Corporate Counsel


Jacksonville, US

APR Energy is a global leader in specialized power solutions. We build, own, and operate scalable, turnkey power plants that help run cities and industries around the world. Whether you require temporary, bridging or more permanent power, our flexible solutions provide reliable electricity when and where you need it, for as long as you need it.

Job Summary

APR Energy is seeking a highly motivated and self-driven corporate attorney to join our Legal team where you will be part of an exciting and growing company in one of the most important and fastest developing industries in the world.


Essential Functions / Responsibilities:

· Draft, review, and negotiate a variety of commercial agreements including but not limited to, confidentiality agreements/NDA’s, MOU’s, letters of intent, MSA’s and SOW’s, teaming agreements, supplier contracts, leases, as well as contractor/consultant/employment agreements, all while ensuring both legal and business objectives are met.

· Work closely with APR Energy’s Finance, Tax, Accounting, and Treasury teams in connection with finance related transactions, including credit agreements, guaranty agreements, intercompany leases, intercompany loan agreements, and other finance and capital markets transactions.

· Provide legal counsel and governance with respect to the company’s credit agreements.

· Provide support to APR Energy’s growth strategy through complex business transactions, including due diligence on legal and regulatory matters, M&A, joint ventures, minority equity investments, licensing and development agreements, and other strategic transactions.

· Provide corporate support and counsel in connection with integration matters with acquired businesses.

· Advise business units and support with governance on regulatory matters such as anti-trust, anti-bribery, anti-money laundering, and other business-related compliance issues.

· Support compliance activities and implementation of appropriate remediation measures.

· Assist with the organization and management of APR Energy’s Document Management System.

· Provide legal support on special projects based on the interest and needs of the growing business.



· 5-8 years’ experience working in a corporate law department or medium to large law firm with general corporate experience, including drafting and negotiating complex commercial transaction documentation.

· Experience working on corporate finance, subsidiary administration, corporate reorganizations, corporate governance, capital markets, M&A, and other strategic transactions.

· The ability to advise others (orally and in writing) on complex, nuanced matters in a clear, succinct way.

· The ability to handle a volume of work in an efficient, practical manner.



· Juris Doctor (J.D.) from an accredited law school

· Good standing in a state bar within the U.S. and authorized to be in house counsel in Florida.


Additional Proficiencies preferred:

· A collaborative work style and willingness to work with people from a variety of diverse backgrounds.

· International experience a plus but not required.

· Spanish and/or Portuguese speaking a plus but not required.



APR Energy is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.

APR’s Living in the Values:

APR’s Living in the Values:

  • Speed
  • Global 
  • Teamwork
  • Trust 
  • Performance
  • Determination 
  • Responsibility & Value


With experience delivering power in more than 35 countries, we have the capability to respond quickly to needs across most of the world, getting power to our customers fast. APR Energy’s power plants have served some of the world’s best-known utilities and industries, used in applications ranging from supplemental base load capacity and seasonal peaking power to distributed generation and dedicated industrial power.