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Are you a skilled Development Professional who believes in lending your skills to end hunger? If so, consider being the Vice President of Development for the San Francisco Marin Food Bank.

The SF Marin Food Bank is comprised of a dedicated team of approximately 150 staff working collaboratively to provide close to 50 million pounds of food to over 210,000 people in the Bay Area – a region where 1 in 4 people are at risk of hunger. We are currently looking for a Vice President of Development to help with overseeing a complex, multi-channel development department that delivers against the organizations mission to end hunger. See the job description below and apply today if you would like to join us in our mission to end hunger.

POSITION PURPOSE

SF-Marin Food Bank is seeking a Vice President of Development to strategically lead the organization’s fund development department to meet its current goal of raising $22 million annually in support of its annual operating budget of $29 million. In addition, the Food Bank has undertaken a $40 million capital campaign.

The Vice President of Development oversees, manages, and directs all individual, corporate, and foundation fundraising activities for SFMFB. S/he leads the 28-person Development team to meet the fundraising and marketing goals of the organization.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND BASIC DUTIES

Fundraising


  • Develop and lead a comprehensive and diverse fund development strategy to sustain and grow the revenue of SFMFB.

  • Leverage existing Food Bank staff and relationships to advance the development office, expand the major gifts program, and develop a plan to scale revenue over the next decade to support increasing operations in San Francisco and Marin.

  • Inspire and motivate the Development Team to achieve fundraising goals.

  • Develop and manage the annual fundraising budget and work plan, track, and report results.

  • Together with the Senior Director of Development and the Director of Leadership Gifts, broaden and develop robust major gifts and planned giving programs and assist in the identification, cultivation and solicitation of major donors and planned gift donors.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Annual Fund as they plan and execute direct mail and online campaigns.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Community Engagement as they plan and execute special events, community engagement efforts and volunteer programs.

  • Ensure the identification, cultivation, and solicitation of institutional supporters.

  • Oversee the work of the Director of Development Operations and assure the strong management of the donor database and the prompt, accurate acknowledgment, and recognition of donor contributions.

  • Ensure that donor management systems are fully utilized and that underlying donor cultivation strategies are fully supported through appropriate leveraging of technology and best practices.

  • Involve the Executive Director, Board members and other SFMFB staff in fundraising activities, as appropriate.

  • Keep up with trends in philanthropy to keep SFMFB on the forward edge of acquiring donor support.

  • Serve to staff and provide leadership to the Board of Director’s Development Steering Committee to achieve SFMFB goals.

Capital Campaign


  • The VP of Development will be expected to advance the Food Bank’s fundraising capacity by leading a major capital campaign to raise $40 million (currently at 61% of goal) over and above the annual budget, with guidance and support from the Campaign Director.

  • Work closely with prominent community leaders serving on the Development Steering Committee to help them identify, cultivate, and solicit their own networks.

  • Serve as a liaison between executive team, campaign staff, Development Steering Committee, and the board of directors with regards to the campaign.

Public Awareness


  • Oversee the work of the Director of Marketing and Communications, who leads public outreach activities, including advertising and media campaigns related to fund raising efforts or promoting awareness about SFMFB and its impact on ending hunger; the maintenance and expansion of SFMFB’s website and social network activities;

  • Make public presentations and appeals to prospective corporate, foundation and individual funders.

  • Represent SFMFB at community functions as appropriate.

Staff Management


  • Model a leadership style that is open, supportive, and encouraging to staff, treating team members as respected colleagues.

  • Recruit for open team positions, thoughtfully crafting a team structure that further supports the work of the entire team.

  • Set a strong vision for the Development Team, including clear priorities, objectives, and measurable goals.

  • Provide strong professional development support for the Development Team and mentor individuals toward greater professional achievement.

  • Maintain a strong team esprit de corps and a healthy working environment within the department.

  • Foster an environment that values and rewards collaboration, leadership, excellence, accountability, and mutual respect.

Organizational Support


  • Participate on the senior management team to provide leadership and direction for SFMFB’s policies, programs, and operations.

  • Support future growth efforts of the organization by participating in strategic planning activities.

  • Provide ongoing fundraising campaign reporting and analysis to the management team and the Board.

PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS


  • Appropriate policies and procedures are maintained and updated on a yearly basis.

  • Revenue targets are met or exceeded.

  • Reputation of organization is maintained or enhanced.

QUALIFICATIONS


  • Proven experience leading a successful Devlopment Department.

  • Broad-based experience securing major institutional or principal gifts for a $20+ million nonprofit organization, with experience managing a team of fundraisers.

  • Track record of success driving long-range strategies for a complex giving program.

  • Minimum of ten years managing large-scale direct mail and online fundraising campaigns, preferably for nonprofit organizations

  • Proven ability to acquire, cultivate and solicit donors for annual gifts, and to sustain and grow donor relationships; ability to assess and measure outcomes.

  • Expertise with developing and using financial analysis and donor reports to inform strategic decisions.

  • Strong strategic thinking and leadership skills; ability to develop and monitor work plans and budgets; experience managing multiple projects with multiple stakeholders simultaneously.

  • Experience designing, structuring, closing, and stewarding, complex, multi-year funding agreements; knowledge of major local foundations and human services funders.

