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CHIEF DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION OFFICER

General Statement of Duties and Purpose

The primary purpose of the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer is to increase value for the Firm and our clients by leveraging the power of a diverse and inclusive workforce.  The Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer (CDIO) position requires an experienced and dynamic individual who has a deep understanding of the complexity and multiple dimensions of diversity, inclusion, and equity, including – but not limited to – age, , culture, disability, ethnicity, gender, nationality, race, religion, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status.

General Responsibilities

  • Implement the strategic plan and review and refine overall vision for the Firm’s diversity and inclusion programs and initiatives, including establishing realistic goals and timetables and benchmarks for achievement for a 12-month, 3-year and 5-year time frame.
  • Educate the Firm and its partners, especially those in leadership positions, on the strategic plan, and all matters relating to diversity, equity and inclusion.
  • Establish a protocol of educating and engaging the partners and employees of the Firm.  Conduct or cause to be conducted mandatory training sessions for all Firm personnel concerning diversity and inclusion issues, whether in-person or online.
  • Remain current on industry trends and best practices with respect to building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workforce and determine which trends if any should be implemented.
  • Report to the Firm Chair on a monthly basis and the Executive Committee on a quarterly basis or as needed.
  • Work with Office Managing Partners, Department Chairs, Practice Group Leaders, Section Leaders, and the Women’s Initiative Committee to monitor and make adjustments as necessary to the Firm-wide mentoring and sponsorship programs that includes gender and race-specific and intersectionality initiatives to enhance retention and advancement of members in these groups.
  • Promote the Firm and its commitment to having a diverse and inclusive workforce, both internally and externally to the wider community at large.
  • Develop and maintain a prudent annual budget for diversity and inclusion matters and coordinate all related sponsorships and conference attendance for participating lawyers and staff.
  • Respond to all client-issued diversity surveys and questionnaires.
  • When necessary, provide input on client and potential client RFPs, and other client initiatives and requests concerning diversity and inclusion.
  • Collaborate with legal and staff recruiting departments to ensure that the Firm is utilizing effective practices to diversify the workforce.
  • Collaborate with administrative departments, including Professional Development, Marketing and Human Resources

Required Qualifications

  • Demonstrated leadership in the creation and delivery of Firm-wide and community-wide diversity, equity, inclusion and intercultural competency training programs.
  • Proven ability to work with sensitive and confidential information.
  • Strong leadership and an ability to cultivate a common vision and collaborative culture to achieve Firm D & I goals.
  • Experience in employing effective problem solving and leadership skills to bring about transformational change.
  • Demonstrated knowledge, skills, awareness of and demonstrated commitment to contemporary issues of inclusion, diversity, access, and equity.
  • Successful record of influence, community building, networking, and deploying effective programs for diversity and inclusion.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, through written as well as interpersonal and group communication skills, at all levels of the Firm, with senior administration, partners, attorneys, staff, and external constituents including alumni, clients and potential clients.
  • Experienced-based knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, regulations and guidelines related to affirmative action and civil rights enforcement.
  • A College degree is required and Juris Doctorate is preferred.

Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION GOVERNANCE (DALLAS)

General Statement of Duties:

The Director of Information Governance is responsible for Locke Lord’s Intake-Conflicts and Records Departments and Programs.  This is a strategic and tactical position.  The Director is required to continually evolve and improve Locke Lord’s Information Governance Program and manage daily operations in both departments.  This position must have excellent analytical skills and the ability to work in a fast-paced, demanding environment.  The position is team-oriented; however, the candidate must also have the ability to work independently, with minimum supervision, and possess strong communication skills.  This position carries a large amount of responsibility, and the candidate must illustrate an exceptional work ethic.

The Director of Information Governance is an essential part of the Firm’s Risk Mitigation program.  As such, the Director works closely with the Office of General Counsel.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the complete information lifecycle at Locke Lord for both administrative and client information and files.
  • Manage Intake-Conflicts and Records personnel located in multiple offices in a variety of different roles.Includes building a positive, productive work environment, and handling time-off requests, work schedules, performance coaching, and annual reviews.
  • Responsible for all components of the matter intake and conflicts process including but not limited to matter intake software, conflicts database, anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-client (KYC) requirements, and closing of matters and clients when appropriate.
  • Partner with the Office of General Counsel to ensure all AML and KYC requirements are met.
  • Manage all components of records management at Locke Lord LLP for both client and administrative files.
  • Work with Office of General Counsel to set policies related to information governance and execute on procedures to follow set policies.
  • Function as the champion for all information governance efforts and policies within the organization.Continuously communicate using formal and informal mechanisms, including presentations, throughout the organization on records best practice and information governance policies and procedures.
  • Travel as necessary to conduct training programs and offer presentations to ensure thorough firm-wide communication regarding the Firm’s information governance programs.
  • Serve as business owner for all intake-conflicts and records software applications used at Locke Lord LLP.
  • Enforces enterprise records & data policies, standards, practices and processes according to industry best practices.
  • Accountable for the quality of work produced by the team.
  • Continually grows the Firm’s information governance program in accordance with industry best practices.
  • Provides guidance to the Conflict Analysts on best practices for processing conflict checks as well as reviewing potential issues.Provides guidance to Records professionals on best practices for records management.
  • Responsible for the execution of the Firm’s records retention/destruction program.Requires reviewing files in iManage and the Records Management System (RMS) and processing for destruction.Communication with partners, the Office of General Counsel, and other stakeholders is required to be successful.
  • Accountable for Locke Lord’s vendor vetting program.
  • Responsible for Locke Lord’s litigation hold and file transfer policies and procedures, and subpoena responses, working closely with the Office of General Counsel.
  • Maintain regular schedule for reviewing and closing clients and matters as appropriate.
  • Provide Chief of Practice Support with annual, quarterly, monthly, and weekly reports that demonstrate strategic and efficient management of assigned departments.
  • Partner with department managers, directors, and chiefs to ensure appropriate handling of administrative physical and digital files.
  • Create firm-wide information governance policy.Work throughout the organization to ensure policy compliance.
  • Responsible for ethical wall software application which includes working with Office of General Counsel on which walls should be configured and managing walls under the Office’s direction.
  • Responsible for records maintenance in advance of, during, and after office moves and renovations.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required; Master’s degree in related field preferred
  • 7+ years’ experience in records management, information governance, and/or intake-conflicts
  • ICRM Certified Records Manager required
  • Expert in conflict clearance procedures and due diligence databases
  • Passion for information management and data quality
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to partner across departments within an organization
  • Experience with LegalKey, FileTrial, and Intapp Open software solutions preferred
  • Display meticulous attention to detail and follow through
  • Ability to gather and analyze data and work with figures
  • Solid judgement along with excellent decision making skills
  • Perform tasks with high degree of accuracy
  • Ability to work with very little direct instruction on every day job tasks
  • Display a high degree of maturity and professionalism at all times
  • Ability to manage decentralized and diverse staff
  • Demonstrate the ability to work effectively with all levels of the organization, approaching every interaction with professionalism and reason
  • Ability to work on confidential or sensitive matters with discretion and tact
  • Ability to instill confidence in partners and Firm leadership

