Non-Attorney Employment Opportunities

 

Listed by City then by Date Posted  

 

(Updated 5/20/2019)

 

 

 

Anchorage: Paralegal I – Office of Public Advocacy

 

The Office of Public Advocacy (OPA) is recruiting for a Paralegal I in its Appeals and Statewide Defense unit, which is located in Anchorage.  This OPA office provides representation for indigent criminal defendants and civil litigants in a wide range of cases: felony and misdemeanor trials, criminal appeals, post-conviction relief proceedings, juvenile delinquency cases, public guardian proceedings for incapacitated adults, and Child in Need of Aid cases.

 

The Paralegal I position is the sole paralegal for the unit’s six attorneys.  Administrative support is also provided by one law office assistant.  If you have any questions, please contact Brandy.glaudo@alaska.gov.

 

If you are interested in this position please apply on line at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/alaska/jobs/2451272/paralegal-i-pcn-02-1722?location[0]=anchorage&sort=PositionTitle%7CAscending&page=10&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs .  The position closes 5/28/2019 at 5:00 p.m.   

 

(Posted 5/20/2019)


Anchorage: Labor Relations Director – Anchorage School District

 

Salary: $115,000 – $140,000 DOE

Position closes on May 28, 2019

 

Job Summary

Under the direction of the Chief Human Resources Officer, the Senior Director, Labor Relations oversees all aspects of labor relations for the Anchorage School District, including employee discipline, grievance processing, contract interpretation and administration, and labor contract negotiations. The Senior Director also develops and implements training for supervisors and staff and facilitates conflict resolution and mediation programs. The position has a retirement association with the Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS).

 

Job Requirements

  1. Bachelor’s degree.
  2. Professional Human Resources (PHR), Senior Professional Human Resources (SPHR) or equivalent, such as SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.
  3. Five years’ experience in labor relations in a supervisory or management-level
  4. Knowledge and experience in collective bargaining, grievance handling, mediation, arbitration, contract administration, employee discipline, employment practices, and performance

Essential Job Functions

  1. Interprets, administers, and negotiates collective bargaining agreements under the direction of the Chief Human Resources Officer.
  2. Provides direction and guidance, and acts as a resource for supervisory staff with grievance response responsibilities.
  3. Counsels school principals, administrators, and employees regarding disciplinary policies and procedures, compliance with collective bargaining agreements, and Anchorage School Board policies, rules, and regulations.
  4. Represents ASD in internal grievances, in hearings with external agencies, and in
  5. Reviews and coordinates the administration of all disciplinary action (oral reprimand, written reprimand, suspension, dismissal) with supervisory
  6. Develops and coordinates training for principals, supervisors, and staff in areas of employee discipline, harassment prevention and response, professionalism, workplace conduct expectations, effective leadership strategies, and other labor relations
  7. Represents the department at school board and committee meetings and at community events as directed by the Chief Human Resources
  8. Supervises labor relations generalist and other staff as directed by the Chief Human Resources

To apply: https://www.applitrack.com/asd/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Classified+Administration

 

Contact Amanda Graham with questions, 907-742-4515 or graham_amanda@asdk12.org

 

(Posted 5/15/2019)


Anchorage: Legal Assistant – Social Security Administration

 

Duties:   Incumbent provides legal and technical support to Administrative Law Judges (ALJs) attorneys and paralegal specialists in the processing of entitlement cases pursuant to Titles II, XVI and XVIII of the Social Security Act, as amended.  Incumbent is responsible for the processing of a hearing case from its receipt in the office to its completion, independently performing a wide range of case development actions. Examines assigned hearing cases containing a wide variety of medical and legal documentation to ensure sufficiency of evidence or documentation. The incumbent will analyze documentary evidence and identifies the need for additional evidence from Disability Determination Services (DDS), (i.e. state agencies), physicians, hospitals, SSA District Offices, etc. Identifies and resolves discrepancies and/or deficiencies in case development. Analyzes post-hearing medical development, identifies conflicts within the record, and recommends further medical or vocational development of the case. Performs technical research for ALJs, staff attorneys and paralegal specialists. Composes complex and/or technical correspondence. Communicates orally on a daily basis with attorneys, lay representatives, claimants, Congressional offices, and other third parties to answer questions relating to the hearing process. Assures that all evidence and testimony presented at the hearing is complete and recorded.

