Job Listings


  • 02/07/2016 8:40 PM | WWL Admin (Administrator)

    Seattle University has an exciting, dynamic opportunity for a Assistant Director, Annual Fund & Alumni Relations to join our community.

    The Assistant Director of Annual Fund & Alumni Relations for the School of Law will, in partnership with the Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Fund, create and implement a strategic alumni relations and annual fund plan designed to promote bonds between the law school and its 11,000 alumni, thus enhancing the law school’s reputation and resulting in increased financial support for the school and professional opportunities for alumni.

    This position reports to the Director of Alumni Relations & Annual Fund in the School of Law.

    Seattle University School of Law educates ethical lawyers who distinguish themselves through their outstanding professional skills and their dedication to the law in the service of justice. Faculty, students and staff form a vibrant, diverse, and collaborative community that promotes leadership for a just and humane world. The Law School’s commitment to academic distinction is grounded in its Jesuit Catholic tradition, one that encourages open inquiry, thoughtful reflection and concern for personal growth. Innovation, creativity and technological sophistication characterize our rigorous educational program, which prepares lawyers for a wide range of successful and rewarding careers in law, business and public service.

    https://jobs.seattleu.edu/postings/18384
  • 02/04/2016 11:08 AM | WWL Admin (Administrator)

    Real Estate Associate

    The Portland office of Stoel Rives LLP is seeking an associate with 2 to 4 years of real estate transactional experience. The ideal candidate will have sophisticated commercial real estate transactional experience including financing, leasing and development matters. Candidate must have strong academic credentials, writing and interpersonal skills, and must be a self-starter with a commitment to excellence. Candidate can look forward to being part of a dynamic practice and will have the opportunity to thrive in a fast-paced collaborative environment. Membership in the Oregon Bar is preferred but not mandatory. Principals only. Recruiters must reach out to Dorianna Phillips at dorianna.phillips@stoel.com to discuss candidate submissions prior to sending candidate materials. 

     

    Stoel Rives LLP enjoys an over-100-year tradition of excellence as a leader among U.S. law firms. We offer a multi-office platform and world-class clients together with focused, individual training and professional development for all our attorneys. With nearly 400 lawyers firmwide, we are proud to provide a full suite of transactional and litigation solutions for U.S. and international clients at all stages of growth, from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.

     

    Click here to apply online: http://webapp.stoel.com/asp/viselfapply/viRecruitSelfApply/ReDefault.aspx?FilterREID=2&FilterJobCategoryID=7&FilterJobID=81

  • 02/04/2016 11:05 AM | WWL Admin (Administrator)

     

    Midlevel Litigation Associate (Seattle)

    The Seattle, Washington, office of Miller Nash Graham & Dunn (“MNG&D”) is seeking a full-time associate with three to five years of practical experience in general commercial litigation.  The successful candidate will have strong academic credentials, have excellent written and oral communication skills, be dedicated to meeting client needs and deadlines, and enjoy learning and working in a team environment.  Current membership in the Washington State Bar Association or qualification for reciprocity is necessary. 

    To apply, please submit a cover letter, résumé, law school transcript (unofficial is acceptable), and writing sample by e-mail to Michelle Baird-Johnson, Director of Recruiting and Professional Development, at MNRecruiting@millernash.comFor recordkeeping, please include the ad source in the subject line of your e-mail (e.g., WSBA ad, firm website, etc.).

    MNG&D is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity in the workplace

  • 02/04/2016 11:03 AM | WWL Admin (Administrator)

     

    RECRUITMENT ANNOUNCEMENT

    Pierce County Superior Court

    Court Administrator

    About the Pierce County Superior Court

    The Pierce County Superior Court is an innovative, high preforming, high volume, urban court with 22 elected judges and eight court commissioners. Its mission is to actively manage the business of the court to provide for fair, prompt and efficient resolution of disputes; maintain independence and parity as an equal branch of government; and provide due process and individual justice.

    The key elements of the Court’s current strategic plan fall into seven areas: enhancing the administration of justice; broadening access to justice and service to the public; promoting competence, professionalism and civility; judicial independence-insuring impartiality and accountability; improving court facilities; affectively utilizing technology; and building trust and confidence through community outreach. 

