Wednesday, May 12, 2010

OakBrook Job - McDonalds Real Estate Counsel/Senior Counsel Position

Title: Counsel/Senior Counsel (Business and Development, East Division) Category: Legal Services Req Number: 5946-SD/JP Location(s): Oak Brook IL
Company: McDonald's


The Business and Development Counsel Team, East Division has an immediate opening for a real estate attorney. This position will report directly to the East Division General Counsel.


Employee Responsibilities:


This person will be expected to provide advice and counsel to regional and department management and other clients on real estate matters with an emphasis on the acquisition and development of real estate for new McDonald's restaurant sites. Other areas of responsibility include, among other things: assessing legal risks and opportunities within the area of real estate law and advising clients accordingly; supervising paralegals assisting in the acquisition and development of real estate for new McDonald's restaurant sites; construction issues related to the development of new McDonald's restaurants; assisting in the development of policies and procedures; supervising outside counsel and handling legal matters or projects ranging from simple to complex. This position will also participate on cross-functional teams, introduce new and creative problem solving approaches and serve as a center of excellence for a discreet function within the real estate practice area.
A J.D. degree and a license to practice law are required. A minimum of three to five years' technical experience in the commercial real estate area is preferred.

Other desired skills/qualities include: excellent analytical, organizational and communication skills, ability to handle multiple projects, ability to handle deadline pressures and sensitive information, ability to work well individually and also as part of a team.

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