Attorney with Broad Contracting Experience, Insurance Regulatory a BIG PLUS
PH2917 REVISED 10/12/17
Temp to Perm/FT; Permanent/FT: Insurance Regulatory contract and other transactional work. Immediate need.
Local corporation, a leader in its field, located in the Philadelphia area, has an immediate need for a PA licensed attorney who possesses a BROAD range of contracting experience. M & A and divestiture work, Financial Document Review (such as loan agreements, etc.), SaaS, Real Estate. Additionally, the person should have STRONG "general" contract skills, and, have a familiarity with insurance concepts.
The IDEAL candidate WILL POSSESS A RECENT INSURANCE REGULATORY BACKGROUND, meaning the financial/regulatory piece, NOT ACA or Medicare, etc. For example, the client would love you to have experience with the documents it needs to file with various Insurance Departments, such as filing Form Bs and Form Ds, Intercompany Agreements, tax-related documents, etc. Further, such a regulatory attorney should have knowledge of and experience with topics like ORSA, and, with negotiating/drafting/reviewing the more complex contractual agreements such as those between an insurer and a reinsurer, etc.
Must be licensed and active, in good-standing, in at least one state jurisdiction. Three professional references are required and are checked.
If you believe you fit the above description, and could truly HIT THE GROUND RUNNING having the necessary skills and experience in your tool kit, than please send your resume, hourly rate, and, availability to: email@example.com
We MUST have your hourly rate and the other information requested. Otherwise, a response to you may be delayed.
NOTE: Permanent-only candidates, if particularly solid in the skills sought, will be considered, versus coming into the assignment as a Temp2Perm.
IMPORTANT: Temp2Perm/FT applicants should fully understand prior to applying that there is NO guarantee that the position would go permanent as to them were they to start as a temp on the assignment.
Insurance Regulatory contracts and experience, as well as BROAD contracts experience. SEE posting.
PA law license (or other state law license), active and in good-standing, with NO disciplinary history in any jurisdiction.