Lucid is the new generation of EV. Our relentless focus on innovation, luxury, and sustainability drives us into a reality where you no longer have to choose between doing great things, doing the right thing, and doing everything with the highest regard for efficiency and design. There were luxury cars, then EVs, now there’s Lucid.
Leading the future in luxury electric and mobility
At Lucid, we set out to introduce the most captivating, luxury electric vehicles that elevate the human experience and transcend the perceived limitations of space, performance, and intelligence. Vehicles that are intuitive, liberating, and designed for the future of mobility.
We plan to lead in this new era of luxury electric by returning to the fundamentals of great design – where every decision we make is in service of the individual and environment. Because when you are no longer bound by convention, you are free to define your own experience.
Come work alongside some of the most accomplished minds in the industry. Beyond providing competitive salaries, we’re providing a community for innovators who want to make an immediate and significant impact. If you are driven to create a better, more sustainable future, then this is the right place for you.
Lucid is looking for an experienced attorney to join our legal team. This role will be a key member of Lucid Legal that will help develop and operate the company’s critical compliance programs related to sanctions and trade controls, export controls, forced labor/supply chain, and import issues, including customs and tariffs.
At Lucid, we don’t just welcome diversity - we celebrate it! Lucid Motors is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, and any other characteristic protected under applicable State or Federal laws and regulations.
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You Will: Design and operate the company’s sanctions and trade-related compliance programsLead sanctions and trade-related compliance for the appropriate business and engineering leadership and their teamsLead advice on Foreign Trade Zone complianceProactively provide concise, practical and actionable advice to business and engineering teams to advise on trade issues and mitigate compliance risks and import complianceDevelop and implement written compliance policies and procedures related to sanctions and export controlsServe as subject matter expert on FTZ, import, sanctions and trade controls issues within Lucid’s legal teamAdvise on contractual engagements and protections as neededResearch and track trade-related legislation, regulations and significant enforcement matters and identify opportunities to partner with Public Policy group to influence regulatory landscapeCoordinate with regulatory and government officials at various levels, provide required notices and filing, and respond to government inquiriesDesign and implement trainings for business and engineering teams on sanctions and trade topics
You Bring: Juris Doctor and membership in good standing in at least one state barMinimum of 10 years of relevant work experience at a law firm or in-house corporate roleStrong knowledge of and experience with US sanctions and trade control laws and regulations Consistent good judgment and ability to apply legal knowledge and common sense to help solve important business challengesDemonstrated ability to manage a complex workload while maintaining priorities and proactively anticipating issuesExcellent analytical, written and verbal skills with the ability to present information, including complex legal matters, clearly and conciselyInterpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills with the ability to collaborate and establish credibility with senior leadership and colleaguesAble to travel periodically and as neededLocations for this role, are open to Washington D.C., Newark, CA, or Chandler AZ.