A boutique immigration law firm is seeking a talented receptionist/office manager to support partners and associates with a very busy practice and high-end clientele. We work with prominent individual clients, corporations, and agencies in the media, advertising, technology, film, television, design, and fashion industries. The ideal candidate will be very motivated, creative, inquisitive, upbeat, intelligent, proactive, detail-oriented, and eager to take on any task presented. The receptionist/office manager will perform receptionist duties and manage key aspects and operations for the office as well as provide support as necessary to the managing partner as well as assist attorneys with work visas and Green Cards. This position has opportunity for growth with the firm.
· 1 to 3 years of relevant work experience (not only internships), preferably in a fast-paced law firm or small office environment;
· Experience working with prominent creatives and/or small business leaders;
· Experience with assisting managing partners or business owners with all aspects of running a small business;
· Strong desire to work within the legal sector;
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills – including comprehending complex information and conveying it to another person;
· Superhuman attention to details and ability to take initiative;
· Proven experience juggling multiple tasks at the same time;
· Strong customer-service skills and ability to deal with demanding personalities;
· Bachelor’s degree; and
· Familiarity with immigration law a plus.
Please send your resume and cover letter to the attention of Paola Calero through the Handshake portal. In your cover letter, please also include a description of your favorite travel experience as well as salary requirements. Only applications that address the requests for information above will be considered.
COMPENSATION: 100% paid medical, flexible savings account, commuter benefit plan, 401(k), generous vacation package, and more.
NOTE: Phone inquiries will not be accepted and will disqualify candidates from consideration.