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Job Description We are seeking a Litigation Paralegal to become a part of our team! You will provide overall support to attorneys' business needs. Would you like to work remotely for the next 60 days? ​Staying busy is key, our client is a successful solo practitioner law firm, you'll need to multitask. Are you great on the phone and excellent at follow-up? Are you strong technically and like using software to stay efficient? Responsibilities: • Conduct research to support legal proceedings • Assist with the drafting and reviewing of legal documents • Investigate facts to help in the negotiation of legal disputes • Monitor and ensure compliance with state and federal regulations • Record and store client information ​Qualifications: • Previous experience as a paralegal or other legal field • Familiarity with legal research • Ability to prioritize and multitask • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Deadline and detail-oriented We will be in our downtown Miami... Offices within the next 60 days. Company Description We are a top South Florida Recruiting firm specializing in both Legal and Financial Recruiting
If you're passionate about being part of a diverse organization that enables a Fortune 100 company to deliver innovative business solutions with excellence, then Nationwide's Legal team could be the place for you! Job Description Summary Would you thrive in an environment where you can deliver top-quality legal services to support the mission of a Fortune 100 insurance company to protect people, businesses and futures with extraordinary care? If you enjoy having a diverse workload, are adaptable, technologically skilled, possess strong collaboration skills and bring a team-oriented approach needed for success in a civil litigation environment, our team may be the place for you! Nationwide Trial Division (NTD) is a national team with approximately 40 offices through six regions across the United States. Our Senior Paralegals have experience in a law firm setting, require moderate to low guidance and oversight, have a working knowledge of property and casualty insurance defense... and/or subrogation law, as well as extensive knowledge in legal concepts, terminology and processes. As a Senior Paralegal, you’ll provide pre-trial and trial support to a team of legal professionals representing clients under both commercial and personal lines insurance policies. You’ll support legal teams with a highly productive case volume that reflects our collective commitment to innovative thinking, effective collaboration, embracing technology, and a highly organized approach to case management. Job Description Key Responsibilities: • Provides direct pre-trial and trial support for litigated matters of moderate to high complexity. Assists in the preparation, review, filing, and service of pleadings, motions, discovery, and subpoenas. Reviews and prepares documents for document production requests. Analyzes and responds to incoming discovery. Reviews and analyzes medical records. Conducts legal research and writing assignments, which may include the preparation of medical chronologies, deposition summaries of fact and expert witnesses. Takes initiative to move case files to trial/resolution. Works autonomously, with low supervision. • Coordinates and schedules depositions, hearings, and meetings, and communicates with clients and expert witnesses. • Provides administrative support to trial team(s) including the retrieval of information from our document management system, and the assembly of exhibits, binders, and appendices for depositions, court filings, hearings, and trial. Maintains working knowledge of court procedures. Reviews court dockets and retrieves case information. Prepares case file and discovery impact reports. • Understands and maintains confidentiality in respect to the attorney-client privilege/relationship, trial strategies, ethics rules, the identities of the plaintiff, defense clients and claims’ customers. • Has in-depth knowledge of each file assigned to trial team(s) and is capable of understanding the relevancy of case information as it pertains to assisting in the preparation for depositions, hearings, pre-trial conferences and trial. • Brings a well-developed sense of organization to coordinate workflow, support the overall litigation strategy. May assist Managing Attorney with the coordination of workflow of support staff. May assist Managing Attorney mentor or train new and less experienced Paralegals and Legal Assistants. May performs other duties as assigned. Reporting Relationships: Reports to Managing Attorney Typical Skills and Experiences: Education: Undergraduate studies in business administration, insurance or other related area preferred. License/Certification/Designation: Certification in paralegal studies strongly preferred; or developed paralegal experience. Experience: Typically, five years of experience as a paralegal with proven experience. Experience as a civil litigation paralegal or a combination of requisite experience and education will also be considered for the role. Knowledge, Abilities and Skills: Has general knowledge of law office operations, practices and procedures. . Experience in filing and scheduling procedures of the various courts, as well as how to use federal and state e-filing and e-Court systems. Experience with Microsoft Office Suite, case management databases, such as Legal Files is preferred. Understanding of insurance practice civil defense in state courts and agencies and understanding of both personal and commercial lines policies is preferred. Strong verbal and written communication skills for interaction with attorneys, paralegals, court personnel, clients and claims’ staff. Strong organizational skills, detail oriented, focused, technologically savvy, adaptable to learning new systems and processes, and can prioritize and multitask. Exercises independent initiative and judgment in daily tasks. Ability to design and maintain filing and follow-up systems. Ability to acquire skills and/or knowledge necessary to research information and determine the applicability of legal action. Staffing exceptions to the above must be approved by the hiring manager’s leader and Human Resources Business Partner. Values: Regularly and consistently demonstrates the Nationwide Values and Guiding Behaviors. Must also acknowledge and comply with all corporate and NTD policies and procedures. Complies with the private practice of law policy and the ethical rules of the state where the position is located. Job Conditions: Overtime Eligibility: Eligible (nonexempt) Working Conditions: Professional law office environment, business casual dress, with some work from home possible. Occasional travel. Occasional overtime. ADA: The above statements cover what are generally believed to be principal and essential functions of this job. Specific circumstances may allow or require some people assigned to the job to perform a somewhat different combination of duties. Credit Check: Due to the fiduciary account abilities of this job, a valid credit check and/or background which will be requires as part of the selection process. Job Evaluation Activity: KLG 6/2020 #legal
The First District Guardian ad Litem Program (GALP) is currently seeking a full-time, non-exempt Guardian ad Litem African-American Cultural Specialist to service a caseload of child abuse and neglect matters in the Juvenile Court proceedings in Dakota County . T he candidate selected for this position will need to be localized in close proximity to Dakota County and will work remotely from their home office . Travel to other service areas throughout the district may be required as well. A Guardian ad Litem (GAL) is an individual appointed by the court to advocate for the best interests of children in court proceedings, with an emphasis on serving the African American Community. Incumbents apply an intimate understanding of the African American culture in providing effective representation of the child's best interests. Work involves following procedures and guidelines to ensure the responsibilities of the Guardian ad Litem program are carried out in accordance with the Minnesota... Rules of Practice and Rules of Guardian ad Litem Procedure as well as Juvenile Protection Rules, the Minnesota Rules of Court, Statutes and Administrative Orders and Policies; GAL Board Policies; GAL Program Standards; and district and local program requirements. Work is performed under supervision of the Guardian ad Litem Board and the 1st District GAL program. Reviews and researches files and discovery for information in proceedings, relevant documents and data pertaining to the child and basic facts of the case and any extenuating circumstances. Meets with and observes the child in the home and other settings and documents the child's interaction with caretakers, peers and others. Prepares interview questions appropriate to the case. Interviews child and others involved with the child using recommended interview techniques. Obtains releases of information. Keeps accurate and precise notes in accordance with GAL program requirements and access rules. Organizes and catalogs interview/file review notes and records. Demonstrates knowledge of and sensitivity to the child's cultural background in working with family and community members and considers the importance of cultural issues in making appropriate recommendations to the court on behalf of the child. Prepares written reports to the court in a timely manner according to court rules per the prescribed format regarding the best interest of the child, including findings, conclusions and recommendations. Attends court hearings and prepares all necessary reports and documentation for the Court. Makes written and oral recommendations to the Court and testifies as required. Attends staffings, administrative reviews, case plan meetings and other proceedings involving the child as an advocate for the child. Maintains an accurate and up-to-date calendar of hearings. Files reports and materials in a timely manner. Calls and questions witnesses, when appropriate. Determines when to request legal representation for self and/or child. Works with attorney in case preparation and review. Compiles, organizes and maintains accurate and up-to-date case files. Adheres to record and case confidentiality/access rules. Closes files. Stores files in accordance with district/county policies. Responds to questions about a case. Attends program staff meetings and continuing education sessions as scheduled. Participates on local, district and/or state task forces and committees. Identifies and is knowledgeable regarding resources for placement, treatment and other necessary services for the family/child. May be accompanied by and/or act as mentor to new Guardian ad Litem. Work is conducted with individuals who are victims and/or perpetrators of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and child neglect. Exposure to extensive secondary trauma and on-going conflict. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in psychology, social work, education, nursing, criminal justice, law or child-related discipline and some experience working with families and children OR an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience. Must pass background check upon hire and repeat background checks every three years thereafter. Knowledge: Knowledge of juvenile and family judicial process, rules and law, including Minnesota Statutes. Knowledge of the objectives, philosophy, policies and procedures of the GAL program. Knowledge of child development, and of the issues and dynamics that surround juvenile and family cases, such as child abuse, domestic abuse, chemical dependency and developmental disabilities. Knowledge of community resources for placement, treatment and other necessary services, including ability to identify community resources available for providing culturally appropriate services. Knowledge of the culture/demographics being served in the community and the ability to work with diverse cultures. Skills: Ability to interview using appropriate techniques and critical observation skills. Ability to work independently, think critically and analyze complex family situations, and make objective and sound recommendations in the best interest of the child. Ability to create and maintain accurate, complete and up-to-date files. Ability to listen, speak and write effectively in order to conduct interviews, make oral presentations and prepare clear, concise written reports. Ability to become proficient using a computer, laptop, iPad, smart phone and relevant computer software programs and databases. Ability to type a minimum of 40 words per minute. Ability to use basic office equipment such as fax, scanner and copy machine. Ability to find and work with an interpreter as necessary. Behavior: Ability to relate professionally with judges, court administrators, staff, representatives of other agencies, attorneys, children and the public while representing the Guardian ad Litem Program in a professional manner. Ability to partner and work collaboratively with justice partners, peers and families and the ability to work as part of a team as well as individually. Ability to develop and maintain respectful and cooperative working relationships with co-workers. Ability to remain professional/composed in crisis situations and the ability to defuse high conflict, complex situations. Ability to efficiently manage time and resources. Ability to be receptive to feedback, have a willingness to learn and embrace the need for continuous improvement. Must be able to pass a Criminal Background Check. Must possess a current driver's license, vehicle registration and valid automobile insurance in compliance with Minnesota statute. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience as a Guardian ad Litem, completion of the Guardian ad Litem pre-service orientation requirements, and a demonstrated comprehension of the responsibilities of Guardians ad Litem are desirable. Knowledge of the culture/demographics being served in the community and the ability to work with diverse cultures. COMPENSATION: Starting pay $19.07/hr. This is a 1.00 FTE full-time position eligible for full-time State of Minnesota employee benefits package. The Guardian ad Litem Program is an independent program within the Minnesota Judicial Branch and is governed by the Guardian ad Litem Board. This position is represented by the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Council 5. Posted for bidding, internal and external applications. Only current State of MN Guardian ad Litem Program permanent employees covered under AFSCME Council 5 bargaining agreement are eligible to bid. TO APPLY: Complete the online application at the employment website at: and attach your cover letter and resume. Application deadline for bidding, internal and external application is Wednesday July 22, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. Please allow approximately 45 minutes to complete the application process. The Guardian ad Litem Program is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to the principles of diversity. We actively seek and encourage applications from persons of diverse backgrounds. It is the policy of the Guardian ad Litem Program that all decisions regarding recruitment, hiring, promotions, and other terms and conditions of employment be made without discrimination on the grounds of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, membership or activity in a local commission, disability, sexual orientation, or age. If you need a reasonable accommodation for a disability in order to participate in the employee selection process or if you have any additional HR related questions, please contact, [email protected] Employment Type: Full-time
Job Description 100% WFH. Worker must have access to a high speed connection Performs clerical tasks to support timely escrow closings and title recordings. Conducts title research to compile chain of title. Creates title files and prepares endorsements and supplemental documents. Investigates and interprets tax records in order to determine tax liability. Creates title files, documenting all research. Provides customer service to customers and field escrow offices. Interprets and acts on instructions from customers and title officers. Searches title plant records compiling chain of title. Uses research to create and maintain files, records and reports. Audits calculations and legal documents for accuracy. Communicates recording information and prepares legal property documents such as endorsements and supplementals. Examines and interprets tax and assessment reports, follows title practice regarding the issuance of title commitments, policies, endorsements and guarantees, and...
