Raytheon Missile Systems (RMS) has a new, exciting opportunity located in our Tucson, AZ office for a proven, high-performing Paralegal to serve as a member of the Office of the General Counsel. The Paralegal will work closely with a team of attorneys on RMS litigation, ethics, transactional and corporate governance matters.
Under the guidance of members of the RMS Office of General Counsel (including attorneys and the Director of Ethics & Business Conduct), the Paralegal will regularly assist with litigation and other disputes, government investigations, ethics matters (investigations and employee guidance) as well as internal and external requests for information.
The Paralegal will conduct witness interviews for ethics matters, conduct factual and company policy research, as well as organize and analyze various documents, including contracts, pleadings, spreadsheets and other compilations of data.
The Paralegal will assist employees with the preparation of Business Courtesy Approval Requests (“BCARS”) and various conflict of interest forms as well as process said forms. In addition, the Paralegal will assist with the opening, maintenance, closing and tracking of ethics matters.
The Paralegal will support RMS’s legal hold and e-discovery processes, including efficient and strategic preservation, collection, organization, coding and production of data, documents, and assets. The Paralegal will create document retention and destruction logs, arrange for document destruction and participate in RMS records management meetings.
The Paralegal will assist the General Counsel and other attorneys with budgeting, upload invoices to Legal Tracker as well as monitor approval and payment of invoices.
The Paralegal will assist with corporate governance by managing the RMS entity database, processing powers of attorney, apostilles and change in officers, as well as other matters required to keep RMS entities current.
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.