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  • Monday, February 26, 2018 8:57 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    Earthjustice is seeking a staff attorney with substantial community lawyering experience to join its Northeast regional office in New York City. Filling the position will build our capacity to represent communities in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania that face disproportionate environmental burdens.

    The Healthy Communities program is at the heart of Earthjustice’s mission to defend the right of all people to a healthy environment. This program encompasses work on clean air, clean water, toxic chemicals, pesticides, and waste facilities, as well as related domestic and international issues. The attorney selected for this position will focus on local enforcement litigation and other legal advocacy driven by the concerns of communities and partners within our region. The staff attorney would be located in New York City.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    Help expand our place-based engagement, work and partnerships with community-based groups.

    Conduct factual investigations and develop legal theories for possible advocacy or litigation work; draft pleadings and briefs; and otherwise manage new and existing cases in state or federal courts and administrative tribunals.

    Advise other regional office lawyers in the conduct of effective community-based legal work.

    Supervise the work of more junior lawyers, interns, and litigation assistants.

    Manage relationships with outside co-counsel, clients, and coalition partners.

    Coordinate community-based environmental health work with national strategies and litigation in other program areas.

    Integrate communications and legislative advocacy into litigation and other legal strategies.

    Support ongoing office work to build a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    Lawyer with at least six years of litigation experience, who is admitted, or will seek admission, to the NYS bar.

    Experience working with or representing community or grassroots groups.

    Experience in administrative and pre-trial proceedings; evidentiary hearings; and appellate litigation.

    Good research, analysis, writing, and oral advocacy skills.

    A commitment to public interest work and a passion for environmental justice.

    Ability to work both independently and in collaboration with others.

    Aware of and sensitive to the needs and concerns of individuals from diverse cultures, backgrounds, and orientations.

    Interest in contributing to the creation of a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work culture that encourages and celebrates differences.

    We offer a mission- and employee-focused work environment and a competitive compensation package, including excellent benefits. Earthjustice is an equal opportunity employer and highly values diversity. Women and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

    TO APPLY

    Using the Jobvite application tool, please submit:

    Resume.

    One- or two-page cover letter that addresses at least the following subjects: (1) why you are drawn to Earthjustice’s mission and whether there are particular legal, environmental, or justice issues that inspire you; and (2) aspects of your background that demonstrate competence to work with diverse clients and colleagues.

    Writing sample, preferably a legal brief or memorandum that primarily reflects your work.

    List of three references.

    Click link to apply: https://app.jobvite.com/j?aj=oHbF6fwn&s=GSCBWLA

    Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled. 

    Please reach out to jobs@earthjustice.org if you are having technical difficulties submitting your application. No phone calls, drop-ins, or hard copies.


    Closing Date:  May 11, 2018.

  • Thursday, February 15, 2018 10:42 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    Department:  Magistrate

    Starting Salary:  $80,369.32

    Pay Frequency:  Annually

    Pay Grade:  35

    Position Number:  22010619 / 22010620

    State Funded Position

    Summary

    This position is responsible professional legal work calendaring and conducting hearings and make determinations on child support matters referred for hearing by family court judges. The Hearing Officer takes and evaluates evidence and testimony from witnesses and technical experts, uses that information in making findings of fact, conclusions of law and recommendations for the family court judges. The Hearing Officer is responsible for setting referred cases for hearing, conducting hearings, making determinations on cases, and preparing reports and recommendations with accompanying orders for the referring judge’s signature. This position reports directly to the Chief Judge or a designee.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Graduate from an accredited law school, membership in good standing in the Florida Bar and five years of experience in the practice of law including at least one year of experience in family law.

    Essential Duties

    The selected candidate will review judge’s orders of referral and conducts legal research in preparation for hearing family law cases, schedule cases and conducts hearings in compliance with applicable regulations and laws; gathers data in the form of documentary evidence and testimony. This person will review reports and recommendations submitted by attorneys and considers related research and information presented at hearings to make case determination; in the form of recommended orders and reports to the courts. The hearing officer takes and evaluates evidence and testimony from witnesses and technical experts and uses that in making legal factual recommendations. Also makes ruling on pre-trial and post judgement motions including discovery, dismissal and motions for relief, clarification and re-hearings.

