- Posted 19 January 2023
- Job type Permanent
- Reference REQ-4616
Leadership Development Program
Paid Parental Leave
Return to Work Policy
Flexible Working Arrangements
Raise Numbers Of Women In Leadership
The Trade Desk is changing the way global brands and their agencies advertise to audiences around the world. How? With a media buying platform that helps brands deliver a more insightful and relevant ad experience for consumers – and sets a new standard for global reach, accuracy, and transparency. We are proud of the culture we have built. We value the unique experiences and perspectives that each person brings to The Trade Desk, and we are committed to fostering inclusive spaces where everyone can bring their authentic selves to work every day.
So, if you are talented, driven, creative, and eager to join a dynamic, globally-connected team, then we want to talk!
WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
The Trade Desk is a dynamic, fast-growing company and we require strong leadership at all levels. We are looking for an experienced Employment Attorney who will provide strategic advice and legal counsel regarding a variety of employment matters in our Asia-Pacific (APAC) region as we continue to scale globally. The successful candidate will be proactive and creative while balancing competing demands, maintaining a positive attitude and, hopefully, contributing some humor to our legal slack channel. Reporting directly to the AGC, Director of Global Employment and as an integral part of a global legal team, the Associate General Counsel, Employment – APAC will have an opportunity to develop professionally by working on interesting and challenging matters in a high growth, cutting edge global technology company. The Trade Desk invests in its employees’ professional development – as we grow, we want our employees to grow with us.
WHAT YOU’LL DO:
Provide employment law advice and counseling to our HR team and other stakeholders in our APAC region and globally on a broad range of issues, including: recruiting, employee relations, performance management, leaves of absence and disability accommodations, wage and hour, terminations, internal investigations, compensation, workplace harassment, benefits, privacy, immigration, and employee classification.
Draft, revise, and advise on employment-related documents, including offer letters, separation agreements, confidentiality agreements, and commission and bonus plans.
Manage cross-border employment issues and collaborate with the employment team on global projects.
Work with local counsel to establish employment foundation in new jurisdictions as we expand globally.
Manage employment-related projects, including process reviews and the creation, implementation, and continual improvement of policies and procedures.
Create and update training programs on various employment law topics.
Oversee and/or provide support regarding employment-related litigation, claims, charges, investigations, audits, and subpoenas.
Monitor employment law-related legislation, regulations, legal developments, and government oversight activities that may affect the Company in APAC.
Advise on employment-related privacy issues, including APAC privacy laws and other applicable laws and regulations.
WHO YOU ARE:
7-10 years of employment law experience working for an internationally/nationally recognized firm or in combination with inhouse experience required in APAC.
Law degree from an accredited law school.
Admitted to practice in Australia, Singapore, or Hong Kong or the ability to register as In-House Counsel in one of those jurisdictions.
Experience working on cross-border and international employment law matters.
Able to work with teams of international local counsel to resolve issues in a fast-paced environment.
Exhibit excellent judgement, superior leadership, and strong problem-solving skills, and can proactively spot risk and deliver creative solutions.
Highly collaborative with the ability to build relationships across various teams and functions.
Effective communicator who can explain complex legal concepts to non-lawyers and provide practical legal advice.
International employment law experience required.
Able to work effectively and collaboratively across functions with a practical, solution-oriented mindset.
Able to work in a proactive, independent and reliable manner under tight timeframes in a fast-paced environment.
Please include a cover letter outlining your interest in the role.
The Trade Desk does not accept unsolicited resumes from search firm recruiters. Fees will not be paid in the event a candidate submitted by a recruiter without an agreement in place is hired; such resumes will be deemed the sole property of The Trade Desk. The Trade Desk is an equal opportunity employer. All aspects of employment will be based on merit, competence, performance, and business needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.