Bilingual (Mandarin) Corporate Legal Counsel
- City of Industry, CA, USA
Admin Service Inc is the HR and Administrative Service Provider for the largest recycled paper exporter and its business partners. The Corporate Legal Counsel that has 3PL, trucking, and manufacturing experiences to oversee Compliance Management, be responsible for Legal Matter Management with Business Unit Executives and work closely with Marketing, Sales and Finance in Contract Management both domestics and overseas.
1. Compliance Management
Develop programs, policies, and practices to ensure that the company complies with federal, state, and local regulatory requirements including Labor, Employment, EPA, OSHA, FTA, etc. related.
Track and update rules and regulations and update policies, operational manuals, and procedures.
2. Legal Matter Management
Conduct legal research and provide legal advice to senior management team.
Address any unforeseen events, define and analyze issues, provide legal opinion on solutions and risk mitigations.
Maintain internal legal department files and update legal matters periodically.
Manage correspondence with outside counterparties, governmental agencies, and counsels.
Manage legal costs against budget.
Manage outside counsels.
Manage company corporate records.
Communicate the results to company management and other stakeholders.
3. Contract Management
Manage the contract life cycle for all company contracts.
Review, draft, revising and negotiate contracts, monitoring of contract performance and compliance, recommend improvements and innovations to oversight of contract process and ensuring contract accuracy.
Work with internal and external customers and suppliers, obtain the requirements needed for each contract and prepares statistical analysis for management’s review.
Communicates and manages workflow of all contract stages.
Develop standards for contracts, including general language and provisions for sales, purchase, service, NDA, license, and other contracts.
Perform appropriate legal and operational research, provide evaluation and recommendation reports to senior management in contract development.
Development, and implementation of new contract policy and processes.
Support and interface with insurance companies regarding adequacy of coverage and purchasing needs, serve as primary organizational contact during contract negotiations.
Maintenance of contract tracking system follow-up on a variety of contract document requirements.
Bachelor’s and master’s degree in law is required, California bar required.
5+ years of experience in 3PL and / or manufacturing, respectively.
Experience with private companies.
Excellent written and oral communication and organization skills, ability to work collaboratively on cross-functional teams.
Ample knowledge of litigation, compliance, corporate & business laws, labor laws, etc.
Able to handle multiple tasks, work independently and meet deadline in a fast-paced working environment.
Strong research and report-generating skills.
Attention to detail.
Paid Time Off
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.