NBC Universal Associate Attorney, Corporate Transactional – Universal Parks & Resorts in Orlando, Florida
Associate Attorney, Corporate Transactional – Universal Parks & Resorts
Administration – Other
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JOB SUMMARY : Under general direction of the Legal Affairs department, the Associate Attorney is responsible for drafting, negotiating and interpreting complex commercial contracts, reviewing, analyzing, negotiating and drafting agreements for operational and project teams, managing legal aspects of domestic and international real estate and commercial transactions, and overseeing compliance requirements, contractual obligations and dispute resolution.
Assist with negotiating, drafting and interpreting sophisticated corporate and real estate documents, including matters related to project development, joint venture formation, financing, CC&Rs, and leases.
Negotiate and draft contracts, work authorizations and related documents with contractors, vendors, and other third parties. Ensure compliance with corporate contracting policies and procedures.
Provide oversight and management and tracking of corporate compliance, including contractual commitments.
Provide general legal support for domestic and international projects, including researching applicable laws and regulations, and advising on regulatory and contractual compliance obligations.
Assist with drafting and implementing policies and procedures and development of training surrounding compliance obligations and contractual requirements.
Manages special projects domestically and internationally.
SCOPE: Under general direction of the Legal Affairs department, the Associate Attorney is responsible for drafting and negotiating complex commercial and real estate agreements, and providing advice and guidance for Universal Parks & Resorts compliance and operations.
Strong contract drafting for commercial agreements.
Proven capability to lead and drive change in a corporate environment.
Strong written, verbal communication and interpersonal skills
Strong prioritization and time management skills
Must be a self-starter capable of working with various elements within a diverse organization to provide the highest level of service
The ability to work independently with minimal supervision is required.
Integrity, honesty and trust and the ability to maintain strict confidentiality are also imperative to this role
EDUCATION: Juris Doctor or LLM required from an accredited law school
At least 5 years’ post-law school experience, as an attorney, preferably with top-tier law firm or corporate legal department.
At least 3 years’ experience interpreting, negotiating and drafting complex commercial transactions.
Experience negotiating and closing real estate transactions and related documents including loans and joint venture agreements preferred;
or equivalent combination of education and experience.
CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Member of State Bar (Florida or California preferred).
Sound business judgment, and flexibility/adaptability to manage multiple wide-ranging matters, conflicting deadlines, and new areas of expertise as business needs change.
Proven ability and commitment to work both independently and collaboratively with numerous people at all levels throughout the company.
Demonstrated ability, in a positive, commercial and practical manner, to identify, prioritize and resolve issues quickly and effectively.
Must be highly proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, as well as Internet and web-based training tools.
Occasional domestic and international travel may be required.
Your talent, skills and experience will be rewarded with a competitive compensation package.
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