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ProfileChief Counsel The candidate will be responsible for advising management concerning legal rights, obligations, and privileges, interpreting laws, rulings, and regulations, and representing UCOR in litigation and other legal proceedings. Function under the supervision of Corporate Managing Attorney. Conduct and supervise broad legal assignments necessitating ability to evaluate matters which may have a major bearing on the conduct of the organization’s business. Plan and assign personnel for given projects or tasks. Interprets and applies organization policy. Recommend changes in procedures. Operate with substantial latitude for unreviewed action or decision. Possess and apply comprehensive legal knowledge to the completion of complex assignments. Perform a vast range of legal counseling functions involving, but not limited to, leases, licenses, purchases, sales, insurance, etc. Provide legal advice to the company, prepares resolutions, and participates in major legal actions. Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of legal techniques, procedures, and criteria and is competent in all aspects of the job. Demonstrate the proven capability to work with upper management, department heads, groups, subsidiaries, and projects to meet legal requirements and to resolve critical issues; to advise executive and middle management on company policies and legal issues; and to manage people through excellent leadership and communication skills. May be assigned to a position in support of the site Emergency Operations Center (EOC) or Joint Information Center (JIC). Support the LEAN Program by identifying and working to eliminate waste from work processes. J.D. or LL.B degree required. Extensive corporate legal experience required. Must be fully qualified in a particular area of law, such as litigation, tax, or labor. Demonstrated: experience with a familiarity and understanding of the project execution process; experience in employment law and litigation; knowledge of labor relations and collective bargaining among multiple unions required. Working knowledge of the Earned Value Management System (EVMS) process required. Familiarity and understanding of the DOE EM budget process required. Ability to obtain a DOE Q security clearance required. Strong interpersonal skills to include effective oral and written communication skills required. DOE site work experience preferred. Deadline: August 17, 2017.
Requisition ID: 165034BR