[WA Job] Deputy General Counsel, Global Development Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Texas may be too much of a lifestyle change for some of you who are, indeed, interested in a General Counsel position.

What about Seattle, Washington?  One of the tech capitals of the world, the “Rain City,” or the “Gateway to Alaska.” What’s better than that?

No, but really.  The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is seeking a Deputy General Counsel, Global Development.

Here’s a short preview of the job description, more info on the website.  In addition, Matthew Maclean is the Senior Research Executive Recruiter at the Foundation who posted the position on LinkedIn.

The Deputy General Counsel, Global Development will provide advice and counsel on a broad range of legal and strategic issues critical to the Foundation’s operational and charitable goals primarily relating to its grant making activities under the Global Development Program. The Deputy General Counsel, together with the Deputy General Counsels for U.S. Program and Operations and for Global Health, will assist the General Counsel in identifying and addressing cross-Foundation legal issues.  The Deputy General Counsel will also develop and manage a team of Associate General Counsels, paralegals and other staff conducting activities in support of the Foundation’s Global Development Program.

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