Vice President (VP) & Associate General Counsel Salary
A Vice President (VP) & Associate General Counsel earns an average salary of $193,969 per year. Most people in this job have more than five years' experience in related jobs. The highest paying skills associated with this job are Corporate Governance and Contract Negotiation.
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|Bonus||$10,213 - $89,396|
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Job Description for Vice President (VP) & Associate General Counsel
Vice presidents (VP) and associate general counsels work to resolve disagreements between businesses and handle human resources (HR) so that clients can focus on growing their companies. They also manage a group of employees within the company and typically serve a leadership role which requires handling disputes and setting the proper example for a variety of staff members.Read More...
These VPs typically work in an office setting, and some prior experience in managing may be required for this position to solve complex problems, resolve disputes, and work closely with other professionals in a busy and sometimes-stressful environment. Examples of areas of dispute include staffing, strategy, budgets, productivity, and leadership, and the goal in this position is to eliminate friction and help the company to operate smoothly on the inside, so communication and interpersonal skills are essential for success.
Vice presidents (VP) & associate general counsels may occasionally work with outside sources during legal proceedings and attend meetings on a regular basis to determine the best courses of action for helping clients to achieve their goals.
Vice President (VP) & Associate General Counsel Tasks
- Provide expert legal counsel and strategic direction to senior management.
- Establish and maintain legal and risk management plans, as well as training and review processes.
- Oversee policies and practices for the organization, and ensure compliance and successful strategic outcomes.
- Advise on investments, portfolio composition, and sales strategy.
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