L3Harris is dedicated to recruiting and developing diverse, high-performing talent who are passionate about what they do. Our employees are unified in a shared dedication to our customers’ mission and quest for professional growth. L3Harris provides an inclusive, engaging environment designed to empower employees and promote work-life success. Fundamental to our culture is an unwavering focus on values, dedication to our communities, and commitment to excellence in everything we do.
- Provide practical and business-oriented legal advice and counseling on a range of employment issues, including: hiring, performance management, employee relations, terminations, leaves of absence and accommodations, wage and hour, internal investigations, compensation, benefits, and privacy
- Develop, draft and implement a variety of workplace policies, employee training and employment-related templates and agreements in collaboration with Human Resources and other functions as appropriate
- Investigate and respond to federal and state administrative complaints (including EEOC charges)
- Oversee, direct and provide employment advice with respect to internal investigations
- Investigate, negotiate and resolve pre-litigation claims and administrative charges, and serve as subject matter expert for employment litigation matters
- Collaborate with local counsel to advise Human Resources and management on international employment issues
- Advise Human Resources and management to ensure compliance with U.S. federal executive orders and Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) regulations
- Manage employment related litigation, including responding to attorney demand letters, effectively negotiating resolution of claims, and making recommendations to Human Resources and senior management on corrective action
- Actively monitor employment law changes, to ensure policies and practices are compliant
- JD degree from an accredited law school
- Bar admission in the US
- Min 10 years’ experience in employment law, or in a combination of employment and benefits law
- Hands on experience representing clients before employment administrative agencies and/or state and federal courts.
- Top-tier law firm and/or in-house experience in a public company preferred, but not required
- Possess strong client-relations and interpersonal skills, as well as excellent judgment and superior written and oral communication and analytical skills
- Detail-oriented, and a demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively
- Ability to juggle and prioritize multiple time-sensitive tasks effectively and independently
Please be aware many of our positions require the ability to obtain a security clearance. Security clearances may only be granted to U.S. citizens. In addition, applicants who accept a conditional offer of employment may be subject to government security investigation(s) and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.