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Paralegal (Contracts Administrator)

The UPS Store, Inc. Primary Location: 6060 CORNERSTONE COURT W , SAN DIEGO, CA - United States, 92121 Facility The UPS Store, Inc. Job ID 255834

The UPS Store, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of UPS is the world's largest franchisor of retail shipping, postal, printing and business service centers. The UPS Store has over 5,000 independently owned locations in the U.S. and Canada. If you're looking for an exciting and dynamic career opportunity, we want to hear from you!   

TUPSS is seeking a Legal Contract Supervisor (contracts administrator) to join TUPSS’ legal department as a junior management-level employee. The supervisor provides support to TUPSS and UPS attorneys in the management and oversight of the TUPSS legal department matters and team members and company projects. He/She provides advice and counsel to the company’s attorneys and to internal clients (e.g., Marketing, Operations and Franchise Relations). The supervisor researches information; prepares, drafts and reviews transactional documents; assists with regulatory filings; and processes incoming issues and matters. He/She occasionally handles a limited amount of litigation-related work. The supervisor works closely with internal and outside counsel (OC) to ensure matters are set up and handled effectively. He/She collaborates with internal TUPSS and UPS functions to gather and provide information to and communicate with outside organizations.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Contract Management: Manages and reports on TUPSS contracts, proposals and documents in a consistent manner, including tracking contract negotiations, revisions, approvals and execution
  • Project Management: Represents the TUPSS legal department on various company project teams as a project team member and collaborates with other internal TUPSS and UPS functions on various legal matters; takes on special projects and other assignments and participates in various committees to support the TUPSS legal department and business
  • Supervisory Duties: Manages legal specialists and administrators
  • Administration: Prepares reports to track and monitor progress of legal matters to support the TUPSS legal department; acts as a liaison between other internal TUPSS and UPS functions and OC to procure appropriate legal advice
  • Litigation Support: Assists with discovery responses and tracks and reports on litigation matters

Knowledge and Skills

  • Management Experience: Prior experience supervising, developing and training others; ability to manage projects throughout the entire project lifecycle
  • Detail Oriented: Pays consistent attention to detail; efficiently draft contracts, amendments, other transactional documents and communications consistent with a style guide, using consistent language and proper grammar; takes pride in his/her work product, which must be substantially free of errors
  • Communication Skills: Communicates in a concise, professional and business-like manner with TUPSS attorneys and other supervisors, OC, internal business clients, franchisees and vendors, among others; prepares, edits and presents PowerPoint presentations; possesses basic negotiation skills and is able to identify appropriate strategies, desired outcomes, organizational priorities and appropriate concessions
  • Team Oriented: Functions in a team-oriented environment, sharing ideas and collaborating to maximize results, and is prepared to cover and/or assist others at times to ensure business continuity; works independently, though, with minimal supervision and is expected to achieve high-quality results
  • Investigation and Research Skills: Proficient in identifying appropriate sources of information, conducting research and soliciting and gathering information
  • Organizational Skills: Skilled at time management, follow-through, and organizing and tracking a significant number of matters notwithstanding distractions, interruptions and changing priorities (which requires flexibility and an openness to change)
  • Analytical Skills: Demonstrates basic analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Bachelor’s Degree (or internationally comparable degree)
  • Experience using Microsoft Office products (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word)
  • Proficient in redlining and document review
  • Paralegal certification - Highly preferred (licensed attorneys should not apply)
  • Franchise/franchise law experience, or experience in distribution, corporate, commercial contract, family, regulatory, real estate or insurance law - Preferred
  • DocuSign experience - Preferred

UPS is an equal opportunity employer. UPS does not discriminate on the basis of race/color/religion/sex/national origin/veteran/disability/age/sexual orientation/gender identity or any other characteristic protected by law
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