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Ice Miller's current job openings in our professional staff team are listed below. 

Please direct any questions or inquiries to the Firm's Staff Hiring & Development Supervisor, Ashley Davis.

Ice Miller is an equal opportunity employer. This means the Firm maintains a policy of employing, assigning and advancing each individual on the basis of his or her own merit without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, veteran status, creed, marital status, citizenship status or any other unlawful factor. This commitment to equal opportunity applies to all aspects of employment including selection, training, assignment, promotion, compensation, transfer, performance evaluation, administration of personnel policies, discipline, and discharge.

Systems Administrator - Cloud
Location: Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Information Technology
Job Description:
The System Administrator - Cloud will administer, monitor, and provide maintenance to the Firm's cloud based and internally hosted systems, to include O365 and/or Azure/AWS. The employee will ensure that our systems are available, secure, and have documented and supported policies, procedures, and guidelines as directed by the Firm.

Essential Job Duties: 
•Maintain the highest level of operational standards for cloud technologies while executing best practices in operations and ongoing maintenance. 
•Maintain plans and procedures for administration of the cloud based and on-prem systems. 
•Maintain Firm’s O365 environment to include Azure AD, Intune, Exchange Online, Teams, and OneDrive. 
•Respond to escalated tickets from the Service Desk that require Infrastructure support and follow appropriate ticketing procedures. 
•Adhere to and follow Firm’s Change Management Policy and procedures. 
•Assist in management and deployment of end user and server patches and updates, including research of operational effects of the same prior to deployment
•Assist with data center operations, procedures and control mechanisms, documenting key controls such as physical and remote access.
•Assist with cloud security needs as requested by security team. 
•Assist with the documentation of all system processes and procedures to ensure standardization, and best security practices.
•Assist with the build and maintenance of servers in the cloud environment.

Minimum Requirements:
•Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Computer Engineering or related field required; or 3 years of equivalent work experience
•Demonstrated knowledge of O365 operations and technologies
•Demonstrated knowledge of O365 security tools
•Demonstrated knowledge of Azure or AWS operations and technologies
•Knowledge of IT operations and basic methodologies 
•Experience documenting environments, process, standards
•Ability to perform within a team, manage expectations, and communicate openly
•Must be able to perform all essential duties
•Legal industry technical experience a plus

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Paralegal
Location: Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Environmental
Job Description:
Ice Miller is seeking candidates with law firm paralegal experience for a position in our Environmental Practice Group in the Indianapolis office. All candidates must be highly motivated with a strong work ethic, possess exceptional attention to detail, be able to work independently, and be able to meet deadlines. This employee must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with time-sensitive materials and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position.
 
Essential Job Duties: 
•Research and analyze law sources such as statutes, recorded judicial decisions, legal articles, treaties, constitutions, and legal codes
•Prepare legal documents such as briefs, pleadings, appeals, contracts, etc. 
•Prepare affidavits of documents and maintain document file by ensuring proper indexing and filing of original leading documents
•Attend meetings with clients to determine factual issues and possible documentation sources
•Maintain and monitor case calendar
•Manage and assist in document review and document production in the litigation context 
•Identify electronic sources for collection of electronic discovery from clients; coordinate collection of electronic files; analyze the nature and volume of data to be collected; and determine the platform that will be utilized for review of the data in the discovery process
•Track document productions in assigned cases
•Assist in the presentation of electronic exhibits, assist in tracking of trial exhibits, coordinate witness appearances and serve as a key contact with court personnel in the logistics of the trial process
•Prepare privilege logs 
•Prepare notices and subpoenas; summarize/index transcripts; prepare witness files; select and assemble potential deposition exhibits; attend and take notes at depositions 
•Assist in preparing discovery requests and responses; summarize responses from other parties


Minimum Requirements:
•Paralegal certificate or related experience preferred
•At least three years of law firm litigation experience with e-discovery tools and software, document management and trial preparation
•Highly motivated with a strong work ethic
•Possess exceptional attention to detail
•Ability to work independently
•Strong organizational and communication skills and the ability to interact with clients and attorneys
•Proficient in excel, power point, trial director, and familiar with docketing software
•Must be able to perform all essential duties
•Willingness to work overtime and weekends, if needed 

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Paralegal
Location: Chicago
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Business
Job Description:
Our Chicago office is seeking a paralegal with experience in corporate or other transactional matters for a position in our business group. The employee must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with time-sensitive materials and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position.

Essential Job Duties: 
•Prepares organizational documents, including entity formation, entity qualifications, articles of incorporation and dissolution, minute books, stock certificates, stock ledgers, unanimous consents and assignments for filing in various jurisdictions.
•Prepares board consents and stockholder consents, including both organizational and transactional.
•Assists with preparation of documents required by regulatory bodies and government agencies, including Form D for SEC and state filings.
•Completes and files Form SS-4s to obtain EINs, as well as other tax related forms.
•Conducts research to assist attorneys in determining jurisdictions for qualification.
•Prepares and files qualification and withdrawal applications.
•Orders lien searches and summarizes results.
•Prepares and files statutory filings, including amendments, mergers, and dissolutions.
•Calculates Delaware franchise tax (both methods) as well as franchise tax for other jurisdictions (Illinois, etc.).
•Heavy client interaction and support, using discretion to handle matters independently or involving an attorney.
•Formulates solutions to problems which may arise, such as good standing issues.
•Interfaces with corporate service providers regarding statutory registered agent services (including changing contact information).
•Develops processes to systematize administrative and organizational aspects of deals.
•Calendars and monitors key dates and deadlines.
•Handles signature page distribution.
•Prepares closing certificates, closing files.
•Orders certified copies and good standing certificates.
•Identifies and resolves problems independently.
•Prepares and files UCC statements, amendments and termination statements.
•Reviews collateral description.
•Assists with closing, including tracking down signature pages, filling in dates, tracking down final agreements and providing general support.
•Prepares closing book index and assembles closing book, and assists in distribution.
•Handles distribution of original securities (e.g. stock certificates, unit certificates and notes).
•Other tasks or responsibilities as assigned by management.

Minimum Requirements:
•High school diploma required; Bachelor’s degree and/or paralegal certificate preferred 
•Minimum of three years’ complex corporate law and transactional experience, specifically on Mergers & Acquisitions and Private Equity matters
•Demonstrated commitment to delivering quality legal services
•Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, coordinating multiple projects at once
•Exhibits resourcefulness and flexibility
•Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
•Ability to take initiative to complete tasks
•Ability of work well both independently and as part of a team
•Must be able to perform all essential job duties as outlined above

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Accounts Payable Specialist
Location: Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Accounting
Job Description:
The Accounts Payable Specialist will provide financial, administrative, and clerical support to the firm through the efficient maintenance and processing of accounts payable transactions. The employee must be capable of working independently and in a team setting, using good judgment in a fast-paced environment with time-sensitive deadlines and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position.

