Our legal teams support the innovators driving the growth and success of DISH and its multiple subsidiaries, including DISH Wireless, SLING TV, Boost Mobile and OnTech Smart Home Services. From identifying and supporting a variety of corporate legal matters to negotiating the industry's evolving legal landscape, our corporate counselors bring their own kind of invention to effect positive change across the company and their own careers.
What you will be doing
Collaborating with DISH's senior management team, business development and finance functions, the Associate/Corporate Counsel position will be responsible for supporting a variety of corporate legal matters with a focus on merger and acquisition, SEC and public company projects, and general commercial matters.
In this role, you will:
- Draft and negotiate M&A transaction agreements and manage all legal aspects of acquisition or disposition transactions;
- Prepare securities filings (e.g. 10-Ks, 10-Qs, 8-Ks, Section 16 filings), proxy statements, press and earnings releases and investor relations presentations;
- Assist with capital markets transactions and associated legal documentation (e.g. offering documents and registration statements);
- Oversee securities law administration and compliance (e.g. equity incentive plan matters, securities trading policy administration, Regulation FD, transfer agent oversight and matters with respect to other securities laws and NASDAQ requirements);
- Develop and review corporate governance materials, including resolutions, minutes and other materials for meetings of the board and its committees;
- Interact with senior executive management on highly sensitive matters
Skills and experience
iCIMS Field - Skills, Experience and Qualifications
The successful candidate should have a general working knowledge of M&A, disclosure and corporate governance issues, offerings of securities and related matters. He or she will demonstrate a superior academic record and a willingness to take on the challenge of complex corporate and securities transactions. The ideal candidate will have:
- Juris Doctor degree from top law school with one to three years of working knowledge of M&A/securities derived from representing public companies;
- Ability to read, analyze and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures or governmental regulations;
- Ability to write SEC reports, business correspondence and procedure manuals;
- Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of senior executives, clients, customers and the general public;
- High-level computer expertise, including use of database, word processing, spreadsheet and presentation applications.
- Good standing of a state bar.
Compensation: $86,400.00/Yr. - $125,200.00/Yr.