Job Description Cloudbeds is the fastest growing hospitality management suite in the world, providing tools to manage independent properties of any type and size. We make award-winning cloud-based hospitality software that’s trusted by more than 20,000 hotels, hostels, inns, and alternative accommodations in over 157 countries. Our 400+ team members are distributed across over 40 countries and altogether we speak 40+ languages. How do we do it? On a #remotefirst platform that allows every member of our team to work from wherever they are around the globe. We’re looking for people who want to disrupt the travel industry and love to travel as much as we do. As a Payments Risk & Compliance Manager, you will lead the development and execution of Cloudbeds payments risk policies and processes for the Cloudbeds Payments solution. You will lead the development and implementation of the payments risk management strategy for our hospitality clients. You will also lead the effort in a hands... on manner as well as both monitoring and evaluating risk for new client applications and ongoing risk for hospitality customers and transactions from their consumers. Location: Remote (US or Ireland preferred) What You Will Do: • Develop and implement a Payments Fraud Risk Management strategy / program, aligned with Ops Risk policy and overall Risk Management and Control framework. • Provide strategic recommendations based on (a) evolving fraud trends in both the merchants and consumer credit card payment space / digital lending space, and market intelligence, and (b) assessment of effectiveness of any application fraud scores. • Communicate Impacts with both internal and external stakeholders • Serve as Subject Matter Expert for fraud and authorization processes and systems. • Participate in card system UAT, BCP testing, and any related system testing / certification. • Sets up processes for 24/7 transaction monitoring of fraud queues, and performs transaction verification. • Investigates disputed transactions to identify fraudulent activities, such as but no limited to, account take over, theft, and other risks. • Sets up processes for verification of risky transactions which may be fraudulent, and cancels them from further processing. • Sets up processes for customer issue resolution, within the scope of existing SLAs. • Establish processes for routing Pre and Post-Booking sample anti-fraud checks for various customer segments and products. • Establish processes for Fraud Incidence reporting to the Senior Management, along with corrective-action-taken reports. • Standardize and automate various Fraud Risk Management processes / controls, in a manner that is compatible with SaaS environments and the hospitality industry. • Engage with various external agencies, which may be relevant for the Anti-Fraud function. • Continually monitor and communicate payment related compliance mandates in relevant markets and countries. You’ll Succeed With: • 10-15 years of relevant risk management experience, preferably in a PAYFAC or payments processor, at least 5 years of which should have been in a senior Fraud Risk Management role. • Ability to create, document, communicate and train others in the risk processes with regular updates to relevant stakeholders. • Recent Fraud Risk Management experience of 2-5 years, specifically in Merchant management and payments transactional risk. • Experience in Enterprise Payments Risk Management, and must have familiarity with fraud and authorization processes of card systems. • Ability to deliver results with minimal supervision, in a start-up environment. We are looking for candidates who will thrive in a fast-paced, less-structured environment. • Creative problem solver, analytical thinker, and quick learner. Strong conceptual and creative problem-solving skills; ability to work with considerable ambiguity; ability to learn new and complex concepts quickly. Relentlessly resourceful and scrappy • Experience in ecommerce, payments or financial services with knowledge of Card Not Present (CNP) and alternative payments. • Excellent written and verbal communication skills • Previous experience in managing Fraud Risk in a SaaS environment preferred. • Hospitality and/or Travel Payments experience is preferable. Our company culture supports flexible working schedules with an open PTO policy and the opportunity to travel and work remotely with great people. To make it easy for our team to travel we offer 2 corporate apartment accommodations near our San Diego and Sao Paulo offices. At Cloudbeds we are dedicated to your personal and professional development. You will have access to over 10,000 courses within LinkedIn Learning when you join our team for your unique individual growth! If you think you have the skills and passion, we’ll give you the support and opportunity to thrive in your career. If you would like to be considered for the role, we would love to hear from you! Company Awards to Check Out! • Inc. Best Places to Work (2017 & 2018) • Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies (2018 & 2019) • Connect MIP Award (Technology) • Best Places to Work | Inc Magazine (2017 & 2018) • Best Places to Work | HotelTechReport (2018, 2019, 2020) • Start-Ups to Watch in 2018 | Forbes • Best Startup Employers in 2020 | Forbes Powered by JazzHR LQ1vun40Wi
Job Description Do you possess a minimum of 10+ years’ experience in Environmental, Health, Safety, Security (EHSS), or a related field who has a passion for leading? Do you inspire others to actively pursue safety goals and objectives in an ethical, effective, and conscientious manner? Do you motivate leaders and employee teams to get actively involved in EHSS, and to recognize, assess, and control hazards? Do you possess strong experience in the chemical industry? If you said yes to these questions, AND you have proven leadership skills including the ability to advocate coach and mentor we’d like to hear from you! Wilbur-Ellis is one of the largest family-owned companies in the world. Since our beginning, almost a century ago, Wilbur-Ellis has prided itself on looking forward. This relentless vision helped us grow into a portfolio of three businesses focused on providing the essentials for the world to thrive. It’s this tradition of always staying ahead that will carry us into the... future. Join us and Work Where EveryONE Matters! General Purpose and Scope of Position The EHSS Program Lead is experienced within the Environmental, Health, and Safety field, with a specific emphasis on strategic implementation of EHSS objectives and targets that achieve business results. This individual will act as a leader and trusted resource. Work will support EHSS management system implementation across the organization. Wilbur-Ellis Company has facilities all over the globe, and travel to training courses, North America project sites, and domestic meetings will be required. Key Skills and Abilities include: • Proven experience delivering EHSS projects on time and within budget. • Working knowledge of the processes associated with large project management efforts. • Subject matter expert in ISO 14001/45001 and other industry programs such as Responsible Care. • Working knowledge of aspect/ impact and hazard/risk identification, elimination or reduction or impacts and risks. • Experience in incident investigation, including root cause analysis • Strong organizational skills with ability to prioritize multiple assignments. • Strong ability to influence without authority. • Proficient in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. • Analytical skills and a high level of attention to detail. Key Personal Attributes Include: • Ability to develop and articulate vision. • Ability to develop efficient procedures and processes. • Ability to train, coach and develop people. • Ability to execute across diverse businesses and countries. • Ability to communicate and work effectively with highly diverse groups of people. Specific Responsibilities and Key Deliverables Include: • Serve as a lead for the EHSS strategy management and tracking. • Subject matter expert – in EHSS compliance and best practices. • Assist with EHSS planning and objective and target goal setting. • Maintain the following EHSS programs: • Aspects/Impacts • Hazards/Risks • Objectives and Targets • EHSS annual management review • EHSS monthly scorecare reporting • EHSS strategy plan • Incident investigation tracking • Corrective and preventative action • Manage and route vendor invoices and project documentation. • Communicate effectively by phone, e-mail, memo, and in-person with Company personnel, regulatory agency contacts, and consultants. Skills and Experience Required: • Experience and Education: • Bachelor’s Degree in environmental or safety science, management, or other EHSS related area. • 10+ years of professional work experience in an EHSS capacity with at least 5+ years of experience in EHSS management systems based on ISO 14001/45001. Compensation & Benefits: • Annual Salary (to be determined based on experience and other factors). • All applicable company benefits. If you are currently a Wilbur-Ellis employee, please notify your Manager prior to applying for this position. Thank you! COMPANY CULTURE Wilbur-Ellis is a company you can be proud to call your employer Wilbur-Ellis markets and distributes agricultural products, animal feed and specialty chemicals and food ingredients. A privately held and consistently profitable company, we employ more than 4,000 people throughout North America and Asia-Pacific. Wilbur-Ellis is for and about people Wilbur-Ellis has enjoyed over ninety-three years of success and growth, all thanks to our people. Our employees are both leaders and team players who thrive on creativity, entrepreneurial spirit and a dedication to quality work, our customers and each other. Wilbur-Ellis invests in the industry’s best workforce Wilbur-Ellis invests heavily in our employees by offering skill development and training, competitive compensation and benefits and a tradition of promoting from within for a broad range of career opportunities. And we foster a supportive, people-first work environment. Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c
Funds Paralegal at 500 Startups 500 Startups is a venture capital firm on a mission to uplift people and economies around the world through entrepreneurship. We are one of the most active seed stage venture capital firms in the world. We have a new opening for a Funds and Regulatory Paralegal to join our Global Legal Team and support 500 Startups’ funds matters globally (including across the US, Americas, APAC and EMEA). The role can be based anywhere in the United States and this person would be expected to work remotely. With over 2,450 portfolio companies and over 20 investment funds and counting, we work at an insane pace so you will need to be a self-starter with excellent EQ, strong time management skills, excellent attention to detail, the ability to work under pressure in a fast paced environment and above all, flexibility. You will work at the forefront of the most exciting global venture investing and technological innovations, and will be required to proactively assess... legal risks and provide creative and pragmatic solutions. You should be willing and able to work on a wide variety of matters, have the ability to provide commercial and practical legal advice and education to our global team. Reporting to our US Associate General Counsel, you’ll work closely with internal and external counsels, Venture Partners and commercial teams, and will help us scale and create new and efficient paradigms for the future of our funds. You will work at the forefront of the most exciting global technological innovations and will work extensively with 500 Startups’ global fund managers and outside counsel to structure and manage investment funds across the globe. You will also have the opportunity to get involved in various legal ops initiatives and develop and test different platforms for use by the growing legal team. Responsibilities Candidates should be willing to work on a wide variety of matters supporting our funds and regulatory matters, with opportunities to expand job role into other areas, including: • Review of Fund Marketing Materials - assisting with review, comments and basic drafting on fund marketing and other promotional materials, including addition of disclaimers and fact checking statements • Assisting with the oversight of compliance policies and procedures, preparation of regulatory filings and other compliance related support. • Assisting with maintenance of venture capital funds and SPVs. • Assisting with formation and administration of entities including preparation and drafting of entity organizational documents (such as formation certificates, operating agreements, and board resolutions), tracking entity maintenance filings and requirements and setting up custody and bank accounts. • Tracking, calendaring and maintaining deadline-driven documents and setting up internal workflows. • Coordinating legal closings of new private investment funds. • Reviewing investor subscription documents, NDAs and transfer documents for accuracy and consistency of responses. Assisting with KYC/AML and other verification processes. • Assisting with drafting of fund amendments, advisory board approvals and maintenance of fund records. • Assisting with investor side letter requests, including tracking, monitoring and maintenance of side letters. • Assisting with the preparation of board materials and agendas in advance of board meetings. • Assisting with specific and ad hoc projects as instructed from time to time. • Commercial matters - coordinating contract reviews and engaging with external advisers • Knowledge management and assisting on internal training including educating fund personnel on fund terms and applicable regulations. Requirements • 2 - 4 years of experience in a law firm or in-house supporting fund formation teams. • Undergraduate degree or a law degree from a reputable university. • Action-oriented and able to handle multiple, competing tasks, with a strong delivery focus. Ability to assess priorities with sound judgment and proactiveness in independently moving initiatives forward. • Ability to communicate clearly and succinctly • Thrives in a fast-paced, often chaotic environment. • Familiarity with basic corporate and fund governance, working knowledge of Delaware or Cayman corporate law and Advisers Act filings a plus. • Versatile, agile and adaptable to the organization’s needs. • Passionate about early-stage tech and venture capital. Please note that you must be authorized to work in the US
The Director of Risk & Compliance leads the strategic initiative to provide operational risk/return expertise to the organization. You will work both independently and cross-functionally with a global view of the business to problem solve and scale solutions broadly to prevent and mitigate risk. You will work closely with Legal team colleagues, as well as with business leaders throughout the company, advising on legal and business risks. Entrepreneurial by nature, you will have immediate impact with your analytic rigor, seasoned judgment, effective counseling, and ability to get things done. If you are a leader with user-driven instincts who loves a challenging, team-focused, and fast environment, then this is the place for you. • *REMOTE ROLE- This role is open to remote US candidates ** RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Develop, implement and maintain a formal regulatory compliance program, Champion company-wide compliance initiatives, Manage certain areas of compliance as pertaining to... fraud, privacy, and regulations applicable to the service contract industry, Analyze operational risk data to identify trends, emerging risks, and issues, Identify gaps in policies, processes and tools related to potential risks, Develop and implement compliance training for relevant staff, Work independently, initiating new projects and identify ways to improve our processes and operations while mitigating risk. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: Multiple years of experience working in a risk, compliance, and/or legal functions Bachelors degree Exceptional written communication skills - able to write, clearly and succinctly Solution oriented - takes ownership for action and is willing to move quickly and decisively to resolve issues Program/project management Critical thinker with the ability to use data to analyze trends, predict and fix problems before they happen Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage multiple urgent projects concurrently Effective at managing project expectations, reporting to upper level management High level of discretion to handle confidential information Excellent cross departmental collaboration skills SOME OF THE BENEFITS OF WORKING @ SQUARETRADE ARE: Not feeling stuck! This team has exposure to many different parts of the business, making transitioning easy...we work on developing careers based on what people enjoy! Competitive salaries, benefits (medical, dental, vision), FlexPTO, 401k matching Respect for your work-life balance A paid volunteer day to give back to the community Discounted Gym memberships Company activities (from happy hours, winery trips, and picnics in the park to running a 5k
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Job Description Adams & Martin Group has partnered with an AMLAW 100 firm that is seeking a Discovery Attorney on a permanent basis for their Dayton, OH office. This is not a remote opportunity and attorney must sit out of the Dayton,OH offiice! The attorney must be Ohio barred, in good standing. The attorney will be working on document review for on-going litigation for the firm and must have an excellent eye for detail. The attorney will be bonus eligible after meeting the annual 2000 hour billable requirement. Benefits include healthcare options, paid time off, and after 6 months attorneys may request to work from home up to 3 days per week. Attorneys recently admitted to the OH Bar encouraged to apply! Please share updated resume and will be asked for law school transcripts. Company Description We are an equal opportunity employer and make hiring decisions based on merit. Recruitment, hiring, training, and job assignments are made without regard to race, color, national... origin, age, ancestry, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, disability, or any other protected classification. We consider all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles’ Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance
Job Description Processing/closings for real estate transaction. This position can be a work at home position. We offer full benefits, 401K match after a year, and vacation accrual. Let's talk if you are ready to move out of the office. There's plenty of space in the office if you'd prefer to work that way. I've been in the industry 25 years. We are Stewart Title's largest agency in the state of CO. We are Circle of Excellence Award Winners for three years in a row. Let's talk about your future
Regulatory Affairs Manager, North America, Aptar Pharma Prescription Division Create, Innovate, Deliver Solutions! This is what you can expect from a career at Aptar Pharma. We have an immediate opening for a Regulatory Affairs Manager within our Prescription product division. Aptar Pharma is part of Aptar Group, a global leader of dispenser systems for the packaging industry. Aptar Pharma has been setting the standard for the drug delivery industry for decades and continue to break new ground providing innovative drug delivery devices, components and services, enabling the success of our clients. If you are eager for new challenges in a fast-paced growing Company, we are the next step in your career! What You Will Do at Aptar Pharma: As a Regulatory Affairs Manager, you will be help drive the management of worldwide regulatory intelligence in support of Aptar Pharma’s customers and the successful placement of drug delivery devices on global markets that meet safety and... performance expectations for patients. This position strengthens Aptar Pharma’s Regulatory Affairs (RA) capabilities in addressing a substantial increase of regulatory requirements. This position will partcipate in the global integration of Regulatory Affairs. The Global RA team’s strategy is attaining excellence in regulatory support to Aptar Pharma’s innovation and R&D, in the management of its regulatory dossiers and in its relationships with Health Authorities globally. The Regulatory Affairs Manager will be part of the North American RA Team and will: • Manage the regional regulatory intelligence linked to the US requirements on drug-device combination products, • the global regulatory intelligence linked to specific fields of regulatory expertise, • Build and manage the global products’ regulatory strategies and plans for the Prescription division, • Provide regulatory support to the Innovation and R&D teams, so that the products are developped and maintained in accordance with the defined regulatory strategies, • Ensure the link with the RA Team’s operational unit in charge of the preparation and maintenance of the regulatory dossiers, and of their submission to Health Authorities and provision to clients, • Have direct communication and remain in direct contact with Health Authorities and Prescription division’s clients to ensure excellent regulatory support, • Contribute to the management of process and methodologies supporting all RA activities, • Work internally in close interaction with RA Teams of the other Aptar Pharma segment, with Quality and r&D teams, with Sales, Operations, Marketing teams, etc… • Work externally in close interaction with clients, Health Authorities, Industry Groups, etc… What Aptar Pharma Is Looking For: • A Bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering, pharmacology,chemistry, pharmaceutical or biological sciences or equivalent. • At least 5 years of experience as an RA professional in the medical device industry, combination products or medicinal products industry, with strong skills and business accumen. • RA experience with integral drug-device combination products in EU and US a big plus! • Knowledge and experience with pharmaceutical container-closure systems, at least in EU and US. • Understanding/experience of Orally Inhaled and Nasal Drug Product dose forms. • Experience in dealing with international life science companies (pharmaceutical companies, combination products manufacturers, suppliers and service providers). • nowledge in other specific fields of expertise preferred, such as: extractables/leachables, medical devices up to class IIa, pharmaceutical and/or medical device quality systems and GMP • Proven ability to effectively interact with Health Authorities external interest/Industry/standardization working groups and other key stakeholdres. • Fluent in local language • Possess excellent written and verbal communication skills • Effective organizatioal skills and the ability to integrate into cross functional and multi-cultural environments, driving and contributing to complex topics and strategies • Customer focus oriented, providing direct support and expertise to internal & external customers • Possess strong team spirit and an integrity mindset Aptar Pharma, North America Create, Innovate, Deliver Solutions! Aptar is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. It is the policy of the Company to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information
