Job ID: 6784
Updated: Aug 18, 2022
Location: New York, NY, United States
Category: Facilities/Office Services
About Kirkland & Ellis
At Kirkland & Ellis, we are united in our ambition and drive to move forward. We share core values that help us achieve excellence: collaboration, talent empowerment, service, inclusion, respect and gratitude. Our people are our greatest asset, and we invest in the brightest talent and encourage a diversity of perspectives and strengths to create dynamic teams that operate at the pinnacle of their field. Our talented professionals show up every day knowing they will engage in meaningful work, continuous learning and professional development.
As one of the world’s leading law firms, we serve a broad range of clients with market-leading practices in private equity, M&A and other complex corporate transactions; investment fund formation and management; restructurings; high-stakes litigation and trials; and government, regulatory and internal investigations. We handle the most complicated and sophisticated legal matters because we don’t just meet industry standards, we create them. We bring innovation and entrepreneurialism to every engagement and, as a result, have long-standing client relationships with leading global corporations and financial sponsors. With 6,500 employees (including 3,000+ lawyers) operating from 18 offices across the United States, Europe and Asia, we are one of the largest law firms in the world and a top financial performer.
Essential Job Functions
The Digital & Delivery Services Manager will manage the day-to-day operations of the Digital Services, Reprographics and Mailroom teams with a focus on team collaboration while demonstrating and delivering excellent customer service to our internal and external clients. The manager will establish and implement standard procedures for team operations, with responsibility for the full spectrum of employee management, development and cross training between teams. The manager will also oversee all functions including mail, copy, imaging, supplies and messenger services.
Qualifications & Requirements
Qualified candidates will have an associate’s degree along with a minimum of at least 7 years of mailroom, digital services and reprographics management or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Qualified candidates will have proficient computer skills and knowledge of firm software including email, time and attendance and departmental software applications. The successful candidate will also have excellent customer service, communication, teamwork and interpersonal skills, the ability to interact effectively with all levels of management and staff, strong budgeting, analytical and problem solving skills, the ability to organize, prioritize multiple assignments and use judgment and initiative to accomplish results in an accurate and timely manner.
Education, Work Experience, Skills
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