 

Qualifications & Key Requirements:

Interested candidates must submit a complete resume package as described on the announcement located at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/533036600

 

To be assured of consideration for a position, interested applicants should apply before 4:30 p.m. on May 23, 2019

 

(Posted 5/14/2019)


Anchorage: Legal Assistant – Hughes White Colbo Wilcox & Tervooren, LLC

 

We are seeking an experienced Legal Assistant for a litigation practice environment. This position is a blended one, with half of the focus on secretarial work and half of the focus on paralegal work in the family law sector.  Strong organization, team attitude, people skills, problem-solving initiative, the ability to work well under pressure at times, professionalism, and integrity are essential qualities for this position. 

 

Requires excellent technological skills and speed (MS Office including Word, Excel, Adobe Pro, USDC and State court filings, and research).  Familiarity with ProLaw is desirable but not required to apply. We provide an excellent work environment, a congenial group of team members, paid vacation and holidays, health insurance program, and 401K program. Salary is competitive and DOE. We are open to flexible hours.

 

If you are interested in interviewing for this position, please send your resume, cover letter and salary requirements to the firm administrator, Amanda Keough, at akeough@hugheswhite.com.

 

(Posted 5/14/2019)


Anchorage: Investigator I, II, III – Office of Public Advocacy

 

The Office of Public Advocacy (OPA) is recruiting for a flexibly staffed Investigator I, II, III  in its Appeals and Statewide Defense unit, which is located in Anchorage.

 

The Office of Public Advocacy’s mission is to provide constitutionally mandated legal representation to indigent clients appointed by the court when the Public Defender Agency has a conflict of interest. 

This position primarily conducts investigative activities related to criminal defense cases and assists attorneys in obtaining and evaluating information and evidence, enabling them to provide effective legal representation.  If you have any questions, please contact Brandy.glaudo@alaska.gov.

 

If you are interested in this position please review apply on line at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/alaska/jobs/2443504/investigator-i-ii-iii-pcn-02-1601?location[0]=juneau&location[1]=anchorage&sort=PositionTitle%7CAscending&page=10&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs.  The position closes 5/20/2019 at 5:00 p.m. 

 

(Posted 5/13/2019)


Anchorage: Education and Outreach Coordinator – Alaska Legal Services Corporation

 

Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC) has an opening in its Anchorage office for a part-time position as Education and Outreach Coordinator to join the team that manages ALSC’s Fair Housing Project.

 

ALSC is a private non-profit law firm providing free civil legal assistance to low-income Alaskans through 11 offices throughout the state. The Fair Housing Project works to eliminate illegal housing discrimination and promotes equal access to housing by providing education, outreach, technical assistance, and enforcement opportunities specifically related to federal, state, and local fair housing laws. More information on the program is available at www.fairhousingalaska.org.

 

This position’s duties and responsibilities include: lead presentations and workshops on fair housing rights and responsibilities around the state; develop and distribute fair housing outreach materials; develop and maintain partnerships with community groups representing traditionally marginalized populations; compose monthly fair housing newsletter; assist with other community outreach efforts as needed; and assist with grant reporting.

 

Bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience required. Knowledge of fair housing laws and other housing and civil rights laws preferred. Familiarity with cross-cultural situations required.  Computer proficiency required (Windows operating system, Microsoft Office, Internet and e-mail, and data entry). 