Seeking a Remote Sr Director Global Regulatory Affairs for a 12 month assignment o Responsible for assisting the company in achieving submission of INDs, briefing packages, responses, maintenance filings, and other US Health Authority submissions. o Accountable for ensuring all other ex-US regulatory submissions are submitted on schedule by local affiliates or relevant contract research organizations (CROs). o Assist in execution and oversight of day-to-day activities for projects; ensure regulatory submission deliverables are provided, as needed. o Identify regulatory requirements and provide strategic regulatory guidance to the team. o Attend project-related meetings, as needed. o Consult with the team and Regulatory leadership for issue escalation. o Liaise with Global Submission Management and Regulatory Operations Publishing to arrange health authority submission preparation and dispatch. o Other mutually agreed upon activities that may or may not be directly related to the... assigned projects. • Location: Primarily remote work, may be 1 meeting quarterly in Boston offices - Bachelor's required APPLY NOW! For immediate consideration, please send your resume in a WORD document to [email protected] Why Kelly ® ? As a worker today, it's up to you to take charge of your career and look for opportunities to learn, grow, and achieve your potential. Helping you find what's next is what we're all about. We know what's going on in the evolving world of work-just ask the nearly 500,000 people we employ each year. Connecting with us means getting the support, guidance, and opportunities needed to take your career where you may have never imagined. About Kelly ® At Kelly, we're always thinking about what's next and advising job seekers on new ways of working to reach their full potential. In fact, we're a leading advocate for temporary/nontraditional workstyles, because we believe they allow flexibility and tremendous growth opportunities that enable a better way to work and live. Connecting great people with great companies is what we do best, and our employment opportunities span a wide variety of workstyles, skill levels, and industries around the world. Kelly is an equal opportunity employer committed to employing a diverse workforce, including, but not limited to, minorities, females, individuals with disabilities, protected veterans, sexual orientation, gender identity. Equal Employment Opportunity is The Law. #KellyGTS
Overview Remote Work Option Available The primary role of this position is to support the filing of Original ANDAs (505j) and NDAs (505b2) applications to the US FDA for sterile, injectable drug products. This includes responding to FDA IR, DRLs and CRLs up to and through approval of the application. The successful candidate will need to work closely with R&D and the manufacturing sites to accomplish these goals. The position may or may not have direct reports and traveling is infrequent. Responsibilities • The candidate should have complete knowledge and experience with submitting original ANDA 505(j) and NDA 505(b)(2) applications for sterile injectable drug products to the US FDA including complex injectables and combination drug products. Communication with the FDA either in person, by telephone or written response letters is required. Notify the Director of Regulatory Affairs and other site identified Senior Management concerning FDA communications and application status and... document these communications. • Attend internal and external meetings, as needed, to provide the necessary regulatory strategy and support to internal customers. Follow-up as necessary. • Interpreting CFR (laws) and FDA/ICH guidance(s) applicable to the development and operations of ANDA and NDA, and to support the rollout and communication of these regulations within the R&D organization as well as manufacturing sites. • Communicate regulatory strategy and implementation plan for submissions to internal customers as well as submitting timely controlled correspondence(s) to the FDA to support critical research & development decisions including but not limited to: formulation Q1/Q2 sameness, stability design/protocols, batch size, bioequivalence and device questions, as necessary. • Lead the R&D team to create a robust FDA meeting package to assist in successful FDA Development and/or pre-ANDA / IND meetings including but not limited to bioequivalence strategy (bridging studies), critical testing requirements and specifications, as applicable. • Review application documents needed to file and ensure compliance with all pertinent e-CTD modular sections and subsections for Module 1, Module 2, Module 3, Module 4 and Module 5, as applicable, including but not limited to: labeling, DMF(s), PDR(s), formulation(s), manufacturer(s) information/process, specification(s), justification of specification(s), methods/validations, batch records, sterility validation packages, stability protocols/commitment/data, toxicology reports and clinical study reports. • The candidate should have comprehensive knowledge of regulatory guidelines and statutes including: CFR, FDA & ICH Guidelines, FDA Recommended BE Drug Product Specific Guidance, and USP compendia general chapters for all sterile injectable dosage forms including combination drug product guidelines, as applicable. The candidate is responsible for communicating this information and new information/changes to the project team(s) and department on a timely basis. • The candidate should have knowledge pertinent to the requirements for the creation and maintenance of site design history files including: a complete risk assessment, inputs, outputs, design and specifications of the device needed for combination drug products and human factor study regulations in order to ensure sufficient similarity of the device when compared to the RLD. • The candidate should have complete knowledge of extractable/leachable, elemental impurity, and genotoxic impurity regulations as defined in the USP, ICH and FDA regulations including PDE calculations. • This position requires timely communication, feedback and follow-up with the FDA and internal customers/management. • This role is responsible for maintaining open communication with the Director, employees within the department and manufacturing sites. • This position is mainly responsible for pre-approval regulatory affairs activity but may need strong knowledge of post-approval regulatory affairs for those products developed in R&D that require a post-approval submission. Management of workload and duties - including close collaboration with project management, mentoring and training RA staff, and ensuring the best outcome for filing-to-approval timelines/cycles are met. Qualifications • Expertise in Pharmaceutical Regulatory and FDA process and interface. Knowledge of FD&C Acts, Title 21 CFR 312, 314, 210, 211 and 820, other current related regulations, and FDA guidelines, is required. Experience with submissions, ANDA and NDAs. Working experience in clinical/bioequivalence studies and devices. • B.S. or M.S. in Pharmaceutical, Chemistry or Biological Sciences. • Minimum of 5 years in regulatory affairs with progressive management experience that includes completing multiple regulatory ANDA(505j) & NDA (505b2) applications/filings. Notification to Agencies Please note that Express does not accept unsolicited resumes or calls from third-party recruiters or employment agencies. In the absence of a signed Master Service Agreement and approval from HR to submit resumes for a specific requisition, Express will not consider or approve payment to any third-parties for hires made

Settlement Officer

Department of the Treasury

5 days ago
OverviewOpen & closing datesOpening and closing dates06/30/2020 to 07/14/2020ServiceCompetitivePay scale & gradeGS 13Salary$92,592 to $144,676 per yearAppointment typePermanentWork scheduleFull-TimeDuties SummaryWHAT IS THE APPEALS DIVISION? Independent by statute, staffed by highly trained professionals who provide mediation for any taxpayer contesting IRS compliance actions. Appeals is the last opportunity for the IRS and a taxpayer to resolve disputes prior to litigation, and ensures that all taxpayers can receive an impartial review of their tax case.See Other Information for Locations.ResponsibilitiesWHAT DOES A SETTLEMENT OFFICER DO? As a Settlement Officer you are responsible for the administration and resolution of issues which were not previously resolvable within the Service. In this role, you provide the opportunity for the taxpayer and the Service to settle tax disputes without litigation, and encourage taxpayer cooperation and voluntary compliance. In those instances... where the dispute is not resolvable, the Settlement Officer clarifies the issues and provides Counsel and/or the Department of Justice with a refinement of the contested legal questions and facts. The Settlement Officer has a tremendous amount of responsibility and serves in an essential role within the Service.As a Settlement Officer you will:Conduct Appeals conferences for the settlement/resolution of tax cases which have the most complex technical collection issues, and settle a variety of technical issues which are within Appeals jurisdiction.Analyze case files, supporting documents and other information which related to tax liability. Review cases for adequate technical development of issues, and remedy defects or inadequacies in cases or on issues either independently or by referral to the appropriate Service component.Research case issues to determine and apply the law to the facts presented. Where issues are unclear or where a clear precedent is lacking, determine the appropriate resolution based upon relevant factors including reasonableness, adjudication trends and settlement practices.Deal professionally and effectively with taxpayers, representatives and co-workers. Conduct Appeals conferences with dignity, impartiality and an orderly manner. Consistently demonstrates high technical skill and full knowledge of case issues.Keep current with significant changes in the Internal Revenue Code, regulations, the IRM, court decisions, and other tax publications which relate to assigned areas of responsibilities (e.g. Trust Fund Recovery Penalties).Act as a "resources person" on collection matters for Appeals personnel. Provides "expert advice" on collection matters for Appeals personnel.WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OTHER IRS CAREERS? If you want to find out more about IRS careers, visit us on the web at Travel RequiredOccasional travel - 1 - 5 nights per month.Supervisory statusNoPromotion Potential13Requirements Conditions of EmploymentRefer to Other InformationClick "Print Preview" to review the entire announcement before applying.Must be a U.S. Citizen or NationalIRS Employees with Career or Career Conditional Appointments. QualificationsYou must meet the following requirements by the closing date of this announcement. BASIC REQUIREMENTS: GS-13 LEVEL: You must have one (1) year of specialized experience at a level of difficulty and responsibility equivalent to the GS-12 grade level in the Federal service. Specialized experience for this position includes: demonstrates knowledge of Appeals policies, procedures and practices relevant to the Appeals collection work in order to work cases and resolve issues. Your experience must demonstrate knowledge of tax laws and administrative procedures relating to liens and levies to ensure full taxpayer compliance and counsel taxpayers on alternatives; experience using various collection procedures such as Offer in Compromise and installment agreement to advise and discuss collection alternatives with taxpayers. Your experience must also demonstrate knowledge of Internal Revenue Code, IRM, court decisions, and other tax publications related to assigned areas in order to research cases, apply relevant tax law to issues that are unclear or where a clear precedent is lacking, and determine the appropriate resolution based upon relevant factors including reasonableness, adjudication trends and settlement practices for collection issues; Experience applying knowledge of standard accounting and financial analysis techniques to analyze financial information (e.g., analyzing taxpayer transcripts, case files, financial books and records and other information to determine collectability for case resolution). Experience applying knowledge of Compliance/Collection investigative procedures, subject matters, organizational structure, and office policies and practices that pertain to the most complex Appeals collection issues. Experience applying in-depth knowledge of available on-line systems, research materials and technology to research taxpayer information and resolve taxpayer inquires. In addition, your experience must demonstrate skill in communications and interpersonal relationships to work effectively and professional with taxpayers and their representatives in resolving collection issues. Examples include: conducting conferences for the settlement/resolution of tax cases which have the most complex technical collection issues.- The experience may have been gained in the public sector, private sector or Volunteer Service. One year of experience refers to full-time work; part-timework is considered on a prorated basis.- To ensure full credit for your work experience, please indicate dates of employment by month/year, and indicate number of hours worked per week, on your resume.In addition to the above requirements, you must meet the following, if applicable:You must have been at the GS- 12 level for 52 weeks (time-in-grade requirement).EducationAdditional information(3) Positions are located in the Independent Office of Appeals: Collection Appeals: Area 4. (1) vacancy is located at San Francisco, CA (CA8207) 100 First Street, (1) vacancy is located at Sacramento, CA (CA6139) 4330 Watt Avenue (North Pointe Corporate Center), and (1) vacancy is located at Las Vegas, NV (NV7516) 110 City Parkway (Parkway Center).POSITION DESCRIPTION: 97910A PM/C SharePoint site is available for IRS Employees at: OF EMPLOYMENT: We may select from this announcement or any other source to fill one or more vacancies.Alternative work schedule, staggered work hours or telework may be available.This is a bargaining unit position.Relocation Expense: NOTour of Duty: Monday - Friday, 8:00 am - 4:30 pmObtain and use a Government-issued charge card for business-related travel.Must meet IRS telework eligibility requirements.Interviews may be conducted.The employment of any candidate, including a current employee or a new hire, selected for this position may be conditional upon classification and/or audit of federal tax returns. This audit may include up to 2 years of returns. How You Will Be EvaluatedYou will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.Your application includes your resume, responses to the online questions, and required supporting documents. Please be sure that your resume includes detailed information to support your qualifications for this position; failure to provide sufficient evidence in your resume may result in a not qualified determination.Rating: Your application will be evaluated on the CJEs of the position to be filled per the National Agreement Article 13.Your application will also be rated and ranked among others, based on your responses to the online questions, regarding your experience, education, training, performance appraisals and awards relevant to the duties of this position. IRS employees may obtain most recent awards listing at Your rating may be lowered, if your responses to the online questions are not supported by the education and/or experience described in your application.Referral: If you are among the top qualified candidates, your application may be referred to a selecting official for consideration. You may be required to participate in a selection interview (telephonic and/or in person at the discretion of the Selecting Official in accordance with hiring polices). We will not reimburse costs related to the interview such as travel to and from the interview site.If you are a displaced or surplus Treasury employee eligible for the Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP), you must receive a score of 80 or better to be rated as well qualified to receive special selection priority.To preview questions please click here.Background checks and security clearanceSecurity clearanceNot RequiredDrug test requiredNoThis job is open toInternal to an agencyCurrent federal employees of this agency.Clarification from the agencyIRS Employees with Career or Career Conditional Appointments
Job Description Regulatory Affairs Specialist I, Labeling • *will be work-from-home for 3-6 months to start due to COVID-19 restrictions then on site in Pomona, CA 1 year initial contract The position of Regulatory Affairs Specialist I, Labeling is within the Toxicology Regulatory Affairs Department. This role creates direct product labeling using specialized software and Microsoft Office applications, routes labeling in the change management system, and interfaces with Engineering and vendors to obtain and approve labeling proofs. This job description will be reviewed periodically and is subject to change by management. RESPONSIBILITIES: • Creates and/or revises direct product labeling according to the requirements in domestic and international standards and regulations • Interfaces with Engineering and Process Improvement departments to determine label specifications and obtain labeling proofs • Interfaces with Marketing and Commercial teams to support customer and private label... initiatives • Interfaces with vendors and external graphic designers to obtain and approve artwork files and proofs • Assists with review of advertising and promotional labeling to ensure compliance with product claims • Participates in product development projects and post-market projects as extended team member specializing in labeling • Organizes and maintains hard copy and electronic department files, as needed • Adds and maintains labeling information contained in Regulatory Registration Lists and the Global Regulatory Information Database, as needed • Assists in the maintenance of Labeling standard operating procedures, desktop instructions, templates and forms • Assists with investigations and executes corrective actions for Quality Incidents (QIs) and Corrective and Preventive Actions (CAPAs) affecting product labeling • Carries out duties in compliance with established business policies • Demonstrates commitment to the development, implementation and effectiveness of Quality Management System per ISO, FDA, and other regulatory agencies • Responsible for exhibiting professional behavior with both internal/external business associates that reflects positively on the company and is consistent with the company's policies and practices • Performs other duties and projects as assigned • Understands and is aware of the quality consequences which may occur from the improper performance of their specific job. Has awareness of device defects that may occur in their area of responsibility, including product design, verification and validation, manufacturing and testing activities. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS | EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: • Bachelor's degree (BS/BA) in a scientific discipline. • One to two years of experience in Regulatory Affairs or related field (Clinical Affairs, R&D, Legal, or Quality Assurance) PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: • One to two years in an IVD or medical device manufacturing environment • Introductory knowledge of federal and international regulations • Introductory knowledge of quality systems in a regulated manufacturing environment • Good knowledge of product labeling and related requirements • Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously • Possess a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail • Ability to work independently, as well as within a team • Proficient with Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Visio • Proficient with graphics design software COMPETENCIES: • Teamwork • Initiative • Collaboration • Drives for results
6 days ago
Job Description Summary Reese Law Group is a law firm located in Carlsbad (San Diego County) that specializes in debt collections, subrogation, bankruptcy, and replevins. This position is responsible for assisting the litigation department with mailings, filings, providing assistance to paralegals, and organizing and updating client files. Essential Job Functions · Sort incoming mail daily, distributing to appropriate employees. · Process outgoing mail daily, applying appropriate postage, date stamps, and delivery confirmation, as needed. · Scan confidential legal documents into the firm’s case management software system. · Follow-up on documents, as requested by clients or other employees of the firm. · Assist the Administration department with additional tasks, as needed. · Process incoming contested mail, distributing to the correct paralegal · Process all outgoing contested mail relating to: motions, discovery, briefs, and correspondence. · Follow up with courts... regarding submitted documents. · Processing responsive pleadings. · Scheduling motions pursuant to California Civil Procedure and local court rules. · Scan and organize contested files. · Assist with administrative duties as needed. · Report to work in a regular and timely manner. Knowledge/Skill/Ability Requirements · Experience level: 6 months to 2 years of experience working in a legal office in an administrative position, preferred. · Education level: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Criminal Justice, Criminology, or similar, preferred. · Ability to communicate verbally in a clear, calm, and polite manner over the telephone and in person. · Knowledge of civil procedure standards for mailing deadlines, highly preferred. · Ability to use proper grammar and communicate professionally in writing. · Ability to pay close attention to details, including but not limited to: deadlines, confidential information, financial figures, and legal claims. · Ability to take initiative in learning new concepts, seeking additional information, and asking co-workers questions when uncertain. · Ability to prioritize a variety of tasks in a manner that enables timely completion. · Ability to take initiative in learning new concepts, seeking additional information, and asking questions of co-workers when uncertain. · Ability to prioritize a variety of tasks in a manner that enables timely completion. · Ability to utilize MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and other computer software programs in an efficient manner, and to search for help in the use of such programs independently via the internet. Physical, Mental, and Environmental Demands · Must be able to work in a seated or standing position, for periods up to and exceeding 8.0 hours per day. · Extensive use of a mouse and keyboard, and a calculator. · Extended viewing of a computer screen. · Extensive use of a telephone. Scheduling Requirements · Must be able to work a normal M-F schedule on site. Potential for remote work after completion of training. Location · This position is domiciled at the offices of Reese Law Group, in Carlsbad, CA. Company Description Reese Law Group is a law firm located in Carlsbad (San Diego County) that specializes in debt collections, subrogations, bankruptcies, and replevins
Job Description AMLAW firm seeks a mid or senior level patent litigator with a chemical, chemical engineering or biochem degree for a non-partner track attorney position with the firm. Position can be remote. Client will consider candidates seeking a reduced or flexible schedule. Excellent academic and employment credentials required. Generous compensation package. Job Requirements AMLAW firm seeks a mid or senior level patent litigator with a chemical, chemical engineering or biochem degree for a non-partner track attorney position with the firm. Position can be remote. Client will consider candidates seeking a reduced or flexible schedule. Excellent academic and employment credentials required. Generous compensation package.
