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Office Administrator
Kansas City, Missouri


Law Firm Administrator
In Office Position

Work for a well established law firm in Kansas City, MO.
•  Support the Office Managing Partners in achieving goals of the office.
•  Responsible for the support staff recruiting process, including sourcing applicants, interviewing and hiring applicants.
•  Manage the annual evaluation and compensation process for office and conduct interim evaluations of new staff.
•  Resolve general support staff issues, conduct counseling, and implement disciplinary actions as needed in coordination with the Regional Administrative Director and the Human Resources Department.
•  Make recommendations for staffing, to include assignments to lawyers, paralegals, and other timekeepers following internal firm procedures.
•  Monitor staff attendance, vacations, and other absences from the office; arrange for the hiring of temporary employees and/or overflow coverage when needed following internal firm procedures.
•  Manage support staff workflow and ensure that timekeeper needs are met.
•  Manage the Office Services department and ensure that adequate coverage is provided at all times.
•  Coordinate resolution of IT issues and scheduling of computer training for staff with appropriate IT staff.
•  Assist in the preparation of the office operating expense and monitor monthly budget vs. actual progress.
•  Assist in the preparation of the office capital and marketing budgets and monitor monthly budget vs. actual progress.
•  Work with internal committees as required to achieve the goals of the Firm.
•  Coordinate special functions and social events for attorneys and staff.
•  Review and approve vendor invoices.
•  Coordinate with building management on day-to-day facilities issues.
•  Coordinate office build-out projects and personnel moves.
•  Oversee the scheduling of conference rooms and visiting attorney offices, including catering requests for client and administrative meetings.
•  Assign office space to new employees, including attorneys, paralegals, and staff.
•  Coordinate with appropriate staff and vendors for telephone, computer, online services, and litigation support.

•  Bachelor's Degree in business administration or management, finance, or human resources, or have comparable work experience.
•  Minimum of 5 years of progressive experience in a mid-sized to large law firm administration preferred with the ability to manage multiple functions.
•  Strong HR and management skills.
•  Excellent organizational and personnel management skills.
•  Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
•  Successful project management skills.
•  The ability to work with all levels of employees, to manage and motivate.
•  Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. 

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Janine Bedora

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