    Knowledge Skills and Abilities

    The ideal candidate will have knowledge of and ability to interpret and apply Florida statutes, case law and Florida rules of Court. Knowledge of the rules of evidence and the ability to take evidence. Ability to work with litigants who are in stressful situations. Possess a professional, collaborative, and upbeat approach to their work and leadership style. Effective communication and interpersonal skills, both verbal and written, the ability to prioritize and work under tight deadlines are essential to success in the role. Applicants must have strong analytical and problem solving skills, attention to detail and advanced proficiency with and Microsoft Office Suite and JVS or other case management system. Must have a demonstrated ability to interact with a diverse set of people in an open and friendly manner.

    How to Apply

    Each completed package shall include the following:

    • Cover Letter
    • Resume
    • Brief writing sample, between three and five pages in length
    • Supplemental to Application for Position of Magistrate. Download application.pdf.png
    • State of Florida Application. Download applicationpdf.png

    The application package must be submitted to: Chief of Personnel, Tammy Anton, at CAD-Recruiting@pbcgov.org.

    Notice

    Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applications will continue to be received until 5:00 PM on Friday, March 2, 2018. Submission of an application does not guarantee the applicant an interview. Applicants will be subject to a criminal background check. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate against any of the protected classes.

    If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in the interviewing process once selected, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Tammy Anton, Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator, Palm Beach County Courthouse, 205 North Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, Florida 33401; telephone number (561) 355-4380 at least 7 days before your scheduled either in-person or telephonic interview; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call “711.”


  • Thursday, February 15, 2018 10:31 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    February 9, 2018
    CONTACT: 
    William G. McCormick, Chair; william.mccormick@gray-robinson.com
    Seventeenth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission
    TELEPHONE: 
    (954) 761-8111

    As a result of the resignation of Judge Claudia Robinson, the Seventeenth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission is accepting applications for a vacancy on the Broward County Court.

    1. Applications for this County Court vacancy must be received by 3:00 pm on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, and should be delivered to:

    Seventeenth Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission
    c/o William G. McCormick, Chair
    GrayRobinson, P.A.
    401 East Las Olas Boulevard, Suite 1000
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    (954) 761-8111
    william.mccormick@gray-robinson.com
    gale.myerowitz@gray-robinson.com

    Applications received after the deadline will not be considered. All applicants must have been members of The Florida Bar for at least five (5) years, electors of the State of Florida, and residents of the Seventeenth Circuit before taking office.

    2. The Judicial Applications are available online at The Florida Bar website www.flabar.org. To be considered, applicants must submit the following, without exception:

    (a) One original application, typed and bound securely;

    (b) One separate redacted copy of the application excluding all exempt information under Chapter 119, Florida Statutes, or other applicable public records law;

    (c) An electronic copy of both the application and the redacted application, saved in PDF format, each on a separate password-secured flash drive, with the applicant’s name clearly indicated on the exterior of the flash drives. Each PDF must be a single file not to exceed 8 Mb. The applicant shall provide the password(s) for the flash drives on a separate piece of paper, and shall not write the password on the exterior of the flash drives. No other attachments or files are to be included on the flash drives;

    (d) All letters of recommendation in your possession that you wish the Commission to consider shall be included as attachments to the original application and the redacted copy, and shall be included with the applications saved on the flash drives;

    (e) The financial disclosure information requested in the application, inclusive of a completed Form 6 (Full and Public Disclosure of Financial Interest) must be submitted with the original application, the redacted application and the electronic copies of each;

    (f) A recent photograph of the applicant shall be attached to the application and redacted application, and included as an attachment to the applications saved to the flash drives;

    (g) Any additional information which you feel may be helpful to the Commission in assessing your qualifications shall be included as attachments to the application and redacted application, and shall be included with the copies of each saved to the flash drives.

    3. Please strictly follow all requests and instructions in this notice. Failure to do so could result in your application not being considered.

    4. The Commission strongly suggests that you submit your application as soon as it is prepared and well before the deadline.

