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The Procurement Legal Team is looking for a highly motivated Corporate Counsel, Procurement, to join our team to help protect Indeed when it purchases goods and services. You will review, negotiate, revise and administer contracts between Indeed and third-party vendors and provide legal administrative and contracts support to all functions across the company globally. You will be responsible for negotiating, writing, reviewing, summarizing, researching and executing a wide variety of vendor and procurement agreements including master services agreements, purchase agreements, license agreements, confidentiality agreements, marketing agreements, and other general business contracts both domestically and internationally. In this role, you will write and review contracts from many angles at once and draft them in clean, precise and direct language. You are tech savvy, possess strong project and people management skills, and are comfortable working with people all over the world. We are seeking a self-starter who thrives in a fun but results-oriented work environment, and is passionate about problem solving while showing great attention to detail.
Review, negotiate, and draft agreements with vendors providing goods and services to Indeed
Manage the contract lifecycle, including drafts, modifications, amendments and renewals
Triage unusual contract requests and appropriately escalate to your Manager
Work closely with the Global Procure-to-Pay team on all vendor contracts
Develop form agreements for various uses
Research international law regarding contracts and treaties as necessary
Coordinate with Accounts Payable on the invoicing and payment of contracts
Ensure each contract is in compliance with state and federal regulations
Act as the point of contact for contract management globally and advise management of contractual rights and obligations as well as legal risks and business terms of various deals
Remain up-to-date on legal/regulatory updates affecting contracts and agreements
Create and update policies and procedures to improve the vendor contract process within Indeed
J.D. degree and member in good standing of any U.S. bar
Minimum of 5 years legal experience, with a minimum of 3 years experience with contract reviews
Deep understanding of corporate law
Flexible, well-organized and the ability to work in a fast-paced internet and technology environment
Ability and desire to work independently and with little oversight is a must
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Must be able to provide samples of work
How to apply:
We value attention to detail. To apply:
Please submit your resume and cover letter
In your cover letter:
List 3 factors/risks you would consider when evaluating whether Indeed should enter into a contract with a vendor
Explain why you want to work at Indeed
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