Global law firm is looking to hire a Talent Development Coordinator in the New York office. The Talent Development Coordinator is responsible for the preparation and maintenance of various Talent Development matters.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Assisting with orientation and integration of all new and lateral associates and staff attorneys in the New York office.
Processing and managing pre-employment requirements (references, conflict checks, offer letters, etc.)
Coordinating paperwork for new and lateral associate and staff attorney hires (arrival notices, orientation schedules, orientation packets, personnel files, personnel authorization forms).
Acting as a liaison for new employees with other Firm departments (including Payroll, HR/Benefits, Office Administration and IT).
Supporting annual and mid-cycle associate and staff attorney evaluation and feedback processes.
Supporting the operation of the Foreign Attorney program.
Assisting in maintaining/auditing database of bar admissions and assisting with the bar admissions process as needed.
Tracking attorney leaves of absence, secondments, clerkships, etc.
Assisting with the coordination of visa-related matters.
Liaising with Talent Development colleagues (including Diversity & Inclusion) on data requests and analyses for internal and external purposes.
Supporting the callback interview process, including but not limited to scheduling, greeting and communicating with candidates.
Helping plan callback events and post-offer events.
Working with the team to plan campus outreach events including on-campus events designed to market the firm; partner with career services personnel and faculty to raise firm’s profile; interact with network of former A&P summer associates.
Assisting with the summer associate program planning, including but not limited to, planning events, coordinating summer associate arrival dates, pre-arrival communications, scheduling orientation and trainings, and facilitate the end of summer exit process.
Supporting various lateral recruiting initiatives such as the clerkship hiring and Tax LLM hiring processes.
Providing support to the Career Counselors.
Tracking/highlighting specifics in annual associate statements.
Supporting Career Development meetings (organize, track, follow up).
Four-year college degree preferred. Equivalent experience considered.
Minimum of two years of administrative experience in professional services, corporate or law firm environment.
Strong knowledge of MS Office.
viDesktop platform experience a plus.
Requires strong organizational skills, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, sound judgment, a professional demeanor and the ability to provide an excellent first impression of the Firm.
Must work well with all levels of Firm personnel, establish effective working relationships throughout the Firm and react to challenging situations appropriately.
Must be highly motivated, creative, flexible, adaptable to change and results-oriented.
Proficiency in handling a number of projects simultaneously.
Ability to manage time and prioritize workload effectively.
Flexibility to work additional hours, as necessary.
Salary commensurate with experience. Fabulous benefits!