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Weekend Document Support Operator will be exposed to law firm operational and legal functions. Ensures jobs are completed according to Firm quality standards, client job specifications and client requested deadline, by effectively supervising assigned personnel, equipment operation and workflow. Weekend Document Support Operator is scheduled to work Saturday and Sunday: 11:00 AM until 10:00 PM (22 hours/week).
The Human Resources Assistant will be responsible for the administrative support of day-to-day human resource operations. The individual will perform a variety of human resources-related tasks along with supporting the Professional Staff Human Resources team.
The Business Development Analyst will leverage research, writing and analytical skills to support the firm in executing business development and marketing initiatives. The analyst will work closely with New York office attorneys and other members of the Global Business Development team to achieve Firm and office business development goals.
The position reports to the Client Accounting Supervisor and assists in all phases of client billing including bill preparation, submission, follow-up and communication with clients and partners related to bill preparation and submitted bills. This is a detail oriented position with an emphasis on technical tasks, strong writing and interpersonal skills.
The Managing Attorney’s Office (MAO) supports and assists the firm’s practice groups – primarily the Litigation Group and the Restructuring Group – on court-related matters. The MAO’s primary responsibilities include filing and serving all litigation papers, monitoring pending court cases, tracking litigation deadlines, researching and retrieving court documents and public records, and providing guidance on court rules and procedures. The Assistant Managing Clerk, an entry level position, assists with the day-to-day operations in the MAO. The hours for the position are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., with overtime as needed.
The Legal Recruiting Assistant supports the Legal Recruiting team and works with the Firm’s Recruiting Committee.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP is seeking to hire a full time Campus Recruiting Manager. The Campus Recruiting Manager will work with the Director of Legal Recruiting - U.S. in leading a team responsible for overseeing all on-campus recruiting initiatives and the summer associate program.
This individual will report to the HRIS Manager, helping drive the support and maintenance of the Workday system. This includes the HCM system configuration, reporting and security.
The HRIS Analyst researches functionality, and helps drive efficiency and structure within new or existing processes. Projects can be independently run by HRIS, or done in collaboration with a project team on a variety of HR initiatives. Responsibilities include consulting with stakeholders to help identify needs/requirements, as well as completing the analysis, design, testing and post production support of a solution.
The Business Development Analyst, Legal Directories will help enhance the reputation of the firm, its practices and lawyers through legal directory rankings. Under the direction of the Director of Business Development (BD), the Analyst will work closely with the U.S. BD team and the European Directory Coordinator.
The Analyst will track deadlines and maintain calendar, serve as the main point person with researchers, create draft submissions, update relevant documentation and statistics, help train new BD team members on the process, and upload submissions for leading legal industry directories, including Chambers and Partners and Legal 500. The position provides an opportunity to help a world-class law firm maintain and raise its external profile to existing and potential clients, recruits and other audiences.
The Attorney Development Manager is responsible for coordinating a broad range of attorney development and staffing activities for a given practice area (or areas) in the New York Office. This includes engaging practice group leaders in developing the firm’s attorneys to their highest potential, partnering with the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Team to ensure senior leadership accountability for a diverse talent pipeline, working with staffers to staff attorneys and manage their workloads, overseeing a robust performance review process, participating in strategic workforce planning, partnering with other human resources teams and practice development as well as supporting certain practice group administrative needs.