Additional Information:

Supervisory Responsibility – None.

Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This is a full-time exempt position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Evening and weekend will be required as job duties demand. 

Work Area Type: Interior Office.

Travel – Some travel will be required.

Must be able to routinely retrieve and distribute files, written documentation, office supplies, boxes and equipment weighing up to 40 lbs. and to retrieve/replace files/boxes from shelves of up to eight feet high.

Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


LEGAL SECRETARY - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY/LITIGATION (HOUSTON)

General Statement of Duties:

The Legal Secretary is responsible for all aspects of practice-specific administrative support of ‎attorneys in the Intellectual Property (IP) and Litigation Departments. The focus of this position ‎will be to support the IP practice, but supporting the Litigation practice as needed is expected.‎

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Provide secretarial support to assigned attorney(s), which may include drafting and revising ‎documents, answering phones, scheduling appointments, managing calendars, and/or ‎opening and distributing mail.‎
  • Professionally handle confidential, privileged, and sensitive information, and ensure that day-‎to-day support for attorneys runs smoothly and effectively.‎
  • Prepare, revise, and distribute reporting letters, legal documents such as Declaration and Power ‎of Attorney forms and Assignments, correspondence, memos, and reports.‎
  • Handle all aspects of domestic and international patent and trademark prosecution, including ‎review of attorneys’ dockets to ensure proper docketing while maintaining and meeting all ‎due dates.‎
  • Prepare and file (including electronically with USPTO) US Patent Applications, Provisional ‎Applications, Non-Provisional Applications, Continuation Applications, Continuation-In-‎Part Applications, National Stage Applications, and Divisional Applications documents.‎
  • Research patent and trademark information using WIPO and USPTO websites.‎
  • Assist attorneys with patent interference work and inter party proceedings with the USPTO ‎Patent Trial and Appeal Board.‎
  • Assist attorneys with trademark appeals, oppositions, and cancellation proceedings with the ‎USPTO Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.‎
  • Assist attorneys with monitoring of IP docket for trademark maintenance deadlines and ‎preparation of client advisory and reminder drafts concerning same.‎
  • Prepare and file Preliminary Amendments, Responses to USPTO Office Actions, Notice to ‎Respond to Missing Parts, Assignments, Information Disclosure Statements, and Notice of ‎Allowance documents.‎
  • Prepare and file (including electronically with the USPTO) US and Texas trademark applications ‎as well as responses to office actions, statements of use, declarations of incontestability and ‎renewal applications.‎
  • Download foreign patents and publications as needed to prepare Information Disclosure ‎Statements.‎
  • Maintain a soft docket of due dates that correlates to the daily docket for attorneys.‎
  • Assist with preparation of pleadings for filing and serving (electronically or non-electronically); ‎file and serve documents; prepare hearing and deposition binders and materials; assist with ‎other trial preparation projects, including discovery, hearing, and trial-related tasks.‎
  • Open, maintain, and close matter files, which may include: having a basic understanding of ‎organizational structure so as to effectively process conflicts checks; preparing, revising, ‎and transmitting engagement and disengagement letters; sending and retrieving documents ‎and files to and from Records using LegalKey; and maintaining electronic file organization ‎on Firm’s database.‎
  • Record, revise, and submit attorneys’ timesheets in DTE.‎
  • Address billing matters, including: working with accounting department for monthly ‎preparation and distribution of invoices; preparing billing status letters to clients; and ‎communicating with clients on billing matters.‎
  • Answer telephone calls, handle routine inquiries for internal and external contacts, transfer or ‎direct callers to appropriate contacts as needed, relay messages in the most effective and ‎timely manner, and take thorough messages when needed.‎
  • Exhibit sound judgment, maintain a courteous and service-driven demeanor, provide a high ‎level of service, and display a helpful, proactive, and professional manner when interacting ‎with clients, opposing counsel, other parties, attorneys, staff, and any other contacts. ‎Support and cultivate these standards.‎
  • Maintain attorneys’ calendars and contact lists as requested, which may include: arranging all ‎aspects of internal and external client meetings and conferences; staying apprised of events ‎or deadlines on calendars; and actively communicating changes or reminders as needed.‎
  • Coordinate all business-related travel arrangements, including submitting all business-related ‎expenses for reimbursement on behalf of the attorneys.‎
  • Maintain familiarity with legal terminology, federal and state agency rules, electronic filing ‎protocols, and basic legal procedure.‎
  • Operate standard office hardware (including computers, photocopiers, printers, and scanners) ‎and software to effectively and efficiently perform job duties. This includes: scanning and ‎revising documents using hardware and software; and converting and formatting ‎documents between and among software applications.‎
  • Display initiative in learning new skills and in expanding existing skills through self-directed ‎development and Firm-sponsored training programs, and in sharing knowledge with others in the ‎Firm.‎
  • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned.

Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or Paralegal Certificate required.‎
  • ‎5+ years of experience supporting attorneys in IP (Patents / Trademarks / Litigation).‎
  • Must have experience filing US Patent applications, US Trademark applications and related ‎forms online, and handling all aspects of domestic and international prosecution for ‎patents and trademarks.‎
  • Experience supporting attorneys in commercial litigation strongly preferred.‎
  • Strong skills with document preparation (styles, formatting, etc.), familiarity with docketing ‎databases (CPI), EFS, IPDAS, and document management databases (FileSite/DeskSite).‎
  • Keyboarding skills of at least 65 wpm.‎
  • Advanced skills in MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.‎
  • Effective oral and written communication skills.‎
  • Ability to communicate effectively with attorneys, management, and support staff, including ‎acting as a liaison between and among internal departments and outside agencies.‎
  • Able to work within in a team environment as well as independently.‎
  • Must be available to work overtime when requested and/or needed.‎
  • Use initiative and creativity to research solutions to, then solve, problems.‎
  • Be proactive and able to anticipate the needs of the attorneys.‎
  • Have a strong work ethic; must be able to work under time constraints and multi-task projects ‎to meet deadlines and conflicting demands.‎
  • Effectively handle numerous tasks and a high-volume workload.‎
  • Comply with COVID-19-related procedures.‎

Additional Information:

Supervisory Responsibility – This position has no direct supervisory responsibilities‎.‎

Work Environment – This position operates in a professional office environment‎.‎

Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to ‎‎5:00 p.m., with one hour for lunch. Evening, weekend, and overtime work may be required as ‎job duties demand.‎

Travel – Little to no travel is expected for this position.

Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


PURCHASING SPECIALIST (DALLAS)

General Statement of Duties:

The Purchasing Specialist will provide day to day support to the Purchasing Department and will work closely with suppliers, vendors, and all departments within the Firm.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Review contract renewals and renewal payments, compare to contracts in Contract Database, and obtain renewal proposals or invoices from vendor.
  • Coordinate and circulate all contracts and renewals that require approvals.
  • Input contracts and supporting information in Contract Database.
  • Responsible for maintaining the Contract Database.
  • When contracts are approved and completed, return agreement to requester to coordinate with vendor; Update Contract Log with completion status.
  • Conduct research and report findings related to Firm purchasing tasks (i.e. sourcing supplies or researching potential vendors).
  • Process Purchase Orders and obtain necessary approvals.
  • Process Firm invoices for payment.
  • Make payments for supplies and services with Firm credit card as required.
  • Provide cross training within the Purchasing Department, as needed.
  • Assist the Department with other projects, duties, and tasks as assigned.
  • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned.

Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business required.
  • 5+ years of experience as a Purchasing Specialist in a professional services environment preferred.
  • Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM) Certification or equivalent (i.e. CPIM CPP, CPPM) .
  • Exceptional customer service skills and attention to detail with the ability to multi-task.
  • Must be extremely detail-oriented, highly organized, and a hands-on professional with the ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Advanced skills in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.Knowledge of Word 2010 and MS Outlook.
  • Experience working with databases and electronic workflows a plus.
  • Must have strong written and verbal communication skills with all levels of personnel (ie. Internal and external vendors/clients).
  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced office environment.
  • Diplomacy, confidentiality and flexibility in response to changing priorities are essential.
  • Team player willing to assist colleagues and others within the organization.

Additional Information:

Supervisory Responsibility – No supervisory responsibility.

Work Environment – This position operates in a professional office environment.

Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This is a full-time exempt position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.

Travel – Little to no travel is expected for this position.

Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


LEGAL SECRETARY – PUBLIC FINANCE (BOSTON)

General Statement of Duties:

