Job Description:Lead and guide internal investigations related to potential regulatory violationsManage Trade Compliance investigations, to include reviewing and submitting Reportable Compliance Incidents, creating investigation work plans, interviewing employees, supporting root cause analysis and theidentification of effective corrective actions, reviewing documentation, and analyzing and compiling investigation resultsWork with Trade Compliance staff and business representatives to draft investigation work plans, complete root cause analysis, and develop effective corrective action plans for violations of regulations and Company policyOversee the completion of corrective actions, to include tracking, validating, reporting on, and closing corrective actionsDraft government disclosures, closure justifications, and extension requests, and compile enclosures for submissionCollaborate with Trade Compliance staff and business representatives to understand and document investigation scope, methodology, related policies and procedures, and other information necessary to completegovernment disclosures, closure justifications, and extension requestsTrack, update, and report on the status of all investigations, disclosures, and closure justificationsMaintain and contribute to CS Trade Compliance’s internal information web portal, file repositories, collaboration sites, and Trade software toolsAssist with responses to government or corporate inquiries on ITAR, EAR, Customs, and other trade related mattersContribute to the development of case studies, policies and procedures, trainings, and communications related to trade compliance issuesIdentify, recommend, and implement process improvementsAssist with the execution of special projects related to compliance mattersReports to the Manager, Trade Compliance Strategic Applications in the Communications Systems segment.Strong investigative skills with prior experience investigating ITAR, EAR, OFAC, and Customs mattersSubject matter expertise in understanding government regulations with primary focus on ITAR, EAR, and Customs requirementsEnsure compliance with ITAR, EAR, and Customs regulations including providing compliance guidance to both internal and external customersMust possess excellent writing skills, be able to assimilate and analyze complex information and draft clear and concise narrativesProject Management expertise, including the ability to effectively track, update, and report on various investigations, disclosures, and internal closures,while collaborating on and progressing other investigations, disclosures,and internal closuresAbility to multitask, context switch, and efficiently and effectively manage workload to include competing priorities and deadlines, ensuring on-timecompletion of activitiesStrong sense of accountability and responsibilityKeen judgment, discretion, and ability to maintain confidential information.Strong interpersonal skills and effective oral communication skillsAbility to work independently and perform duties with minimum supervision or direction while remaining a team player Education and Experience Requirements:Bachelor’s Degree and minimum 6 years of prior relevant experience; Graduate Degree and a minimum of 4 years of prior related experienceStrong candidates will have prior ITAR consent agreement experience or a law degree from an accredited universitySubject Matter Expert in ITAR, EAR, and Customs regulations.Advanced skills and expertise using SharePoint and Microsoft Office tools, particularly Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNoteLicensed Customs Broker.
Careerbuilder • New York, U.S.
