Senior Counsel - Labor And Employment Relations
The candidate will perform direct, consistent, high-level legal services for, represent, and support CommonSpirit in connection with one or more specialty areas at the system or division level. Direct legal services will include, but not be limited to: preparation, review, and revision of complex specialty-related contracts and arrangements (using templates adopted by the Legal Team, as appropriate); development of specialty-specific policies, protocols, and guidelines; lead or serve on specialty-related interdisciplinary workgroups; oversight of specialty-specific internal and governmental reviews, investigations, and audits; performance of due diligence and assistance with transaction integration matters associated with specialty; preparation, review, and revision of specialty-related government/accreditation body notices, reports, filings, and other documents with legal implications; and provision of general legal counsel and specialty-specific advice. Enhance subject matter expertise in assigned specialty area(s) in support of business owners’ needs and Legal Team’s work, serving as a legal subject matter expert capable of providing sophisticated legal advice and counsel, and acting as a liaison, as needed or requested, to system or division level management, boards, and committees, as well as to other members of the Legal Team. Develop knowledge of other health care laws applicable to CommonSpirit. Actively engage and coordinate with other Legal Team members, as needed, for effective delivery of specialty legal services across the enterprise. Supervise, direct, manage, and collaborate with junior attorneys, paralegals, executive assistants, and other Legal Team support staff. Manage and evaluate outside counsel engaged to provide specialty-specific legal support. Prepare, review, and revise corporate documents (e.g., articles of incorporation and bylaws) and assist with internal CommonSpirit approval processes (e.g., Governance Matrix, Approval and Signature Authority Policy, etc.) related to specialty area(s). Manage and assist with specialty-specific litigation, administrative proceedings and other regulatory (including licensure and certification) proceedings or matters. Must have Juris Doctor or equivalent degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association. Health law or specialty professional education, or equivalent experience preferred. Should have 8+ years’ legal work experience either with a law firm or in-house legal department involving the performance of general, operational, or specialty legal services for hospitals, health systems, medical foundations or groups, clinics, providers, health care delivery organizations, or integrated delivery systems. Must have 5+ years of leadership experience. Must have active State Bar licensure, registration as in-house counsel, or equivalent acceptable status for state of primary work location. Must be licensed in the state of California. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills. Should have strong drafting skills suitable to more complex and sophisticated matters.
Requisition ID: 2021-182211.
444 W. LAKE ST
Chicago, IL 60606-0097