  • Sensitivity and commitment to working with and serving a diverse community.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK ENVIRONMENT:

(The physical and environmental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

ENVIRONMENT: Standard office

FINGER DEXTERITY: Requires typing on standard computer.

TALKING: Ability to speak on phone and face to face.

HEARING: Able to hear average or normal conversations and receive ordinary information.

REPETITIVE MOTIONS: Frequent and regular movements using the wrists, hands, and fingers.

AVERAGE VISUAL ABILITIES: Average, ordinary, visual acuity necessary to view computer screens and documents.

PHYSICAL STRENGTH: NOT APPLICABLE.

COMMUNICATION AND COGNITIVE REQUIREMENTS

REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems. Ability to interpret instructions.

MATHEMATICS ABILITY: Ability to perform basic math skills, use decimals to compute ratios and percentages, and to draw and interpret graphs.

LANGUAGE ABILITY: Fluency in English. Demonstrated excellence in writing and editing.

SALARY: Competitive pay based on qualifications and experience

BENEFITS: Medical, dental, life, long-term disability, and 403(b) retirement plan with employer base and matching contribution. Generous holidays, vacation, and sick time.

The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.


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 ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEW  The Achievable Foundation (Achievable) is a nonprofit Federal Qualified Community Health Center whose mission is to provide high quality, integrated care to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, their families, and other vulnerable populations.   

JOB SUMMARY  Reporting to the CEO the Operations Manager is responsible for directing day-to- day operations. Monitors compliance with internal policies and procedures, contractual requirements and external regulatory guidelines. Directly supervises LVN, medical records, referrals, care coordination, and call center staff.    

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES ● Responsible for the day to day operations, ensuring health center is staffed appropriately  ● Serves as a liaison between the practice and the administration to ensure quality patient care, excellent customer satisfaction, efficient operations ● Serves as lead staff member on the preparation of external audits (i.e. HRSA site visits, health plans, MHLA), assists with facility review, chart review and personnel review. ● Develops and maintains effective operational systems to file, track, and monitor contracts and associated regulatory requirements and submissions ● Implements corrective action plans as result of any findings ● Develops, implements, and enforces policies and oversee the staffs’ compliance to policies ● Monitor key performance indicators and prepare information for discussion during weekly leadership meetings ● Serves as an integral member of the Quality Improvement Committee ● Serves as a liaison between HRSA and Achievable ● Recruits, hires, supervises, evaluates, and as necessary disciplines direct reports ● Oversees the referral process to ensure timely access to specialty care ● Oversees call center, ensuring calls are answered in a timely manner and are handled appropriately and efficiently ● Reviews, approves, and submits timely staff timesheets for payroll processing ● Provides training for staff both in a group setting as well as one-on-one ● Reviews, approves and manages time off requests to ensure appropriate staffing levels ● In conjunction with HR, tracks and maintains licensure and certification for all team member requirements to ensure compliance ● Works with management team to ensure operations and relations are effective     ● Attends required meetings and participates in committees as requested ● Fosters an environment of collaboration, professionalism, patient/colleague safety, quality care, continuous improvement and reward and recognition ● Performs other duties as assigned   

QUALIFICATIONS  ● Bachelor degree in management or healthcare administration, or equivalent work experience ● A minimum of three to five years’ experience working in ambulatory care setting, FQHCs preferred  ● Leadership/management experience required ● Supervisory experience is required ● Must have the ability to decipher complex systems and information in order to provide easy to understand summaries for staff, patients, or the general public ● Must have knowledge of factors impacting patient flow in order to streamline processes ● Must possess an understanding of private and public health plans ● Must have a working knowledge of personal computer applications; knowledge of electronic health records is a plus ● Ability to maintain patient confidentiality and adhere to HIPAA regulations ● Must be able to interact with people of various socioeconomic statuses  ● Ability to address sensitive issues with tact and diplomacy ● Strong communication skills both verbal and written ● Ability to train one-on-one and in-group settings ● Ability to have strong organizational skills and be able to work with frequent interruptions or shifting priorities     

PHYSICAL DEMANDS While performing the essential functions of this job, the incumbent must be able to do the following: stand for extended periods; sit for extended periods; bend and reach for filing and other job-related functions; climb up and down stairs; bend, stoop, and lift to move and retrieve materials; pull, push, and lift; reach both above and below shoulder height. Specific visual abilities include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. Must be able to visually inspect work. Manual dexterity to operate computer and other office equipment required.    The physical demands described above are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made. 

Interested candidate should send cover letter and resume via email to employment@achievable.org. Please be sure to include the job title in the subject line.     

 


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Job Brief


This hybrid position is responsible for overseeing ClearPoint’s day to day operations, standard procedures and the overall efficiency of the bank in addition to planning, implementing, managing and controlling the administrative, financial and risk management aspects of the bank. The COO/CFO will oversee all operational, technological and financial activities of the bank, report directly to the President and serve as a key member of the senior management team.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Other duties may be assigned.


Operations


1. Oversee all operational areas of the bank, including trust processing, reporting and information technology and implement best practices.


2. Provide leadership and direction to supervised areas staff. Ensures that staff is well trained, effective and optimally used. Monitors individual performance and effectiveness.