You are responsible for delivering a Best Customer Experience that contributes to the Sales and Profit in your store. You always put our customers’ first and offer assistance and share your Product and Fashion knowledge. You create an environment that is easy for our Customers to shop through Store Operations and Great Garment Care. By sharing your knowledge and skills with your colleagues you actively contribute to creating a Best Team in order to meet the expectations of our customers. You work in accordance with H&M standards, policies, procedures and legal requirements. By acting in line with our Values and being a role model, you contribute to H&M’s business success. Role responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Best Customer Experience You are responsible for delivering a Best Customer Experience that contributes to the Sales and Profit in your store. You always put our customers’ first and offer assistance and share your Product and Fashion knowledge. Direct Customer Service Demonstrate the 5 basic demands to greet and engage with our customers in the service areas and on the sales floor Apply a ‘Heads up’ approach – be aware of customers that require assistance and offer help Use your product and fashion knowledge to inspire the customer by offering purchasing suggestions, promoting campaigns, offers, activities and company initiatives (i.e., sustainability efforts, garment collecting) Sales & Profit You are responsible for delivering a Best Customer Experience that contributes to the Sales and Profit in your store. You create an environment that is easy to shop through Store Operations and Great Garment Care. You follow all required H&M procedures, routines and best practices in all areas of the store, so sales goals can be reached Store Operations Keep the fixtures full and tidy regularly throughout the day to maximize sales Ensure great garment care to sell the products in their best condition at the right time Replenish sizes and allocation to the sales floor through efficient delivery and refill routines to avoid missed sales Ensure all areas of the sales floor and back of house are always clean and tidy, this includes but not limited to: Maintaining cleanliness of, and sweeping on sales floor, fitting rooms, and BOH areas Dusting all counters/hard surfaces, removes all spills, trash and debris from store Maintaining the cleanliness of employee kitchen areas including cleaning/disinfecting surfaces Maintaining cleanliness of all bathroom facilities on an as needed basis Garment Processing Procedures Actively process, stock and replenish garments on sales floor and stock room Fold, hang, display and merchandise garments per H&M guidelines to maximize selling opportunities Unload delivery truck, receive, open & unpack merchandise and label merchandise with security tags within efficiency time goals Cash Handling Procedures Handle payments and returns Ring on the register, report & handles all required transactions, issue receipts & fold and place merchandise in appropriate bag following the register best practice routine Policy and Safety Routines Follow all procedures and routines regarding safety, security and administrative processes in all areas of the store Execute reductions, price changes, and transfers Best Team By sharing your knowledge and skills with your colleagues you actively contribute to creating a Best Team in order to meet the expectations of our customers. You work in accordance with H&M standards, policies and procedures and legal requirements. Share your knowledge and skills with your colleagues, offering help where needed to build a positive working environment Give honest and constructive feedback to your colleagues to develop their skills Work in accordance with H&M standards and local legislation with health & safety and security routines, to guarantee you, your colleagues and customer safety at all times Minimum Qualifications: High School graduate or equivalent preferred 6 months of experience in customer service, preferred Ability to lift in excess of 20 pounds Ability to stand for long periods of time, bend, stretch, engage in repetitive motions, push, pull and carry items (mannequins, clothing, totes, torsos, etc) for a short distance Ability to climb a ladder and use a step stool Requirements: Excellent customer service skills Ability to recognize and execute selling opportunities Ability and willingness to run a cash register Good communication and organizational skills Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment Ability to take initiative to complete tasks and solve problems Ability to meet deadlines Ability to manage time and prioritize Must be able to work a flexible work schedule including nights and weekends
H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB • Charleston, U.S.
There is an immediate opening at a stand out real estate law firm, for a highly skilled and visionary Paralegal. If you are an effective and determined multitasker with good computer skills and passionate about the legal field, this position may be for you. This is a terrific chance to push your Paralegal career in the right direction.The ideal candidate will come with a real estate or corporate background. This reputable law firm will offer you full benefits, profit sharing, and 3 weeks’ vacation. Salary is competitive for the right person and hybrid remote work options available!REQUIREMENTS- Excellent verbal and written communication skills with a customer service mindset- Real estate experience desired- Corporate Real Estate experience- Ideal candidate should possess knowledge of word processing and spreadsheets- Attention to detail and accuracy, and discretion- Confidence in taking ownership of projects, writing and negotiating, planning and organizing- Creative problem solver who anticipates risks and opportunities and maintains a vision for continuous improvement- 5+ years of relevant experience
Robert Half • Oakland, U.S.
