Associate General Counsel, Oculus Ecosystem

Legal, Finance, Facilities & Admin | Menlo Park, CA

Oculus seeks an Associate General Counsel for its Oculus virtual reality ecosystem business. Oculus invents, manufactures and sells industry leading virtual reality headsets and operates a global virtual reality content and social platform.

This position provides global legal and regulatory advice and negotiates deals, with a focus on our platform software products. Success in this position will require applying a complex and evolving global legal and policy framework to new and innovative products and services. This is a unique opportunity to work on cutting-edge issues in a fast-paced start-up environment, as Oculus leads the field of virtual reality.

Responsibilities

  • Be a product counseling and transactional generalist: support business objectives related to social, video, consumer products, e-commerce & payments, competition law, and privacy
  • Experience with software licensing, open source, APIs, data privacy, and the general regulatory framework for consumer-facing software
  • Evaluating, drafting, and negotiating contracts relating to software products, services and integrations
  • Build positive and influential relationships with executives, product teams and peers across Oculus and Facebook
  • Collaborate with subject matters experts at Oculus and Facebook to analyze and communicate legal risks

Minimum Qualifications

  • JD degree with membership in at least 1 state bar
  • 8+ years combined law firm and in-house experience with technology companies

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience working with tech entrepreneur executives and advising platform and software teams
  • Experience with software licensing, open source, APIs, data privacy, and the general regulatory framework for consumer-facing software


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