LEAPROS™ Workforce Solutions strategically links employers and professionals through innovative workforce solutions and transformative technology that catalyze growth for impact. LEAPROS™ is a trusted workforce solutions partner, offering customized recruitment and interim staffing solutions, as well as innovative resources designed to empower employers and professionals to accomplish their hiring and career objectives. Operating on a national platform, our areas of concentration include finance and accounting, information technology and engineering, human resources and administration, sales and marketing, supply chain and operations. Whether you are a talented professional or a company looking for a talented professional, we welcome you to take a leap with us!
CLIENT PARTNER PROFILE & VALUE PROPOSITION: LEAPROS has partnered with a well-branded Fortune 500 company that provides value-added services to consumers with a commitment to socially responsible and earth conscious products. This exciting position reports directly to the Assistant General Counsel and operates out of the corporate office in Orange County, CA.
The Senior Corporate Paralegal is responsible for governance and documentation matters for our client partner’s operating companies, both domestic and international, including: responsibility for production and maintenance of board materials and administration of the information portal for the Board of Directors; overseeing corporate minute books for each subsidiary and managing inter-company transactions and documentation; SEC reporting responsibilities; commercial contract review; and general corporate matters.
WHAT YOU’LL DO
In addition to following the company’s policies and procedures, principal responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Board of Directors Matters
Preparing meeting materials for Board and Committee meetings
Creating and implementing an electronic Board book system to facilitate distribution of Board and Committee materials and preserve confidentiality
Assist the Board meetings to take extensive notes and provide additional support to Attorney as needed
Corporate Minute Books
Maintaining minute books for domestic and international subsidiaries, including preparation of company resolutions, minutes, and other documentation
Creating and implementing an electronic storage system for subsidiary minute books
Conducting annual maintenance activities for each domestic and international subsidiary
Oversight and documentation, in consultation with the tax and accounting departments, of intercompany transactions
SEC Reporting & Stock Exchange Listing Compliance
Preparing reports of changes in beneficial ownership for officers and directors, as required by Section 16 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (i.e., Forms 3, 4, and 5)
Assisting in preparation of SEC filings, including annual proxy statement and annual report on Form 10-K
Filing annual certifications and other reports with the NYSE
File litigation's and reports for insurance companies as needed
Reviewing and approving commercial contracts, such as sponsorship agreements, vendors for services relating to IT and operations, etc.
Designing and implementing policies and procedures to enhance and ensure compliance with various legal requirements
Assisting in preparing compliance-related training materials
Gathering, reviewing, and producing evidence for discovery and similar legal proceedings
Preparing documentation for stock plan awards and other compensation-related arrangements
WHAT YOU’LL BRING TO THE TABLE
To perform this job successfully, you’ll need to be able to perform each essential duty. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Have knowledge of and the ability to use a PC as well as Microsoft Office Suite
Possess excellent interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills
Be able to effectively manage priorities and projects in a fast-paced environment
Have the ability to professionally manage confidential information
Have a B.A./B.S. in a related field and/or paralegal certification
Have eight (8) plus years of related work experience, ideally in an in-house setting, that includes primary responsibility for board of directors management, corporate maintenance of domestic and international companies, SEC reporting, contract review and management, and general corporate matters
At LEAPROS™, we are committed to our core values and guiding ethical principles, to conducting business in a non-discriminatory manner, and to operating in strict compliance with applicable federal and state laws pertaining to Equal Employment Opportunity. This commitment enhances our ability to conduct business with the highest level of integrity, solidifying our position as the most trusted workforce solutions partner. To learn more about LEAPROS™ or to speak with one of our recruitment partners, call 866-920-LEAP or visit our website at www.leapros.com.
About Leapros Workforce Solutions
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At LEAPROS™, we are committed to our ethical principles and core values, to conducting business in a non-discriminatory manner, and to operating in strict compliance with applicable federal and state laws pertaining to Equal Employment Opportunity. This unwavering commitment enhances our ability to conduct business with the highest level of integrity, solidifying our position as the most trusted advisor and business partner in the industry. Our ethical principles reflect the standards of business we practice.