6 days ago
Job Description Intact's OneBeacon currently has an opportunity available for a Litigation Assistant to join the Coverage Litigation team in our US Corporate Headquarters located at 605 Highway 169 North, Plymouth, MN. The Litigation Assistant provides high-level litigation support and assistance to counsel in the preparation of pleadings, reports, and litigation files for trial and ultimate resolution. The Litigation Assistant will need to have a broad knowledge of litigation and litigation-related software for billing and filing needs, in addition to being a highly organized and collaborative team member. Responsibilities: • Develops and maintains litigation-related documents, office product, and other materials; performs data entry of applicable office/division/group information, and maintains library, references, and other indexes, as applicable. • Creates regularly scheduled reports, power point presentations and excel spreadsheets. • Performs customer service function, as... required. • Develops and maintains network of relationships throughout the company to facilitate communication and cooperation. • Edits and distributes office and project materials, and assists staff in developing and maintaining professional relationships with company insureds and internal contacts. • Position may include paralegal functions. Successful candidate will participate in the design and implementation of litigation services consistent with the needs of the Coverage Litigation Group • Assists counsel in maintaining calendar for all litigation and business-related deadlines including court filings, appearances, depositions and internal reporting obligations. Requirements: • Demonstrated proficiency with computer software including Microsoft Office suite and other legal tracking systems. • Basic knowledge of preparing legal documents and filing documents with the court is required. • Must have excellent interpersonal skills, and the ability to work under tight deadlines. • Must have proven organizational and time management skills. Education and Experience: • High School diploma with demonstrated experience required. Associate degree preferred. • 3-5 years of experience in a law firm or law department
Transforming the future of healthcare isn’t something we take lightly. It takes teams of the best and the brightest, working together to make an impact. As one of the largest healthcare technology companies in the U.S., we are a catalyst to accelerate the journey toward improved lives and healthier communities. Here at Change Healthcare, we’re using our influence to drive positive changes across the industry, and we want motivated and passionate people like you to help us continue to bring new and innovative ideas to life. If you’re ready to embrace your passion and do what you love with a company that’s committed to supporting your future, then you belong at Change Healthcare. Pursue purpose. Champion innovation. Earn trust. Be agile. Include all. Empower Your Future. Make a Difference. The Data Protection Officer (DPO) & Senior Privacy Counsel works closely with the Chief Privacy Officer and within the Enterprise Privacy Office to help lead the regulatory and compliance... related activities for privacy matters for the organization, including developing policies, processes, and a program covering the privacy of, and access to, protected health information (PHI), Personal Information (PI), and sensitive data in compliance with US federal and state laws, the EU Privacy Shield and GDPR, PIPEDA, and other relevant international privacy protection laws and regulations. Provide regulatory, transactional, and legal support and advice to the business units and senior and executive management in the United States, Canada and the EU. In his/her unique role as the DPO, this team member will monitor compliance with and advise upon Change Healthcare’s UK and European Union data privacy obligations as established under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The DPO will coordinate closely with the Enterprise Privacy Office and the Chief Privacy Officer to implement necessary compliance processes where gaps are identified or efficiencies are needed. Why this Role is Compelling • Implement foundational privacy principles to support business expansion in global operations • Be a thought leader in healthcare privacy with cutting edge privacy issues • Help us build and execute a world class privacy program Main Responsibilities: DATA PROTECTION OFFICER • Advise upon Change Healthcare’s global data privacy obligations as established under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), PIPEDA, and other applicable regulatory privacy frameworks. • Monitor compliance with the GDPR and ensure relevant Change Healthcare personnel are appropriately trained and aware of their specific GDPR obligations. • Coordinate with Change Healthcare’s Enterprise Privacy Office and the Chief Privacy Officer to recommend necessary compliance processes where gaps are identified or efficiencies are needed. • Review and advise upon escalated Data Protection Impact Assessments and coordinate with product teams, Product Development Privacy Counsel, and other stakeholders to identify and address GDPR compliance challenges. • As necessary, serve as primary point of contact for EU customer privacy inquiries and escalate consistent with regulatory requirements. • Maintain close coordination with all Enterprise Privacy Office stakeholders as well as business unit compliance and product leads to ensure appropriate involvement in GDPR-implicated issues. • Monitor and maintain data protection organization registrations • Primary point of contact for foreign data regulators. COUNSELING, GOVERNANCE AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT • Supporting our strategic and comprehensive privacy program that defines, develops, maintains and implements policies and processes that enable consistent, effective privacy practices which minimize risk and ensure the confidentiality of PHI, paper and/or electronic, across all media types. • Working with business leaders, information security leaders, and team members in the Legal and Compliance department to establish governance for the organization’s privacy program covering the requirements of HIPAA, GDPR, PIPEDA, PCI, GLBA, other federal and state and other applicable international privacy protection laws and regulations. • Monitor and audit de-identification activity, including reviewing statisticians’ certifications, within the business units to ensure their compliance with HIPAA and legal requirements. • Monitor changes in law, and review and update business processes and related policies. • Preparing reports of privacy metrics, investigations, trends, privacy incidents and strategy/recommendations to mitigate privacy risks for the Chief Privacy Officer • Collaborating with the information security team, ensure alignment between security and privacy compliance programs including policies, practices and investigations for security and privacy risks • Collaborating with Public Affairs, and others in Legal & Compliance, represent the organization’s information privacy interests with external parties (federal or state government bodies) which undertake to adopt or amend privacy legislation, regulations, or standards. • Assisting the Business Units in assessing and balancing privacy needs and developing practical solutions to help ensure business unit compliance with privacy laws, regulations and standards. • Participating on customer or vendor calls when necessary to address privacy issues in contract negotiations. • Addressing privacy related due diligence in M&A transactions. • Maintaining current knowledge of federal, state and international privacy protection laws and regulations, and monitoring advancements in information privacy technologies to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance. • Assisting procurement and business teams on privacy contract language negotiations and propriety. PROCESS, POLICY AND TRAINING • Developing and delivering ongoing privacy training to team members and management • Initiating, facilitating and promoting activities to foster information privacy awareness within the organization and related entities. • Serving as information privacy consultant to the Business Unit Attorneys and others in the Legal & Compliance department. • Leading the organization’s compliance efforts for the EU Privacy Shield, GDPR, PIPEDA, and other applicable international privacy protection laws and regulations. • Establishing and administering a process for receiving, documenting, tracking, investigating, and taking action on all complaints concerning the organization’s privacy program and policies and procedures in coordination and collaboration with other similar functions. • Drafting and updating the organization’s website, mobile application and other policies impacting privacy. • Ensuring the organization’s privacy program and related privacy forms, policies, processes, standards, and procedures are up-to-date RISK MITIGATION AND REPORTING • Leading privacy impact assessments and data protection risk assessments and other required audits • Leading regular information privacy risk assessment/analysis, mitigation and remediation efforts in coordination with information security. • Developing metrics and reporting on the effectiveness of the organization’s privacy program. • Participating in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of all trading partner and business associate agreements, to ensure all privacy concerns, requirements, and responsibilities are addressed. • Performing initial and periodic information privacy risk assessments and conducting related ongoing compliance monitoring activities in coordination with the organization’s other compliance and operational assessment functions. • Working with information security, review all system-related information security plans throughout the organization’s network to ensure alignment between security and privacy practices. • Leading and executing information lifecycle inventory projects for high risk business processes. PRIVACY INCIDENTS, INVESTIGATIONS AND AUDITS • Managing, with the Business Unit compliance resources and others in Legal & Compliance, all required breach determination and notification processes under HIPAA, GDPR, and applicable federal and state breach rules and requirements. • Working with and managing external counsel on incidents as needed. • Leading any compliance reviews or investigations of the organization by the Office of Civil Rights, other federal or state regulators, and other regulatory agencies. • Performing required breach risk assessment, documentation, and mitigation; and working with Human Resources to ensure consistent application of sanctions for privacy violations. • Leading and responding to client privacy audits and inquiries. • Other duties as assigned. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS • 10 + years’ experience In-house experience at a multinational corporation or law firm experience counseling clients on international privacy matters • A minimum of 3+ years of experience providing healthcare privacy counsel to clients preferred but not required • Deep understanding of complex global data privacy laws and principles, including the GDPR and UK and EU member state privacy laws. • Experience negotiating client and vendor agreements, drafting documents related to data security and privacy. • Demonstrated experience providing practical, actionable advice that balances legal risk and business impact in a dynamic environment. • Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA accredited law school with excellent academic credentials; admission to practice in good standing as a member of a jurisdiction is required. • Obtained or demonstrates an active pursuit of one or more of the following IAPP or CHP certifications; CIPP/US, CIPP/E, Canadian privacy (CIPP/C), Technology (CIPT), CHPS (Certified in Healthcare Privacy & Security), or CHPC (Certified in Healthcare Privacy Compliance) • Travel: 20% Critical Skills: • 1+ year serving as a Data Protection Officer is plus • Provide counsel related to advanced and cutting-edge data use and acquisition, as well as data mapping, classification, and related data management and governance. • Experience conducting privacy impact assessments (PIA) and data privacy impact assessments (DPIA) • Support the privacy, security, and data protection aspects of relationships and contract review See attached job description. Join our team today where we are creating a better coordinated, increasingly collaborative, and more efficient healthcare system! Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Statement Change Healthcare is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, disability, or veteran status. To read more about employment discrimination protections under federal law, read EEO is the Law at and the supplemental information at If you need a reasonable accommodation to assist with your application for employment, please contact us by sending an email to [email protected] with "Applicant requesting reasonable accommodation" as the subject. Resumes or CVs submitted to this email box will not be accepted. Click here to view our pay transparency nondiscrimination policy. Change Healthcare maintains a drug free workplace and conducts pre-employment drug-testing, where applicable, in accordance with federal, state and local laws


Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation

6 days ago
OVERVIEW AND RESPONSIBILITIES Overview and Responsibilities • Direct Physician contract compliance review & approval with the System Board approved Contract Review Committee processes. • Develop policies and procedures related to physician compensation for Healthcare System. • Manage a maintenance processes for physician contracts to meet Stark requirements and internal requirements. • Fair market value determination for physician employment relationships and services agreements. • Oversee and review Physician compensation plan calculations and analytics. • Oversee development of analytics and reporting processes for employed physician compensation. • Develop system policies and procedures related to compliance and physician compensation. • Fair market value over site for new contract development with internal analysis and 3rd party experts as needed . • Work with senior leadership on the development of compensation models. • QUALIFICATIONS Required experiences and skills • Master’s... degree in healthcare administration, finance or management preferred. • Minimum of 10 years’ experience in healthcare administration or finance, group practice a plus, Strong financial management and analytical skills • Knowledge of healthcare regulations and laws, ability to interpret and apply. Stark, Fraud and Abuse, Anti-kickback, and IRS. • Leadership skills both with direct reports and teams across departments or entities. • Strong computer skill set with Microsoft Office programs, particularly with Excel and experience using reports from health care financial management or clinical systems and data base management systems
