Career Opportunities

Contracts Counsel

Summary of Position

The Contracts Counsel will be an attorney who specializes in contracts, whose primary role will include drafting, negotiating and facilitating the execution of healthcare data license agreements, nondisclosure agreements, vendor and consulting agreements, statements of work, and other contract documents with payors, providers, state and federal agencies, consultants, third party administrators and others; as well as participating in the management of the organization’s contracting process.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Draft, negotiate and redline a variety of contract documents, including license agreements, Business Associate Agreements compliant with HIPAA, amendments, renewals, and scopes of work for customized data analyses

  • Work with legal, sales and IT teams to define and improve contract lifecycle management (CLM) processes and software configuration

  • Facilitate communication and coordination among sales, legal, and other teams to improve communication and accurate, timely information sharing

  • Support contract compliance tracking and management (including internally for FAIR Health, as well as managing business partners’ compliance with obligations to FAIR Health)

  • Assist with data entry/maintenance activities to ensure that key contract terms are accurately reflected in the system

  • Facilitate contract approvals and signature processes

  • Generate reports on contracts and the contracting process

  • Educate others in the company on contract issues and core CLM processes, including contract creation and maintenance

  • Manage regular reviews and, as necessary, updates of contract templates

  • Support additional projects as needed

    Knowledge and Skill Requirements

  • JD, admitted to practice in New York State (or, admitted to practice in another U.S. State, Territory or the District of Columbia and qualified to register as in-house counsel in New York pursuant to Part 522 of the Rules of the New York State Court of Appeals).

  • 3 to 5 years experience practicing law at a firm or in-house legal department

  • Experience managing a range of business contracts, preferably including data and/or technology licensing agreements.

  • Ability to develop productive relationships throughout the FAIR Health organization.

  • Strong organizational and project management skills, excellent judgment, and ability to prioritize among competing demands.

  • Highest ethical standards, and experience with legal requirements for handling and protecting confidential and sensitive healthcare data.

  • Strong oral and written communication skills, including ability to interact and effectively communicate with individuals from different teams at all levels of the organization.

  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced, high-energy environment that requires strong organization, prioritization and attention to detail.

  • Additional Helpful Experience

  • Experience with Agiloft contract management software.

  • Employment law

  • Non-Profit governance

  • Legislative process

  • Familiarity with health care, IP, sensitive data use and/or government contracts.

Ability to work from the company’s New York City office is preferred. Remote work will be considered for the right candidate

Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter here.

FAIR Health, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer and an e-verify participant.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.