⚡️ Why Altium?

Altium is transforming the way electronics are designed and built. From startups to world’s technology giants, our digital platforms give more power to PCB designers, supply chain, and manufacturing, letting them collaborate as never before.

  • Constant innovation has created a transformative technology, unique in its space
  • More than 30,000 companies and 100,000 electronics engineers worldwide use Altium
  • We are growing, debt-free, and financially strong, with the resources to become #1 in the EDA industry

About the role: 

As a Paralegal at Altium, you'll play a pivotal role in providing essential legal and administrative support to our General Counsel. Your responsibilities will include researching and analyzing legal and regulatory developments, drafting mutual non-disclosure agreements with confidence, and collaborating effectively within our multidisciplinary team. You'll serve as a key point of contact for internal stakeholders, develop relevant policies and protocols to support our legal function, and manage the legal team calendar and deliverables. You'll also be responsible for overseeing the management of our IP trademark portfolio and Patent Register. Under the oversight of the General Counsel, you'll lead and manage the legal integration process for any acquired businesses. This role offers a dynamic opportunity to contribute to Altium's legal operations while fostering consistency, rigor, and knowledge transfer within our organization.

 A day in the life of our Paralegal:

  • Provide effective legal and administrative support to the General Counsel to ensure the provision of legal services is delivered efficiently and optimally
  • Research and analyze legal and regulatory developments relevant to the provision of legal services in a fast paced and dynamic environment
  • Review and draft with a high level of confidence mutual non-disclosure agreements
  • Work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team by promoting consistency, rigor and knowledge transfer
  • Serve as a point of contract for internal stakeholders where required
  • Develop relevant policies and protocols to support the legal function
  • Manage the IP trademark portfolio and the Patent strategy, and register
  • Lead, with the oversight of the General Counsel, and manage the legal integration of any acquired businesses

Who We’re Looking For

  • Certification to work as a paralegal
  • Fluency with CLM, file management, and document management systems
  • Demonstrable critical thinking and problem-solving skills, ability to prioritize, and time management skills
  • Sound work ethic and commitment to confidentiality and attention to detail

US JOB POSTS Must include:

The salary range for this role is $90,000 - $105,000. Actual compensation packages within this range are based on a wide array of factors unique to each candidate and role requirements, including but not limited to skill set, years and depth of experience, certifications, and specific location.

Our Benefits

  • 🏥 Healthcare coverage 
  • 🤓 Prescription drug, vision, and dental plans
  • 💸 HSA and FSA accounts
  • ❤️ Life and AD&D insurance; disability coverage where applicable   
  • 🌅 Retirement 401(k) Plan Option with Altium match
  • 🧘 Calm App and Employee Assistance Program 
  • 🏖 Paid holidays plus a “Choice Day” off per quarter       
  • ✈️ Paid time-off rising schedule upon key milestones
  • 🤒 Sick time for Dr. appointments or family health needs
  • 👶 Family medical, maternity, paternity, and military leave
  • 🏡 Flexible working arrangements available based on role and location
  • 🖥 Home internet allowance
  • 🥪 Free lunch, snacks and drinks every day in office
  • 🚗 Free parking

🎯 What Matters to Us

  • Big-thinking in pursuit of purpose
  • Diversity of thought
  • Courage of conviction
  • Transparency of intent
  • Ingenuity of AND
  • Agility in action
  • Adaptability of approach
  • Grit in pursuit of mission

🌍 Also, we would like you to know

We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender, gender identity or expression, or veteran status. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace.

💡 Learn more about why a career at Altium is an opportunity like no other: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cAYCOLpPLPE 

✈️ Altium Benefits: https://careers.altium.com/#s-benefits 

👏 Are you already an Altium employee? Please apply directly through our internal Greenhouse job board. If you have questions, please contact HR.

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