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Seeking a Human Resources Manager.  This position is responsible for firm-wide human resource functions, including resource planning, recruitment, performance evaluations, disciplinary procedures, benefits and employee relations.


• Provide managerial and administrative support to the Chief Human Resources Officer in the following areas:

• All human resource functions of the Firm, continuously evaluating current Firm policies & procedures, make recommendations for improvement.

• Firm recruiting, hiring, development and retention programs in compliance with state/federal regulations and recommended employment law practices.

• Determine staffing needs for the Firm; meet and maintain benchmarked staffing ratios and trends. Oversee non-exempt personnel including administrative assistants and other clerical staff to ensure that Firm expectations are being met.

• Oversee employee relations and resolution of employment conflicts.

• Work with Firm personnel to ensure the Firm’s compliance in handling requests for leaves of absence.

• Coordinate with Chief Human Resources Officer and Payroll and Benefits Coordinator regarding all Firm benefit plans, including 401(k)/Profit Sharing Plan.

• Ensure the Firm has updated standard job descriptions for support staff & ensure timely review of job descriptions & position specifications.

• Keep Firm Managing Partners and Chief Human Resources Officer informed of HR matters; assist with any reports and financial analysis as requested. Assist with integration of new attorneys.

• Additional responsibilities as assigned by the Chief Human Resources Officer or Firm Managing Partners.


• Bachelor’s degree in human resource management or related field, or a comparable level of training such as that which may be acquired through additional work experience. Prior law firm experience, SHRM-CP, SHRM-SCP, SPHR or PHR a plus.

• Approximately 4+ years of progressively responsible work experience with legal or other professional service organizations to gain the expertise needed to administer a professional HR system.

• Ability to identify & analyze complex issues, able to recommend and implement solutions to same.

• Interpersonal skills to communicate and maintain effective/professional relationships with partners, attorneys and staff.

• Broad knowledge of law firm services, policies and procedures.

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills, attention to detail essential.

• Working knowledge of computer software including Microsoft is necessary.



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