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      • Naples, Florida
      • Permanent
      • $60,000 - $85,000 per year
      • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
      Spherion Staffing has been tasked to fill multiple direct hire positions within a prominent Naples Law Firm. These roles range from Trust and Estates Legal Assistants and Paralegals to Corporate Litigation Legal Assistants and Paralegals.Responsibilities:- Providing administrative support to the practice group and its clients.- Proofread all documents and correspondence for accuracy. - Coordinate meetings, including videoconferences, conference calls, equipment, catering, presentation materials, visitors, and rooms/offices. - Manage the practice groups, contact, calendars, and conference calls. - Process and manage expenses, routinely update our time-keeping system, complete and close timekeeping where appropriate and prompt attorneys as necessary.- Enter time for timekeepers and print reports as requested.- Work with Accounting in all aspects of the billing cycle, including but not limited to reviewing client billing for accuracy, edits to content/grammar, resolution of billing problems, and efficient changes to the process.- Process the intake of new clients, run conflict checks, create engagement, retainer letters, create client files, manage new client matters accurately and efficiently.- Prepare and ensure availability of necessary agendas, presentations, and meeting notes.- Revise, format, and finalize a wide variety of documents, including correspondence, memoranda, agreements, and practice-specific documents, including formatting Wills and Trusts.- Manage departmental trackers.- Monitor deadlines and schedules for the practice.- Establish and maintain paper and electronic files according to current firm policies utilizing the firm's record protocol procedures and document management system.- Perform other related duties required based upon the unique practice of the attorney, such as but not limited to assisting in business development initiatives and events and committee projects and responsibilities.- Assist other secretaries whenever necessary to meet firm and client needs.Working hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMSkills:- E-filing experience in Florida State Court and multiple jurisdictions.- Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office 365- including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams; iManage, Adobe, Zoom, and other videoconferencing applications - Must possess a typing speed of at least 60-65 wpm with a high accuracy rate.- Licensed as a Florida Notary Public or willing to become a Notary. - Excellent administrative, drafting, transcription, preparation, proofreading, organizational, time management, attention to detail, and multi-tasking skills in a busy, deadline-driven environment.- The ability to build professional, cooperative, and supportive relationships with one's peers, superiors, and clients while also anticipating and identifying clients'/colleagues' current and future needs. - Enthusiastically greet all contacts: vendors and personnel consistently, offering a warm, smiling, and hospitable demeanor that is also in a manner that is also positive, authentic, friendly, and helpful.- Ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality regarding internal Firm and client information.- Ability to handle high-pressure situations with grace.- Able to work as a team player for the practice area and have the capability to work independently and drive projects to completion.- Possesses the ability to see the importance of every task holistically and understand how each assignment benefits the growth and success of the practice. - Have a proactive, forward-thinking, innovative, and results-oriented approach with a strong work
      Spherion Staffing has been tasked to fill multiple direct hire positions within a prominent Naples Law Firm. These roles range from Trust and Estates Legal Assistants and Paralegals to Corporate Litigation Legal Assistants and Paralegals.Responsibilities:- Providing administrative support to the practice group and its clients.- Proofread all documents and correspondence for accuracy. - Coordinate meetings, including videoconferences, conference calls, equipment, catering, presentation materials, visitors, and rooms/offices. - Manage the practice groups, contact, calendars, and conference calls. - Process and manage expenses, routinely update our time-keeping system, complete and close timekeeping where appropriate and prompt attorneys as necessary.- Enter time for timekeepers and print reports as requested.- Work with Accounting in all aspects of the billing cycle, including but not limited to reviewing client billing for accuracy, edits to content/grammar, resolution of billing problems, and efficient changes to the process.- Process the intake of new clients, run conflict checks, create engagement, retainer letters, create client files, manage new client matters accurately and efficiently.- Prepare and ensure availability of necessary agendas, presentations, and meeting notes.- Revise, format, and finalize a wide variety of documents, including correspondence, memoranda, agreements, and practice-specific documents, including formatting Wills and Trusts.- Manage departmental trackers.- Monitor deadlines and schedules for the practice.- Establish and maintain paper and electronic files according to current firm policies utilizing the firm's record protocol procedures and document management system.- Perform other related duties required based upon the unique practice of the attorney, such as but not limited to assisting in business development initiatives and events and committee projects and responsibilities.- Assist other secretaries whenever necessary to meet firm and client needs.Working hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMSkills:- E-filing experience in Florida State Court and multiple jurisdictions.- Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office 365- including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams; iManage, Adobe, Zoom, and other videoconferencing applications - Must possess a typing speed of at least 60-65 wpm with a high accuracy rate.- Licensed as a Florida Notary Public or willing to become a Notary. - Excellent administrative, drafting, transcription, preparation, proofreading, organizational, time management, attention to detail, and multi-tasking skills in a busy, deadline-driven environment.- The ability to build professional, cooperative, and supportive relationships with one's peers, superiors, and clients while also anticipating and identifying clients'/colleagues' current and future needs. - Enthusiastically greet all contacts: vendors and personnel consistently, offering a warm, smiling, and hospitable demeanor that is also in a manner that is also positive, authentic, friendly, and helpful.- Ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality regarding internal Firm and client information.- Ability to handle high-pressure situations with grace.- Able to work as a team player for the practice area and have the capability to work independently and drive projects to completion.- Possesses the ability to see the importance of every task holistically and understand how each assignment benefits the growth and success of the practice. - Have a proactive, forward-thinking, innovative, and results-oriented approach with a strong work

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