Cogentrix is a leading independent power producer with a long track record of successfully acquiring, developing, constructing, operating, improving and divesting power generation assets. Cogentrix is owned by funds managed by The Carlyle Group, one of the world’s largest alternative asset management firms, and serves as Carlyle’s in-house power asset management platform. Cogentrix has been directly involved in the development, ownership, operations and management of coal-fired, natural gas-fired, and solar power assets delivering a combined generating capacity in excess of 10 GW. Through the ownership and operation of these plants, Cogentrix has participated in most of the major power regions in the U.S. Cogentrix currently manages plants in the Carlyle portfolio, which has a total net generation of approximately 8,800 MW.
Cogentrix is currently seeking an Associate General Counsel to join its highly skilled legal team. Located at the corporate headquarters in Charlotte, NC, and reporting to the General Counsel, the successful candidate will be responsible for providing continuing counsel and guidance on legal matters and on the legal implications of all matters. The primary role of this person will be to serve as a key lawyer/legal advisor on all major business transactions, including financings, acquisitions, divestitures and joint ventures. Additionally, this person will advise management on and assist the General Counsel in the oversight of all legal aspects of the company’s and its managed project portfolio’s present and future commercial dealings, compliance matters and corporate needs, including power sales and hedging transactions, interconnection arrangements, fuel purchases and transportation arrangements, operation and maintenance arrangements, general contractual and regulatory compliance, litigation management and dispute resolution, project development, corporate governance and organizational matters, and management of outside counsel.
This position requires the individual to perform effectively in a team environment as a team player, and work well with others inside and outside Cogentrix. It is particularly important that the incumbent be able to work effectively with members of other Cogentrix departments including asset management, compliance, corporate accounting, corporate services, engineering, EHS, finance, human resources, , operations, procurement, risk management and tax, as well as senior management and executives.
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