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Legal Manager EMEA

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Last Updated Date: May 28, 2021

Location: CZ

Company: Doosan Corp

Doosan Bobcat

Doosan Bobcat, a leading global manufacturer of construction, agriculture and landscaping equipment, attachments and services, is committed to empowering people to accomplish more.

 

As a part of the Doosan Group, which employs more than 43,000 people in 38 countries worldwide, the company offers its customers products and solutions to help build stronger businesses and communities. Based in Seoul, South Korea, with its EMEA headquarters in Dobris, Czech Republic and the EMEA Parts Distribution Centre in Halle (Saale), Germany, Doosan Bobcat is home to world-renowned brands. This includes: Bobcat® compact equipment; Doosan Portable Power products; and Geith attachments.

 

At Doosan Bobcat, our success is powered by our people. Through our winning culture and one global team working together, we deliver the best products and service to our customers – and make the world a better place. Join our team today and start building your career with a worldwide leader.

 

At our Legal Team in Dobris, Czech Republic, we are searching for a Legal Manager.

Your Responsibility

  • You follow-up on the legal corporate requirements for all the EMEA entities and ensuring full compliance
  • You proactively identify legal risks triggered by business initiatives and proactively provide solutions
  • You manage all the legal aspects related to our relationship with dealers in several EMEA countries (including distributor agreements, certificates, ...)
  • You lead legal initiatives that involve cooperation with other departments
  • You follow-up on the various aspects of litigation (external counsels, collection and preparation of documents, budget follow-up, reporting)

Your Profile

  • You have a Master in Law from an European University
  • You have a great experience in business law (e.g. projects, contracts, corporate transactions, IP law, litigation, liability,...)
  • You have worked in an international environment and are fluent in English (spoken and written). Ideally you speak a second European language (especially Czech, French or German)
  • You are business oriented and can assess the legal risks related to business decisions
  • You are have a proactive and autonomous approach