Essential Job Duties: 
•Respond to all vendor and internal inquiries - research to resolve concerns or discrepancies
•Analyze and process non-billable and billable vendor requests for accuracy and compliance thru ChromeRiver or other firm software
•Review documentation in support of expenditures - including verifying receipts 
•Schedule and process payments via check, wire, indirect/direct ACH, or Emburse - including uploading files and resolving errors
•Monitor and follow up on stale checks
•Reconcile Credit cards issued through Integrated payables 
•Prepare data for annual 1099 reporting - including verification of vendor setup
•Assist with updating/mapping 3rd party integration software 
•Research and reconcile vendor statements to open accounts payable invoices
•Process all Foreign Associate invoices and work with 3rd party vendor issuing payment
•Support front-end users with Accounts Payable software
•Assists with other department activities as needed

Minimum Requirements:
•Associates degree in Accounting or equivalent related work experience required
•3-5 years of recent accounts payable experience is required
•Previous experience successfully managing accounting projects
•Ability to process and organize data and other information to develop effective solutions
•Strong understanding of general Accounting principles 
•Previous experience in the legal industry a plus
•Excellent interpersonal skills necessary to deal courteously and effectively with a diverse group of people. Must be able to work with individuals at all levels of the organization
•Proficient in Microsoft Office products 
•Ability to multi-task and effectively manage time
•Must have strong attention to detail
•Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and adapt to ever changing priorities
•Must be able to perform all essential duties

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website. 

Ice Miller LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Legal Services Assistant
Location: Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Municipal Finance
Job Description:
Ice Miller LLP, a national law firm, is seeking a Legal Services Assistant to provide support to a group of attorneys and other professionals in our Public Finance practice group. Successful candidates will be eager to learn multiple practice areas as needed, adopt firm technology, and contribute to a high performing team.    

Essential Job Duties: 
•Support all aspects of administrative practice, including legal and non-legal processes with focus on exceptional client service
•Prepare and draft correspondence, memos, and legal documents according to legal staff and firm requirements using word processing and document management systems
•Prepare and process outgoing correspondence through email, regular mail/overnight delivery, or fax; arrange for specialized mail or courier services as required
•Monitor, organize and prioritize ongoing client projects
•Handle administrative tasks such as reimbursements, as well as coordinate travel, meetings, and conference calls including IT and facilities set-ups
•Assist assignments with technology needs and use firm technology to complete tasks 
•Organize and maintain files, both electronic and physical, within the guidelines set by the firm
•Proofread and edit documents to ensure appropriate formatting, grammar, punctuation, and spelling, creating a finished product that is processed for attorney, client or court consumption
•Answer, provide assistance during, and appropriately direct telephone calls for legal assignments as needed
•Manage scheduling of meetings, appointments, due dates, client-related activities, and case dates on electronic calendars for multiple legal assignments
•Maintain data in integrated databases that contain client and matter information for multiple legal assignments including, but not limited to, the contact management system, document management system, the docketing system, the time and billing system, the knowledge management system and the electronic mail system complying with established Firm/Practice Group policies and procedures
•Maintain positive relations with external clients, internal clients and co-workers and contribute to the team structure to assist with overflow and specialized tasks within guidelines set by the firm

Minimum Requirements:
•High school diploma required
•Previous experience in Public Finance
•Ability to prioritize work and balance multiple tasks and deadlines
•Proficient or intermediate experience using Microsoft Office products, including Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint
•Excellent clerical skills and knowledge of grammar, spelling, and punctuation
•Exceptional client service skills in person, over the phone, and via email
•Exceptional attention to detail and ability to work independently and proactively 
•Willingness and ability to learn multiple practice areas within the law firm, as needed 
•Ability to work with a diverse group of professionals across all offices 
•Ability to maintain a professional demeanor, exhibit sound judgement, use discretion, and maintain confidentiality 
•Must be able to perform all essential duties 

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Legal Services Assistant
Location: Columbus
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Trusts & Estates
Job Description:
Ice Miller LLP, a national law firm, is seeking a Legal Services Assistant to provide support to a group of attorneys and other professionals. Successful candidates will be eager to learn multiple practice areas as needed, adopt firm technology, and contribute to a high performing team.    

Essential Job Duties: 
•Support all aspects of administrative practice, including legal and non-legal processes with focus on exceptional client service
•Prepare and draft correspondence, memos, and legal documents according to legal staff and firm requirements using word processing and document management systems
•Prepare and process outgoing correspondence through email, regular mail/overnight delivery, or fax; arrange for specialized mail or courier services as required
•Monitor, organize and prioritize ongoing client projects
•Handle administrative tasks such as reimbursements, as well as coordinate travel, meetings, and conference calls including IT and facilities set-ups
•Assist assignments with technology needs and use firm technology to complete tasks 
•Organize and maintain files, both electronic and physical, within the guidelines set by the firm
•Proofread and edit documents to ensure appropriate formatting, grammar, punctuation, and spelling, creating a finished product that is processed for attorney, client or court consumption
•Answer, provide assistance during, and appropriately direct telephone calls for legal assignments as needed
•Manage scheduling of meetings, appointments, due dates, client-related activities, and case dates on electronic calendars for multiple legal assignments
•Maintain data in integrated databases that contain client and matter information for multiple legal assignments including, but not limited to, the contact management system, document management system, the docketing system, the time and billing system, the knowledge management system and the electronic mail system complying with established Firm/Practice Group policies and procedures
•Maintain positive relations with external clients, internal clients and co-workers and contribute to the team structure to assist with overflow and specialized tasks within guidelines set by the firm

Minimum Requirements:
•High school diploma required
•Previous experience supporting a Trust, Estates  Provate Wealth practice or Business practice 
•Ability to prioritize work and balance multiple tasks and deadlines
•Proficient or intermediate experience using Microsoft Office products, including Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint
•Excellent clerical skills and knowledge of grammar, spelling, and punctuation
•Exceptional client service skills in person, over the phone, and via email
•Exceptional attention to detail and ability to work independently and proactively 
•Willingness and ability to learn multiple practice areas within the law firm, as needed 
•Ability to work with a diverse group of professionals across all offices 
•Ability to maintain a professional demeanor, exhibit sound judgement, use discretion, and maintain confidentiality 
•Must be able to perform all essential duties 

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Occupancy Planner & Facilities Coordinator
Location: Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: General Administration
Job Description:
The Occupancy Planner & Facilities Coordinator is responsible for coordinating various facility services to create an optimal working environment in our multi-office buildings. The employee will be responsible for overseeing our outsourced vendors with purchasing and par-levels for office supplies. This person will be the liaison with the firm’s facility vendors in all locations. The employee must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with time-sensitive materials and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position.

