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Legal Operations Specialist

Posted Nov 16
Full Time

Description & Requirements

Position Description & Requirements



Radiology Partners, through its owned and affiliated practices, is a leading radiology practice in the U.S., serving hospitals and other healthcare facilities across the nation. As a physician-led and physician-owned practice, we advance our bold mission by innovating across clinical value, technology, service and economics, while elevating the role of radiology and radiologists in healthcare. Radiology is a team sport, and Radiology Partners is building a community of physicians and support teammates who embody our practice values and believe in our bold mission to transform radiology. Our support team is a vital force within the practice, using their gifts and talents to improve the overall healthcare experience. Using a proven healthcare services model, Radiology Partners provides consistent, high-quality care to patients, while delivering enhanced value to the hospitals, clinics, imaging centers and referring physicians we serve.


Radiology Partners is seeking a Legal Operations Specialist who is looking for an exciting and fast-paced in-house opportunity at our rapidly expanding practice. The position will report to the Director of Legal Operations and will focus on a broad range of the Practice’s legal department needs and growth, including areas of vendor management, financial management, technology administration, knowledge management, metric development and reporting, and special projects.



The Legal Operations Specialist will join Radiology Partners’ growing legal department, working alongside and in support of our highly experienced business team. The department is a great environment in which to learn and develop as a professional, and reflects the energetic, and collaborative culture of Radiology Partners. 


Provide support on a variety of legal operations areas relating to financial management, vendor management and strategy, technology selection, implementation, and administration, knowledge management, metric development and department reporting. Duties include:

  • Assist with the development and maintenance of all Legal Department IT systems including tracking and implementing updates/renewals; designing and implementing new initiatives; suggesting and implementing improvements to current systems; working with or serving as network administrator for IT systems; and identifying opportunities to leverage technology solutions to resolve business issues
  • Support Legal Department invoicing processes, including standardizing processes and procedures, overseeing billing guidelines and vendor management, ensuring proper coding, and analysis and recommending cost-saving measures
  • Support with documentation of financial reporting for outside legal fee spend including validating and ensuring integrity of data
  • Assist with development and tracking of performance metrics, which may include client satisfaction surveys, and spending benchmarking
  • Partner with IT to help implement legal/compliance system upgrades, enhancements, patches, etc. as needed to support the goals of the Department
  •  Assist with training on Legal Department systems including overseeing and development of standard procedures/manuals
  • Act as a liaison for the Legal Department with corporate support functions including IT, Finance, Accounting, Revenue Operations and Human Resources 
  • Assist with general operational matters including department meetings and events, training opportunities, teambuilding strategies and other activities within the Legal Department, as needed 



  • 1 - 2 years of business experience in project management, information technology or comparable position leading large-scale projects/programs, preferably in a legal department or firm; understanding of full project lifecycle management
  • Experience working with cloud-based and on-prem legal department technology solutions (e.g., e-billing, contract and document management, self-service contracting, e-signature, knowledge management)
  • Strong technical skills; proficient in all Microsoft Office applications.
  • Proven project management skills to consistently complete projects on-time with great attention to detail; capability to handle multiple assignments and manage major projects to successful completion
  • Strong analytical skills, ability to gather, analyze and extract useful data
  • High level of professionalism; handles sensitive/confidential information with appropriate care
  • Eager to go the ‘extra mile.’ Takes ownership of an issue once aware of it – goes the extra step to proactively seek out answers to problems that may fall outside area of expertise
  • Experience in seeking ways to improve/enhance processes, find efficiencies, think outside the box
  • Experience with Agiloft, CSC, or Onit a plus
  • Knowledge and experience with process improvement skills, such as Six Sigma, Process/Program Management, or related certifications, a plus
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Ability to multi-task and prioritize work matters
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strategic thinking skills to provide practical advice with an awareness of legal risks in the business context
  • Intermediate MS Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel required 


Radiology Partners is an equal opportunity employer. RP is committed to being an inclusive, safe and welcoming environment where everyone has equal access and equitable resources to reach their full potential. We are united by our Mission to Transform Radiology and in turn have an important impact on the patients we serve and the healthcare system overall. We hold that diversity is a key source of strength from which we will build a practice culture that is inclusive for all. Our goal is to empower and engage the voice of every teammate to promote awareness, compassion and a healthy respect for differences.

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