3. Participate in key decisions as a member of the senior management team


4. Oversees all customer pricing and manages cost models


5. Maintain key vendor relationships


Risk Management


1. Understand and mitigate key elements of the Bank's risk profile


2. Evaluate interest rate model outputs, and provide analysis for the investment committee


3. Report risk issues to the audit committee


4. Maintain relations with external auditors and investigate their findings and recommendations


Planning


1. Provide leadership in evaluating short-term and long-term strategic objectives


2. Collaborates with senior management team to formulate the company's future direction and support tactical initiatives


3. Develop financial and corporate tax strategies and performance measures that support the company's strategic direction


4. Oversee the capital request, budgeting and forecasting processes


5. Oversee employee benefit plans


Financial Information


1. Oversee the issuance of financial information. Review any financial information being released to potential investors or others outside the company.


2. Ensure credibility of Finance group by providing timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial trends and forecasts in order to assist the President, the Board, and other senior managers in performing their responsibilities


3. Report financial results and analyses to the board of directors


4. Ensure that effective internal controls are in place and ensure compliance with GAAP and applicable federal, state and local regulatory laws and rules for financial and tax reporting


 


Funding / Treasury


1. Ensure that sufficient funds are available to meet ongoing operational and capital investment requirements


2. Maintain banking relationships


3. Invest excess funds and manage the Bank’s investment portfolio


4. Monitor 401-K investment options


5. Advise management on the liquidity aspects of its short- and long-range planning


6. Maintain a system of policies and procedures that impose an adequate level of control over treasury activities


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS


· Bachelor’s degree in finance, business administration or related field or equivalent work experience.


· Seven years of financial institution experience with an emphasis on operations and finance.


· Working knowledge of bank regulations and services, trust or deathcare experience a plus.


· Experience with financial analysis and customer pricing


· Excellent interpersonal, leadership and supervisory skills. Five years’ experience managing others.


· Demonstrated problem solving, decision making and communication skills, both written and spoken


· Ability to work in a team environment


· Continuous improvement mindset. Must take initiative and address issues proactively.


· Ability to coordinate and complete multiple tasks in a timely and efficient manner


 


Company Description

ClearPoint is an industry leader in fiduciary services, investment management, recordkeeping and reporting, with regulatory and compliance expertise. ClearPoint is independently owned and operated, and has been serving funeral homes and cemetery professionals since 1998.


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How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skill set, share your skill set and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


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Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skill set, share your skill set and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


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Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


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Job DescriptionChota Community Health Services (CCHS) is seeking an experienced professional to build and manage the structures of the day-to-day activities of a fast-paced health center as well as partner with senior leadership, clinical partners, and key community stakeholders. The COO must be hands-on, lead by example, and motivate the staff to deliver measurable, accountable, cost-effective results that further the mission of CCHS. * Should be a self-motivated leader, position includes providing instruction and supervision of multiple departments. This includes monitoring compliance of policies and procedures and productivity of assigned personnel. * Demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively and efficiently, position includes preparing reports and correspondence required to conduct the business of CCHS. * Ability to multi-task and detail oriented, position includes assisting in the development of policies, procedures, and required forms. * Promotes a team-based approach to delivering high quality, cost-efficient care where patient satisfaction and improved health outcomes are the primary goals. * Demonstrates high level of business acumen, position includes participation in the development and of short-term and long-term strategic plans based upon broad goals and objectives. * Should be a servant leader, position includes attending community and/or staff meetings, as assigned or requested, and informs the CEO of the proceedings at the meetings attended and recommends action as necessary. B.S. in Health Care Administration or Business Administration, Masters preferred and 2 years supervisory experience. You may request a complete job description by contacting the HR department at CCHS. Qualified applicants must successfully pass pre-employment drug screenings and background check. Applicants must not be excluded from participation in Medicare or Medicaid and all other Federal Healthcare Programs. Chota Community Health Services is an equal opportunity employer who complies with applicable State and Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran or disability status.


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Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skill set, share your skill set and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skill set, share your skill set and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skill set, share your skill set and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skill set, share your skill set and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skill set, share your skill set and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


See full job description

Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


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HCRN is an independent nonprofit contract research organization based in Indianapolis, Ind., that specializes in early phase, multi-center, investigator-initiated oncology clinical trials. Our studies are conducted through a nationwide network of more than 450 academic and community sites.



  • Work closely with the Executive Director and other management to support company operations by helping supervise the execution of projects and oversee protocol development.

  • Manages a team of people, including department directors. Provides mentoring and coaching of direct reports regularly and provides leadership to the entire team.

  • The ability to solve complex problems and use highly developed independent judgement relating to clinical trial regulations, guidelines, investigator and funder interactions, and timelines.

  • Prioritize project goals as assigned while continually developing the team

  • Plan, develop and implement strategy for operational management and protocol development for agreed organizational goals.

  • Develop and deliver accurate reports of operational metrics to the Executive Director

  • Work closely with the Executive Director to identify challenges in operational processes and develop strategies to improve overall efficiencies

  • Serve as a key member of the Executive team and participate in setting company strategy and operating goals. Translate strategy into operational plans.

  • Coordinate with Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs), biostatisticians, scientists and appropriate industry partners to generate protocol concepts and determine feasible clinical trial designs.

  • Build strong cross-functional internal and external relationships.

  • Participates in development and implementation of cross-departmental SOPs and processes.

  • Serve as a primary point of contact for Clinical Operations in cross-functional processes and disseminate information appropriately across the departments

  • Initiate and oversee continuous efforts in reviewing and identifying best practices among study teams and enforcing standardization among teams.

