About Us 

Eigen is a natural language processing/machine learning B2B software platform company focused on transforming the way companies operate by unlocking the value of their textual data. Having just completed our Series B, Eigen has raised $60m to date and is backed by Goldman Sachs, Temasek, Lakestar, and Dawn Capital. 

Whilst Eigen’s platform is general and sector agnostic, it is currently focused on the Financial Services, Legal, and Insurance sectors with clients such as Goldman Sachs, BlackRock, ING, Hiscox, and Allen & Overy. 

 Based in London and New York, Eigen has over 130 people and is rapidly scaling its operations, people, and customer base. 

 

Why join Eigen? 

  • We are building a product on the cutting edge of Natural Language Processing technology 
  • We have an exceptional Senior Management team with some of the best minds across Sales, Engineering, Science and Product 
  • We are a highly collaborative, diverse, dynamic and supportive team with a positive culture 
  • We offer a great office environment, a clear development path, and many tangible benefits including:    
    • £1,000 annual training budget  
    • Bonus scheme
    • Cycle to work incentive
    • Flexibility to manage your work and personal commitments

What you’ll be doing :

 Reporting to the Senior Legal Counsel, you will:

  • Structure, draft and review commercial contracts, working closely with the Sales and Account Management (SAM) team, and frequently working with and instructing outside counsel
  • Assist on wider legal matters such as data privacy, employment, IP, corporate law, and finance, often working with and instructing outside counsel
  • Develop an in-depth knowledge of Eigen’s products and services
  • Help develop scalable processes and precedents and, where necessary, innovative approaches to providing legal advice and support within a fast-growing business;
  • Educate Sales and Account Management team members by helping to provide training and ongoing support on legal matters related to sales

 What you’ll need 

  • UK qualification with an active practising certificate
  • Between 1 and 3 years of experience (1-3 years PQE), ideally in a technology company or in a technology department of a law firm
  • Experience with commercial contracts, ideally for complex software products
  • An interest in machine learning and with the legal issues inherent to machine learning technology

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