JOB SUMMARY Responsible for providing sterilization-engineering support to Medline Industries worldwide operations. This role will assist/direct the design, installation, commissioning and start-up of facility sterilization process, abatement equipment [EO, Radiation], where needed, and ancillary supporting systems. Moreover, this role will drive projects with existing sterilization modalities that enhance Quality/Reg. Compliance, reduce operating costs through cost reduction, improved process control or improved machine reliability. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:Sterilization engineering support for greenfield and brownfield ethylene oxide sterilization facilities. This includes developing standardized URS, HAZOP/pFMEA/PHA, Risk Assessments, FAT, SAT and IQ documentation. With internal/external resources develop a sustainable model for sterilization facilities, minimizing bespoke costs.Lead stress testing of suppliers control system software and integration of controls w/process for a given sterilization modality.Engineering support for Sterility Assurance activities related to alternative sterilization methodologies, such as, but not limited: Ebeam, X-Ray, Aseptic Processing, Moist and ry Heat. This will include performing in-house engineering feasibility studies, design and qualification specifications for said methods on an industrial scale. Drive approved alternative methods to completion.Review existing in-house sterilization equipment, to include Control System Software, and ancillary systems for gaps and improvement opportunities. Prioritize improvements in accordance with business risk. Provide technically competent solutions, to include time-line for completion and budgetary considerations. Depending on site/team skill set, either marshal/oversee resources or direct internal/external resources for improvements. Provide training as necessary to improve internal skill set.Provide engineering solutions at existing sites to automate/integrate pallet conveyance throughout in-house EO facilities, collaborating w/Engineering, Quality and Operations.Standardize means/methods at internal sterilization sites, brown or greenfield. Where applicable, control system hardware and software, instrumentation, calibration and maintenance activities are primary drivers. Insure each sites%26rsquo; critical sterilization component/equipment/software has a backup to minimize risk and insure business continuity.Support Sterility Assurance team with IQ/OQ/PQ, Risk Assessments, CAPA%26rsquo;s, Audits, etc.Benchmark internal/external sterilization modalities, insuring best practices for Medline owned sterilization equipment/facilities.Working understanding of US and International regulations associated with various modes of sterilization, specifically EO.This is a high-level individual contributor role. May be involved in hiring staff, recommending pay increases, performing performance reviews, training and development of staff, estimating personnel needs, assigning work, meeting completion dates, interpreting and ensuring consistent application of organizational policies.COVID-19 Vaccination Please be aware that Medline requires all employees starting in this position to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This position will require the successful candidate to provide proof that they are fully vaccinated by their start date. Medline is an equal opportunity employer, and will provide reasonable accommodations to those individuals who are unable to be vaccinated for COVID-19 consistent with federal, state, and local law. EDUCATION:Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, electrical engineering, or equivalent mechanical/electrical degree. A Life Science degree with a minimum 10 years demonstrated professional engineering roles/expertise is acceptable. WORK EXPERIENCE:A minimum 10 year sterilization equipment experience required. SME in ethylene oxide sterilization equipment (primary)/processes (desirable) from an engineering perspective. Secondary expertise in other methodology is desirable, such as, but not limited to: E-beam, X-Ray, Gamma, Dry Heat, Moist Heat, Aseptic or novel sterilization methods.Preferred 10+ years hands-on-of experience in a regulated industry, with sterilization engineering, EO required, Dry or Moist Heat desirable.A Controls/Automation background is required; 8+ years%26rsquo; experience with Sterilization Software Programming & Integration.Proficiency in AutoCAD required, as well as Microsoft Suite [Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Project]. Statistical analysis desirable using Minitab or equivalent.Ability to work effectively in cross-functional teams. Ability to work independently and manage multiple tasks and priorities.Position requires travel up to 30% of the time for business purposes (domestic and international).Sterilizer equipment, and Controls Hardware and Software. Relevant standards associated with EO modality.Benchmarking and project management skills to develop scope, capital cost, and timelines in support of capital projects.
Careerbuilder • Northfield, U.S.
