Corporate Attorney (Part Time)

This is a part time role primarily responsible for ensuring execution, renewal, and termination of sales contracts. As a small, but growing software company, there will be secondary responsibilities related to compliance, risk management, and intellectual property management.
Review contract requests and proposals for comparison to company strategies and budgets
Coordinate relevant stakeholders in discussions involving legal, insurance, or regulatory requirements and contract deliverables
Provide contract requirements by gathering data from various sources
Ensure accuracy and appropriateness of contract text and attachments
Coordinate contract execution, ensure signed contracts are communicated to all relevant parties, and provide clarity on contractual matters and deliverables when necessary
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with departmental administrators and representatives of contracted external parties
Ensure contracts are properly entered into organizational databases and securely maintained
Document contract timeline requirements, deliverables, and obligations
Maintain contractual records such as receipt and control of all contract correspondence as assigned by executive management
Assist with preparation of financial analysis and various reports of contract cost(s)
Coordinate renewals or amendments with appropriate parties
Serve as point of contact for customers on contractual matters
Oversee service level agreement compliance
Review contractual performance of both parties to ensure compliance with terms and identify conflicts or changes requiring resolution
Manage and resolve contract exception requests
Assist Sales Operations Manager with coordination efforts of RFPs and RFIs
Manage patent portfolio to include oversight of intellectual property compliance and reporting, including monitoring of patent applications
Responsible for oversight of compliance with export regulations
Advise when outside Legal counsel is warranted and serve as primary liaison
Education Requirements: BSc Degree in Law or J.D. Degree
At least 5 years of relevant experience to include knowledge and understanding of corporate law and procedures
Microsoft Office Suite with an emphasis in Excel skills required
Strong knowledge of contract management, principles, and guidelines
Ability to perform contract review and analysis in order to make recommendations
Ability to thrive independently
Attention to detail and the ability to complete tasks with a high degree of accuracy
Strong verbal and written skills, and the ability to convey complex information
Ability to be influential, both in one-on-one and group situations
Application of organizational standards when developing requests for proposals, negotiating terms, and drafting contracts
Southeast location (driving distance to Birmingham) is preferable.

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