The primary responsibility of this position is to assist the Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Director and the Sections Director with their duties. This position requires strong organizational skills and detail oriented. Candidates must have good presentation, interpersonal and communication skills, and will serve as an ambassador of the Atlanta Bar Association. The duties of this administrative position include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Execute registration, payment and deposit transactions for all Association events, including teleseminars, breakfast, lunch and nighttime CLE and Section events
• Perform auxiliary tasks for events, such as preparation of name tags, rosters and attendance sheets, etc. • Perform data entry tasks, as well as other clerical duties such as photocopying, faxing and scanning • Attend and manage CLE, and Section meetings as assigned. • Work to ensure positive experiences for members and guests at association and program events. • Work effectively as a team member to realize strategic objectives • Participate in other special projects of the Association and execute duties as directed.
The ability to multi-task is essential. Early morning and nighttime events are involved; personal transportation and a flexible scheduled is required.
Excellent benefits package. Submit resume with cover letter and references to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include salary expectations.
Required: Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Office with proficiency in Word and Excel
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with work experience.
The Atlanta Bar Association is the largest voluntary bar association in the southeast with a membership of over 6000 members from twelve counties throughout the metro Atlanta region. The Atlanta Bar has earned a national reputation for successful and innovative programs. Our mission is to promote professionalism and the fair administration of justice in our community, while also providing quality programs and benefits to our diverse membership.