Staff positions currently available (please scroll down for complete listings):
- VP of Membership & Business Development
- Programs & Public Policy Coordinator
VICE PRESIDENT OF MEMBERSHIP AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
Position Overview: Key role at a small (15 person) legal non-profit located in Murray Hill, Manhattan, the Vice-President of Membership and Business Development will have primary responsibility for growing the organizational membership base and for developing new revenue opportunities. The person in this role will work closely with the CEO and Program Leaders to identify prospective members and market other services offered by the organization. The position reports to the CEO and will work closely with senior staff, and the Board's Membership Committee, providing strategic guidance and direction.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Develop and implement long-term, integrated membership strategies and plans, aimed towards acquisition of new members;
- Acquire new members through personal outreach, targeted marketing efforts, presentations; attending events and leveraging resources of the organization, including Board, leadership and current members;
- Effectively communicate the organization’s unique value proposition to senior-level decision makers;
- Promote and sell CPR’s Dispute Resolution Services to inside and outside counsel;
- Utilize social media in collaboration with other organizational marketing efforts;
- Track and report the success of recruitment initiatives and special programs using the organization’s membership database;
- Provide guidance and support to other staff members’ efforts in membership acquisition;
- Work closely with Manager of Member Services to oversee all retention and engagement efforts for existing membership;
- Serve as liaison to Board Membership Committee and prepare appropriate reports for meetings.
Skills & Requirements
- Bachelor's Degree;
- Experience in membership, legal marketing or business development highly preferred;
- Experience formulating high level and tactical strategies;
- Strong verbal and written communication skills a must;
- Ability to develop strategic, proactive relationships with prospects, current members, partners, and other supporters;
- Ability to work collaboratively, build trust internally and externally, and maintain a reputation of strong customer service, competence, integrity and professionalism;
- Law degree and/or familiarity with ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) and/or legal industry a plus;
- Strong Microsoft Office Suite skills (Word, Excel and Outlook);
- Experience with association databases or sales programs.
This is a full-time, permanent position. Compensation, including an incentive component, is commensurate with experience. Includes a generous 401K plan and benefits package including: vacation, medical, dental, FSA and transit.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PROGRAMS AND PUBLIC POLICY COORDINATOR
Key support, for a legal non-profit located in Murray Hill, Manhattan, will provide a broad range of administrative functions and support in a small (15 person) but dynamic and collegial office with a highly professional and close-knit team. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who is smart, well-organized, detail-oriented and will thrive in a fast-paced and results oriented environment. For the right self-motivated individual, this is a great opportunity to learn about the substantive area of alternative dispute resolution, as well as meeting management, public policy research and general office support.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
The successful candidate will be able to follow-through to ensure that appropriate and timely actions are taken. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Support CPR’s Committee work, including:
- communicating with members;
- scheduling meetings, circulating materials, tracking participation, maintaining current rosters;
- maintaining assigned committee webpages; and
- attending committee meetings and drafting agendas and meeting minutes
- Provide support for the planning and execution of regional meetings and events and trainings, including preparation of materials, processing and tracking registrations, managing speaker communications and maintaining website notices and changes for these events
- Conduct research on legal topics to support public policy work, international initiatives and publications
- Provide assistance for CPR’s Internship Program, including correspondence with students and schools, scheduling and record maintenance
- Share website, database, marketing, accounting, mail duties, filing, invoicing and other general administrative work as needed
Skills and Requirements:
- Must be detail-oriented, proactive and resourceful and take pride in your work product
- Must be able to interact with high-level executive members in writing and in person with minimal oversight
- Ability to work well independently or as a team member in a collaborative small office environment
- Strong writing and editing skills and professional communication skills are critical
- Ability to multi-task and prioritize, with good judgment and decision-making skills
- Strong computer skills - Candidate must be fluent in all Microsoft Office applications (Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint). Experience with databases a plus
- Must be flexible and adaptable to changing priorities and workload
- Prior administrative experience in a corporate or legal environment a plus
- Bachelor’s degree required
Please submit cover letter and resumes to Beth Corman at email@example.com. No phone calls please.
Interns at CPR conduct research and compose content for CPR’s website, courses, and publications and articles under development by CPR staff.
Learn more about the CPR Intern Experience, including videos, photographs, testimonials, articles written by our interns, and descriptions of past projects.
LAW STUDENT INTERNSHIP - UNPAID
Fall and Spring Semesters: either 10-12 hours per week (partial semester internship) or 37.5 hours per week (full semester internship)
Summers: 37.5 hours per week
Interns at CPR participate in the organization's research and activities to expose them to the organization's cutting-edge advocacy for the increased use of and development of commercial conflict resolution. CPR's work varies--no intern will have the same experience. Typically interns conduct research and compose content for CPR’s website, CLE courses, publications and articles. Interns also conduct background research for programs by CPR's Industry and Practice Committees, and for Institute-wide surveys and studies, where appropriate.