate Counsel

      AvalaraRemote, United States

      Avalara is hiring a Remote Corporate Counsel

      Avalara, Inc. is seeking a business attorney, supporting Avalara's fast-growing global SaaS business. The Avalara legal department is a client-focused group with a strong emphasis on providing exceptional legal advice and advancing the Company's business goals, including considering the need for processes to allow rapid scale. This growing team values collaboration and high-quality work product, and is dedicated to the professional development of its members.

      This attorney will negotiate and draft general business and commercial agreements (such as SaaS and licensing agreements, vendor agreements, and other technology services agreements), resolve issues that arise in existing commercial relationships, address regulatory issues, provide day-to-day legal advice on legal matters that arise, especially related to sales, marketing, and data privacy and security. The successful candidate for this position must have experience and enjoy negotiating a variety of SaaS, licensing, and other commercial contracts. We are looking for the following attributes:

      We are looking for someone who is or has:


      • Enthusiastic, hard working, and self-starting.
      • Intellectual curiosity
      • Willing to take on significant responsibilities, and own projects.
      • Strong team player who enjoys working with and supporting the business owners, and the other attorneys.
      • Able to work and solve problems independently.
      • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
      • Self-aware, and willing to seek help when needed.
      • Depth and breadth of experience or abilities to work in multiple legal disciplines to address the various needs of clients.
      • Strong analytical skills.
      • Excellent organizational skills.
      • Ability to manage multiple projects at once.

      Requirements


      • At least 5 years of relevant legal experience is required.
      • Public company reporting experience helpful, but not required.
      • Admission to the Washington or North Carolina bar is required.

      About Avalara

      Avalara helps businesses of all sizes achieve compliance with transactional taxes, including VAT, sales and use, excise, communications, and other tax types. We deliver comprehensive, automated, cloud-based solutions that are designed to be fast, accurate, and easy to use. Avalara's Compliance Cloud™ platform helps customers manage complicated and burdensome tax compliance obligations imposed by state, local, and other taxing authorities throughout the world.

      Avalara offers hundreds of pre-built connectors into leading accounting, ERP, ecommerce and other business applications. Each year, the company processes billions of tax transactions for customers and users, files hundreds of thousands of tax compliance documents and tax returns, and manages millions of exemption certificates and other compliance related documents.

      A privately held company, Avalara' s venture capital investors include Sageview Capital, Battery Ventures, Warburg Pincus, Technology Crossover Ventures, Arthur Ventures, and other institutional and individual investors. Avalara's headquarters are in Seattle, WA and it has offices across the U.S. and in Brighton, UK, Brussels, Belgium; Brazil, and Pune, India. More information at: www.avalara.com.

       

      Avalara is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, gender, national orientation, disability, sexual orientation, US Veteran status, or any other factor protected by law.

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      DeepL sucht Mitarbeiter is hiring a Remote Legal Counsel / Wirtschaftsjurist (w/m/d) Schwerpunkt Vertragsrecht - Köln oder remote

      ist das bekannteste KI-Unternehmen in Deutschland. Wir entwickeln neuronale Netze, die Menschen beim Umgang mit Sprache unterstützen. Mit dem DeepL Übersetzer haben wir die international beste Computerübersetzung auf den Markt gebracht und stellen sie für jeden im Internet kostenlos zur Verfügung. In den nächsten Jahren möchten wir DeepL zum weltweit führenden Unternehmen für Sprachtechnologie ausbauen.

      Unser Ziel ist es, Sprachbarrieren zu überwinden und Kulturen einander näherzubringen.


      Was unterscheidet uns von anderen Unternehmen?

      DeepL (früher Linguee) wurde von Entwicklern und Forschern gegründet. Die Entwicklung neuer spannender Produkte steht bei uns im Vordergrund, deswegen verwenden wir viel Zeit für die aktive Forschung an den aktuellsten Themen. Wir verstehen die Herausforderungen bei der Entwicklung neuer Produkte und versuchen diesen mit einer agilen und dynamischen Arbeitsweise zu begegnen. Unsere Arbeitskultur ist sehr offen, denn wir wollen, dass sich unsere Mitarbeiter*innen wohlfühlen.

      Wenn wir von DeepL oder Linguee als Arbeitgeber erzählen, reagieren viele Leute sehr positiv darauf. Weil sie sich über die offenen, kostenlosen Dienste und Apps schon häufig gefreut haben. Und wir freuen uns, dass wir helfen, Sprachbarrieren zu verkleinern.


      Was machst Du zukünftig bei DeepL?

      Da wir sehr stark wachsen und uns immer internationaler aufstellen steigt auch unser Bedarf an rechtlicher Expertise. Du bist außergewöhnlich gut und engagiert bei der Arbeit? Du hast Spaß daran, als Legal Counsel (w/m/d) eins der fortschrittlichsten Unternehmen Europas mit nach vorne zu bringen und das Wachstum zu begleiten? Wenn Du Dir vorstellen kannst, uns bei der Prüfung und Verhandlung von Kundenverträgen zu unterstützen, bist Du bei uns genau richtig.

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      Confluence Technologies, Inc. is hiring a Remote Regulatory Reporting Specialist

      CSS (recently acquired by Confluence Technologies) is a trusted global RegTech partner that uniquely brings together innovative technology- driven solutions to support financial services firms in navigating a clear and strategic path through the complex and fragmented global regulatory space. Our solutions and services help firms meet regulatory deadlines while optimizing compliance data, operations, and technology. CSS covers a full range of global compliance disciplines spanning fund reporting, transaction reporting, investment monitoring, compliance management, compliance services and managed services with a complementary, centralized approach to the strategic management of regulatory data called RBOR (Regulatory Book of Record).

