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 EOE/AA Employer. All qualified individuals, including minorities, women, and people who are differently abled, are encouraged to apply.
Assistant Director for Diversity Initiatives
Position Code: ADDI – CHE
Group: Diversity Initiatives
Application Deadline: Until the position is filled
This position will report to LSAC’s Executive Director for Diversity Initiatives. The assistant director will collaborate in developing and administering educational programs and initiatives to increase the number of lawyers from underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, LGBTQ, and other groups that contribute to the diversity of the legal profession. Frequent travel is required.
The ideal candidate will have a college degree, strong oral and written communication skills, experience in all forms of social media, and a commitment to encouraging students from diverse backgrounds to pursue college and graduate school degrees. Must possess some knowledge and understanding of issues affecting the educational attainment of students from diverse backgrounds, ability to analyze complex data, experience preparing technical reports, and the ability to exercise discretion in handling sensitive and confidential information. Excellent organizational and time-management skills are essential. The ability to meet project deadlines is also required. Preference will be given both to candidates with advanced degrees in related fields—including law, education, business, and other disciplines—and to candidates with similar prior experience in nonprofit organizations, educational associations, or colleges and universities.
Position Code: PF
Group: Project Management
Application Deadline: March 6, 2017
Responsibilities include supporting the Director of Law School Support Services (LSSS), LSSS staff, and Law School Services Portfolio. This includes the project administration support of all work assigned within the Law School Services Portfolio. This person will work closely with members of the Law School Services Portfolio and the LSSS staff to provide communications throughout the portfolio, documentation, meeting preparation and follow-up, maintenance of schedules and project plans, maintenance of documentation and other deliverables in the portfolio related to project work, and other administrative tasks related to project management and LSSS Services.
As part of the Project Management Group, tasks include scheduling and coordination of support for LSSS project-related responsibilities; development of training materials; enhancement of project communication to LSSS during the project life cycle, including functionality and status; coordination of resource assignments for the Law School Portfolio projects; maintenance and updating of current information with the Instantis Project Management System; support for the LSSS communication plan; tracking of target dates; reminders and follow-ups on recurring projects; assistance with communication to the law schools and tracking of tasks; and coordination and support of workshops, meetings, and special projects.
Qualifications include college degree and/or the combination of related experience and education, and excellent oral and written communications skills. Experience with project management tasks and deliverables are preferred. Ability to listen and capture the notes, issues, decisions, next steps, and critical points in preparing meeting minutes and other related documentation, knowledge of MS Project, MS Outlook, MS Word, MS Excel, and MS Power Point required. Knowledge of all LSSS systems and procedures would be a definite plus. Must have ability to plan and make the necessary arrangements for attendees, logistics, travel, presentations, materials, and so on, in support of off-site meetings and conferences.
Member Technical Staff, Data Center/Network Infrastructure Engineer
Position Code: DCNE
Group: Technical Services
Application Deadline: February 27, 2017
As a member of the data center infrastructure team, the data center/network infrastructure engineer is responsible for all support and maintenance in the network infrastructure environment. The network environment includes, but is not limited to, routers, switches, firewalls, load balancers, telephony system, and data center equipment. The data center/network infrastructure engineer is responsible for participating in planning, development, and implementation of networking systems, and interfacing with and supporting various teams and people, including applications development, security, and end users in line with organizational goals. The data center/network infrastructure engineer is also responsible for ensuring preparation and completeness of documentation of all systems and infrastructure components. Works with the team to develop skills and share knowledge gained; assists in promoting a 3 Deep coverage philosophy. Participates in DevOps and adheres to change/problem/incident/event management processes and procedures. This position entails availability outside of regular shift hours, including early morning/late night and weekend work as necessary.
A degree in computer science or similar technical degree with 3+ years of hands-on experience or combination of education and experience. Must demonstrate technical aptitude and interpersonal skills necessary to contribute to the network infrastructure area with a focus on routing, switching, firewall and load balancing. Must have a working knowledge of Cisco-based networking components (wiring, switches, etc.), firewalls, load balancers, remote access, and data networks/systems. Knowledge of voice networking and experience with telecom a plus. Strong technical aptitude and knowledge of the following technical areas is required: Cisco IOS and NX-OS, OSI/TCP/IP models, network protocols (OSPF, EIGRP, BGP, IPSec, 802.3, 802.11), firewall/VPN policy and best practices, load balancing. Knowledge of the following is preferred: SolarWinds NPM, Application Performance Management (APM), Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), Check Point Security administration. Ability to troubleshoot and analyze problems and work in high pressure situations. Able to work independently as well as part of a team. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
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.