Associate Attorney with ASRC Industrial
ASRC Industrial Services     Tempe, AZ 85282
 Posted 14 days    

**Company Overview**

ASRC Industrial (AIS) provides industrial construction, environmental engineering, and remediation services to customers throughout the United States through its subsidiary businesses. ASRC Industrial is a wholly owned subsidiary of Arctic Slope Regional Corporation (ASRC), a Native Alaskan corporation with annual revenue of about $4.5 billion. Through ASRC we are a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and our association with ASRC permits us to perform large, highly complex projects as well as to invest in systems and processes that improve cost effectiveness and enhance safety.

ASRC Industrial offers a highly collaborative, challenging and rewarding work culture characterized by our Purpose - to leave things better than we found them.

We offer competitive salaries and full range of benefits including generous PTO plan, paid holidays, medical, dental, vision, 401K (100% match up to 4% eligible compensation) and 100% immediate vesting, basic and supplemental life insurance, short-term and long-term disability as well as other benefits.

**Job Summary**

This associate attorney position reports directly to the Assistant General Counsel (and indirectly to the General Counsel) and will primarily assist the Legal Department in advancing its objectives by providing contract analysis and negotiation with AIS' Risk Management parameters. While the majority of this role will focus on construction contract analysis and negotiations, it will also include dispute resolution, litigation and legal analysis in various legal disciplines, such as construction, real estate, employment, or mergers and acquisitions. This role requires a strong work ethic, a team player, reliability, flexibility, and impeccable professional conduct.

**Job Responsibilities (include but not limited to):**

Pre-Construction Contract Analysis & Negotiation

+ Ability to learn complex contract review processes and perform legal analysis.

+ Ability to work quickly, efficiently, and accurately to review federal, public and private construction contracts, make redlines as needed, and draft communications to AIS' subsidiaries with explanations of the redlines made.

+ Manage relationship with over thirty (30) AIS' subsidiaries throughout the United States by providing timely contract analysis and advice, while balancing the AIS risk tolerances and ensuring the contract process, as a whole, is not impeded.

+ Participate in and conduct meetings with opposing parties to explain the proposed changes and negotiate mutually agreeable contract terms.

Disputes and Demand Letters

+ Work with Assistant General Counsel and General Counsel to manage construction and employment disputes.

+ Assist with accident investigation, witness interviews, researching and drafting briefs and claims as needed when disputes arise.

+ Analyze and digest large job files and craft plan to recover monies owed to various AIS' subsidiaries.

+ Perform various tasks with on-going projects on an as-needed basis.

Contract Training

+ Assist in drafting PowerPoints, training materials to be used in upcoming training sessions.

+ Assist in drafting construction related cheat sheets for use by AIS' Subsidiaries employees.

+ Conduct various in-person (some U.S. travel required) and virtual training sessions relating to construction contracts and contract implementation.

**Key Requirements:**

**_Education, Experience, Knowledge and Skills_**

+ Attorney, 1-3 years

+ Licensed to practice law in at least one state in the United States (or to become licensed within next 12 months)

+ The ideal candidate should have strong analytical and writing skills to be able to perform complex contract analysis, as well as the ability to provide legal advice while establishing and maintaining good working relationships with AIS OpCo leaders.

+ Strong computer skills with proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite.

+ Strong written and verbal communication skills required.

+ Team Player that is able to work independently, take direction, work within a group to fill a gap, and be reliable.

+ Ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize accordingly.

**This is the Position for You, if You Are**

+ **A** **demonstrated strong team player** who is highly skilled in building relationships with creativity and persuasiveness

+ **An organized, self-starter** , with **extreme attention to detail,** excellent contract analysis (or the capacity to learn such complex analysis) and stellar follow-through.

+ **Proactive** - able to create processes to help solve problems before they happen.

+ **An energetic individual** who is willing to dig in and roll up sleeves with a can-do attitude.

+ **Flexible and customer service oriented** and able to help manage the needs of multiple subsidiaries and projects at the same time.

+ **Goal oriented** - you achieve the goals you set out to accomplish.

**You Will**

+ Be provided specific contract analysis and dispute training to ensure you know how to perform assigned work.

+ Be provided with specific tasks, goals and annual objectives so that you can track expectations and proactively stay ahead of what needs to happen in order to perform at a high level.

+ Have strong problem-solving and organizational skills, with the ability to think creatively and outside the box.


+ Periodic travel may be required

**EEO Statement:**

AIS and its operating companies affords equal opportunity in employment to all individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, pregnancy, familial status, disability status, veteran status, citizenship status, genetic information or any other characteristic protected under Federal, State or Local law. AIS is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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