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Career Opportunities

Best Place to Work

Edgar Snyder & Associates has once again been voted one of the Top Places to Work in Pittsburgh.

This honor is based on surveys that encourage employees to anonymously rate their workplaces based on a variety of characteristics. Comments from our attorneys and staff cited many benefits to working at the law firm, including activities to promote employee health and wellness as well as a commitment to community service.

At Edgar Snyder & Associates, we are proud of these awards. We believe the mark of a great business is happy, productive employees.

Employment Opportunities

For the past 30 years, Edgar Snyder & Associates has built a culture of excellence and earned a reputation for taking care of clients and giving back to the community. We’ve built a team of professionals with laser focus on winning clients the resources they need to rebuild their lives. That team is comprised of high-achieving lawyers, paralegals, legal assistants, and other team members who provide a personal touch. We’re consistently ranked among the best places to work in Pittsburgh, and we strive to recognize and reward the focus and drive of our employees.

Learn more about our current openings:

Temporary Office Assistant (Johnstown)

Description

Edgar Snyder & Associates is looking for a detail-oriented Office Assistant for our Johnstown PA office. This is a temporary position that will last approximately 3-6 months.

Edgar Snyder & Associates is a plaintiff personal injury law firm with over 140 staff and five office locations. Anyone who lives in Western Pennsylvania and watches television will likely recognize Edgar Snyder as the injury lawyer who points and says: “There’s never a fee unless we get money for you.” For over 30 years, the law firm has represented over 40,000 accident victims as well as injured workers entitled to PA Workers’ Compensation benefits and people with disabilities who have been denied Social Security disability benefits.

The Office Assistant will support the Firm Services Department's Closed Case Retention project. The tasks of the role will include:

  • Breaking down and scanning confidential files
  • Moving file boxes
  • Storing/organizing electronic documents
  • Some administrative support, including typing, filing, preparing correspondence, mailing, inventory requests, photocopying, faxing, collating, answering phones, delivering messages and other activities
  • Assisting the department and firm with special projects, reports and other support requests

Requirements

  • Excellent communication skills and willingness to learn
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Basic computer skills
  • Ability to lift 20 pounds
  • Scanning experience a plus

For consideration, please apply via the link provided.

Temporary Office Assistant (Pittsburgh)

Description

Edgar Snyder & Associates is looking for a detail-oriented Office Assistant for our Pittsburgh PA office.

Edgar Snyder & Associates is a plaintiff personal injury law firm with over 140 staff and five office locations. Anyone who lives in Western Pennsylvania and watches television will likely recognize Edgar Snyder as the injury lawyer who points and says: “There’s never a fee unless we get money for you.” For over 30 years, the law firm has represented over 40,000 accident victims as well as injured workers entitled to PA Workers’ Compensation benefits and people with disabilities who have been denied Social Security disability benefits.

The Office Assistant will support the Firm Services Department's Closed Case Retention project. The tasks of the role will include:

  • Breaking down and scanning confidential files
  • Moving file boxes
  • Storing/organizing electronic documents
  • Some administrative support, including typing, filing, preparing correspondence, mailing, inventory requests, photocopying, faxing, collating, answering phones, delivering messages and other activities.
  • Assisting the department and firm with special projects, reports and other support requests

Requirements

Marketing Director

Description

The Marketing Director works in collaboration with the leader of the Marketing Department Discipline. The Marketing Director is responsible for setting the firm's brand & marketing direction. The Marketing Director is responsible for owning the Edgar Snyder & Associates (ESA) brand, the marketing strategy, and all marketing activities. And, leading the Marketing Department.

The following are the specific duties & responsibilities:

1. Work with ESA leadership to develop the firm's Brand & Marketing Strategy that contributes to the firm's growth.

The Marketing Director will work with the ESA leadership team (and marketing consultancy partner) to create the marketing strategy and marketing plan that outlines specific goals, best target market, positioning & measures of success. The Marketing Director will execute effective marketing campaigns that are analyzed against the marketing strategy and will make ongoing recommendations.

2. Leads the Marketing Department

The Marketing Director is responsible for overseeing, leading, managing & directing a fully- integrated Marketing Department steeped in marketing excellence.

