Robinhood was founded on a simple idea: that our financial markets should be accessible to all. With customers at the heart of our decisions, Robinhood is lowering barriers and providing greater access to financial information. Together, we are building products and services that help create a financial system everyone can participate in.
Just as we focus on our customers, we also strive to create an inclusive environment where our employees can thrive and do impactful work. We are proud of the competitive products and company culture we continue to build and have been recognized as:
We continue to hire Robinhoodies at a rapid pace to drive this journey, and with that growth comes necessary change. We're seeking culture builders and curious thinkers looking to co-author the next chapters of our story. We're in build mode, majorly expanding our team while also growing up as a company. Joining now means helping shape our structures and systems, then taking part as we launch into our ambitious future.
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Robinhood's is looking for an Assistant General Counsel to join our growing Regulatory legal team. We are looking for an attorney with experience in securities and broker-dealer regulatory issues who is excited to work at the intersection of regulation, technology, and finance. We are looking for a highly adaptable and collaborative person who can handle ambiguity and rapidly shifting priorities with flexibility and patience. This is an exciting opportunity to join a growing company and contribute to our mission to democratize finance for all.Your day-to-day will involve:
We're looking for more growth-minded and collaborative people to be a part of our journey in democratizing finance for all. If you're ready to give 100% in helping us achieve our mission-we'd love to have you apply even if you feel unsure about whether you meet every single requirement in this posting. At Robinhood, we're looking for people invigorated by our mission, values, and drive to change the world, not just those who simply check off all the boxes.
Robinhood's benefits include generous time off, 401(k) participation with employer match, comprehensive health coverage, a health savings account (HSA), wellness benefits, backup childcare and education stipends (all benefits are subject to applicable taxes and based on eligibility).
Oak Street Health is seeking an experienced Assistant General Counsel, Employment Law to support our rapid growth. The candidate will join the Oak Street Health Legal and Compliance team and will interact with and support various groups across the company, with a primary focus on employment law and physician relations. The position will report to the Chief Legal Officer (CLO) and regularly partner with Human Resources and other Legal Team members to provide employment related legal services. This position will have primary responsibility for Oak Street Health's employment law matters. The Assistant General Counsel, Employment Law will be dedicated to providing legal support including, but not limited to, day-to-day employment counseling on a wide variety of matters, wage and hour compliance support, managing immigration matters, benefits support, and risk management guidance. Provide legal training to members of management and business partners. This position can be performed remotely in part; must be willing to travel periodically to Chicago, IL for in person meetings.
The Assistant General Counsel, Employment Law manages outside counsel and, as the legal function grows, legal and paraprofessional staff and will provide input on departmental performance metrics, capacity planning, budgeting, assignment of work, and process improvement.
Oak Street Health seeks an experienced attorney with strong expertise in employment law. Additional responsibilities include:
The ability to develop and maintain positive and effective relationships with business partners at all levels across the enterprise as well as with colleagues on the Legal team is a must. Ideal candidates for this role will have in-house or law firm experience supporting health care, professional services and/or retail clients, strong business acumen, excellent counseling skills, the ability to take a strategic and business-focused approach to complex employment issues and an entrepreneurial mindset. This position will afford invaluable experience within a fast-paced and dynamic organization.
Develop the position of the employment law function as a strategic adviser, building engagement with the Human Resources leadership team and business partners.
Provide expert, ethical and pragmatic advice on a wide range of employee relations matters, including disciplinary issues, benefits and policy compliance.
Proactively identify arising risk areas and develop risk mitigation solutions.
Manage all formal and informal employment related claims (EEOC or otherwise) and litigation.
Create, conduct and implement training modules on a variety of labor and employment-related topics.
Support HR policy development and roll out and create and maintain relevant precedents across multiple states in which Oak Street Health operates..
Draft, negotiate, interpret and enforce employment contracts and other employment-related agreements.
Ensure awareness and compliance with federal, state and local labor and employment laws.
What are we looking for?
· J.D. Degree required. Must be a member in good standing of the Bar of at least one of the 50 states. Strong academic credentials.
· 5+ years of employment law experience at a law firm or in-house required. In-house experience at a public company is a significant plus.
A sound understanding of all aspects of employment law and an ability to apply that knowledge pragmatically in a commercial environment
Experience in developing policies and procedures for ensuring corporate compliance required
· Experience interacting regularly with senior business leadership.
· Detail and solutions oriented.
· Independent and comfortable operating on a semi-autonomous basis.
· Must be willing to actively engage and dive into projects; this is not just a management role.
· Ability to be practical and display good business judgment.
· Comfortable working in a fast-paced high activity environment.
· Strong ability to influence, provide point of view and to listen.
· Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
· Ability to effectively work with various departments and levels (including senior management) and manage cross functional teams.
· Ability to maintain confidentiality and properly treat sensitive information.
· Ability to handle ambiguity and juggle many matters at once.
· Must be willing to travel periodically to Chicago, IL for meetings.
· Someone who embodies being “Oaky”
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for an Assistant Counsel is $65,972 per year or $32 per hour. The highest paying Assistant Counsel jobs have a salary over $104,000 per year while the lowest paying Assistant Counsel jobs pay $41,000 per year
Generally, an attorney's responsibility is to advise the client with an ongoing lawsuit on the legal procedures and provide strategies to resolve the case as early as possible. An attorney compiles necessary documents or any records for appeal and client's defense. Attorneys must acquire strong problem-solving and critical-thinking skills to mediate disputes and settle pending litigation for the client's best interest. In some cases, an attorney's procedure depends on any evidence and research presented during the trial period. An attorney is expected to present clients on legal proceedings, seeking justice and justifying the law.
The responsibilities of a senior counselor will depend on one's line of work or industry of employment. Most of the time, a senior counselor works with the youth, particularly children. They focus on facilitating recreational programs, ensuring a safe and fun experience for them. They may also assess the children's condition and needs, providing them with the necessary assistance and guidance. Furthermore, when a senior counselor must reach out to parents and guardians, they may inform them of any concerns or progress.
A case manager is responsible for giving advice, handling plans for the client's recovery, and connecting with other human service professionals to ask for further options and recommendations for the client's concerns. Case managers should have excellent communication and listening skills to evaluate the client's needs, ensuring that they will have the utmost care and safety through efficient advocacy. A case manager should be able to provide a reliable support system for the client and monitor progress to achieve wellness and guarantee satisfaction.
A general counsel, also called a chief legal officer, is the chief lawyer in the legal department of an organization. The counsel represents an enterprise for any pending legal matters. They work proactively to lessen possible problems associated with legalities and potential risks. They have to monitor practices and the people within the law firm for misconduct. They also perform dominant roles in regulation, ethics, public affairs, and legislation. It is common for them to serve as the public spokesperson of the company during the publicity of legal matters.
An assistant manager provides assistance and support to the direct manager in ensuring that the business runs smoothly with guaranteed satisfaction. An associate manager helps organize daily projects and manages employees to make sure that tasks are being done in a timely and accurate manner. Assistant managers are also expected to develop a good relationship with the whole workforce and clients to contribute to a successful and healthy workplace. An assistant manager is also required to present practical strategies for business growth, monitor daily operations, and communicate with clients for any possible suggestions and complaints.