The will be responsible for international subsidiary compliance and governance.
Coordinate with business areas on international bids and proposals, including preparation of corporate documents, legal certifications, and supplier/vendor registrations.
Investigate and resolve international subsidiary and entity compliance matters with other functional areas within the company, outside vendors, outside counsel, and international government regulatory agencies, etc.
Coordinate with senior executives at Corporate Headquarters and the business areas regarding international compliance matters. Must be able to summarize compliance matters for senior executive level review.
Coordinate with Global Accounting, International Tax, International human resources, Global Mobility and Treasury regarding International Compliance Matters.
Operationalize foreign branches to include support for local lease issues, bank accounts, branch manager changes, tax registrations, and other ongoing compliance obligations.
Work independently and under general direction of the Subsidiary Manager. Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment and effectively handle competing priorities.
Research and interpret applicable international law and prepare and submit documentation to ensure international subsidiary and entity compliance; implement changes in registration information, international business licenses, addresses, local representatives and authorized signatories.
Prepare documentation for notarization and legalization or apostille in accordance with applicable international law and customer requests.
Prepare Board resolutions documenting international subsidiary actions and secretary’s certificates as required. Obtain approval and signatures from International Board of Directors
Prepare and submit in-country government filings, certificates, and other types of corporate governance documentation for international subsidiaries.
Prepare information on international subsidiaries for incorporation into parent company filings, including financial information and audit responses.
Research and respond to information requests regarding legal requirements for doing business in international jurisdictions from other internal departments and management.
Other duties, as assigned.
Exceptional critical thinking, problem solving, and analytical skills with the ability to identify strengths and weaknesses of solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems, and remedy them as necessary;
Ability to work in a multi-cultural environment;
Proficiency in Outlook, MS Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and an ability to quickly learn new software programs when required;
Detail-oriented with an ability to prioritize tasks effectively;
Experience with entity management databases;
Ability to develop and implement repeatable documented processes;
Excellent written, verbal communication and comprehension skills, including the ability to clearly explain complex topics to a wide audience who may or may not be familiar with the subject matter;
Ability to manage projects and deliverables with a high level of accuracy and completeness.
Ability to work well under pressure and effectively handle multiple, concurrent demands and appropriately prioritize responsibilities;
Ability to operate effectively as part of a team as well as autonomously;
Strong interpersonal skills. Must have client service orientation.
Bachelor’s degree with emphasis in Legal Studies preferred
Minimum of 6 years of related experience
Experience in a law firm or corporate legal department with an emphasis on maintaining corporate records for subsidiaries including managing corporate subsidiary databases; international subsidiary management preferred.
Internal Number: 489290BR
About Lockheed Martin Corporation
Headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland, Lockheed Martin is a global security and aerospace company that employs approximately 105,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products and services.