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Essential Job Functions
The Firmwide CLE Training Compliance Specialist is an integral member of our Firmwide Legal Recruiting and Development (LRD) department. Reporting to the Firmwide CLE Training Compliance Manager, this specialist will be a firmwide resource that actively supports global processes to manage the accuracy and integrity of Kirkland and Ellis’s Attorney CLE Compliance. The Firmwide CLE Training Compliance Specialist will be the first point of contact for Chicago Attorneys to manage and support end-to-end process of CLE accreditation and compliance and in supporting office designated LRD resources regarding centralized direction, guidance, and support as it relates to Firmwide CLE accreditation and compliance.
The Firmwide CLE Training Compliance Specialist is a highly visible role within the firm and responsible for a broad set of activities. The specific activities this Specialist is charged with supporting includes the following:
Activities designated to our Firmwide CLE Training Compliance Specialist will continue to evolve and shift as needed based on the needs of LRD strategy or in support of LRD leadership.
Additional Role Functions:
The Firmwide CLE Training Compliance Specialist will also need to demonstrate skills throughout the participation of firm, team, and other intangibles to continue to be successful.Examples below are inclusive, but not collectively exhaustive:
Qualifications & Requirements
Education, Work Experience, Skills
This position requires a high level of collaboration with attorneys and staff and the ability to work independently. This position requires the exercise of independent judgment.
The ideal candidate will be highly organized, possess excellent proofing and communication (oral and written) skills; the ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment; a very strong attention to detail; and a professional demeanor. Additionally, the ideal candidate will possess strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships among lawyers and staff to achieve results.
A Bachelor’s degree is required. Technical experience should include MS Word and Excel.
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