At HelloFresh, we want to change the way people eat forever by offering our customers high quality food and recipes for different meal occasions. Over the past 10 years, we've seen this mission spread around the world and beyond our wildest dreams. Now, we are a global food solutions group and the world's leading meal kit company, active in 17 countries across 3 continents. So, how did we do it? Our weekly boxes full of exciting recipes and fresh ingredients have blossomed into a community of customers looking for delicious, healthy and sustainable options. The HelloFresh Group now includes our core brand, HelloFresh, as well as: GreenChef, EveryPlate, Chef's Plate, Factor, and Youfoodz.

Job Description

HelloFresh is seeking to hire a proactive, business-oriented, and tech-savvy product/marketing attorney with strong drafting, negotiation, and leadership skills. This role will have primary responsibility for a variety of marketing, product, commercial and tech matters.  You will play an important role in shaping policies in support of strategic business initiatives and objectives as we continue to scale our legal team.

You will ...

  • Lead the legal team’s review and oversight of marketing and advertising initiatives across all channels.
  • Lead negations and draft complex marketing, online advertising, mar-tech, SaaS, strategic partnerships and other service level agreements
  • Advise senior leadership on marketing and advertising regulations and provide astute risk assessment. 
  • Own and build process for legal review of marketing materials. 
  • Advise our brand and growth marketing teams on local and national marketing campaigns, promotions, sweepstakes, etc.  
  • Collaborate with internal partners and outside counsel to mitigate marketing and advertising risk 
  • Act as the main point of contact to advise on new product launches and related initiatives.
  • Tackle uncharted problems and work with business partners to meet the needs of our fast-paced and innovative product teams. 

You are...

  • A business-minded lawyer, with an ability to translate legal concepts to non-lawyers
  • An effective communicator -- verbally and in writing. 
  • Experienced at advising marketing teams on dynamic and innovative new products. 
  • Well versed on product development issues, including ad technologies, cookies, trackers, accessibility and more. 
  • Keenly able to identify and assess risk and provide tailored recommendations for risk mitigation. 
  • Autonomous and comfortable exercising sound judgment in a fast-paced environment. 
  • Entrepreneurial, resourceful and the type of person that thrives on change and new challenges

At a minimum, you have...

  • A J.D. with outstanding academic credentials. 
  • At least 10+ years of combined experience at a leading law firm and/or an e-commerce, consumer-facing company, strong preference for both in house and law firm experience. 
  • At least 5-6 years in a product, marketing, media and/or advertising law role.   
  • Must be admitted, active and in good standing with the New York State Bar, Colorado State Bar or another state bar. 

You’ll get…

  • Competitive Salary & 401k company match that vests immediately upon participation
  • Generous parental leave of 16 weeks & PTO policy
  • $0 monthly premium and other flexible health plans effective first day of employment
  • 75% discount on your subscription to HelloFresh (as well as other product initiatives)   
  • Snacks, cold brew on tap & monthly catered lunches
  • Company-sponsored outings & Employee Resource Groups
  • Collaborative, dynamic work environment within a fast-paced, mission-driven company  

About HelloFresh

We believe that sharing a meal brings people of all identities, backgrounds, and cultures together. We are committed to celebrating all dimensions of diversity in the workplace equally and ensuring that everyone feels a sense of inclusion and belonging. We also aim to extend this commitment to the partners we work with and the communities we serve. We are constantly listening, learning, and evolving to deliver on these principles. We are proud of our collaborative culture. Our diverse employee population enables us to connect with our customers and turn their feedback into meaningful action - from developing new recipes to constantly improving our process of getting dinner to our customers’ homes. Our culture attracts top talent with shared values and forms the foundation for a great place to work!

At HelloFresh, we embrace diversity and inclusion. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of an individual's race, national origin, color, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, marital status or any other protected characteristic under applicable law, whether actual or perceived. As part of the Company’s commitment to equal employment opportunity, we provide reasonable accommodations, up to the point of undue hardship, to candidates at any stage, including to individuals with disabilities.

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