Job SummaryThe candidate for this position will be successful if they are able to execute a variety of secretarial duties of a confidential nature. These tasks will include working with attorneys, paralegals and other members of the firm with a series of administrative functions. Therefore, the candidate will have to have effective time managements and organizational skills coupled with the ability to be detail oriented.ResponsibilitiesTaking and transcribing oral dictation of notes, memos and legal documentsReceiving queries from clients and distributing them to relevant lawyers, liaising with clientsPreparing Trial Bundles and documents for court hearingsPreparing and drafting Engagement LettersUpdating and maintaining client contact databaseArranging departmental meetings and eventsProviding administration support to partners, managers and associatesDocument typing, analysis and proofing, amending (including track changes) and formatting documents as requiredCreating and amending documents, managing correspondence and emailsOpening new files on the system, preparation of client formsScheduling meetings, taking calls from clients, travel arrangements, billing and filing and light reception dutiesManaging the Managing Partners PA workScheduling meetings and conferencesDrafting documents including legal correspondence, documents and reportsRequirementsAdvanced Microsoft Office (formatting, track changes, mail merge) Excel (pivot tables and formulas) and PowerPointProven ability and experience in preparing legal documentationExperience working within a team, but equally comfortable working aloneOrganized and efficient, able to work to tight deadlinesFirst class bachelor’s degree preferably in LawFluent, business level, written and spoken English, Arabic communication skillsA professional services employment background in a legal environment
EDARABIA • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Job DescriptionSALES & PROFIT You are responsible for supporting the Sales and Profit goals in your store by setting a plan to deliver the Best Customer Experience in your department. You regularly analyze and follow up on Sales & Profit KPIs for your department with the Visual Merchandisers. You secure that actions are taken to maximize selling. You support the Visual Merchandisers with these actions by securing the hours and staff needed for a successful execution. Together with your store management team, you set the hours plan for your department in line with the sales budget.Together with your store management team, you ensure proper scheduling for your department to maximize conversion and enable commercial activities (department moves, Sale, Deals, etc.) keeping within the frame of the hours plan.You plan and prioritize actions together with your team that have a clear impact on selling.You ensure your department’s execution continuously meets H&M standards and follow up using the Store Experience Tool (S.E.T.)Together with your visual team you ensure the implementation of the Commercial Handbook for your department You ensure Store Operations and Best Practices are followed in your department and throughout the store. This includes, but is not limited to: truck planning, intraday, garment care, etc.Ensure H&M Customer Service standards are delivered at all times through active coaching of Sales Advisors and leading by example.Ensure the maintenance of your department is managed in a cost-efficient way to meet H&M standards and initiate actions accordingly with your store management team.Actively prevent loss and ensure your department follows appropriate safety and security guidelinesGive input to your Store Manager and District Team on allocation and replenishment to secure a good garment level in your department according to sellingYou inform your Store Manager of any potential risks, threats and opportunities related to the competitor landscape.PEOPLE & TEAMS You ensure you have the Best Teams and support their development. You work with succession planning, talent development and structured performance management for your team based on results, values and leadership. You work in accordance with legal requirements and H&M standards, policies and procedures to meet the expectations of customers and colleagues.Manage the recruitment, training, development and succession planning for your department team in line with H&M ROTD best practicesEvaluate and manage the performance of your Department team members; give regular feedback, execute dialogues, development plans and follow-ups and take actions to improve performance and develop your teamActively work with a talent pipeline within your Department/store to support the business needs You ensure clear communication to Store team on business performance, company culture and training focuses through daily Behind The Seams Meetings and participating in weekly Leadership Meetings Ensure health & safety, legal and security issues are being handled to H&M standards and local laws securing the employee and customer safety at all timesCarry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with H&M policies & applicable laws including approving time off requests, pay, location or title changes, conducting terminations & corrective actions & making employment decisionsAbility to maintain overall store responsibility of store in absence of Store ManagerYou strengthen our Company Culture by promoting feedback in our daily work and coach your team to do the same.QualificationsHigh School graduate or equivalent; Associates or Bachelor’s Degree is preferredMinimum of 2 years’ of retail management or comparable experienceAbility to lift in excess of 20 poundsAbility to stand for long periods of time, bend, stretch, engage in repetitive motions, push, pull and carry items (mannequins, clothing, totes, torsos, etc. ) for a short distanceAbility to climb a ladder and use a step stool REQUIREMENTS: Ability to coach and counsel staff on performance management and progressive discipline techniquesOpen availability including evenings and weekendsBasic computer skills such as browser navigation, software interaction and data entry are neededMinimal travel required (i.e. Workshops) FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY: Assist Store Manager with sales and profit responsibility for your store Accurate recording of sales figures and hours
H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB • Livonia, U.S.