 

ALSC is strongly committed to employing a diverse staff. Alaska Natives, Native Americans, other minorities, women and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

 

Hourly wage $16.71 to $23.91 DOE. Generous leave and benefits package.  Position open until filled; applicants are urged to apply soon.  To apply, submit cover letter, resume, and list of three professional references to: Daniel Coons, Fair Housing Project Director at dcoons@alsc-law.org.

 

(Posted 5/13/2019)


Anchorage: Manager, Enterprise Risk & Compliance – Alaska USA

 

Alaska USA is currently recruiting for a Manager, Enterprise Risk & Compliance position who will be responsible for implementing the Credit Union’s long term strategic compliance plan, in anticipation of future growth and expanded regulatory responsibilities and oversight. The right candidate will oversee the BSA/AML department, the Operations Risk Assessment Program, the Vendor Risk Management program, and the enterprise Compliance Officer. They will also identify and lead risk and compliance initiatives, develop and refine appropriate risk and compliance monitoring and testing processes, implement a centralized complaint management system for the Credit Union, and work with all levels and departments in the organization to reinforce and energize the risk and compliance ecosystem of the Credit Union.

 

EXPERIENCE:

  • Minimum of ten years of experience working at a senior level or higher in a heavily regulated industry, including direct experience with audit, regulatory compliance, and/or enterprise risk management. Impeccable ethical reputation and strong emotional intelligence. Previous executive-level experience preferred. Strongly prefer candidates with experience working in financial services and/or multi-state operations of a size and scale comparable to Alaska USA.

EDUCATION:

  • Bachelor’s degree in business, economics, finance, statistics, information technology, or related fields expected. MBA, Juris Doctorate (JD), and/or other applicable professional certification preferred (i.e., Commissioned Federal Bank Examiner; Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager; Certified Enterprise Risk Management Professional; Project Management Professional, etc.).

BENEFITS:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Bonus opportunities
  • Health Care Benefits
  • Matching 401k
  • Paid Leave

The credit union strives to provide employees a comfortable working atmosphere, career opportunities and financial security in the form of competitive compensation and comprehensive benefit programs.

 

Apply Online!

 

https://rn11.ultipro.com/ALA1009/JobBoard/JobDetails.aspx?__ID=*02A7C59B3A0CB66F

 

Equal Opportunity Employer

 

(Posted 5/9/2019)


Anchorage: Experienced Paralegal

 

Fast-paced, fun tax boutique law firm with offices in Alaska, Texas and Hawaii has an opening for a full-time paralegal in its’ Fort Worth, Texas and Anchorage, Alaska offices.

 

The successful candidate will:

  • Perform recordkeeping and bookkeeping;
  • Prepare tax-related forms;
  • Draft legal documents and other correspondence;
  • Maintain client files;
  • Assist attorneys with exhibits, pleadings, trial preparation, and tax audits and other tax-related matters;
  • Perform other miscellaneous administrative tasks to help ensure quality services to our clients;
  • Display professional, friendly attitude and neat appearance;
  • Be prompt, flexible, adaptable, and cooperative; and
  • Like puppies.

Requirements:

  • Minimum of five years’ experience as a paralegal in a tax law firm – OR – a 4-year college degree in paralegal or accounting studies and at least one year’s experience in a tax law firm;
  • Proficiency in Quickbooks;
  • Knowledge of accounting principles;
  • Basic knowledge of federal tax processes and vocabulary;
  • Knowledge of business formation;
  • Knowledge of estate planning;
  • Knowledge of all basic Windows programs, with keyboarding ability at 55 wpm; and
  • Experience with file management and tax preparation software.

Email resume, references, writing sample, and salary requirements to info@christyleelaw.com

 

(Posted 5/8/2019)


Anchorage: Legal Secretary – Reeves Amodio LLC

 

Reeves Amodio LLC is looking for a full time legal secretary in Anchorage.

