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Director of Lateral Partner Recruitment - Americas
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
The Director will work closely with the Director of Lateral Partner Recruitment – EMEA/Asia to lead the Firm’s lateral partner recruiting efforts on a global basis.
Paralegal Global Mobility & Migration (US)
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
Our Global Mobility & Migration team is known for innovation in the provision of immigration services. Jobs New York
You will not only be working directly with him, butmany creatives who are trying to break the mold for what a retail store is.
New York City metropolitan Area Brand, Creative and Design have a real voice in our company and we see a great end-to-end experience as key to our success.
Marketing & Business Development Assistant
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
Supports Practice Group, Industry Group, Client Team and Country Team initiatives, including assisting on pitches and pitch tracking; invoice processing and tracking; internal meeting support; award and accolade tracking; seminar, webinar and teleconference support; and data entry into the deals and cases database and other department databases.
Global Director of HRIS
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
Develop relationships with business services departments to understand and deliver source of record HR data to ensuring the efficiency of interfaced applications such as Aderant, Blue Pages and ViDesktop
Marketing & Business Development Specialist (Adversarial Practice)
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
Engage in research and analysis and competitive intelligence gathering for strategic planning, competitive firm positioning, and business development activities for assigned practice(s), and identify speaking opportunities.
Practice Group Specialist - Capital Markets
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
Engage in research and analysis and competitive intelligence-gathering for strategic planning, competitive firm positioning, and business development activities for assigned practice(s), and identify speaking opportunities.
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When companies publish a help wanted ad, they are likely to get tons of responses. People may submit resumes even if they think they have an inkling of a chance to land the position. This leaves recruiters with the task of sorting through possibly hundreds of resumes to find the best applicants, and most of them will lighten their load by starting with the resume summary. 

Marketing Assistant - Capital Markets
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
Respond to lawyer requests for marketing related information and products, e.g., marketing collateral, documents, client gifts, and deal / case lists.
Practice Group Assistant (Corporate - Insurance Industry Group)
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
Associated topics: auto, automobile, claimant, fraud, insurance adjuster, insurance investigator, investigate, investigation, liability adjuster, title examiner
Assistant Director of Diversity And Inclusion
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
In collaboration with the Director of Diversity - U.S., Director of Attorney Development and Recruitment - U.S., the Diversity Steering Board, CHRO and other key stakeholders, this role contributes to the design and implementation of the firm's D&I strategy and the US annual D&I plan
Marketing & Business Development Clerk
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
Provides assistance with market research, including competitive intelligence and benchmarking projects, in support of business development initiatives.
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Creating a resume or CV is a crucial first step in landing new professional and academic opportunities, but many don't know the dynamic when it comes to needing cv vs resume.

Accounting Administrator - Corporate Practice
Mayer Brown LLPNew York County, NY
Interfaces with Business Development on RFPs as necessary to ensure they have proper budgets, rates, timekeeper information, etc.
Human Resources Coordinator
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
Serve as the primary person responsible for updating, duplicating, and distributing reference material, logs, reports, and checklists (ex: New York office personnel home address/phone list, NY HR Document Index; headcount report, birthday list, HR Coordinator Job Procedures Guide, new hire orientation material).
Library Technical Services Assistant
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
Process Library of Congress labels for book spine and affixing the labels to the spine.
Public Relations Coordinator
Mayer Brown LLPGrand Central, NY
Responsibilities: Working alongside a dynamic team, the PR Coordinator will play an essential role in implementing strategic media relations and other external communications initiatives designed to elevate the Firm’s brand.
How to Write a CV

A CV, also known as a curriculum vitae, is key in helping job seekers connect with hiring managers, recruiters, and key decision-makers. Whether you’ve been actively job searching for a while or you’re just getting into the applicant pool, here’s what modern job searchers and students need to know when deciding how to write a cv. 

Litigation Resource Manager
Mayer Brown LLPNew York, NY
As part of the Human Resources Business Partner Advisor team, the Resource Manager, in collaboration with Practice Group and Action Group leadership, will be responsible for creating and implementing an effective resource utilization and work allocation strategy and serve as the lead person in the Litigation Practice U.S. wide for managing the allocation of work from senior lawyers to associates and staff attorneys.

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