Associate Attorney: Corporate and Real Estate Transactions (3-5 yrs exp)


位置: ロサンゼルス
職務記述: 

We are seeking an experienced corporate and/or real estate transaction associate for our Los Angeles office, located in Torrance. Candidates must have experience documenting and managing deals, as well as a track record of excellent, diligent client service. The position requires the ability to work independently as a key member of the firm's West Coast transactional practice.

Position Requirements:

  • Admission to State Bar of California
  • 3-5 years of corporate and/or real estate transaction experience, preferably within California
  • Travel
  • Enjoy working with corporate clients from Japan and other Asian and European countries
  • Assist in the development of new clients and business opportunities

Preferred, but not required, attributes (any of the following):

  • Experience with commercial transactions including financings, distributorships, sales representative/agency agreements, and intellectual property licensing
  • Japanese or other language ability

We offer an attractive salary & benefits package. Please include salary history when applying; no agencies or phone calls, please. EOE


Please send cover letter, resume and salary history/requirements to:

Human Resources Department
careers@masudafunai.com

Posted: 5.10.17





Human Resources Assistant


職務記述: 

Masuda, Funai, Eifert & Mitchell, Ltd. is seeking an Human Resources Assistant in the firm's downtown Chicago location. As a vital member of the firm's Human Resources department, this position is primarily responsible for providing assistance with the day-to-day operations of the human resources functions and duties, which includes responsibilities with HRIS, employee relations, benefits, recruitment and payroll.

As the Human Resources Assistant, you will:

  • Maintain employee files and I-9 file management
  • Assist HR Manager with recruitment, including posting job openings internally, as well as externally on social media and other platforms; monitoring Careers mailbox and sort and review resumes; maintain filing system that retains qualified applications for one year; and scheduling interviews for the hiring manager and Human Resources
  • Prepare internal and external correspondence, including employee communications, offer letters, etc.
  • Provide support for the annual evaluation process, including updating the performance management system, assembling performance reviews and scheduling performance review meetings
  • Process semi-monthly timesheets in ADP WorkforceNow system
  • Reconcile benefits invoices
  • Assist with annual open enrollment process and ongoing wellness initiatives
  • Collaborate on firm events
  • Manage the firm's MCLE tracking system and attorney compliance, as well as submissions for CLE and HR credits
  • Maintain and update the ADP portal and the firm's Intranet (HR department page, phone directory, bulletin news, etc.)
  • Assist with the day-to-day operations of the HR function
  • Filing, photocopying and report production
  • Perform special projects as assigned

Experience:

1. Skills/Knowledge:

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel; ADP WorkforceNow experience a plus
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Able to exercise discretion, initiative and exhibit a high level of confidentiality
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Strong organization and prioritization skills
  • Solid database management and recordkeeping skills
  • Detail oriented, with the ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines
  • Must be a team player
  • Works well with minimal supervision

2. Experience/Education:

  • Bachelors's degree preferred
  • 2-3 years of Human Resources experience

Please send cover letter, resume and salary history/requirements to:

Human Resources Department
careers@masudafunai.com

Posted: 8.1.17





Office Services Coordinator


職務記述: 

Masuda, Funai, Eifert & Mitchell, Ltd. is seeking an Office Services Coordinator in the firm's downtown Chicago location. As a vital member of the firm's Office Services department, this position is primarily responsible for general office functions, including the internal distribution and pick-up of mail, metering outgoing mail, photocopying, distributing faxes, maintaining inventory of office supplies, kitchen maintenance and supplies, restocking supplies, conference room maintenance, replenishing paper and toner at printer/copier stations, and reception back-up. The right Candidate will need to be extremely organized, work well with minimal supervision, work independently and under tight deadlines.

As the Office Services Coordinator, you will:

  • Handle all mail functions, including the internal distribution and pick-up of mail, metering outgoing mail, and bringing outgoing mail to the U.S. postal receptacle;
  • Place FedEx packages outside reception doors at the end of each day; prepare pouch to other offices;
  • Maintain inventory of all office, kitchen and stationery supplies;
  • Deliver faxes, messenger and express courier deliveries throughout the day;
  • Stock printer/copier areas with copy paper and toner daily;
  • Set-up office/workstation for new employees, including stocking with supplies;
  • Handle copy job and binding requests;
  • Kitchen maintenance, which includes cleaning tables and microwaves, running and emptying the dishwasher, and replenishing coffee/kitchen supplies;
  • Maintain orderliness in all conference rooms, kitchens and supply rooms
  • Maintain conference rooms: clean tables, organize chairs, prepare water/coffee/other requirements requested by attorneys before client meetings, assist with setting up conference rooms for events and meetings;
  • Provide back-up to the Receptionist;
  • Provide back-up to Administrative Coordinator and Office Clerk as needed; this includes handling the Firm's external messenger runs, such as bank deposits and general pickup/delivery tasks, and office equipment maintenance;
  • Other duties/projects as assigned by the Office Administrator.

Experience:

1. Skills/Knowledge:

  • must have excellent customer service skills;
  • working knowledge of mailroom operations;
  • exceptional planning and organizational skills;
  • professional and pleasant demeanor;
  • must be able to bend and lift a minimum of 25 lbs. frequently throughout the day;
  • must be able to stand/walk the majority of the day;
  • knowledge of, and comfortable with using, Word, Excel and Outlook in a pc environment;
  • must be dependable; and
  • must be flexible and a team player.

2. Experience/Education:

  • High School diploma;
  • At least one (1) year of experience in mailroom/office services in a professional services firm, preferably a law firm;
  • Previous reception/switchboard experience.

Please send cover letter, resume and salary history/requirements to:

Human Resources Department
careers@masudafunai.com

Posted: 7.17.17