Employment at NYSBA

The New York State Bar Association, a nonprofit professional association, seeks to fill the following positions:

We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefit package. All applicants should send a resume with qualifications, letter of application and salary requirements in confidence to:

New York State Bar Association
Attn: Human Resources
One Elk Street
Albany, NY 12207
HR@NYSBA.org
(518) 487-5544 (FAX)  

Download the NYSBA Employment Application Here.

Sections and Meeting Services Assistant
The full-time Sections and Meeting Services Assistant willprovide support and assistance in the planning and organizing of Association meetings and programs in its Section and Meeting Services Department.  Duties include preparing materials, correspondence and reports; maintaining database information and updating Association web pages; and providing other related administrative support to meeting and event planning. 3-5 years of experience providing administrative support with a focus in meeting or program planning desired.  Proficiency in the Microsoft suite of Office applications, and database and web maintenance required.  Ability to handle and prioritize multiple projects, and strong organizational and customer service skills required.  Associate’s degree preferred.

Director of Marketing
The Director of Marketing is responsible for directing the planning and implementation of the Association’s marketing communications initiatives.  The Director will work closely with department directors, and members of the Association and other State and local Bars. The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of seven years of experience in marketing communications, a successful track record managing and implementing integrated communications plans, managing budgets, excellent computer skills, demonstrated success using social media and web based communications, and experience with market research and statistical analysis.  Experience managing a marketing team is a must.  A Bachelor Degree in marketing or related field is required. A Master Degree in marketing or related subject matter is preferred.  

Website Content Manager
The Website Content Manager will oversee the delivery of its website content, initially to serve as the liaison with our outside vendor and provide the internal organization and structure in the re-design of the Association’s website.   From there, the Website Content Manager will be responsible for planning and executing a content strategy that drives high engagement and optimizes content, maintaining the accuracy of website content, working with designated teams to develop site style and appearance, and collecting and analyzing website metrics. This position requires a minimum of 3 years of demonstrated success in managing website content in addition to a Bachelor’s degree in marketing, journalism or IT.  The successful candidate will be detail oriented, well organized, and have the ability to effectively communicate with NYSBA team members.  Project management skills, and experience with Google Analytics and web design are a must.  

CLE Program Coordinator (Temporary)
The CLE Program Coordinator (Temporary)  is responsible for assisting in the coordination and administration of Continuing Legal Education programs, video conferences, webcasts and video replays for attorneys, including preparation and coordination of all aspects of the program and post-program follow up, and serving as liaison to program speakers. Three (3) to five (5) years of customer service experience and/or event administration or program planning is required, along with knowledge of the Microsoft suite of Office applications and Adobe, strong organizational skills, as well as a pleasant and professional demeanor on the telephone and in person. Proficiency in iMIS and Clear Access is preferred.  A High School diploma is required, an Associate’s Degree preferred. The position is expected to end at the end of this year.

Member Resource Center Representative
The Member Resource Center representative is responsible for providing direct customer support via telephone, email, and mail including entering product orders, program/seminar registrations, processing membership dues and outbound calling to members and customers. Additional administrative duties include data maintenance, transactional processing, and report/paperwork generation. A minimum of 2 to 3 years of customer service experience is required. Telephone sales experience is a plus. The ideal candidate must be proficient with Microsoft Windows, Word, Outlook and internet browsers such as Chrome and Internet Explorer. Experience with the iMIS Membership Management system, or similar database records management software is a plus. The candidate must have excellent organizational and interpersonal communication skills.