The Legal Secretary – Public Finance performs a broad range of secretarial and administrative support functions for several attorneys in the assigned practice area.  The Public Finance attorneys are Government Obligations (G.O.)/Bond Counsel to cities, towns, and various districts in Massachusetts and throughout New England.  The Legal Secretary assists attorneys with duties that include, but are not limited to: typing and editing documents, answering phones, scheduling appointments, managing calendars, and other administrative support duties. This position provides calendar management support for assigned attorneys and may consistently interact with clients via the phone or in person.  This position organizes and maintains all files and documents relating to practice and administrative matters in accordance with attorney preferences and Firm guidelines.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Provide general secretarial support to assigned attorney(s) which may include typing and drafting documents, answering phones, scheduling appointments, calendar management, dictation, opening and distributing mail. Deals with sensitive, confidential information and ensures that day to day support for team runs smoothly and effectively.
  • Prepare legal documents, correspondence, memos, letters and reports. Assist with drafting and preparing documents such as petitions, motions and interrogatories. Establish and maintains files and enters data into a case management system.
  • Assist in preparing written and oral presentations.
  • Organize, summarize and index documents. Send and retrieve documents from the Records Department as needed and follows work flow procedures as it relates to opening/closing matters and generating engagement/disengagement letters.
  • Assemble signature page packages, compile transcripts, and saving saves back-ups for client files. Assist in preparation of closing transcripts (hard copies and PDF). Utilize electronic version of IRS, and tax returns needed for bonds or notes. Assemble signature page packages, compiles transcripts, and saves back-ups for client files. Maintain and updates form files.Utilizes mail merges to prepare bonds. Open, maintain, and close matter files, which may include: having a basic understanding of organizational structure so as to effectively process conflicts checks; preparing, revising, and transmitting engagement and disengagement letters; sending and retrieving documents and files to and from Records using LegalKey; and maintaining electronic file organization on Firm’s database.Ensures filing is done on a consistent basis.
  • Cull needed information from documents, i.e., Preliminary Official Statements (POS) and Final Official Statements (FOS) to be inserted into various form documents for closing packages.
  • Prepare electronic filings: POS and related documents downloaded from various sites; saved to relevant client/matter numbers. Downloads POS and OS from various sites, maintenance of filings/e-mails for Massachusetts Clean Water Trust.
  • Records, revises, and submits attorneys’ timesheets in DTE.
  • Address billing matters, including: working with accounting department for monthly preparation and distribution of invoices; preparing billing status letters to clients; and communicating with clients on billing matters.
  • Answer telephone calls, handle routine inquiries for internal and external contacts, transfer or direct callers to appropriate contacts as needed, relay messages in the most effective and timely manner, and take thorough messages when needed.
  • Exhibit sound judgment, maintain a courteous and service-driven demeanor, provide a high level of service, and display a helpful, proactive, and professional manner when interacting with clients, opposing counsel, other parties, attorneys, staff, and any other contacts.Support and cultivate these standards.
  • Maintain attorneys’ calendars and contact lists as requested, which may include: arranging all aspects of internal and external client meetings and conferences; staying apprised of events or deadlines on calendars; and actively communicating changes or reminders as needed.Maintain contact lists for G.O. Municipal contacts and G.O. contacts.
  • Coordinate all business-related travel arrangements, including submitting all business-related expenses for reimbursement on behalf of the attorneys as needed.
  • Maintain familiarity with legal terminology, federal and state agency rules, electronic filing protocols, and basic legal procedure.
  • Operate standard office hardware (including computers, photocopiers, printers, and scanners) and software to effectively and efficiently perform job duties. This includes: scanning and revising documents using hardware and software; and converting and formatting documents between and among software applications.
  • Display initiative in learning new skills and in expanding existing skills through self-directed development and Firm-sponsored training programs, and in sharing knowledge with others in the Firm.
  • Perform word processing duties as required.
  • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree required.
  • 3+ years of legal administrative or secretarial experience in a fast paced organization.
  • Excellent computer skills and intermediate to advanced proficiency with word processing, spreadsheets, Internet, presentation and time and billing software.
  • Advanced skills in MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint is required. Prior experience with Elite preferred.
  • Typing speed of 65 WPM or more with a high degree of accuracy.
  • Ability to balance customer service while delivering high results and productivity.
  • Effective oral and written communication skills with strong knowledge of grammar, spelling, punctuation and legal terminology.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with attorneys, management, and support staff, including acting as a liaison between and among internal departments and outside agencies.
  • Ability to work within in a team environment as well as independently.
  • Must be available to work overtime when requested and/or needed.
  • Use initiative and creativity to research solutions to, then solve, problems.
  • Be proactive and able to anticipate the needs of the attorneys.
  • Have a strong work ethic; be able to work under time constraints and multi-task projects to meet deadlines and conflicting demands.
  • Effectively handle numerous tasks and a high-volume workload.

  • Additional Information:

    Supervisory Responsibility – No supervisory responsibility.

    Work Environment – This position operates in a professional office environment.

    Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.

    Travel – Little to no travel is expected for this position.

    Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


    FILE TRANSFER COORDINATOR (DALLAS)

    General Statement of Duties:

    The File Transfer Coordinator is responsible for managing all aspects of records management associated with mitigating risk and maintaining legal and ethical compliance including, but not limited to, client file transfers (incoming and outgoing), subpoena responses (Firm), litigation holds and general ESI collections. This position collaborates with the General Counsel’s Office and the Legal Department Operations Managers to obtain approvals and coordinate risk & compliance tasks.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Execute defined procedures to ensure compliance with records management policies and procedures according to established Firm standards.
    • Maintain a thorough working and training knowledge of the records management system and its functionality.
    • Describe procedures and standards to others; interprets instructions; maintains documentation of procedures.
    • Using the Firm’s records management system, performs all day-to-day tasks associated with file creation, circulation, maintenance, storage and final disposition of physical files.
    • Coordinate daily work tasks as required.
    • Track and maintain records of client authorizations required for the transfer of records.
    • Coordinate the transfer of electronic data using secure methods.
    • Identify, organize and export client/matter workspaces from the document management system, email files, files in shared drives and litigation support databases.
    • Serve as the primary contact for the receiving or prior law firm and/or attorney or client regarding status, questions and encryptions/passwords for client transfer data.
    • Review incoming electronic content to mitigate risk of conflicting client materials.
    • Assist in responding to subpoenas issued to the Firm by locating electronic and physical files for collection and processing.
    • Work with IT and other Firm departments to address any issues regarding collection and transfer of ESI.
    • Provide advice, technical consultation, and guidance by analyzing and resolving problems and evaluating established methods of data collection.
    • Coordinate the application and maintenance of litigation holds.
    • Coordinate collection/receipt of physical files with the Records staff for all transfers, subpoena responses and litigation holds.
    • Process vendor invoices as needed.
    • Train and support Firm administrative staff in the use of FileTrail records management software.
    • Train and support Records staff.
    • Conduct new hire orientations for attorneys and other firm personnel as assigned.
    • Work closely with the Director of Information Governance to design and implement Records Dept. solutions, processes and procedures.
    • Respond to attorney, secretary, paralegal, and team member questions and concerns.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Education & Experience:

    • Bachelor’s Degree is required.
    • Minimum 5+ years of records management experience, preferably in a law firm, is required.
    • Certified Records Manager (CRM) preferred; Certified Records Analyst (CRA) required.
    • Working knowledge of records management principles and best practices.
    • Ability to work independently, with minimum supervision.
    • Demonstrated aptitude for problem-solving, attention to detail, and managing issues to satisfactory closure.
    • Proven resilience and adaptability in a fast-paced work environment.
    • Excellent analytical, organizational, interpersonal, communications (both oral and written) and customer service skills with the ability to interact effectively with all levels of Firm personnel.
    • Team-oriented with the ability to work independently, with minimal guidance, and possess strong technical skills.
    • Exercises excellent judgment and discretion with an exceptional work ethic.
    • Solid working knowledge of Microsoft Office, Outlook, and FileTrail (or similar records management software).Advanced searching capabilities in Outlook, PST files and iManage (DeskSite, FileSite), Prosperoware (Milan - DMS import/export tool), Evault (archived email), SharePoint (or similar file collaboration software), FTP (FileZilla, ShareFile, Box etc), WinRAR.
    • Must be able to routinely retrieve and distribute files, boxes and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds; operate carts or other similar device; retrieve/replace files/boxes from shelves of up to eight feet high.