Job DescriptionOverall Job Summary: The Sales Market Employee Relations Specialist is responsible for maintaining a clear overview of Employee Relations activity for designated areas of the US while providing escalated support to Sales Market and Area teams within an assigned Market. Assists in creating and implementing policies and procedures, ensures that management is consistently following company values and standards, and assists with employment law related cases countrywide.This position is based in Secaucus, NJ or Los Angeles, CA depending on assigned Market. The role sits within our Human Resources Function and reports to our Country Employee Relations Manager.Core Responsibilities includes but is not limited to:Proactively partners with Sales Market HR Managers, Area HR Managers and Store Managers to develop their skill and knowledge on properly handling Employee Relation issuesProvides direction, developmental support, guidance and feedback to Area Sales Managers and Sales Market Managers, as needed, regarding employee issues.Responsible for ensuring all employee related issues and concerns are properly addressed and acting proactively to prevent widespread ER concerns or problems, in partnership with Country ER ManagerProvides regular business insight reporting to key business leaders on employee relations activity and trends in designated marketEnsures all employee issues are taken care of in a timely, fair, consistent and confidential way, to meet legislation and H&M’s employment standards. Partners with Country ER Manager, as needed, on escalated cases.Maintains case documentation in identified Company database, in compliance with all Company and legal requirementsIndependently approves corrective action steps and the termination of employment, on sensitive or escalated cases.Provides leadership coaching on performance management process, including the company’s progressive discipline process, to ensure consistency in content and deliveryEnsures that stores are accurately utilizing termination and exit tools to complete terminations in accordance with H&M policy.Counsels managers on suspensions and terminations related to violence in the workplace, drugs and alcohol, sexual harassment/harassment, FMLA, ADA, discrimination and other sensitive employee issuesInvestigates and provides Legal summary for all attorney letters, agency claims and lawsuits within designated market, in partnership with Country ER ManagerEnsures completion of investigations for harassment/discrimination or other policy violations, with partnership of Country ER Manager where appropriate.Regularly works on process improvement projects related to Human Resources, Employee Relations and other key business functionsRegularly monitors identified law monitor tools/websites for designated market to ensure a comprehensive understanding of emerging legal trends and legislation. Assists in communicating any changes in company policy or State or Federal laws to Store, Area and Sales Market teamsProvides state specific overviews during expansion and remodel project plansAssists with the design, implementation and facilitation of key educational materials to mitigate risk to the CompanyCompletes and follows up on ER routines and ensure compliance with State and Federal laws for all stores in designated region. Research and counsels managers on Worker’s Compensation cases for termination/FMLA/ADA concerns.Attends legal depositions and mediations, as required.Direct liaison between external counsel and Country ER Manager. Additional Accountabilities: No direct accountability; however, decisions made have a financial impact on the company.QualificationsWhat You’ll Need to Succeed:Bachelor’s Degree in HR preferred, or relevant experience in related fieldMinimum 3 years’ experience in multiunit Store HR or Training role specifically dealing with employee coaching and counseling with employee relations, benefits, payroll, recruiting and training.Minimum 3 years in a retail management positionProfessional HR certification desiredUnion knowledge and/or experience preferred.Detailed knowledge of legal requirements including Title VII, FLSA, FMLA, ADA, FCRA, etc.Ability to communicate and work with all levels of employees.Skilled at solving conflicts in a direct but positive way.Ability to be neutral and confidential and deal with sensitive information.Ability to provide leadership through our shared values.Management experience and/or detailed knowledge about the various aspects of Human Resources.Strong knowledge of H&M HR practices, policies and guidelines.Exceptional customer service and interpersonal skills.Proven organizational and analytical skills.Is flexible and able to travel up to 20% of the time
H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB • Secaucus, U.S.