  • Effective management of multiple projects/priorities

  • The ability to initiate and lead departmental or interdepartmental strategic initiatives

  • The proven ability to think critically and creatively, and to be able to work independently to determine appropriate resources for resolution of complex problems

  • Plans and facilitates disease specific clinical trial working group (CTWG) meetings to advance research development for Big Ten CRC and HCRN. Plans and facilitates ad hoc CTWG calls/meetings when necessary for expedited reviews and/or pharma presentations.

  • Ensures agendas for CTWG meet the needs of the physicians/scientists and funders for teleconferences and in person meetings.

  • Ensures follow up minutes from CTWG meetings are accurate and sent out on a timely basis.

  • Assists with managing study development tracking system and enters protocol details and development events in study tracking system.

  • Acts as liaison with the Directors and other research collaborators (as required) in transitioning projects from the early development team to the operations team.

  • Collaborates with the Research Correlative Consultant as needed to ensure support for correlatives is provided to all members of CTWGs.

  • Serve as liaison between physicians and pharmaceutical partners to assist with streamlined letter of intent (LOI) submissions.

  • Facilitates initial budget creation for LOI pharmaceutical/funder portal submissions.

  • Strengthen relationships with HCRN research physicians in the CTWG’s to create a compelling connection that promotes practice-changing research ideas that are converted into well-funded, executable studies within the HCRN strategic framework

  • Support relationship management with strategic and niche pharma funders that will translate into better funded and increased quantity of investigator-initiated studies.

  • Categorize and manage funders according to the criteria that govern our relationships for the proper level of support, engagement, access, and flexibility of responsiveness.

  • Oversee the effective onboarding of new members sites, ensuring site understands the benefits of being an HCRN member.

  • Present CTWG opportunities to physicians within the network

  • Ensure member site engagement and help HCRN staff better understand site capabilities and capacity.


 


 



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How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


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Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


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Who We Are


TIME’S UP emerged from an international moment of reckoning when women, up and down the wage scale and across industries, came together and decided to turn their pain into action. We don’t just want to hold employers accountable when sexual harassment happens — we are committed to building a world where workplaces are safe, fair, and dignified for all women, across our complex and multi-faceted identities. We are led and guided by a diverse and committed board of directors and community of leaders working to achieve our mission by:



  • Preventing sexual harassment, abuse and other forms of discrimination before it starts and protecting workers when it happens;


  • Removing barriers so women have a fair shot at success and security;


  • Pioneering solutions that create more safe and equitable work conditions;


  • Challenging racist and sexist norms, policies, and practices that deepen existing inequities.



 


Role Summary


The Chief Operating Officer is a crucial role at TIME’S UP. This role partners closely with the President & CEO, the Governing Board and the rest of the senior leadership on all organizational matters including the vision and mission of TIME’S UP. They will lead design and execution of organizational programmatic priorities and strategic initiatives – short and longer-term.


The COO is responsible for operationalizing all programmatic functions – i.e. takes the mission and vision from ideas to execution. You will engage the TIME’S UP team, Governing Board, Global Leadership Board, industry steering committees and advocacy partners to shape the work. This includes leading, managing and coordinating teams to: launch innovative campaigns and initiatives that advocate for changes in culture, public policy and/or private sector practices; strengthen and expand TIME’S UP national network of stakeholders; strengthen and expand TIME’S UP industry-specific stakeholder engagement; build broad-reaching digital engagement and educational initiatives to engage and empower women workers with a particular emphasis on those who are most vulnerable; define the overarching strategy for TIME’S UP brand and messaging; and forge strategic partnerships, amongst other things.


 


Responsibilities:


Strategic Operations



  • Define and direct how program activities create large-scale, coordinated impact and systemic change for TIME’S UP Foundation and TIME’S UP Now, and in coordination with TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund and an emerging venture, TIME’S Forward.


  • Define and direct how TIME'S UP programs operate and relate to one another.


  • Anticipate and plan for strategic shifts, and facilitate subsequent shifts in programs and priorities.


  • Galvanize the team toward our shared mission, and support VPs and Directors in aligning their teams with the organization’s highest priorities.


  • Balance long-term initiatives with timely opportunities to create rapid impact.



 


Strategic Program Development



  • In partnership with the CEO and Chief Strategy & Policy Officer – maximize the vision, impact, effectiveness, and efficiency of TIME’S UP programs including educational and awareness initiatives, digital and in-person engagement initiatives, and advocacy campaigns that cross culture change, private sector change and public policy change.


  • Collaborate with TIME’S UP senior leadership and external network in developing the vision, strategy, and execution plans for new program development and the expansion of existing programs, with a commitment to excellence, growth, and results.


  • Work closely with the Chief Development Officer to develop and execute fundraising strategies for TIME’S UP programs.


  • Supervise key programmatic staff, including industry change teams, communications and digital teams, and oversee new program expansion; partner closely with the TIME’S UP Impact Lab team.



 


Network Relations & External Affairs



  • In partnership with CEO, Chief Strategy & Policy Officer and VPs of Industries, lead and manage growing relationships with key stakeholders, such as: Governing Board, Global Leadership Board, industry leaders, advocacy partners, amongst others.


  • In partnership with the CEO and Chief Financial Officer, assist in translating program priorities into budget and operations functions.


