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Part-Time Legal Administrator

Legal | New York, NY | Part Time

Job Description

Sesame Workshop is looking for a Part-Time Legal Administrator.  Are you an ambitious, hard worker who enjoys being part of a tight-knit team? Can you picture yourself helping others in a corporate environment? If you answered “yes” to any of the above, then this job is for you!

We’re looking for people with enthusiastic personalities, articulate communication skills and a detail-oriented mentality, to play a key role within our Legal Department team. An ideal Part-Time Legal Administrator at Sesame Workshop will be excited about working in a multi-tasking environment. An employee working with the Legal Department will attain hands-on experience about the deal-making process from the legal perspective.

Please note:  This is a part-time position; 3 days/wk. Temporary (6 months, initially).  You will be working remotely for the foreseeable future.

 

Your Focus:

Some of the things you may be focusing on as a Part-Time Legal Administrator: 

  • Updates various databases including the contract tracking log, contract request system, document management system, etc.
  • Maintains the paper and digital filing systems
  • Supports management of document workflow
  • Processes digital and/or physical signatures on documents and ensures relevant third parties receive documents in a timely fashion
  • Coordinates and arranges meetings
  • Assists department with planning & preparing of various events
  • Participates in department meetings and other meetings/seminars
  • Maintains legal records and compiles reports from databases
  • Performs client service functions by answering internal client requests, questions, and issues
  • Performs administrative and office support for the Legal Department and fulfills other tasks as assigned

 


Requirements:  

  • Must have the legal right to work in the United States.
  • Experience in an administrative or coordinator role.
  • Effective oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills, and computer and systems literacy.


Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity