Job Description: Paralegal
The Company, an innovative leader in the energy storage project industry, is in search of a dynamic and motivated individual to join our team as a Paralegal. In this role, you will be instrumental in supporting various transactional matters, with a specific focus on financings, M&A, and other critical commercial transactions. As a Paralegal, your contributions will be pivotal to the legal department, overseeing tasks related to debt financings, tax equity financings, asset and equity purchase and sale agreements, NDAs, master service agreements, and more.
- Transaction Oversight: Efficiently manage transaction checklists to ensure accurate and timely completion of all necessary documentation and tasks for successful deal closings.
- Corporate Documentation: Complete necessary corporate document filings with state offices.
- Board Consents:Draft comprehensive board consents for both organizational and transactional closing matters.
- Certified Documents:Facilitate the procurement of certified copies and good standing certificates as required.
- UCC Filings:Coordinate and prepare Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filings.
- Drafting Certificates:Prepare various certificates, including secretary and officer certificates.
- Administrative Support: Provide valuable assistance to the team through administrative tasks and meticulous data entry.
- Ensure the timely uploading of agreements into the company's software.
- Maintain an updated record of NDA agreements.
Skills and Qualifications:
- Attention to Detail: Demonstrate exceptional attention to detail to guarantee accuracy in legal documents and processes.
- Communication Proficiency: Exhibit excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills to facilitate effective client interaction and team collaboration.
- Experience: Possess a minimum of 5 years of full-time experience in corporate law transactions, with a specific focus on corporate finance and M&A. Any interest in or experience with renewable energy is considered advantageous.
- Software Competency: Proficient in Microsoft 365, including hands-on experience with Microsoft Teams and Box.
Hold a valid paralegal certificate.