Inter-Con Security Systems, Inc.– Pasadena, CA is a global leader in providing premium physical security services to clients including the United States Government, Fortune 500 companies, and high net worth individuals. Employing over 30,000 individuals across three continents, Inter-Con specializes in high-requirement, comprehensive security solutions. We are seeking an Assistant General Counsel who is a California-licensed Federal Government Contracts Attorney.
The Assistant General Counsel will provide business-oriented legal advice to all levels of company management in connection with obtaining and performing contracts and subcontracts on U.S. Government programs (domestic and international); will advise senior company management on international operations and contract performance, as well as commercial activities, contracts with vendors and a wide variety of other legal matters facing the company ; and will assist and if required, lead the management of contract litigation and/or manage outside legal counsel on various legal matters.
The candidate should have a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school, be a member in good standing of the bar in at least one state (preferably California), and have at least two years of relevant experience in a private law firm or as an in-house counsel in the field of federal government contracting. The candidate should also have experience advising clients on U.S. Government contract matters; have familiarity with the FAR/DFARS as well as those requirements unique to contracting with the federal government; have experience overseeing the development of Equitable Price Adjustments and making contract claims against the U.S. Government, both in-house and with the assistance of outside counsel; be experienced in dispute resolution in connection with the U.S. Government; be able to effectively communicate with all levels of U.S. Government agency personnel, including those who manage domestic and international programs; be familiar with contracting and regulatory compliance matters, including FCPA, UK Bribery Act, and possess sound judgment and be capable of working successfully in a dynamic and diverse environment. Experience in general business/commercial litigation and the ability to contribute to business development activities is a plus. Candidates with at least 4-6 years of federal procurement experience in-house at a federal government contractor, major law firm, or both will be given a strong preference.