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Staff Attorney who supports General Counsel and Legal Coordinator in handling HMMA legal matters. Coordinates with Paralegal and Legal Secretary to accomplish departmental objectives.
Transactional and contracts attorney.
Negotiate, review, and draft purchase orders, equipment acquisition contracts, construction contracts, and automotive parts supply contracts and other general contracts.
Knowledge of and expertise in purchasing/supply chain and secured transactions.
Advise company on all purchasing-related contracts, issues, bid documents and processes.
Advise company on all construction-related contracts; issues, bid documents and processes.
Negotiate, review and draft information technology agreements and transactions.
Negotiate, draft and review a wide variety of transactional contracts and business transactions.
Negotiate with outside parties on contractual issues and legal disputes, including settlement conferences.
Analyze and summarize legal documents including contracts; make suggestions for alterations of those documents.
Advise company on immigration matters.
Research legal issues.
Conduct training sessions in your areas of expertise.
Perform all other duties as assigned by General Counsel and Legal Coordinator.
Always display exemplary ethical behavior, including: (1) being free of undue influence and conflicts of interest; (2) strictly complying with HMMA policies and procedures; (3) being honest, transparent, and accountable; (4) report all known illegal or unethical behavior; and (5) protecting confidential information.
Administer, coordinate, and comply with all Business Management System (BMS), Environmental Management System (EMS), and Safety Management System (SMS) requirements.
Meet all other assignments as required.
Juris Doctor Degree from an ABA-accredited Law School required
Excellent academic credentials (Top 20% of law class preferred; Law Review and/or legal periodical preferred)
Additional experience in any one or more of the following areas is preferred: Litigation, labor and employment, employee benefits, general corporate, tax, anti-trust and customs
Skills / Knowledge
Position may require occasional travel (domestic or foreign). Flexibility in working hours to include weekends, holidays, and off shift. Position may require on-call duty or overtime due to overall responsibility.
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Employer will assist with relocation costs.
About Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama, LLC
On April 2, 2002, Hyundai Motor Company (HMC), Korea’s largest automotive manufacturer, announced it would construct a $1 billion automotive assembly and manufacturing plant in Montgomery, Ala. On April 12, 2002, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama, LLC (HMMA) was incorporated.Chung Mong-koo, chairman and chief executive officer of Hyundai Kia Automotive Group, and Alabama Governor, Bob Riley, gathered with elected officials on Friday, May 20, 2005 to celebrate the grand opening of Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama, LLC (HMMA).The $1.7 billion plant is the company’s first U.S. manufacturing facility and employs more than 3,000 people with high-paying jobs and full benefits. Additionally, more than 72 suppliers have located businesses throughout North America to support the Hyundai plant. Altogether, these suppliers are expected to create 5,500 additional jobs with a combined capital investment of $500 million.“This new manufacturing facility reaffirms Hyundai’ commitment toward investing in the U.S. economy, as well as its commitment toward U.S. consumers,” said Chairman Chung. “American consumers have recognized Hyundai’s quality, and this plant will enable us to better serve th...em.” The 2-million square-foot manufacturing plant resides on 1,744 acres of land and includes a stamping facility, paint shop, vehicle assembly shop, a two-mile test track and two engine shops. In May 2005, the facility marked the official start of production with its first saleable 2006 Sonata. HMMA will produce 350,000 vehicles per year at full capacity.