  • Oversee our ongoing efforts to ensure a diverse set of voices, representing workers up and down the wage scale and across sectors, with an emphasis on survivors, are engaged in key aspects of decision-making to help inform the work;


  • Engage with current and prospective funders to support the sustainability of programs and the organization at large, in collaboration with and under the guidance of Chief Development Officer.


  • Represent TIME’S UP at external events and in media, as requested.



 


Program Oversight and Organization Impact Evaluation



  • Commit to delivering the most high-impact programs.


  • Recruit and lead program staff committed to TIME’S UP’s mission and goals and to driving results.


  • Partner with the Chief Financial Officer to optimize TIME’S UP’s use of financial resources on program budgets.


  • Develop an organization-wide impact assessment to ensure the organization is fulfilling its mission and goals on an annual basis, potentially in collaboration with external partners.



 


People & Culture



  • Manage a cross-disciplinary team of Vice Presidents and Directors across the organization.


  • Advise on people development across the organization.


  • Actively coach and guide teams to help get work done.




  • Lead through an EDI (Equity, Diversity and Inclusion) lens, highly in-tune with intersectional matters.


  • Model leadership behavior with a focus on maintaining a culture of feedback, excellence, and service.


  • Mentor staff across the organization.



 


Minimum Requirements



  • Min of 15 years relevant experience, with at least 5 years in an executive leadership capacity; preferably within a non-profit organization, public sector entity or political or advocacy campaign


  • Demonstrated passion and day-to-day interest and expertise in intersectional women’s issues, policy, and culture with a commitment to diversity, inclusion, anti-sexism and anti-racism priorities


  • Demonstrated experience operationalizing an organization at the national level and running campaigns and/or national programs


  • Experience with managing complex budgets within a non-profit space.


  • Strategic thinking and demonstrated success in program innovation. Track record developing new programs and taking existing programs to higher levels


  • Proven project management skills and an innate ability to make things happen


  • Experience leading through transitions and growth


  • Comfortable adapting to shifting priorities and timelines


  • Deep creativity that permeates all aspects of your work


  • Airtight follow through (on tasks big and small) and exceptional organizational skills


  • Proven ability to work collaboratively as part of a team and to provide the mentoring and guidance needed to lead a team; ability to shelve ego in support of a larger cause


  • Able to demonstrate a high level of Emotional Intelligence


  • Proven track record managing within a results-based framework, delivering high-quality programs and leveraging data to drive continuous learning and program improvement


  • Exceptional managerial experience, with an inclusive and empathic leadership style, skills in group process, and talent for working with diverse staff using a strengths-based approach; preferably experienced with managing remote teams


  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and impeccable attention to detail


  • Strong desire to have fun at work while doing good!



 


Additional Information



  • Preferably based in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, or Washington, D.C.


  • Some travel required


  • A minimum starting salary of $275,000 will be provided to a successful candidate meeting the minimum requirements for the position



 


Where We Work



  • Women-inspired workplace


  • Great team with new mission and energy


  • Generous benefits package


  • Unlimited Paid Time Off


  • Work from home options



 


TIME’S UP is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


The ambitions of TIME’S UP are realized by TIME’S UP Now, an independent, nonpartisan, and not-for-profit 501(c)(4) charitable organization, and the TIME’S UP Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.


 


To apply, please send a ​resume​ and ​a cover letter that details your relevant experience​ to ​jobs@timesupnow.org by August 21, 2020. Thank you!


 


Company Description

TIME’S UP emerged from an international moment of reckoning when women came together and decided to turn their pain into action. We are an organization that insists on safe, fair, and dignified workplaces for all women by:
- preventing sexual harassment, abuse, retaliation and other forms of discrimination before it starts and protecting workers when it happens;
- removing barriers so women have a fair shot at success and security;
- increasing women's representation and power at every level of every industry — starting with entertainment, advertising, healthcare, and tech.
- challenging racist and sexist norms, policies, and practices that deepen existing inequities.


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How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


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Who We Are


TIME’S UP emerged from an international moment of reckoning when women, up and down the wage scale and across industries, came together and decided to turn their pain into action. We don’t just want to hold employers accountable when sexual harassment happens — we are committed to building a world where workplaces are safe, fair, and dignified for all women, across our complex and multi-faceted identities. We are led and guided by a diverse and committed board of directors and community of leaders working to achieve our mission by:



  • Preventing sexual harassment, abuse and other forms of discrimination before it starts and protecting workers when it happens;


  • Removing barriers so women have a fair shot at success and security;


  • Pioneering solutions that create more safe and equitable work conditions;


  • Challenging racist and sexist norms, policies, and practices that deepen existing inequities.



 


Role Summary


The Chief Operating Officer is a crucial role at TIME’S UP. This role partners closely with the President & CEO, the Governing Board and the rest of the senior leadership on all organizational matters including the vision and mission of TIME’S UP. They will lead design and execution of organizational programmatic priorities and strategic initiatives – short and longer-term.


The COO is responsible for operationalizing all programmatic functions – i.e. takes the mission and vision from ideas to execution. You will engage the TIME’S UP team, Governing Board, Global Leadership Board, industry steering committees and advocacy partners to shape the work. This includes leading, managing and coordinating teams to: launch innovative campaigns and initiatives that advocate for changes in culture, public policy and/or private sector practices; strengthen and expand TIME’S UP national network of stakeholders; strengthen and expand TIME’S UP industry-specific stakeholder engagement; build broad-reaching digital engagement and educational initiatives to engage and empower women workers with a particular emphasis on those who are most vulnerable; define the overarching strategy for TIME’S UP brand and messaging; and forge strategic partnerships, amongst other things.


