Attorney Recruitment, Professional Legal Management
4 Year Degree
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP is looking for an experienced Recruiting Coordinator for our Dallas office. At Gibson Dunn, the Recruiting Coordinator plays a critical role for the office and for the firm in supporting attorney talent acquisition. The focus of this exempt position will be on campus recruiting at premier law schools, the Summer Program, judicial clerk and lateral attorney recruiting. The Recruiting Coordinator will report to the firm wide Chief Recruiting Officer and work closely with the Dallas Hiring Partner as well as attorneys on the various committees. The person in this role will coordinate the Dallas office’s legal recruitment efforts, including, but not limited to, the following:
•Plan and manage the office’s overall recruitment efforts, including summer, new, and lateral associate recruiting. •Play an integral role in the Dallas office’s recruitment leadership and team. •Act as a liaison to summer associates and also career services offices at select law schools. •Suggest, plan, and attend summer program events. •Arrange and coordinate the on-campus interview logistics for the office’s assigned schools and firm-wide interview teams. •Coordinate diversity recruiting efforts •Prepare and track annual departmental budget •Coordinate and run hospitality suites for the office’s assigned schools. •Direct all aspects of candidate visits and callback interviews. •Organize follow-up dinners and other events for the office’s assigned schools. •Plan and facilitate annual academic events and activities, including diversity, for the office’s assigned schools. •Maintain recruiting records. •Support offer extension process and correspond with candidates who have offers. •Coordinate orientation and integration for new and lateral associates. •Attend the annual national Hiring Committee Spring Meeting. •Attend RADS (Recruiting Administrators of Dallas) meetings and events. •Work with legal search consulting agencies on lateral associate hiring. •Serve as Office Training Coordinator. •Participate in Associates Committee, Diversity Committee and Womens’ Committee meetings and assist with programming, projects and initiatives. •Other duties as assigned.
Ideal candidate must have initiative, exhibit independent thinking and creativity, have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, handle high volume, and be a team player.
This position requires a minimum of three years legal recruiting experience. A four-year college degree is required.