    Additional Information:

    Supervisory Responsibility – This position does not have any direct reports.

    Work Environment – This position operates in a professional office environment.

    Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This is a full-time position.  Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., with one hour for lunch.  Evening, weekend, and overtime work may be required as job duties demand.

    Travel –Travel is not expected for this position.

    Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


    LEGAL SECRETARY - CORPORATE AND REAL ESTATE (CHICAGO)

    General Statement of Duties:

    The Chicago office of Locke Lord LLP has an immediate opening for a Legal Secretary. This position provides all aspects of administrative support to attorneys within the corporate, real estate and transactional department.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Provide secretarial support to assigned attorneys which may include typing, drafting documents, answering phones, scheduling appointments, calendar management, dictation, opening and distributing mail.
    • Assist with clerical support of corporate and real estate transactional matters, including drafting and preparing documents such as correspondence, reports, contracts, agreements, consents, proxy statements, corporate certificates, acquisitions and dispositions, financings and joint ventures, leases, closing statements, signature pages, promissory notes, deeds, etc.
    • Handle sensitive and confidential information and ensures that day-to-day support for team runs smoothly and effectively.
    • Follow workflow procedures as they relate to opening/closing matters and generating engagement/disengagement letters.
    • Answer phone, handle routine inquiries for both internal and external contacts; refers calls to other contacts as needed and takes thorough messages.
    • Enter, edit, and submit timesheets through time and billing system.
    • Maintain attorneys’ calendars and contact lists as requested. Arrange all aspects of both internal and external client meetings and conferences. Stay apprised of calendars and actively communicates changes or reminders as needed.
    • Coordinate all business-related travel arrangements for attorneys. Submit all business-related expenses for reimbursement on behalf of assigned attorneys.
    • Send and retrieve documents from Records as needed; prepare files for offsite storage.
    • Use initiative and creativity to solve problems and research information to advance matters.
    • Exhibit strong communication skills, both written and verbal.
    • Maintain a courteous and service driven demeanor at all times.
    • Take initiative to build on existing skills through both self-directed development, as well as Firm sponsored training programs. Shows willingness to share knowledge with others in the Firm.
    • Ensure a high level of service when interacting with clients, co-counsel, opposing counsel, and other related internal and external contacts.
    • Maintain discretion and sound judgment when interacting with others both external and internal to the Firm.
    • Support and cultivates service standards as expected by the Firm.
    • Operate standard office equipment such as computers, photocopiers, calculators, and uses required software applications to effectively perform job duties. Scans and cleans up documents utilizing scan software. Convert and format documents from other software applications.
    • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned.

    Education & Experience:

    • 3+ years of experience.
    • Associates Degree Required.
    • Bachelors’ Degree Preferred.
    • Must have prior experience supporting Corporate, Real Estate or Transactional attorneys.
    • Keyboarding skills of at least 65 wpm.
    • Advanced skills in MS Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.
    • Effective oral and written communication skills.

    Additional Information:

    Supervisory Responsibility – This position has no direct supervisory responsibilities.

    Work Environment – This position operates in a professional office environment.

    Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.

    Travel – Little to no travel is expected for this position.

    Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


    LITIGATION PRACTICE COORDINATOR (NEW YORK)

    General Statement of Duties:

    Locke Lord LLP has an immediate opening for a Litigation Practice Coordinator in its New York office.  This position will support various litigation partners in the New York office in their business development activities geared towards growing their client bases and generating new business opportunities.  The candidate will be charged with taking feedback from client meetings and events, and using that information to generate follow-up events and opportunities, as well as building a knowledge base of contacts and leads.  This position requires creativity, initiative, and the ability work confidently with a diverse array of professionals.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for conducting research on potential and existing clients.
    • Maintain a database of clients' preferences and hobbies, in order to best design events suited to each individual.
    • Assist in the planning and design of client development events tailored to invitees.
    • Research event locations and activities.
    • Assist in the billing functions, including review and suggested revisions to proformas, liaise with billing coordinators and client service representatives to keep billing and receivables on track.
    • Administrative functions relating to client development activities, include processing of invoices and expense reports.
    • Ability to foster relationships with internal and external clients.
    • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned.

    Education & Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Marketing.
    • 2+ years of prior experience in an administrative and/or marketing role.
    • Ability to maintain and improve marketing databases.
    • Strong work ethic and service orientated approach.
    • Strong proofreading and computer skills including knowledge of Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
    • Commitment to professional growth and development.
    • Ability to follow instructions, prioritize and manage workload, work independently and as a member of teams, and complete tasks under time pressure as necessary.
    • Poise, tact and professionalism when interacting with internal and external contacts.
    • Ability to work collaboratively as a member of a team with a positive, ‘can-do’ attitude.

    Additional Information:

    Supervisory Responsibility – No supervisory responsibility.

    Work Environment – This position operates in a professional office environment.

    Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This is a full-time position.  Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Occasional overtime may be required as job duties demand.

    Travel – Little to no travel is expected for this position.

    Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


    LEGAL SECRETARY - CORPORATE/LITIGATION (AUSTIN)

    General Statement of Duties:

    The Austin Office of Locke Lord LLP has an immediate opening for a Legal Secretary. This position provides all aspects of administrative support to attorneys within the department.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Provide secretarial support to assigned attorney(s) with accuracy and timeliness, strong typing skills and the ability to red-line and draft documents.
    • Work with sensitive, confidential information and ensure that day-to-day support for the team runs smoothly and efficiently.
    • Prepare, format and edit legal documents, contracts, discovery requests and responses, correspondence, memos, letters, reports, litigation and regulatory related forms.
    • Submit electronic filings, timely and efficiently, through various electronic court systems along with short calendar markings as needed.
    • Assist with drafting and preparing documents such as audit responses, table of contents, and Minutes for Board of Directors.
    • Establish and maintain files and enter data into spreadsheets.
    • Send and retrieve documents from court judicial websites or pacer as needed and follow work flow procedures as it relates to opening/closing matters and generating engagement/disengagement letters.
    • Answer phones and handle routine inquiries for internal and external contacts; refer calls to other contacts as needed and take thorough messages.
    • Maintain a courteous and service driven demeanor at all times.
    • Maintain attorney calendar(s) and contact lists as requested.
    • Arrange internal and external client meetings and conferences. Stay apprised of calendars and actively communicate changes or reminders as needed.
    • Coordinate all business-related travel arrangements for direct report attorneys and submit all business-related expenses for reimbursement on behalf of the attorney(s).
    • Maintain familiarity with legal terminology, working knowledge of applicable basic legal procedure and law firm document protocol. Ensure a high level of service when interacting with clients, and other related internal and external contacts.
    • Maintain discretion and sound judgment when interacting with internal and external clients.
    • Maintain a helpful, proactive and professional manner when interacting with internal and external clients. Support and cultivate service standards as expected by the Firm.
    • Operate standard office equipment such as computers, photocopiers, calculators, and use required software applications to effectively perform job duties.
    • Scan and clean up documents utilizing scanner equipment and software. Convert and format documents from other software applications.
    • Record, edit, and submit timesheets through DTE time and billing system; proofread and oversee paperless proformas, transfers.
    • Coordinate and oversee attorney billing; work with the billing coordinator to format and send monthly bills to clients.
    • Take initiative to build on existing skills through both self-directed development, as well asFirm sponsored training programs. Willingness to share knowledge with others in the Firm.
    • Take initiative to creatively solve problems and research information to advance matters.
    • Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

    Education & Experience:

    • Bachelor's Degree required.
    • 3+ years of legal administrative or secretarial experience in a fast paced organization.
    • Prior experience supporting Corporate Transactional and Litigation attorney(s) preferred.
    • Keyboarding skills of at least 65 wpm.
    • Advanced skills in MS Office Suite Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint, DTE, Elite or similar systems.
    • Knowledge of legal document formats.
    • Demonstrated ability to balance customer service while delivering high results and productivity.
    • Effective oral and writing communication skills with strong knowledge of grammar, spelling and punctuation.
    • Demonstrated flexibility and the ability to handle complex, multiple tasks for individuals with different work styles.
    • Ability to change priorities while maintaining strong organization and attention to detail.
    • Must be a team player, support others and take on additional responsibilities as needed.
    • Organize and prioritize assignments to assist the department with meeting standards and exceeding goals.
    • Maintain current knowledge of trends and developments affecting the area of specialization.
    • Uses innovative thinking, collaboration, and exercise sound judgment to achieve results.

    Additional Information:

    Supervisory Responsibility – This position has no direct supervisory responsibilities.

    Work Environment – This position operates in a professional office environment.

    Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.

    Travel – Little to no travel is expected for this position.

    Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


    FILE CLERK (SAN FRANCISCO)

    General Statement of Duties:

    The San Francisco office of Locke Lord LLP has an immediate opening for a part-time File Clerk. The primary duties and responsibilities of this position will be to maintain client files within the office.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Assist the attorneys, paralegals, and secretaries with office filing needs. This includes handling confidential client files.
    • Open and distribute mail, scan mail and other documents to recipients.
    • Print and scan documents as needed.
    • Create labels and send Fed Ex packages.
    • Test conference room and other IT equipment on a weekly basis.
    • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned.

    Education & Experience:

    • Interest in working in professional services/law firm environment.
    • Strong attention to detail and ability to complete tasks in a timely and accurate manner.
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality and discretion.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Kofax Power PDF or Adobe.
    • Good communication and time management skills.

    Additional Information:

    Supervisory Responsibility – No supervisory responsibility.

    Work Environment – This position operates in a professional office environment.

    Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This is a part-time role with approximately 15 – 20 hours a week.

    Travel – Little to no travel is expected for this position.

    Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


    SECURITY ENGINEER (CHICAGO)

    General Statement of Duties:

    The Chicago office of Locke Lord LLP has an immediate opening for a Security Engineer. The Security Engineer will be responsible for security architecture, design and engineering that meet all security and privacy requirements and compliance initiatives.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Perform Subject Matter Expert (SME) duties for enterprise network security architecture and design engineering deliverables across a hybrid mix of enterprise and business class systems.
    • Deliver high availability (99.9%) of security systems across the enterprise with an emphasis on minimizing downtime associated with intrusions and other malicious activity.
    • Assist in the development of a network infrastructure security roadmap and overall security strategy for the Firm.
    • Assist in the design and delivery of disaster recovery and incident response plans that meet compliance related recovery objectives.
    • Administer, maintain and monitor security systems including but not limited to firewalls, email and web security systems.
    • Install computer security software, conduct regular security audits, prepare security status reports, create security documentation, and assist in disaster recovery and evidence gathering regarding cyber incidents.
    • Monitor and analyze network traffic patterns, log and event correlation, wire sniffing, and activity monitoring as needed.
    • Perform other tasks and duties as assigned.
    • After hours support as needed.