 


Responsibilities:


Strategic Operations



  • Define and direct how program activities create large-scale, coordinated impact and systemic change for TIME’S UP Foundation and TIME’S UP Now, and in coordination with TIME’S UP Legal Defense Fund and an emerging venture, TIME’S Forward.


  • Define and direct how TIME'S UP programs operate and relate to one another.


  • Anticipate and plan for strategic shifts, and facilitate subsequent shifts in programs and priorities.


  • Galvanize the team toward our shared mission, and support VPs and Directors in aligning their teams with the organization’s highest priorities.


  • Balance long-term initiatives with timely opportunities to create rapid impact.



 


Strategic Program Development



  • In partnership with the CEO and Chief Strategy & Policy Officer – maximize the vision, impact, effectiveness, and efficiency of TIME’S UP programs including educational and awareness initiatives, digital and in-person engagement initiatives, and advocacy campaigns that cross culture change, private sector change and public policy change.


  • Collaborate with TIME’S UP senior leadership and external network in developing the vision, strategy, and execution plans for new program development and the expansion of existing programs, with a commitment to excellence, growth, and results.


  • Work closely with the Chief Development Officer to develop and execute fundraising strategies for TIME’S UP programs.


  • Supervise key programmatic staff, including industry change teams, communications and digital teams, and oversee new program expansion; partner closely with the TIME’S UP Impact Lab team.



 


Network Relations & External Affairs



  • In partnership with CEO, Chief Strategy & Policy Officer and VPs of Industries, lead and manage growing relationships with key stakeholders, such as: Governing Board, Global Leadership Board, industry leaders, advocacy partners, amongst others.


  • In partnership with the CEO and Chief Financial Officer, assist in translating program priorities into budget and operations functions.


  • Oversee our ongoing efforts to ensure a diverse set of voices, representing workers up and down the wage scale and across sectors, with an emphasis on survivors, are engaged in key aspects of decision-making to help inform the work;


  • Engage with current and prospective funders to support the sustainability of programs and the organization at large, in collaboration with and under the guidance of Chief Development Officer.


  • Represent TIME’S UP at external events and in media, as requested.



 


Program Oversight and Organization Impact Evaluation



  • Commit to delivering the most high-impact programs.


  • Recruit and lead program staff committed to TIME’S UP’s mission and goals and to driving results.


  • Partner with the Chief Financial Officer to optimize TIME’S UP’s use of financial resources on program budgets.


  • Develop an organization-wide impact assessment to ensure the organization is fulfilling its mission and goals on an annual basis, potentially in collaboration with external partners.



 


People & Culture



  • Manage a cross-disciplinary team of Vice Presidents and Directors across the organization.


  • Advise on people development across the organization.


  • Actively coach and guide teams to help get work done.




  • Lead through an EDI (Equity, Diversity and Inclusion) lens, highly in-tune with intersectional matters.


  • Model leadership behavior with a focus on maintaining a culture of feedback, excellence, and service.


  • Mentor staff across the organization.



 


Minimum Requirements



  • Min of 15 years relevant experience, with at least 5 years in an executive leadership capacity; preferably within a non-profit organization, public sector entity or political or advocacy campaign


  • Demonstrated passion and day-to-day interest and expertise in intersectional women’s issues, policy, and culture with a commitment to diversity, inclusion, anti-sexism and anti-racism priorities


  • Demonstrated experience operationalizing an organization at the national level and running campaigns and/or national programs


  • Experience with managing complex budgets within a non-profit space.


  • Strategic thinking and demonstrated success in program innovation. Track record developing new programs and taking existing programs to higher levels


  • Proven project management skills and an innate ability to make things happen


  • Experience leading through transitions and growth


  • Comfortable adapting to shifting priorities and timelines


  • Deep creativity that permeates all aspects of your work


  • Airtight follow through (on tasks big and small) and exceptional organizational skills


  • Proven ability to work collaboratively as part of a team and to provide the mentoring and guidance needed to lead a team; ability to shelve ego in support of a larger cause


  • Able to demonstrate a high level of Emotional Intelligence


  • Proven track record managing within a results-based framework, delivering high-quality programs and leveraging data to drive continuous learning and program improvement


  • Exceptional managerial experience, with an inclusive and empathic leadership style, skills in group process, and talent for working with diverse staff using a strengths-based approach; preferably experienced with managing remote teams


  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and impeccable attention to detail


  • Strong desire to have fun at work while doing good!



 


Additional Information



  • Preferably based in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, or Washington, D.C.


  • Some travel required


  • A minimum starting salary of $275,000 will be provided to a successful candidate meeting the minimum requirements for the position



 


Where We Work



  • Women-inspired workplace


  • Great team with new mission and energy


  • Generous benefits package


  • Unlimited Paid Time Off


  • Work from home options



 


TIME’S UP is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


The ambitions of TIME’S UP are realized by TIME’S UP Now, an independent, nonpartisan, and not-for-profit 501(c)(4) charitable organization, and the TIME’S UP Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.