Essential Job Duties: 
•Analyze space requirements and provide conceptual space plans and recommendations to the Facilities Manager
•Liaise with the Facilities Manager to proactively anticipate facility, vendor and building needs 
•Draft and coordinate facilities communications 
•Identify areas for improvement and propose solutions 
•Strategize with department/office leads on new processes or new sourcing options to reduce supply costs without sacrificing quality 
•Manage procurement of office suppliers using a standard Request for Proposal (RFP) process, including market research on pricing trends, sourcing and interviewing vendors, negotiating, and acquiring the most cost-efficient contracts
•Maintain organizational partnerships with strategic and profitable suppliers/vendors
•Manage building equipment and supply needs, including furniture, kitchen appliances, office supplies, and climate control
•Maintain the firm’s building emergency and evacuation plans for multiple offices and ensure the firm’s intranet site is up to date 
•Assist with managing projects, including but not limited to office remodels, internal office moves, construction, and building improvements
•Coordinate initial office set ups or office relocation for team members, including but not limited to ordering name plates, briefcases, business cards, etc.
•Maintain and monitor spending against the firm’s budget
•Manage building and equipment maintenance, including scheduling and documentation


Minimum Requirements:
•High School Diploma required 
•3-5 years of experience working in a facilities or maintenance environment required 
•Strong service orientation in working with a diverse group of professionals across the organization 
•Ability to prioritize and carry out work assignments independently with minimal supervision
•Advanced proficiency in office software, including knowledge of all Microsoft Office products and AutoCad
•Ability to perform the physical requirements of the position, including heavy lifting
•Must have a valid driver's license
•Adhere to general safety practices while carrying out duties
•Ability to work overtime and be on call, as needed, to assist with any employee needs to be able to continue working effectively
•Travel as needed 
•Must be able to perform all essential duties

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Legal Services Assistant
Location: Chicago,Columbus,Indianapolis,New York,Philadelphia,Washington D.C.
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Intellectual Property
Job Description:
Ice Miller LLP is seeking a Legal Services Assistant to support attorneys in our Intellectual Property group. This Legal Services Assistant will manage all aspects of the administrative practice, including legal and non-legal processes. The Legal Services Assistant will also be responsible for assisting attorneys and paralegals in the performance of complex and specialized clerical duties relating to all aspects of the legal process. This person must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with time-sensitive materials and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position.

Essential Job Duties: 
•Assisting with the preparation and filing of patent prosecution formality documents, such as Application Data Sheets, Power of Attorneys, Declarations, Assignments, etc., as well as preparing shells for substantive documents, such as Responses to Office Actions, Restriction Requirements, Amendment After Allowances, etc.; Assist with preparation and recordation of Assignment documents with USPTO
•Filing new applications with the USPTO and PCT Receiving office
•Preparing Information Disclosure Statements; assisting with downloading prior art from multiple sources, and formatting prior art in a USPTO-acceptable format
•Paying maintenance fees and other renewal/annuity costs
•Assisting with the preparation of routine correspondence to clients and foreign associates
•Proactively managing patent prosecution dockets; monitoring and following-up on dates associated with the US and foreign patent prosecution docket, including clearing dates and providing follow-up with attorneys, clients, and foreign associates in order to provide adequate time to respond
•Providing support to IP team members with special projects and overflow of routine responsibilities
•Maintaining electronic files; ensuring all documents and correspondence are properly stored in the firm’s electronic document management systems
•Processing new matter intake requests, performing conflict checks
•Answering, providing assistance during, and appropriately directing telephone calls for legal staff members as needed
•Managing the scheduling of meetings, appointments, due dates, client-related activities, and case dates on electronic calendars for multiple legal staff members
•Maintaining positive relations with internal clients and co-workers and contribute to the self-directed team structure to assist with overflow and specialized tasks within guidelines set by the firm

Minimum Requirements:
•High School diploma required
•Minimum of three years as an IP Legal Assistant specializing in patent prosecution in a law firm environment required
•Experience with Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Pro required
•Familiarity with IPDAS, CPi docketing software a plus
•Excellent time management skills and ability to work in high pressure environments; ability to shift priorities quickly without compromising deadlines or quality
•Ability to be proactive and to identify and address problems quickly
•Excellent clerical skills and knowledge of grammar, spelling and punctuation 
•Exceptional attention to detail and ability to work independently
•Computer proficient, intermediate or advanced experience using Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
•Ability to perform all essential duties 

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
 
Conflicts Attorney (Non-Practicing)
Location: Chicago,Columbus,DuPage County, Illinois,Indianapolis,New York,Philadelphia,Washington D.C.
Pay Type: Salary
Department: Risk and Information Governance
Job Description:
The Conflicts Attorney will be responsible for performing conflicts searches for new clients, new employees, new matters, and submissions across all offices as a key component of the Firm’s new business intake and hiring processes. The employee must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with time-sensitive materials, and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position.

Essential Duties: 
•Perform conflicts of interest searches and due diligence checks for incoming attorneys, staff, clients and matters
•Analyze, review, and approve conflicts reports and identify possible areas of concern
•Manage all client/matter intake data and ensure data is accurate and adheres to established policies and procedures 
•Identify misinformation and adjust search terms as needed to produce accurate results 
•Collaborate with the Risk and Information Governance team to ensure all processes are properly documented, stored, and easily accessible 
•Provide insight and suggestions for process improvement and stay abreast industry trends related to the conflict of interest process 
•Manage efforts to resolve conflicts and communicate resolutions with attorneys in the firm
•Draft and review waiver and engagement letters as directed by attorneys in all offices
•Develop screens for possible conflicts to ensure appropriate individuals do not access conflicting client and matter data
•Liaise with firm attorneys to identify business conflicts and take necessary steps to document and resolve those conflicts

Minimum Requirements:
•Juris Doctorate (J.D.) and active license to practice law in the United States required 
•Two years of experience as a Conflicts Attorney or equal experience practicing law 
•Strong understanding of risk management and legal relationships 
•Ability to independently identify conflicts of interest and make decisions to resolve those conflicts
•Excellent oral and written communication skills 
•Strong research skills and ability to problem solve and analyze complex data
•Ability to manage complex legal information, document processes, and suggest solutions
•Strong interpersonal skills to communicate with both internal and external clients at all levels of the organization 
•Ability to maintain confidentiality and sensitivity as appropriate to each situation and demonstrate a high level of professionalism 
•Available to work remotely, after hours, as needed, and quickly produce results 
•Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel and ability to adapt to new software 
•Must be able to perform all essential duties  

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Legal Services Assistant
Location: Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Real Estate
Job Description:
Ice Miller LLP, a national law firm, is seeking a Legal Services Assistant in our Real Estate group assisting with commercial real estate transactions and providing support to attorneys and other professionals. Successful candidates will be eager to learn multiple practice areas as needed, adopt firm technology, and contribute to a high performing team.    

