Vimeo is seeking a Sr. Corporate Counsel with a corporate law background to serve as the company’s second most senior attorney. The attorney will take the lead on negotiating significant contracts with the company and will manage our day-to-day transactional deal flow, while also supporting the Company’s General Counsel and other members of Vimeo’s leadership team.


What you'll do:

  • Lead the drafting, review, and negotiation of term sheets and long-form agreements with strategic partners and large enterprise customers; we expect you to not only “paper” agreements, but play an active role in shaping business terms as we establish precedents for future deals
  • Manage the day-to-day workflow for contracts such as NDAs, vendor agreements, and sales contracts/purchase orders; we have a small team that supports this function and we want a manager who can ensure that we are managing risk appropriately, efficiently processing the workflow, and developing best practices that will allow us to scale
  • Work with the General Counsel, senior leadership team, and our parent company on evaluating potential acquisitions, investments, and strategic transactions, conducting due diligence, and developing deal terms and agreements
  • Provide a range of legal advice to stakeholders at the company on a variety of issues


Skills and knowledge you should possess:

  • Admitted to the New York bar or eligible to register as Authorized House Counsel in New York
  • 6-10 years of law firm practice in capital markets/corporate finance, M&A, IP, Privacy or other similar area
  • Proven ability to demonstrate sound legal and business judgment
  • Command of law in your practice areas and are able to quickly digest and master new areas of the law
  • Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal, including strong presentation skills
  • Taken on projects that are not specifically assigned but need to get done
  • Experience managing a team
  • Effectively driven change in an organization
  • Prior in-house experience a plus
  • Experience representing Internet companies, particularly those with SaaS business models, a plus


About us:

Vimeo empowers video creators to tell exceptional stories, and connect with their audiences and communities. Home to more than 70 million members in over 150 countries, Vimeo is the world’s largest ad-free open video platform, providing powerful tools to host, share and sell videos in the highest quality possible. Vimeo is based in New York City, with additional offices in Europe and India. Vimeo is an operating business of IAC (NASDAQ: IAC). Learn more at


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