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In-House Counsel, Regulatory Compliance Duties: Providing legal guidance on all aspects of Engineering network operations, including 911. Will: advise on legal requirements for 911 service and outage reporting, for existing and new products and services; deliver actionable, practical legal advice to clients and assist them in complying with internal policies, and federal and state regulations, while meeting business objectives; implement compliance programs through partnership and collaboration with the business and other legal experts; support the development of automation and tools for compliance with regulations in engineers and operations response to outage incident response; prepare letters and/or talking points for communications to federal and state regulatory agencies, including the FCC; demonstrate creativity in partnering with engineering and product teams to address regulatory compliance challenges; be willing to take on complex, fast-moving projects and be proactive in delivering actionable guidance and driving to solutions; monitor changes in 911 law and regulation, recommend new policy and procedures as necessary to meet new compliance obligations; coordinate with Government Affairs on proposed changes or modifications of law and regulation; and communicate legal advice to engineering and operations clients in a simple, informal, practical and un-legalistic way.
Qualification and Experience
QUALIFICATIONS: JD Degree from an accredited university with strong academic credentials. 4+ years of experience at a law firm, regulatory agency, and/or in-house. Prior telecom or technology experience a plus. Experience in litigation, investigations, regulatory, or adversarial situations preferred. Ability to lead and advise on complex and fast-moving projects. Effective communicator. Understanding of state and federal regulatory requirements for 911 service a plus.
Req ID: 100312BR
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