Joining Collibra's Legal team:

The Senior Corporate Counsel will be exposed to a variety of legal and business matters and will report directly to Collibra’s General Counsel.  The ideal candidate is a self-starting problem-solver who can work both autonomously and collaboratively, as the circumstances warrant, and also roll up her/his sleeves when necessary to get the job done.

The Senior Corporate Counsel at Collibra is responsible for:

  • Assist with corporate governance matters, including support in connection with preparations for Board of Directors, Board committees and shareholder meetings
  • Support M&A transactions, including partnering with the business on deal structure and LOI terms, planning and assisting with due diligence, drafting and negotiating deal agreements, actively managing deal process and execution, and assist with managing post-closing integration activities - Draft and negotiate customer sales agreements, commercial partnership agreements, and services agreements
  • Assist with subsidiary governance and administration, including partnering with other members of the legal team on board matters, inter-company agreements and compliance with applicable laws and regulations
  • Advise on legal aspects of corporate transactional matters, including corporate finance, leases and other facilities related transactions.  Coordinate among the legal, finance, and corporate development teams and external corporate counsel regarding the same.
  • Support initiatives and functions including public company readiness, ESG, investor relations and corporate communications..
  • Work collaboratively and responsively with a broad range of colleagues and stakeholders, and develop trusted relationships to facilitate a coordinated team approach - Work with finance team to support stock administration on equity matters and employee education.

You Have:

  • J.D. from an ABA accredited law school (or foreign equivalent)
  • Membership in at least 1 U.S. State Bar, with good standing
  • 5+ years of corporate, M&A, and securities law experience at a major law firm and/or in-house as a generalist corporate attorney working with public companies
  • Experience with Belgian corporate law a significant plus, though not required

You Are:

  • A growth mindset with flexibility and desire to work on a variety of legal matters, learn and have a meaningful impact - Reliable and collaborative team player with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent legal and business judgment and communication skills, with a strong attention to detail and discretion with respect to sensitive matters
  • Action and results-oriented, with ability to adapt quickly to new surroundings and in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to prioritize and manage workloads to meet deadlines in a challenging and fast-paced environment
  • Flexibility to assist the legal department in its activities and its mission

Reporting to Collibra's Chief Legal Officer, Senior Corporate Counsel measures of success are:

  • Within your first month, you will familiarize yourself with your colleagues and Collibra’s business.
  • Within your third month, you will independently manage various corporate legal projects.
  • Within your sixth month, you will be seen as a valuable strategic advisor to the business.


Benefits at Collibra:

We strive to provide all Collibrians with competitive and cost-efficient benefits that are aligned to our company values. As a high-growth company, our goal is to offer flexibility and choice with our benefits programs to support the evolving needs of our changing workforce. The specific offerings will differ slightly by region but our {Be}well benefit programs encompass the following strategic pillars:

  • {Be}Healthy: Healthcare for yourself and eligible dependents (inclusive of partners/domestic partners), mental health resources and care, tax-advantaged accounts, income protection, discount programs and more! Additionally, we encourage employees to treat their whole self by offering a bi-monthly calendar of events and programming dedicated to our {Be}well initiatives which focus on wellbeing areas including emotional, professional & social, financial, physical, allyship & belonging and giving back.
  • {Be}With Family: We offer multiple types of leave so that you can spend time with loved ones, including parental leave, caregiver leave and our annual family day. These are all complementary to our culture in which we value output over hours!
  • {Be}Kind: Collibra For Good, Unconscious Bias & Allyship training, Manager Racial Injustice training and Collibra-led fundraisers.
  • {Be}Unplugged: Our paid time off programs include vacation, holidays, sick time and compassionate/bereavement leave. We also offer remote-friendly meditation sessions and cooking lessons – all of which you’re actively encouraged to use!
  • {Be}Informed: Competitive compensation, bonus potential, private company equity, merit reviews and promotion cycles, company pension, discounts programs, access to LinkedIn Learning, employee referral program, employee rewards & recognition, development programs and more!
  • {Be}Together: Community and belonging with our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) and personal interest groups, ERG-driven events, speaker series, and celebrations, a dedicated DEI council, the virtual Collibra cafe, trivia, bingo games and much more! 

When in-person (office) life resumes, we look forward to more snacks, catered lunches, team offsites and social events (think holiday gift exchange, fundraising events, happy hours, celebrations and more)!

Equal Opportunity:

At Collibra, we’re proud to be an equal opportunity employer – which ties directly to our core value, “open, direct, and kind.” We realize the key to creating a company with a world-class culture and employee experience comes from who we hire and creating a workplace that celebrates everyone. 

With this, we proudly consider qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, pregnancy, sex, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, physical or mental disability, HIV status, registered domestic partner status, caregiver status, marital status, veteran or military status, citizenship status or any other legally protected category.