Georgia Employer LEGAL OPERATIONS, CONTRACTS MANAGER in Atlanta, Georgia

Job id-oWnf7fwp Responsible for reviewing and negotiating sales agreements with advertisers, agencies and third parties in support of sales and revenue-related operations, while driving such contracts to close in a timely, pro-business manner. This will include negotiation and management of transactional matters related to sales and revenue driving initiatives. The person will work with internal groups, such as sales operations, revenue operations and finance, to drive continuous improvement, constructive problem solving and consensus, and to establish appropriate policies and procedure for effective and efficient support of sales and revenue generating functions. The position may support any combination of transactional and other needs that flow through the legal department: Sales and Commercial Contracts, Artists and Events, Technology Licensing, Vendor Management, Contracts Management, Process and Workflow Improvement. Experience/Skills Required: 5 years direct experience with at least 3 years of in-house legal department experience, providing legal support to transactional teams Demonstrated ability to manage complex legal transactions and drive them to close Detailed, hands on experience with IAB/AAAA Ad Unit Guidelines and other related contracts Ability to negotiate with strong influencing skills, experienced at working with commercial contracts Ability to maintain strong working relationships with demanding internal and external clients A practical and proactive problem-solver who possesses strong business acumen and is confident, mature and calm under fire Experience with creating contracts and/or workflow processes and related improvements Experience with project management and certifications is a plus High competency with Microsoft Office, Office 365, Excel, PowerPoint and online research tools Familiarity with Salesforce, Adobe Sign and other contract management and legal department management tools is a plus Bachelor�s degree Certificate from an accredited paralegal program preferred Must be able to juggle multiple priorities and tasks in a fast paced environment, but be focused when needed on the matter at hand Pandora is committed to diversity in its workforce. Pandora is an equal employment opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants without regard to gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, veteran or disability status. Women and people of color are encouraged to apply. For more details see online:URL