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Corporate Practice Manager – London Hybrid

  • Job Type :

    Permanent

    Full-Time

  • Salary : Up to £80,000 + Fantastic Benefits

A prestigious magic circle law firm is looking to hire a new Corporate Practice Manager to work across the London and international offices, providing support to the Group Co-Heads, COO and Corporate practice in planning and delivering the global Corporate practice group’s strategy and operations.  The role is offering a salary of up to £80,000 plus excellent benefit and a 60:40 agile working split.

 

Responsibilities for the Corporate Practice Manager will include participating in the ongoing implementation of the global Corporate strategy, including prioritising and ensuring timely follow up on issues for the Global Corporate Co-Heads, supporting the review of and feedback on business plans prepared by the Global Corporate groups and ensuring follow up on issues by the Corporate Board or as part of other Partner discussions, supporting the partner compensation process, working closely with the Global Corporate Co-Heads, COO and Global Heads of HR and Finance to manage points, gates, ladders and the core ladder progression process, planning and supporting partner reviews globally, including follow up to ensure objectives are agreed and recorded, planning and organising the annual Corporate PSC process alongside the Global Head of HR, including support for global Corporate PSC candidates, for example through the practice group adviser programme, supporting on lateral partner hires.  Other duties include being secretary to the Global Corporate Board, including preparation of materials and minutes for the Global Corporate Partners and ensuring agreed actions are followed up on a timely basis, being responsible for internal communications, including departmental updates, slides for partner conferences / global partner calls, minutes of meetings and presentations to associates, planning office visits for example preparing for associate town halls and partner meetings, linking in with relevant partners for client visits, arranging meetings, recording and monitoring actions and follow up.

 

The successful Corporate Practice Manger must have previous Practice Management, Operations Management or Secretarial Management experience within a professional services organisation, ideally within a law firm, with the ability to drive the agenda and influence others.  In addition the successful candidate must have the ability to implement HR and other firm policies, interpret financial repots and have excellent written, communication and organisational skills.  A salary of up to £80,000 is on offer plus fantastic benefits.