3. Directs Messaging & Creative Strategy

Responsible for the ESA brand voice. The Marketing Director is held accountable for brand consistency & message delivery. It’s vital the marketing director possesses strong creative judgement that aligns with the ESA brand vision. The director will oversee all creative & content development (all media – TV, Outdoor, Radio, Digital, Social, etc.)

4. Data & Research Knowledge

The Marketing Director will utilize data resources to set & measure KPI’s goals & informed decision-making. The director is responsible for setting attainable goals that are clearly measured. They will embrace data, reports, category insights, research, trends & key success measures to make evidence-based decisions. The director must be tech-savvy. And, is responsible for researching demand for ESA’s products & services as well as our competitive-set.

5. Leading outside partnerships

The Marketing Director is responsible for leading, developing & collaborating with all external marketing resources to provide clear direction & deliver quality deliverables. It’s vital the marketing director has experience and possesses best practices and holds partners accountable.

6. Manage Media & Creative

It’s vital the Marketing Director is knowledgeable on media strategy, planning & execution. The marketing director must possess understanding of all forms of media, mass media, including TV and especially new media & the digital landscape. The marketing director must show excellence in creative judgement and knowledge of the creative development process.

7. Fiscal Knowledge

The Marketing Director must have strong fiscal knowledge. They are responsible for developing & managing a significant marketing budget. The director will manage specific marketing campaigns, project initiatives, sponsorships, expenditures, research and development appropriations, ROI, P&L, contracts & vendor costs. They must ensure that budget is managed in an effective and efficient manner.

8. Relentless Learner

It is key the Marketing Director stays up-to-date on the latest technologies, innovations, marketing trends, category knowledge, media landscape and leadership understanding. They must embark in on-going marketing education.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, marketing, communications or related field. An MBA is a plus, but not a requirement.
  • Proven work experience as a marketing leader, marketing director and running a marketing team.
  • The ability to lead & communicate to team members, key stakeholders at all levels of the firm, including the C-level partners.
  • Proven marketing campaign experience.
  • Experience with mass media, specifically TV, and all digital marketing forms, such as social media marketing & content marketing.
  • Strong copywriting skills.
  • Excellent listening skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal, written & oral communication skills.
  • Experience utilizing the current (or a similar software platform) data & analytics system.
  • Experience with MS Office & Excel (need to ID all ESA necessary platforms).
  • Proven ability to multi-task and manage a fair amount of project volume.
  • Extreme sharp attention to detail.
  • Negotiation & presentation skills.
  • Align with ESA values.
Executive Assistant

Description

The Executive Assistant is responsible for calendar management, requiring interaction with internal and external executives, assistants, judges, and attorneys to coordinate a variety of complex meetings and tasks. Acts as a liaison between internal and external constituents and the Managing Partners.

  1. Schedule and coordinate all meetings for management team. Ensures meeting conflicts are resolved and management team has appropriate time in between meetings. Acts as a calendar gatekeeper for management team.
  2. Acts as a liaison between the management team and external constituents including clients, vendors, media, and community non-profits.
  3. Creates and maintains a task list for management team and ensures they are on track as well as follows up with others in the organization.
  4. Creates agendas for all meetings that management team is facilitating and ensures meeting participants are sent agenda in advance.
  5. Upon request, takes minutes and distributes to meeting attendees.
  6. Makes travel arrangements upon request.
  7. Processes expense reports on behalf of the management team.
  8. Purchases supplies, gifts, etc. other items related to the business on behalf of the management team.
  9. Other duties as requested.

Requirements

The successful candidate for the Executive Assistant position will have the following characteristics:

  • Exhibits behavior consistent with ESA's core values of client-first, excellence, honesty, teamwork, and professionalism and respect.
  • Mastery of Microsoft Outlook calendar and full use of functionality relating to scheduling.
  • Able to support preparation of documents with strict confidentiality, independently drafting for review and signature as needed.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to develop relationships with internal and external constituents.
  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal.
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Able to effectively handle multiple and shifting priorities and maintain professional composure.
  • Able to produce high quality work under pressure and within tight deadlines.
  • Resourceful self-starter who takes initiative to quickly assimilate and apply new knowledge.
  • Proficient in MS Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).

