Talent Director (Legal)
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Our Talent Directors work in a team environment and have responsibility for negotiating and developing business with new and current clients. Talent Directors market our services via video, telephone and by conducting in-person meetings with hiring managers and decision-makers in accounting and finance departments. Additional responsibilities include: recruiting, interviewing and matching highly skilled legal professionals with clients’ projects, contract assignments and contract to full-time opportunities; managing ongoing engagements to deliver outstanding customer service to both clients and candidates; providing ongoing communication and career guidance to candidates; and participating in local trade association and networking events to increase Robert Half’s presence in the local business community.
Legal degree preferred.
5+ years' experience working in legal environment is preferred.
Successful candidates will have excellent business development, recruiting, negotiation, communication and problem-solving skills.
Ability to define and discuss project requirements with senior-level executives.
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We’ve been committed to equal opportunity for all since Day One
Our commitment to equal opportunity has been central to our company since the beginning. In fact, Robert Half, our founder, was a catalyst for positive change in the employment industry back in the 1960s. He lobbied against discriminatory hiring policies that were common at the time and led the successful effort to eliminate separate ...