Job Overview Have you negotiated a high volume of complex contracts? Are you used to working with client-facing teams? We're looking for a creative problem-solver who's cool under pressure to join our team as a Corporate Counsel - Enterprise SaaS Sales, where you'll provide commercial contracting support and legal counsel for various business teams throughout the organization. In this role, you'll be working with name brand, global vendors, partners and customers to help us negotiate complex, SaaS agreements and other contracts. You'll negotiate issues relating to data privacy and security matters, provide legal and contract support for our extensive vendor marketplace, and help us negotiate strategic partnerships. To succeed, you'll need to be able to expertly identify nuanced legal issues with an eye to our business needs, and devise ways for the business to forge ahead when faced with potential roadblocks. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone to join a fast-growing, evolving technology company and help drive exciting new initiatives. If you're an organized, self-starter who lives for closing a deal, let's chat! This position can be based out of the Denver, CO area or remote-based. Occasional travel required. About Us When you join iCIMS, you join the team helping global companies transform business and the world through the power of talent.?Our customers do amazing things: design rocket ships, create vaccines, deliver consumer goods globally, overnight, with a smile.?As the Talent Cloud company, we empower these organizations to attract, engage, hire, and advance the right talent. We're passionate about helping companies build a diverse, winning workforce and about building our home team. We're dedicated to fostering an inclusive, purpose-driven, and innovative work environment where everyone belongs. Responsibilities The role will focus on the following key areas: • Negotiate global, complex Enterprise customer and high-dollar vendor contracts, including, subscription, software licensing and services arrangements, as well as, partner and other strategic agreements with minimal need for escalation on commonly negotiated issues/topics. • Act as an advisor to internal customers on a variety of legal matters. • Drive product roadmap and strategic objectives tied to the company vision, while achieving the right risk balance for the business. • Support execution on commercial, product, and strategic changes by understanding and providing guidance on the relevant legal issues, including creating new templates, policies, processes, and updates as necessary. • Assist in driving compliance through drafting, reviewing, updating, and helping to audit and enforce internal policies and procedures, as well as, conduct various compliance training workshops. • Participate in annual risk management assessment and remediation plans. • Drive intellectual property protection and enforcement, including copyrights, trade secrets, and patents, as applicable. • Assist with litigation and dispute resolution matters, as necessary. • Partner to assist the business with disruption response for issues outside of normal business expectations, including incidents related to security, privacy, disaster recovery, and data integrity, as necessary. • Conduct research on a variety of legal issues and act as an expert on several key areas. • Help address global employment matters in collaboration with Talent/Human Resources, including country-specific employment arrangements, proprietary rights protection, non-compete arrangements, immigration matters, employee grievances, and employment terminations, as necessary. Qualifications • A minimum of 5 years of experience negotiating complex software as a service, software licensing, professional services, and/or other technology transactions is required. 6+ years of related experience is preferred. • Extensive experience in enterprise level sales contracts negotiations required. • Ability to handle complex contracting issues while balancing with a positive internal and external customer experience. • Experience in researching and analyzing federal, state, local, and international laws. • Ability to analyze case law and provide recommendations. • Ability to mentor peers in areas of expertise. • Ability to organize and manage multiple, and at times competing priorities. • Proficient in the MS Office Suite. • Strong track record of success in building solid working relationships within various areas/business functions of the company. Education/Certifications/Licenses Required • Bachelor's Degree and Juris Doctor from an accredited law school required. • Member in good standing with any state bar in the United States (and willing to become a member of the New Jersey bar or licensed as in-house counsel) required. Preferred EEO Statement iCIMS is a place where everyone belongs. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. Our approach helps us to build a winning team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and abilities. So, regardless of how your diversity expresses itself, you can find a home here at iCIMS. We are proud to be an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, veteran status, genetic information, disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics. If you would like to request an accommodation due to a disability, please contact us at . Compensation & Benefits Target total compensation: $160,000 - $190,000 Your actual pay will be based on your skills and experience - talk with your recruiter to learn more. iCIMS offers the following benefits: medical, dental, vision, 401(k), an open vacation policy, sick days, short-term disability, long-term disability, maternity/bonding and parental leave, tuition reimbursement, flexible savings accounts, paid holidays, life and AD insurance.