Local general practice law firm seeking two entry-level paralegals. If interested, please forward your resume to:
O'Connor, Acciani & Levy
1014 Vine Street, Suite 2200
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Direct Telephone (513) 842-1937
Direct Fax (513) 768-4411
PARALEGAL/LEGAL ASSISTANT (P/T or F/T)
Available immediately for a solo law firm in Batavia:
DOUGLAS A. BALL, ATTORNEY AT LAW
233 E. Main Street, Suite 3, Batavia, Ohio 4510
ABOUT OUR LAW OFFICE
-Primary areas of practice: Family Law (Divorce/Dissolution, Custody, Child Support, Modifications, Quit-Claim Deeds, QDROs), Criminal Law (Municipal & Common Pleas), OVIs, Juvenile Law, Adoptions
- Doug has been practicing law since 1990 and has been a magistrate, public defender, is the chairman of the Domestic Relations committee
- We practice in the following counties: Clermont, Brown, Warren & Hamilton
- Effective problem solver; prioritize and manage heavy work flow without direct supervision.
- “Can do” attitude; work very cooperatively with legal and non-legal staff.
- Excellent working relationship with billing attorneys.
- Additional skills include customer service, general office support.
SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS
- Paralegal degree preferred or experience working as a legal assistant
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook), Windows 8, Internet, SupportWorks & FIN Plan
- Ability to conduct legal research
- Excellent customer service and phone skills
- Ability to multitask in a fast paced environment
- Ability to travel locally in order to file court documents
- Proficient accounting skills required for customer billing
- Experience preparing court documents for family law (juvenile, criminal and probate preferred)
- Ability to work quickly and frequently independently
- Attention to detail, strong communication and interpersonal skills and organizational skills are required
PHILLIPS EDISON & COMPANY - LEASE BILLING ANALYST
A local commercial real estate development company is seeking a full-time lease billing analyst. This is an excellent company located in the Mason area. They have hired many of our graduates – all who rave about working for this company.
Job Description: To support/assist the Lease Billing Supervisor with the setup of tenant charges and supplemental lease information for owned and managed retail properties in order to improve the company’s ability to accurately bill tenants and run departmental reports.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Input tenant leases into the MRI database accurately and in a timely manner.
- Update the MRI database as lease amendments and tenant change notices are executed.
- Assist in the review process of all MRI database changes.
- Assist in updating the tenant recoveries set-up in the MRI database for all existing properties as well as new acquisitions.
- Compile data, backup and spreadsheets in order to prepare all first year annual reconciliations on new acquisitions.
- Assist in tracking & budgeting overage rent billings.
- Assist third party overage/percent rent audits.
- Work with the Property Management department to assure all notices are completed and given to appropriate Departments.
- Work with the Retention department to assure that the MRI database is accurate regarding tenants who are renewing or expiring their lease.
- Input tenant notice contact changes from AR Specialists in MRI
- Prepare departmental reports as required.
- Other as needed responsibilities that assist the Lease Billing Department and Accounting.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
- Bachelor’s degree or related experience is required.
- Strong computer and analytical skills, including proficiency in MS Office (emphasis on Excel).
- Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
- Experience with MRI Accounting software a plus.
- Experience in commercial real estate lease language interpretation/abstracting.
- A desire for growth and increased challenges and responsibilities both within the Accounting Department and Company.
Phillips Edison & Company offers competitive compensation and a full-range of benefits. They are described on the company’s website.
If you are interested in applying, please go directly to their website to apply:
(Posted: March 3, 2014)
Local attorney practicing in the following areas: product liability, pharmaceutical and toxic mass tort litigation, medical malpractice, general personal injury is seeking a paralegal/administrative assistant for 20-30 hours per week. Candidate must have good writing skills, competent computer skills, and able ability to talk to clients professionally.
Salary based on experience level.
If you meet these requirements and are interested in the position, please forward your resume to: Janis.Walter@uc.edu.
FULL-TIME ESTATES PARALEGAL
A local firm in the Kenwood area is seeking a full-time paralegal to work in estate planning, probate, and estate administration. They are looking for a paralegal to assist with estate planning document production and delivery, probate work, and estate administration. They prefer someone with prior experience in these areas, but it is not essential. However, they would like someone who has some experience as a paralegal, regardless of the area of law. They are also looking for a long term fit. They want someone who enjoys this area of law in particular and someone who wants to work directly with clients. They want someone asap!
If interested, forward your resume and a cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. NO PHONE CALLS!
FULL-TIME ENTRY LEVEL PARALEGALS
GENERAL PRACTICE FIRM
A downtown firm is seeking several entry-level paralegals for their general practice. Will consider candidates who are graduating in Spring.
If interested, please forward your resume to Janis.Walter@uc.edu.