    5. After the deadline for submitting applications, the Commission will determine which applicants will be interviewed. If you are selected to be interviewed, you will be contacted to confirm the date, time and location of your interview, if other than indicated in this Notice.

    6. Presently, the interviews are scheduled to be conducted on Thursday, April 5, 2018, commencing at 8:30 AM, at the Broward County Bar Association, 1051 S.E. 3rd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316.

    7. All proceedings of the Commission are open to the public, except for deliberations. Accordingly, you should notexpect your application and/or information to be kept confidential, subject to applicable Florida Statutes.

    8. If an applicant is nominated, all materials attached to the original application will be submitted to the Governor’s Office, which may request additional copies of same.

    9. If there is any question about the application process, please contact the Chair of the JNC, William G. McCormick, or his assistant, Gale Myerowitz.

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  • Thursday, February 15, 2018 10:19 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    February 14, 2018
    CONTACT: Hans Ottinot, Chair; hottinot@sibfl.net,
    Eleventh Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission
    TELEPHONE: 305-792-1765

    MIAMI – The Eleventh Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission has been asked to provide Gov. Rick Scott with nominees for the vacancy in the Miami-Dade Circuit Court created by the resignation of Circuit Court Judge Jerald Bagley.

    The commission requests that interested candidates submit an application for consideration. Applicants must meet the qualifications for circuit court judges described in Article V, Section 8 of the Florida Constitution.

    Applicants must deliver a complete original application by March 2, 2018, at 5 p.m. No copies shall be required. Any application delivered after the deadline will not be considered. The original application should be delivered to:

    Hans Ottinot, Esq.
    City Attorney’s Office for the City of Sunny Isles Beach
    18070 Collins Ave.
    Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
    In addition to the original application, applicants must email a PDF version of the application to Hans Ottinot, chair (hottinot@sibfl.net) with personal information not subject to public disclosure — such as the Social Security number — redacted as permitted by Section 119.071 of the Florida Statutes.

    Applicants are invited to provide the chair with a one page sheet listing the date, location and time of hearings or trials that they would want the commissioners to observe. The one-page disclosure sheet is not mandatory and can be provided to the chair at any time before the interview day. No information other than the date, location and time should be provided on the one-page sheet.
    Applications may be downloaded from the Florida Bar’s website at www.floridabar.org and the Office of the Governor at www.flgov.com. Applicants should include a recent photograph.

    NOTE TO APPLICANTS: To assist the Judicial Nominating Commission in its review of applications, all questions must be fully and completely answered. Applications must include current contact information, including email addresses, for judges, co-counsel, opposing counsel and references to facilitate the background investigation that will be conducted by the members of the commission.

    ELEVENTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL NOMINATING COMMISSION MEMBERS

    Hans Ottinot (Chair)
    City Attorney's Office for the City of Sunny Isles Beach
    18070 Collins Ave.
    Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
    Tel.: 305-792-1765
    Fax: 305-792-1562
    hottinot@sibfl.net

    Hayden P. O'Byrne (Vice Chair) 
    K&L Gates
    Southeast Financial Center, Suite 3900
    200 S. Biscayne Blvd.
    Miami, FL 33131
    Tel.: 305-539-3381
    hayden.obyrne@klgates.com

    Daniel S. Fridman
    White & Case LLP
    Southeast Financial Center
    200 S. Biscayne Blvd., Suite 4900
    Miami, FL 33131
    Tel.: 305-995-5264
    daniel.fridman@whitecase.com

    Robert H. Fernandez
    Gunster Law Firm
    Brickell World Plaza
    600 Brickell Ave., Suite 3500
    Miami, FL 33131
    Tel.: 305-376-6000
    Fax: 786-425-4119
    rfernandez@gunster.com

    Walter James Harvey
    School Board Attorney's Office
    1450 NE 2nd Ave., Suite 400
    Miami, FL 33132
    Tel.: 305-995-1304
    Fax: 305-995-1412
    walter.harvey@dadeschools.net

    Christine Hernandez-Baldwin
    Office of the State Attorney, 11th Judicial Circuit
    1350 N.W. 12th Ave.
    Miami, FL 33136
    Tel.: 305-547-0100
    Fax: 305-547-0313
    ChristineHernandez-Baldwin@Miamisao.com