      For more information on CSS and Confluence, please visit the following websites:

      www.cssregtech.com

      www.confluence.com

      Responsibilities

      • Responsible for filing generation & completion
      • Processing clients’ data using CSS platforms & other tools
      • Analyze any discrepancies & variances in Excel
      • Actively engage with other team members
      • Monitor data traffic during the filing
      • Capturing changes & client specific circumstances
      • Responsible for scope monitoring (within boundaries of SLA)

      Qualifications

      • Bachelor’s degree in Finance/Economics/FinTech/Business Studies or equivalent.Studying CFA/FRM/CAIA is a plus
      • 3+ years in fund accounting, reporting, compliance, or mid- or back- office role in financial services industry
      • Exceptional & proven experience of data handling & manipulation techniques.Knowledge and/or studying SQL/VBA/Python is a plus
      • Exceptional & proven analytical skills
      • Outstanding knowledge of financial products & markets
      • Expert understanding of Excel
      • Exceptional attention to detail
      • Self-starter personality with high degree of initiative
      • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
      • Strong time management & planning skills
      • Assertive & with a strong execution skills and track record

       

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      GRC Manager

      ON24Remote, United States

      ON24 is hiring a Remote GRC Manager

      Description

      ON24 is on a mission to transform the way marketers’ market, powering the live, always-on and personalized experiences that businesses need to create engagement, deliver data, find demand and drive revenue. Through the ON24 Platform, marketers can build data-rich, interactive webinars and content experiences, understand audience behavior and turn that intelligence into action. Informed by more than a billion engagement minutes -- including 12 million polls, 1.3 million surveys, 1.5 million conversations, and conversion of over 17 million resources -- marketers drive more revenue from ON24 experiences than any other digital channel. Headquartered in San Francisco, ON24 has a wide global footprint with eight offices in key regions, including London, Munich, Singapore, Stockholm and Sydney. For more information, visit https://www.on24.com. 

      The GRC Analyst / Manager will be responsible for ON24’s information security governance, risk and compliance efforts to safeguard customer, employee, and company data in accordance with industry standards for a global enterprise SaaS company. You will work to determine and implement appropriate standards and controls, develop policies and procedures, manage security audits and assessments, and address third party risks.   

      Responsibilities: 

      30% Compliance 

      • Design, Implement, and maintain a continuous compliance framework. 
      • Perform internal auditing functions and compliance reviews. 
      • Oversee and participate in external audits and certifications. 
      • Create and maintain company security policies and procedures. 
      • Research new regulatory requirements, legal obligations, and framework revisions. 
      • Provide guidance and subject matter expertise to project teams on security and compliance. 
      •  Evaluate and implement GRC related products/solutions.  

      30% Risk & Governance 

      • Collaborate with legal, IT, operations, and others on various governance related efforts.  
      • Manage the risk register and develop metrics for reporting risk. 
      • Recommend, document, and monitor implementation of risk treatment plans.  
      • Develop and maintain vendor risk management program. 
      • Oversee and perform internal assessments such as SIG and CSA CAIQ.  

      20% Sales Support 

      • Support Sales and Solutions Engineering by maintaining knowledge base, assisting with inquiries, and representing ON24 in conversations with customers/prospects as they relate to security and compliance. 
      • Develop and maintain supporting security documentation, whitepapers, and other sales collateral. 

      10% Awareness & Training  

      • Evangelize security across the organization. 
      • Develop and maintain security awareness training materials. 

      10% Project Management 

      • Work across the organization to evaluate and address gaps in governance, risk and compliance. 
      • Manage cross-team initiatives related to security and compliance. 

      Skills & Experience: 

      • Bachelor's degree or equivalent experience 
      • At least 5yearswork experience in security, risk management, or audit related roles 
      • Hands-on experience implementing control frameworks and providing audit support for SOC 2 and ISO 27001 
      • Technical background in systems, operations, IT, or software development 
      • Experience with at least one cloud IaaS provider: Azure, GCP, AWS 
      • Deep understanding of security threat modeling, risk prioritization, and technical security measures 
      • Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
      • Ability to work effectively and drive results in a remote team setting 

      Preferred: 

      • Security certifications,e.g.CISSP, CISA/CISM, GIAC, CCSK, etc. 
      • Experience working in a SaaS and/or hybrid-Cloud environments 
      • Experience securing/auditing cloud, virtualization, and containerization platforms  
      • Comfortable across Windows and Linux environments 
      • Experience with NIST SP 800-53 and FedRAMP authorization process 
      • Familiarity with frameworks like CIS Benchmarks,OpenSAMM 

      Perks & Benefits:

      • Health benefits designed to fit the needs of you and your family — including medical, dental, and vision plans 
      • Generous PTO policy and wellness days to log off and recharge  
      • 11 paid company holidays for US-based employees+ 1 Floating Holiday + 2 Floating Wellness days 
      • Employee Stock Purchase Plan 
      • 401K Plan with employer match 
      • Reimbursements covering home office expenses, cell phone use, weekly team lunches, and classes for professional and personal development 
      • Fitness and wellness perks including ClassPass and discounted memberships with 24 Hour Fitness  

      ON24 is proud to be an equal employment opportunities (EEO) workplace to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, ON24 complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. 

      Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, ON24 will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records. 

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      Johnston, Kinney & Zulaica LLP is hiring a Remote Senior Trust and Estates Paralegal - California

      About the Role:

      JKZ seeks an experienced and highly skilled Trust and Estates Paralegal who enjoys complex T&E including high net worth individuals, international Estate Planning. The T&E Paralegal will provide legal research, help clients design their EP, and so much more! Candidates should have CA specific knowledge/experience. This may be a hybrid/fully remote position.

      About Johnston, Kinney & Zulaica LLP (JKZ):

      JKZ is a boutique San Francisco based firm whose mission is to provide thoughtful and practical solutions to support and protect our clients through life’s challenges. We are a women and minority-owned law firm. Our practice areas are estate planning, trust administration, probate and family law. We also specialize in international estate planning, tax, probate and trust administration for high wealth clients, including a significant portfolio of multinational clients in the UK, Mexico, and Central and South America. JKZ attorneys have made significant contributions to the development of LGBT estate planning and family law. We work every day to cultivate trusted relationships with our clients, our employees and our community.