 

Qualified candidates will have the following skills and attributes:

 

  • Experience in an office setting, to include:
    • Answering multi-line phones
    • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally with clients
    • Using a printer/copier/fax machine
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite, including Excel, Word, and Outlook
  • Responsible management of confidential information
  • Willingness to assist with general office duties, such as making coffee and greeting clients 
  • Ability to effectively prioritize and meet deadlines
  • Exceptional organizational skills, attention to detail, ability to prioritize, work independently and multi-task. 

Salary DOE.

Email blanche@reevesamodio.com to submit your resume.

 

(Posted 5/8/2019)


Anchorage:  Executive Director – Alaska State Commission for Human Rights

 

The Alaska State Commission for Human Rights is recruiting for an Executive Director.

 

The Executive Director serves as the principal chief executive officer of the agency, reporting directly to seven commissioners and is responsible for supervising programs and personnel of the Commission, including budget and administrative functions.

 

The Executive Director ensures complaints are impartially investigated; dismisses complaints where no substantial evidence of discrimination is found; conciliates complaints when staff finds substantial evidence of discrimination; and decides whether to refer complaints to public hearing.

 

The candidate will possess knowledge of: civil rights laws, procedures to enforce the laws; subject matter of ASCHR’s mandate; as well as the laws of other Federal and local equal rights agencies; effective management and supervisory principles.

 

Ability to: exercise authority and instill confidence in managing a program subject to high public scrutiny; speak effectively before public groups; communicate effectively in writing; supervise and maintain cooperative relationships and deal with government officials, legislators, and citizens under conditions requiring tact and judgment; analyze problems and develop solutions; function independently.

 

Graduation from an approved college with a bachelor’s degree and increasingly responsible professional experience in a management role is required.

 

Additional management experience or experience in legal analysis and work in the field of civil rights enforcement is preferred.

 

This job posting closes at 5:00 p.m. on May 20, 2019. Interested candidates must submit an up-to-date resume, cover letter, and an analytical writing sample to:

Toyia Del Valle, Administrative Officer, Alaska State Commission for Human Rights, 800 A Street, Suite 204, Anchorage, Alaska 99501 – Telephone 907-276-7474 extension 237

 

Writing samples are a permanent part of the applicant’s file and will not be returned.

The State of Alaska in an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

(Posted 4/30/2019)


Anchorage: Litigation Practice Assistant – Stoel Rives

 

This is an exciting opportunity to work for one of the top law firms in the United States and the region.  Stoel Rives is seeking an experienced litigation practice assistant to join our Anchorage team.  This person will work in a team and perform critical tasks for litigation attorneys, including preparing pleadings and other legal documents, coordinate document production, and preparing attorney and court working notebooks.  This person will also assist with managing timekeeping and billing for attorneys, and be a crucial liaison between lawyers, clients, opposing counsel, and the court. At Stoel Rives, you will find challenging work assignments, opportunities for professional growth and community involvement, and a culture of innovation. 

 

TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE

  • Accurately type 60+ wpm
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite
  • Experience with law firm software, such as iManage, Adobe Acrobat, Chrome River, Carpe Diem, Paperless Proforma, Intapp, Meeting Room Manager, Box, Workshare Compare, Metadata Assistant, WestlawNext, WestCheck, and InterAction is preferred         

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

High school diploma or GED equivalent required.  At least 3 years of experience providing legal administrative support, preferably in the area of litigation and/or labor and employment law. Certificate or college degree in administrative assistant, legal assistant/secretary, or paralegal program, or related field in lieu of one year of work experienceFamiliarity with local state and federal court procedures and electronic court filing preferred.  Basic understanding of accounting preferred.

