Legal Operations Assistant
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The Hotel Trades Council, AFL-CIO, is the union for hotel and gaming workers in New York and Northern New Jersey. The union is currently seeking applications for a Legal Operations Assistant. The operations team works closely with departments throughout the organization on program/project management, information management and analysis, logistics, research, office management, and human resources. This position’s primary focus will be assisting the daily operations of the Legal Department. If you are interested in making the world a better place, and being a part of the fight for justice, this may be the career for you.
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Areas of Responsibility include (but not limited to):
Any successful Operations Assistant/Supervisor who distinguishes him/herself demonstrates commitment and resourcefulness, and develops an understanding of the union and its operations will have numerous opportunities for advancement in a number of interesting and challenging areas.
Salary and benefits:
How to apply:
In addition to a resume and references, applicants for this position should include a cover letter that explains clearly and concisely the reasons for their interest in the position at the New York Hotel Trades Council, and specifically address a number of the above-listed qualifications, both those they do and do not possess.
Send resume, references, and cover letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The New York Hotel Trades Council, AFL-CIO, is an equal opportunity employer. All persons regardless of age, race, ethnicity, gender, religious affiliation or sexual orientation are encouraged to apply. People of color and women are strongly urged to apply.<< Back to Careers
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