Qualifications

Minimum of 5 years of administrative assistant experience in a fast paced, growing organization required.

Experience supporting and working with executives or senior management is preferred.

Bachelors degree in related field preferred.

An equivalent combination of training and relevant work experience may be substituted for training/experience on a year-for-year basis.

Medical Records Specialist

Description

  • Acts as a liaison between the support staff from the firm and the medical records providers by handling all requests for records with strict adherence to deadlines and confidentiality.
  • Requests, tracks and organizes medical records for client cases. Ensures that all requests are completed by the deadlines.
  • Receives, records and profiles all medical records both electronically and via hard copies.
  • Implements a timely tracking and follow up system to ensure the status updates of all medical records are accurately recorded in the system. Takes appropriate actions to expedite the processing system when needed.
  • Implements a communication and notification process to keep all parties informed of the status of medical records requests. Promptly identifies issues and irregularities; provides timely and frequent updates to the Medical Records Coordinator. Documents any irregularities in the system.
  • Maintains accurate filing and document system. Follows established processes to ensure that records are incorporated into the correct case file.
  • Interacts with firm personnel, visitors and medical records providers in a professional and courteous manner. Responds promptly and efficiently to all communications.
  • Provides administrative support, including typing, filing, preparing correspondence, mailing, inventory requests, photocopying, faxing, collating, answering phones, delivering messages and other activities.
  • Assists the department and firm with special projects, reports and other support requests.
  • Assists in reviewing and reconciling billing invoices based on medical records requests. This may involve researching submissions and verifying delivery of products to support invoice payment.

Requirements

Minimum of three (3) years of experience in an administrative role preferred.

Experience working in an administrative support role with medical records in a law firm, health care facility or third party records company preferred.

Associates' degree in business management, administrative services or comparable field preferred.

An equivalent combination of training and relevant work experience may be substituted for training/experience on a year-for-year basis.

  • Detail-oriented, organized, motivated, meticulous, practical & flexible. Able to effectively handle multiple and shifting priorities and maintain professional composure while under stress or conflict.
  • Able to work in a fast-paced, high energy and team-oriented environment. Able to produce high quality work under pressure and within tight deadlines.
  • A resourceful self-starter who takes initiative to quickly assimilate and apply new knowledge.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills. Able to effectively communicate information.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; able to develop relationships with coworkers, customers and colleagues. Builds trust, honors commitments and treats all with respect. Uses those skills to accurately accomplish tasks by the deadlines.
  • Able to work independently and as part of a team. Able to resolve issues, manage conflict and be a problem solver.
  • Demonstrates strong sense of customer service. Able to promote a collaborative and productive work culture. Exhibits behavior consistent with the ESA's core values.
  • Advanced computer skills including MS Office applications (Word, Excel, Power Point), Internet, e-mail, database management and scheduling software programs.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Working at Edgar Snyder & Associates

Want to know what it's like to work at Edgar Snyder & Associates? Hear it straight from our staff:

"The best part of my job is having the satisfaction of knowing you've helped people through what may be one of the most difficult periods of their lives."
Lisa S., Personal Injury Legal Assistant

"The people I work with are great – they are very caring and work very hard. There is always something new to learn, which keeps the job interesting."
Arlene U., Personal Injury Legal Assistant

"I enjoy that the typical day is fast paced. Each day is exciting, and it makes the days and weeks simply fly by. And, ESA goes out of its way to make the office environment comfortable and enjoyable." – Attorney Lawrence Gurrera

Giving Back to Our Communities

At Edgar Snyder & Associates, we want to be more than just a law firm that helps injured people – we also want to give back to the communities where we live and work.

Whether it’s through sponsorships, community service projects, or volunteering, we’re proud of everything our staff has done to create our culture of giving back. And we’re thankful for all that they continue to do to support our efforts.

You can learn more about our work in the community in the Giving Back section of our website.

EOE

Edgar Snyder & Associates is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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