Are you looking for the opportunity to stretch your entrepreneurial spirit, have more control over your work, your billing rates, and your time? Loza & Loza LLP, a fast growing, and dynamic intellectual property practice is seeking an experienced IP litigation attorney with a proven record of client development who is interested in a lateral move. Firm Culture: Our firm is made up of experienced, tech-savvy, and entrepreneurial attorneys, and we hope to add similar attorneys to our team. We have a cohesive group of attorneys with unsurpassed legal expertise and work quality. Attorneys set their own work schedule and hourly rate(s), and there is no minimum hourly requirement. This is an opportunity keep more of what you bill, while still having the paralegal/administrative support, and business development and internal cross-selling opportunities of a well established, nationally-recognized, intellectual property law firm. Compensation: Our firm has one of the most generous... compensation structures in the industry, matching or exceeding large firm compensation. Additionally, we also offer a yearly profit-sharing plan that rewards client origination. Qualifications • At least 5+ years of IP litigation experience including patent/trademark/copyright litigation, cease and desist letters, domain name disputes, TTAB proceedings, etc. • IP litigation experience in federal and state courts - corporate, contracts, and licensing. • Large law firm or IP boutique law firm experience required. • Proven record of client development, must have a track record of at least $170,000 annual originations as proof. • At least one state bar license and good standing required. How to Apply: If you are interested in working with us, please send a cover letter and resume to [email protected] and include a brief note specifying the following: • Estimated size of your book of business Additional Info Employer Type: Law Firm Job Location: Nationwide Firm Culture: Our firm is made up of experienced, tech-savvy, and entrepreneurial attorneys with unsurpassed technical expertise and work quality. Attorneys set their own work schedule and hourly rate(s). The firm provides an environment where attorneys can focus on work quality and client development while being paid above market compensation
An established and growing NYC law firm actively seeks a remote legal billing specialist with law firm experience. Onboarding and job support will be provided online. Please note - only candidates from the eastern (EST) and central (CST) time zones may be considered. Please apply for more details. RESPONSIBILITIES · Compile and process a high volume of attorney bills to clients on a monthly basis · Review and edit pre-bills in response to attorney and secretary requests · Apply retainer/on-account funds as directed by attorney and as per firm policy · Process write-offs following firm policy · Execute complex bills, such as multiple discounts by matter, split party billing, and preparation of electronic bills, in a timely manner · Submit invoices electronically and assist in resolving issues that might arise · Review and verify accuracy of billing supporting documentation as required · Research and respond to inquiries regarding billing issues and problems · Identify and... resolve billing inaccuracies · Create billing schedules and various other billing analyses as required · Effectively interact and communicate with attorneys, secretaries and clients · Respond to internal and external inquiries in a timely manner · Distribute weekly and monthly partner reports · Review and update comments for reports distributed to firm management and partners · Work cooperatively with collections staff and assist with accounts receivable issues to minimize credit balances · Observe confidentiality of client and firm matters · Assist with special projects as needed · Flexibility to work additional hours as needed · Perform other duties as assigned REQUIRED SKILLS · Strong analysis, organizational, and data management skills. · Ability to communicate effectively with attorneys, staff and team members regarding commitments, deadlines, challenges, requests, etc. · Possess a “can do” attitude and maintain a positive team player mentality · Ability to deliver a high standard of customer service in a fast-paced environment · Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously QUALIFICATIONS · Bachelor’s Degree required · 3-5 years of billing experience · Previous experience with third party and e-billing helpful · Proficiency in Word and Excel a must
Is there a different way to practice law? We certainly think so. Established 19 years ago, Axiom is the world’s leading alternative legal services provider. With over 2,400 employees in 16 locations, including a decade long presence in London, we provide legal services to the world’s best-known corporate and financial services institutions. Our lawyers are commercially astute specialists in their field who enjoy a rare combination of high-quality work and the unprecedented ability to choose the clients for whom they want to work. Why join Axiom? • We offer unparalleled access to top-tier, in-house legal teams, and the opportunity to become an integral part of their in-house legal function, working on a broad range of interesting and challenging assignments. • We enable you to retain control over your career path, with the flexibility to take time off between engagements while retaining your employee benefits. • We provide bespoke career guidance and support, plus access to resources... to enhance your professional and personal development. This includes free access to a series of executive management training courses centred around the business of law and focused on providing you with genuine in-house business skills. • You are matched with appropriate opportunities by our dedicated Lawyer Engagement Team, who will talk you through specific client instructions on a case-by-case basis. Their goal is to find you engagements which most closely match your skill set and stated career objectives. • As an employee of Axiom, you are entitled to a suite of benefits, including a company pension, paid time off and private healthcare. What makes an Axiom lawyer? • Good academic credentials and post-qualification experience. • In-house legal experience is preferred (directly, or as a secondee) but is not essential. • Strong commercial understanding, and excellent interpersonal skills. • Desire to provide excellent client service and an ability to build strong working relationships with stakeholders. • The ability to adapt to new situations and work environments, and a thirst for new challenges. • You must have the right to work and be eligible to practice as a lawyer in the UK. • You must be England & Wales qualified and currently reside within the UK Read our FAQs to learn more about what it’s like to be an Axiom lawyer. What are we looking for? We are currently hiring Corporate/Commercial lawyers who are looking to work remotely, with a minimum of 4+ years' experience of: • Drafting, reviewing, negotiating and advising on a variety of complex commercial contracts, which may include NDAs, services and consulting agreements, licensing agreements, content agreements, SaaS agreements, SLA agreements, e-commerce agreements, and/or mobile and gaming agreements • Engaging in the drafting, negotiating and reviewing of a wide variety of corporate contracts, including share purchase agreements, ancillary documents, disclosure letters, engagement letters, confidentiality agreements, offering memoranda, shareholders agreements, joint venture agreements. • Providing guidance and support on various corporate policies and corporate governance matters The responsibilities for this role will include: • The ability to work full-time or part-time in a fully remote capacity from your own premises, with the IT capabilities and infrastructure to enable this • Providing practical legal advice and support on international business matters in a fast-paced environment • Demonstrating strong commercial understanding, excellent interpersonal skills and an ability to build strong working relationships with stakeholders We understand that many legal professionals have chosen to adopt the consultancy model, and we are happy to discuss this option with you. We offer both consultants and employees the opportunity to work with our enviable client roster. Contact us in complete confidence to find out more about opportunities to work with Axiom as an employee or consultant. Axiom is an equal opportunity employer and committed to a diverse workforce. Apply
Make your mark At Clorox, we build big brands that make everyday life better, every day. We value our differences, and challenge each other to think and act boldly. We try new things, succeed, fail and keep learning. We work hard, and have busy personal lives. And we’re all able to make a positive impact – at Clorox, in our communities, and in the lives of millions of people who invite us into their homes. Make your mark and help us drive Good Growth – growth that is profitable, sustainable and responsible. Job Overview/Summary Senior Regulatory Specialist in Burt’s Bees - work with a team of regulatory professionals in the Global Stewardship (GS) department to deliver a robust personal care products compliance program and drive value for the business. Key Responsibilities • Represent GS on cross functional projects; identify risks, develop mitigation options to influence project/business direction, and ensure appropriate communication and escalation. • Ensure regulatory... strategies are developed and seamlessly executed upon, enabling successful and timely submissions. • Proactively drive compliance work streams, establishing an appropriate level of urgency and keen focus on delivering results. • Contribute to the development, implementation, and continuous improvement of tools and processes for regulatory information management to drive efficiency. • Remain current with applicable regulations, guidance documents, and guidelines; interpret complex information and summarize impact for other functions/leadership teams, in a clear, concise and focused manner. • Seek to understand and embrace global nuances, inter-dependencies and impacts to company goals for international expansion. • Support international regulatory partners to develop, justify, and document sound regulatory strategies to support global initiatives. • Represent the function/company at external forums; assume leadership position in external forums, as appropriate. Key Skills, Abilities and Experience Required • 6 years of experience in the personal care industry. • Experience in regulatory compliance information management best practices and systems. • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage multiple priorities, results-driven and resilient. • Ability to lead and influence stakeholders, build and maintain momentum. • Strategic thinker with the ability to create unique solutions. • Strong customer focus, track record of developing executable strategies that align with business goals. • Ability to effectively network internally and externally. • Excellent communication skills with ability to present critical information. • Ability to collaborate cross-functionally with individuals in a wide variety of disciplines and backgrounds and build effective relationships. Required Education Bachelor’s Degree, College Diploma, or Equivalent (Required)More about Research & Development (R&D) From concept to reality, our team is building the next generation of consumer products. R&D is a community of engineers, scientists, mechanical designers and packaging experts, who are actively involved in virtually every step in the lifecycle of our products — from initial concept to raw materials to final goods on store shelves. Together we bring consumers innovative products that deliver superior value. More About Clorox The Clorox Company (NYSE: CLX) is a leading multinational manufacturer and marketer of consumer and professional products with approximately 8,800 employees worldwide and fiscal year 2019 sales of $6.2 billion. Clorox markets some of the most trusted and recognized consumer brand names, including its namesake bleach and cleaning products; • Pine-Sol® cleaners • Liquid-Plumr® clog removers • Poett® home care products • Fresh Step® cat litter • Glad® bags, wraps and containers • Kingsford® charcoal • Hidden Valley® dressings and sauces • Brita® water-filtration products; Burt's Bees® natural personal care products • RenewLife® digestive health products • Rainbow Light®, Natural Vitality™ and NeoCell® dietary supplements. The company also markets industry-leading products and technologies for professional customers, including those sold under the CloroxPro™ and Clorox Healthcare® brand names. Nearly 80% of the company's sales are generated from brands that hold the No. 1 or No. 2 market share positions in their categories
Prefer Tampa area but will consider remote for right candidate. Essential Functions • Preparation of INDs/CTAs to support Phase 1-3 clinical trials. This may include writing and compiling preclinical, clinical, and administrative sections in CTD format except CMC. • Manages IND lifecycle and maintenance activities, e.g., protocol amendments, clinical/preclinical information amendments, annual reports, DSUR’s, expedited safety reports, proprietary name requests, Pediatric Study Plans, responses to questions/information requests from health authorities, and assists in the preparation of briefing documents for milestone development meetings with regulatory agencies • Supports the preparation of NDA’s and international marketing applications and provides strategic input on the US and global regulatory strategy • Provides regulatory support for clinical and preclinical drug development activities (e.g., reviews clinical trial documents including clinical protocols and study reports... Investigator Brochures, Informed Consent Forms, nonclinical protocols and reports, reviews and approves clinical development plans, clinical trial material manufacturing plans and labeling, and other essential documents related to clinical trial • In charge of the maintenance and compliance of registrations • Applies knowledge of key guidance documents, regulations, or directives and effectively communicates any impact on drug development programs and regulatory filings • Coordinates with cross-functional teams and interfaces with contractors, vendors, and consultants to define requirements for regulatory submissions • Liaises with other Regulatory Affairs functions (Regulatory CMC, Operations/Documentation, and Compliance) to develop and manage timelines for the preparation of assigned regulatory filings QUALIFICATIONS Education and/or Experience • Bachelor’s degree (B.A. /B.S.) in Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, or related discipline. • 6+ years of direct experience in Regulatory Affairs for pharmaceutical products • Must have experience in preparing INDs and NDAs in CTD format • Knowledge of FDA and ICH guidelines for drug development as well as regulatory requirements for clinical trials, investigational drugs, and marketing applications • Strong technical writing ability • Knowledge of eCTD content/format requirements • Knowledge of Good Laboratory Practices (GLPs), Good Clinical Practices (GCPs), and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook


Housing Families Inc.