    Paul Huck, Jr.
    Jones Day
    600 Brickell Ave.
    Brickell World Plaza, Suite 3300
    Miami, FL 33131
    Tel.: 305-714-9700
    Fax: 305-714-9799
    paulhuck@jonesday.com

    Robert R. Pardo
    Robert R. Pardo, P.A.
    7700 N. Kendall Drive, Suite 512
    Miami, FL 33156
    Tel.: 305-596-7794
    Fax: 305-596-5854
    RPardo@Pardolaw.com

    Luis E. Suárez
    Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP
    100 S.E. 2nd St., Suite 2800
    Miami, FL 33131-2144
    Tel.: 305-539-8400
    Fax: 305-539-1307
    lsuarez@bsfllp.com

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  • Saturday, February 10, 2018 6:42 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    Earthjustice Project Attorney, Risk Management

    The Contract, Compliance and Risk Management Project Attorney (Project Attorney) will be responsible for leading projects, rolling out/implementing revised or new legal compliance processes and following up to measure their effectiveness.  The Project Attorney supports the GC in law practice management functions of our public interest law firm, including conducting legal research, investigating potential methods of assuring good contracting practices, assuring compliance with legal ethical standards, assisting in improving lawyer onboarding/training, developing a more advanced method of assuring appropriate tracking and reporting of the organization’s lobbying activities, and developing mechanisms for compliance in a number of other areas.  The Project Attorney may also work closely with the Litigation Operations Manager and other leaders and staff members throughout the organization.  The Project Attorney should be a good planner, consensus builder, able to persuade others and get projects to timely conclusion.

    This is a full-time, 2-year position with a potentially renewable term.

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    Contracts (30%):

    • Review or draft contracts on an as-needed basis
    • Update contract templates as needed
    • Identify and manage implementation of system for centralizing contract management
    • Put in place controls to ensure good contracting practices
    • Maintain contract management system, assess performance and make any necessary changes
    • As needed, select and supervise outside counsel; occasionally function as the client representative of Earthjustice

    Risk Management (50%):

    • Improve system for assuring lobbying registration and reporting
    • Review insurance policies, benchmark, evaluate organizational risks/needs, prepare GC for annual insurance renewal
    • Partner with Senior Operations Manager to complete, monitor compliance and conduct ongoing research/necessary revisions to physical security project and disaster preparation plans
    • Determine need for compliance calendaring system as well as operational departmental legal calendaring system; assist with designing solution
    • Provide support for corporate governance projects
    • Provide support to GC on ethics compliance issues
    • Serve on project team for development and roll out of new document management system and document retention revision/compliance project
    • Provide compliance guidance to leadership on corporate governance, financial structures, investments and other significant organizational issues as needed
    • Conduct legal research on a variety of subjects, interpret laws, rulings and regulations and determine how they apply to Earthjustice
    • Research, present options, gain consensus, select and retain firm to monitor trademark use
    • Perform other duties as assigned

    Litigation Practice (20%):

    • Support GC and HR by playing a lead role in developing content for onboarding of new lawyers, rolling out the onboarding, auditing results of roll out and remedying any deficiencies that become apparent in the onboarding training over time
    • Develop or identify appropriate legal compliance training for all lawyers in the areas of employment, ethics and other areas where needs are identified
    • Research and provide guidance to regional offices regarding unique regional legal requirements at the request of those individual regional offices

    QUALIFICATIONS

    • J.D. with strong academic record
    • California state Bar admission and good standing
    • Minimum of 5 years of successful experience practicing law
    • Experience with cost effective management of outside legal resources
    • Experience drafting and revising contracts
    • Experience leading projects in a law firm or legal department context
    • Solid knowledge of law firm best practices
    • Contributes to the creation of a diverse, equitable and inclusive work culture that encourages and celebrates differences.
    • Demonstrates an awareness and sensitivity to the needs and concerns of individuals from diverse cultures, backgrounds and orientations.