      Why work for JKZ:

      In addition to a competitive compensation and bonus programs, JKZ also offers medical, dental and vision insurance, disability and life insurance, 401k and Profit-Sharing Plan, Pre-tax Transit and Parking benefit program, FSA for Healthcare and Dependent Care, PTO and 10 paid holidays. We also offer paid State Bar and BASF dues for attorneys and paralegals, as well as paid Continuing Legal Education study. For fun, we organize monthly happy hour events and games for our employees.

      Equal Opportunity Employer Statement:

      JKZ provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, creed, color, ethnicity, religion, age, height, weight, physical or mental ability, military obligations, sex, national origin, disability status, marital status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

      *We are not utilizing outside recruiters for this position, only interested applicants should apply*

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      ACT Consulting is hiring a Remote Contract Specialist

      ACT Consulting has an immediate need for a Contract Specialistwith our direct client.

      Please take a moment to review the job description. If this is something you are interested in, please send a copy of your resume to paul@act-info.com or contact us at 860-924-1755 for additional details.

       

      Location:Remote

      Duration:Long term contract

      Title:Contract Specialist

       

      Client - Gartner Inc
       
      Rate - $55/hr on W2
       
       

      Job Details

      This contractual role will be focused on the processing order agreements through internal procurement and order tracking systems, validating and ensuring data accuracy, and timely support in communicating errors or other concerns. The ideal candidate will have previous experience working in a client-facing support role, have experience dealing with contract matters, and working with sales, legal & procurement departments. Strong communications skills, both written and verbal, are a must, as well as experience working with data, especially legal systems and database tools. Experience with project management, especially overseeing the transition of manual processes into automated workflows using technology solutions, is a plus.

      What you’ll do: Contract Administration
      Responsible for entering product and pricing data into internal systems from client contract documents while recognizing non-standard terms that require modification or correction, in accordance with internal SLAs.
      Manage incoming service and renewal agreements and contracts for 100% compliance. This includes, but is not limited to: 1. Inputting metadata into internal systems, 2. Document comparison and confirm for approvals, 3. Process signature, & 4. Process for uploading into systems.
      Liaise with internal associates in relation to client legal forms and requests
      Ensure compliance with Gartner corporate governance regarding document administration, including any non-standard items, such as legal term changes, non-standard SDs, non-standard pricing, and non-standard billing terms have been approved.
      Act as intake for contracts requiring negotiation and escalation to legal
      Work to make processes more efficient, automate repetitive tasks and enhance ease of work for everyone within the team
      Business Acumen:
      Suggest process and technology improvements to provide greater support and coverage for internal teams, while completing other tasks as required.
      Fair, honest, professional, friendly and collaborative approach with all stakeholders including remote team members and manager (Sales, Legal, Operations, Corporate, etc.)
      Execute any and all special ad hoc projects initiated to fulfill business requirements.
      High work ethic and integrity
      Effective communicator, with strong verbal and written skills in the English language.
      Impact of Role and Expectations:
      Protect the Gartner brand and vendor relationships by ensuring 100% accuracy when processing legal documentation
      Understanding when to escalate concerns appropriately to management.
      Ability to handle pressure from management in relation to processing agreements within set SLAs
      Ability to take a “hands-on” approach, willing to tackle to any task assigned in the spirit of helping the broader team
      Ability to manage adapt to the use of multiple technology solutions
      Effectively process a high volume and variety of incoming requests by multi-tasking, and creative problem-solving.
      Ability to work directly with internal teams to ensure all details are accurate, in a timely fashion.
      Relationships: Internal/External
      Internal: Collaborative approach with Sales, Sales Leadership, Corporate Billing & Financial Services, Corporate Legal, while ensuring contract accuracy and developing new approaches to processing data.
      External: N/A
       
      Skills and Competencies:
      Bachelor’s degree is required; Masters or advanced degree a plus, preferably with the major field of study in business administration or analytics.
      Minimum two years’ experience of working in (preferably contracts/pricing) administration department of an international firm or intellectual property based business
      Willingness to maintain or obtain skills necessary to be proficient on department systems
      Experience & proficiency with Microsoft Office and database systems – expert capability in Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets.
      Enough experience to provide nuanced recommendations of how best to improve/refine/replace existing workflows and processes
      Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills, and willingness to act as the primary liaison between Sales and Legal teams on contract processing concerns.
      Process-driven, methodical, organized and pays strong attention to detail.
      Team player with good time management skills.
      Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills.
      Excellent English verbal and written communication skills, incorporating requirements, action plan and timeline when communicating with internal subject matter experts.
       
        
        
      Thanks & Regards
      Paul Joseph
       
      ACT Consulting
      Talent Acquisition Lead
      Phone: 860-924-1755
      Fax: 860-371-2177
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      Confluence Technologies, Inc. is hiring a Remote Senior Corporate Counsel

      Company Overview

      As a leading global technology solutions provider to the investment management industry, Confluence helps clients solve complex investment data challenges across the front, middle and back office. From innovative portfolio analytics to regulatory and financial reporting solutions, Confluence invests in the latest technology and data and in its team of industry experts to meet the evolving needs of asset managers and service providers. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, Confluence services over 400 clients in 40 countries, with locations across Europe, North America, South Africa, Australia and Asia.

       

      Role Purpose

      The primary responsibility of this role is to provide timely and high-quality legal support and guidance to Confluence’s domestic and international business units, including Confluence’s Executive Leadership Team and Operational Leadership Team.  This requires detailed management of project activities, tasks, as well as monitoring and reporting across the company.  

       

      Primary Responsibilities

      • Preparing, negotiating, reviewing and revising contracts, including master software license and services agreements, master consulting agreements and non-disclosure agreements; working with team of contract administrators and/or paralegals to efficiently staff and progress key sales and internal-corporate objectives;
      • Collaborating with internal business clients at all levels to effectively balance the goal of minimizing legal risk with the need to support and assist in the achievement of business and strategic objectives;
      • Handling a high volume of revenue-related contract work as well as providing support for certain day-to-day needs of the business, such as responding to client due diligence requests and assisting in responding to requests for proposals;
      • Working confidently with a high level of independence and responsibility to provide legal advice and support directly to internal stakeholders including members of the Executive Team.
      • Working with internal product and development teams, and external customers and vendors, around the world;
      • Advising company on compliance with privacy laws and regulations;
      • Provide advice and assistance to Business Development team with merger and acquisitions activities (both pre-close and post-close).

