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Practising Law Institute Library Relations Coordinator in New York, New York

PLI educates and informs lawyers and other professionals with innovative programs, publications, podcasts, and additional resources. With a sterling reputation developed over 90 years, PLI is a trusted source of professional development and knowledge for the legal community. A nonprofit organization, PLI is also known for its dedication to providing pro bono training and resources to ensure access to justice.Join PLI and represent the legal community's premier provider of continuing education and research services as a Library Relations Coordinator in our New York City office. Work in a collaborative environment that prides itself on a genuine commitment to a work-life balance (3+ weeks of vacation days and hybrid remote/in-person schedules for most roles!). The Library Relations Coordinator's primary job is to assist in the daily department functions and to support PLI in its mission. In addition to the day-to-day administrative tasks and ongoing work with our print, digital single title, and PLUS customers, this position will get involved in special projects. This requires a candidate who has strong communication skills and can prioritize work and be flexible.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES- Daily administrative tasks- Interface with customers in-person, by phone, and email.- Support customer retention of PLI PLUS and PLI PLUS usage campaigns- Handle day-to-day details of print and digital single title subscriptions- Coordinate course adoptions and student order process- Create and update documentation and training guides to support the department and PLI- Support industry events and conferences to promote PLI- Special projects, as assigned- Perform other related tasks as requested by supervisor.QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS- Bachelor's Degree is required- Two to four years of administrative experience- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills- Attention to detail and strong organizational skills- Excellent time management skills- Ability to set priorities and work on multiple projects at once- Ability to meet deadlines and work professionally under pressureYour benefits at PLIPLI offers a generous benefits package and is committed to creating an interesting, collegial, and supportive work environment:- Medical, dental and vision plans for employees and their families- Generous employer contribution to employee retirement savings account- Ample paid time off and holidays, summer Fridays- Flexible hybrid remote/in-person scheduling for most roles- Unlimited access to LinkedIn Learning web-based training along with other career development opportunities- Work-life balance initiatives- One-time $500 Home Office Allowance- Gym/Wellness Allowance of up to $300 each calendar yearCompensation Range for this position$50,000 - $53,000 per annum(Exact compensation offer may vary based on the candidate's job-related skills and work experience.)About PLIFounded in 1933, Practising Law Institute (PLI) is a nonprofit learning organization dedicated to keeping attorneys and professionals at the forefront of knowledge and expertise, as well as preparing them to fulfill their pro bono responsibilities.PLI delivers the highest quality, accredited, continuing legal and professional education programs in person and online, presented by more than 4,000 expert volunteer faculty members. Additionally, PLI publishes a comprehensive library of treatises, course handbooks, answer books, and journals, also available through the PLI PLUS online platform. The essence of PLI's mission is a commitment to the pro bono community, with scholarships and complimentary memberships available to qualified legal services organizations and individuals.More information about PLI may be found on our website .EEO StatementOnly those applicants who meet our requirements for this position will be contacted. Practising Law Institute is an equal opportunity employer.PLI is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any candidate based on race, religious creed, color, national origin, ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, military and veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other factor protected by federal, state or local law.