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Litigation-based practice experience
    • Experience selecting and implementing technology used in law firms
    • Knowledge of non-profit corporate law in the state of California
    • Experience working on matters of corporate governance
    • Experience in analyzing and addressing legal ethics matter
    • Experience contributing to training and organizational learning
    • Experience with employment law
    • Experience overseeing key elements of organizational risk assessment and management
    • Experience with real estate law
    • Working knowledge of federal tax law as it applies to 501(c)(3) organizations in general and public-interest law firms in particular
    • Non-profit experience although it can be through pro bono service

    We offer a mission- and employee-focused work environment and a competitive compensation package, including excellent benefits.  Earthjustice is an equal opportunity employer and highly values diversity

    TO APPLY

    Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter here.  Closing date: May 4, 2018.

    Please reach out to jobs@earthjustice.org if you are having technical difficulties submitting your application. No phone calls, drop-ins, or hard copies.


  • Wednesday, February 07, 2018 12:49 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
    January 26, 2018
    CONTACT: Hans Ottinot, Chair; hottinot@sibfl.net
    TELEPHONE: (305) 792-1765
    Eleventh Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission

      

    ELEVENTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL NOMINATING COMMISSION ANNOUNCES VACANCY IN MIAMI-DADE COUNTY COURT

    MIAMI – The Eleventh Circuit Judicial Nominating Commission has been asked to provide Gov. Rick Scott with nominees for the vacancy in the Miami-Dade County Court created by the death of County Court Judge Shelley J. Kravitz.

    The Commission requests that interested candidates submit an application for consideration. Applicants must meet the qualifications for county court judges described in Article V, Section 8 of the Florida Constitution and Section 34.021 of the Florida Statutes.

    Applicants must deliver a complete original application by February 23, 2018, at 5:00 p.m. No copies shall be required. Any application delivered after the deadline will not be considered. Applications submitted for this vacancy and the vacancy created by the elevation of County Court Judge Spencer J. Multack will be reviewed at the same time. One application is sufficient for both vacancies. The original application should be delivered to:

    Hans Ottinot, Esq.
    City Attorney’s Office for
    the City of Sunny Isles Beach
    18070 Collins Avenue
    Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160

    In addition to the original application, applicants must e-mail a PDF version of the application to Hans Ottinot, Esq., Chair (hottinot@sibfl.net ) with personal information not subject to public disclosure—such as the social security number—redacted as permitted by Section 119.071 of the Florida Statutes. 

    Applicants are invited to provide the Chair with a one-page sheet listing the date, location and time of hearings or trials that they would want the Commissioners to observe. The one-page disclosure sheet is not mandatory and can be provided to the Chair at any time before the interview day. No information other than the date, location and time should be provided on the one-page sheet.

    Applications may be downloaded from the Florida Bar’s website at www.flabar.org and the Office of the Governor at www.flgov.com. Applicants should include a recent photograph.

    NOTE TO APPLICANTS: To assist the Judicial Nominating Commission in its review of applications, all questions must be fully and completely answered. Applications must include current contact information, including e-mail addresses, for judges, co-counsel, opposing counsel, and references to facilitate the background investigation that will be conducted by the members of the Commission.

    Members of the bench, the Bar, and the public are encouraged to contact the members of the Commission concerning applicants for judicial positions.

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  • Sunday, January 21, 2018 2:33 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    United States Magistrate Judge for the Middle District of Florida

    The Middle District of Florida will appoint a full-time magistrate judge for the Tampa division. The annual salary is $188,692.00. The term of office is eight years, beginning August 1, 2018. The magistrate judge must remain in the Tampa division.

    The Middle District uses a magistrate judge to the maximum extent permissible under 28 U.S.C § 636. The minimum qualifications for appointment as a magistrate judge are established in 28 U.S.C. § 631(b) and in Chapter 1 of the Regulations of the Judicial Conference establishing standards and procedures for the appointment and re-appointment of United States Magistrate Judges.

    Comprising lawyers and other members of the community, a Merit Selection Panel will review each application. After an interview of selected applicants, the panel will recommend to the district judges the five applicants whom the panel considers best qualified. The district court will interview the five finalists but will appoint the new magistrate judge only after a satisfactory FBI full-field investigation and a satisfactory IRS tax check of the proposed appointee. The appointee must comply with the financial disclosure requirements of the Ethics in Government Act of 1978, 5 U.S.C. app. 4 §§ 101-111.