       

       

      Qualifications

       

      • Five or more years of in-house or law firm experience negotiating cloud-based software agreements
      • Merger and acquisitions and/or financial or investment services industry experience strongly preferred
      • Demonstrated ability to work in a global environment
      • JD from accredited law school and a member in good standing of the Bar of the Supreme Court of the state or country in which he or she practices law if the applicant resides in the US.  Relevant required licenses and registrations for an applicant residing in the UK or Ireland.

       

       

      Essential Skills

       

      • Ability to work with cloud-based product and technology teams, learn new technologies and product offerings and amend and tweak company’s form documents and processes as required to accommodate and facilitate new tech and service offerings.
      • Ability to understand third party data flows within company products and negotiate and review a variety of third party data agreements.
      • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite (e.g., Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint).  Familiarity and expertise with SalesForce, contract management systems and Slack all considered a plus.
      • Willingness and ability to assist in the design and maturation of internal company processes to enable scalable growth
      • Familiarity with domestic and international privacy laws and regulations
      • Excellent verbal and written communications capabilities required.
      • Ability to deal professionally and courteously with internal and external contacts at all times.
      • Ability to analyze problems and identify resolutions at a strategic and functional level.
      • Able to develop and maintain positive working relationships with a wide audience, from technical staff to management, sales teams, clients and coworkers.
      • Ability to multitask, strong attention to detail, self-motivated willingness to take the initiative.

       

      Other duties will be assigned as the above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position.

       

      Confluence Technologies Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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      Next Matter GmbH is hiring a Remote Legal and Compliance Manager

      Legal & Compliance Manager


      Ready for your once-in-a-lifetime entrepreneurial opportunity? Work with the team that’s redefining the future of work and join our hypergrowth journey as a Legal & Compliance Manager!

      Next Matter is disrupting how operations are built and run, and in doing so, shaping the future of work for people and companies across industries. Join our fully remote team as we’re entering the hypergrowth phase!


      We don’t only shape the future of work, we also live it. Own a world-class software compliance legal function and establish scale-up practices as the first hire in that function!


      Your key responsibilities


      • Create a prioritized legal and compliance roadmap and own the implementation
      • Fully own legal side of customer onboarding
      • Fully own legal side of third parties
      • Fully own legal side of employee contracts / HR documents
      • Drive ongoing automation initiatives of contracting
      • Own certification roadmap and (re-)audits (SOC II, ISO and GDPR)

       

      Who are we looking for? 


      • Track Record of Success in Legal and Compliance Management.Minimum 3 years of experience in legal and compliance in a B2B software company. Understands what it takes to run a stage-appropriate legal and compliance function. Experience with owning certification lifecycle (kick-off, audit, maintenance and re-audit), especially in GDPR, SOC and ISO is a plus.
      • Communication.Clear communicator, able to address issues heads on, adjusts communication style naturally to the audience; possesses polished written and verbal English skills. Highly responsive and friendly towards all internal and external stakeholders.
      • Work Ethic.Demonstrate grit, persistence, and attention to detail.
      • Integrity.Does not cut corners ethically, and speaks plainly and truthfully to colleagues and candidates.
      • Organization.Prioritizes clearly and makes sure that nothing falls through the cracks.


      Company Mission


      The future of Operations is bright! The Next Matter Platform enfranchises operations teams worldwide to build and run reliable, automated operations solutions effortlessly with their teams, systems, customers, suppliers, and partners. Next Matter is the new standard system for Operations, bringing them on eye level with Finance (ERP), Sales (CRM), and IT (Ticketing) which already have purpose-built cloud platforms. Our highly experienced team comes from a diverse set of backgrounds like strategy consulting, software, and high-tech and is passionate to unshackle operations teams by running their work on highly manual, duct-taped solutions with email, spreadsheets, meetings and chat.


      Benefits

      • The chance to join a fast-growing, well-funded, startup, with an experienced founding team and a product and business model ready for hypergrowth
      • Work directly with the highly experienced and passionate leadership team
      • The option to work fully remote with a high degree of independence and exciting scope of action
      • Contribute to shaping the future of our platform from a legal point of view
      • The opportunity to lead and grow a mission critical part of the business!
      • A challenge for your personal and professional development
      • A competitive salary and equity options


      How to Apply


      • Please apply with your one-page CV (or LinkedIn profile) and a one-page maximum cover letter, highlighting relevant experience and motivation to join
      • We interview fast, but thoroughly. The process is typically concluded in 1-2 weeks:
        • Pre-screening conversation with HR/Recruiter
        • Interview with our COO 
        • Simulated work task
        • Interview with our People Lead
        • Interview with our CEO
        • Reference check and offer
      • Availability: Immediate start date preferred

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      Confluence Technologies, Inc. is hiring a Remote Compliance Analyst

      As a leading global technology solutions provider to the investment management industry, Confluence helps clients solve complex investment data challenges across the front, middle and back office. From innovative portfolio analytics to regulatory and financial reporting solutions, Confluence invests in the latest technology and data and in its team of industry experts to meet the evolving needs of asset managers and service providers. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, Confluence services over 400 clients in 40 countries, with locations across Europe, North America, South Africa, Australia and Asia.

      The role of the Compliance Analyst will have two overlapping missions:

      1.    Delivery of Compliance Services.  

      Working under general supervision, participate in client engagements, consisting of services to registered investment advisers and broker dealers. Collaborate on client deliverables with product and services teams. Support regulatory reporting requirements of RIAs and BDs including Form ADV, Form PF, U-4’s and U-5’s and perform additional compliance analysis and tasks for RIAs and BDs. In this role, the primary focus is to support engagements and provide assigned compliance review services while developing expertise. 

