Administration / Marketing


Newmeyer & Dillion’s employees work together to provide the highest level of service and cost-efficient, innovative and practical solutions to the firm.  We look for professionals who are experienced, self-motivated, confident, organized and hardworking. An ideal candidate will fit the firm's cultural pillars of Like, Trust, Respect & Loyalty.  We promote a spirit of personal motivation and encourage an attitude of self-confidence among all members of our firm.


Director of Human Resources - Newport Beach


Newmeyer & Dillion, LLP, a regional firm consistently named among OCBJ’s Best Places to Work, is a multi-service law firm that provides both litigation and transactional representation. The firm represents a wide variety of clients, which include national and local businesses, real estate development companies, and individuals.  The firm has 180 attorneys and employees with offices in Newport Beach, Walnut Creek and Las Vegas. 

Responsibilities:

We are currently seeking an innovative, forward-thinking individual to serve as Director of Human Resources, based in the firm’s Newport Beach office.  The Director of Human Resources is responsible for leading all areas of employee relations, from on-boarding to off-boarding, talent acquisition and management, compensation and benefits administration, compliance, and legal support administrative services.  The successful candidate has a proven record of implementing creative solutions, such as legal industry staffing models, and is driven to provide process improvement strategies.  A detailed job description will be provided to interested candidates.  

Qualifications:

  • 8+ years of HR experience in a professional services environment (legal industry preferred)
  • Bachelor’s degree required, with HR Certification highly desired

Qualified candidates are asked to submit a resume and cover letter indicating salary requirements to Julie.Logan@ndlf.com.

Newmeyer & Dillion is committed to providing equal opportunity in all of our employment practices, including selection, hiring, promotion, transfer, compensation, termination, and training, without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, pregnancy, age, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected by federal, state, and local law. Reasonable accommodation is available for qualified individuals with disabilities, upon request.