The ideal Litigation Legal Secretary will have a minimum of five years’ experience supporting two or more attorneys in both State and Federal litigation matters. Well experienced Litigation Legal Secretaries should have thorough knowledge of court processes and procedures, proficiency utilizing electronic document management software’s and a proven track record of thriving in fast-paced environments.Key Responsibilities- Offer support for several attorneys across several locations- Utilize organizational skills to assist attorneys effectively and efficiently in the resolution of files- Electronic court filing in Federal and State Courts- Administer assigned files and deliver legal services under attorney supervision- Organize and prepare documents for depositions, hearings, arbitrations, mediations, and trials- Update calendars, manage litigation deadlines and billing entries- Format, proofread, edit, and maintain Legal files- Carry out administrative tasks as necessaryCompensation and Benefits:• Competitive salaries• Performance based bonus incentive program• Group Health, Vision and Dental Insurance• 401(k) • PTO/ Paid holidays• Disability and Life Insurance• Employee Wellness Assistance Programs• Hybrid remote 2-3 days per week
Robert Half • Los Angeles, U.S.
Works independently as well as under the supervision of the Executive Director of the Citizen Complaint Authority and Chief Investigator to investigate citizen complaints alleging excessive force, the improper pointing of firearms at persons, unreasonable searches and seizures, discrimination, and other acts of misconduct filed against employees of the Cincinnati Police Department; investigates shots fired or death in custody cases involving employees of the Cincinnati Police Department; generates comprehensive reports that present findings and recommendations, including recommendations involving corrective action, if necessary.Prepares patterns reviews, statistical studies and reports, written narratives, analytical reports, research work plans, law enforcement policy and training reviews, memoranda summarizing research findings, data tables and graphs, PowerPoint presentations, and periodic reports under the supervision of the Executive Director.Provides responsible staff assistance to the Executive Director of the Citizen Complaint Authority as well as serves as Executive Director in his/her absence; works with the Executive Director, other CCA staff, CCA Board, citizens, Police Department, and other stakeholders in service of CCA’s mission and responsibilities.Minimum Qualifications (KSAs)(Illustrative only. Any one position may not require all of the listed KSAs nor do the listed examples include all the KSAs which may be required.)Knowledge of:Cincinnati Police Department and its rules, regulations, and procedures.Investigative procedures and methods.Interviewing skills.City ordinances related to allegations of serious misconduct.City jurisdictional issues.Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations.Employment law, Constitutional law, and relevant case law.Procedures for obtaining evidence.Medical terminology relative to autopsies and medical examinations.Basic ballistics terminology.Resources for legal research; law reporting services.Proper English grammar, usage, and spelling.Skill to:Write thorough analytical investigative reports; audit reports written by others.Interview complainants, witnesses and investigatory targets for relevant information.Conduct thorough investigations in accordance with established policies and procedures.Access database to obtain statistical information.Operate computer/word processing equipment, calculator, and other office equipment.Operate assigned vehicle in performance of job duties; have access to personal vehicle to respond to emergencies.Ability to:Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.Analyze complex, voluminous legal information relative to assigned investigations.Understand and conform to requirements set forth in the Department of Justice Memorandum of Agreement and the Collaborative Agreement.Find citations for case law as appropriate.Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.Examples of Work Performed:(Illustrative only. Any one position within this classification may not include all of the duties listed nor do the listed examples include all of the tasks which may be performed.)Provides responsible staff assistance to the Executive Director of the Citizen Complaint Authority as well as serves as Executive Director in his/her absence; works with the Executive Director, other CCA staff, CCA Board, citizens, Police Department, and other stakeholders in service of CCA’s mission and responsibilities.Perform duties for the Citizen Complaint Authority, including reviewing and investigating complaints against employees of the Cincinnati Police Department