• Commercial Counsel, AWS Tech Development & Procurement

    Location US-WA-Seattle
    Posted Date 3 months ago(4/9/2018 10:41 AM)
    Job ID
    Amazon.com Services, Inc.
    Position Category
  • Job Description

    As Corporate Counsel, AWS Technology Development & Procurement, you will serve as a primary attorney for key infrastructure technology engineering and supply chain & procurement teams within Amazon and Amazon Web Services, and partner with these teams to develop, procure, manufacture and deploy technologies worldwide.
    The person serving in this role will structure, draft and negotiate agreements, counsel internal business clients, and manage outside counsel on matters and issues across the infrastructure technology development and supply chain & procurement spectrum. Additional responsibilities of this position include formulation and implementation of process-oriented improvements, administration and resolution of legal issues that arise in existing commercial relationships, and handling of pre-litigation legal disputes and inquiries.

    The successful candidate must be enthusiastic, and enjoy working hard, being challenged, and working in a team-oriented environment.

    This position will be based in Seattle.

    Amazon offers its attorneys the opportunity to develop their experience and career with one of the world's most recognized and dynamic brands. Competitive salary includes equity.

    Basic Qualifications

    J.D. degree and membership in one state bar
    Six or more years of legal experience as a technology transactions attorney (with at least four years at a law firm); in-house experience in a technology company is a plus

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Inbound technology licensing and procurement
    • Technology development

    Amazon is an Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Employer – Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran / Gender Identity / Sexual Orientation

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