Essential Job Duties: 
•Support all aspects of administrative practice, including legal and non-legal processes with focus on exceptional client service
•Prepare and draft correspondence, memos, and legal documents according to legal staff and firm requirements using word processing and document management systems
•Prepare and process outgoing correspondence through email, regular mail/overnight delivery, or fax; arrange for specialized mail or courier services as required
•Monitor, organize and prioritize ongoing client projects
•Handle administrative tasks such as reimbursements, as well as coordinate travel, meetings, and conference calls including IT and facilities set-ups
•Assist assignments with technology needs and use firm technology to complete tasks 
•Organize and maintain files, both electronic and physical, within the guidelines set by the firm
•Proofread and edit documents to ensure appropriate formatting, grammar, punctuation, and spelling, creating a finished product that is processed for attorney, client or court consumption
•Answer, provide assistance during, and appropriately direct telephone calls for legal assignments as needed
•Manage scheduling of meetings, appointments, due dates, client-related activities, and case dates on electronic calendars for multiple legal assignments
•Maintain data in integrated databases that contain client and matter information for multiple legal assignments including, but not limited to, the contact management system, document management system, the docketing system, the time and billing system, the knowledge management system and the electronic mail system complying with established Firm/Practice Group policies and procedures
•Maintain positive relations with external clients, internal clients and co-workers and contribute to the team structure to assist with overflow and specialized tasks within guidelines set by the firm

Minimum Requirements:
•High school diploma required
•Minimum of 2 years of commercial real estate experience preferred
•Ability to prioritize work and balance multiple tasks and deadlines
•Proficient or intermediate experience using Microsoft Office products, including Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint
•Excellent clerical skills and knowledge of grammar, spelling, and punctuation
•Exceptional client service skills in person, over the phone, and via email
•Exceptional attention to detail
•Ability to work both independently and proactively as well as collaboratively within a team structure
•Willingness and ability to learn multiple practice areas within the law firm, as needed 
•Ability to work with a diverse group of professionals across all offices 
•Ability to maintain a professional demeanor, exhibit sound judgement, use discretion, and maintain confidentiality 
•Must be able to perform all essential duties 

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Legal Services Assistant
Location: Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Litigation
Job Description:
Ice Miller LLP, a national law firm, is seeking a Legal Services Assistant with litigation experience to support attorneys in our litigation practice group. Candidates must possess strong organizational skills with a high level of attention to detail to be successful in this position. 

Essential Job Duties: 
•Manage all aspects of administrative practice, including legal and non-legal processes
•E-file in federal and state courts
•Prepare and process outgoing correspondence through email, regular mail/overnight delivery, or fax; arrange for specialized mail or courier services as required
•Monitor, organize and prioritize ongoing client projects
•Manage electronic execution of documents using DocuSign 
•Organize and maintain files, both electronic and physical, within the guidelines set by the firm.
•Answer, provide assistance during, and appropriately direct telephone calls for legal assignments as needed
•Manage scheduling of meetings, appointments, due dates, client-related activities, and case dates on electronic calendars for multiple legal assignments
•Handle administrative tasks such as reimbursements, as well as coordinate travel, meetings, and conference calls including IT and facilities set-ups
•Proofread documents to ensure appropriate formatting, grammar, punctuation, and spelling
•Maintain positive relations with internal clients and co-workers and contribute to the self-directed team structure to assist with overflow and specialized tasks within guidelines set by the firm


Minimum Requirements:
•Three years of experience as a legal secretary or other legal support position 
•High school diploma required
•Excellent clerical skills and knowledge of grammar, spelling and punctuation
•Strong technology skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office suite 
•Excellent client service skills in person, over the phone and via email
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills in dealing with a diverse group of professionals
•Exceptional attention to detail and ability to work independently and proactively 
•Ability to maintain strict confidentiality while dealing with internal and client data 
•Ability to work in the office and remotely, with the appropriate internet capabilities as directed
•Must be able to perform all essential job duties 

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Legal Services Assistant
Location: Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Public Affairs
Job Description:
Ice Miller LLP, a national law firm, is seeking a Legal Services Assistant, with familiarity with legislative and lobbying processes to provide support to a group of attorneys and other professionals. Successful candidates will be eager to learn multiple practice areas as needed, adopt firm technology, collaborate with other team members across offices as needed, and contribute to a high performing team.    

Essential Job Duties: 
•Support all aspects of administrative practice, including legal and non-legal processes with focus on exceptional client service
•Prepare and draft correspondence, memos, and legal documents according to legal staff and firm requirements using word processing and document management systems
•Prepare and process outgoing correspondence through email, regular mail/overnight delivery, or fax; arrange for specialized mail or courier services as required
•Monitor, organize and prioritize ongoing client projects
•Handle administrative tasks such as reimbursements, as well as coordinate travel, meetings, and conference calls including IT and facilities set-ups
•Assist assignments with technology needs and use firm technology to complete tasks 
•Organize and maintain files, both electronic and physical, within the guidelines set by the firm
•Proofread and edit documents to ensure appropriate formatting, grammar, punctuation, and spelling, creating a finished product that is processed for attorney, client or court consumption
•Answer, provide assistance, and appropriately direct telephone calls for legal assignments as needed
•Manage scheduling of meetings, appointments, due dates, client-related activities, and case dates on electronic calendars for multiple legal assignments
•Maintain data in integrated databases that contain client and matter information for multiple legal assignments including, but not limited to, the contact management system, document management system, the docketing system, the time and billing system, the knowledge management system and the electronic mail system complying with established Firm/Practice Group policies and procedures
•Maintain positive relations with external clients, internal clients and co-workers and contribute to the team structure to assist with overflow and specialized tasks within guidelines set by the firm

Minimum Requirements:
•High school diploma required
•Administrative political experience or a desire to work in local politics required
•Ability to prioritize work and balance multiple tasks and deadlines
•Proficient or intermediate experience using Microsoft Office products, including Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint
•Excellent clerical skills and knowledge of grammar, spelling, and punctuation
•Exceptional client service skills in person, over the phone, and via email
•Exceptional attention to detail and ability to work independently and proactively 
•Willingness and ability to learn multiple practice areas within the law firm, as needed
•Ability to collaborate and provide ongoing feedback and identify efficiencies for team and/or working group models 
•Ability to work with a diverse group of professionals across all offices 
•Ability to maintain a professional demeanor, exhibit sound judgement, use discretion, and maintain confidentiality 
•Must be able to perform all essential duties 

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Business Development Manager - Litigation
Location: Chicago,Columbus
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Business Development
Job Description:
Ice Miller LLP is seeking a Business Development Manager for our litigation practice groups. A successful Business Development Manager will be a self-starter and proactive in identifying new business development opportunities, knowledgeable about the legal industry, and able to execute efficiently to achieve effective business development results. This person will report directly to the Director of Business Development. 

