Large, global corporation is seeking an Enterprise Account Manager to join its team in Jacksonville. This is an excellent opportunity for a candidate with a legal and finance background who is interested in pursuing an alternative career. The Enterprise Account Manager will be responsible for managing the transaction side of vendor relationships by evaluating all potential lease transactions, negotiating lease terms, pricing, credit requirements and ensuring all documentary and non-documentary company criteria is met prior to lease commencement. The Enterprise Account Manager must have a thorough understanding of legal documentation, financial pricing, asset management, credit and sales orientation. If you think you might be a good fit for this position, check out the full details in Symplicity under Job Posting ID# 6465. Don’t delay!
- Healthcare Regulatory Policy Coordinator
- Records Administrator for the District Attorney
- Contract Analyst
- Claims Attorney (in-house)
- Healthcare Staff Attorney (in-house)
- Law-Related Education Coordinator
- Legal Services Director
- Personal Injury Client Manager
- Foreclosure Mediations Specialist
- Litigation Case Manager: Litigation Case Manager supports our litigation team of four attorneys with heavy document drafting, conducting discovery, and interacting with clients.
- Lease Administrator: Lease Administrator will negotiate and prepare commercial real estate leases and other legal documents, oversee litigation and defaults/evictions. Responsibilities include responding to discovery requests, follow-up on landlord/tenant issues, maintenance of litigation logs, and maintaining contact with outside counsel. Manages negotiations directly with tenants and their attorneys and administers the lease production process.
- Associate Professor: Professor will teach paralegal courses in ABA approved Paralegal Studies program, coordinate internships and serve as adviser for the Paralegal Student Association.
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Please note that the deadline to submit completed applications is January 24, 2012.
There is a NEW alternative legal job posting on Symplicity. The posting is for a Public Records Request Process Coordinator in Jacksonville. This position coordinates Public Records Requests, which includes receiving all Public Records requests and determining whether it is appropriate to provide the requested information. The position requires legal interpretations, and sound judgment and discretion in handling sensitive and protected information. This position also coordinates Contract Management activities, including coordinating with line management when vendors are not performing in accordance with contract specifications and when contract termination may be appropriate. The deadline for applying to this position is September 25th – so apply quickly!
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- Department of State Intern – Obtain a coveted inside look into Foreign Service, the positions and the responsibilities that are possible. Qualifications: U.S. citizenship. Have good academic standing. Successfully complete a background investigation. Be able to receive either a Secret or Top Secret clearance. Be a full- or part-time graduate student.
- Director of Immigration Assistance – This position is responsible for the planning, coordination and delivery of programs that assure immigrants and refugees are making a successful adjustment to life in the region, are being treated fairly, and have access to the services they need. The immigration legal services caseload for this position will be heavily focused on family based immigration needs. Professional qualifications: Law degree, or advanced degree in social work, international affairs, human rights, or a similar field. NOTE: If a law degree, admission to the bar of any state in the U.S. (or a recent law graduate who has taken the bar in July 2011) is expected. At least 3 years experience in immigrant and refugee rights preferred. Commitment to intercultural/interfaith understanding and cooperation. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Fluency in English (required) and in Spanish (highly preferred).
- Legislative Analyst– Under close supervision of a staff director and committee members, the legislative analyst is responsible for researching and preparing staff analyses, reports, proposed budgets, substantive legislation, responding to inquiries, and developing correspondence. Professional Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and three years of professional experience in research, analysis, program planning and evaluation, or administrative work. A doctorate from an accredited college or university can substitute for two years of the required experience.
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Have you ever thought of working as a Department of State Foreign Service Specialist? Check out this Vacancy Announcement for a Foreign Service Office Management Specialist – http://careers.state.gov/specialist/vacancy-announcements/oms.
Office Management Specialists serve at U.S. embassies and consulates worldwide and in the U.S. Duties include supporting ambassadors and senior management, supporting representational events, drafting documents and preparing briefing materials, managing the office, and integrating with local culture.