Receptionist/Conference Center Coordinator - New York

The Receptionist/Conference Center Coordinator will be responsible for overseeing, coordinating, and implementing the day-to-day operations of reception and conference services. This individual will interact with all levels at the firm as well as external clients and vendors. The Receptionist/Conference Center Coordinator must be flexible and willing to work overtime as needed to accommodate meetings and events. The role requires the ability to perform all functions with minimal supervision. Given the on-site responsibilities, this position is required to be onsite in our New York City office.

Job Responsibilities
Qualifications

This role is overtime eligible. Actual salary may vary depending on job-related factors which may include knowledge, skills and experience.



To apply for any of these positions, please send your resume to HR (HrDept@sullivanlaw.com).

Sullivan is a leading corporate law firm advising clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to emerging businesses. With more than 200 lawyers in Boston, London, New York, Tel Aviv and Washington, D.C., the firm offers services in a wide range of areas, including corporate finance, banking, trade finance, securities and mutual funds, litigation, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, tax, real estate and REITs, private equity and venture capital, bankruptcy, environment and natural resources, regulatory law, and employment and benefits.

We welcome inquiries from all who are interested in learning more about our firm. For additional information please direct inquiries to:

Sullivan & Worcester LLP
One Post Office Square
Boston, MA 02109
Attn:  Human Resources
Fax:  617-338-2880
Email:  hrdept@sullivanlaw.com

Sullivan & Worcester LLP is an equal opportunity employer. This means that Sullivan & Worcester LLP considers applicants for employment, and makes employment decisions without unlawful regard to sex, race, color, religion, citizenship, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, age, marital or domestic partner/civil union status, military service, or veteran status, physical and mental disability, and any other characteristic covered by applicable federal, state or local nondiscrimination laws.

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