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Securities and Corporate Governance Attorney The candidate will have direct responsibilities relating to some of all of the following: securities law compliance (33 and 34 Act expertise required); NYSE listing standards compliance; Delaware corporate and partnership law compliance, advising on financing matters and administering corporate secretary functions for MPC, MPLX and their respective subsidiaries. Specifically, can expect to: Provide support and/or lead on MPC and MPLX securities related matters, including directly drafting SEC filings, including portions of Annual Reports on Form 10-K, Quarterly Reports on Form 10-Q, Current Reports on Form 8-K, Proxy Statements, Registration Statements, Forms 13 and Forms 3,4 and 5; lead on preparing certain executive and director compensation disclosures; analyze corporate governance requirements as found in applicable securities laws, stock exchange listing standards, issuer governing documents, board and committee charters and company policies; coordinate and oversee aspects of the MPC/MPLX Compliance and Ethics Program; provide strong support on all aspects of corporate governance and investor relations matters; provide strong backup support on private and public financing transactions; serve on project teams in merger and acquisition contexts; assist with the administration of subsidiary and joint venture entities; develop and implement preventive law training programs, conduct presentations and participate in other activities to educate company officers and employees as to securities and other laws (such as the FCPA) and company policies. Will have direct and frequent interaction with internal client groups including, the Offices of the MPC and MPLX CFOs and Corporate Secretaries; the respective MPC and MPLX Controller’s and Treasury organizations (with direct support of the financial reporting function); MPC and MPLX Investor Relations, Public Affairs, Internal Audit, Business Development, the Office of Business Integrity and Compliance; and others.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: An undergraduate degree in accounting and public accounting experience is a plus. A JD Degree, be licensed to practice law in the U.S. and either admitted to practice in Ohio or eligible for corporate counsel practice in Ohio. Must have 5+ years of legal experience counseling on securities laws compliance with a large law firm or publicly traded company. Meticulousness drafting and strong overall communication skills are a must, as is a team orientation.
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