      The primary functions for the Compliance Analyst are to:
      •    Assist with critical compliance services to clients, including the licensing and registration of RIAs/BDs and representatives
      •    Support the timely completion of client deliverables, meeting delivery commitments while allowing time for review and compilation
      •    Provide IARD account maintenance services, Form ADV filings including all schedules, and Form PF entry
      •    Manage personal trading administration, electronic communications reviews, and social media reviews, as assigned; prepare regular reports for clients
      •    Other duties as assigned

      2.    Participation in Service Development.   

      Participate in the Company’s ongoing development of client deliverables including policy and procedure templates, checklists, and other compliance related forms.  Additional growth in the position includes acquiring subject matter expertise in compliance topics.  
       

       

      Requirements:

      • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
      • Minimum 1-2 years’ experience
      • Experience with FINRA’s IARD filing system
      • Associates degree minimum
      • Attention to detail is critical
      • Ability to work effectively in a team environment where workload is shared across offices, time zones and hand-off points
      • The role will involve direct engagement with clients 

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      Voting Rights Lab is hiring a Remote General Counsel

      The Voting Rights Lab is a campaign hub designed to supercharge the fight against voter suppression and build more equitable voting systems. In partnership with organizations across the country, we work to build winning state legislative campaigns to secure, protect, and defend the voting rights of all Americans.

      The Voting Rights Lab is looking for a General Counsel to be thein-house legal resource for VRL leadership team, as well as all staff throughout the organization.This role will be part of the Operations team, reporting to the Senior VP of Operations & Chief of Staff. The General Counsel willprovide VRL leadership with effective legal advice on organizational strategies and their implementation. They will manage legal matters related to HR and employment, lobbying compliance, contracts, and tax issues

      For this role, we are looking for someone with at least 6 years of relevant experience.

      This is a fully remote position. Candidates across the country are encouraged to apply.

      This position will require occasional travel. 

      Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

      • Provide general legal advice and counsel to VRL’s programs, departments and personnel on a variety of legal issues, but primarily as it relates to lobbying and c3 compliance, contracts, employment matters and tax-related issues.  
      • Identify and manage legal risk consistent with VRL priorities, initiatives, and strategic goals, while also being grounded in VRL’s values and theory of change
      • Serve as a broad-based resource for staff legal concerns and collaborate to find practical answers to a diverse range of legal questions associated with VRL’s work and operations
      • Counsel VRL leadership team on tax and compliance issues related to operating c3 and c4 organizations 
        • Ensure compliance with legal restrictions applicable to charitable organizations and not-for-profit corporations 
        • Provide guidance and ensure compliance with all local, state and federal lobbying laws
        • Provide guidance on governance procedures and fiduciary responsibilities 
        • Assist with regulatory reporting and approvals including state lobbying reporting requirements and state lobbyist registrations
        • Support legislative advocacy staff on compliance with lobbying rules
      • Support the HR department in employment matters 
        • Help to maintain and interpret the employee handbook and other policies and procedures 
        • Help deliver training for staff regarding legal compliance and legal risk management issues 
        • Provide general legal support on topics such as employment law, leaves, accommodations, benefits administration, harassment and discrimination, and employee privacy 
      • Provide general legal support for VRL’s transactional and operational affairs 
        • Regularly draft, review, and negotiate all contracts, MOUs, agreements and other legally binding documents for the organization
        • Help interpret and ensure compliance with funding contracts 
        • Support the communications team with intellectual property matters and in the legal review of draft communications as needed to ensure compliance
        • Review, make recommendations, and assist with interpretation of Constitution, Bylaws and other governance documents
        •  Advise the IT team on legal questions regarding data, data sharing, security and technology 
        • Advise the Development team on charitable solicitation guidelines and registrations 
      • Oversee and manage all outside counsel and litigation matters as needed

      What we’re looking for in you:

      • Juris Doctor from an American Bar Association accredited law school.
      • Must be licensed to practice law in any jurisdiction, though the District of Columbia is preferred
      • At least 6 years of relevant legal experienceincluding knowledge of the laws, regulations and best practices of 501c3 and/or 501c4 organizations. This experience could either be working at a non-profit advocacy organization or working at a firm with this type of clients
      • Experience with, and working knowledge of, two or more of the following areas:
        • Compliance issues related to c3/c4 compliance and lobbying compliance as it relates to local, state and federal regulations
        • Tax issues related to c3/c4 organizations, elections, and more
        • Contract review, negotiation, drafting and contract process management 
        • Employment laws and policies
      • Demonstrated excellent oral and written communication skills, including the ability to explain complicated legal concepts to non-legal colleagues in understandable terms
      • Experience developing solutions to complex problems and challenges in a collaborative way that ensures legal compliance and risk mitigation while also enabling mission objectives
      • Flexibility and adaptability to address legal concerns in a dynamic environment 
      • Experience working with diverse communities and committed to acting on the belief that racial equity and social justice are critical components of our work, and a demonstrated ability to work in a non-partisan / bi-partisan manner and with non-traditional coalition partners 

      Salary and benefits: 

      We value our staff by offering competitive pay and a comprehensive benefits package, detailed below. 

      The General Counsel position is in the Senior Director 2 pay band, and the annual compensation range for that band is $150,000 to $175,000. Pay will vary within this range to account for relevant experience and the cost of living in your part of the country. This is a full-time, exempt position. 

      We believe in equal pay for equal work, and to counter pay inequality on the team, we have moved to a non-negotiable compensation structure. We provide opportunities for advancement and performance increases in salary on an annual basis via our performance evaluation process. 

      At this time, we provide the following benefits for eligible employees:

      • Medical, dental, and vision insurance that is 100% employer funded
      • Access to an employer-funded health reimbursement account (HRA) that has a total amount equal to the full amount of your plan’s deductible. This can be used to help offset co-pay, deductible, and vision/dental expenses, among other things
      • 401(k) retirement plan, with up to 6% employer match
      • Generous paid time off package, including 5 weeks vacation leave and 2 weeks personal leave, in addition to paid holidays and other PTO opportunities
      • Flexible spending account for medical and dependent care
      • Short-term and long-term disability insurance
      • Base-term life and accidental death and dismemberment (ADD) insurance, with an employee buy-up option
      • Additional benefits including work from home benefits, cell phone benefits, and fitness benefits

      Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:

      Voting Rights Lab is is committed to attracting, developing and retaining exceptional people, and to creating a work environment that is dynamic, rewarding and enables each of us to realize our potential. VRL’s work environment is safe and open to all employees and partners, respecting the full spectrum of race, color, religious creed, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, political affiliation, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, and all other classifications protected by law in the locality and/or state in which you are working.

