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This position supports Alumni Relations and Career Services in engaging and leveraging a network of over 6,600 alumni worldwide.
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The Risk Analyst supports the Firm’s Risk Department in connection with in-house compliance and client-related research. This position is based in New York but is part of an international team.
The Business Development Specialist will leverage 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.
Assisting the Risk team globally in advising senior management, partners, legal and office staff on legal matters affecting the Firm, especially on-boarding new clients and matters in line with the Firm’s procedures with a focus on Anti Money Laundering and Conflicts. The role includes: the production and maintenance of policies in key areas; the implementation of internal risk processes; and the provision of relevant training. Responsible for advising on day to day AML and conflicts queries. Conducting client due diligence checks and providing first level analysis of reports for Conflict Check Requests relating to new business, Lateral Hires and Trade Report Requests Required to react to new and pressing situations and provide clear and commercial advice.
The Business Intelligence Manager is responsible for the daily operations of the firm’s Business Intelligence Team. This individual helps surface notable trends in the firm’s financial results and provides key stakeholders with meaningful information to help support and facilitate strategic business decisions.
Key relationships (in Finance):
Chief Financial Officer
Director of Financial Reporting & Analysis
Client Reporting Manager
Operational Reporting Manager
Accounting Systems Manager
Client Accounting Rates Manager / Client Accounting Managers
Other key relationships:
Chair, Finance and Billing Committee
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Information Officer
Director of Enterprise Applications
Senior members of Global Talent Team
Director of Business Development
Select Practice Development Lawyers
Global Research Lead
Cleary Gottlieb, a preeminent global law firm with 17 offices on four continents, recently launched ClearyX, an experimental platform focused on building alternative models of legal services. ClearyX builds unique combinations of technology, people and process to create efficient, high quality legal services and products to support the firm and its clients.
ClearyX is seeking a project manager to manage our design, implementation and ongoing management of various legal projects and services. This role will be full time remote, but may require occasional (but infrequent) travel for team or client meetings.
Cleary Gottlieb is looking for a Maintenance Technician with a minimum of five years of experience in corporate office maintenance or equivalent industry.
The Legal Recruiting Assistant supports the Legal Recruiting team and works with the Firm’s Recruiting Committee.
The New York office of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton is in search of a Recruiting Coordinator. The candidate will coordinate and assist in the execution of all legal recruiting efforts at the firm.
This position provides administrative and project support to the Manager of Lateral Associate Recruiting & Integration and the Manager of Lateral Partner & Counsel Recruiting. The Lateral Recruiting Assistant must demonstrate sound judgment, ensure confidentiality, and maintain a professional demeanor in all interactions with internal and external contacts on all levels.
The Business Development Assistant will leverage research, writing and analytical skills to support the firm’s Corporate practices in executing business development and marketing initiatives. The assistant will work closely with other members of the Global Business Development team to achieve Firm and office business development goals.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen and Hamilton is seeking an IT Trainer who draws on solid technical know-how, adult learning best practices, and a multitude of learning delivery methods while employing a consultative approach to ensure that legal and professional staff in the New York office receive comprehensive, effective, and timely technical training to enable them to productively use systems and applications that the Firm has developed, acquired, or customized.
As a member of the Global IT Learning team as well as the Americas IT Learning Team, the IT Trainer also partners with team colleagues across the Firm to develop and deliver value-add technical and IT-related learning experiences for the Firm at-large. Domestic and International travel may occasionally be required (likely frequency can be discussed as part of the recruitment process).
In addition to delivering core employee technical training for new hires, supplemented by job role-specific technical training, the IT Trainer works with legal and professional staff throughout their tenure at the Firm to identify opportunities to leverage software to maximize individual and work group productivity. The IT Trainer also works on projects related to the rollout of new software and technologies both locally and globally.
Reports to: Global IT Learning Manager
The Business Development Manager will leverage 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 Senior SharePoint Engineer will function as a technical lead involved 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. Will guide the development team to leverage the full potential of SharePoint in creating user-focused products and employing best practices and industry standards.
Reviewing conflict check reports prepared by the conflicts team, escalate possible business conflicts and identify and advise on ethical conflicts under the New York Rules of Professional Conduct, which the firm applies globally to all sixteen offices across the firm. Work directly with partners to clear conflicts, draft conflict waivers and prepare client engagement documentation as needed. Work closely with other members of the Risk team including small group of conflicts attorneys and risk analysts. Report to Assistant General Counsel (Conflicts).