    For more information visit the Pierce County Superior Court website: http://co.pierce.wa.us/superiorcourt.

    About the Position

    The Court Administrator guides a staff of 26 employees and oversees an annual operating budget of nearly $16 million. The Court Administrator is responsible for directing and coordinating all administrative and operational functions of the Court and allocating resources in a manner that maximizes efficiency in court operations and enhances service to the public. More specifically, this position oversees talent management, labor relations, facilities, probation services, the operation of the court rooms including docket preparation, case management, courtroom coverage, jury administration, interpreter services, court security, media relations, and ADA accommodation.

    Under the direction of the Presiding Judge, the Court Administrator carries out the following functions:

    Strategic Planning:

    ·         Provide visionary insight: Be able to translate the Superior Court’s strategic goals into both long and short-range plans that are comprehensive, realistic, effective and meet court requirements. Identify key opportunities resulting from data analysis. Develop and strengthen long-term strategies for the effective management and adjudication of cases.

    ·         Facilitate change: Oversee the change management process, including successful communication strategies, involving others in the implementation of change and monitoring and reinforcing process and success. Create an environment for court employees that encourages original and innovative solutions. Identify and initiate court innovations.

    ·         Think/look ahead: Be ahead of the curve on federal, state and local requirements and initiatives and how they impact the court. Find creative ways to be more efficient.

    ·         Fiscal management: Develop and present the court’s operating budget, monitoring of revenues and expenditures, ensuring that all programs are within budget and cost effective.

    ·         Think strategically: Visualize what might or could be, as well as the day-to-day strategic approach to court issues and challenges. Analyze metrics, statistics and trend data to improve court performance.

    ·         Fearless commitment to vision: Create and communicate a vision that is aligned with the strategy and direction of the bench. Clarify other’s involvement in the vision, inspiring a sense of energy and ownership, creating a culture of high performance, efficiency and recognizing the efforts of others.

    Communication:

    ·       Inspire trust: Communicate honestly, be consistent, follow through on commitments, create an atmosphere of integrity, marked by a fair respectful behavior.

    ·       Speak and write effectively: Explain direction and ideas with conviction in all settings; formal presentations, one-on-one and small and large meetings.

    ·       Listen to others: Citizens, employees, peers and partners.

    ·       Promote open communication: Maintain an environment where communication is open and direct, encouraged, rewarded and relevant.

    Leadership:

    ·         Lead: Continuously build and reinforce the strength, reputation and leadership of the Court’s administrative staff. Engage, motivate and inspire employees around a shared vision and mission. Demonstrate principled leadership, personal courage and decisiveness.

    ·         Build talent pools: Hire, monitor, develop and manage staff. Continue to build and enhance a cohesive, dedicated, highly effective team.

    ·         Influence others: Garner support, negotiate persuasively and create positive outcomes.

    ·         Coach and develop: Forge partnerships, inspire commitment, grow skills, promote persistence and shape the Pierce County Superior Court workplace environment. Conduct performance evaluations and develop performance measures and standards.

    ·         Foster collaboration: Provide the tools, information technology systems and resources that create a supportive environment for working as a team.

    ·         Strive for results: Set high standards of performance, be bold, pursue aggressive goals and persist in the face of obstacles. Advance technology through major system and operations implementation and reforms.

    Stakeholder Relations and Collaboration:

    ·         Drive effective external communications: Develop and nurture mission-critical relationships with judges, law enforcement, members of the bar, Prosecuting Attorney’s office, Department of Assigned Counsel, County Clerk’s Office, County Executive, County Council, other Courts and the media.

    ·         Build consensus: Collaborate with traditional and non-traditional partners.

    ·         Marshall support: Coordinate and cooperate with individuals and groups having divergent viewpoints and needs.

    The Ideal Candidate

    For this important role, the Pierce County Superior Court seeks a dynamic, highly credible, unifying leader who is deeply committed to the success of the Pierce County Superior Court. Proven leadership experience is essential and candidates should bring strengths in both external relations and internal management with an ability to balance the two. The successful candidate will report directly to the Presiding Judge.

    Desirable Qualifications

    A bachelor’s degree in public administration, criminal justice, law, business administration or related field with at least seven years experience in a senior leadership role within a large and complex publicly accountable organization that involves leading a diverse staff and management of significant funds. The preferred candidate will have substantial executive court administration experience and experience using administrative best practices in local government and judicial operations. A master’s degree is preferred.