 


To apply, please send a ​resume​ and ​a cover letter that details your relevant experience​ to ​jobs@timesupnow.org by August 21, 2020. Thank you!


 


Company Description

TIME’S UP emerged from an international moment of reckoning when women came together and decided to turn their pain into action. We are an organization that insists on safe, fair, and dignified workplaces for all women by:
- preventing sexual harassment, abuse, retaliation and other forms of discrimination before it starts and protecting workers when it happens;
- removing barriers so women have a fair shot at success and security;
- increasing women's representation and power at every level of every industry — starting with entertainment, advertising, healthcare, and tech.
- challenging racist and sexist norms, policies, and practices that deepen existing inequities.


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How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


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Job DescriptionChota Community Health Services (CCHS) is seeking an experienced professional to build and manage the structures of the day-to-day activities of a fast-paced health center as well as partner with senior leadership, clinical partners, and key community stakeholders. The COO must be hands-on, lead by example, and motivate the staff to deliver measurable, accountable, cost-effective results that further the mission of CCHS. * Should be a self-motivated leader, position includes providing instruction and supervision of multiple departments. This includes monitoring compliance of policies and procedures and productivity of assigned personnel. * Demonstrates the ability to communicate effectively and efficiently, position includes preparing reports and correspondence required to conduct the business of CCHS. * Ability to multi-task and detail oriented, position includes assisting in the development of policies, procedures, and required forms. * Promotes a team-based approach to delivering high quality, cost-efficient care where patient satisfaction and improved health outcomes are the primary goals. * Demonstrates high level of business acumen, position includes participation in the development and of short-term and long-term strategic plans based upon broad goals and objectives. * Should be a servant leader, position includes attending community and/or staff meetings, as assigned or requested, and informs the CEO of the proceedings at the meetings attended and recommends action as necessary. B.S. in Health Care Administration or Business Administration, Masters preferred and 2 years supervisory experience. You may request a complete job description by contacting the HR department at CCHS. Qualified applicants must successfully pass pre-employment drug screenings and background check. Applicants must not be excluded from participation in Medicare or Medicaid and all other Federal Healthcare Programs. Chota Community Health Services is an equal opportunity employer who complies with applicable State and Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, veteran or disability status.by Jobble


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The Davenport Companies, a Cape Cod-based family-owned and operated company for more than 60 years, has a once-in-a-career opportunity to join us as the Chief Operating Officer.


The Davenport Companies is Cape Cod’s largest private employer and includes a vastly diverse portfolio of businesses that include resorts, residential and commercial construction and rentals, fencing, independent and assisted living, recreation, and charitable giving, among others.


The desired candidate for the position of Chief Operating Officer must have a unique set of skills to manage and oversee a diverse and growing number of businesses and their respective workforces.


The COO must also have a strong background in operations and marketing and fully understand the latest technology that is needed in each individual business unit.


The COO reports directly to the CEO and will have responsibilities that include developing vision, goals, and growth strategies with the existing leadership team. The COO will also work closely with the CFO on all matters related to the businesses.


Additional skill sets include making focused and calm decisions in stressful situations, the ability to develop an understanding of all aspects of the company’s diverse business portfolio, fostering a welcoming and professional working environment and ensuring all team members and their ideas are respected.


Established in 1956, The Davenport Companies is a fourth-generation, family-owned and operated business with headquarters in South Yarmouth, Massachusetts. Over 1,300 dedicated individuals deliver exceptional service and products at more than a dozen companies throughout New England and beyond. Apply to: careers@redjacketresorts.com



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How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth-focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skillset, share your skillset and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5 pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management, and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


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Job Description


How to Apply: We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


 


About How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm


How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm is a fast-growing and highly-entrepreneurial business management, personal development and coaching company, specializing in solo and small law firms. Inc. Magazine has named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm to its list of the 5,000 fastest growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work".


We are very much a “start-up” with a fast-paced growth focused environment. Working with us can prove to be the best job you ever had or the most frustrating depending on your flexibility, team-spirit, commitment to our clients and your realistic expectations about what it’s like to work in a fast-paced growing business.





About the Position


You will function as a practice management advisor, coach, confidant, leader, guide and mentor for up to 30 owners of solo law firms who are already enrolled in our program(s). You will be part of a team consisting of yourself and up to two other team members who serve as the Fractional C-Suite for our clients to help them address different parts of their business.


Owners of large law firms have the benefit of a Managing Partner (or Chief Executive Officer) and a Chief Operating Officer, among others, to drive the creation, review and continual improvement of the law firm’s business plan, marketing strategy, financial controls and systems development efforts.


Solo and small law firm owners benefit greatly when we provide them with similar assistance by providing them with the strategic direction and accountability they need to drive the growth of their firm, then help them build the infrastructure to accommodate that growth as well. We provide that assistance by having members of our team serve as their outside CEO, COO & CFO.


It will be your job to lead this team as the Fractional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or Fractional Chief Operations Officer (COO) for our clients. You will be the primary guide for our clients to help them navigate our curriculum, ascending up and through our various programs, which guide a solo law firm from start-up to 7 figures of revenue.


More specifically, it will be your job to use our methods combined with your own life-experience, creativity and intelligence to understand and help each of our clients reach the next stage of their law firm’s growth.




