5.22.4 – T-Mobile has an opportunity for an experienced regulatory attorney on the Legal Department’s Product Compliance Legal Team, supporting Government Subsidy Programs like the FCC’s Universal Service Program and the recently enacted Affordable Connectivity Program (“ACP”). This attorney will:
• Work closely with the company’s business and support teams to build comprehensive compliance programs based on regulations applicable to T-Mobile’s growing Universal Service and ACP product and service portfolios.
• Analyze a wide variety of applicable laws and regulations to provide practical, usable and customer-focused legal advice.
• Analyze and support internal policies and processes to ensure ongoing compliance; and
• Manage federal and state agency inquiries regarding product compliance.
The Corporate Counsel position on the Program Compliance team will have day-to-day responsibilities for providing legal guidance on compliance aspects of T-Mobile’s Government Subsidy Programs, including:
• Providing practical legal guidance on all aspects of applicable laws and regulations governing government subsidy programs, including devising solutions in partnership with business and other service support teams to address regulatory compliance requirements.
• Designing and implementing compliance policies and processes through partnership and collaboration with the business and other legal and tax experts.
• Leading complex, fast-moving projects and being proactive in delivering actionable guidance and driving customer-focused compliant solutions.
• Evaluating and advising on regulatory risks related to government subsidy programs.
• Monitoring changes in program-impacting laws and regulations, and recommending new policy and procedures as necessary to meet new or changing compliance obligations.
• Coordinating with Government Affairs on proposed changes or modifications of laws and regulations.
• Assisting with compliance system evaluations and audits; and
• Communicating legal advice to business clients in a simple, usable, practical and un-legalistic way.
Qualified Candidates should have:
• Minimum 5+ years of relevant legal experience, including significant experience working with, and preferably for, a telecommunications oversight agency such as the FCC.