Welcome to LSAC's Employment Opportunities page. We proudly offer a supportive, team-oriented environment, competitive salaries, and a flexible, cafeteria-style benefits package.
Headquartered in the Newtown section of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, we are approximately 30 miles north of Philadelphia and 20 miles south of Princeton, New Jersey. LSAC is best known for administering the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). However, we do much more. With the commitment and support of our staff members, we will continue to fulfill our mission—to provide quality services to law schools, law school applicants and potential applicants, and the educational community. We invite you to join us in achieving our goals.
LSAC takes great pride in its dedication to being an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals, including minorities, women, and people who are disabled.
Training and Education Specialist
Position Code: TES
Group: Law School Support Services
Application Deadline: October 13, 2014
The Training and Education Specialist will be responsible with a team for supporting a regional grouping of law schools in the areas of training, support and education of: the law school admission office use of technology related to the LSAC system; the use and interpretation of data from the LSAC database; LSAC services and policies; procedural best practices; and other forms of assistance as it relates to the exchange and analysis of admission-related data. Extensive travel is involved (at least 80 percent travel is expected). Weekend and evening work is expected. Reports to assigned Regional Team Leader and interacts with identified experts within LSAC who are available to answer questions and to provide additional law school support in the areas of technology, statistics, etc. on an as needed basis. Is a member of the team that works to assure quality support to law schools.
Bachelor's degree required; degree in education or a systems-related discipline preferred. Knowledge of the higher education admission environment preferred. Knowledge of the law school admission environment desirable. Must be able to work independently, be self-motivated, resourceful, and flexible. Must be able to set priorities, handle various projects with conflicting demands, and be detail-oriented. Travel is required. Weekend and evening work will be expected. Excellent oral and written communication skills required. Ability to exercise discretion in handling sensitive and confidential material required. Must be able to relate to various constituent groups effectively. Must have excellent organization skills and ability to plan diverse activities effectively and efficiently. Experience with computers, Internet technologies (web browsers, email, etc.), Microsoft Office and database systems required. General knowledge of Crystal Reports, Adobe Captivate, CRM and student information systems (Banner, PeopleSoft) desired.
Assistant General Counsel—Legal Affairs
Position Code: AGCLA
Group: Legal Affairs
Application Deadline: September 22, 2014
Responsible for assisting the General Counsel in the provision of legal services to the Law School Admission Council (LSAC). Manage the contract review and approval process. Develop, revise, and advise on the interpretation and implementation of internal policies. Provide support for various governance activities, including, but not limited to, the LSAC Misconduct and Irregularities Subcommittee and the Finance and Legal Affairs Committee. Serve as a member of the Questioned Test-Score Review Board and respond to legal inquiries regarding it. Perform such other duties as needed.
JD or equivalent law degree required. Admission to the Pennsylvania Bar Association, with, at minimum, an in-house corporate counsel license (or eligibility for bar admission within six months) required. Minimum of five years relevant experience in the provision of legal services to in-house or external clients required. Work experience in an educational testing organization or higher education institution strongly preferred. Strong writing, analytical, organizational, and speaking skills required. Demonstrated ability to exercise confidentiality and sound independent judgment required. Good client-relations skills required.
Once you find a position that interests you, send your résumé and letter of application stating the position you are applying for, position code, and salary requirements through one of the following three application options:
C. Rommel, HR Section
Law School Admission Council
PO BOX 40
Newtown PA 18940
(Please send résumé in Microsoft Word format.)
NOTE: Only résumés with salary requirements will be considered.
Please feel free to contact our Human Resources Section via email at employment@LSAC.org.