Paralegal

Remote, United States  | Legal & Compliance

Description

Position at GoHealth Urgent Care

 At GoHealth Urgent Care, we go above and beyond for our patients, team members, partners and communities by ensuring that their experience is effortless, personal and connected. All of our 180+ GoHealth Urgent Care centers are seamlessly integrated with market-leading health systems and engaged with our communities.

The Paralegal assists the Chief Legal Officer (CLO) and broader Legal and Compliance Departments with day-to-day corporate, corporate governance, contracting, real estate, litigation and risk management, urgent care licensing and commercial matters as needed and provides support to the Legal and Compliance Department in all corporate law and regulatory matters. The Paralegal is able to communicate across all levels within the organization and is a strong collaborator with exceptional organizational skills.

Responsibilities

  • Supports the CLO and Legal team in all corporate governance activities, including drafting documents, organizing and maintaining corporate records, minute books and filings and maintaining entity history accurately and indexed for easy review or retrieval.
  • Leads the Legal team in tracking contracts and contract approvals/executions.
  • Builds a repository of standard language that is approved by cross functional teams and the legal team to address common contracting requirements such as SLAs, data privacy addendums and non-disclosure agreements.
  • Drafts and reviews NDAs, standard contracts and amendments and/or work orders.
  • Supports CLO in preparation of briefing materials for the company board meetings including preparation of corporate resolutions and consents and maintenance of the online board portal.
  • Manages all legal entity management, including incorporation and dissolution of entities and foreign qualifications, and researching compliance obligations for each applicable state.
  • Assists the Legal team with mergers and acquisitions and joint venture transactions, including drafting ancillary documents and coordinating transaction closings.
  • Supports our risk management and incident intake process and fact finding.
  • Supports real estate attorneys with lease review and negotiation, administrative help with signings and input of RE lease into and maintenance of RE leases in lease management software.
  • Assists with litigation management, state licensing processes and information gathering and responses for OSHA investigations.
  • Conducts legal and regulatory research as required.
  • Interface with various internal business partners to ensure needs are met.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university required
  • 5+ years corporate paralegal or equivalent experience required
  • Paralegal certification preferred
  • Notary Public certification preferred
  • Proficient with MS Office Suite
  • Extensive and proven background of contract drafting