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Position Title: CLE Program Attorney
Department: City Bar Center for CLE
Position Report to: Director, City Bar Center for CLE
FLSA Status: Exempt

Department Function

The CLE Department offers various types of programs for attorneys to update and continue their education in the law as well as earn required CLE credit. In addition to the approximately 130 discreet live programs, we offer live webcasts, online/on demand programs and DVDs/CDs.

The CLE Department is committed to providing quality, timely and relevant programs to both newly admitted and experienced attorneys to serve the Bar's members and the Bar-at-large. The excellent quality of the programs is on the level of long-standing organizations whose sole business purpose is CLE, such as PLI and ALI CLE. In addition to New York, we are accredited in the States of California, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Job Function

Develop unique programs and coordinate all aspects of CLE programs.

Major Activities

  • Work with City Bar Committees and outside faculty to develop, coordinate and administer 50+ CLE programs.
  • Develop a budget for each program, including marketing plan and related expenses, and assume responsibility for meeting or exceeding that budget.
  • Manage and work with outside vendors and consultants in a number of areas, including regarding the printing and mailing of program brochures, catalogues, calendars and program materials.
  • Develop and undertake co-sponsorships on programs with other bar associations, professional associations, law schools, trade associations and the like.
  • Develop the program schedule in coordination with the Director.
  • Create programming for a Professional Development Workshop Series for City Bar members and others.
  • Work some evenings in connection with evening programs.
  • Depending upon qualifications, may directly supervise and assume responsibility for the professional development of up to three staff members.
  • Take on additional responsibilities/special projects as needed.

 
Education and Qualifications

JD degree required. Experience in development of CLE programs, legal conference planning, attorney professional development or business development preferred. Must possess excellent communication skills, be detail –oriented and able to think proactively and work independently.

Salary range is commensurate with experience. Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume with salary requirement to:
New York City Bar Association
Attn: Tecca Williams, Director of Human Resources
42 West 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Email: humanresources@nycbar.org

 


 

Position Title: A/V Coordinator (Part-time or Full-time)
Department: City Bar Center for CLE
Position Report to: Director/Deputy Director
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Department Function

The New York City Bar Association produces various types of programs, events and meetings, including those hosted by our Committees, or by the City Bar Center for CLE for attorneys to continue their education in the law, as well as a variety of outside groups who may rent our facility. Many of our programs require A/V assistance, including appropriate microphone and podium set-up, and laptops and screens for PowerPoint presentations; many of the events are audio and/or video recorded and some are webcast; and there are teleconferences and web conferences from time to time.

Job Function
Coordinate the A/V needs for all events at the New York City Bar Association.

Major Activities

  • Coordinate A/V needs for events, programs and other City Bar meetings, including:
    • Room A/V set-up as required by event and program hosts;
    • Providing technical assistance during events and programs;
    • Coordinating with Meeting Services Department, CLE Department and others to identify and plan for A/V needs; and
    • Coordinating with the outside A/V vendor and webcast partners for CLE programs.
  • Videotape events.
  • Edit video and audio.
  • Work some early mornings and evenings in connection with events and programs.
  • Take on additional responsibilities/special projects as needed.

Knowledge and Education

High School Graduate. College degree preferred. Proficient with A/V equipment including projectors, microphones, cameras. Advanced editing skills and experience a plus. Customer service-oriented and ability to work well with others. Exhibits excellent troubleshooting skills under high stress situations. Accomplishes assigned projects utilizing highly-developed communication, project management and time management skills.

 

Position available immediately.
If interested and qualified, please send cover letter, salary requirements and resume to:

New York City Bar
Attn: Human Resources Director
42 W 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
Fax (212) 382-6769
E-mail:
humanresources@nycbar.org
EOE

 


 

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