Essential Job Duties: 
•Support the development and implementation of the business plans and targeted business development initiatives of the practice group and its partners.
•Draft and coordinate custom pitches, client presentations and responses to RFPs to tailor to the client’s business and preferences.
•In connection with RFPs, analyze requirements, participate in the development of a clear and focused strategy, draft comprehensive responses, and collaborate with partners and business development team members across practice groups and offices as appropriate.
•Conduct and summarize research on new and prospective clients, competitive intelligence, and market considerations, while utilizing litigation-related research tools such as Westlaw/Lexis, in preparation for client meetings, pitches/RFPs and other business development initiatives.
•Prepare submissions for legal directories and research guides, including the organization, drafting, and editing of submissions, coordination of researcher interviews and tracking of rankings and accolades.
•Develop, draft, organize and maintain practice group marketing collateral and experience content, including practice area profiles, brochures, matter lists, website, and intranet content.
•Maintain and/or build practice-specific contact lists in Firm-wide CRM system (InterAction).
•Identify, plan, and provide logistical support for all internal and external marketing events, speaking engagements and conferences.
•Ensure that all marketing collateral (e.g., pitches, brochures, client presentations, industry materials, web content, etc.) are presented in a consistent format of the highest professional quality, and, where relevant, apply design techniques to improve their readability and impact.
•Other projects and duties, as assigned.


Minimum Requirements:
•Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, or other field required
•Minimum of seven years working in a business development and/or capacity; preferably in a law firm environment 
•Strong understanding of law firm structure and business development and marketing teams
•Strong analytical, and problem-solving skills
•Ability to propose and implement solutions to drive sales and revenue
•Ability to provide guidance and suggestions to partners
•Ability to travel when necessary
•Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
•Ability to juggle multiple priorities and manage multiple responsibilities  
•Must be able to perform all essential duties

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.  

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website. 

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Business Development Manager - Transactional
Location: Chicago,Columbus
Pay Type: Salary
Department: Business Development
Job Description:
Ice Miller LLP is seeking a Business Development Manager for our transactional practice groups. A successful Business Development Manager will be a self-starter and proactive in identifying new business development opportunities, knowledgeable about the legal industry able to execute efficiently to achieve effective business development results.  This person will report directly to the Director of Business Development and Sales. 

Essential Job Duties: 
•Support the development and implementation of the business plans and targeted business development initiatives of the practice group and its partners.
•Draft and coordinate custom pitches, client presentations and responses to RFPs to tailor to the client’s business and preferences.
•In connection with RFPs, analyze requirements, participate in the development of a clear and focused strategy, draft comprehensive responses, and collaborate with partners and business development team members across practice groups and offices as appropriate.
•Conduct and summarize research on new and prospective clients, competitive intelligence and market considerations, while utilizing litigation-related research tools such as Westlaw/Lexis, in preparation for client meetings, pitches/RFPs and other business development initiatives.
•Prepare submissions for legal directories and research guides, including the organization, drafting and editing of submissions, coordination of researcher interviews and tracking of rankings and accolades.
•Develop, draft, organize and maintain practice group marketing collateral and experience content, including practice area profiles, brochures, matter lists, website and intranet content.
•Maintain and/or build practice-specific contact lists in Firm-wide CRM system (InterAction).
•Identify, plan, and provide logistical support for all internal and external marketing events, speaking engagements and conferences.
•Ensure that all marketing collateral (e.g., pitches, brochures, client presentations, industry materials, web content, etc.) are presented in a consistent format of the highest professional quality, and, where relevant, apply design techniques to improve their readability and impact.
•Other projects and duties, as assigned.

Minimum Requirements:
•Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, or other field required
•Minimum of seven years working in a business development and/or capacity; preferably in a law firm environment 
•Strong understanding of law firm structure and business development and marketing teams
•Strong analytical, and problem-solving skills
•Ability to propose and implement solutions to drive sales and revenue
•Ability to provide guidance and suggestions to partners
•Ability to travel when necessary
•Excellent verbal and written communication skills 
•Ability to juggle multiple priorities and manage multiple responsibilities  
•Must be able to perform all essential duties

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.  

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website. 

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Operations Support Assistant
Location: Columbus,Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: General Administration
Job Description:
Our Operations Support Assistant position is a great entry-level introduction into the legal industry and helps you build the skills and knowledge you need to further your career. As you develop your skills and demonstrate success in this position, you will have the opportunity to advance and continue making a valuable contribution to our client-centric team while working with our attorneys and paralegals across multiple practice groups. 

You will have the opportunity to dress for your day and learn from our experienced professionals while you utilize your technology, organizational and communication skills to provide next-level administrative support to our diverse group of professionals. 

Essential Job Duties: 
  • Provide best in class administrative support to our Firm, including a variety of projects across multiple practice groups and functional areas 
  • Submit and process invoices and expense reimbursements through an electronic software system, Chrome River 
  • Prepare outgoing mail/certified packages for staff
  • Assist with event planning logistics
  • Coordinate travel arrangements 
  • Schedule conference rooms and ensure logistics are completed prior to the start of the meeting
  • Schedule firm-wide training sessions through training software
  • Docket critical dates for administrative departments
  • Input and update contact management information in the Client Relationship Management system, InterAction
  • Retain administrative contracts, work product and documents 
  • Enter and track electronic file opening process through workflow system (IntApp) for all practice groups and understand practice group specific file opening protocols 
  • Enter and review time entries for timekeepers  
Minimum Requirements:
  • High school diploma required
  • Two years of customer service experience, preferably in a professional services environment preferred 
  • Proficient or intermediate experience using Microsoft Office products 
  • Proactively adopts and uses firm technology tools to enhance efficiency 
  • Strong ability to prioritize work and balance multiple projects and deadlines 
  • Ability to adapt to a fast-paced environment 
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Ability work independently and part of a team 
  • Exceptional client service skills both over the phone and in-person
  • Contributes to an inclusive team environment 
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of professionals across all offices 
  • Must be able to perform all essential duties 
Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.  