as provided in the collaborative agreement.Prepares patterns reviews, written narratives, analytical reports, research work plans, law enforcement policy and training reviews, memoranda summarizing research findings, data tables and graphs, PowerPoint presentations, and periodic reports under the supervision of the Executive Director.Gather relevant documentation and evidence, including photographic evidence; interview complainants, investigatory targets, and witnesses; work in cooperation with other investigative and regulatory agencies as necessary.Conduct legal research to determine the Constitutional, statutory and/or case law controlling the legality of the alleged conduct.Prepare analytical reports on evidence supporting and/or disproving allegations; conclusions and needs are based on objective criteria free of individual bias or pressure from any group inside or outside City service.Prepare typed responses to complainants regarding the course of action taken; as needed, supply information regarding other avenues for pursuit of complaints.Must interact in a professional manner with multiple stakeholders who may have conflicting interests/values; creates an atmosphere of trust for all individuals involved.Maintain confidentiality during the course of investigations.Investigate incidents involving firing of gunshots by Cincinnati Police Officers, whether fatal or non-fatal; inspect areas of said shootings; gather names of witnesses and Police Officers involved; serve on call 24-hours a day for such situations.Consult with subject matter experts when investigative needs require such consultation.Audit Police Department internal investigative reports generated by CCA referrals.Assist those contacted in the course of duty in an effective, efficient, and professional manner.Perform related duties as assigned.
Glassdoor Inc. • Cincinnati, U.S.
Multitasking administrative wizards hoping to advance their careers will be interested in this Legal Secretary opportunity. Our client is looking for talented candidates with ambition and passion for the field to fill their Legal Secretary position as soon as possible. This permanent Legal Secretary employment opportunity is with a company located in the New York, New York area.What you get to do every single day- Strong communication skills are essential to communicate with clients in an effective and efficient manner- Relay legal correspondence to clients in a clear way- Utilize comprehensive knowledge of legal procedures- Ensure office efficiency by handling assigned files and delivering legal services under attorney supervision- Maintain and improve calendars and billing sheets- Provide support for several attorneys- Assist attorneys in effective and efficient resolution of files- Maintain office efficiency by completing administrative tasks as necessary- Update schedule with client interactions - Excellent written, verbal and social communication skills highly desired- Prowess in database management- Proficient in local jurisdictional and federal court rules and procedures- Engages effectively in self-directed time management and prioritization of workload- Thorough understanding of word processing and spreadsheets highly valued- Understanding of and experience with legal correspondence and court filing procedures is a plus- Strong familiarity with Document Libraries- Comprehensive knowledge of Librarian- Knowledge of Libraries
Robert Half • New York, U.S.
Have you ever want to work for a social media Company? The client is hiring Content Moderators to moderate legal documentation for one of the world’s largest social media platforms. (no graphic content/video to be reviewed)Working from home until the office re-opens (date TBC) Office Location Sandyford Dublin 18Your job:Reviewing documentation to ensure content is compliant with our client’s policies and procedures.Ensuring every piece of content in violation our client’s terms of business is accurately identified and flagged for action in a timely manner.The experience we are looking for:Fluent English – exceptional reading and writing skillsAbility to work analytically within a problem-solving environmentTeam spirited with a positive attitude and business focusAbility to communicate with stakeholders at all levelsDemonstrable ability to work to deadlines and targetStrong attention to detailTech savvy with an ability to work across multiple tools/web platforms at the same timeWorking Conditions:Working from home until restrictions liftThis is a role with shift work. 40 hours per week/shift for 9 hours per dayShifts set between 8am and 10pmMost likely scheduled between 9am and 5.30pmJob Type: PermanentSalary: €26,000.00 per yearA permanent working Visa is required for this role as it is a permanent contract.
Approach People Recruitment • Dublin, Ireland
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