Contract Specialist / Administrator / Negotiator, Procurement Analyst (Supervisory/Non/Lead), GS 11-15
Duties: The candidate will be responsible for the procurement of highly specialized equipment, components and systems for high-rise buildings and their operating systems, the construction of specialized equipment or special purpose buildings, information technology equipment and systems, professional or technical services, and/or a variety of supplies.
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Associate General Counsel / Senior Legal Counsel
The candidate will report to the EVP, Legal and Corporate Collaboration. Will serve as a trusted business advisor as well as legal counselor and effectively balance business goals with legal risk. Draft and negotiate software/technology licensing. Draft and negotiate sophisticated reseller and channel sales agreements. Draft commercial contracts and templates and serve as lead negotiator for complex transactions with service... read more
Psychologist, GS 07-09
Duties: The candidate performs developmental assignments in the application of professional principles, techniques, methods, and procedures relating to workplace behavior, attitudes, and culture, and the application of information about human abilities, motivation, and other characteristics. Assignments consist of the less difficult and more routine tasks in support of higher-level psychologist or other specialist, and become progressively more diffi... read more
The candidate will join firm engaged in civil and trial practice in all state and federal courts with an emphasis on insurance defense including long haul trucking and motor carrier defense, casualty, products liability, malpractice, personal injury, bad faith, business litigation and construction.
Associate General Counsel
The candidate will assist company General Counsel and Contracts Team with a variety of tasks, including contract review and negotiation, contract drafting, legal research and writing, risk management, corporate governance and other corporate legal matters, and human resources matters.
The candidate will provide direct support to our attorneys in preparing pleadings, motions, orders, discovery, and basic legal correspondence. Will also assist with attorney calendars, organizing files, preparing for hearings, mediation, and trials. Prepare pleadings, legal correspondence, motions, affidavits, memoranda, orders, and other legal documents as directed by attorneys. Meet (phone, in person, and virtually) with clients, attorneys, and third...
General Counsel Assistant
The candidate will review contracts for conformity to company rates, rules and regulations and insurance requirements. Data Entry/Project Set Up. Monitors existing contracts to ensure timely renewals. Conduct Legal research and writing. Miscellaneous projects as assigned. Assist the General Counsel with litigation, regulatory inquiries, corporate records, internal policy review. Draft and or reviewing a variety of commercial contracts and document...
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Cheyenne office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a labor and employment associate attorney preferably with 2-4 years of traditional labor and employment experience. The candidate must have the ability to take depositions, handle administrative hearings, and serve as second chair in trials. A federal clerkship is highly desired. Must be licensed in Colorado and/or Wyoming.
RESPONSIBILITIES: Maintain and develop aggressive impact litigation and advocacy docket, which advances the strategic priorities and responds to civil rights and civil liberties threats. Manage all aspects of the litigation program, including coordinating the selection of cases, overseeing the investigation and development of cases before commencing litigation; building litigation teams with in-house lawyers, private lawyers, and nonprofit partners; directly...
Garnishment Legal Assistant
Candidate will be responsible for processing bank and place of employment garnishment tasks. Will include managing email & fax inboxes, updating employer databases, and process bank and place of employment releases. Handles miscellaneous clerical duties for the team as needed. Assists with incoming phone calls. Review POE/Bank E-Filing. Process POE/Bank Releases. Manage Email & Fax inboxes. Update Employer Databases. Draft Motions to Order in Fu...
Assistant General Counsel, Corporate Governance
The candidate will lead the preparation of periodic reports, proxy statements and other SEC filings, addressing disclosure, stock exchange, and corporate law requirements. Will review external communications, including press releases, investor presentations and other shareholder engagement activities. Assist with Board matters, including coordinating, preparing, and distributing board/committee materials, agendas and minutes....
Trust Specialist II
The candidate will maintain and administer a full load of existing accounts in full compliance with bank policies and procedures, applicable state laws, account documents, and regulations established by the Federal Reserve and the State Banking Commissioner. Review and maintain familiarity with all relevant information for assigned accounts including financial and tax status, risk tolerances, investment objectives and cash flow needs. This includes comp...
Contract Specialist, GS-07
Duties: The candidate performs and follows established procedures to procure off-the-shelf materials, which are available from numerous commercial sources, and are easily identified by common names for which standard price lists are available; responds to customer needs to procure repetitive items or services for which specifications have become standardized and where established competitive markets and price competition exists. Reviews requisiti... read more
Engineer, GS 07-09
The candidate performs engineering tasks of limited scope and difficulty. Should have a degree in professional engineering. To be acceptable, the curriculum must: (1) be in a school of engineering with at least one curriculum accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) as a professional engineering curriculum; or (2) include differential and integral calculus and courses (more advanced than first-year physics and chemistry... read more