The successful candidate will be part of the International Legal Team, reporting directly to the Head of Legal - International Markets, with whom the candidate will work closely on strategic matters relating to Gojek’s expansion to markets outside of Indonesia. The candidate will also have the opportunity to partner with the Group General Counsel and his senior leadership team on strategic group-level matters including M&A and fund-raising activities.
Senior strategic role in the International Legal Team based in Singapore supporting Gojek’s international business growth and expansion into new markets, covering:First-time launch of core services into new international markets (inc. transport, food delivery, logistics and payments services)Expansion of services offered within existing international marketsSupporting Group HQ in Jakarta with select M&A / Fundraise / Strategic PartnershipsSupporting with compliance and regulatory matters across international markets
LL.B or LL.M from a recognised universityAt least 5 years of experience working in an International or Singapore law firm and/or as an in-house legal counselQualified lawyer with relevant post qualification experienceWork closely with direct hiring manager and internal business stakeholders to maximise their potentialSkilled in building key business stakeholder relationships as a strategic partner
Bonus Points if
In-house or private practice client experience in a relevant sector (technology, e-commerce, TMT, fintech/e-payments)Experience in dealing with early-stage issues encountered by a young, rapidly growing company in a relevant sectorCollaborative team-player, enjoys and thrives working in a dynamic/fast-paced environment Culturally sensitive to working with colleagues of different nationalities across South-East AsiaSolution oriented individual who is able to advise commercially and pragmatically based on a clear understanding of the business and its objectivesOpen to occasional regional travel from time to time where needed to support business needs