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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 Business Development Analyst will leverage his/her 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 Private Clients Administrative Assistant will provide administrative support to the Private Clients department. The firm’s Private Client practice appreciate our clients’ complex and highly personalized needs. We help our clients protect and administer family wealth and plan for the transmission of wealth to family members and charities. The firm prides itself on the ability to provide sophisticated but practical tax advice integrated into sensitive, confidential estate plans reflective of our clients’ family, charitable and business objectives. The individual will work on a variety of administrative tasks and will be exposed to law firm operational and legal functions.
Our practice includes:
- Estate and tax planning
- Administration of trusts and estates
- Family businesses
- Premarital and marital agreements
- Family law – separation and divorce
- Family disputes
- Planning for retirement and disability
- Private investments
- Transactions involving residential real estate, art, boats and aircraft
- Family charities and charitable giving
The Graphic Designer will provide design consultation on internal and external firm communications for all 16 Cleary Gottlieb offices. The Designer will work on and apply the firm’s visual identity to a variety of projects across all media using the Adobe Creative and Microsoft Office suites. Design projects include, but are not limited to, publications, invitations, brochures, ads, posters, email campaigns, events/seminar materials, illustration and web design.
The Sr.QA Engineer will drive the creation of a formal QA function to be integrated into IT application development and delivery. This will involve establishing QA standards and benchmarks, selection of QA tooling, defining the role of the QA function within IT projects, and leading its implementation. The Sr. QA Engineer will assume overall responsibility for overseeing and guiding QA activities on IT projects and application maintenance and enhancements.
Reports to Global Business Analysis Leader, with a dotted line to Director of Enterprise Applications
The Legal Executive Assistant (LEA) plays an integral role in providing administrative and assistant support to multiple attorneys in a fast paced environment. An LEA may be assigned to work with senior lawyers and associates or provide support to junior associates as a member of the Associate Resource Team (ART), in which support is provided in a team-based structure. This individual is personable, responsive and proactive with a strong work ethic. The position requires performing diversified and confidential duties to enhance attorneys’ productivity. The role hinges on broad and comprehensive experience, skill and knowledge of Firm policies and practices.
The Legal Recruiting Assistant supports the Legal Recruiting team and works with the Firm’s Recruiting Committee.
The Business Development Senior Manager will help develop the business development plans and strategies of the attorneys in the firm. S/he will help shape the strategic positioning for the firms various practices within the context of the Cleary brand. This includes supporting client relationship building initiatives, facilitating cross-selling opportunities among practice groups, tool development, and business opportunity generation. This position will support all lawyers, with responsibility for the Litigation, Financial Restructuring, Intellectual Property practice groups. This position involves working closely with attorneys and other members of the Global Business Development team in New York and in other offices.
The Senior Manager will also have managerial and mentoring responsibility for the Business Development team member(s) working with the practices s/he supports.
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 (or multiple offices). This includes engaging practice group leaders in developing the firm’s attorneys to their highest potential, partnering with the Diversity & 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.
As part of the Client Accounting team, this position will utilize systems to manage, implement, and maintain client negotiated rates, as well as assist in the RFP process of Client negotiated rate arrangements. This position will have exposure to multiple facets of Finance including Client Profitability, Reporting and Budgeting as well as Accounting Systems.
This individual will report to the HRIS Manager, and will be responsible for providing administrative support to the firm’s global HR systems. Support will include security administration/configuration, trouble shooting end-user issues, system upgrade testing and report creation.
To support the Practice Development Attorney – Private Funds with their activities and priorities in respect of practice development, business development, and client matters. Particular focus on maintaining and developing repositories of information on matters and coordination of related activities, as well as coordination of the Practice Funds group calendar of availability and group activities. Role will involve administrative tasks and substantive research and analysis, as well as interaction with senior members of the Firm.
The SharePoint Architect will function as a technical lead overseeing the architecture, design, development, and support of the Firm's SharePoint systems, including our intranet. The successful candidate will be able to elicit and analyze business processes and requirements from technical and non-technical teams and convert business requirements into system functionality. The architect will guide the development team to leverage the full potential of SharePoint in creating user-focused products and employing best practices and industry standards.
The Business Development Specialist will leverage his/her research, writing and analytical skills to support the firm in executing business development and marketing initiatives. This position involves working closely with attorneys and other members of the Global Business Development team.
The Business Development Senior Manager will help develop the business development plans and the strategies and tools to execute on the plans. S/he will help shape the strategic positioning for the practice(s) within the context of the Cleary brand. This includes supporting client relationship building initiatives, facilitating cross-selling opportunities with other practice groups and lead generation. This position will support the Latin American Practice Group. The Senior Manager will also have managerial and mentoring responsibility for the Business Development team member(s) working with the practices s/he supports. This position involves working closely with attorneys and other members of the Global Business Development team.