    The required application is available at each division's office of the Clerk of the Court or at www.flmd.uscourts.gov. Each applicant must submit by mail or by hand-delivery an original, completed application and five copies, including a recent and in-depth writing sample. Also, each applicant must e-mail an electronic version of the application to resume_orl@flmd.uscourts.gov. Letters of recommendation are neither required nor encouraged. The Clerk must receive each original application, regardless of the mode of delivery, at the following address by 5:00 p.m. on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2018.

    Elizabeth Warren, Clerk of the Court
    United States District Court, Middle District of Florida
    Attn: Magistrate Judge Applications
    401 W. Central Blvd., Suite 2100
    Orlando, Florida 32801-0210

    Unless the applicant consents to additional disclosure, only the members of the selection panel, the district judges, and necessary court staff will view the applications. The selection panel's and the district judges' deliberation will remain confidential.


  • Sunday, January 21, 2018 2:01 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    The FBI – Miami Division will be hosting a Diversity Agent Recruiting (DAR) Event in February of 2018. This event is known as the DAR and represents an innovative and exciting opportunity for working professionals to learn about employment opportunities and careers with the FBI. This will be the first time that an FBI DAR event will be hosted in the South Florida area.  This event is geared towards attracting working professionals and other qualified individuals for the FBI Special Agent position. For any additional questions, the FBI – Miami Division point of contact: Special Agent Alexis Carpinteri at acarpinteri@fbi.gov or 754-703-3276.


  • Sunday, January 21, 2018 1:49 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    Hertz Corporate Counsel – Employment Law Position

    The Corporate Counsel – Employment Law position is a member of the Hertz Law Department and its Labor & Employment practice group, reporting to the Vice President, Labor & Employment.  It is an employment law specialist position located in Hertz’s Global Headquarters in Estero, Florida.  Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • Being a trusted advisor to all levels of management and HR professionals, providing practical, timely, and strategic counsel on a wide range of employment matters arising under Federal, State, and Local laws
    • Direct, hands-on management of sophisticated employment litigation matters, including class action lawsuits, as well as administrative and regulatory matters
    • Monitoring substantive developments in employment laws and incorporating that knowledge in providing prompt and actionable advice
    • Drafting and reviewing corporate policies to ensure legal compliance
    • Developing and maintaining highly productive relationships with corporate and local operating management, as well as HR staff
    • Creating and implementing field training programs and project plans
    • Negotiating and drafting employment-related agreements
    • Travel as required by litigation and other work demands

     

    The successful applicant must have:

    • A JD from an accredited law school in the top 25% of his/her class
    • Membership in good standing in the Bar of at least one State and able to become certified as Authorized House Counsel in Florida on application
    • A minimum of 4 years’ experience as a practicing employment attorney with a private law firm, corporate in-house legal department, and/or government agency
    • The ability to give solid, practical advice that can be understood and used in a fast-paced business environment
    • Superior communication and interpersonal skills, including an ability to build teams and lead through collaboration
    • A strong work ethic, proven ability to meet deadlines on multiple projects simultaneously,
    • with a very high level of autonomy
    • Ability to read, write, and fluently speak and understand the English language.
    • Excellent PC skills, including proficiency in Excel

    Mandatory Requirements

    The ideal candidate will also:

    • Have first-chair employment litigation experience
    • Be strategic and analytical, not just smart
    • Prior experience working with a unionized workforce

    Please apply here

  • Friday, December 22, 2017 12:57 PM | Nakia Ruffin (Administrator)

    The Broward County’s Office of the County Attorney seeks an experienced Paralegal for its Real Estate and Public Finance practice group.  Candidate should be extremely detail oriented, and have experience working with multiple attorneys and managing multiple files and cases in a fast-paced environment.  This position will support attorneys who practice in transactional, litigation, and administrative areas.  Candidate will be expected to learn the structure of County government and the procedures for the Board of County Commissioners and other County Boards and Agencies. 

    Please submit resume and cover letter to Jackie Jackson at jjackson@broward.org


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