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Deputy General Counsel/Managing Counsel The Permanente Medical Group, Inc. (TPMG) is the largest multi-specialty group practice in the nation with over 7,000 physicians and a 65-year tradition of providing quality medical care. The successful candidate will lead and manage the TPMG Legal Department at the direction of the General Counsel, while providing advice and counsel to TPMG executives and managers on a variety of legal matters. Qualified candidates will have a JD and current license to practice law in the State of California, 10+ years of directly related experience in litigation management, employment law and/or health care law, and the ability to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment. Strong leadership, problem solving, analytical, strategic thinking, presentation and written/verbal communication skills are essential. Expert knowledge of California employment law, administrative practice and contract areas is required. Prefer experience managing lawyers & other staff, employment litigation experience, familiarity with medical/health care practices, methodologies and procedures, and knowledge of intellectual property and corporate law. We offer competitive salaries and a generous benefits package. For consideration, please send resume to Andrew Carota, Manager, Physician Recruitment Services and Executive Search at EEO/AA/M/F/D/V EMPLOYER.

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