 

For a full job description and to apply please visit our website: https://www.stoel.com/about/careers/administrative-business-professionals/openings

 

Stoel Rives is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

(Posted 4/19/2019)


Anchorage: Paralegal – Clapp Peterson Tiemessen Thorsness & Johnson, LLC 

 

Clapp Peterson Tiemessen Thorsness & Johnson, LLC seeks a paralegal in the Anchorage office with experience in civil litigation, including professional malpractice and products liability.  Successful candidate will be reliable, self-motivated and highly organized with the ability to manage multiple tasks. A minimum of three years of related experience would be preferred.  We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.  Send letter of interest, resume and three professional references to ped@cplawak.com or fax information to (907) 272-9586. EEO/AA

 

(Posted 4/18/2019)


Anchorage: HR Consultant – Alaska Labor Relations Agency

 

The Alaska Labor Relations Agency (ALRA), a State government agency, is recruiting a candidate who is interested in labor relations law. The incumbent in this position must be able to comprehend applicable statutes and regulations and communicate effectively to the public to explain the Agency services and requirements. This position performs a variety of professional and managerial activities in the area of labor relations including intake, investigation, and resolution of unit clarifications and representation petitions, database maintenance, and budget preparation, tracking, and reporting for the Alaska Labor Relations Agency (ALRA). We are a small, friendly, supportive office that is committed to maintaining neutrality and providing excellent customer service. The position is in the classified status, excluded from bargaining, and overtime exempt. 

 

ALRA is a neutral, quasi-judicial agency that handles collective bargaining matters for public employers and public employees for the state, university, railroad, school districts, and political subdivisions within our jurisdiction. The mission of ALRA is to facilitate cooperative relations between Alaska’s public employers and the labor organizations that represent public employees. The agency is recruiting for a Human Resource Consultant I to help with this mission. This position is located in Anchorage. Contact nicole.thibodeau@alaska.gov with questions.

 

Follow link for full job recruitment: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/alaska/jobs/2401487/human-resource-consultant-i-pcn-07-1031?keywords=human%20resource%20consultant&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

 

(Posted 4/15/2019)


Anchorage: Legal Assistant – Sonosky Chambers

 

Sonosky Chambers is a national law firm devoted to representing Native American interests across the United States.  Sonosky has an immediate opening for a full-time legal assistant in the Anchorage office.  The legal assistant will help attorneys perform administrative tasks for our Anchorage and Juneau offices, including filing court documents, formatting and editing legal memoranda and briefs, making travel reservations, maintaining emails and electronic files, communicating with clients, entering time, and other tasks as needed.  The ideal candidate will have strong organizational and administrative skills, excellent attention to detail, and the ability to work well under pressure.  Candidates should have current computer skills (proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and user support experience), the ability to prioritize tasks, a positive attitude, and a professional demeanor.  We offer competitive salary and excellent benefits.  Please send your resume and cover letter to Rebecca Patterson at Rebecca@sonosky.net.

 

(Posted 4/15/2019)


Anchorage: Legal Assistant – Landye Bennett Blumstein LLP

 

Landye Bennett Blumstein LLP seeks an experienced legal assistant for our downtown Anchorage office. Experience with commercial transactions, real estate, bankruptcy, state and federal court filings (ECF) is preferred. Applicants need to be organized,  proficient with Microsoft Office, and calendaring. LBB has 19 attorneys and 8 staff and offers excellent health and retirement benefits.  Salary DOE. E-mail resume to dawng@lbblawyers.com.  Applications will be held in strict confidence. 

 

(Posted 4/12/2019)


Anchorage: Billing Manager- Landye Bennett Blumstein LLP

 

Landye Bennett Blumstein LLP is seeking a full-time Billing Manager.  Duties include processing monthly attorney billing, A/R, A/P, and related administrative and accounting functions.  Applicants must have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in back-office responsibilities, thorough knowledge of MS Office products, and demonstrated ability to learn billing and client applications.  Prior law firm experience is a plus.  LBB has 19 attorneys and 8 staff, and offers excellent health and retirement benefits.  Compensation DOE.   Applications will be held in strict confidence.  Please send resumes to dawng@lbblawyers.com

 

(Posted 4/9/2019)


Anchorage: Office Manager – Reeves Amodio

 

Reeves Amodio LLC is looking for a full time office manager.

