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Counsel, Corporate Counsel, and Senior Corporate Counsel
Our Corporate Legal team delivers innovative, trusted, and world-class legal services to advance and protect Salesforce's interests. In this role, no day is the same — you may help structure transactions, negotiate agreements, counsel on legal issues, and more.View jobs
Enterprise Risk Management Leader
Our Enterprise Risk Management team helps Salesforce on its journey to becoming a FORTUNE 100 company. In this role, you’ll have a front row seat to strategic decision making and enhancing efficiencies across the company.View jobs
This team helps to negotiate transactions, contracts, and agreements to support the global growth of Salesforce. As a self-starting, experienced problem-solver, you’ll prioritize and drive issues to resolution within a team environment focused on growth, execution, and process improvement.View jobs
Compliance and Audit Analyst
A critical part of our business, our Compliance and Audit team drives the continuous improvement of our controls. Our analysts, managers, and leaders are responsible for delivering tangible process improvements and strengthening our controls framework.View jobs
This is my dream job. Doing what I enjoy for a company that is doing great things.
Senior Manager, Government Affairs and Public Policy, London
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