7 days ago
This will be partially or fully remote work at this time. Responsibilities: • Conduct intakes for all clients requesting pro bono legal services. • Be available during regular office hours for clients seeking legal help. • Determine which clients require legal representation, either from in-house attorneys or from the external panel of volunteer attorneys, which can be assisted by an advocate, and which should be referred to other resources. • Make appropriate referrals for residents seeking legal assistance. • Provide advocacy to clients when appropriate. • Maintain records of clients and work done on each case for monthly reporting. • Help develop and maintain contact with community resources relevant to client needs. • Abide by Agency confidentiality policies. • Participate in and making him/herself available for other projects as determined by funding sources and the Coordinating Attorney. QUALIFICATIONS / REQUIREMENTS One year of experience performing similar, related duties... Bachelor's degree preferred OR equivalent experience. Working knowledge of the impact of trauma and homelessness is preferred. Multi-lingual skills are a plus. Eligibility Requirements • Must be willing to work in Malden and surrounding areas. • Must have unrestricted work authorization to work in the United States • Must be 18 years or older Desired Knowledge: • Experience working with and understanding low-income populations. • Detail oriented ability to be flexible and remain positive. • Knowledge of relevant human services programs. • Open to feedback with a desire and ability to learn and grow. Strong verbal and written communication. • Ability to empathically de-escalate emotional reactions. • Critical thinking, analytical, problem solving and negotiating skills. Ability to remain calm and responsive during crises. • Ability to practice clear role boundaries and refer questions and concerns outside job scope to appropriate staff

Conflicts Attorney

Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP

7 days ago
Position Requirements: • Juris Doctorate degree (JD) and active member of the Bar in good standing • The appropriate candidate will have at least three (3) years’ experience as a Conflicts Attorney in a large law firm setting with demonstrated research and complex problem-solving skills strongly preferred. Experience with analyzing and advising on U.S. conflicts rules is required. • Requires ability to oversee and supervise staff members as needed by the Department • Database searching experience and knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word) • Demonstrated ability to maintain confidential and sensitive data; excellent verbal and written communications skills with strong organizational and analytical skills. • Close attention to detail, fast thinker and ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines. Job Description: The Conflicts Attorney is responsible for clearing conflicts for new clients, new matters, and additional party submissions, as well as... new attorney hires. Duties include but are not limited to: • Analyze conflict reports, identifying potential conflict situations • Perform legal research, including review of case law and jurisdictional issues related to conflicts clearance, lateral hiring, ethical walls, and related issues • Communicate orally and in writing with Firm attorneys and propose, coordinate, and document resolutions • Procure, review, and draft waiver letters and engagement letters from appropriate attorneys as deemed necessary in each jurisdiction • Confirm need and establish ethical walls to screen individuals from particular clients and matters as part of conflict clearing process • Liaise with General Counsel and other Firm attorneys to identify business conflict issues and review and approve conflicts forms as necessary • Occasional assistance may be needed to cover urgent conflict issues that arise outside normal hours of the department
Our client is a specialty pharmaceutical company. They have asked us to assist them in their search for a Director, Regulatory Affairs. Major tasks and responsibilities will include: • Manages the maintenance of FDA approvals (NDAs, BLAs etc) in compliance with relevant regulatory legislation and guidelines. • Provides regulatory input into plans for marketed products in line with commercial and company strategy, consulting with appropriate departments where necessary. • Acts as primary reviewer of all advertising, promotions, and other related materials for assigned products to ensure compliance with applicable FDA laws, regulations and guidance. • Represents regulatory affairs at project team and LMR team meetings. • Manages and approves (and distributes as appropriate) core regulatory documents such as Prescribing Information. • Stays abreast of all relevant regulatory and industry changes and updates related to FDA guidance, warning letters, enforcement actions and regulations... and communicates to appropriate internal and external personnel in a timely manner, highlighting the implications of the changes. • Manages the preparation, attendance and follow-up of meetings with Regulatory Agencies, including the generation of briefing documents and minutes. • Provides support for regulatory activities associated with due diligence and development strategy for in- and out-licensing activities, as needed. • Ensures that new safety information received is acted upon, as appropriate, in a timely manner. • Identifies, retains and manages external experts associated with regulatory activities, as needed. • Provides regulatory support for medical, and/or marketing/sales initiatives and programs. • Supervises the review and sign-off on all labeling for marketed products prior to use for assigned products/projects. • Acts as primary contact with FDA and EMEA for the company. Manages relationships with regulatory representatives for ROW filings. • Ensures the maintenance of paper and electronic records of all submissions and communications with regulatory authorities, and any supporting documentation. • Ensures all essential regulatory processes are written, incorporated into and controlled by the company Quality Assurance system. • Ensures that contracts with third-party Service Providers for regulatory activities include appropriate delegation of responsibilities and deliverables and are monitored for compliance with company core policies and SOPs. • Performs regulatory assessment of any proposed change under company Change Control system for impact on registered details for products. Provide approval where appropriate. We seek candidates with the following qualifications: • Requires life science qualifications with a minimum of 5 years of experience in regulatory affairs in the pharmaceutical industry. • Expert regulatory knowledge with specific experience in promotional material review is required. • Must have prior experience of directly communication with the FDA. • Excellent negotiation, verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills are required. • Must have good analytical and problem-solving skills • Requires good organizational and project management skills and attention to detail. • Ability to understand and present complex scientific arguments is required. • Must have the ability to decide the final content of regulatory submissions to FDA, ensuring an internal QC check prior to submission, liaising with the Head of Regulatory Affairs where necessary and /or appropriate Regulatory staff in HQ. • Ability to approve regulatory content of product packaging artwork is required. • Experience with EMEA and other global regulatory bodies is preferred. If interested, please apply directly to this job posting. No calls please. Include your daytime phone number and we will contact you confidentially or reply to your email. Fairway Consulting Group is included in Hunt Scanlon’s list of Top 50 Healthcare & Life Sciences Search Firms
Our Purpose We work to connect and power an inclusive, digital economy that benefits everyone, everywhere by making transactions safe, simple, smart and accessible. Using secure data and networks, partnerships and passion, our innovations and solutions help individuals, financial institutions, governments and businesses realize their greatest potential. Our decency quotient, or DQ, drives our culture and everything we do inside and outside of our company. We cultivate a culture of inclusion for all employees that respects their individual strengths, views, and experiences. We believe that our differences enable us to be a better team – one that makes better decisions, drives innovation and delivers better business results. Job Title Sr. Counsel, Cyber & Intelligence SolutionsOverview Mastercard is looking for an energized commercial/technology attorney to join its dynamic legal team to serve as a legal partner for the recent acquisition, RiskRecon, which is part of the Cyber ... Intelligence Solutions (C&I) group of Mastercard. Mastercard’s C&I team provides strategic and cutting edge safety, security, identity and fraud solutions to Mastercard’s customers and cardholders. This innovative team helps develop the next generation of Mastercard product solutions with respect to authentication, artificial intelligence, behavioral biometrics, cybersecurity, contactless transactions, and the internet-of-things. Under the direction of the Senior Managing Counsel, Cyber & Intelligence Solutions, this position will provide the legal and general support for the global commercialization of the RiskRecon products and functionalities. This position will be located in Purchase, NY and requires a background in cybersecurity. Role Provide solution-oriented counsel in support of the commercialization and sales efforts of the regional and local C&I teams; Assist the broader C&I legal team by closely monitoring and staying tuned with C&I’s global and regional strategy and direction, connecting the dots and understanding big picture and helping to guide the rest of the legal team to support the business accordingly and assisting in keeping the legal team proactive and ahead; Advise on legal, regulatory, reputational, and liability matters for new and existing products under an agile product development environment; Provide subject matter expertise with respect to cybersecurity laws and product development; Research on local law, conduct jurisdictional reviews, and collaborate with subject matter experts on data privacy, regulatory, IP, and other issues; Structure, draft, and negotiate complex commercial, services, partnership and license agreements; Leadership and liaison roles in aligning and collaborating across various business and legal teams; Collaborate with team members on product development and go-to-market implementation; Strategic partner and trusted advisor to a demanding business unit; High level of interaction with business clients; Manage wide-ranging issues such as data usage/privacy, intellectual property, compliance, regulatory, and tax by partnering with subject matter experts in these areas and other stakeholder teams, and balancing these issues against reputational risk to ensure product constructs and commercial agreements are consistent with corporate strategy, internal policies and procedures and applicable laws and regulations; Support sales and execution initiatives globally. All About You Strong global experience in cybersecurity as well as supporting commercialization of products and product management Solid corporate transactional training and experience (preferably from a highly reputable law firm); Must have strong drafting and negotiations skills with the ability to manage complex issues and deal structure; Ability to operate in an agile and less than full information environment and ability to make quick but calculated decisions while managing risk effectively; Must be pragmatic, solutions-oriented, business-friendly, creative, nimble, thought provoker, and an advocate for the business; Must have leadership skills in bringing different perspectives together and work through competing priorities; Must be able to work independently and collaboratively, but also take direction from manager and other team members, as appropriate; Must multi-task effectively in an extremely fast-paced team environment with short turnaround times; Must have strong communication skills to interact with clients and colleagues; Must be a team player and willing to take on responsibilities and roles that support the team, region, department and the company; Must be interested in significant contact with the business clients on a daily basis A Juris Doctorate degree (or non-U.S. equivalent) and admitted to bar (or non-U.S. equivalent) and in good standing Please note that this job description is not exhaustive and the job holder may be required to undertake additional duties from time to time to ensure the smooth running of the C&I business. Due to COVID-19, most of our employees are working from home. We’ve implemented a virtual hiring process and continue to interview candidates by phone or video and are onboarding new hires remotely. We value the safety of each member of our community because we know we’re all in this together. Mastercard is an inclusive Equal Employment Opportunity employer that considers applicants without regard to gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, disabled or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.​ If you require accommodations or assistance to complete the online application process, please contact [email protected] and identify the type of accommodation or assistance you are requesting. Do not include any medical or health information in this email. The Reasonable Accommodations team will respond to your email promptly
Castlight Health is looking for an experienced corporate and securities attorney to assume primary responsibility for in-house legal support. This attorney will work closely with Castlight’s General Counsel, executive leadership team, and outside counsel to provide guidance on all corporate activities, including SEC reporting & disclosures, stockholder meetings, compliance program, governance practices, corporate transactions, Board support, and other company priorities. This attorney will work alongside talented in-house legal and SEC reporting teams, and partner closely with our Finance, IR and equity administration functions. An ideal candidate will have a proven ability to work independently, own and execute key projects, manage cross-functional processes, pick up quickly on company priorities and initiatives, and deliver distinctive results. Responsibilities SEC Reporting & Disclosures. Provide substantive input into and assist in preparing SEC reports & disclosures... including 10-Ks, 10-Qs, and 8-Ks; draft Proxy statements; oversee Section 16 reporting program; and generally manage all legal aspects of Castlight’s SEC reporting process. Stockholder Meeting and Corporate Governance. Establish and run annual stockholder meeting process and corporate governance program; manage documentation related to corporate governance; and assist Accounting and HR with equity plan administration and executive compensation matters. Board of Directors Support. Support the Board of Directors and its Committees in areas of public disclosure, corporate governance, oversight responsibilities, and best practices. Strategic Counsel. Provide strategic counsel to the company’s senior leadership team on matters related to investor relations, corporate communications, major corporate initiatives, M&A activity, or other priority items for the CEO, General Counsel, CFO, and other members of the leadership team; manage outside counsel and their support of our in-house legal team, management, and Board. Key Requirements Strong academic background, including a JD and licensed to practice law, preferably in California 8 – 12 years of experience, including at least five years in a corporate or securities practice with a nationally recognized law firm and several years of in-house experience with a public company (SaaS preferable) focusing on securities matters, corporate governance, and Board practice. Experience supporting commercial, privacy, security, data, or other internal teams is helpful. Strong SEC disclosure drafting skills and comfort working with regulatory authorities and their representatives, including stock markets and the SEC, as well as outside counsel. Demonstrable history of blending legal advice with business acumen in support of corporate goals. Orientation to team-based culture and cross-functional collaboration. Desire and ability to be a creative, mature, and thoughtful partner to General Counsel, CEO, CFO, and Board of Directors. • ** PLEASE NOTE THAT WE ARE ONLY CONSIDERING BAY AREA or CALIFORNIA REMOTE CANDIDATES
You will work on some of the most exciting and challenging legal issues that impact fast-growth, late-stage private technology companies. You will have a chance to make an immediate impact, have significant responsibility, and take a leadership role in (i) IP portfolio management, (ii) IP enforcement, (iii) international IP expansion, (iv) managing IP litigation, and (v) project management more generally. What you’ll be doing (ie. job duties): • Organize and assist in invention/patent harvesting activities. • Preparation, prosecution, registration, and renewal support for patents and other forms of intellectual property. • Maintain our intellectual property portfolio. • Help create and manage our patent award program. • Handle contract templates and guideline documents. • Work with all areas of the business to ensure compliance with branding policies. • Collaborate on identifying and implementing process improvements that increase efficiency within the legal team and help us scale. •... Identify workstreams, ensure cross functional partners are on track, and that dependencies are addressed. • Assist in integration and maintenance of key systems that support the day to day operations of the legal team. What we look for in you (ie. job requirements): • 7+ years of relevant intellectual property and/or project management experience, ideally either a major law firm or in-house at a tech company. • Deep understanding of best practices for IP portfolio and docket management. • Experience in all phases of patent and trademark preparation and prosecution in the U.S. and in the WIPO. Substantial understanding of corresponding practices outside of the U.S. preferred. • Excellent organizational, communication, and project management skills with an ability to build and scale programs and lead various initiatives, with a strong sense of accountability and pride of ownership. • Ability to execute under pressure and within tight timelines while juggling multiple projects at once. • Ability to size up unstructured or ad hoc situations and proactively create a strategy to build processes that improve accuracy or efficiency, while remaining flexible and adaptable. • High level of accuracy, attention to detail, and excellent proofreading skills
Accountemps is seeking several Fraud Operations Specialists for a large and growing financial institution in SE Portland! These positions will be completely remote. Fraud Operations Specialists work directly with a Fraud Manager to meet the requirements of the of the Fraud Management Program. This includes minimizing the bank's exposure to loss from fraudulent activity. These duties include assuming responsibility for monitoring and reviewing fraudulent items on customer accounts or items received by the bank. If you are interested in this entry-level position, please apply online now or call 503.###.#### and ask for Sarah Schiesser! Essential Duties and Responsibilities - Responds to and investigates all reports of external fraudulent activity to include but may not be limited to: ATM, checks, loans, and wire transactions. - Provides assistance, supports and responds to questions and information needed by bank personnel regarding fraudulent activity. - Assists with preparation of... monthly reports. - Tracks fraud and reports losses and recoveries monthly. - Assists in daily monitoring of bank fraud detection systems and partner with other team members with respect to analyzing data and determining fraud trends and developing of fraud schemes. - Provide consistent quality service to both internal and external customers to meet or exceed bank standards. - Detect potential or actual fraudulent transactions through analysis of large volumes of transactional data. - Ensures that all departmental documents and activities are performed in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures as applicable to this position, including completion of required training. - Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned. - Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos. - Ability to read, analyze and interpret financial report and/or legal documents. - Excellent written and verbal communication skills and ability to write simple-to-business correspondence, routine reports, and procedures. - Ability to abide by necessary state and federal regulations. - Maintain a high level of confidentiality and exercise independent judgment and analysis. - Must be able to work from home in an environment where customer data is secure and privacy is a top priority. - Ability to work remotely and independently from direct Supervisor and other team members
This is an exciting opportunity for candidates who want to phase into retirement or have recently retired to have better work-life balance working from home. Well suited candidates must have a minimum of 25 years of work experience with the 15 most recent years working at a wholesale insurance broker. Work At Home Vintage Experts (WAHVE) is a work-at-home contract staffing firm. We are not a temp agency or a recruiting firm. We place skilled Commercial and Personal Lines insurance professionals who are approaching retirement age or have retired in long-term assignments, full-time or part-time, with one of our wholesale broker clients located throughout the United States. We offer an ideal opportunity for insurance professionals to change their work environment to the comfort of their own home. Job responsibilities include: • Processing and payment of surplus lines taxes and stamping fees in all 50 states. • Process daily, monthly, semi-annual and annual state filings for all 50... states. • Perform analysis and research of surplus lines requirements and directly work with the state department of insurance and/or stamping offices. • Produce tax and fee report to ensure all systems are updated properly. • Work with internal staff to ensure proper state tax identification and allocation. • Ensure all state requirements are being adhered to by staff. These Insurance Commercial Lines Compliance / Surplus Lines Tax Filings positions will best fit a candidate who has recently retired or will be retiring soon and desires a work-at-home environment. Positions can be full-time or part-time. Job Requirements - Please do not apply unless you meet the following criteria: • Candidates must have a minimum of 25 years of work experience. • Candidates must have at least 15 most current years of Insurance Commercial Lines Compliance / Surplus Lines Tax Filings experience. To be considered for this opportunity, please APPLY NOW! Company Description Work At Home Vintage Experts ( provides an innovative work solution to the insurance industry. WAHVE helps soon to retire and experienced professionals within the insurance industry stay productive longer. Our goal is to help them feel valued and achieve the work-life balance they’ve earned. WAHVE offers retirees and those phasing into retirement the ability to extend their careers working from home while providing employers with seasoned professionals to meet their talent staffing needs. Using our innovative work-at-home model, WAHVE contracts professionals to our insurance industry clients based on their job needs, full-time or part-time. WAHVE’s unique qualifying process and technology platform matches the right talent wherever they may live to the needs of our clients wherever their offices are located
Overview Remote Work Available Serves as a Subject Matter Expert (SME) for regulatory activities of R&D and/or lifecycle submissions to US FDA. This includes, but is not limited to, the compilation, review and submission of pre-approval (R&D) and/ or post-approval (lifecycle) submissions, such as original applications, amendments and deficiency responses, annual reports, supplements, supplement deficiency responses, and general correspondence for all regulatory submissions with a focus on Chemistry, Manufacturing and Controls (CMC) and Labeling. The candidate will be responsible for providing expert support in applicable team meetings and when consulted, and operate as a SME regarding regulatory guidances/regulations and strategies to other members of the regulatory department, as well as to other departments. The candidate will be expected to mentor and provide regulatory support to other associates within the group, as well as within the organization. Requires minimal to no... supervision. Responsibilities Compiles, reviews and submits applications, amendments and/or lifecycle changes (focus on CMC and Labeling) for the US market. Regulatory submissions such as annual reports, supplements, amendments for ANDAs and NDAs will be submitted to FDA as per the business needs and compliance with all FDA requirements. Reviews change controls for regulatory impact and documentation to be included in regulatory submissions (i.e. batch records (manufacturing, packaging), specifications, analytical methods, etc.) Provides expert support as a regulatory subject matter expert and work closely with cross-functional departments (i.e. Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Technical Services, Product Development, Analytical Development, Project Management etc.) to provide the appropriate regulatory requirements/guidance, as applicable. Support will also be provided to cross functional teams for applicable submissions to US FDA. Performs thorough review of peer submissions to ensure submission quality and compliance with current guidance and regulations. Serves as first line expert in fielding regulatory questions for the organization. Stays current with emerging regulatory guidance, and industry expectations and standards, and demonstrates the ability to translate these into process improvements or best practices. Actively looks for ways to improve current processes within department and across the business to gain efficiency and quality submissions to US FDA. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum of a Bachelors degree required (Science related field) Pharmaceutical experience a minimum of 6 years of regulatory submission experience Core Competencies: Excellent verbal and written communication skills with all levels of the organization Ability to multitask Ability to manage timelines and priorities with minimal to no supervision Ability to work independently without guidance Attention to detail Critical Thinking Job-Specific Competencies: Thorough understanding and expert knowledge of regulatory requirements for pre-approval and/or post-approval submissions for the US Market. Thorough understanding of regulations and requirements for US market through expert knowledge, FDA Guidance Documents and MAPPs, ICH Guidelines, Code of Federal Regulations as they pertain to generic drug products. Demonstrates the ability to ensure high quality submissions to US FDA are submitted as per the business. WWHIGH Notification to Agencies Please note that Express does not accept unsolicited resumes or calls from third-party recruiters or employment agencies. In the absence of a signed Master Service Agreement and approval from HR to submit resumes for a specific requisition, Express will not consider or approve payment to any third-parties for hires made

Associate Attorney (Lemon Law)

Superior Executive And Legal Recruiting

7 days ago
A plaintiff-side law firm practicing throughout California is looking for an associate attorney whose specialty is in lemon law cases. Candidates must be licensed to practice law in California. If qualified, please submit a current resume. Spanish speaking attorneys are encouraged to apply. This is a full-time remote position.
