Corporate & Governance Specialist
Acts as primary point of contact for the General Counsel on corporate documents and governance, cross functional department activities, business transactions and projects, corporate/licensure filings, contracts, insurance/risk management, subpoena/subrogation requests, and factual and legal research and analysis. Responsibilities include work of a confidential, complex nature, and involves managing information of strategic importance and taking corporate minutes of board and committee meetings. Must possess attention to detail/accuracy, strong IT skills and time management.
Essential Functions & Responsibilities
- Initial high priority duties involve organizing, coordinating and filing of licensure applications in various states for third party administrator and utilization management/private review agent licensure
- Represents the legal team in cross-functional projects and working groups/committees and ensures that legal requirements and recommendations are conveyed and understood; provides support for implementation as necessary.
- Establishes and maintains a professional relationship with internal stakeholders across the organization (e.g., clinical care areas, support services, administrative services).
- Provider administrative support to legal counsel in the office and enhancing overall office effectiveness.
- Assist in maintaining a contract management system.
- Assist in maintaining insurance policies/records/system.
- Assist in maintaining risk management records, policies and procedures
- Assist in maintaining and improving existing contract templates
- Assist in responding to and maintaining subpoena/subrogation requests.
- Responsible for drafting, filing and maintaining various corporate documents for HN1 and its subsidiaries with State(s) and other government agencies (upon counsel review and approval), including, but not limited to, director and officer lists, governance documents (by-laws, articles of incorporation), board minutes and resolutions, good standing certificates, annual reports and fictitious name filings.
- Maintains corporate records and filing calendar for all entities; responsible for timely filing of required reports and records with applicable government agencies.
- Liaison with third party provider of corporate filings/services.
- Assists with corporate transactions, including due diligence review, responding to diligence requests and assembling data rooms, registry and government searches and filings, and document drafting.