 

Qualified candidates will have experience in office management of a professional firm, bookkeeping, including managing trust accounts and receipts, and billing.  Our seven lawyer office is small and friendly but busy.  Paralegal skills a plus.  Office is located downtown Anchorage.  Salary DOE.

 

Send Resumes to Jennifer Barsalou at jennifer@reevesamodio.com.

 

(Posted 3/28/2019)


Anchorage: Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps Veterans Legal Corps Law Student Member – Alaska Legal Services Corporation

 

Alaska Legal Services Corporation is hosting an opportunity for two (2) law students to serve in the Equal Justice Works AmeriCorps Veterans Legal Corps as Law Student Members. The Veterans Legal Corps Law Student Program will engage 238 law students to serve as AmeriCorps members around the country who are working to expand the delivery of legal services to low-income and/or homeless veterans and their families.

 

Veterans Legal Corps Law Student Members will improve the lives of low-income and homeless veterans by providing legal assistance that ultimately leads to higher incomes, better health, safer and more secure housing, and family stability. At ALSC, Student Members will serve alongside a Veterans Legal Corps Fellow (attorney). All Veterans Legal Corps Law Student Members will conduct legal research, draft legal memoranda and documents, engage in case investigation, conduct client interviews, and develop case strategy.

 

Students must complete a minimum of 300 hours of service by August 30, 2019, unless prior written approval is provided by Equal Justice Works. Requirements to serve include completion and clearance of the National Sex Offender Public Registry check, state criminal background check(s), FBI fingerprint criminal background check, and submission of proof of U.S. citizenship.

 

Program Benefits

The Veterans Legal Corps AmeriCorps JD program is an AmeriCorps-funded program administered by Equal Justice Works that provides law students with the opportunity to earn an AmeriCorps education award of $1,230. Students may seek up to $4,422 in additional compensation for their service, funded by a Federal Work Study Award, the student’s law school, local bar foundation, and/or other public interest fellowship awards.

 

A complete position description with additional information and application instructions can be found at http://www.alsc-law.org/job-opportunities/.

 

(Posted 3/27/2019)


Fairbanks: Legal Assistant – Foster & Rogers, LLC

 

Foster & Rogers, LLC In Fairbanks, Alaska is a boutique firm specializing in Family Law and Domestic Relations in Fairbanks, Alaska.  We are looking for an experienced responsible, committed, Legal Office Assistant.  This position requires a responsible and self-starting applicant who can handle many different tasks.

 

Assigned duties may include but are not limited to:

  • Answer phones professionally.
  • Interact with clients.
  • Be responsible for filing legal documents and maintaining client files.
  • Manage legal documentation and correspondence in strict confidence
  • Maintain the office calendaring system.
  • Learn, work with and improve administrative processes for more efficient workflow
  • Work successfully in a high-pressure, fast-paced office environment
  • Maintaining general office cleanliness 

Candidates should have:

  • Working knowledge of Office, Word, and Excel
  • A High School Diploma
  • Strong organization and stress management skills; ability to satisfy several competing deadlines
  • Strong attention to detail
  • An understanding and ability to abide by confidentiality rules
  • Ability to perform a wide variety of tasks
  • Ability to maintain professional working relationships with co-workers, clients, adverse counsel and court officials
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities without compromising accuracy or quality
  • No criminal record

Salary and benefits DOE.

 

Direct any questions to Curt at 458-1080.  Resumes and cover letters can be emailed to curt@fosterrogers.com or mailed to: Foster & Rogers, LLC, 100 Cushman St. Ste 513, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701.

