Indianapolis, IN, United States
Is your current position just a “job?” Do you know you can do better? The law can be an exciting and fulfilling profession, but you need to find the right firm in which to bring out the best in you. Thanks for taking the time to read about our firm. You have taken the first step in changing your professional and personal life. Intrigued? Keep reading.
What do we need from you? Our threshold requirements are 2+ years in litigation experience, preferably plaintiff or defense personal injury. You must have drafted and argued motions, taken depositions and ideally, taken cases to jury trial. The compensation package will be tailored to your level of experience, but will involve a base salary plus a percentage of your results. While this is an associate position, we are always willing to hire trial lawyers laterally and will pay accordingly.
You must be proficient in Microsoft Office suite as well as Adobe. You must be comfortable in learning and using our case management system, Smart Advocate. If you don’t have experience in some specific items, be forthright and honest. You will learn how to do all of these things.
Here is a non-exhaustive list of essential responsibilities:
Don’t just tell us you possess these qualities, show us how your past work experience demonstrates these characteristics. Explain how your personal interests reinforce these traits. Show us, don’t tell us. We do a thorough job in the hiring process to ensure the right people work for the firm and maintain the firm culture. If you make it through the hiring process, we expect you will work here for a long time.
Please submit a resume as well as a cover letter explaining why this position suits you to apply@McCreadyLaw.com. All submissions are held in the strictest confidence. Certain candidates will undergo a 10-minute phone interview. It’s your chance to make a good impression over the phone. For those who pass this phase, we will ask for references and a detailed submission of your past work experience. We also employ personality testing.
We expect you will research a little about who we are and what we do prior to your phone interview, so don’t try to wing it. Review www.McCreadylaw.com.
Finally, we will invite a certain number of applicants for an in-person interview. We are busy, so we would not invite you to interview unless we were seriously considering you for the position. As you can see, this process takes a lot of our time and it will take your time. We want to hire the best candidate and one who wants to work for us, not someone whose attitude is any job will do.
If this opportunity sounds intriguing, inspiring or just plain too crazy to be true, send that resume now!