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Serve as Regional Lead of standard contracting and legal administrative services team.
Develop and drive regionally consistent and effective contract administration processes.
Provide substantive guidance, advice, and training on contract negotiation and drafting, and process implementation and improvement to Legal Services Contract Analysts, as necessary, to ensure regional consistency.
Supervise Legal Services Contracts Analysts.
Regularly liaise and align with other Legal Services Regional Leads, as well as regional Business Compliance & Risk and Legal Partner clientele.
Draft and negotiate standard contracts (such as confidentiality agreements, material transfer agreements, consultancy/services agreements – including master agreements - speaker agreements, agreements with healthcare providers, standard intercompany data transfer agreements).
Develop & maintain templates for standard agreements.
Develop training content for Legal Services team members to include any applicable regulations, corporate policies.
Deliver training to Legal Services team members and applicable client groups.
Develop and maintain content for FAQs on standard agreement templates and processes.
Respond to queries from clients regarding Legal Services and certain Business Integrity & Risk topics and issues.
Develop and maintain processes and procedures for drafting and negotiation of standard agreements, including use of company’s contract lifecycle management system. Implement and drive process improvement initiatives where necessary.
Process requests for Certificates of Insurance in line with contract requirements
Law degree, Master’s degree, or university degree with substantial and relevant experience.
A minimum of 5 years’ experience managing a contracts administration team , or equivalent.
Pharmaceutical or biotech experience a plus.
International experience a plus.
A minimum of 7 years of experience drafting and negotiating confidentiality agreements, Master Services Agreements, Health Care Provider Agreements, Services Agreements; various administrative tasks commonly found in legal department administration
English language fluency as well as fluency in written and spoken Mandarin or Japanese.
Leadership capabilities are a must.
Ability to effectively interface with company executives.
Ability to implement and enforce processes across a regional team.
Ability to give clear and concise advice on negotiation parameters.
Ability to provide training on drafting and negotiation of the standard agreements referenced above.
Strong computer literacy including competency in Microsoft Office suite; ability to quickly learn company’s contract lifecycle management system;
Strong written and communication skills
Good collaborator, works well in a team, in particular other Legal Services Regional Leads
Ability to work with Legal Partners, Business Integrity & Risk and Legal Services clients with tact and diplomacy,
Strong contract drafting and negotiation skills
Internal Number: R-075824
About CSL Ltd.
The CSL Group has a combined heritage of outstanding contribution to medicine and human health with more than 90 years experience in the development and manufacture of vaccines and plasma protein biotherapies.With major facilities in Australia, Germany, Switzerland and the US, CSL has over 10,000 employees working in 27 countries.Our Areas of ExpertisePlasma ProductsHuman plasma is used to produce a wide range of life-saving medicines.Our various businesses support all aspects of the process from the collection and testing of donated plasma through to the production of a range of plasma-derived products.The key businesses involved with plasma products include:CSL Behring is a global provider of plasma-derived & recombinant products. We operate one of the world's largest plasma collection networks through CSL PlasmaVaccines & PharmaceuticalsWe manufacture and provide influenza vaccine globally.In Australia and New Zealand, bioCSL also markets a comprehensive range of vaccines and antivenoms as well as a range of pharmaceutical products supplied by other manufacturers.Research & DevelopmentOur activities at CSL are focused on new product development, life-cycle management and safety ...of our extensive product portfolio. CSL invests in the development of protein-based medicines for treating serious human diseases. Medicines can be made from plasma, traditional biological sources or using recombinant biotechnology.