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Based in Denver, the Recruiting Coordinator will coordinate the Denver office’s legal recruitment efforts and offer office event and professional development support. This involves on-campus recruiting at law schools, the Summer Program, judicial clerk, and lateral attorney recruiting. The Recruiting Coordinator plays a critical role for the office and for the firm in supporting attorney talent acquisition.
The Recruiting Coordinator will report to the Chief Recruiting Officer and work closely with the Denver Hiring Partner, Partner-in-Charge, Diversity Committee and Hiring Committee, as well as the Denver Associate Director of Administration, and attorneys on the various other committees.
- Plan and manage the office’s overall recruitment efforts, including summer, new, and lateral associate recruiting.
- Play an integral role in the Denver office’s recruitment leadership and team.
- Assist in preparing and managing summer program planning (including budget, calendar of events) and collaborate with summer coordinators and hiring partner on execution, attending events.
- Assist in reviewing and selecting summer, new, and lateral candidates’ applications for consideration by Hiring Committee.
- Arrange and coordinate the on-campus interview logistics for the office’s assigned schools and firmwide interview teams, including any hospitality suites, receptions, dinners, or on-campus recruiting-related events.
- Direct all aspects of candidate visits and screening and callback interviews.
- Coordinate offer process and organize outreach and follow-up dinners and other events for lateral recruits and candidates from the office’s assigned schools.
- Plan and facilitate annual academic events and activities, including diversity-focused events and events planned in conjunction with student groups, for the office’s assigned schools.
- Work with legal search firms and agencies on lateral associate hiring.
- Prepare and track annual departmental budget and maintain proper recruiting records.
- Provide support for Associates Committee, Diversity Committee, Womens’ Committee, and Professional Development programs, including coordinating events, initiatives, and orientations.
- Provide support for local office events, including client development or alumni events.
- Attend the annual national Hiring Committee Spring Meeting and regional group meetings.