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Serving the  Greater Cleveland Area Since 2001

 Legal SecretaryFull-time position Monday – Friday 8:00 am -5:00 pm, $20.00/ hour or $800.00 a week


Assist the in-house legal team with administrative and secretarial duties in the Labor Law Department, answer telephone calls; respond to visitors; prepare reports, process mail, public records requests, subpoenas; perform general filing duties; follow record retention process in the archiving, retrieval of documents and destruction of documents.

This position will also assist other sections as necessary (i.e. Litigation, Transactional, Office of Equal Opportunity and General Counsel, Deputy General Manager for Legal Affairs).  Cross-sectional coverage includes, but is not limited to, record workers’ compensation hearings, maintain logs and files for contracts, and interaction with ADA customers.  

Requirements

  •  Must have a high school diploma or its equivalent.
  • Must be able to pass a 10 panel drug screening
  • No violent felonies or misdemeanors


Experience

  •  Must five (5) years’ experience as a legal secretary, knowledge of legal terminology and familiarity with duties such as composing and drafting briefs, memos, letters and reports, scheduling appointments and calendar maintenance. 
  • Must type 60 WPM.
  • Must be skilled in using Microsoft Office software (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access). Bilingual abilities are a plus.


Duties

  • Work independently under the direction of the Deputy General Counsel, Administrative, Labor and Transactional Law, and under the supervision of the Office Manager.

 

  • Responsible for Public records requests, Labor arbitrations, Unemployment hearings and matters that come before the State Employment Relations Board (SERB).


  • Maintain dockets dates of hearings and file responses with administrative agency. Maintain attorney schedules and dockets. Processes subpoenas for records and appearances. Notifies district and employee of court dates and processes payment for operators and other employees.


  • Maintains logs, files, responses, and schedules arbitration dates. Process public records requests. Maintain files and logs. Obtain requested information and/or videos. Prepare correspondence. Type briefs, memos, weekly reports, and letters in response as may be required by administrative agencies.