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ProfileSenior Legal Counsel, Sourcing and Procurement The candidate will be responsible for providing strategic, tactical and execution level legal support of all phases of our vendor engagement and management initiatives. Will operate on aggressive, fixed timelines, with high volume deal flow. Interact closely with business clients and cross-functional teams, including firm’s procurement organization and other constituent organizations (security, IT, privacy, ethics and compliance and others). Draft, review, negotiate, counsel and oversee a wide variety of vendor contracts, ranging from routine to complex transactional matters for firm. Analyze and interpret complex sourcing and procurement transactions to ensure compliance, consistency, and legal risk mitigation across multiple jurisdictions. Proactively and collaboratively process a large volume of contracts under demanding time constraints. Deliver innovative, pragmatic, timely, and business-oriented legal counsel to Workday’s various internal clients and stakeholders in a positive and constructive manner. Work closely with internal operations teams to build scalable infrastructure for supporting rapidly growing domestic and international teams. Collaborate with procurement organization regarding improved ways to facilitate high volume transactions for clients. Counsel business units to support business initiatives and internal compliance, in addition to a wide range of legal issues. Support other areas as necessary including areas involving unfamiliar subject areas.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must have JD degree from a recognized U.S. law school and licensed to practice in California, or eligible for in-house registration. Should have 8+ years of experience supporting vendor transactions (drafting, revising and negotiation experience). Significant experience negotiating complex contracts while simultaneously managing a high volume of day-to-day transactions is required.