    Application Process

    Persons interested in this position must submit a cover letter, salary history and a current resume.

    If you have questions regarding this announcement, please call Marissa Karras at 360-956-1336. The position will remain open until filled; however the screening process will move quickly. The annual salary for this position is $105,500 - $142,480 and depends on experience and qualifications.  Please submit your application materials as soon as possible but no later than February 26th, 2016 to karrasconsulting.net.

    The Pierce County Superior Court is an equal opportunity employer, values workplace diversity and seeks to create an environment and culture that embraces employee differences. All qualified applicants are considered in accordance with applicable laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, marital status or veteran status or any other legally protected status. We will provide assistance in the recruitment, application and selection process to applicants with disabilities who request such assistance.

    About Pierce County

    Pierce County has a population of about 805,000 and is governed by an Executive/Council form of government. The County boasts tremendous outdoor opportunities with miles of Puget Sound waterfront, Mt. Rainier National Park, 361 fresh-water lakes, alpine and cross-country skiing a short drive away and nationally ranked year-round golf courses in the vicinity, while also offering all the urban amenities. Major industries include health care, technology, agriculture, timber products and military installations. Pierce County is home to the city of Tacoma, several suburban cities, small towns and rural communities, as well as forests and farmlands. Pierce County’s moderate climate combined with a contrasting geography of water and mountains encourage a wealth of year round outdoor activities such as sailing, kayaking, fishing, skiing and hiking.

  • 02/04/2016 11:02 AM | WWL Admin (Administrator)

     

    We are recruiting to fill the DSHS Public Records Officer in the Office of Policy and External Relations at the agency headquarters in Olympia, WA.

     

    This position serves as the primary subject matter expert, advising at all levels of agency operations, managing litigation in coordination with the Office of the Attorney General, and overseeing the development, revision, and implementation of agency policies, rules, and procedures in this area.

     

    To find out more information about this opportunity and how to apply, click here.

     

  • 01/26/2016 1:55 PM | WWL Admin (Administrator)

    Employee Relations Advisor
    SALARY: $37.87 - $56.82 Hourly
    LOCATION: Seattle Municipal Tower, 700 5th Ave., Seattle, Washington
    JOB TYPE: Civil Service Exempt, Regular, Full-time
    SHIFT: Day
    DEPARTMENT: Seattle City Light
    BARGAINING UNIT: WSCCCE, Local 21 CL StratAdvrs

    www.seattle.gov/jobs


    CLOSING DATE 02/02/16 04:00 PM Pacific Time


    POSITION DESCRIPTION:
    Seattle City Light, a department of the City of Seattle, is one of the nation's largest municipally owned utilities in terms of the number of customers served. Over the years we have worked very hard to keep Seattle's electricity affordable, reliable, and environmentally sound. Today, City Light is a recognized national leader in energy efficiency and environmental stewardship.
     
    We are looking for an Employee Relations Advisor to be part of the Employee Relations Unit in Seattle City Light's Human Resources department.  The Employee Relations Advisor is responsible for the administration and implementation of City Light's Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), reasonable accommodation, and Family and Medical Leave (FML) programs. This position reports to the Employee Relations Manager.


    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
    The Employee Relations Advisor is responsible for the administration and implementation of City Light's Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), workplace rules and policies, reasonable accommodation, and Family and Medical Leave (FML) programs.
     
    The responsibilities with respect to the EEO program and workplace policies and rules include:
    • Investigate complaints of discrimination, harassment, misconduct and retaliation;
    • Prepare investigation reports, conduct debriefing sessions with the parties and management;
    • Respond in writing to charges filed with external agencies regarding EEO and misconduct issues;
    • Provide advice, information, and recommendations to management regarding the resolution of workplace issues and the interpretation of policies and regulations;
    • Review policies and rules for compliance with current best practices and legal standards.
    • May oversee and manage outside investigators.
    The responsibilities with respect to the administration of the more complex reasonable accommodation cases include:
    • Evaluate requests for reasonable accommodations and medical documentation;
    • Work with employees and management to identify and implement reasonable accommodations;
    • Provide advice to management on accommodation issues.
    The responsibilities with respect to the FML program include:
    • Evaluate FML requests and medical certifications;
    • Communicate to employees and management on the scope of approved FML requests;
    • Monitor FML use and provide advice to management on how to effectively manage FML.
    Other responsibilities include developing and providing in-house training on EEO, ADA and FMLA issues.
    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Education: Law degree (J.D.) and membership in any State Bar Association.
     