FULL-TIME LAW FIRM OFFICE MANAGER/PARALEGAL
Local downtown law firm seeking a law office manager/paralegal for a domestic relations firm.
Responsibilities may include: Interaction with Court, other attorneys & clients; drafting documents & correspondence; ordering supplies, billing and scheduling.
Candidate must be detailed oriented, highly motivated and able to work independently. Possess ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a high volume of cases.
Salary & benefits are negotiable. Starting asap. If interested, please send your resume to Janis.Walter@uc.edu.
This is a full-time, salaried position, with regular work hours during the day & evenings. Candidate must be able to attend Council meetings twice monthly & any special Council meetings as required. Candidate must have demonstrable experience & background in municipal government, including an understanding of the laws & regulations pertaining to city governments in Kentucky. The City Clerk is responsible for preparing agendas for council meetings & publication of ordinances, answering correspondence & responding to citizen inquiries, taking accurate minutes of council meetings, & presiding over all city business records, finance records, ordinances, & other business documents, issuing City licenses, communicating with other governmental agencies, & processing & collection of property taxes. It is preferred, but not required, that the candidate hold certification as a KY City Clerk. Knowledge & technology experience in general office procedures & equipment is required. Candidate must have proficient computer skills in Word, Excel, & Quick Books. Strong written & oral communication skills to interact with the public and government officials on a daily basis. Candidate must have ability to organize & manage multiple daily tasks, & work efficiently & collaboratively with members of the public. Mayor, city staff. Council, & contracted personnel. Must be bondable, a notary public, & self-motivated. Position also serves as the City's Alcohol Beverage Administrator. Salary negotiable, depending upon experience.
Submit letter of interest & resume to: City Clerk, 122 Electric Avenue, Southgate, KY 41071, or e-mail to: Clerk@southgateky.org. Deadline for application is 4pm Thursday, February 20, 2014. The City of Southgate is an equal opportunity employee & reserves the right to reject any and all applications. (Posted 2/10/14)
A local attorney who handles pharmaceutical, medical device, automotive, and general product liability cases both locally and nationally is seeking a paralegal. Some background in torts and/or medicine would be preferred. The position will begin at 30 – 35 hours but could progress to a full-time position. This is a fast-paced practice that requires a motivated paralegal who can work independently. Attention to detail is a must!
If you are interested, forward your resume asap, as he wants to fill the position within the next 2 weeks. Send to Janis.Walter@uc.edu. (Posted: 2/6/14)
FULL-TIME PARALEGAL/LEGAL SECRETARY
A small downtown law firm is seeking a full-time paralegal/legal secretary to work 40 hours per week. They have a general practice with a focus on domestic relations and bankruptcy.
Salary is negotiable. Benefits include paid parking, health insurance for the employee with an opportunity to purchase coverage for dependents and a 401K is available with no employer matching.
If interested, please forward your resume to Janis.Walter@uc.edu
PART-TIME PARALEGAL POSITION
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Office of Chief Counsel has a civilian job posting for:
Job Title: Paralegal Specialist
Department: Department of the Army
Agency: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Job Announcement No.: NCFL-13-804383-1022872
The Cincinnati position is Part Time beginning at 12 hours per week. The office is located in the Peck Federal Building at the corner of 5th and Main.
More information on the posting can be found at: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/358467700
Please apply directly! (Posted 1/13/14)
Downtown Cincinnati law firm is seeking a full-time litigation paralegal to work mainly in insurance defense. For those of you interested in consideration, please forward your resume to Janis.Walter@uc.edu.
FILING CLERK/COURTHOUSE RUNNER
Local downtown law firm is seeking a part-time paralegal to work as a courthouse runner and to assist with filings. The candidate would need to work at least several hours every day. The firm would consider 2 clerks sharing the position. Would need own transportation.
If interested, please forward your resume to Janis.Walter@uc.edu.
Small downtown law firm is seeking a paralegal who has a good grasp of Microsoft products, understands technology &, litigation. .Great benefits. Requires someone who can take charge. There is potential room for growth for a successful candidate.
If interested, please forward your resume to Peggy Gruenke of Legal Biz Success : email@example.com. (Posted 1/9/14)
Job Type: Unclassified
Full / Part Time: Full Time
Date Posted: December 12, 2013
Start Date: The City of Fairfield, Ohio is accepting resumes for Tax Supervisor. This person will oversee the day-to-day operations and compliance efforts of the Income Tax Division. Fairfield has over 24,000 active individual, business and withholding accounts.
• Supervise daily operations and functions of the Tax Division, conducting performance reviews for staff of five account clerks and providing training as necessary.
• Audit tax returns and enforce compliance with filing requirements for residents and businesses.
• Run and evaluate billing and compliance reports, schedule and prepare subpoenas for Tax Administrator’s approval.
• Prepare accounts for referral to outside collection agencies or for legal action.
