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Associate General Counsel, Sales and Marketing

Company name

Oculus VR, LLC.

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Years of Experience

Min 8 yrs required


Menlo Park, CA

Date Last Verified

Feb 21,2018

Posted on

Dec 22,2017
Practice Area
Marketing Law >> Marketing Law
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Associate General Counsel, Sales and Marketing The candidate will provide practical and expert legal guidance to the sales, retail, and ecommerce teams, while also providing support for other marketing and promotional initiatives. Will support general business objectives related to sales and marketing. Influence and build relationships with executives, product teams and peers across company and Facebook. Collaborate with subject matter experts at company and Facebook to analyze and communicate legal risks. Must have a J.D. degree with membership in at least 1 state Bar. Should have 8+ years of sales transaction and operations legal experience in-house and/or at law firms. Experience with retail, ecommerce, and other B2B sales, as well as sales channel is required. Must have industry experience and legal knowledge in evaluating, addressing, and advising on sales issues – including antitrust and competition, pricing and promotions, and direct consumer sales. Experience with consumer products, and emerging technology products and services is needed. Experience building influence with creative and enthusiastic sales and marketing teams and executives, and advising those teams directly is desired. Experience with consumer electronic products and connected devices is a plus. International sales channel experience is desired. Prior in-house and law firm experience is preferred.

Company info

Hiring Coordinator
Oculus VR, LLC.
1601 Willow Road
Menlo Park, CA 94025

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