 

(Posted 5/15/2019)


Fairbanks: Law Clerk I – Alaska Court System

 

$4,085.00 monthly

Open until filled

 

The Alaska Court System (ACS) is accepting applications for a Law Clerk to serve a Superior Court Judge in Fairbanks. The position will be available June 2019 and will run through August 2020. The successful applicant will perform research relating to motions before the court, summarize case files, and prepare memoranda and recommendations. The position may also organize files, review case files for procedural sufficiency, and review orders and judgments prepared for signature.

 

Minimum Qualifications:  Graduation from an accredited law school with an LLB or JD.

 

Benefits: The ACS provides health insurance for the employee and eligible dependents, 11 paid holidays per calendar year, personal leave, Supplemental Benefits System (SBS), and the opportunity to participate in the Deferred Compensation Plan. The successful applicant will be eligible for a travel and moving allowance.

 

How to Apply: Qualified applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, law school transcripts, a brief writing sample not substantially edited by someone else, and two letters of recommendation from law professors or others familiar with the applicant’s work.  The recruitment period will remain open until the position is filled.

 

Mail applications to:

Ron Woods, Area Court Administrator, Alaska Court System, 101 Lacey Street, Fairbanks, AK 99701

 

Email applications to: rwoods@akcourts.us

 

For more information, visit http://www.courts.alaska.gov/hr/index.htm and select “Information for Prospective Law Clerks.”  For general inquiries, please email recruitment@akcourts.us.

 

The Alaska Court System is an equal employment opportunity employer and supports workplace diversity.

 

(Posted 5/13/2019)


Fairbanks: Receptionist/Legal Assistant

 

Seeking full time Receptionist/Legal Assistant to step into growing law firm.

 

Must possess excellent communication skills, be detail-oriented, have excellent spelling and grammar, and work well under pressure.  The applicant must be highly organized, and must be experienced in assisting with office procedures, filing, data organization. Experience with legal software is a plus.  The applicant must be able to communicate and work well with clients, vendors, and others.  Office Management experience is desired.

 

Salary – DOE.

 

Send resume, cover letter, and three professional references to Gregg@goldenheartlaw.com

 

Benefits package includes Medical/Dental insurance and SIMPLE IRA plan.

 

(Posted 5/7/2019)


Fairbanks: Paralegal – Foster & Rogers, LLC

 

Foster & Rogers, LLC is a boutique firm specializing in Family Law and Domestic Relations in Fairbanks, Alaska.  We are looking for am experienced responsible, committed, professional family law paralegal to add to our team.

 

The successful applicant will be expected to:

  • Draft memoranda and pleadings
  • Conduct legal research using Westlaw
  • Coordinate appointments, including all communications and specifics as necessary
  • Manage legal documentation and correspondence in strict confidence
  • Correspond with counsel and clients; assist with preparing clients for legal proceedings  
  • Implement and improve upon administrative processes for more efficient workflow

Qualified candidates will have:

  • Working knowledge of Office, Word, and Excel
  • A paralegal studies degree or certificate and/or at least 2 years of relevant family law experience
  • Strong organization and stress management skills; ability to satisfy several competing deadlines
  • Strong attention to detail
  • An understanding and ability to abide by confidentiality rules
  • Ability to perform a wide variety of tasks
  • Ability to maintain professional working relationships with co-workers, clients, adverse counsel and court officials
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities without compromising accuracy or quality
  • No criminal record

Salary and benefits DOE.

 

Direct any questions to Curt at 458-1080.  Resumes and cover letters can be emailed to curt@fosterrogers.com or mailed to: Foster & Rogers, LLC, 100 Cushman St. Ste. 513, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701

 

(Posted 4/23/2019)


Ketchikan: Part-time Paralegal – Alaska Legal Services Corporation 

 

Alaska Legal Services Corporation has an opening for a temporary (3 months or more) part-time paralegal (20 hours per week) at our Plaza Mall office in Ketchikan.  We are a non-profit office serving low-income residents, with a high priority for serving seniors, disabled residents, veterans, and survivors of domestic violence. Major duties include interviewing/screening prospective clients; handling a brief service caseload, litigation support for attorneys, community education, drafting documents, computer data entry, file maintenance, mail handling, and preparation of legal documents, reports and correspondence. 

