Ironclad is the digital contract platform that in-house legal departments rely on to unleash the power of their contract data. By streamli. Help us make statutory salaries more transparent. Get exclusive access to anonymized legal salary data. The New York Times Company is an equal opportunity advocate and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, age, race, color, creed, national origin, alienation, religion, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation or emotional preference, gender identity and expression, disability, genetic trait or predisposition. carrier status, citizenship, veteran or military status, and other personal characteristics protected by law. All applications will be considered for employment, regardless of the characteristics protected by law. The New York Times Company will screen qualified applicants, including those with criminal records, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable state and local equal opportunity laws. Maintain internal databases and playbooks to support contract review and negotiation Support process improvement work, identify opportunities to streamline processes and, where appropriate, improve playbooks and templates Strong organizational skills, ability to work independently and experience in leading a project or agreement, The mission of The New York Times is to: seek the truth and help people understand the world.
This means that independent journalism is at the heart of what we do as a company. That`s why we have a newsroom with 1,700 employees that sends journalists from nearly 160 countries to the site. That`s why we`re intensely focused on how our readers will experience our journalism, from print and audio to a leading digital destination and apps. And that`s why our business strategy is about making journalism so good it`s worth paying for. Draft amendments, specifications, terminations, master agreements and other related documents This has always been the case, but it is particularly the case today. In these uncertain times, we`ve provided information and tips to help readers navigate everyday life, from understanding health risks to getting advice on how to stay healthy and productive at home. This would not be possible without our journalists, data scientists, marketers, designers, engineers, project managers and many others. Knowledge of intellectual property (IP), licensing, supplier procurement, confidentiality, government contracts, or federal procurement regulations (FAR) Beneficiary partner of NYT Enterprise Subscription, Licensing, and other internal sales teams in the organization Great attention to detail and the ability to balance competing demands under time pressure and with minimal direction The New York Times is looking for an experienced contracting professional to help you work sustained. Review and negotiation of commercial contracts. This role reports to the Commercial Advisor within the Commercial and Legal Affairs (CBLA) team. Carry out other projects and oversee other matters assigned by Manager The New York Times CompanyNew York, New YorkFull-time hybrid computer and software skills with popular programs such as Microsoft Office and G Suite We have opened the original job posting in a new tab.
Having trouble finding the tab? Open it here. Experience working with contract policies and procedures in a corporate environment Experience managing sensitive and confidential information Whether it`s highlighting new truths through reporting, optimizing products and formats to deliver a world-class digital and application experience, or analyzing data to better understand how we can best serve our readers. A unified team committed to building the best destination for journalism in the world. The New York Times is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive workforce that reflects the diversity of the global community we serve. Our journalism and the products we develop in the service of that journalism benefit greatly from a range of perspectives that can only emerge from diversity of all kinds, within our ranks and at all levels of the organization. Achieving true diversity and inclusion is the right thing to do.