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Commercial Counsel

Posted Nov 07
Mountain View, California

Commure and Athelas have recently joined forces to form healthcare's next-generation operating system. Through its pioneering AI-powered platform, the newly combined Commure gives time back to clinicians and staff at hospitals and health systems across the U.S. with easy-to-use clinical, financial, and operational solutions.

Together, we're on a mission to connect, protect, and empower healthcare by developing groundbreaking and hyper-connected technologies. We believe deeply that by joining our many datasets and digital solutions together in harmony, we can solve our industry's biggest challenges: improving the experiences of our care providers, bringing down the cost of care, and ensuring the health and wellbeing of our communities.

If you want to improve healthcare innovation through close partnerships between developers and doctors, come work with us!

**Role Summary

** Commure is looking for a Commercial Counsel to handle complex legal agreements and provide strategic legal advice for Commure

Reporting into the General Counsel, you will be a crucial member of the legal team at Commure. You will manage the drafting, negotiation, and execution of commercial contracts and support the broader business strategy through diligent legal oversight and compliance enforcement. With a methodical approach, keen critical thinking, and a data-driven mindset, you will navigate complex legal landscapes and deliver solutions that propel the company forward while safeguarding our interests - you'll be viewed as a key liaison with executive and sales teams.

  • Note, you must be able to be in office at least 2 days a week in Mountain View, CA.



  • Be the internal lead for all commercial agreements, including but not limited to, service agreements, license agreements, vendor contracts, and non-disclosure agreements.
  • Provide strategic advice to business teams, ensuring that all contracts comply with internal policies and risk tolerances.
  • Collaborate closely with the procurement, sales, and service teams to facilitate contract negotiations and resolve any contractual issues.
  • Assist with the development and implementation of contract management tools and processes to streamline the contracting process.
  • Maintain a repository of all signed agreements and ensure that all contractual obligations are met.



  • J.D. and admission to the California State Bar with membership in good standing
  • 4-8+ years of experience with commercial agreements
  • Experience with healthcare and government contracting preferred, but not required
  • Ability to operate independently without support staff or significant oversight and exercise sound judgment when approaching novel problems without clear answers
  • Resourceful self-starter who enjoys wearing multiple hats and digging into challenging projects, triaging heavy workflow and delivering timely results
  • Strong organizational skills – an ability to juggle multiple projects simultaneously with proper prioritization in a fast-moving, quickly-changing environment

**The salary range that Commure reasonably expects to pay for this position is $190,000 - $215,000 + equity. Actual salary offered will vary depending on factors including but not limited to: location, education, experience, skills, and qualifications. In addition to your salary, Commure also offers many competitive elements in our total compensation package for employees such as equity, a comprehensive benefits package, and flexible time off.

** **Benefits Include


  • Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage
  • FSA & HSA accounts
  • Commuter Benefits
  • Flexible Time Off
  • 401k

Commure is committed to creating and fostering a diverse team. We are open to all backgrounds and levels of experience, and believe that great people can always find a place. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations to all applicants throughout the application process.

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