• Assist with the preparation of the monthly reports, tax refund listings, and other financial information for the Finance Department.
• Investigate and resolve taxpayer problems and complaints; assure proper level of customer services.
• Perform special tax projects and analysis as assigned.
• Participate in meetings, seminars, etc., as appropriate.
Desired Qualifications: Associates Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration or related field is required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred. Candidate should have at least three years of supervisory experience and general knowledge of federal and local tax rules and regulations. Familiarity with CityTax® software a plus. Must have excellent organizational, analytical communication and interpersonal skills.
Pay Range: The annual salary for this position is $50,000 to $65,000/yr.
How To Apply: For more information, visit our website at: www.fairfield-city.org. To apply, send cover letter, resume & salary requirements to the HR Manager, 5350 Pleasant Ave, Fairfield, Ohio 45014, or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline to apply is 1/9/14. EOE. (Posted 12/17/13)
Columbus Legal Assistant/Paralegal Job Opening - Available Immediately
Small law office group seeking qualified candidate for criminal defense and family law practice. Full time position requires secretarial work (scheduling, transcription, copies, form completion, etc.), and includes drafting of pleadings, file management, contact with clients, and occasional research and writing. Support primarily for two attorneys in seven attorney office. The ideal candidate will possess strong communication (written and verbal) and organizational skills. Candidates must also possess the ability to work independently, adapt to varying assignments, and be detail-oriented with understanding of larger process.
Candidate must be comfortable with using multiple computer programs and software. Minimum of 3-5 years office experience required, law office experience and minimum of two-year degree preferred, but paralegal degree/certificate not required. Equal opportunity employer. Diverse candidates encouraged to apply.
Benefits and salary are negotiable, but commensurate with small firm salaries and candidate's experience. The office is located in downtown Columbus, but parking is free and immediately adjacent to the building.
Resumes with contact information for scheduling interview should be sent to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Merisa K. Bowers, Attorney at Law, LLC
400 S. Fifth Street, Suite 101
Columbus, Ohio 43215
P: (614) 753-2235
F: (614) 915-0776
FULL-TIME ENTRY LEVEL PARALEGAL POSITION
Local downtown law firm is seeking an entry-level paralegal for a full-time position. If you are interested, please forward your resume to Janis.Walter@uc.edu. Posted: Nov. 19, 2013.
UNPAID INTERNSHIP – U.S. ATTORNEY’S OFFICE
The U.S. Attorney’s Office is currently looking for a few good volunteers who might be interested in gaining valuable office experience and possible academic credit. Responsibilities may include: Answering telephones and referring callers to staff members or taking messages; making recurring and special messenger trips as necessary; and sorting and arranging material for filing and filing material; Assisting with discovery and trial preparation; opening and closing state foreclosure and social security cases; Producing a variety of written documents utilizing word processing software functions working from handwritten draft, edited copy, or electronic files created by another staff member; Securing statistical or other information from files and related sources and inputting selected information into appropriate database or spreadsheet files; Providing a variety of record keeping, reporting and informational duties; operating copy machines.
Projected No. of Volunteers: 1-3 (students currently in their first year or entering their second or third year of college are preferred).
Location(s): Columbus or Cincinnati, OH
Application Materials: Resume, transcript and cover letter indicating dates when available and telephone number(s) where student can be reached both during the day and in the evening. Materials may be e-mailed or mailed to the above address.
Qualifications: Student must be a U.S. Citizen, be enrolled, at least half-time, in a junior college, college, university, or comparable recognized educational institution. Employing offices will obtain from the student's school written confirmation that the student meets enrollment requirements. Student must have graduated from high school and currently be attending a college or university. Students pursuing business, legal/paralegal degrees are preferred.
Agreement: A Department of Justice Student Volunteer Service Agreement must be completed for all student volunteers and signed by the student, school official, and the head of the employing office.
Must be a U.S. citizen. Will be subject to a background investigation due to the sensitive nature of the work performed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Benefits. Student volunteers are not considered to be federal employees for any purpose other than the Federal Tort Claims Act and the Federal Compensation Act. As such, they are not eligible for any other employee benefit (e.g., leave, overtime, health benefits, life insurance, retirement, thrift savings plan).
Travel and Subsistence. Student volunteers are not "employees" except for limited purposes per 5 U.S.C. 3111. Therefore, they are generally not eligible to travel as a government "employee."
Application Deadline: open until filled.
Minimum Weeks Required: 12 to16 weeks (20-40 hours per week)
Hours: Monday through Friday; Between the hours of 8:30 - 5:00.
Salary: Volunteer (without compensation) or work-study credit
Web Site:/usao/ohs/ http://www.justice.gov/usao/ohs/
The U.S. Department of Justice is an Equal Opportunity/Reasonable Accommodation Employer.
If interested, forward your resume to Janis.Walter@uc.edu.