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Title:  Assistant Counsel (NJUS)

Company:  NetJets Services, Inc.
Area of Interest:  Legal

Columbus, OH, US, 43219

Req ID:  6793

Purpose of Position

The Assistant Counsel is responsible for advising the organization on complex legal issues in one or more areas, such as data privacy, sanctions, anti-corruption, regulatory compliance, corporate work and other areas.   

Tasks and Responsibilities

  • Identify, create and implement corporate best practices around sanctions, anti-corruption, data privacy and information security
  • Analyze new and current laws and regulations and advise the business on sanctions, anti-corruption, data privacy and information security obligations and carry out compliance operations
  • Work closely with cross-functional teams, including senior management, information technology, procurement, contracts, sales and marketing, to provide sanction, anti-corruption, data privacy, information security and cybersecurity strategy and guidance
  • Advise Information Security team on appropriate cybersecurity controls to comply with global regulatory requirements and best practices and assist in translating legal requirements into technical design requirements
  • Draft, negotiate and advise the business on the sanctions, anti-corruption, data privacy and information security aspects of contracts
  • Advise Emergency Response Program (ERP) team in connection with potential cybersecurity incidents, including response, remediation and legal risks and requirements
  • Coordinate with outside counsel as necessary with respect to sanctions, anti-corruption, data privacy and information security matters
  • Conduct risk assessments and develop data protection impact assessments to address identified risks
  • Serve as subject matter expert in developing and enhancing employee training and data governance strategies
  • Manage other compliance issues as needed, such as telemarketing or global security team compliance


Juris Doctorate

Certifications and Licenses

Years of Experience

4-6 years of experience

Core Competencies

Strives for Positive Results

Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other (KSAOs)

  • Experience managing global privacy program and appropriately tailoring strategies and policies to fit business needs and risks
  • Cybersecurity technology knowledge, including ability to effectively communicate with information security professionals to translate technical issues to legal risk in a clear and concise manner
  • Ability to learn and apply new legal fields and develop effective compliance programs to enhance employee understanding and compliance
  • Excellent understanding of business issues and their connection to changing legal landscapes
  • Excellent communication and negotiation skills
  • Excellent risk assessment skills
  • Ability to effectively partner with and counsel business partners
  • Ability to work in a strong team environment
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with multiple deadlines and priorities

Nearest Major Market: Columbus

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