The Practice Group Manager is intended to be the “chief of staff” to the Firm’s leaders assisting with internal operations, attorney development, professional staff management, and other similar responsibilities to support the Firm’s goals and the continued success of NFC.   The Practice Group Manager is expected to perform all responsibilities listed below with a strong level of engagement and commitment to providing superior service to the Firm’s professionals.

Hours: This is a full-time job.  Firm business hours are generally Monday – Friday 9AM – 5PM but the role requires flexibility to work outside of business hours based on Firm needs. 

Location: The individual in this role is expected to work on the Firm’s current hybrid schedule, working in the Chatham, NJ office two days a week (currently Wednesday required plus either Tuesday or Thursday).  This hybrid schedule is subject to change based on the needs of the Firm.  

Classification: Exempt Position

Reports to: Head of Counseling Department

Essential Functions:

Skills Required:

Salary Range (based on full-time):  Starting at $115k – $125k

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 and experience.


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