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Corporate Legal Counsel EMEA at TTEC

Corporate Legal Counsel EMEA

TTEC Sofia City-Sofia, BG Full-Time
Required languages: Arabic / English / Greek / Polish
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Corporate Counsel EMEA – www.ttec.com

The TTEC Legal Department offers a wide range of exciting positions that will allow you to realize the rewards of a fast-paced career in a dynamic and growing company while enjoying the benefits of our collaborative team environment with excellent opportunity for career growth.

Position Summary :

Due to growth across the EMEA region we are looking to add to our legal team. Our new Corporate Counsel, will be supporting the lead counsel for one or more of TTEC’s strategic business units in Europe. The successful candidate will provide advice and proactive support as well as manage complex legal and business issues relating to TTEC’s operations in Europe. As a successful candidate, you will have the opportunity to be mentored and given the growth tools to move into a high caliber, professional role with TTEC’s International Legal team.

Job Requirements :

1. Graduate of an accredited law school in the EMEA region and admission to practice in at least one jurisdiction.

2. 3 to 5 years of Post Qualified Experience.

3. Ability to complete the job responsibilities with independence and with little supervision.

4. Broad background in the preparation, drafting, negotiation, closure and interpretation of labor agreements, including but not limited to collective bargaining agreements and experience in litigation of labor issues.

5. Experience in addressing complex global and cross jurisdictional commercial transactions with large multinational companies.

6. Experience in negotiating client (outbound) and supplier (inbound) agreements.

7. Experience in corporate matters of multinational corporations. Drafting of BOD resolutions, POAs, shareholder’s minutes and other corporate documentation

8. Experience in providing strategic advice and counsel to company leaders on legal and business matters.

9. Transactional experience in Europe, the Middle East, Africa is a plus.

10. Strong organizational skills, able to create, maintain and track progress reports, attention to detail, and the ability to successfully interact at all company levels are also important.

11. Fluent in English. Polish, Greek or Arabic are a great plus.

12. Experience in a large law firm or a combination of law firm and corporation is a plus.

Rights and Responsibilities :

1. Work in close relationship with the EMEA Corporate Counsel, the Chief Counsel International, the Chief Counsel Engage, Human Capital and country leaders on EMEA and other jurisdictions around the world matters.

2. Responsible for drafting, negotiation and management of client and supplier RFIs and RFPs, contracts, including but not limited to non-disclosure agreements, technology licenses, alliance and strategic partnership agreements, technology reseller arrangements, subcontracts, master services agreements, supplier and outsourcing agreements and the like in coordination with the EMEA Corporate Counsel and other members of the TTEC Legal Department.

3. Responsible for providing advice on labor issues on the region, including but not limited to advice on Human Capital policies and procedures, payroll matter, advice on compensation matters such as overtime, holiday pay, bonuses, etc.

4. Responsible for drafting and advising Human Capital on employment agreements in various jurisdictions.

5. Responsible for tracking litigation, trends, root cause analysis and to develop strategies and training to curb litigation.

6. Assisting with Code of Conduct compliance, training, enforcement and investigations.

7. Involved in the negotiation, interpretation and enforcement of executed contracts, supplier contracts and other matters affecting client and supplier relationships, which will require appropriate research, advice, correspondence and follow-up instruments.

8. Work with cross-functional teams to develop project requirements, conduct RFP's, evaluate proposals, define and execute negotiation strategies, produce comprehensive contracts, implement and manage preferred suppliers.

9. Provide proactive advice on legal and legislative matters that affect the Company and applicable business units.

10. Deliver training on legal and contractual matters to internal target audiences.

11. Support of M&A due diligence and other Legal Department endeavors as appropriate.

12. Overseeing the selection and RFP process for the provision of goods and services to the company.

13. Shall be flexible to encompass other duties within the skill set to support the needs of the Legal Department and the Company.

14. Performs all other tasks, assigned by the immediate manager, in accordance with his/her qualifications.

15. Prescribes, to the level of its powers, corrective and preventive actions related to the optimization and improvement of the work on the programs and campaigns he/she is responsible for.

16. Has the right to be introduced to his/her performance assessment, as well as to express opinion about the assessment (in general or about a certain criteria).

17. Is responsible for company property he/she works with.

18. Follows the established company ethics and politics for work with customers and employees.

19. Works conscientiously for preserving company secrets and all information brought to his/her knowledge during the work process, including trade information and any other information about the company's functioning.

20. Executes all procedures, regulated by QMS (Quality Management System) and ISMS (Information Security Management System). If a non-efficient procedure is determined he/she must inform the immediate manager.

What we offer :

A competitive salary and fantastic career potential. The role can be based in The Netherlands, Bulgaria, Greece or Poland.


TTEC is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. TTEC embraces and is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce that respects and empowers the cultures and perspectives within our global teams. We strive to reflect the communities we serve by not only delivering amazing service and technology, but also humanity. We make it a point to make sure all our employees feel valued and comfortable being their authentic selves at work. As a global company, we know diversity is our strength. It enables us to view projects and ideas from different vantage points and allows every individual to bring value to the table in their own unique way. But don’t take our word for it — check out some our women in leadership and diversity awards on TTECjobs.com.


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