Commercial Contracts Attorney. Reporting to the General Counsel & Corporate Secretary of Allegis Global Solutions, Inc. The Commercial Contracts Attorney will support the commercial agreement activity for Allegis Global Solutions, Inc. and any subsidiary as well as duties assigned from time to time in connection to contracting or any other legal needs.
This position is an excellent opportunity to join a dynamic organization and industry. All candidates must be eager to learn and demonstrate energy and a need for achievement.
Candidate will be responsible for supporting the Allegis Global Solutions’ Finance, Contracts, Operations and Business Development teams and primarily supporting AGS. This will include working with the business to: draft, review and negotiate a variety of complex commercial contracts involving outsourced solutions, including master services agreements, statements of work, amendments, service level and service level credit amendments, channel partner agreements, vendor agreements, RFP responses and supporting documentation, developing and maintaining contract templates, developing business and legal processes, and implementing internal policies to help scale the business. The Contracts Attorney will be an integral part of the aforementioned teams and will be looked upon to provide thorough leadership in specific legal and business-related areas associated with AGS.
The ideal candidate will also have legal knowledge/experience in one or more of the following areas: the staffing/outsourcing industry particularly managed service provider (“MSP”) and outsourcing agreements, global data privacy, domestic and international operations, domestic employment law, and healthcare. The ideal candidate will have handled from inception through conclusion an outsourcing transaction, preferably from the vendor’s standpoint, including negotiating and drafting the relevant documents associated with the transaction.
In addition, based upon the candidate’s experience and understanding of the ever-changing outsourcing industry, a key role the candidate would be expected to undertake would be to partner with the business to anticipate industry changes and new forms of work and the impact of those changes
Minimum Education and/or Experience:
The successful candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of experience handling a wide variety of complex commercial contract matters and providing practical legal advice and support such as handling real-time negotiations over the phone or in-person on business matters in a fast-paced environment.
Maryland Bar license is preferred.
Experience in and the ability to perform the work in the areas identified below is critical.