Corporate Paralegal (Bilingual-Chinese Mandarin)
- City of Industry, CA, USA
America Chung Nam is the world leader in paper recycling. Since 2001, ACN has been the Top US Exporter by volume, and we are an innovative company with a culture based on long-term relationships. During the last 26 years, ACN has grown into a billion-dollar company and global leader in providing an integrated supply chain for recyclables from around the world. ACN maintains a nurturing and creative corporate environment for our most valued assets — our employees. America Chung Nam promotes socially conscious values, such as giving back to our communities, both globally and domestically, and the protection of our planet’s natural resources.
The Corporate Business Paralegal will work closely with the Marketing, Sales and Finance Teams to review and manage the company’s routine contracting with vendors, service providers, consultants, and collaborators both domestics and overseas. Primary responsibilities will include: ownership of the contract database; managing renewals of expiring agreements; drafting new sales, purchasing and service agreements, reviewing and editing agreements and legal documents provided by venders, service providers, suppliers, consultants; processing of standard confidentiality, consulting, service, transfer agreements; preparation and maintenance of the company’s legal records.
Prepare sales, purchase, service and other contract forms for organization
Review organization protocols and policies to ensure compliance
Draft organization confidential and non-disclosure agreements,
Support Management Team in negotiation and management of contracts, draft legal correspondences.
Conduct due diligence investigation and fact researches
Prioritize and manage deadlines for multiple simultaneous contracts and projects.
Participate in negotiation of contract terms, conditions and pricing and follow up to ensure execution according to the negotiated terms
Tracking contracts and generate reports on the status of existing agreements
Create standardized language for new contracts
Analyze and report on specific risks associated with contracts
Maintain contact/legal records filing, manage renewals of expiring agreements, and other legal records
Able to manage and report information across a variety of matters and communicate effectively in writing and verbally at all levels of the company
Communicate and follow up with external legal professional on specific company needs, negotiate rates and
Assist in ad-hoc assignments
Paid Time Off
Bachelor Degree in Paralegal Studies or law is required
5+ years of experience working as a paralegal/contract administrator experience
Ample knowledge of corporate, business laws, and basic knowledge of labor laws
Able to handle multiple tasks and work independently, able to meet deadline in a fast-paced working environment
Experience working with and managing contracts
Excellent communication and organization abilities, ability to work collaboratively on cross-functional teams
Strong research and report-generating skills
Knowledge and understanding of the legal requirements involved in specific contracts
Attention to detail and ability to notice errors
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Experience with private companies
Paralegal certification is a plus
Mandarin Chinese preferred
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.