    Experience: A minimum of three years of experience conducting EEO investigations or legal practice in the area of employment law in a law firm or in-house setting, with a strong preference for candidates with a solid background in providing client counseling on employment law issues.
     
    Certification/License: Driver's license or equivalent mobility.


    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
    Desired Qualifications:
    Ideal candidates will have knowledge of, and experience with, public sector organizational practices and labor unions, experience working in a Human Resources function and a willingness and ability to accept change. Other desired skills include experience with a complex, diverse workforce.
     
    Other desired experience include providing legal analysis/advice regarding discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in the workplace; experience with employee complaint resolution techniques; excellent oral and written communication skills, including communicating with employees and management at all levels of the utility; thorough and demonstrable knowledge of all applicable laws, including federal, state and local EEO laws, disability laws, and the federal Family and Medical Leave Act. The ability to multi-task and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment; ability to problem solve in a large diverse organization; ability to objectively assess complex, sensitive situations; excellent analytical skills and ability to interpret and apply applicable employment laws, policies and procedures; good organizational and customer service skills; demonstrated ability to maintain confidentiality; and competency with MS Word and Excel are required.
     
     
    Job offers are contingent on the verification of credentials and other information required by the employment process including the completion of a background check which includes criminal history and driving history review.


     

  • 01/26/2016 1:37 PM | WWL Admin (Administrator)

    Directing Attorney
    Economic Justice Project
    Olympia or Seattle, WA


    Program Description
    For many years, Columbia Legal Services has represented some of the most marginalized people in our community. We use every legal tool available on their behalf. Our role to serve people and use advocacy that might otherwise not be available makes our work an integral part of the Washington Alliance for Equal Justice. Our vision of justice is when people have the necessary tools and opportunity to achieve social and economic justice, a more equitable and inclusive society is possible. Through large-scale litigation, policy reform, and innovative partnerships, our lawyers and staff work in furtherance of our mission. The ideal candidate for any position at Columbia Legal Services will be able to articulate their role in the achievement of that vision.


    Position
    Columbia Legal Services seeks a full-time Directing Attorney to supervise the advocacy of our six-person Economic Justice Project. The Directing Attorney will:
    • Direct the activities of the project group, including assigning, supervising, managing, and defining the scope of work on complex litigation, class actions, legislative advocacy, and other policy work. The Directing Attorney maintains their own caseload, as well.
    • Serve as an effective liaison across project groups and throughout statewide and national networks to identify opportunities and execute strategies to advance fairness and to stop exploitative practices against low-income people, particularly on issues affecting consumers, homeowners and tenants.
    • Actively advance the professional development of team members, and provide mentorship, support and resources to enable the team to perform at the highest level. 
    • Work with organizational leadership to oversee and advance large-scale, strategic organization-wide initiatives.
    • Be available to travel occasionally around the state to attend meetings, advance policy, and supervise staff members. This position may be based in Olympia or Seattle. 


    Qualifications
    • Minimum of five years of complex litigation and multi-forum advocacy; two years in a supervisory role.
    • Experience with broad economic justice issues, such as consumer protection, predatory lending, debt collection, foreclosure, or related areas of law.
    • Demonstrated initiative and creativity, commitment to social and economic justice, and the ability to master new legal areas and operate at a high advocacy level.
    • Excellent communication, research, writing, negotiation, and analytical skills.
    • Ability to lead a team advancing a variety of work and projects simultaneously.
    • Cultural competence and experience working with or on behalf of low-income client communities.
    • Member of Washington State Bar or prepared to seek admission as soon as possible upon hiring. 
    • Spanish language skills a plus.


    This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee.


