a) The Site Counsel is a broad generalist and has oversight of Intel's activities in Ireland.
b) He/she may be consulted on a wide variety of matters, including: regulatory compliance, ethics, construction, real estate, planning, facilities management, utilities supply and management, environmental health and safety, procurement, insurance, government incentives, national grant funding, antitrust issues and litigation/dispute resolution.
c) He/she routinely works in cross-functional teams (both located within and outside Ireland) on site-related projects or issues, which could include, for example, M&A, Corporate Services, Finance (Tax, Trade, Treasury and Risk and Controls), Global Supply Management, GPG, FMS, Logistics, Security and IT.
d) The Site Counsel may not always be the content expert for a given subject matter area. In those cases, he/she works with Intel content experts within and outside BLG, and, as needed, Irish outside counsel.
e) He/she also oversees the selection, retention and management of outside counsel.
f) The Site Counsel is also the attorney for the Leixlip site's General Manager.
g) In view of the broad mix of clients, the Site Counsel delivers a variety of customized legal trainings, and may also be called on to assist in the roll-out or implementation of ELC related compliance programs.
2. Local Expertise/Experience:
The Site Counsel is the first point of contact or source of local knowledge for LPG on important matters affecting Intel's business in the country. He/she is able to use his/her proximity to the site to identify potential legal or support areas, and to where local legal expertise, or local business or governmental knowledge, is needed, or where interactions with local stakeholders are best done in person or by someone seen as a trusted local leader, to resolve an issue.
3. Internal Leadership:
a) As a member of the Ireland senior management team, the Site Counsel is seen as a role model for the site. He/she is often a trusted advisor and a strong example/influencer across the site.
b) As a site leader, the Site Counsel regularly attends site leadership meetings and management review committee meetings, participates in strategic site-decision making (sometimes unrelated to his/her legal responsibilities) and, as needed, collaboratively manages the different objectives of site stakeholders.
4. External Engagement:
a) The Site Counsel will partner with GPG, ELB, Public Affairs and other stakeholders to develop and maintain relations with local external stakeholders (e.g. government; industry or research institutions) to strengthen Intel's position as a thought-leader and trusted adviser, and represent Intel's position on various issues and policies.
a) Ideally, experience of working in a common law jurisdiction.
b) If possible, qualified to practice in the Republic of Ireland:
If you are an EU registered lawyer: https://www.lawsociety.ie/Public/Foreign-Lawyers/EU-Registered-Lawyers/
If qualified in other jurisdictions: https://www.lawsociety.ie/Public/Foreign-Lawyers
In addition, you should have:
a) Desire and ability to work closely with the site clients, to understand the site needs, solve their biggest challenges, and achieve their business objectives.
b) Communicate clear, concise, and practical legal advice.
c) Strong communication, collaboration, and negotiation skills.
d) Excellent judgment, and the ability to make decisions on complex legal issues to drive creative, risk-optimized business solutions.
e) Demonstrated leadership and project management skills.
f) Decisiveness and proven ability to function independently.
g) Talent for proactively anticipating issues and successfully managing a diverse and complex workload with competing priorities.
Law and Policy Group offers unique opportunities to work in a variety of areas, including counsel to Intel businesses; technology and intellectual property licensing; patent prosecution; trademarks and brands; litigation, mergers, acquisitions and investing; legislative and regulatory lobbying; and corporate compliance.