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We understand that a new job or career move is one of the most important decisions you’ll make in life. It impacts not only your financial situation but also your family, your lifestyle, and your other long-term goals and objectives.
We strive to earn your trust and confidence by offering confidential and comprehensive career planning advice. We focus on what matters most to you and provide the insight and perspective needed to make the best-informed decision when seeking your next career move. We work proactively with the hiring partners, general counsel and legal administrators of large and midsize firms, corporations, non-profit and governmental entities to identify the qualities, skills and business objectives important to their organizations.
We have the knowledge and insight to place the right people in the best opportunities. And the best part? We’ve done everything in our power to make working with Major Legal Services simple and streamlined. We leverage custom-built technology to allow for mobile video interviews, cloud-hosted electronic employment documents and online applications. This means cost and time savings for everyone involved.
We also offer a variety of benefits for our employees:
Healthcare BenefitsMedical, dental and vision insurance are available after 60 days of employment.
Paid HolidaysMLS associates are eligible for paid holidays.
At MLS, we are proud to support our associates through their job search as confidential advisers.
Take advantage of our exisiting relationships and get into a company that may have been hard to land on your own.
Insight to Culture Fit
With our long-standing partnerships, we know exactly what a client’s company is like, and if they’ll be a fit for you.
Major Legal Services works with partners and senior counsel, associates, recent graduates and paralegal and administrative professionals. So whether you are seeking opportunities with a law firm, corporate legal department, non-profit or governmental entity, we have the positions to fit your goals and objectives.
MLS also offers a range of employment options including:
Direct Hire Placement | Contract Assignments | Contract-to-Hire Arrangements | Special Expertise Consulting | Outsourced Project Management Placements
Questions Commonly Asked by Candidates
What is your process for identifying/screening candidates?
We provide a consultative approach to identify our clients’ business objectives and requirements. We maintain a state of the art database of active and passive candidates. We connect with our candidates through a variety of confidential pre-screening efforts including in-person and video conference interviews to ensure qualified and committed candidates before submitting names and/or resumes to our clients.
What is the process for applying?
You can apply for positions on our website or by submitting your detailed resume to one of our recruiters directly. Sharing a cover letter or email which gives the recruiters information about your job search, including your interest in temporary and/or direct hire positions and salary requirements will allow our recruiters to identify the best opportunities for you.
Does working with MLS limit my ability to search on my own?
No. Working with MLS does not restrict your ability to search on your own. Since MLS can not guarantee employment we encourage you to continue your independent job search. We consider ourselves to be an additional resource to our candidates.
Do you work with recent graduates?
Yes, legal professionals at all experience levels are encouraged to register with our company including recent graduates.
Do you help with resume preparation?
MLS does not offer resume writing services, however we do provide feedback and suggestions on candidate resumes.
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