With the supervision of the Senior Vice President and General Counsel, provides in-house legal counsel to the organization on matters assigned by the General Counsel from time to time, including healthcare operational and regulatory matters, corporate, employment and litigation matters, matters relating to patient care delivery, privacy and patient rights, and business contracts, arrangements and transactions. Under general supervision: performs legal analysis and legal research and investigation; gives legal advice; develops documentation; participates in committees as assigned; and may represent CNE or its affiliates in various proceedings or negotiations.
Juris Doctor from an ABA accredited college of law. 3-5 years relevant work experience preferred. Licensed to practice law in at least one state and in good standing in all states where admitted. Member of Rhode Island bar or eligible for admission within one year. Potential to waive this requirement for appropriate candidate if eligible for limited in-house registration in Rhode Island. Excellent interpersonal, writing, organizational and problem solving skills and capabilities.