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VP Legal

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AiDash
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Added: April 6, 2024
Who is AiDash?

AiDash is making critical infrastructure industries climate-resilient and sustainable with satellites and AI. Using our full-stack SaaS solutions, customers in electric, gas, and water utilities, transportation, and construction are transforming asset inspection and maintenance - and complying with biodiversity net gain mandates and carbon capture goals. Our customers deliver ROI in their first year of deployment with reduced costs, improved reliability, and achieved sustainability goals. Learn more at www.aidash.com.

What is the Role?

Reporting to AiDash’s CFO, the VP Legal will lead in building out the Company’s legal function. He/she/they will partner and work collaboratively with the management team, Board and global employee base. This team member will be an operationally oriented strategic thinker who has worked for high growth technology companies. He/she/they will be a player/coach with a "roll-up-your-sleeves" style who is excited to join and play a key leadership role in a rapidly growing organization.

What we are looking for?

  • Demonstrable experience building a world class legal function for a high growth/dynamic SaaS company
  • 5+ years of transactional legal experience in a corporate legal department (preferably a technology company) with an emphasis on drafting and negotiating strategic and complex contracts
  • Ability to dynamically assess risk and determine priorities based on evolving needs of the business
  • Provide practical, risk-appropriate solutions balancing legal and business needs
  • Ability to work collaboratively in a cross-department, cross-functional role
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment and successfully manage aggressive deadlines with minimal to no supervision across multiple time zones
  • Excellent business and legal judgment
  • Adapt style to differing audiences and an ability to simply communicate key legal points to business leaders
  • Bachelor’s degree and a Juris Doctorate degree from a US accredited law school
  • Licensed to practice law in the US.
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