Job Details

Firm Administrator

Boly:Welch, Portland, Oregon

Job - Other

Salary Range: Up to $110K

Close Date: 08/27/2020

What Matters Most:
5-10+ years of law firm management experience
Proficiency in MS Office required; Experience with document management systems a plus
Experience in BigLaw preferred
High School diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor’s degree preferred
SHRM-SCP and SPHR a plus

Your New Role:
As the new Firm Administrator for this office, you’ll be a change agent and a bridge between the broader firm and local management, as well as the go-to for all office services staff. You’ll have a direct impact as you recruit, hire, and directly supervise all staff, consisting of legal assistants, paralegals, and staff. This means orientation, onboarding, retention, performance evaluations, and employee engagement. Additionally, you’ll be responsible for coordinating the benefits administration and compensation plan, including raises and bonuses. You’ll also be working on some financial, technology, and marketing activities to round out your experience. Ideal candidates have great communication skills that span both staff and management.

Your New Organization:
The Portland outpost of this national law firm consists of about 50 staff and attorneys practicing in medical malpractice, employment law, products liability, and much more. They split their time between work and play – birthday parties and bi-monthly ‘just because’ celebrations are the norm here! Don’t forget the annual holiday party! This role comes with a variety of perks including continuing education credit and an annual discretionary bonus. The benefits are amazing too – they’ll incentivize you with paid time off, medical, vision, and dental coverage, life and disability insurance, an employee assistance program, a cafeteria plan, and a 401(k).

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