Job Description - Title Curative Services REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: Reports To: Supervisor – Title Curative WORKING RELATIONSHIPS: Direct Internal Liaisons: Title Curative Associates, Title Examiners, HUD and Funding Associates, Pre-Closing Associates, Post Closing Associates, Scheduling Associates, Client Service Direct External Liaisons: Clients, Closing Affiliates, Borrowers RESPONSIBILITIES: • *Under direct supervision, assist in clearing all title issues and exceptions for one or more client. • *Answer complex questions from clients and other internal departments about the title clearing process. • *Prepare mortgage documents for processing, including photocopying, labeling, and recording. • *Assemble, check, and verify the accuracy and completion of all loan documentation necessary for closing. • *Coordinate work with other internal departments in order to accurately service customers. • *Follow up on customer requests, missing documents, and performs basic project work. •... *Documents the resolution of basic customer inquiries and resolves routine problems in the title curative process. • *This position requires frequent over time, at times on a daily basis; must be available to work additional hours on short notice as determined by management to meet client expectations. • Essential Functions The above statements are intended only to describe the general nature of the job, and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of position responsibilities. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Minimum of High School Diploma or Equivalent JobRelated Experience: Must have a minimum of 3 to 5 years’ experience in the title insurance industry. Must be able to work in a high volume environment with strict deadlines.Experience with multiple state documents preferred. Must be able to follow established guidelines to accomplish and solve routine problems, referring non-routine matters to supervisor. Position Requirements: Ability to read and interpret real estate title related documents. Must meet projected production requirements as established by manager on a daily basis. Travel Requirements: N/A Functional Area Skills/Knowledge:Ability to effectively communicate information, including responding to questions, to managers, team members and/or customers one-on-one or in groups. Strong customer service, communication, organization and problem resolution skills, as well as detail oriented. Ability to work in an environment that monitors and sets high standards for production, accuracy and quality.Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.Ability to utilize the internet to perform technical research. Note: VBeyond is an Equal Opportunity Employer. No, special reference or privilage is give to any special group, whether related to Caste, Color, Gender, Creed etc
FLEX by Fenwick is all about FLEXibility. With FLEX, our attorneys each decide how much they want to work, and our engagements allow attorneys to decide when and how to work (and often where!). You will find FLEX attorneys throughout the tech sector, providing in-house expertise for temporary legal needs. Our client base is comprised of early stage venture-backed startups to Fortune 100 and everywhere in between. FLEX pre-qualifies all of our attorneys, taking the time to fully understand each attorney’s practice, depth of experience, and advising style to make sure they are perfectly positioned to be deployed into interesting and engaging projects. We are actively looking for General Counsel-level attorneys with 10+ years of experience that can serve in interim GC roles for a number of our clients in the life sciences/biotech industry. The Interim GC will oversee Compliance, Diligence, Grants, Filings, Policies, HIPAA, Employment, Corporate, Commercial, Regulatory, and Privacy... Prior life sciences industry experience is a must. Candidates in the San Francisco area are preferred. You can learn more about FLEX at We hope to hear from you soon
Reimagine your legal career Axiom is the global leader in high-caliber, on-demand legal talent. With over 2,400 employees spanning North America, the UK, Europe, and APAC, we enable corporate legal departments to drive efficiency and growth to adapt to a demanding new era. Axiom empowers you to take control of how you work while contributing your expertise to the world's best companies. Currently, we're hiring Telecommunications Lawyers to join us with: • At least 3+ years of experience at a top law firm and/or in-house and excellent academic credentials • Experience with FCC compliance, FAA air space regulations, municipality outreach, and due diligence related to cell tower siting/site acquisition and cell tower leasing • Ability to draft and negotiate a wide variety of commercial contracts including, but not limited to long-term fiber optic leases, procurement agreements, outsourcing agreements, sub-contract agreements, and related real estate transactions • Experience and... comfort working with and advising business clients directly with a high level of professionalism and outstanding business judgment • Active membership and good standing in the state bar where you currently reside The responsibilities for this role will include: • Working with and advising corporate clients directly, as well as the ability to provide entrepreneurial, pragmatic, business-oriented advice. • The ability to thrive in a large, fast-paced environment with a high level of professionalism and outstanding business judgment. Axiom is a leader in diversity, inclusion, and social engagement. Diversity is core to our values and we are proud to be an equal opportunity employer, offering access to a variety of professional development programs and continuing legal education opportunities. Since 2000, we’ve reached legal professionals globally and been committed to reimagining legal work. We seek to live up to the New York Times’ prediction that, “A more sweeping transformation may be on the horizon. And it may look a lot like Axiom”. Our company is ranked #1 in business of law, innovation in corporate strategy, and innovation in law firm efficiency by the Financial Times. Learn more about working at Axiom. Apply
8 days ago
Background: A Regulatory Affairs /Quality Expert is needed to provide advice, program management (PM) support, and mentorship to a government agency. The mission of this federal agency is to develop medical countermeasures to various Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) threats, Influenza and emerging diseases. The successful candidate will work closely with government and contractor personnel to implement quality initiatives, perform audits, provide clinical feedback across multiple therapeutic areas as necessary. Review clinical protocols and provide feedback as necessary. Support product development teams composed of non-clinical, clinical, regulatory, CMC, manufacturing and project management experts. This candidate will apply quality assurance principles and practices across the portfolio of pharmaceutical product development and late stage manufacturing efforts within the organization. Requirements: • Support BARDA Program Office(s) as a recognized regulatory... operations expert leading regulatory operational activity supporting drug, biologic, and device development regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA); • Expert knowledge of FDA submission types and management of FDA submissions compliant with the eCTD specification; • Advise senior leadership and scientists on compliance issues, requirements, and management systems; • Review contract proposal and related documents; • Provide oversight on quality/compliance as it relates to clinical trials; • Advise on the establishment and management of vendor/contractor relationships; • Provide senior-level briefing(s) to ASPR/BARDA as required; • Prepare regular reports to ASPR/BARDA management on various technical issues identified; • Provide project development level portfolio management and oversight; • Strategize innovative regulatory approaches to MCM development against emerging threats; • Advise regulatory and BARDA senior leadership on critical programmatic and project level regulatory challenges; • Provide training and advisement to BARDA staff on regulations, authoring regulatory documents, and interactions with regulatory authorities; • Expert knowledge of the Documentum platform highly desired; • Review as necessary complex submissions documents, Clinical protocols providing assessments; • Skilled in developing, implementing, managing, and integrating Quality Management Systems for regulatory operations activities including policies, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), and work flows; • Willingness to work in a hands-on capacity. Ability to work both independently and in a collaborative team setting and successfully build relationships with internal teams; • Travel as necessary to support RQA/Quality oversite; • Sit on various project teams as a Quality Representative; • Demonstrable track record managing projects of significant scope and complexity while meeting all deliverables and timelines; • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to effectively present information to management; • Assess BARDA submission requirements in consideration of BARDA Program Divisions and the regulatory operational requirements of BARDA core services including clinical, nonclinical, and manufacturing network services; • Draft, review and edit documents associated with submissions to regulatory authorities; • Provide editing review of draft and final documents prepared by other writers before internal and external distribution; • Ensure document content and style adheres to appropriate regulatory guidelines, and complies with agency SOPs and style guidelines; Education: • At least ten (20) years of relevant industry experience in pharmaceutical industry regulatory affairs positions; application of doctoral degree in biology, chemistry, or pharmacy or MS with commensurate experience. • Deliverables would include work products related to the management/oversight of regulatory affairs strategic planning and guidance within current and planned BARDA vaccine, therapeutic, device/diagnostic, and/or antimicrobial advanced development and acquisition contracts
L3Harris is dedicated to recruiting and developing diverse, high-performing talent who are passionate about what they do. Our employees are unified in a shared dedication to our customers’ mission and quest for professional growth. L3Harris provides an inclusive, engaging environment designed to empower employees and promote work-life success. Fundamental to our culture is an unwavering focus on values, dedication to our communities, and commitment to excellence in everything we do. Description: Job Title: Senior Program Control Compliance Analyst Job Code: Level 5 Job Location: Salt Lake City, Utah Job Description: Manage the tools and compliance efforts for Project Controls Direct and manage the EVMS training plan including preparation of and conducting training Lead process improvement efforts designed to increase accuracy and reduce preparation times of program financial reports Lead and assist in DCMA audits Responsible for managing the maintenance and enhancement of... the EV Toolset Support corporate financial audits Supervise and provide management support for senior analysts Essential Functions: EVMSInternal Surveillance Internal Baseline Review Preparation and Support Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Finance or Business Discipline required and 9 years of current DoD finance compliance experience. Aerospace and Defense Industry experience a must. Excellent analytical skills and an ability to communicate information to customers as well as the program management team and senior management Knowledge of Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS) a must. Previous experience working with DCMA in an auditing and compliance role Working knowledge of Cobra and wInsight SOX Compliance experience Preferred Additional Skills: MBA or MSF preferred. Self-motivated with a strong knowledge of Microsoft Excel and pivot tables as well as other Microsoft Office applications including (Word, PowerPoint, and Project
Ref ID: 00340-#######679 Classification: Remote Corporate Attorney Compensation: DOE Boutique corporate law firm in the East Bay has an immediate opening for a remote Corporate Associate Attorney. This firm prides itself on client relationships and focuses on supporting mid-size companies in California. As a Corporate Associate, you'll join a small team of attorneys and support staff, focusing on corporate transactions including M&A, contracts, and real estate. If you're looking for a remote position and have a passion for corporate law, this is the job for you! The ideal attorney will have 2-7+ years of experience as a corporate generalist, including experience in M&A, contracts, real estate, and corporate governance. This attorney doesn't need to be a pro with all of the subjects listed but must be able to hit the ground running in these areas with minimal guidance. You must also be able to work remotely and hold a JD from an ABA-Approved law school. Responsibilities will... include: - Correspond with clients on a regular basis to address needs and provide updates on work - Draft, redline, and negotiate a variety of contracts including vendor agreements, purchase and sale agreements, NDAs, and other misc. commercial contracts - Manage corporate governance including reporting, minute books, and shareholder advice and counsel - Assist with mergers and acquisitions including managing due diligence - Advise clients on real estate matters including lease agreement negotiations - Ad hoc project as assigned For immediate consideration, please email your resume to [email protected] Job Requirements: - 2-7+ years of experience as a corporate generalist, including experience in M&A, contracts, real estate, and corporate governance - This attorney doesn't need to be a pro with all of the subjects listed but must be able to hit the ground running in these areas with minimal guidance - Ability to work remotely - JD from an ABA-Approved law school - Active CA Bar license - The ideal candidate will live in California - Ability to thrive in a high-paced environment, requiring exceptional organizational skills, juggling client matters, and adhering to strict deadlines - Must possess analytical, legal research and writing skills - Excellent verbal, written, and social skills - Strong attention to detail Robert Half Legal matches legal professionals and consultants with some of the best companies on a full-time, project and temporary basis, serving both law firms and corporate legal departments. We also provide project and eDiscovery teams and workspace for a wide range of initiatives, including litigation support, mergers and acquisitions, and document review matters. Our personalized approach, innovative matching technology and global network with local market expertise help you find the legal jobs that match your skills and priorities fast. By working with us, you have access to challenging opportunities, competitive compensation and benefits, and training to enhance your skill sets. From philanthropy to environmental stewardship to employee programs, Robert Half is proud to have an active role in the communities in which we live and work. Our company has appeared on FORTUNE s Most Admired Companies list every year since 1998. Download our mobile app to take your job search on the go! Contact your local Robert Half Legal office at 888.###.#### or visit to apply for this job now or find out more about other job opportunities. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States. All applicants applying for Canadian job openings must be authorized to work in Canada. Robert Half is not a law firm and does not provide legal representation. 2020 Robert Half Legal. An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veterans. By clicking 'Apply Now' you are agreeing to Robert Half Terms of Use
For over four decades, our industry-trained regulatory consultants have provided expertise and guidance to help pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies get their products to market. Our regulatory and product development strategies are designed to reduce the risk of failure and increase financial returns on research investments. We provide efficient scientific and regulatory consulting services throughout the full product lifecycle. The Director level Principal Scientist will support multiple clients as a Regulatory Affairs Subject Matter Expert. They will develop and implement regulatory strategies, oversee all aspects of regulatory submission development, and lead Health Authority interactions for our clients. Accountabilities • Develop and implement regulatory strategies, including the identification of gaps or risks, for biologic and drug products across a range of therapeutic areas, including cell and gene advanced therapies • Prepare regulatory documents... including Module 1, meeting requests, meeting information packages, etc. • Manage multiple types of Health Authority applications (e.g. IND, BLA) across all phases of product development • Serve as the Health Authority point of contact (e.g. US Agent) • Oversee all aspects of regulatory submissions (e.g., INDs, CTAs, BLA, etc.) including content development and organization, coordination of cross-functional team activities, timeline maintenance, management of project financials, and ensuring of compliance with applicable Health Authority requirements • Prepare teams for and lead the conduct of milestone development meetings with Health Authorities • Interact with cross-discipline client teams, including senior executive teams, to contribute strategic advice, insight and business-oriented regulatory opinions Qualifications • 10+ years regulatory affairs experience • Advanced technical life science degree (PhD, PharmD, MD, DVM) preferred; minimum Bachelors degree in a life science-related discipline. Preferably in genetics, biochemistry, or immunology • Prior regulatory experience with biologic products, including Advanced Therapies (e.g., cellular and gene therapies) required • Regulatory Affairs Certification is preferred, but not required • Direct experience communicating and interacting with major Health Authorities, including participating in/leading major interactions such as INTERACT, PIND, EOP2, and scientific advice meetings • Extensive regulatory experience across all product lifecycle stages • Experience with dossier compilation (e.g. BLA), submission and approval process in 1 or more major regions • Solid knowledge of FDA, EMA and other global regulations/regulatory requirements and ICH guidelines • Demonstrated leadership and program/project management skills, including proven ability to effectively manage cross-functional teams • Experience working in a matrixed, global and multi-site environment • Strong written and verbal, analytical, organizational and interpersonal skills • This is a remote work from home position Cardinal Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status