    Education & Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in a technical discipline is required.
    • 5+ years of experience in networking and security is required.
    • CCNP-Security or CISSP certification required.
    • Both CCNP-Security and CISSP certifications required within 12 months of start date.
    • CISM or CISA is preferred but not required.
    • Experience and technical knowledge in security engineering, security troubleshooting, system and network security, authentication and security protocols, cryptography, and application security.
    • Experience with the installation, configuration, monitoring, and response of network security equipment including Cisco FMC, FTD, IPS/IDS, routers, switches.
    • Experience in network security features including ACLs, VPN, L2VPN, L3VPN, IPSEC, GRE, 802.1x within a Cisco platform.
    • Experience with Cisco products used in security including Web Security (Umbrella), Email Security Appliance (ESA), Identity Services Engine (ISE), Advanced Malware Protection (AMP), Wireless LAN Controller (WLC).
    • Experience with Okta Single Sign-On (SAML) and Multi-Factor Authentication.
    • Experience with encryption standards such as AES, SSL, TLS.
    • Experience with SIEM systems.
    • Experience with network and web related protocols (e.g. TCP, UDP, ICMP, IPSEC, HTTP, HTTPS).
    • Experience with enterprise switching/routing and protocols including OSPF, BGP, EIRGP, HSRP and MPLS/VPLS.
    • Experience with Windows and Linux servers.
    • Design and operational experience in an enterprise class environment.
    • Experience in application and design of security for multiple hardware and software platforms layers including intranets and extranets.
    • Experience with incident management and threat remediation including threat analysis, isolation, identification, eradication.
    • Creative problem definition and solving abilities.
    • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
    • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to work as a team member and interact with colleagues and firm personnel professionally.
    • Ability to handle multiple complex, long term projects simultaneously.
    • Disaster Recovery planning, administration, and maintenance experience is preferred but not required.
    • Understanding of ISO 27001/27701, HIPPA, PII and PCI security principles is a plus.;

    Additional Information:

    Supervisory Responsibility – This position does not have any direct reports.

    Work Environment – This position operates in a professional office environment.

    Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This position is exempt for purposes of federal wage-hour law and not eligible for overtime compensation. The core onsite hours for the Chicago office are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. However, as this is an exempt position, additional hours are required as necessary to meet the demands of this position.

    Travel – Little to no travel is expected for this position.

    Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


    BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL ANALYST (DALLAS)

    General Statement of Duties:

    The Business and Financial Analyst position is accountable for financial reporting deliverables and providing reports and analysis to senior management and the executive committee. This position is under the supervision of the Operations Controller and is expected to provide leadership in the areas of budget and financial analysis identifying areas for improvement and taking initiative to implement and manage processes to support the firm’s growth.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Research and data collection of detail business information to fulfill assignments leveraging firm tools, databases, and internal points of contact.
    • Maintain dynamic worksheets, reports and processes to efficiently accumulate and report relevant Firm data in a documented, repeatable fashion
    • Maintain reporting calendar with due dates, ownership and tracking of deliverables to completion
    • Point of contact with IT and other departments to provide relevant information to interface with Firm reporting tools.
    • Liaise with the development team and understand information systems to ensure that across departments there is financial continuity, accuracy. Includes participating in spec designs of reporting and user acceptance testing
    • Oversee, prepare, and coordinate with other departments the submissions of Locke Lord data to various peer survey organizations. Preparation of various Firm survey and performance reports including analysis and trending reports of key metrics
    • Assist legal and operations staff in detail matter management queries and reporting
    • Produce various financial reporting decks for executive committee meetings including review and analysis of financial results versus budget and drafting narratives on variances
    • Additional related responsibilities and projects as directed by department management

    Additional skills/Abilities/Knowledge:

    • Excellent analytical, project management, prioritization, and organization skills.
    • Strong knowledge of strategic and financial analysis and reporting.
    • Superior analytical skills with proven abilities in conducting budget, trending, variance and outlier analyses.
    • Ability to maintain composure under pressure in a highly dynamic fast-paced environment.
    • Executive level presentation skills.
    • Ability to manage highly confidential information and exercise discretion.
    • Works effectively in a fast paced, collaborative, team-based environment.
    • Able to manage multiple projects with competing deadlines and priorities.
    • Ability to work collaboratively and build positive relationships at all organizational levels.

    Education & Experience:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance required, MBA preferred
    • 7-10 years of budgeting, financial reporting and analysis and financial systems work experience is preferred
    • Advanced MS Excel and Technical Skills
    • Experience in financial reporting, charting, and trending analysis to present clearly and concisely into executive level information
    • Experience in financial scenario and model building
    • Demonstrated project management and problem solving ability to find creative solutions
    • Proven ability to prioritize projects and initiate follow through with attention to detail
    • Exceptional interpersonal skills; tact, patience, diplomacy, confidentiality and integrity
    • Strong leadership and organization skills
    • Experience in professional services or legal industry a plus, but not required
    • Comfortable working in matrix management structure including setting expectations and prioritizing deliverables.

    Additional Information:

    Work Environment – This position operates in a professional office environment.

    Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday; 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.

    Travel – Little to no travel is expected for this position.

    Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


    ENTERPRISE APPLICATION ARCHITECT (DALLAS)

    General Statement of Duties:

    The Enterprise Applications Administrator, under the guidance of the Infrastructure Manager, is responsible for installing, updating and maintaining all assigned enterprise applications throughout the lifecycle of the application. 

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Gathers and documents all user requirements for all enterprise systems projects.
    • Maintains and regularly updates detailed documentation of all supported enterprise applications.
    • Through ongoing analysis and user requirement gathering, identifies possible improvements to all enterprise systems.
    • Designs, tests, implement, and supports complex enterprise systems supporting the Firm’s critical business functions.
    • Provides 2nd and 3rd tier support on assigned applications, acting as part of the overall IT support team and leading application-specific initiatives.
    • Learns and maintains new enterprise technologies as they are implemented to support the Firm’s growing application portfolio.
    • Maintains industry and enterprise application specific knowledge through training and certification.
    • Performs off-hours support as needed for supported enterprise applications.

