***For Best Consideration apply online at UNMJobs.UNM.edu by April 1, 2019***
The University of New Mexico School of Law seeks a motivated individual for a full-time Manager, Employer Outreach position. Best consideration date April 1, 2019. General duties: Manages the promotion and execution of employer outreach services in the legal community and other employment markets, including employer liaison, on/off-campus recruitment, career fairs, and other initiatives; advises students and graduates regarding employment options. Requires: ability to create/deliver presentations on legal career/employer development topics; knowledge of legal career outreach methods, programs, services, resources. Must be able to interact professionally with diverse constituencies. Occasional evening/weekend work required. Applicants possessing J.D. degree from ABA accredited law school strongly preferred.
Bachelor's degree; at least 3 years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis.
- J.D. strongly preferred - Experience providing guidance to and mentoring law students - Excellent writing and editing skills and close attention to detail - Familiarity with the NM judiciary and legal community - Strong customer service and interpersonal skills
Internal Number: req7889
About UNM School of Law
The UNM School of Law is the state's only law school and is located on the University of New Mexico’s North Campus, adjacent to a 9-hole golf course and across the street from the university’s medical school complex. It is in Albuquerque, the state’s largest city, which sits at an altitude of 5,000 feet between the Rio Grande and the Sandia Mountains.The UNM School of Law is known for its 8:1 student-to-faculty ratio and excellent employment rates for graduates. UNM has consistently ranked as one of the best educational values in the country. Our tuition is affordable and students graduate to jobs that put their legal training to use. UNM Law outshines many other law schools, as shown by the latest rankings: Top 50 Law Schools, Above the Law 2018; Top 25 Best Value Law Schools, PreLaw Magazine 2017; A “Best” Law School, Princeton Review 2018; 91% Bar Passage Rate For First-Time Bar Exam Takers, July 2017; "A-" rating for Top Law Schools, Environmental Law pre-Law Magazine 2018; Rated 7th in Greatest Resources for Minority Students, Princeton Review 2018.