Employment at NYSBA

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

The New York State Bar Association, a 74,000 member non-profit professional association based in Albany, offers 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


Administrative Assistant, Section Services
The Administrative Assistant, Section Services will provide support and assistance in the planning and organizing of Association meetings and programs.  Duties include preparing materials, correspondence and reports; maintaining database information and updating Assn. web pages; and providing other related administrative support to the department.  3-5 years of experience as an Administrative Assistant 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.

Administrative Assistant, Pro Bono Services

The Pro Bono Services Department works with numerous groups throughout the state to expand high quality legal services to low-income and disadvantaged New Yorkers.  The Administrative Assistant, Pro Bono Services provides clerical and substantive support to the Attorney Director of Pro Bono Services.  Duties include answering questions from the public regarding pro bono assistance and opportunities; providing clerical and substantive support to numerous NYSBA committees; supporting the Director in planning meetings, conferences and other events; developing a wide range of written materials for the department’s programs; and supporting the management of online databases and programs.  The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented, efficient, and organized.  Requirements include two to five years administrative experience, strong typing skills, excellent writing skills, and strong interpersonal skills.  A background in and/or interest in public service and experience in a legal setting is preferred.  

Report Writer/Data Analyst

The Report Writer/Data Analyst works closely with the IT team to develop, manage and distribute organizational reports and data files. The position will be responsible for extracting and analyzing raw data, and developing professional reports based on a sound understanding of report objectives. The position demands knowledge in database systems, SQL, and reporting tools. Requirement include: 3 to 5 years’ experience in complex database management with preference given to experience with SQL Server and iMIS products; 2 to 4 years’ experience designing, developing and generating reports from a relational database application. Database design, deployment and management experience is highly desirable; Preferred: General knowledge of programming in an ASP.Net/C# environment; Excellent written and verbal communications skills; Ability to work successfully in a team environment and independently; Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.