    Education and Experience:

    • 2+ years of experience working with large-scale customized enterprise systems in finance, document management, client intake, file trail, ERP, HRIS, or custom workflow applications in a fast-paced client-focused environment.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology, Business, or a closely related field, preferred, or the equivalent experience.
    • Self-driven professional personality, exacting attention to detail and good time management skills, along with the ability to prioritize competing demands and perform effectively under pressure.
    • Demonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and as part of team across multiple functional departments.
    • Excellent written and oral communications skills.
    • Must be able to learn, understand and apply new technologies.
    • Superb attention to detail.

    Additional Information:

    Supervisory Responsibility – This position does not have any direct reports.

    Work Environment – This position operates onsite in the Dallas office in a professional office environment.

    Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This position is exempt for purposes of federal wage-hour law and not eligible for overtime compensation. The core onsite hours for the Dallas office are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. However, as this is an exempt position, additional hours are required as necessary to meet the demands of this position.

    Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


    IP LITIGATION PARALEGAL - CHICAGO

    General Statement of Duties:

    The IP Litigation Paralegal supports the Department’s respective attorneys and specific law expertise. The Paralegal works on matters such as complex intellectual property (primarily pharmaceutical and other patent litigation); assists with work related to large document productions, both electronic and traditional; assists at trial; and performs research utilizing Westlaw, LexisNexis and other legal industry resources.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    Responsible for all aspects of intellectual property litigation including:

    • Document review and case management research utilizing Concordance, Relativity, DISCO and other litigation support software.
    • Assist with preparation of pleadings for e-filing; e-file pleadings.
    • Assist with document collection and review for document productions.
    • Assist with preparation of binders for depositions, document productions and trial.
    • Review documents for privilege and redaction.
    • Review documents for content and suggested use at deposition.
    • Research and analyze Federal and State online court dockets for pleadings, etc.
    • Assist with the review of deposition testimony and preparation of errata sheets.
    • Assist with a number of trial preparation projects, including analysis of expert witness reports and preparation of pretrial materials. 
    • Interact with clients, expert witnesses and advisors in preparation for trial.
    • Manage electronic document storage in Box.com.
    • Trial attendance required, including out-of-state trials.
    • Collaborates and works in harmony with co-counsel’s team.
    • Organize and manage trial rooms and contents of same.
    • Assist attorneys with patent interference work with the USPTO Patent & Trademark Appeal Board. 
    • Conduct online research for various documents, publications and prior art.
    • Research patent information of WIPO and USPTO websites.

    Education & Experience:

    • Bachelor’s Degree and/or Paralegal Certificate preferred.
    • Minimum 2+ years of litigation paralegal experience in a similar position.
    • Experience assisting and/or attending trial for IP litigation or complex litigation matters.
    • Skilled in articulating and analyzing documents in litigation databases.
    • Ability to work collaboratively with team members.
    • Solid organizational skills, initiative and attention to detail.
    • Excellent communication and client interfacing skills.
    • Operates with a moderate degree of independence and manages the workload to ensure the accurate and timely completion of assignments. Ability to handle electronic filings required.

    Additional Information:

    Supervisory ResponsibilityThis position has no direct supervisory responsibilities.

    Work Environment – 
    This position is normally 5 days in a professional office environment.  The successful candidate will be requested to follow the Chicago Office Return to Work guidelines which currently is working 3 days in the office and 2 days remotely, work and schedule permitting.

    Position Type/Expected Work Hours –
    This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.

    Travel –
    No travel is expected for this position unless needed for trial assistance.

    Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com


    REAL ESTATE PARALEGAL (AUSTIN)

    This position will assist with various commercial real estate transactions, including real property acquisitions, construction and development loans for new projects and permanent term loans for existing projects. Responsibilities include: document management, performing routine and advanced tasks as an aid to attorneys in a complex and productive real estate practice. Additionally, this position is expected to utilize knowledge within the specialized area to perform legal research, document drafting and technical procedures.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Conduct due diligence reviews (including preparation and management of due diligence/closing checklists).
    • Review title commitments, exception documents, surveys, organizational documents, and UCC search reports.
    • Draft loan documents, purchase and sale documents, closing documents and correspondence.
    • Review leases and prepare schedules of key dates.
    • Coordinate filing of entity formation documents and UCC financing documents.
    • Perform factual research at government agencies and via the internet.
    • Interact with title companies, surveyors, governmental agencies, loan officers, clients and opposing counsel.
    • Organize and maintain complex transaction files and closing checklists.
    • Assemble documents for closing and handle post-closing delivery requirements.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Education & Experience:

    • Bachelor’s Degree required. Paralegal Certificate in addition is preferred.
    • Minimum of 6+ years of relevant experience in Real Estate practice area is required.
    • Familiar with filing documents with the appropriate county clerks and Secretary of State Offices.
    • Strong organizational, communication, and writing skills.
    • Must possess excellent communication and client interfacing skills and have deal and people management skills.
    • Solid organizational skills, initiative, and attention to detail.
    • Ability to work independently and to juggle and prioritize multiple, competing tasks and demands in a fast-paced team environment.
    • Must be available to work overtime as requested.
    • Solid working knowledge of Microsoft Office 2010 and Outlook.
    • Intermediate to advanced skills in Word and Excel is required.

    Additional Information:

    Supervisory Responsibility – This position does not have any direct reports.

    Work Environment – This position operates onsite in a professional office environment.

    Position Type/Expected Work Hours – This is a full-time position. Days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties demand.

    Travel – Little travel is expected for this position.

    Interested candidates should submit their application to Office Management: Tonja.Rogers@lockelord.com