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Senior Project Manager
Location: Indianapolis
Pay Type: Salary
Department: Information Technology
Job Description:

The Senior Project Manager will be responsible for working across Firm departments to manage projects that impact Firm technology systems and manage all aspects of simultaneous technology and process projects, including Business and IT components, from beginning to end. The Senior Project Manager has direct accountability for project execution while leading the project team, or teams, to accomplish specific objectives in a given timeframe and with limited resources and scale plans accordingly to stagger multiple projects to utilize internal and external resources most effectively. This individual must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with time sensitive materials and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position.  

Essential Job Duties:
•Implement and follow standard methodologies, processes, and tools, develop and maintains project documentation, work plans and project deliverables.  Guide others in the use of the methodology and tools
•Establish and maintain effective communications with team members, stakeholders, senior management, and contacts.  Communicate project status to identified stakeholders through routine status reports and meetings
•Planning and management of scope, schedule, budgets, resources, stakeholders, business benefits, change, risks, risk mitigation, project tracks and deployments.
•Manage simultaneous projects
•Recommend information technology strategies and solutions by evaluating outcomes, identifying problems, evaluating trends, and anticipating requirements
•Integrate information technology into Firm projects for optimal effectiveness 
•Design technical and functional requirements with project teams
•Develop and maintain information technology plans, which outline project status, individual tasks, milestones, completion estimates, and resource allocation
•Coordinate new system roll-outs and beta tests
•Ensure end-user satisfaction through post-project debriefs 
•Work with IT team to brainstorm new test ideas for technical projects 
•Determines the appropriate documentation (communication plans, schedules/timelines, status reports, quality plan, closure summary, budget, risk plan, etc.) for projects and manages the quality and delivery of documentation
•Manage clear, concise deliverables creating and utilizing appropriate document templates
•Conduct periodic reviews and updates of project scorecards and review/approve project time on schedule
•Prepare and present formal and informal presentations to project team, executive teams and other appropriate groups
•Share knowledge and being a champion for the project management discipline
•Stay abreast of industry best practices

Minimum Requirements:
•Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems or related field preferred
•7+ years of project / program management experience to lead multiple simultaneous projects as well as guide others on project management techniques
•Certification in project management preferred 
•Experience with standard project management tools, methodologies and frameworks
•Utilization of / building of PMO structure in an organization
•Capability of shifting priorities, demands and timelines through analytical and problem-solving capabilities.
•Tactical expertise in IT project planning and process development (can teach others) balanced with ability to follow prescribed standards, methodologies
•Ability to work across multiple teams and drive projects to completion 
•Excellent oral and written communication skills to provide clear messages to all levels within the organization.
•Demonstratable experience creating and presenting executive level presentations to leadership
•Strong understanding of computer applications
•Must have good time management skills and be able to meet quick-turnaround deadlines
•Must be a team player who promotes IT initiatives in a positive manner
•Must be able to perform all essential duties

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Business Process Analyst
Location: Indianapolis
Pay Type: Salary
Department: Accounting
Job Description:
The Business Process Analyst provides support by analyzing existing processes, identifying gaps, identifying areas for improvement, and developing the appropriate reporting for each gap identified. The position will focus on operational improvements across the finance and accounting department. The analyst will start with accounting processes and may evolve to other departments within the firm. The employee must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with time-sensitive projects.

Essential Job Duties: 
•Breakdown assigned projects into doable actions, creating a project timeline with milestones and due dates
•Document and analyze current and future state processes and system interfaces to identify process improvement opportunities aimed at increasing process quality and efficiency
•Collaborate with cross-functional teams on process, application, or feature enhancements
•Keep all stake holders updated on project timelines, due dates and outstanding items
•Act as a liaison between process improvement and internal clients to identify and define project requirements, scope and objectives
•Identify and resolve any project issues or risks that arise
•Create, control, and improve end-to-end business processes
•Coordinate with relevant internal and/or external stakeholders to ensure programs comply with critical organizational and business requirements
•Build solid working relationships that instills collaboration across the organization to ensure successful outcomes for the organization
•Obtain needed resources from different functional teams and subject matter experts to implement process solutions and ensure operational readiness success
•Maintain process documentation to be utilized by the function being supported
•Create and/or implement communication materials (i.e. FAQs, Step Action Charts, Metrics) to socialize and operationalize new programs and or processes

Minimum Requirements:
•Bachelor’s degree required
•1+ years of experience with management/finance consulting
•2+ years of business analysis experience and solving customer problems
•Knowledge of basic Accounting processes and procedures. i.e. Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Billing, Payroll, General Ledger
•Experience with business analysis, project management, operations, or process management
•Ability to learn organization policies and procedures and ability to apply principles to solve everyday problems in a variety of situations
•Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
•Ability to work independently as well as on a team, excellent verbal, and written communication skills with individuals at all levels of an organization
•Ability to demonstrate an appropriate level of assertiveness in performing work responsibilities; solid problem solving, organizational, time management and team building skills
•Demonstrated ability to work in a high volume/demanding environment and maintain composure and professionalism and the ability to take initiative and be detailed in a goal-oriented environment
•Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and adapt to ever changing priorities
•Demonstrated problem-solving and solid analytical skills
•Proven ability to apply continuous improvement methods and cognitive thinking to comprehend, calculate results, analyze data and reason with stakeholders to problem solve and make educated business decisions
•Solid negotiation skills: ability to gain acceptance from others of a plan or idea and achieve a mutually beneficial outcome
•Ability to make decisions; work with minimum guidance; seek guidance on the most complex tasks
•Ability to be a creative and innovative thinker, flexible, open to change, and comfortable sharing ideas, positively accepting changes to planned strategies and giving direction to others
•Exceptional attention to detail and extremely organized with the ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Attorney Recruiting Coordinator
Location: Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Human Resources
Job Description:
The Recruiting Coordinator will be responsible for recruiting and hiring attorneys and law students across all Firm locations. You must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with time-sensitive materials and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position.

