POSITION SUMMARY: The Regulatory Paralegal will be responsible for maintaining Aceto’s contract database as well as preparing and summarizing relevant materials for use by Attorneys. In addition, the Regulatory Paralegal will gather corporate documents, and assist in procuring licenses. Finally, the Regulatory Paralegal will handle administrative functions to assist team members in maintaining compliance with applicable federal, state, and local regulations.
REPORTS TO: Director of Legal and Regulatory Affairs
COMMITMENT: 36.25 hours per week
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Manage the upload and download of contracts to and from the contract database.
• Remove inactive contracts from the contract database.
• Interface with outside counsel to gather corporate documents and signatures from appropriate contacts globally.
• Work across departments to address legal issues as they arise and support the team.
• Apply for and maintain product licenses as needed with US Department of State, Department of Commerce, Department of Defense, etc.
• Assist other team members to comply with Federal, State, and local regulatory licensing requirements.
• Assist in managing, organizing and reporting of department invoices, billing, and budgeting.
• Provide administrative support to the team, including copying, scanning, mail, faxing and check requests.
• Manage DocuSign account.
• Special projects that may arise from time to time.
• Bachelor’s degree
• Paralegal certificate.
• 0-1 year related experience
SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, ETC:
• Notary required.
• Ability to read detailed legal requirements and concisely summarize.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills.
• Identify and resolve or escalate issues in a timely manner.
• ATTENTION TO DETAIL IS CRITICAL.
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