      Part of VRL's mission is to ensure that people with records of arrest or conviction can vote.  As such, we give full and fair consideration to all applicants, regardless of a past record of arrest or conviction.

      COVID-19 Vaccine Policy

      To center the safety and well-being of its employees, we require that any employee who is required to conduct in-person activities for their job must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 within four weeks of their start date. This position may require candidates to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.  Accommodations may be sought and approved in accordance with the law by contacting human resources.

       

      Please visit votingrightslab.org for more information.

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      Senior Commercial Counsel

      UJETSan Francisco, CA Remote

      UJET is hiring a Remote Senior Commercial Counsel

      About Us

      UJET is the world’s first and only cloud contact center platform for smartphone-era CX. By modernizing digital and in-app experiences, UJET unifies the enterprise brand experience across sales, marketing, and support, eliminating the frustration of channel switching between voice, digital, and self-service for consumers. Offering unsurpassed resiliency and the flexibility to deploy across leading public cloud infrastructures, UJET powers the world’s largest elastic CCaaS tenant at up to 22,000 agents globally and is trusted by innovative, customer-centric enterprises like Instacart, Turo, Wag!, and Atom Tickets to intelligently orchestrate predictive, contextual, conversational customer experiences.

      Opportunity

      We are looking for a versatile team player with a strong technology background (ideally in the B2B SaaS space), who will report directly to our VP, Legal. In this role, you will be responsible for a wide range of in-house legal functions including outbound sales agreements, partnership agreements, vendor contract reviews, information security, data protection, privacy and compliance.

      This person is an entrepreneurial spirit with a passion for working in a high-growth environment, and understands technology and the interplay between legal, policy, strategy, and excellent business judgment. They also possess the ability to assess legal risk while also thinking strategically and providing practical advice while managing shifting priorities and multiple projects.

      Responsibilities

      • Structure, draft and negotiate a wide range of commercial agreements, balancing business needs with legal risks
      • Provide pragmatic, business-minded guidance to cross-functional teams, including Sales, Marketing, Product, Engineering, Finance, Compliance and HR
      • Collaborate with the company’s sales, operations, marketing, and finance groups to create partner programs, and successful deal flow management
      • Maintain a current understanding of applicable laws, regulations and industry guidance that impact software licenses, partnership arrangements, tech alliances and OEM relationships
      • Participate in the development and refinement of legal operations and processes
      • Handle special projects as requested

      Requirements

      • Must be a lawyer qualified to practice in at least one U.S. state, preferably California, and have a JD degree from an ABA accredited law school
      • 5+ years of experience, preferably with 2 years of in-house experience in a fast-growing technology company; May consider motivated, self-sufficient and well qualified candidates with fewer years of experience
      • Strong track record of drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial agreements, including MSAs, software and technology agreements, and partnership agreements, as well as creating repeatable, scalable processes
      • Able to work autonomously while exercising sound judgment in a fast-paced environment and navigating ambiguity without “delegating up”
      • Excellent interpersonal skills, business judgment, strategic thinking, flexibility and ability to work independently
      • A practical, business-oriented approach to problem-solving with the ability to effectively counsel internal clients by providing them with clear, concise and actionable advice
      • Experience with and/or knowledge of the CCaaS and telecom industries is a plus
      • Knowledge of data protection/privacy regulations and information security standards is a plus

      Compliance Responsibilities

      Security, data protection and compliance (SDPC) are paramount to the success of our partnerships. All roles at UJET require compliance with legal and regulatory requirements and acceptance and adherence to all policies and standards within UJET. Personnel acknowledges they are personally responsible for reporting any suspected violations or abuse and are required to complete SDPC training and fulfill role-specific SDPC responsibilities.

      Why UJET?

      In addition to our great team and disruptive technology, we offer our teammates a competitive compensation and benefits package, work/life balance, unlimited vacation, stock options, monthly game nights, and more!

      UJET is an Equal Opportunity Employer

      Research shows that while men apply to jobs when they meet an average of 60% of the criteria, women and other marginalized folks tend to only apply when they check every box. So if you think you have what it takes, but don't necessarily meet every single point on the job description, please still get in touch. We'd love to have a chat and see if you could be a great fit. (Thanks CultureAmp who came up with this statement - it’s too good and too important to not repeat).

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      Inpixon is hiring a Remote Counsel, Corporate Securities and M&A

      Who we are

      At Inpixon, we are the innovators of Indoor Intelligence, delivering actionable insights for people, places and things. Combining the power of mapping, positioning, and analytics, we help to create smarter, safer, and more secure environments. Our Indoor Intelligence and mobile app solutions harness the future of the Internet of Things (IoT) now to create exceptional experiences.

      We are motivated by and focused on our vision to 'do good' with indoor data and build something that can quite literally change the world we interact with. We take pride in the way we positively impact the daily lives of our customers and continue to push the boundaries of how our platform can benefit others. Inpixon's Indoor Intelligence solutions can:

      • Help transform workplace experiences. Through our Indoor Intelligence and mobile app solutions, we can help make workplaces safer and smarter as we return to work. 
      • Help people easily navigate complex indoor spaces. We provide developers with the tools to add geospatially accurate maps to mobile and web applications. Our CMS, SDKs and APIs enable users to build and manage scalable, map-enabled apps that create and bring indoor maps to apps to power multiple location-based use cases such as indoor navigation, asset tracking, proximity messaging, business intelligence and more.
      • Create smart indoor spaces through location awareness. We provide industry-leading RTLS products that are used to provide accurate and actionable location data making indoor spaces more productive, cost-effective and safe.
      • Manage cybersecurity. With precise indoor positioning and wide spectrum RF detection, we can detect devices, control applications in secured zones through integration with Mobile Device Management, and uphold best practices, security policies and compliance in government, pharmaceutical, and financial agencies managing a sensitive work environment.
      • Optimize resources allocation. Through any number of our product features, we manage, prioritize, and control the way spaces are used and accessed. Whether it's staff allocation in retail space, managing temperature and electricity consumption in a workspace, we improve space utilization.