    Compensation
    CLS offers a competitive compensation package with a salary scale commensurate with experience, and generous holiday, paid time off, and health care benefits.
    Applications
    Position is open until filled. Please note that due to the volume of applications received, CLS is unable to respond to every application. CLS will contact you if we decide to pursue your application. If e-mailed, please make Economic Justice Directing Attorney your subject line. Please send your letter of interest, resume, three professional references, and writing sample to:
    Trisa Kern, Director of Program Administration
    Columbia Legal Services
     101 Yesler Way Suite 300
    Seattle, Washington, 98104
     jobs@columbialegal.org

    Program Policy
    Columbia Legal Services is committed to a policy of pluralism and equal opportunity in an environment free of barriers and discriminatory practices for its client communities, Board and staff.  Pluralism refers to the active promotion of mutual respect, acceptance, teamwork and productivity among people who are diverse in work background, experience, education, race, color, national origin, sex, age, religious preference, marital status, sexual orientation, sensory, mental and physical abilities, veteran status, or any other perceived differences.  The resulting diversity is both a source of program strength and a matter of fundamental human fairness. If you need a reasonable accommodation for the application process, contact Sharon Nyland at 206-464-1122 or jobs@columbialegal.org.

  • 01/26/2016 1:36 PM | WWL Admin (Administrator)

    Directing Attorney
    Children and Youth Project, Seattle, WA


    Program Description
    For many years, Columbia Legal Services has represented some of the most marginalized people in our community. We use every legal tool available on their behalf. Our role to serve people and use advocacy that might otherwise not be available makes our work an integral part of the Washington Alliance for Equal Justice. Our vision of justice is when people have the necessary tools and opportunity to achieve social and economic justice, a more equitable and inclusive society is possible. Through large-scale litigation, policy reform, and innovative partnerships, our lawyers and staff work in furtherance of our mission. The ideal candidate for any position at Columbia Legal Services will be able to articulate their role in the achievement of that vision.


    Position
    Columbia Legal Services seeks a full-time Directing Attorney to supervise the litigation and policy initiatives of our nine-person Children and Youth Project. The Directing Attorney will:
    • Direct the activities of the project group, including assigning, supervising, managing, and defining the scope of work on complex litigation, class actions, legislative advocacy and other policy work. The Directing Attorney maintains their own caseload, as well.
    • Serve as an energetic and effective liaison across project groups and throughout statewide and national networks to identify opportunities and execute strategies to advance the law in improving opportunities for Washington’s children and youth to have safe and stable families and homes, quality education, health care, and economic stability.
    • Actively advance the professional development of team members, and provide mentorship, support and resources to enable the team to perform at the highest level. 
    • Work with organizational leadership to oversee and advance large-scale, strategic organization-wide initiatives.
    Be available to travel around the state to attend meetings, advance policy, and supervise staff members based in our Olympia and Kennewick offices.

    Qualifications
    • Minimum of five years of complex litigation and multi-forum advocacy; two years in a supervisory role.
    • Demonstrated initiative, creativity, and vision.
    • Commitment to and experience with broad children and youth advocacy issues, such as education, juvenile justice, health care, foster care, youth homelessness, immigrant youth, or related areas of law.
    • Excellent communication, research, writing, negotiation, and analytical skills.
    • Ability to lead a team advancing a variety of work and projects simultaneously.
    • Cultural competence and experience working with or on behalf of low-income client communities.
    • Member of Washington State Bar or prepared to seek admission as soon as possible upon hiring. 
    • Spanish language skills a plus.


    This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee.


    Compensation
    CLS offers a competitive compensation package with a salary scale commensurate with experience, and generous holiday, paid time off, and health care benefits.


    Applications
    Position is open until filled. Please note that due to the volume of applications received, CLS is unable to respond to every application. CLS will contact you if we decide to pursue your application. If e-mailed, please make Children and Youth Directing Attorney your subject line. Please send your letter of interest, resume, three professional references, and writing sample to:
    Trisa Kern, Director of Program Administration
    Columbia Legal Services
     101 Yesler Way Suite 300
    Seattle, Washington, 98104
     jobs@columbialegal.org

    Program Policy
    Columbia Legal Services is committed to a policy of pluralism and equal opportunity in an environment free of barriers and discriminatory practices for its client communities, Board and staff.  Pluralism refers to the active promotion of mutual respect, acceptance, teamwork and productivity among people who are diverse in work background, experience, education, race, color, national origin, sex, age, religious preference, marital status, sexual orientation, sensory, mental and physical abilities, veteran status, or any other perceived differences.  The resulting diversity is both a source of program strength and a matter of fundamental human fairness. If you need a reasonable accommodation for the application process, contact Sharon Nyland at 206-464-1122 or jobs@columbialegal.org.

