Attorney Recruiting Manager
Job Details
Experienced
Denver Office - DENVER, CO
Full Time
4 Year Degree
Undisclosed
Negligible
Day
Management
Description

The Attorney Recruiting Manager works with the chair of the attorney recruiting committee and the Executive Director to develop and implement strategies and tactics to recruit, integrate, and retain top legal talent with outstanding academic records, litigation experience, and a passion for trial advocacy.

 

Duties:

  • Execute a targeted recruiting approach to identify and source desired attorney candidates, including coordinating with employment agencies or recruiters where necessary.
  • Utilize firm interview criteria for lateral candidates, clerks, and law students.
  • Conduct initial candidate screening, making recommendations on next steps (i.e. declining to pursue, scheduling interview, etc.)
  • Arrange interviews, coordinating schedules, accommodations, and travel where needed.
  • Manage an effective and organized recruiting plan for attorneys at all levels, including a summer clerk program.
  • Organize and coordinate fall and spring on campus interviews, coordinate follow up interviews as needed.
  • Assist human resources with attorney relocation and integration, post-offer.
  • Plan for and prepare annual recruiting program budget. Work with accounting staff to ensure proper budgetary accountability.
  • Experience with viDesktop recruiting platform preferred but not required.
Qualifications

Required Education and Experience

WTO’s Attorney Recruiting Manager embraces the firm’s culture and core values, including the principles of collegiality, diversity, tolerance, and respect for everyone.

 

  • Bachelor’s degree required; law degree or other relevant advanced degree desirable.
  • Five years of relevant experience in a professional environment that includes strategic planning; creative problem solving; development of policies, procedures, and programs; screening, evaluating, and recommending resumes and qualified candidates; knowledge of compensation and benefits practices. Previous law firm experience desirable but not required.
  • Strong analytical skills with the ability to assess current operational effectiveness and needs, propose improvements, and make and implement suggested enhancements.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills and the ability to easily and effectively interact with a variety of people.
  • Established professional network that demonstrates the ability to develop and nurture connections with referral sources and potential candidates.
  • Demonstrated ability to represent and promote a service or entity in person, in writing, and digitally.
  • Strong organizational skills to manage a high volume of work accurately and thoroughly.
  • Demonstrated ability to effect positive results in a similar previous position.
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