 

High school diploma or equivalent level of education required, but college diploma preferred.  One year experience as a paralegal, legal advocate, or legal secretary; or successful completion of a paralegal training program or similar academic placement. Computer proficiency required (Windows operating system, Microsoft Office, Internet, e-mail and data entry).  Proficiency in written and verbal communication, and willingness to learn new skills required. Cross-cultural communication skills required.

 

Salary $17.28 – $28.43 per hour DOE.  Personal Leave and benefits package available. Please send cover letter, resume, and at least two professional references to: Holly Handler, Supervising Attorney, hhandler@alsc-law.org

 

AA/EOE

 

(Posted 4/18/2019)


Kodiak: Law Clerk I – Alaska Court System

 

Salary: $4,402.00 monthly

Open until filled

 

The Alaska Court System (ACS) is accepting applications for a Law Clerk to serve a Superior Court Judge in Kodiak. The position will be available July 2019 and will run through August 2020. The successful applicant will perform research relating to motions before the court, summarize case files, and prepare memoranda and recommendations. The position may also organize files, review case files for procedural sufficiency, and review orders and judgments prepared for signature.

 

Minimum Qualifications:  Graduation from an accredited law school with an LLB or JD.

 

Benefits: The ACS provides health insurance for the employee and eligible dependents, 11 paid holidays per calendar year, personal leave, Supplemental Benefits System (SBS), and the opportunity to participate in the Deferred Compensation Plan. The successful applicant will be eligible for a travel and moving allowance.

 

How to Apply: Qualified applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, law school transcripts, a brief writing sample not substantially edited by someone else, and two letters of recommendation from law professors or others familiar with the applicant’s work.  The recruitment period will remain open until the position is filled.

 

Mail applications to:

Alaska Court System, Human Resources Department, 820 W. Fourth Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501

 

Email applications to: recruitment@akcourts.us

 

For more information, visit http://www.courts.alaska.gov/hr/index.htm and select “Information for Prospective Law Clerks.”  For general inquiries, please email recruitment@akcourts.us or call (907) 264-8242.

 

(Posted 4/19/2019)


Utqiagvik: Law Clerk I – Alaska Court System

 

$5,949.00 monthly

Open until filled

 

The Alaska Court System (ACS) is accepting applications for a Law Clerk to serve a Superior Court Judge in Utqiagvik. The position will be available August 2019 and will run through August 2020. The successful applicant will perform research relating to motions before the court, summarize case files, and prepare memoranda and recommendations. The position may also organize files, review case files for procedural sufficiency, and review orders and judgments prepared for signature.  This position may be appointed Deputy Magistrate with limited judicial duties after meeting the six-month residency requirement.

 

Minimum Qualifications:  Graduation from an accredited law school with an LLB or JD.

 

Benefits: The ACS provides health insurance for the employee and eligible dependents, 11 paid holidays per calendar year, personal leave, Supplemental Benefits System (SBS), and the opportunity to participate in the Deferred Compensation Plan. The successful applicant will be eligible for a travel and moving allowance.

 

How to Apply: Qualified applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, law school transcripts, a brief writing sample not substantially edited by someone else, and two letters of recommendation from law professors or others familiar with the applicant’s work.  The recruitment period will remain open until the position is filled.

 

Mail applications to:

Human Resources, Alaska Court System, 820 W. Fourth Avenue, Anchorage, AK 99501.

 

Email applications to: recruitment@akcourts.us

 

For more information, visit http://www.courts.alaska.gov/hr/index.htm and select “Information for Prospective Law Clerks.”  For general inquiries, please email recruitment@akcourts.us.

 

The Alaska Court System is an equal employment opportunity employer and supports workplace diversity.

 

(Posted 5/15/2019)