Apply now »


At TE, you will unleash your potential working with people from diverse backgrounds and industries to create a safer, sustainable and more connected world. 
Job Overview



Enforce compliance requirements and provide labor and employment (L&E) legal advice with the objectives of supporting all TE business in the region of Mainland China, as well as protecting the Company's interests by identifying and mitigating legal risks within the relevant laws and regulations under the supervision of Sr. Employment Counsel.

What your background should look like:

Key Responsibilities
•    Contract and policy review: Draft and review various template contracts for the establishment, execution, and termination of employment, as well as post-employment covenant; review various HR policies of TE China sites in accordance with the applicable PRC laws and regulations, as well as TE compliance requirements, policies and guidelines.
•    Other L&E daily consultation: Take care of the daily consultation from in respect of China employment matters.
•    Labor disputes resolution: Assist in labor dispute arbitration and litigations, working with outside counsel and in-house attorneys where appropriate. Gather and review facts and information; provide preliminary opinion on exposure and downside risk assessment; recommend a path to resolve the disputes; and oversee necessary execution in order to ensure that disputes are resolved in a manner that best represents the Company's interests.
•    Internal projects: Collaborate with HRs, and other members of the global and regional Law Department on matters and projects that require a team effort.
•    Training: Prepare training materials in respect of various L&E topics and provide L&E training to China HRs in a practical way. 

Requirements and Qualifications
•    Can draft standard legal documents with minimal review
•    Can deliver clear legal advice effectively
•    Experienced in provide L&E trainings
•    Graduate from an accredited law program or a law degree in China. Overseas legal education background will be a plus.
•    Pass the Bar Exam in China 
•    At least 3 years relevant PQE gained in a reputable Chinese / international law firm and/or in-house law department of a multinational corporation. Leading Chinese / international law firm experience will be a plus.
•    Fluency in reading, writing and speaking Chinese and English required. Additional language skills are an asset.
Key Competencies
•    Ethics and integrity
•    Strong verbal and interpersonal communication skills
•    Have strong legal sense and business acumen
•    Proactive, pay attention to detail, responsive and accountable
•    Ability to manage many demands concurrently
•    Managerial courage
•    Team player
•    Flexibility and agility 
•    Accountability and ability to work independently 

Values: Integrity, Accountability,Teamwork, Innovation

SHANGHAI, 31, CN, 200233

State:  31
Country/Region:  CN
Travel:  10% to 25%
Requisition ID:  57309
Alternative Locations: 
Function:  Legal
Apply now »