The Law Office Administrator at Cordell and Cordell are the face and voice of our Firm for their local law offices. They perform many office manager responsibilities and are the "go to" person in each local office. They are an integral part of the law office team.
Cordell & Cordell is the largest domestic litigation law firm in the United States serving clients in over 100 offices across 36 states. We are dedicated to a radical client-centered approach to the services we provide, backed by quality people who can help us succeed. In order to provide a service that is focused on people first, we hire and reward employees who also take pride in creating a world class experience for our clients and our co-workers.
You will be a good fit for this job if...
You take pride in providing great customer service
You are a genuinely positive and optimistic person who enjoys working with capable, talented people
You enjoy working for an organization that is growing
You enjoy working for people that care about their employees and what to create a great workplace
You enjoy a nice office setting with an 8:30am-5:30pm work shift, Monday through Friday.
Responsibilities of the Job
Maintain the office calendar of attorneys and use discretion on ensuring their schedule is utilized efficiently, not overbooking or booking on days attorneys have requested remain open.
Answer and direct incoming calls for the office
Gather, organize and enter data into legal software
Check email and voice mail as appropriate to assure timely responses to all inquiries
Pull end of the day reports for the Communications Dept.
Keep the office organized and maintained (including lobby area, supply room, etc...)
Approach all clients and employees with a positive tone and genuine warmth.
Handle sensitive client data with utmost discretion, care and accuracy.
Perform tasks as assigned with accuracy and promptness, meeting all agreed upon deadlines.
High school graduate;
Experience in a law office or in a medical office
Experience in an administrative or office manager role
Excellent verbal/written communication and interpersonal skills;
Professional demeanor and positive communicator;
Excellent typing skills and computer literacy, including a solid understanding Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel applications;
Demonstrate proficiency to focus on details, handle multiple tasks, and remain highly organized;
Go above and beyond on simple requests to make things easier on others.