Essential Duties:
• Liaise between attorneys and candidates to coordinate interviews and ensure all necessary arrangements are made and details have been confirmed
•Conduct interview screens for attorney candidates   
• Prepare schedules and candidate materials for On-Campus Interviews 
• Identify opportunities, organize and attend and/or make arrangements for attorneys to attend recruiting events to meet with students and present information about the Firm
• Assess candidate profiles, resumes, and transcripts to make recommendations, where appropriate
• Synthesize interview evaluations and provide summaries and recommendations, where appropriate 
• Work with the Recruiting team to coordinate the summer program, including trainings, programming, events, etc.
• Draft and execute attorney offer letters
• Liaise with Human Resources to understand all pre-hire requirements and ensure the recruiting team is updating and executing firm hiring procedures accordingly
• Manage recruiting data to be used in future decision making 
• Manage the attorney recruiting database and ensure all candidate and position information is accurate

Minimum Requirements:
• Bachelor’s degree required 
• Minimum 3 years of attorney recruiting experience
• Ability to research and analyze various types of data
• Strong interpersonal skills to communicate with individuals at all levels within and outside the Firm
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to maintain confidentiality and sensitivity as appropriate to each situation and demonstrate a high degree of diplomacy
• Ability to perform essential duties

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.  

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Attorney Recruiting Manager
Location: Chicago,Columbus,Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Human Resources
Job Description:
The Attorney Recruiting Manager will be responsible for managing the daily attorney recruiting processes for the Firm. This position will recruit attorney candidates and be responsible for managing recruiting programs and projects. The employee must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with time-sensitive materials and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position.

Essential Duties: 
•Manage the daily attorney recruiting operations for the Firm
•Draft job descriptions in collaboration with practice groups
•Identify recruiting needs and potential candidates for open positions 
•Interface with external recruiters for lateral associate and patent agent candidates 
•Proactively respond to attorney recruiting inquiries from recruiters, candidates, practice groups, Firm leadership, and delegate assignments appropriately
•Support Director of Attorney Recruiting as needed
•Create law school recruiting strategy and manage law school relations and summer associate hiring programs 
•Oversee the summer associate program planning and execution 
•Review offer letters 
•Liaise with the recruiting committee and practice group leaders and directors  
•Manage recruiting policies and programs to ensure information is up to date, aligns with best practices and Firm strategy 
•Manage recruiting data 
•Train interviewers on interview best practices 
•Stay up to date on recruiting best practices and market trends for process improvement to create new and innovative recruiting strategies and programs 
•Promote a diverse and inclusive recruiting process to ensure all candidates have a positive experience that aligns with Firm values 


Minimum Requirements:
•Bachelor's Degree required 
•4+ years of experience independently managing recruiting processes required
•Previous experience recruiting attorneys 
•Knowledgeable of recruiting best practices and seeks out opportunities for continuous improvement 
•Ability to research and analyze various types of data
•Strong interpersonal skills to communicate with a diverse group of people 
•Excellent verbal and written communication skills with a drive to connect with colleagues and clients to understand department and position requirements 
•Ability to maintain confidentiality and sensitivity as appropriate to each situation and demonstrate a high degree of diplomacy
•Ability to organize and prioritize work and handle multiple projects simultaneously with little direction 
•Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel
•Ability to complete all essential job duties

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.  

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Events Specialist
Location: Columbus
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Business Development
Job Description:
Ice Miller LLP is looking for a part-time Events Specialist to work in our Columbus office two days a week. The Events Specialist will be responsible for coordinating internal and external Firm events for the Columbus office from conception through execution. The employee must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with time-sensitive materials and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position. 

Essential Job Duties: 
•Assist with planning internal and external Firm events from beginning to end
•Serve as the onsite point of contact for events to ensure logistics and programming are executed 
•Liaise with administrative departments to understand what events are planned internally, including but not limited to, large Firm meetings, partner meetings, associate lunches, board meetings, practice group meetings, holiday parties, receptions, etc. 
•Utilize the Firm’s Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database, InterAction, for client information, mailing lists, attendance records, etc. to drive event and client relationship efforts
•Liaise with the Sponsorships team to assist with sponsorship-related events
•Liaise across practice groups and administrative departments to maximize the effectiveness of Firm events by assisting with follow-up and post-event information
•Assist with the creation and distribution of audience-targeted communications 
•Assist with projects across teams 

Minimum Requirements:
•High School diploma required
•Junior or Senior level college students majoring in hospitality, marketing, communications, or related field preferred
•Understanding of roles, responsibilities, and initiatives of all internal administrative departments
•Understanding of the Firm’s strategic plan and Firm values on which it is based 
•Strong technology skills and proficient with the Microsoft office suite and marketing platforms
•Ability to work independently and make suggestions to build efficiencies 
•Contribute to an inclusive culture where everyone has opportunities to succeed
•Strong team orientation and ability to collaborate across departments and practice areas
•Excellent written communication skills with knowledge of grammar and AP style writing
•Eager to take initiative and be a self-starter
•Must be able to perform all essential duties

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website. 

Ice Miller LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Director of Knowledge Management & Information Research
Location: Chicago,Columbus,DuPage County, Illinois,Indianapolis,New York,Philadelphia,Washington D.C.
Pay Type: Salary
Department: Risk and Information Governance
Job Description:
The Director of Knowledge Management & Information Research will work extensively with attorneys, business analysts, information related managers, librarians, practice groups and administrative departments to promote knowledge sharing throughout the Firm and its information systems, and to translate business needs into strategy, policies, and procedures. 

Essential Job Duties: 
•Work with project stakeholders, including owners of firm initiatives and projects, and technical team members in support of information/ data collection efforts
•Collaborate with project team members and other departments to establish creative solutions to business problems using KM best practices, technology and data analytics to meet firm objectives
•Encourage Firm citizens to share knowledge, ensuring they are aware of the knowledge management resources available to support their work
•Develop and lead orientation and training programs ensuring that users are appropriately trained and are using the systems efficiently and productively
•Provide strategic KM and research services to the Firm’s lawyers that are tailored to each practice area, jurisdiction or industry
•Collaborate and coordinate with librarians to provide seamless legal, business corporate and competitive intelligence research using a variety of resources
•Promote the use of the Firm's KM strategy, structure and tools for business development efforts in conjunction with the BD/Marketing team 
•Coordinate and implement promotion of knowledge and  library services through user instruction, departmental presentations and the development of training materials for all levels of users
•Responsible for remaining current on technological applications and best practices relevant to the provision of sophisticated knowledge and library services
•Assist the Firm’s librarians in the development of the law library’s short and long-range planning process and help formulate its overall mission, goals, strategies, standards, budgets, and law library service plans
•Develop mitigation plans for capturing and storing legacy knowledge as it retires or is retired
•Create and maintain processes that ensure quality data, including complete and accurate data sets
•Meet with vendors regarding information research and knowledge management services and resources including but not limited to contract negotiations, new products, renewals, training, problems, and support 
•Write and implement information research and knowledge management policies, procedures, initiates process improvement and quality review to simplify and improve productivity
•Stay abreast of current developments in the Law Library, Information Research and Knowledge Management field through attendance at educational conferences, seminars, workshops, and meetings, and reading current literature 
•Scan the environment for trends in the legal industry and KM profession and be on the forefront of developments that affect law firm management
•Research knowledge management tools, trends, and methods to continually improve the function
•Manage department staff which includes performance management, developing and coaching
•Maintain a positive customer service attitude at all times

