Expeditors Qatar Careers 2023-Apply for Corporate Counsel, Employment Jobs Vacancy

  • Full Time
  • Qatar

Website Expeditors Qatar

Corporate Counsel, Employment

Expeditors Qatar Job Vacancy at Corporate Counsel, Employment in Qatar

Corporate Counsel, Employment Jobs 2023 in Qatar :- Corporate Counsel, Employment has publish a notification on www.expeditors.com career page for the recruitment of Expeditors Qatar Post in Qatar location. Candidates who are eligible for the post of Expeditors Qatar can apply on before last date without getting late.

Comapny Name Expeditors Qatar 
Name of Post Corporate Counsel, Employment
Salary QAR  9,800.00 per month
Job Location Qatar
Job type Qatar Jobs

Corporate Counsel, Employment Jobs in Qatar 2023 Full Job Descripation

We’re not in the shipping business; we’re in the information business” – Peter Rose, Expeditors Founder

Global supply chain management is what we do, but at the heart of Expeditors you will find professionalism, leadership, and a friendly environment, all of which foster an innovative, customer service-based approach to logistics.

Organic Growth – Expeditors promotes from within. As a shining example, our CEO started as an entry level employee in our San Francisco office 31 years ago.

  • 18,000 trained professionals
  • 250+ locations worldwide
  • Fortune 500
  • Globally unified systems

Join Us!
Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. is seeking an experienced attorney specializing in international employment and labor law. The position can be located at any Expeditors branch office in Europe, but a branch office in Madrid, Spain is preferred.

The Corporate Counsel, Employment – Europe (based in Spain or other European country where Expeditors operates)(on site only) will join a world-class legal department providing advice and strategies on labor and employment law matters in Europe.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Supporting and advising business teams, including executives, managers, employee relations, security, health, and safety, payroll, information services, and operations regarding compliance with existing and forthcoming labor and employment laws and regulations
  • Advising on issues such as discipline, non-competition, redundancies, leave, disability, contingent workers, pay equity, end of service gratuity, pensions, contractor management, occupational health and safety, antidiscrimination, wage and hour, immigration, employee personal data privacy (in collaboration with the Data Privacy Officer), and works council/union/labor relations
  • Managing litigation, outside counsel, and budgets
  • Providing representation and/or management of matters before employment and/or human rights tribunals and agencies
  • Conducting and managing internal investigations
  • Responding to governmental subpoenas, investigations, and audits
  • Drafting and revising employment policies, standards, and internal work regulations
  • Drafting service provider, commission, restrictive covenant, employment, non-disclosure, and settlement agreements
  • Developing and delivering client training on compliance with labor and employment laws
  • Leading responses to governmental inquiries into employment and labor related matters
  • Performing project management work for legal projects
  • Formulating efficient resolution strategies to meet business objectives
  • Providing effective cross-functional support inside and outside of the legal department
  • Assisting in developing and implementing departmental goals and initiatives

Travel: Expected 5% to 15%; Valid passport/authorized to travel internationally


  • Juris Doctorate, Bachelor of Laws, or equivalent degree
  • Licensed/authorized to practice law in the jurisdiction where the candidate will be based or in any jurisdiction within the Europe region, and in good standing
  • 6-11 years of experience in a top law firm preferred
  • In-house experience working in the law department of a Fortune 500 company highly desirable, but not required
  • Strong knowledge of and practical experience advising on labor and employment and labor laws and regulations
  • Working knowledge of European labor and employment laws and regulations
  • Practical experience working with works council and trade unions preferred
  • Experience in logistics, transport, and related sectors preferred
  • Strong analytical, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills with high level of attention to detail and accuracy
  • Excellent business judgment and ability to work independently
  • Fluent oral and written English require and fluency in additional languages an asset

Additional Information


  • Vacation
  • Medical Plan
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan
  • Training and education Program

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