Corporate/Attorney/In House/Ames, Iowa

Company Name:
BITSOFT INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Associate General Counsel/Senior Attorney
Duties: Will be responsible for completing, directing, coordinating and supervising legal activities of major importance to the corporation?s long-term future. Will be responsible for drafting and review contracts, identifying and resolving business and legal risks, advising on regulatory matters, overseeing litigation, employment law matters, SEC filings, international business activities, and be actively engaged in the company?s mergers and acquisitions. These activities are typically highly confidential, may be enterprise-wide in scope and involve frequent interaction with both internal and external parties including company's Senior Leadership Team, company's technical, manufacturing and operational staff, external C-level management, universities, outside legal counsel and others. Will be responsible for managing a wide variety of general corporate matters, contract review and negotiation, intellectual property matters, document management and other legal activities with accountability for meeting timelines, budgets and project objectives. Analyze legal contracts, report and communicate on legal matters to C-level management and other parties. Apply legal knowledge to areas of concern and utilize formal problem solving techniques to develop and implement solutions. Maintain cross-organizational relationships with key personnel, including Production, Procurement, Quality, Sales, Risk Management and other internal departments to align departmental efforts and priorities with overall company objectives. Cultivate a collaborative, creative, results-oriented work environment across departments.

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