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We are currently seeking two experienced, dynamic and collaborative professionals to serve as Assistant General Counsel within our General Counsel team. Reporting to the Deputy General Counsel you will:
Serve as counsel in general corporate governance and commercial transactions, including technology licensing transactions, procurements, contract management and litigation, and provide administrative law on FCC rules and regulations and bankruptcy.
This is an outstanding career opportunity for an individual interested in a genuine professional challenge in support of a public-spirited mission.
Working in a creative and fast-paced environment, the Assistant General Counsel will ensure compliance with all federal, state and local laws affecting USAC operations. Among others, your responsibilities will include the following:
Provide counsel on the administration of the USF programs (e.g., Rural Health Care), including identifying and analyzing novel issues and promoting measures to ensure program integrity and program success.
Identify and anticipate potential legal issues and propose solutions to complex situations raising difficult legal and operational concerns.
Work on corporate law related matters (e.g., litigation, contracts, procurement, intellectual property, and bankruptcy).
Communicate, both in writing and orally, with internal clients, the Board, and external contacts concerning employment, immigration, and other corporate and programmatic matters.
Interact and engage with FCC staff on numerous matters, including contracts, audits, enforcement and programmatic issues.
Other specific duties as assigned
The successful candidate will excel at operating in a diverse and fluid environment, and will be crucial for the success of the GC Division.
You possess a Juris Doctorate from an accredited college or university.
You have 3 to 4 years performing duties similar to those listed above.
You have the ability to exercise sound legal and business judgment.
You have a proactive approach and strong follow up skills.
You have excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to prepare and deliver information concisely orally and in writing.
You have strong analytical and legal research skills.
You have 3 or more years of general legal experience, including contracts, corporate governance and administrative law.
You are licensed to practice law in Maryland, Virginia and/or DC.
The following is desired:
You have experience with telecommunications law.
You have experience with the federal Universal Service Fund Programs (i.e., Schools and Libraries, Rural Health Care, High Cost and Lifeline).
You have experience with working with a Board of Directors.
Internal Number: 2018-2033
About Universal Service Administration Co. (USAC)
USAC is dedicated to achieving universal service. This important principle suggests that everyone in the U.S. deserves accessible, affordable, and pervasive phone and high-speed internet connectivity.
Despite pervasive connectivity in most urban areas in the United States, millions of people across the country have no access to the broadband services needed to communicate, work, learn, and access care. The funds we administer exist to fill these gaps in access. As an independent not-for-profit designated by the FCC, USAC administers the federal Universal Service Fund, almost $10 billion available annually to the companies and institutions that make universal phone and internet service possible.