HUMAN RESOURCES ASSISTANT - BG15
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
The Human Resources Department has an opening for a Human Resources Assistant in the Washington, D.C. Office. The responsibilities include but are not limited to processing FMLA payroll authorizations for staff and attorneys. Handling all the FMLA electronic filing and personnel electronic filing. Entering all non-employee worker information into Epicor. Processing staff employment verifications. Preparing new hire orientation schedules, reserving conference rooms, sending calendar invites, preparing new hire packets, giving the Firm tours and distributing the new hire forms for DC staff. Preparing the bi-weekly staff recruiting letters, printing resumes and scanning recruiting documents into the database. Assisting with Staff Appreciation Week and other events hosted by the HR department.
Minimum of one year of experience in an administrative support position. Experience in a law firm, corporate or professional environment preferred. Advanced proficiency using databases, MS Word and Excel. Familiarity with PowerPoint is a plus. A minimum typing speed of 50 wpm. Two-year college degree or equivalent experience. Ability to multitask and prioritize tasks, with a sense of urgency, while maintaining high attention to detail and accuracy. Excellent organization and communication skills in a fast-paced environment. Ability to demonstrate a high degree of trustworthiness in handling confidential and sensitive information. Must have strong client service skills.
Depending on experience.
10:30 am – 7:00 pm Monday - Friday
Flexibility to work additional shifts as needed.
ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR - BG11
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
Seeking a Pro Bono Administrative Coordinator to engage in a range of administrative activities to support the firm’s Pro Bono Program. This position is full-time and is resident in the
firm’s Washington office. Position offers an opportunity to support the Firms wide-ranging and award-winning pro bono program, through which the firm provides free legal representation to economically disadvantaged clients and in matters which expand access to and equity in our justice system. The successful candidate will be self-starting, resourceful, thrive on multi-tasking, and take pride in quality of work. Will collect and compile information in response to requests from pro bono referral organizations and other external stakeholders. Identify inefficiencies and recommend solutions; work to improve the administrative functions of the Pro Bono Program. Support development and coordination of volunteer recognition initiatives, including firmwide annual pro bono awards ceremony. Assist in planning and coordination of clinics, trainings, and other events. Ability to travel or work overtime as needed and approved. Perform other duties as necessary and as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience preferred. Minimum of two years of relevant work experience. Strong service orientation. Excellent written, oral communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to interact in a professional manner with internal and external stakeholders at all levels. Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise a high standard of judgment and discretion. Proven organizational skills, attention to detail, and the ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks efficiently in a fast-paced environment. Ability to work in a collegial team context, as well as to take initiative and work independently. Strong computer skills, including proficiency in Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook.
9:00 am – 5:30 pm