About WideOrbit:
Say hello to a Wider World. WideOrbit helps media companies do more business by making it easier to complete more sales. We build the one platform that ties everything together – from TV, radio, and digital ad sales, to reporting, invoicing, and payments. Chances are if there’s an ad on your local TV or radio station, or on your favorite streaming service or podcast, we helped put it there. Our customers include NBCUniversal, AMC Networks, ViacomCBS, A+E Networks, Hearst Media, and many more industry leaders around the world.

At WideOrbit, we make preserving our inclusive environment an ongoing priority, empowering team members to contribute at every level, in every function. We hire high-energy innovators who value diversity, unafraid to wield their passion and expertise to advocate for our customers and each other. At WideOrbit, you’ll make a difference and see your impact every day, while learning, growing, and enjoying what you do!

 

Job Description:

WideOrbit continues to grow its business and we’re looking for a talented commercial counsel with extensive experience drafting and negotiating customer and supplier contracts.  In this role, you’ll report to the General Counsel and will have the opportunity to take ownership of commercial legal issues pertaining to WideOrbit’s core products and be a key contributor to the WideOrbit business team. If you are highly motivated, have excellent writing skills, and are capable of drafting and negotiating a wide range of legal agreements, including commercial, intellectual property, and technology agreements, this might be the right opportunity for you!

 

Here is what success will look like:

  • Reviewing, negotiating and drafting various agreements, including end user software license agreements, software support agreements, professional services agreements, hosted service agreements and responses to proposals, service provider agreements, NDAs and other relevant commercial agreements in support of the company’s sales and business development teams.
  • Reviewing, negotiating and drafting various agreements including vendor agreements, consulting agreements, integration agreements, employment agreements, real estate leases and other relevant corporate agreements.
  • Collaborating with various business owners and legal colleagues to develop process improvements, templates and operational policies.
  • Assuring compliance and providing advice regarding risks associated with various business opportunities.
  • Managing and coordinating outside counsel as appropriate.
  • Partner with the General Counsel to assist on other matters as needed including privacy, employment, and open source compliance.

 

To thrive in this role, we’re looking for:

  • Minimum 7+ years’ legal experience with a focus on drafting and negotiating commercial customer and supplier contracts including SaaS agreements
  • In-house experience is preferred
  • JD or equivalent from a well-respected law school and State Bar Admission
  • Exceptional written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills, with a keen ability to communicate effectively throughout all levels of the organization. 
  • Familiarity with contract lifecycle management software.

 

*WideOrbit mandates Covid vaccination, with accommodation for religious or medical reasons in accordance with law.

 

Location:

This position will be based in our San Francisco, CA office.  

 

 

 

Compensation, Benefits and Perks:
Besides a great work environment with smart and friendly coworkers, access to leadership and knowledge about how your work impacts company success, here are some of our benefits and perks:

A competitive salary, health insurance, sabbatical leaves, great vacation package, work/life balance, life event benefits, casual work attire, stocked café, 401(k) match, and plenty of opportunities to grow! 

 

We are committed to treating all applicants fairly, WideOrbit is an equal opportunity employer that prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, gender identity and expression, genetic information, or any other factor protected by law. Additionally, we consider qualified applicants whose histories are impacted by our justice system, consistent with applicable federal, state, and local law.

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