      Inpixon Indoor Intelligence is continuously uncovering new ways to improve our lives. 

      The opportunity 

      Reporting to the Associate General Counsel and working closely with the General Counsel, we are looking for a Senior Counsel, Corporate Securities and M&A. You will be a collaborative and business-focused part of a small, nimble legal team at a fast-growing technology company. You will advise the executive team in all aspects of public company legal representation related to SEC and Nasdaq exchange listing requirements. You will take a leading role in the drafting and negotiation of M&A transaction agreements. Collaborating with outside counsel, as needed, you will manage our SEC and exchange-listed compliance requirements, as well as the drafting and negotiation of acquisition or disposition transactions. You will provide advice on continuous public disclosure requirements and collaborate with our marketing and investor relations teams to review press releases and other public disclosures. You will advise and assist with other general corporate matters associated with a global organization. 

      This is a 100% remote role.

      What's in it for you

      Make an impact at an emerging-growth company.This role will require you to roll up your sleeves and be on the front lines of mission critical strategic initiatives within the organization. You’ll have ample opportunity to learn and grow. You will expand your knowledge and skill set as you work on various corporate issues; often working in partnership with the leadership team. 

      Enjoy autonomy and a cohesive legal team. We’ve adapted our organization to thrive in the modern workplace. You’ll enjoy the benefits of working 100% remote while still having a collaborative legal team around you. To stay connected we touch base daily on a legal huddle video conference call. At the same time, your daily commute is a thing of the past. It’s the best of both worlds.

      What you will focus on:

      • SEC filings and reports.You will provide lead legal support for the preparation of 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, proxy statements and other SEC filing. You will advise on disclosure matters, and SEC and Nasdaq exchange listing requirements. You will coordinate the planning and execution of the annual stockholders meeting and stay current on governance trends and SEC and stock exchange rules and regulations. You will work closely will outside counsel in connection with the drafting of transaction documents and registration statements and prospectus supplements associated with follow-on public offerings and exchanges.
      • Cross-border M&A transactions. You will lead and manage all legal aspects concerning the execution of our M&A strategy in collaboration with outside counsel, including drafting and negotiation of letter of intents and primary and ancillary definitive transaction documents associated with cross-border transactions. You will coordinate and manage all aspects of due diligence review. 
      • Senior-level advice and counsel. You will work with executive stakeholders and business partners to provide legal guidance on securities, compliance, and risk matters. You will:
        • Identify and evaluate business and legal risks, and find creative ways to mitigate them while achieving business goals. 
        • Draft and administer corporate policies.
        • Lead and manage new entity establishment and corporate governance compliance requirements in the US and abroad.
        • Review of press releases, earnings releases, earnings call scripts and other shareholder communications and disclosure matters. 
        • Coordinate with investor relations advisors as needed.
        • Ensure adherence to corporate governance requirements. 

      What you bring 

      • The background.You have a Law degree (LLB, JD, or equivalent) from an accredited law school, and are admitted to practice in one or more states in the United States and a member of one or more state Bar(s) in good standing. You may have a Bachelor’s degree in Business or Finance.
      • The experience. You have 4+ years of general experience at a law firm advising management and boards of publicly listed and private companies in M&A, public and private securities offerings and SEC compliance matters. You are familiar with:
      • ’33 and ’34 Act filings, and related disclosure requirements in connection with annual and quarterly reports.
      • Section 16 filings, proxy filings, and shareholder meeting matters.
      • Registration statements, including S-1, S-3 and  S-4 registration statements for NASDAQ exchange listed companies including initial and continued listing requirements.
      • The process, procedures, and state and federal regulatory requirements associated with public and private securities offerings. 
      • The drive.You enjoy the pace of a publicly-owned, global tech company; one that retains the best aspects of its startup roots. You can seamlessly adapt to changes in priorities, the business, or the industry. You take ownership of your work and its impact on our success with a keen awareness of current and future state. You have a proven track record applying a practical business and solution-oriented approach to resolving issues and risks of a financial and business nature. You are willing and able to resolve routine and complex compliance problems and issues; researching industry trends to explore potential benefits. 
      • The interpersonal skills.You have a collaborative spirit and can build productive relationships across the organization. You have outstanding professional written, verbal, and presentation skills - and you are comfortable jumping into stakeholder meetings as required. You ask intelligent questions to obtain information, identify root causes, and determine solutions.

      Why join us:

      Together is better.We are one team.We recognize that people join a company, and want to be part of a team because of a shared vision, mission, and opportunity. Our mission to apply the best and latest in IoT, data analytics, and AI to every day indoor spaces is what drives our work. The people we work with are what brings us together every day. 

      Together we make it happen.We got this.We are all rowing in sync, in the same direction, heading towards group success and individual championing. Everyone at Inpixon is engaged with what we do, who we do it with and why we do it. 

      Courage is contagious. We have the courage to innovate.We are willing to take risks, try new things, fail fast and learn from our mistakes. Accountability and responsiveness guide the way we work with each other and our customers.

      Balance tensions. We prioritize competing concepts to scale and grow. We are a publicly traded company with a multinational outlook that nurtures a growth mindset. We measure outcomes not time, guided by the principle of being present and meeting goals and that provides the balance of life outside work. 

      At Inpixon, we celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We believe that diversity & inclusion among our teammates is critical to our success, and we seek to recruit, develop, and retain people from a diverse candidate pool. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all abilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

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      SiriusPoint Ltd. is hiring a Remote Associate General Counsel

      Description

       

      Who WeAre

      SiriusPoint is a global (re)insurer writing a worldwide portfolio of businesses including Accident & Health, Liability, Propertyand Specialty.

      Bermuda-headquartered and listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: SPNT), we are looking at ways to grow intelligently, underwrite profitably, and drive technology innovation in the insurance industry.