Minimum Requirements:
•Bachelor's degree in computer science, Information Management, Knowledge Management, or Library Services or equivalent experience required. MLIS, MBA or JD preferred.  
•5+ years of experience managing knowledge management databases and law library teams
•Previous experience managing and/or working with large data sets to produce meaningful information/reports preferred
•Previous experience in the legal industry preferred 
•Proven track record and experience developing knowledge management policies and procedures, as well as successfully executing knowledge sharing programs
•Direct experience integrating knowledge with portals/intranets and databases
•Understanding of basic project management principles, including gathering, analyzing, and meeting business requirements, testing and quality assurance 
•Strong client service interactional skills and ability to understand and document client needs from a business solutions perspective 
•Ability to get consensus and collaboration across many business groups
•Ability to explain complex concepts with all levels of management and staff
•Builds partnerships for learning and knowledge sharing
•Proactive; sets high standards for self; commits to organizational goals
•Must be able to perform all essential duties

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.  

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.  

Ice Miller LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Billing Specialist
Location: Columbus,Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Accounting
Job Description:
Ice Miller LLP is seeking an experienced Billing Specialist to join our team. The Billing Specialist will provide high level support to our practice groups, manage the delivery and processing of invoices through various electronic systems, and work collaboratively with the pricing team to advise attorneys on the firm’s pricing and fee options as needed. This position requires excellent attention to detail and effective communication across teams. The employee must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment with time-sensitive materials and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position.

Essential Job Duties: 
•Perform full-cycle billing functions for attorneys including but not limited to bills, client statements, audit letters, third party, and non-client disbursements
•Liaise with attorneys and practice group leaders regarding billing requirements and delinquent and partial billing
•Provide insight and guidance to practice group leaders and partners regarding pricing options to maximize profitability 
•Manage client billing cycles and be knowledgeable about client contractual agreements and relationships 
•Proactively seek ways to improve billing process 
•Monitor and update new clients and maters for required billing guidelines, invoice formats/settings, discount and rate arrangements 
•Demonstrate an ability to be proactive and provide best-in-class service to attorneys, staff, vendors and clients by being professional and responsive 
•Understand the Firm’s electronic billing system and communicate requirements as needed 
•Identify trends and issues with performance in relation to practice group profitability and client fee agreements
•Ensure data accuracy in intake process
•Understand and utilize systems to maintain information 
•Run reports, analyze data and prepare spreadsheets
•Provide training on new software 
•Lead billing and timekeeping system-related orientation sessions for new team members 
•Assist in developing procedures and documentation 
•Compare and analyze financial data to propose billing solutions
•Review and understand discounting, rates, pricing, and volume discounts 
•Stay up to date and educate attorneys on the firm’s alternative fee options
•Process electronic invoicing of clients using client-determined external websites
•Process and mail final copies of invoices (in all formats) 
•Understand technical aspects of billing software and utilize systems to maintain information
•Resolve inquiries and issues related to billing functions 

Minimum Requirements:
•Associates or Bachelor’s degree in Accounting related field preferred; High School Diploma required  
•Strong bookkeeping background
•Knowledge of electronic billing sites, preferred
•Knowledge of Ledes and XML formats, preferred 
•Prior experience working in a professional services or law firm setting, preferred 
•Continuous learner seeking out additional supervisory responsibilities 
•Strong analytical skills and ability to use data for process improvement and efficiencies 
•Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office products 
•Able to adapt to fast pace work environment
•Ability to multi-task and effectively manage time
•Must have strong attention to detail
•Strong technology skills and ability to learn and teach others new software 
•Must be organized
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills 
•Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and to prioritize duties and use good judgment
•Strong interpersonal skills necessary to deal courteously and effectively with a diverse group of people, both on the phone and in person
•Integral team player for the billing team
•Must be able to perform all essential duties

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.  

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 
Paralegal
Location: Chicago,Columbus,Indianapolis
Pay Type: Hourly
Department: Real Estate
Job Description:
Ice Miller LLP is seeking an experienced paralegal to join our team. The paralegal will be responsible for researching, preparing and updating documents to support the Firm’s practice. The employee must be capable of working in a fast-paced environment, with time-sensitive materials, and maintain strict confidentiality due to the nature of the position. 

Essential Job Duties: 
•Review Real Estate due diligence for finance, acquisition and disposition transactions
•Critically review title reports, policies, and underlying documentation support for property ownership, encumbrances, and other pertinent ‘checklist’ items; discuss, negotiate and manage title curative items with title agent(s); Draft, deliver and negotiate title objection letters under supervision of supervising attorney 
•Draft corporate organizational documentation including LLC and LP agreements and filed with appropriate jurisdiction
•Draft lease abstract summaries in relation to review of various easements, leases and option agreements
•Work closely with attorneys, title companies, lenders, and real estate agents to facilitate real estate closings by the anticipated closing date
•Provide assistance in the investigation and preparation of disclosure offering documents 
•Draft and track timetables for multiple transactions
•Assist attorneys with drafting and preparing correspondence, resolutions, notices and other legal documents
•Communicate with clients and assist with other clerical matters within practice group
•Coordinate closing activities and manage various client communications and logistics
•Provide high level support to legal team
•Assist in the gathering of materials and organizing and assembling transcript of proceedings 
•Develop and maintain research and file documents as it relates to practice group
•Manage various projects and deals as assigned by Practice Group 

Minimum Requirements:
•High School Diploma required; Bachelor’s degree or paralegal certificate a plus 
•Strong understanding of real estate terminology  
•Strong organizational skills and exceptional attention to detail will be required 
•Demonstrated commitment delivering quality legal services 
•Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and coordinate multiple projects simultaneously 
•Exhibits resourcefulness and flexibility 
•Demonstrates analytical and critical thinking skills
•Ability to take initiative to complete tasks
•Must be able to perform all essential job duties 

Candidates must have permanent authorization to work in the United States. In addition, candidates must be fully vaccinated for Covid-19, except those who have an approved medical or religious exemption.

Ice Miller is committed to recruiting, developing and retaining talented attorneys and professional staff from all backgrounds. In order to succeed, we take great pride in a culture of inclusion where everyone at Ice Miller feels respected, is treated fairly and has the opportunity to perform at the highest potential. Learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity & Inclusion efforts on our website.

Ice Miller is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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