Corporate Paralegal

User Testing Atlanta , GA 30301

Posted 4 months ago

Company Description

UserTesting enables every organization to deliver the best customer experience powered by human insight. With UserTesting's on-demand Human Insight Platform, companies across industries make accurate customer-first decisions at every level, at the speed business demands. With UserTesting, product teams, marketers, digital and customer experience executives confidently and quickly create the right experiences for all target audiences, increasing brand loyalty and revenue. UserTesting has over 1,200 subscription customers, including 48 of the top 100 brands in the world, and has delivered human insights to over 35,000 companies to-date. Founded in 2007 and backed by Accel and OpenView, UserTesting is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Atlanta and Edinburgh. To learn more, visit

  • We're looking for a talented Corporate Paralegal with strong executive, administrative and legal skills to support our Chief Corporate Strategy & Legal Officer along with a legal team of 2 attorneys. This position can be located in our San Francisco headquarters or our Atlanta office.


  • Manage maintenance of corporate entities, including maintenance of minute books, shareholder communications,

  • Obtain and maintain all necessary city and state business registrations and licenses

  • Provide support for various legal and regulatory compliance initiatives

  • Handle the day-to-day duties of the equity program, including processing stock option exercises, share transfers, and issuing new employee grants.

  • Collaborate with cross functional teams including Finance, Accounting, Stock Administration, People & Culture, and Compliance to develop and maintain business and policy projects, including

  • Work with the finance team and outside counsel to manage the cap table

  • Work with the HR team on documenting key corporate policies such as business code of conduct

  • Organize and maintain documents in a paper or electronic filing systems

  • Schedule and maintain a calendar of meetings for key people on the team

  • Support administrative needs of Chief Corporate Strategy and Legal Officer


  • 3 years experience as in-house corporate paralegal or in law firm, with specific experience in corporate governance, maintenance of books and records, option administration systems, policy implementations and supporting complex transactions

  • Experience supporting international business operations

  • Strong experience with G-Suite/Slides

  • Strong Microsoft Excel skills a plus

  • Ability to operate independently in a fast-paced environment, and to prioritize a dynamic workload

  • Extremely organized, resourceful, and detail oriented

  • Strong oral and written communication skills

  • Energized in an environment of rapid change and a willingness to be part of an "all hands on deck" team of doing what needs to get done to move the business forward

  • Start-up work experience a plus

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