Corporate Counsel
Ruckus Wireless, Inc - Sunnyvale, CA

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Ruckus Wireless, an industry leader in Wi-Fi technical innovation, is one of the fastest growing wireless companies. Ruckus is indeed making a ruckus with enterprises that care about performance and ease of deployment of their Wi-Fi networks, and with carriers around the world looking for cost-effective and best-in-class solutions for wireless offload of their 3G/4G/LTE networks.

Ruckus is a fun place to work, but takes is corporate responsibility seriously at the same time. As a result, we are looking for a top performer to lead our global compliance efforts from our Sunnyvale, CA headquarters. Reporting directly to our General Counsel, but working closing with our Deputy General Counsel – Commercial, the Corporate Counsel will work with every department in the company to ensure that Ruckus meets its legal, regulatory and ethical obligations in every aspect of its business, but does so while maintaining its irreverent corporate culture.

Your responsibilities will include the following:
  • Development and delivery of training programs on federal and state laws and industry best practices related to the manufacture and sale of wireless equipment
  • Review and advise on industry, trade association and carrier customer requirements and best practices related to manufacturing, health and safety, environmental, security and other policies
  • Development of compliance policies and procedures for all employees and contractors in the United States and our international locations
  • FCPA and other anti-bribery/anti-corruption compliance
  • Documenting compliance with our Standards of Business Conduct
  • Labor and employment law compliance
  • Securities compliance
  • Leading internal investigations of potential compliance violations
To be considered, you should have the following qualifications:
  • A graduate of a top 50 law school and either or both of major law firm training or Fortune 500 corporate legal experience
  • 5+ years of experience in one or more of the following areas: FCPA and other related anti-bribery laws, procurement integrity, ethics, standards of business conduct, ’34 Act filings, SOX, conflict of interest, trade regulations/export controls, labor and employment, manufacturing (e.g., e-waste, labor conditions), and corporate investigations
  • Superior attention to detail and ability to prioritize tasks while managing multiple projects
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of highly sensitive and/or proprietary information
  • Knowledge of compliance and legal research tools
  • Knowledge of manufacturing laws and industry codes
You must also be able to demonstrate the following personal characteristics:
  • Unimpeachable integrity
  • Ability to get results from a diverse set of personalities
  • Sound and practical judgment
  • Self-driven with the ability to work in a largely undefined space while identifying the important tasks to accomplish and delivering results in a timeframe that matters
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills that resonate with different audiences, both legal and non-legal. If you cannot communicate well without sounding like a lawyer, this role is not for you

. Open, respectful and transparent inter-personal skills A good sense of humor and the ability to respect others’ sense of humor