LAW OFFICE MANAGEMENT POSITION/ACCOUNTING, FACILITIES & STAFFING

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Our client is a 10 lawyer full service law firm located in North Vancouver.  The firm was formed over 35 years ago and is once again going through a new growth period in 2022.  The founding partner has been providing service to a loyal clientele in the areas of Wills, Estates and Trusts, Business Law and Real Estate since the firm’s inception.  The firm’s litigation partner and associates have busy general civil litigation practices to service their growing clientele and long-time loyal clients.  In August of 2020 the firm moved to their present location, which is centrally located near transportation, and which boasts a gorgeous outdoor patio with a mountain view as an ideal setting for their longtime staff’s lunch and social breaks.  Recently, the firm’s business practices were augmented by their newest practitioner, formerly a solicitor in New York, and who was recently engaged within the Vancouver office of a large international law firm, who has practiced international law and cross-border business law for over ten years.  It’s an exciting time for the firm!

The firm is currently recruiting a Management Support position to assist their present Accountant/Manager who has seen her job grow significantly in recent times.  This position presents a great opportunity for a Law Office Accountant/Junior Manager who is looking for an opportunity, perhaps closer to home, to work with the present Manager and assist with the firm’s growth.

Responsibilities include taking on some of the full cycle accounting duties and provides an opportunity to grow your career with the firm.  If you have law office full cycle accounting experience, an interest in facilities management, and would enjoy working with a diverse team of professionals and support staff in Human Resources, please contact us with your resume.  We’d be happy to discuss the position with you!

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

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