Legal Personnel Supervisor

Belgium, Brussels
18 Oct 2016
15 Nov 2016
Kerry Channing
Job Title
Human Resources
Contract Type
Full Time

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Legal Personnel professional to join the Brussels office of a highly prestigious US law firm. The Legal Personnel Supervisor will be responsible for implementing the development plans for the Lawyers and will manage their HR needs. Working closely with the senior management team, the Legal Personnel Supervisor will serve as the primary resource for the Lawyers in Brussels and will manage everything from Recruitment to orientation, to Learning and Professional Development.

Key responsibilities for the Legal Personnel Supervisor will include: monitoring Associate development; coordination of the review and evaluation process; managing employee relations issues; defining and facilitating the overall training agenda; monitoring utilisation; dealing with all lawyer recruitment, including liaising with search firms; ensuring the integration of new hires; and working on a variety of ad hoc projects.

The ideal candidate for this Legal Personnel role will be degree-educated and have relevant experience within a Law firm, encompassing Legal Recruitment, Learning and Professional Development, Graduate Recruitment and HR. You must have strong communication skills and the ability to interact effectively with people of all levels. Strong relationship building skills are a must, along with excellent organisational and planning skills. You must be able to work with discretion, and have the gravitas to influence the lawyers. Fluency in English is essential, along with French and/or Dutch.

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