Corporate Attorney - Legal Leadership Development Program

Techtronic Industries Fort Lauderdale , FL 33301

Posted 2 months ago

Who We Are:

TTI is the world leader in Power Tools, Accessories, Hand Tools, Outdoor Power Equipment and Floor Care for Do-It-Yourself, professional and industrial users in the home improvement, repair, maintenance, construction, and infrastructure industries. We build our success around exceptional people who thrive in a fast-paced environment and seek a wide range of challenges and opportunities.

Who We Are Looking For:

We need great legal professionals to help continue our incredible growth. To that end, we have established a Legal Leadership Development Program (LLDP), a rotational program that includes progressively challenging assignments in legal, product safety, sustainability, trade compliance, and other legal functions.

The LLDP position is for:

  • Recent graduates of law school or law students soon to be graduating law school; or

  • Attorneys with 1-3 years of experience.

Job Summary:

The TTI LLDP initially will join one of our North American business units in Milwaukee, WI, Greenville, SC, or Charlotte, NC. Then, the LLDP potentially will rotate through multiple other business units to gain additional experience and exposure within TTI. Between 18 and 24 months after being hired, or sooner as opportunities become available, the TTI LLDP ultimately will relocate more permanently to one of our business units.

Examples of locations where these future opportunities exist include, but are not limited to, Milwaukee, WI, Greenville, SC, Charlotte, NC, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Hong Kong, and London, UK. The LLDP position typically requires extensive domestic and international travel, up to 40% of the time (safety permitting). If you cannot commit to extensive travel and relocation, you should not apply.

What We Are Looking For:

  • Juris doctorate degree from an accredited law school

  • Students graduating in May (available to begin in August) and sitting for a state bar exam or eligible for the diploma privilege where applicable

  • Law firm or in-house lawyers with 1-4 years of experience and licensed to practice in at least one state or the District of Columbia

  • Must have authorization to work in the U.S. on a permanent and ongoing basis

  • Ability to travel 40%

  • Willingness to relocate 2-3 times during the first 4 years

  • A high-energy self-starter who works well independently and in a team atmosphere

  • Proven leadership skills either in school or professional experience

  • Previous legal internships or legal work experience preferred

  • Exceptional verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills

  • Organized and detailed-oriented with ability to multitask and adapt to variable work assignments across multiple legal departments and other functions

  • Experience using Microsoft Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

  • Ability to prioritize responsibilities to meet multiple deadlines

  • Ability to think strategically, while managing the details

Location: Milwaukee, WI, Greenville, SC, or Charlotte, NC

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