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Legal Counsel - Contracting & Procurement

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Job Title:

Legal Counsel - Contracting & Procurement

Job Description:

About the Role:

 

As a legal professional with previous experience in contracting you will support legal aspects of commercial and procurement activities, primarily focused on software, information technology and other technology, corporate and digital contracts.  You may also gain to other types of contracts, including engineering, construction, fabrication, aviation, drilling, marine and logistics.

 

This role offer may be either permanent or 12 months fixed term opportunity.

Duties & Responsibilities:

 

  • Provide legal review, advice and assistance in relation to the preparation, drafting, negotiation and contract management of various software, information and other technology, corporate, digital, supply and procurement contracts to relevant stakeholder groups.
  • Provide legal advice on disputes and claims under such supply and other procurement contracts.
  • Provide legal advice and counsel on legal and regulatory issues arising under such supply and other procurement contracts.
  • Provide review and constructive input into internal governance documents relating to contracts in accordance with company policies.
Skills & Experience:

 

  • You must be admitted as a lawyer to practise in Australia. Please clearly state in your application the month/year and jurisdiction in which you were admitted and confirmation you currently hold an Australian unrestricted practicing certificate.
  • 5+ years of professional experience in procurement/supply contracts with a focus on corporate, digital, technology, intellectual property, confidentiality, or related disciplines.
  • Experience with confidentiality, intellectual property, information technology, technology, corporate, digital and other associated supply and procurement contracts is essential. In house legal experience is desirable.
  • You must be a proven team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Have a strong organisational and prioritisation ability.
  • Demonstrated negotiation and influencing skills, including confident interaction with senior stakeholders.
  • Proven ability to build and foster positive relationships and networks and personal resilience.
Recognition & Reward:

 

What you can expect from us:

  • Work on projects for world-class operating assets renowned for their safety, reliability and efficiency
  • Commitment to your ongoing development, including on-the-job opportunities, formal programs and assistance with further education
  • Values in action
  • Industry-leading 16 weeks’ paid parental leave for primary carer; plus secondary carer leave
  • Active employee community groups for gender equality, reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, and LGBTI+ staff and allies
  • Community volunteering opportunities
  • Relocation assistance
  • A competitive remuneration package, featuring performance-based incentives, share plans, above-industry superannuation contributions and a generous health insurance allowance

 

Woodside is an increasingly inclusive and diverse company. We want all Woodsiders to feel safe in bringing their whole selves to work and confident they will get a fair go.

 

 

Applications close at 11:59pm AWST on 12th July 2019

Location:

Perth 
Company Info
Woodside Energy
Perth, Australia

Phone:
Web Site: www.woodside.com.au

Company Profile




Company Info


Woodside Energy
Perth, Australia
Phone:
Web Site: www.woodside.com.au

Legal Counsel - Contracting & Procurement

col-wide   

Job Title:

Legal Counsel - Contracting & Procurement

Job Description:

About the Role:

 

As a legal professional with previous experience in contracting you will support legal aspects of commercial and procurement activities, primarily focused on software, information technology and other technology, corporate and digital contracts.  You may also gain to other types of contracts, including engineering, construction, fabrication, aviation, drilling, marine and logistics.

 

This role offer may be either permanent or 12 months fixed term opportunity.

Duties & Responsibilities:

 

  • Provide legal review, advice and assistance in relation to the preparation, drafting, negotiation and contract management of various software, information and other technology, corporate, digital, supply and procurement contracts to relevant stakeholder groups.
  • Provide legal advice on disputes and claims under such supply and other procurement contracts.
  • Provide legal advice and counsel on legal and regulatory issues arising under such supply and other procurement contracts.
  • Provide review and constructive input into internal governance documents relating to contracts in accordance with company policies.
Skills & Experience:

 

  • You must be admitted as a lawyer to practise in Australia. Please clearly state in your application the month/year and jurisdiction in which you were admitted and confirmation you currently hold an Australian unrestricted practicing certificate.
  • 5+ years of professional experience in procurement/supply contracts with a focus on corporate, digital, technology, intellectual property, confidentiality, or related disciplines.
  • Experience with confidentiality, intellectual property, information technology, technology, corporate, digital and other associated supply and procurement contracts is essential. In house legal experience is desirable.
  • You must be a proven team player with excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Have a strong organisational and prioritisation ability.
  • Demonstrated negotiation and influencing skills, including confident interaction with senior stakeholders.
  • Proven ability to build and foster positive relationships and networks and personal resilience.
Recognition & Reward:

 

What you can expect from us:

  • Work on projects for world-class operating assets renowned for their safety, reliability and efficiency
  • Commitment to your ongoing development, including on-the-job opportunities, formal programs and assistance with further education
  • Values in action
  • Industry-leading 16 weeks’ paid parental leave for primary carer; plus secondary carer leave
  • Active employee community groups for gender equality, reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, and LGBTI+ staff and allies
  • Community volunteering opportunities
  • Relocation assistance
  • A competitive remuneration package, featuring performance-based incentives, share plans, above-industry superannuation contributions and a generous health insurance allowance

 

Woodside is an increasingly inclusive and diverse company. We want all Woodsiders to feel safe in bringing their whole selves to work and confident they will get a fair go.

 

 

Applications close at 11:59pm AWST on 12th July 2019

Location:

Perth