Paralegal (Contracts Management)
Pilot Company is the 10th largest privately held company in North America with more than 28,000 team members. As the industry-leading network of travel centers, we have more than 950 retail and fueling locations in 44 states and six Canadian provinces. Our energy and logistics division is a top supplier of fuel, employing one of the largest tanker fleets and providing critical services to oil operations in our nation's busiest basins. Pilot Company supports a growing portfolio of brands with expertise in supply chain and retail operations, logistics and transportation, technology and digital innovation, construction, maintenance, human resources, finance, sales and marketing.
Founded in 1958, we are proud to be family owned and consider our team members to be part of the family. Our founding values, people-first culture and commitment to giving back remains true to us today. Whether we are serving guests, a fellow team member, or a trucking company, we are dedicated fueling people and keeping North America moving.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.
The purpose of this position is to assist Pilot Company attorneys in contract negotiations, drafting, management, execution and storage.
- Draft amendments, assignments, agreement terminations, cease and desist, transmittal letters and collection letters
- Help maintain and implement contract database, contract clauses and form development
- Assist attorneys with the contract review, drafting and execution
- Assist in the review and completion of credit applications
- Perform legal research for specific state and federal regulations
- Assist in insurance certificate renewals and compliance
- Respond to consumer complaints
- Assist with department events, compliance with attorney licenses and CLE credits, expense reimbursement and department purchases
- Complete other duties as assigned
- Certification in paralegal studies from an American Bar Association approved program required
- Three to five years’ paralegal experience preferred
- Intermediate level Microsoft Office skills
- Icertis Contract Management knowledge preferred
- Ability to collaborate and work as a member of a team
- Highly organized with attention to detail
- Not afraid to speak up and offer suggestions for ways to improve
- Ability to balance multiple priorities
- Professional demeanor when communicating in person, email or phone
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Strong problem-solving skills
- All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
- No travel required
- Ability to lift up to 25 pounds
- General office work requiring sitting or standing for long periods of time
- Operating computers