NFC is looking to hire an employment law Associate for our Chatham, New Jersey office.  This position will be filled by a highly motivated, detail-oriented individual who excels in a fast paced, entrepreneurial environment that values top-quality work and positive contributions to the workplace.  This particular position is perfect for an employment attorney seeking a position that is primarily non-litigation. While some litigation work will be required, the position is focused on a wide range of advisory work, similar to an in-house attorney role.

Hours: Full-Time (1,800 Billable Hours – with option to discuss flexibility in hours)   

Classification:  Exempt Position

Location: Hybrid – work in NFC’s Chatham, NJ office a minimum of two (2) days per week.  Under NFC’s current hybrid model (which is subject to change), in-office days are every Wednesday,  with a second day on either Tuesday or Thursday. Must be flexible and willing to work in person for additional days as needed for coverage and/or other business needs.

Essential Functions:

Applicants should ideally have approximately 3 years of substantive employment law experience with a strong interest in providing employment law advice and working on employment law litigations.

Primary responsibilities include providing employment law advice to NFC’s private sector corporate clients in New Jersey and New York.  In addition, the associate in this role will be expected to work on some employment-law related litigations.

Work shall include but not be limited to:

Skills Required:

Salary Range (based on full-time):  150k (2 years experience) – 165k (8 years experience)

The Firm is providing this good faith salary range to comply with applicable law. The applicant’s final salary will depend on a number of factors including the applicant’s skills, experience, and years of practicing employment law.


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