  • 01/26/2016 1:36 PM | WWL Admin (Administrator)

    Associate Attorney

     

    Corporate

    Job #A20160105 – Seattle, Washington

    The Seattle office of Perkins Coie is seeking junior associate with ambition and initiative to join its market-leading Corporate group. The group's clients range from early stage startups to mature industry leaders and include many of the region's premier venture-backed and public companies. The group is experiencing strong growth in the areas of startup/emerging growth company representation and venture capital financings, M&A, including private equity, and public company securities and reporting work. Candidates should have solid academic credentials and one to two years of experience. To apply, please click on the link below and attach your cover letter, resume, and law school transcript.

     

    APPLY

    Perkins Coie LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, genetic information, protected veterans, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability status or any other category prohibited by local, state or federal law. This policy applies to all aspects of employment, including recruitment, placement, promotion, transfer, demotion, compensation, benefits, social and recreational activities and termination.

    For more information about equal employment opportunity, please click here for “EEO Is the Law.” To request a disability accommodation in the application process, please click here. Perkins Coie participates in E-Verify, please view the following links for details in  English and  Spanish. For information regarding your Right to Work, click here for details in  English and  Spanish.

    https://www.perkinscoie.com/en/about-us/careers/laterals/job-listings/associate-attorney-corporate-governance-transactions-job-5.html

  • 01/26/2016 1:34 PM | WWL Admin (Administrator)

     LEGAL COUNSEL

    Department: Legal General Counsel 

    FLSA Status:             Exempt
    Division: Legal General Counsel 

    Revised Date: January  2016

    GENERAL PURPOSE:
    Provide legal counsel on a variety of matters, including intergovernmental agreements, land use permitting, real property, and general municipal law; prepares and review legal documents; assist outside counsel with litigation; and perform legal research.


    PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    The following list is a general, representative summary of the primary job duties and is not a comprehensive list of all duties performed by all employees in this classification
    1. Provide legal analysis and counsel on a variety of legal matters, including intergovernmental agreements, land use permitting, real property, and general municipal law.
    2. Prepare and review complex contracts, agreements and other legal documents for the Agency; assist in the negotiation of contracts and agreements as necessary.
    3. Prepare, draft, and/or revise a variety of legal correspondence including letters, memoranda, briefs, opinions and other legal documents.
    4. Meet with and/or make presentations to board members, the general public, community leaders and federal, state and local agencies to discuss legal issues, solve problems and negotiate agreements.
    5. Perform legal research and provide legal opinions for special projects for the General Counsel as assigned.
    6. Assist in legislative development for the Agency including researching, reviewing and preparing resolutions, motions, policies and other legislation; provide recommendations to management staff as necessary.
    7. Manage outside legal counsel .
    8. Explain legislation and regulations to staff.
    9. Become proficient in new legal areas as required. .
    10. Perform related duties as required.


    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Education and Experience
    Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school.
    At least five years experience practicing law.
    License or Certificate:
    Member of the Washington State Bar Association by December 1, 2017.


    Practical Skills :
    • Identify and define legal issues, collect and analyze information, and recommend action.
    • Conduct research and prepare reasoned legal opinion letters.
    • Promptly provide practical informal legal advice.
    • Prepare a variety of clear and concise legal documents including contracts, letters, memoranda and opinions.
    • Negotiate agreements with private and public parties.
    • Effectively participate on project teams that analyze and synthesize information; develop and recommend strategic action plans to address project-specific legal issues.
    • .
    • Work on multiple projects, set objectives/goals and re-prioritize as needed.
    • Operate office equipment including computers and supporting applications.
    • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with diverse work groups and individuals.


    PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
    • Work is performed in a standard office environment.
    • Subject to standing, walking, bending, reaching, stooping and lifting of objects up to 10 pounds.
    The Agency promotes a safe and healthy work environment and provides appropriate safety and equipment training for all employees.
    All employees must follow the Agency safety rules, regulations and procedures.


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