International Firm headquartered in NYC seeks a Legal Recruiting Manager to report to the Firm?s Associate Director, Legal Recruiting and assist in all aspects of the legal recruiting process, including lateral recruiting; planning and overseeing the summer associate program; fall on
*campus interviews; supervising legal recruitment staff.
This position will work closely with Lateral Recruiting Coordinator in management of lateral associate hiring; ascertain departmental lateral needs and coordinate recruiting efforts; liaison and maintain relationships with search firms; screen resumes; schedule in
*house interviews; greet and escort applicants; monitor follow up efforts and evaluations; expense reimbursements and track hiring results.
This position will oversee the preparation and management of summer program, including orientation; sibling/mentor assignments; training programs; summer calendar; rotation schedule; tracking assignments and evaluations; mid
*summer reviews; monitor summer program expenses and adherence to budget.
Candidate will manage and attend recruiting/summer related events and follow up activities, including site selection, travel arrangements and lawyer participation.
Oversee staffing and coordination of invitations, RSVPs and event success and provide administrative support to department/practice groups during summer program (monitor assignment/evaluation process; organize luncheons, social activities and coordinator meetings).
The Manager will be responsible for managing recruitment tracking software; generate reports; maintain recruitment statistics, historical data, 1L/spring recruiting process; coordinate on
*campus receptions; panel discussions; produce NALP form; update Chambers Directory.
This position will assist Associate Director with budgeting process and further Firm?s diversity recruiting efforts, coordinate judicial clerk, LLM, and 3L hiring process including annual receptions, dinners and events and attend and participate in all Hiring Committee and Summer Program Committee meetings.
Keep committee members abreast of current industry practices.
New York New York