Uber Technologies, Inc.
15 yrs required
San Francisco, CA, United States
Senior Director, Hardware Products and Strategic Sourcing
The candidate role will focus on strategic relationships and agreements that enable the growth and success of the New Mobility (NeMo) business as we become a global multi-mobility platform. Ensure company’s consumer hardware product compliance with U.S. and international laws and regulations including user privacy, open source, consumer protection, export, tax, compliance and advertising. Grow and manage a sophisticated team of attorneys who will drive the entire lifecycle of multiple agreements, projects and issues. Provide strategic and tactical legal advice in connection with the drafting, negotiation, and review of a wide variety of complex supplier contracts and strategic product acquisition agreements, including licensing agreements, manufacturing agreements, and professional service agreements and resolving complex commercial disputes. Develop and drive policies and practices that emphasize efficiencies and compliance while improving prioritization and management of multiple projects. Provide guidance to product and engineering teams on global launch strategy and issues related to new and existing products, including the company’s battery safety protocols. Help establish and constantly evaluate a cross-functional hardware safety process, policy and communications to ensure company is maintaining trust with its New Mobility riders. Collaborate closely with colleagues across the company legal team such as Employment, Litigation, Privacy, IP, Geos and Marketing, to provide comprehensive advice, and solve legal problems quickly for the teams support. Handle critically significant escalations with poise in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
Uber Technologies, Inc.
800 Market St 7th Floor
United States 94102
Website : https://www.uber.com
On a snowy Paris evening in 2008, Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp had trouble hailing a cab. So they came up with a simple idea—tap a button, get a ride. What started as an app to request premium black cars in a few metropolitan areas is now changing the logistical fabric of cities around the world. Whether it’s a ride, a sandwich, or a package, we use technology to give people what they want, when they want it.