Transactional Practice Group Assistant
The Transactional Practice Group Assistant is responsible for providing support to the transactional team. This role requires complex administrative support and coordination to a fast-paced practice group by assisting with calendar management, coordinating travel, expense reporting, time entry and producing a high volume of quality agreements. This role requires strong grammatical, proof reading and writing skills, as well as extreme attention to detail and critical thinking skills.
- Prior law firm or professional services experience preferred.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience is highly preferred.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
- Ability to maintain a high level of accuracy, superior attention to detail and strong organizational skills
- Ability to facilitate clear and concise communication with others in a positive manner
- Ability to work with others effectively in a team that encourages diversity of thought and innovation
- Ability to maintain a professional demeanor, exhibit sound judgment, maintain confidentiality and use discretion
- Ability to exhibit problem-solving skills and demonstrate initiative and accountability
- Ability to thrive in a dynamic fast paced environment with fluidity amidst multiple projects, shifting priorities and competing deadlines
- Ability to adapt and accept changes in job responsibilities based on the strategic goals of the firm
- Flexibility to adjust hours as necessary in order to satisfy the essential functions of the position
How to Apply
Apply at marshallip.com.
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