Associate Corporate Counsel - Compliance in Englewood, CO, US at TTEC

Date Posted: 2/13/2018

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Associate Corporate Counsel - Compliance
Our new Associate Corporate Compliance Counsel will partner with VP Chief Counsel – Corporate Transactions in supporting Compliance Initiatives affecting TTEC (formerly TeleTech)’s operations and customers, as well as other aspects of the enterprise (such as employee data privacy matters, HIPAA, TCPA and other eavesdropping and consumer protection statutes).
The ideal candidate would have private practice or in-house experience working for  public companies with global footprint.  Specific experience focusing on the healthcare industry including knowledge of healthcare-related policy such as Medicare, contractual provisions related to FDR, delegated entity agreements, and HIPAA.  General compliance experience coupled with a desire to specialize in healthcare will be considered in lieu of specific healthcare experience.
This junior-level role will provide day-to-day compliance support across the organization, including ongoing maintenance and development of compliance policy.  Areas of focus will include working cross-functionally at all levels of the organization, effectively communicating across departments, and managing competing priorities related to healthcare compliance, federal healthcare program laws, and CMS regulations. 
A key benefit of this role is the opportunity to have a high degree of visibility within the legal organization as well as within the senior leadership of the company.  As a successful candidate, you will have the opportunity to be mentored and developed to expand and to diversify your skill set to move into a leadership role with TTEC (formerly TeleTech)’s global Legal and Risk team.
Associate Corporate Counsel Duties and Responsibilities :
  • Provide legal advice and guidance, drafting and negotiating contracts including Business Associate Agreements, FDR agreements and delegated entity agreements. Your duties will include certain corporate governance responsibilities (e.g., committee membership, drafting of minutes, etc.), and the interpretation and enforcement of executed contracts and other matters affecting client relationships, requiring appropriate research, advice, correspondence and follow-up instruments.
  • Conduct research and provide legal and compliance guidance on healthcare, CMS and insurance regulatory matters such as insurance licensing,
  • Gain proficiency and lead TTEC (formerly TeleTech) healthcare regulation compliance.
  • Provide proactive advice on legal, legislative and regulatory matters that affect TTEC (formerly TeleTech) and applicable business units, with special emphasis on healthcare. 
  • Partner directly with the senior leadership of the Legal Department, Risk Assurance Department,   and the Operations organization, among other areas of the company.
  • Associate closely with employees at every level in the Company and provide legal guidance as needed.
  • Supervise and coordinate the activities of outside counsel.
  • Develop processes, procedures and standard contract forms and tools
  • Hands on, efficient and proven ability to Get Stuff Done

Requirements :
  • Graduate of an accredited law school and admission to practice in at least one jurisdiction.
  • 1-2 years of legal experience in the area of compliance matters affecting multinational companies and some familiarity with the regulatory framework of US healthcare laws would be helpful. 
  • Experience in practicing law, specifically healthcare or other regulatory compliance. Experience in a large law firm or a combination of law firm and corporation required.
  • Experience providing strategic advice and counsel to company leaders.
  • Commitment to excellence in a fast-paced, high growth, aggressive business environment.
  • Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to successfully interact at all company levels are also important.
  • Domestic and international travel may be required to support training and other needs of the business.
  • Bring a strong desire to become an integral part of a world-class legal team in a growing enterprise headquartered in one of the most vibrant cities in the USA


TTEC (formerly TeleTech) requires all employees hired in the United States to successfully pass a background check and depending on location and client program a drug test, as a condition of employment. TTEC (formerly TeleTech) is an Equal Opportunity Employer.



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