  • Fractional CEO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional CEO for our clients, your principal role will be to hold the client’s business plan in your hand. You will help them create a written business plan and marketing plan designed to drive the growth and profitability of their firm for the next 18 months, then give them the focus, direction & accountability to work that plan, one step at a time, to bring it into fruition. As the team leader of the client’s Fractional C-Suite, you will also coordinate the efforts of the client’s Fractional COO & Fractional CFO to help build out the systems and financial controls that serve as an integral part of the business plan and strategy for growth.


  • Fractional COO Role: If your background and experience best lend itself to you serving in the role of a Fractional COO for our clients, your principal role will be to help clients build their infrastructure and understand the best practices for running a law firm. You will help them design systems and create policies and procedures that empower them to standardize their firm’s operations and hire an A+ team that will help them create a true business (vs. a mere practice) that’s bigger than they are. As part of this, you will help them break free of the mindset of a typical legal technician and start to see the world more clearly as a true entrepreneur and manager.


When they tell you they don’t have time to work the plan, or that basic marketing principals don’t apply to their specific law firm for some reason, it will be your job to coach them through those excuses and help them remove the roadblocks that are standing between where they are now and where they need to be.


As part of this job, you will measure assigned-client-progress and hold assigned clients accountable for taking positive actions in the direction of their stated goals. Your compensation will be positively-affected by the success of our clients assigned to you.


 


Duties and responsibilities



  • Provide individual coaching to your assigned client load of up to 30 attorneys who each receive strategic check-in call every week.

  • Respond to phone calls from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Respond to emails from clients in less than 24 hours M-F

  • Review client discussion forum M-F and post as appropriate

  • Participate in training and development calls as scheduled to improve your skill set, share your skill set and be able to deliver the same message to the client base as intended in the company curriculum.

  • Keep detailed notes on your coaching contacts with clients to document their progress, issues, advice, etc. and use our software program to document this in case you get hit by a bus just like you would want if another member of the team got hit by a bus and it was you that had to take over their caseload

  • Provide reports on the progress of your assigned clients to your Lead Coach.

  • Make available coaching times for clients that will include some after 5pm time slots to accommodate client needs especially clients in different time zones.

  • Contribute to the knowledge base of the firm including any or all of the following: write an article, develop a tool or system to share with the clients, create a process, document an explanation, conduct a lesson by teleconference, perform an interpretive dance, etc. (We welcome and encourage creativity – just contribute.)


  • Lead/facilitate/participate in group conference calls/webinars as requested from time to time in areas you have particular expertise


 


Collaborating within a distributed workforce


This is a remote/virtual position. Other than our live quarterly team meetings (discussed below) this job can be done from your home office. With that said, while a virtual environment lends itself to a great deal of flexibility and efficiencies that are highly prized by most members of our team, this is a very full-time job – requiring over 40 hours per week (often 50 hours per week, for many on our team) for the average Management Advisor to execute successfully.


Each quarter our firm hosts a conference for our members (with hundreds in attendance at each event) at an upscale hotel in locations that rotate across the country. You will be expected to attend these meetings each quarter to maintain close connections with the clients assigned to you, keep yourself apprised of what we are teaching them, and learn all the inside jokes and nuances that keep this community of highly-entrepreneurial lawyers tightly-bound.


You will also be expected to attend weekly team meetings by videoconference for ongoing training, education and to discuss and hear being discussed any “problem cases” you need to remain aware of, and engage in reporting and other conference calls with the other members of the team to keep us all in the loop and ensure each of our clients feels the benefits of having a true collaborative team on their side.


 


Qualifications



  • You should have practical, hands-on experience with the start-up, management and growth of a small business, preferably a small law firm.

  • Ideally, you have already read and are a big fan of “The E-myth Revisited”

  • You must be able to demonstrate credible evidence that you are a person who is capable of helping another human being to do what they probably don’t want to do, in order to accomplish what they really do want to accomplish.

  • Experience systemizing a business in terms of Marketing, Sales, Production, People, Physical Plant, Metrics and Money.


To get a flavor for the type of professional backgrounds that make it through our hiring process and come to work with us, check out the bios of some of our existing team members at https://howtomanageasmalllawfirm.com/our-departments/.


 


Compensation


Though this job can be performed remotely, this is a full-time, six-figure, salaried W-2 position within How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm. Your compensation will be based on the number of clients you are coaching and how you help them perform, with target compensation being between $110,000 to $140,000 plus full medical and 401K. Opportunities to carve out bonuses and promotion opportunities within the organization to increase your salary above $140,000 are also possible over time.


 


How to Apply


We do not accept applications made directly through ZipRecruiter. In fact, we won't even see them if you try. So, if you're interested in applying to this position, please do so at http://HTMadvisor.com


Once you submit your resume, you should get an email response right away with a confirmation and some information about the next steps. Please check your junk mail folder, as that initial confirmation email tends to get caught by spam filters a frustrating percentage of the time.


Company Description

Inc. Magazine named How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm as one the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States every year since 2015. We've also been named by Inc as one of the "Best Places To Work". How To Manage A Small Law Firm is the largest and fastest-growing provider of outside management services to solo & small law firms in the United States. We currently help to manage more than 400 solo & small law firms in just about every practice area you can imagine with lawyers who come from all walks of life. To learn more about our company and what we do please visit www.HowToMANAGEaSmallLawFirm.com


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