Snapdocs is looking for a Product & Regulatory Counsel to join our nimble legal team.
Snapdocs is an early-stage, rapidly growing technology company backed by investors like Sequoia Capital, Founders Fund, F-Prime Capital and Y Combinator. We are tackling the massive U.S. mortgage market, developing modern software for an industry that still relies on fax machines and manila envelopes. We’re growing at breakneck speed, with an innovative product bringing security, efficiency, transparency and ultimately a better home buying experience to a paper-based pillar of the U.S. economy.
To thrive in this role, you bring at least 5+ years of relevant, combined law firm, in-house legal department and/or governmental agency experience. You are a team player able to manage multiple projects at once (no matter how big or small), resolve routine-to-complex legal regulatory matters with minimal supervision and have excellent legal research skills. You have prior experience advising on the legal and regulatory aspects of product development in the technology space, with a depth of knowledge in at least two of the following areas: fintech, financial services, mortgage lending, privacy and data security, intellectual property and licensing.
A Juris Doctor from an accredited law school, and membership in good standing with at least one U.S. state bar are required. This role requires practical business judgment and sound legal reasoning skills, a proactive and strong work ethic, a keen interest in relationship-building and problem-solving, and fluency translating legal advice into actionable guidance for innovative business and product teams.
Snapdocs strongly values diversity and drive. We want to work with people of different backgrounds and different paths in life, and we trust our team to make smart decisions. This means we value independent work as well as collaboration.
Colorado applicants: This role pays $150,000 – $190,000 annually plus participation in our equity plan (pay for other locations may vary).
Our benefits include (but are not limited to):
– 21 days of vacation
– Company subsidized health, dental, and vision insurance
– Flexible spending account for healthcare and dependent care
– 401(k) with up to 4% company match
– Life and disability insurance
– Commuter benefits