      We challenge convention, disrupt the traditional way of doing things, and devise new and better solutions. We strive to be excellent in everything we do, and to continuously build knowledge and learn beyond our current skillsets.

       

      Join Our Team  

      You will be an Associate General Counsel,a key member of our legal team who will beresponsible for assisting with awide-rangeof legal matters involving property and casualty (re)insurance company operations.You will join us at an exciting time as we are growing and investing in our infrastructure to support our business growth. You will report toourChief LegalCounsel.

      Your responsibilities will include:

      • Providing support and oversight of all legal and regulatory matters associated with the Company’s North American operations, including business unit counseling and support.
      • Serving as legal counsel to insurance and reinsurance underwriters by providing advice and guidance on business and contractual matters, including ensuring agreementsare in compliance withinsurance laws applicable to the company’s products and licensing.
      • Drafting,reviewingand negotiating agreements involving managing general agency (MGA) relationships and other producers, administrators, and vendors, including program management agreements and fronting agreements.
      • Supporting due diligence and onboarding of new MGA and other program businesses in North America.
      • Preparing responses and presentations to state insurance departments in connection with new business initiatives, regulatory filings, and market conduct exams.
      • Advising business leaders and MGA partners on expanding their licenses and facilitating submission of licensing applications.
      • Providing legal advice on forms, rates and rules, rating exemptions, and other matters related to the insurance transactions.
      • Conducting legal research and preparing memoranda regarding legislative developments and current affairs affecting the company’s products and operations.
      • Drafting,reviewingand negotiating a variety of commercial agreements, including collateral arrangements, commutations and confidentiality agreements.
      • Advising and assisting with the management, preparation and approval of marketing and advertising programs.
      • Managing bad faith, contentious coverage disputes and associated litigation and alternative dispute resolutions in coordination with the Company’s Claims Department.
      • Assisting with special projects for the SiriusPoint Group, including internal restructurings, debt and equity financings, mergers and acquisitions, strategic investments,and other strategic projects.
      • Providing guidance and assistance to the Compliance team.
      • Preparing board resolutions and presentations to boards of directors of US entities, including all regulated entities, and supporting corporate governance matters for those entities.

       

      Be Yourself

      Weare buildingadifferentiated culture and approach. We have shared values that drive our behavior and a culture that makes it a fun, exciting, and productive place to work and a great partner to do business with.You should be entrepreneurial, pioneering, open, and yourself.

      Your skills and abilities should include:

      • Experience as in-house and/or external counsel with 5+years working in or with insurance and/or Managing General Agencies or other program businesses.
      • Must be a member, in good standing, of the bar of any US State.
      • Ability to manage others while meeting and/or exceeding deadlines - prioritizing, multi-tasking, and maintaining flexibility in a fast-paced, changing environment.
      • An exceptional communicator, collaborator, and influencer. Skilled at engaging with and building trusted relationships with C-suite leaders and other key stakeholders. Able to bring people together.
      • Able to operate and excel at both strategic and tactical levels. Willingness to roll up your sleeves to get things done.

       

      We Achieve More Together

      We value and support the unique voices, backgrounds, lifestyles, and contributions of a diverse global employee base that contributes to our culture every day. Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEI&B) is imperative to our success.

      We are building an environment that imbeds DEI&B into everything we do and enables us to unlock critical drivers of equality, innovation, and success. We want everyone to be included, valued, respected, and supported to unleash their full potential.

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      US Paralegal () US, Raleigh

      LTGRaleigh, NC Remote

      LTG is hiring a Remote US Paralegal () US, Raleigh

      We are looking for an US based Paralegal to join our corporate team on a full-time, direct basis.

      In this role, you will work on a range of LTG business matters alongside a small, global team of in-house Counsels and Paralegals. Since we are a leading technology and content services organization with an international presence, your duties will vary. This role offers the opportunity to do challenging and interesting work: the global and diverse nature of our organization will require cross-border contracting and working with professionals in multiple jurisdictions.

      You’ll be part of a great team of colleagues and a terrific office culture! As a rapidly-growing business, we pride ourselves on offering long-term career opportunities!

      What will you be doing?

      • Drafting corporate documents
      • Monitoring and auctioning legal mail and notices
      • Some collections activity, including mailing letters and notices, as needed.
      • Dealing with such legal matters throughout the group as may come up during the course of its business, including supporting Company Secretarial Work, corporate activity, and support of the legal team.
      • Notarizing corporate and finance documents
      • Pro-actively mitigating the Company's legal risks.
      • Take on additional tasks, as needed.

      About You
      We would like you to have a paralegal certificate or demonstrable work experience as a paralegal. Experience working as a corporate paralegal is a plus.

      We would like (but don't require) you to have

      • Proven ability to contribute as a Team Player while simultaneously working independently.
      • Proven ability to be client-focused and engage problem-solving skills
      • Proven ability to display an enthusiastic and proactive personality while at work.
      • An active commission as a NC Notary Public is a plus!
      • Excellent communication skills in English (both written and verbal). Spanish language skills is a plus!

      What we offer

      In addition to vacation benefits, you will be eligible upon your date of hire to participate in our comprehensive benefits program which includes medical, dental, and vision insurance; we also offer HSA and FSA plans as well as company-paid disability (short-term & long-term) and life insurance offerings. Additionally, you will be eligible to participate in our 401(k) plan.

      About the company

      Learning Technologies Group is a leader in the high-growth workplace learning and talent industry. The Group offers end-to-end learning and talent management solutions ranging from strategic consultancy, through a range of content and platform solutions to analytical insights that enable corporate and government clients to meet their performance objectives.

      LTG is listed on the London Stock Exchange Alternative Investment Market (LTG.L) and headquartered in London. The Group has offices in a variety of locations, including Europe, the United States, Asia-Pacific and South America.

      LTG’s businesses – are at the forefront of innovation and best-practice in the learning technology sector, and have received numerous awards for their exceptional performance. Our portfolio of brands represents the best of breed and they are acknowledged throughout the industry as market leaders.

      For more information, please visit www.ltgplc.com.

      We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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