Overview We are looking to hire a seasoned Fraud Investigator to complement our growing fraud detection team. Ideally, this person will have experience investigating data and trends related to prescriber, pharmacy, Medicare, 340B, or other related healthcare fraud against pharmaceutical manufacturer financial assistance programs. The selected candidate should demonstrate a clear ability to act upon alerts and data dashboards that have identified potential fraud. This role protects the integrity of our patient assistance programs and co-pay assistance programs in the marketplace across all of TrialCard. This individual will be responsible for all aspects of monitoring/detection, investigation, and reporting of potential fraud in an effort to proactively protect our programs from suspicious behaviors. This position will, on a daily basis review potential fraudulent actors deemed suspicious by internal tools that will trigger an investigation including, but not limited to data... analysis, various online searches/validations, make calls to pharmacies and/or healthcare providers, and work with our internal teams, as well as our processors to determine if fraud is occurring. Once a conclusion is made, the person will drive appropriate next steps while keeping detailed reports on all actions. This individual will work closely with the account team assigned to the impacted customer and will frequently find themselves in a customer-facing role. The candidate must be very detailed oriented, have experience with data analytics, a familiarity with claims data, and have superior communication skills. The candidate will also be expected to manage multiple investigations efficiently, be able to record open items effectively, track monthly metrics, and must make informed recommendations to management.Responsibilities • Analyze data and trends from enrollments and claims where TrialCard patient assistance and co-pay programs have been used and that exhibit suspicious behavior • Conduct pharmacy and/or healthcare provider inquiry phone calls to audit and confirm claim data is legitimate • Work with assigned customer account team and impacted customer to take appropriate action in timely manner • Documenting analyses and call results in formal case reports • Preparing and communicating results to internal teams, management, and Chief Compliance Officer • Preparing monthly metrics • Record and maintain master blocked pharmacy records • Ensure all internal SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) are followed and completed in a timely manner • Manage a process to determine if no fraud has occurred and manage a whitelist of pharmacies and/or covered entities • Creating case file with all evidence of why fraud has occurred and its impacts to TrialCard programsQualifications • 5-7 years' experience as a data analyst, investigator, and/or in the healthcare industry with a preferable focused on fraud • Bachelor's degree from a 4-year college or university or equivalent level of training and experience • Ability to process and understand large amounts of data and make insightful decisions based on analysis of the data • Possesses knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry and claim data, particularly how claims are processed • Prefer knowledge in Medicare, 340B, or other related government programs and fraud trends and abuse tactics • Expert knowledge of Excel and Word • Investigative techniques to conclude if fraud occurred • Have the ability to conduct phone/verbal claim validation with both pharmacies and doctor offices with a proven track record • Possesses ability to quickly analyze and comprehend data and often coordinates with multiple teams • Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills • Superior interpersonal skills, relationship builder, able to work with diverse groups of colleagues and directly with clients
What You Will Do: • Establish, implement, and optimize processes that keep Yelp in compliance with relevant requirements. • Work with internal and external audit partners to achieve compliance for in-scope systems. • Establish metrics and reporting mechanisms for assessing security, privacy, and compliance risk across the organization. • Develop and measure against risk management framework identifying risks that will drive future strategies. • Drive roadmap and quarterly planning process for compliance initiatives across Product and Engineering. • Provide transparency and predictability of initiatives for stakeholders. • Integrate compliance into product requirements in a way that maintains high developer velocity.We Are Looking For: • 5+ years of experience in a compliance or information security role. • 3+ years of experience as a Technical Program Manager working with various cross-functional teams. • Experience with PCI compliance in a large-scale software company. • Experience... with SOX and other compliance requirements. • Ability to translate regulatory requirements into concise and practical engineering requirements. • Excellent technical fundamentals with a solid track record of delivering results for large and complex projects. • Experience working with a broad set of internal stakeholders across various departments. • Ability to communicate effectively to both technical and non-technical audiences
TransPerfect Is More Than Just a Job… Our greatest asset is our people, and nothing is more important to us than ensuring that everyone knows that. Each of our 90+ offices has its own individual identity, and each also has its own unique rewards. Locations: US-AZ (Remote), US-CA (Remote), US-CO (Remote), US-CT (Remote), US-FL (Remote), US-GA (Remote), US-IL (Remote), US-MD (Remote), US-NC (Remote), US-New York, NY (Remote), US-NJ (Remote), US-PA (Remote), US-TX (Remote), US-VA (Remote), US-Washington, DC (Remote) Job Role: Licensed Attorneys for Remote Document Review Description: TransPerfect is seeking licensed attorneys to work Remotely for a Short Project Target Start Date: Tuesday 5/14 or Wednesday 5/15, 2019 Estimated Duration: 2-3 Days Location: Remote Expected Schedule: Standard business hours Pay Rate: $30.00/hourly (1.5 hourly rate for OT if approved Required Qualifications: licensed attorney, active and in good standing; previous document review experience, access... to reliable internet
We are looking for a smart, enthusiastic Certification and Compliance Specialist to join us in transforming an industry. In this position your key responsibilities will be to develop, maintain and file reports as required for warranty, exemptions, and Greenhouse Gas credits. You will be responsible for the coordination, auditing, and maintaining of compliance documents including managing the regulatory library. As a valued team member with the ability to work with minimal supervision, you will interact with relevant stakeholders including product management, engineering, and government agencies. Our core values are a deep passion to build something special, collaborate with talented, like-minded people, and "owning it". If the pace here doesn’t scare you, but excites you, and quality and integrity matter to you, then introduce yourself and let’s start a conversation. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the following satisfactorily; other duties... may be assigned. You Will: • Understand the applicable vehicle regulations – EPA and CARB Greenhouse Gas, FMVSS, ROHVA, and Coast Guard including Consumer Products • Interface with the Program Team to provide and request the necessary documentation required to gain agency approvals • Monitor Industry Changes and Releases for impact to regulatory compliance and work with the appropriate Engineering Group to validate and document compliance • Maintain Regulatory Library with current and pertinent information in a user-friendly format so anyone at Nikola Motor has easy access and the most up to date information • Establish and maintain reporting database as well as prepare agency reports for warranty, exemptions, and NHTSA VIN • Responsible for vehicle safety team document management • Assist Compliance Engineer with researching and communicating regulatory standards for hydrogen fuel cell and battery electric powertrains • Submit compliance documents in the appropriate proprietary databases as required for certification and reporting • Assist Vehicle Safety team as necessary in the development of compliance documents for FMVSS, ECE, or Nikola Technical Standard • Track temporary import equipment, prepare allowed exemptions and plan exposition of expired import • Participate in joint industry/government activities • Participate in Change Control Boards and Quality meetings representing the team and imposing documentation/test requirements as needed You have: • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience required • Minimum of 5 years industry experience in an automotive or related regulated field • 3 to 5 years related experience in evaluating regulatory compliance or closely related field • Previous experience working with regulatory & certification entities such as NHTSA, EPA, and CARB • Experience writing technical documents and establishing libraries and databases. • Strong knowledge of vehicle regulations preferred, knowledge of powersports and or personal watercraft regulations a plus • Knowledge of green automotive sectors (EV, FCEV) a plus • Excellent written & oral communication skills • Able to write for a variety of audiences in a variety of formats • Competency in sourcing regulatory legislation • Ability to work with minimal supervision • Ability to grasp a variety of software packages to complete tasks as needed
Perform analyst role- Document user stories, involved with testing, and maintenance Pyramid Consulting Group has a client with an immediate need for an experienced BANKING BSA/DATA ANALYST for Pittsburgh or remote tole. Requirements includes • Must have some type of Oracle Applications experience, experience/knowledge with the following modules preferred: AML (Anti Money Laundering, Case Management, Behavioral Detection, SAR Suspicious Activity Reporting • Must have solid Data Analysis/Modeling experience with large data sets specific to "R, Tableau, Python, SAS (should have 3 out of 4) • Must have Jira or Version One • Must have Agile User Story creation experience • Banking is preferred not required • Degrees or certifications required: Bachelor's degree required • Agile certification preferred Pittsburgh location or REMOTE Contract to hire.
Maven is the leading women's and family healthcare company. Named the #1 Most Innovative Company in Health by Fast Company in 2020, Maven advances women's health, family planning, and diversity in the workforce by empowering parents to plan or start a family while growing their careers. Employers love Maven because it helps lower their healthcare costs while improving their ability to attract and retain women and working parents. Founded in 2014 by Katherine Ryder, Maven has raised $88MM, and is backed by Icon Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Oak HC/FT, Spring Mountain Capital, Female Founders Fund, Harmony Partners, and individual strategic investors Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling, Natalie Portman, and Anne Wojcicki. As Associate General Counsel and the second attorney at Maven, you'll work on exciting matters that require proactive legal guidance. Reporting into our General Counsel, the projects you work on challenge you to think creatively and constructively. You'll drive business... impact by drafting and negotiating complex commercial contracts with different clients and vendors, as well as providing general advice and regulatory compliance support across the company. Your contributions will be impactful, value driven and you will play an instrumental role as a key advisor across the business. As Associate General Counsel, you will: • Act as a strategic business partner to review, draft, and negotiate on a range of commercial agreements, particularly focusing on our services for customers, channel partners, and vendors • Manage due diligence processes, including identifying risks and proposing solutions, in connection with deals and other partnerships • Work with product and engineering teams to ensure our products and services comply with existing applicable regulations • Create and/or monitor terms of use, product policies, and disclosures, and review marketing collateral and product claims • Remain up-to-date on relevant industry trends, laws and regulations to ensure an ongoing ability to provide sound compliance advice • Support and advise our People Team on policies, procedures, and compliance. Requirements • 5+ years of in-house commercial legal experience, with a particular focus on the technology sector. Experience at a successful, high-growth SaaS company is an advantage • Strong background and interest in commercial agreements to drive revenue/business growth in the healthcare space • Excellent negotiating skills, keen analytical abilities, a pragmatic approach to problem-solving, as well as a track record of success in handling complex business and legal issues in a fast-paced, agile and evolving technology-driven business environment • Sound and practical business judgment, intellectual creativity, and problem-solving skills • Self-reliant and able to prioritize workload • Experience working with regulatory bodies and data privacy preferred • Qualified attorney and Member of Bar Association or otherwise eligible to practice a In-House Counsel. Benefits & Perks: Maven employees are united in their quest to improve the health and well-being of women and their families in our community. We seek to empower all of our team members to fulfill that mission and reach their full potential regardless of function, geography or experience level. That's why we invest in our employees, who are our most important asset in achieving our mission. To that end, we offer: • Choice of great medical, dental, and vision insurance plan options, including a plan for which the premium for employees is 100% covered by Maven • 401(k) plan • Unlimited paid time off • Free One Medical membership • Monthly stipend for your choice of wellness benefits • Pre-tax commuter benefits • 12 weeks parental leave and 2 weeks flexible time upon return • Annual professional development stipend • Access to the Maven platform service and free Maven appointments for employees, family & friends • Weekly team lunches and bagel breakfasts • Bottomless office snacks and regular happy hours • Annual company offsite • 1 month paid sabbatical after 5 years Maven is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees
We need you! Level 2 Legal is actively interviewing now for licensed attorneys with fluent Japanese and English language skills. Previous experience in document review is a plus. Competitive rates apply. You have the option of working remotely, as well as joining us onsite in our Dallas, TX, office if you live locally. Does this position sound like a fit for you? • Must have active law license in good standing from one of the 50 United States • Must be eligible to work in the United States. We do not provide sponsorship. • ALTA Testing required • JLPT Certification required • Must work a minimum of 40 hours per week (additional hours available and sometimes required). • If remote, must comply with Level 2 Legal security requirements Please send us your resume as soon as possible if you would like to be considered to join our team. We have never been busier, and our team needs you! Who We Are Level 2 Legal is a leading provider of eDiscovery and legal solutions, specializing in... eDiscovery, managed review, and compliance solutions. If Level 2 Legal sounds like somewhere you could make a difference, we would like to talk with you - and soon
Autonomy and Quality of Life in Workers' Comp! Highly successful and fast-growing mid-sized Work Comp law firm offers superb Remote opportunity for an experienced Workers Compensation Attorney located in the Los Angeles / Southern California area. This Position Is Open Now - Brief Highlights Include • Highly Competitive base salary with low Billing Min and Achievable Bonuses • Generous Monthly Car Allowance • Monthly Phone Allowance • Flexible full-time schedule | Remote Job | No Requirement To Attend HQ • HealthCare HMO PPO | Retirement Plan • Paperless Organization Leave Micromanagement and Grind behind you and live the ideal life in Workers' Comp with Autonomy and Work-Life-Balance. Job Reference: Attorney - Workers' Compensation Defense - 127174