Your journey to building a better world starts here!
WHO WE ARE
We help our customers deliver products that have a profound
impact on people's lives. From ultrasound units and 3D printing to
network security applications and in flight Wi-Fi, we help create
products that build a better world. Now, more than ever, we are
making an impact on the world as we support products used in the
fight against COVID-19.
We're a global team of over 19,000 Engineering, Manufacturing,
Supply Chain and Aftermarket Service experts that partner with our
customers to bring their products to life through inspired
innovation and world-class customer service.
We are currently hiring for full-time, immediate, career
opportunities even as we continue to work remotely temporarily due
to COVID-19. Our interview process is now performed virtually for
your safety and our own. Whether you're looking to start, make a
change, or advance your career, find your path at Plexus and leave
your mark on the world around us.
WHY YOU WILL LOVE IT
Engaging and challenging projects that fulfill and develop you.
People that support and inspire you to realize your full potential.
A workplace centered on collaboration and integrity. At Plexus,
we're at our best when opportunities are met with passion, open
communication and teamwork.
HOW YOU WILL DO IT
As a Corporate Counsel, you will provide legal advice and
counsel on a range of matters. Additionally, you will actively
partners with other functions within the Company and act as a
respected business leader.
Key Job Accountabilities:
* Prepare, draft and negotiate a broad array of commercial
contracts. Develop and apply knowledge of Plexus to support
resolution of contract issues in a timely manner and with an
appropriate balance of risk and reward. Resolve disputes with
customers and suppliers. * Provide support, advice and counsel to
the Company, and lead continuous improvement activities, on various
compliance matters as assigned, which may include government
contracting, ethics, finance-related compliance, FDA compliance,
and privacy. * Provide support, advice and counsel to the Company,
and lead continuous improvement activities, on various corporate
matters as assigned, which may include (without limitation) IP,
treasury/finance, IT, corporate development, risk management,
insurance, and real estate. * Provide an outstanding customer
experience to internal and external customers by providing
effective guidance and solutions, listening, delivering on
commitments, seeking opportunities to learn and teach, and being
respectful and passionate.
* Interpret applicable federal, state and local laws and
regulations, including jurisdictions outside of the United States,
as necessary to provide legal advice to the Company. * Conduct
legal research. * Manage outside counsel. * Monitor and manage
claims and litigation.
* A minimum of a Juris Doctorate is required. * Three (3) or
more years of related experience is required. * An undergraduate
degree from an accredited university is required. * Able to
influence and work within all levels of the Company. * Demonstrates
a business-minded, risk-intelligent and problem-solving approach to
An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient
to successfully perform the key job accountabilities may be
Some offers of employment are contingent upon successfully
passing a drug screen and upon completion of a confidentiality
Our Values and How We Lead behaviors guide our processes. Plexus
does not make employment decisions based on race, color, religion,
national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability,
or veteran status. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer
(EOE) and encourage all to apply today!
Globally, our policy is to recruit people from wide and diverse
backgrounds. However, our company does not typically undertake
sponsorship, including for H-1B, TN, and other nonimmigrant visas.
Additionally, certain positions require access to controlled goods
and technologies subject to the International Traffic in Arms
Regulations (ITAR) or Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
Applicants for these positions may need to be "U.S. persons." "U.S.
persons" are generally defined as U.S. citizens, nationals, lawful
permanent residents (or, green card holders), individuals granted
asylum, and individuals admitted as refugees.