The Recruitment Coordinator will coordinate all non-partner recruiting functions for the office and ensure all candidates receive a world-class candidate experience throughout the recruitment and selection process. Will also provide additional support to student recruitment and campus recruitment efforts for other offices as requested.
Overall responsibilities
In cooperation with Recruitment Manager/Specialists, coordinate associate recruitment, business professional recruitment, summer program and On-Campus Interview Program (OCI) for designated office(s), with a focus on attracting and hiring diverse talent
Ensure coordination with the End-to-end (E2E) team across all service level requests to ensure support is seamless and provides high level candidate experience
Participate in one recruiting sub-workstream (e.g., Recruitment Data/Reporting or Recruitment Marketing/Social Media)
Law Student OCI Recruitment
Coordinate law student outreach initiatives under direction of OCI recruiting workstream lead
Arrange and coordinate law student on-campus interview schedules and ensure interviewers are confirmed
Execute call-back interview process, ensuring timely hiring decisions are made in conjunction with local recruiting committees
With E2E support, ensure all invoices (e.g., moving; candidate reimbursements, etc.) are processed
Active member of the office's local recruiting committee; work with Recruitment Managers/Specialists, NA Associate Recruiting to set meeting agendas
Lateral Associate Recruitment
In cooperation with Recruitment Managers/Specialists, develop relationships with local recruiting agencies and other industry organizations to promote the Firm
Coordinate sourcing to hire recruitment process, with support from E2E teams
Schedule and participate in routine check-ins with newly hired first year and lateral associates 
Summer Associate Program
Plan summer associate calendar, coordinate and execute summer events and activities; Attend all summer associate calendar events
Coordinate ongoing communications with summer associates prior to arrival, including: employment terms/conditions, travel arrangements, housing work assignments and mentor relationships
Develop and implement summer associate orientation and ensure their integration experience is of the highest quality and substance
Serve as a liaison with summer associates to address inquiries or other employment matters
Work with Recruiting Managers/Specialists and regional practice leadership to coordinate work assignments, secure performance feedback and assist in coordinating requisite training
Secure summer program feedback from summer associates and Firm members, recommend and enact approved changes to the program
Work with Recruiting Managers/Specialists and local Recruiting Committee to finalize hiring decisions and conducting follow-up administration
Provide summer program planning support for other offices as requested
Professional Business Services Recruitment
Support business professional hiring as requested
Additional Duties
Review recruiting budget monthly with Recruiting Managers/Specialist to maintain accuracy of charges
Volunteer to participate in a minimum of one recruiting project as it relates to the annual NA Recruiting Action Plan and the sub-workstream they are a member of
Participate in various recruiter organizations (e.g., City Group; NALP; Other) to increase personal networking, knowledge sharing and promotion of the Firm
Skills and Experience:
Some recruiting experience in a professional services organization and/or large law firm, preferably with multi-office and in support of a diverse base of legal practices
Developing skills in direct sourcing methodologies and delivery
Developing sophisticated written and oral communication, interpersonal and presentation skills
Able to work at a fast-pace, problem solve and deliver solutions against tight timelines, focusing on developing solid organizational skills
Able to bring good judgement and empathy to sensitive situations
Be an active member of various recruiter organizations (e.g., City Group; NALP, etc.)
Bachelor's degree or equivalent