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Our New York office has an immediate opening for an Administrator, Talent Acquisition & Development. The Administrator, Talent Acquisition & Development leads all aspects of Talent Management initiatives including recruiting, development and career management programs for their local office.
Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to, the following:
•Build professional relationships throughout the assigned office and with Firmwide department leaders (i.e., Director of Business Operations, Office and Department Chairs); collaborate with and guide the local Talent Development and Talent Acquisition Chairs and committees; develop and maintain law school, search firm, and professional association relationships; collaborate with others to ensure success;
•Collaborate within the local office and with other departments to execute onboarding and integration plans of all new hires; manage notifications to Talent Services and local administrative managers regarding new hires' arrival, preparation of orientation schedules; collect and review all new hire paperwork; coordinate office transfers;
•Be accountable for staying on budget and being cost efficient;
•Strategize and collaborate to implement acquisition programs, initiatives and activities; lead associate on campus interviewing (OCI);
•Plan and execute a successful summer associate program ensuring quality learning and required acceptances;
•Plan, design and implement CLE and other learning and development programs, initiatives and activities; lead the execution of local performance management processes, programs and initiatives; promote a culture of coaching; support diversity initiatives and PHAN events as needed;
•Be attuned to local office morale and culture; apply judgment and initiate problem solving actions;
•Facilitate compliance programs, as needed;
•Utilize databases and systems; organize data, analyze trends, and develop and implement recommendations for achieving success;
•Work beyond scheduled hours and travel as required for programs, activities, and initiatives; and
•Handle additional related projects as assigned.