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Last Updated: October 19, 2021

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REAL ESTATE PARALEGAL: Shutts & Bowen, a full-service law firm serving clients locally, nationally, and internationally, is seeking a Real Estate Paralegal to join our growing Sarasota office. The perfect candidate for this position will have a great work ethic, a positive and collegial attitude and a proactive approach for our busy real estate practice. This position requires strong transactional experience handling commercial real estate work and effective oral and written communication skills needed to draft and proofread correspondence, real estate transaction documentation and other legal documents. The ideal candidate for this position will have an eye for detail, strong organizational skills, and a thorough understanding of real estate transactions. Other desirable attributes are knowledge of law firm and practice specific processes and procedures, information technology systems, research tools. We are offering the chosen candidate the opportunity to work in a stable, friendly and supportive environment. For detailed information about the position, please visit the Shutts career page at: (Staff - Paralegal (Commercial Real Estate) - Sarasota: Shutts & Bowen LLP). Please submit your cover letter and resume through the link on that page or email your cover letter and resume directly to: LVoci@shutts.com. [Posted: October 19, 2021]

LEGAL ASSISTANT: An established Sarasota law firm has an immediate opening for a full-time legal assistant for a busy real estate department. Must have excellent written and phone communication skills. Must be able to work both independently and as part of a team. Must be detail oriented. Proficiency in Microsoft Office required. Some legal experience is preferred. Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include: 401(k), dental insurance, flexible spending account, health insurance, health savings account, life insurance, paid time off, vision insurance. Send resumes to: resumes@lutzbobo.com. [Posted: October 13, 2021]

PROFESSIONAL LICENSING PARALEGAL: Chapman Law Group, a growing multi-state health care law firm has an immediate opening for a qualified professional licensing paralegal with experience working with the State of Florida regulatory and licensing agencies, including AHCA, DOAH, and Florida’s professional licensing boards. The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of regulatory requirements applicable to AHCA licensed health care providers and entities in the State of Florida. You must have prior experience meeting requisite yearly billable hours. Must have experience with downloading, organizing, summarizing discovery, and using applications such as Dropbox. Must have AHCA and DOAH e-filing experience. Candidate must also have prior research experience using LexisNexis and/or Westlaw and have more than a basic knowledge for fact finding and application of law. Candidate will have prior experience providing meaningful assistance to attorneys with responses to interrogatories, ACHA investigations and administrative complaints. The ideal candidate will have experience assisting attorneys with witness interviews, deposition, and trial preparation. Must have practical knowledge of HIPAA regulations and handling PHI. Ideal candidate will have prior experience conducting criminal background and professional license checks. You must be able to communicate clearly, concisely and in a professional and courteous manner with clients, colleagues, administrative bodies, regulatory agencies, expert witnesses, and others. Candidate must have advanced proficiency in: Outlook, Word, Adobe, Foxit, PowerPoint, Excel, billing software, preferably Timeslips, and capable of proper documentation and organization of client files. Must be independent, able to work under pressure, and a team player. We are looking for someone who comes to work every day curious, dedicated, and eager to zealously advocate for each of our clients. Send resumes to Kristin Teague at: kteague@chapmanlawgroup.com. Phone: (248) 644-6326. [Posted: September 28, 2021]


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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II (HR): Lee County. This is responsible work performing a variety of receptionist, administrative, and human resources duties in the Human Resources department for the Administrative Office of the Courts in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit. The Administrative Assistant II is the first point of contact for all Human Resources visitors and telephone calls and is responsible for greeting and assisting all customers. The Administrative Assistant II works independently and as a team member, and must exercise discretion in dealing with confidential, sensitive, and detailed information. Work is performed under limited supervision. A variety of working relationships are established with the state courts system personnel, judges and non-judicial officers, vendors, judicial assistants, and the general public. For further information and to apply, please visit www.ca.cjis20.org. and click About the Court/Career Opportunities/Current Openings by the closing date of 10/28/2021 11:59PM. [Posted: October 19, 2021]

PROGRAM SPECIALIST (DOMESTIC VIOLENCE UNIT): Lee County: This is a professional and highly responsible Case Management position within the Administrative Office of the Courts, Domestic Violence Unit. Work involves the use of Differentiated Case Management techniques in Domestic Violence case types to facilitate and coordinate case progression and disposition. The Court Program Specialist works closely with the Judiciary, Court and community programs, the Clerk of Courts, and other related agencies as well as the general public. Work is performed under the supervision of the Domestic Violence Program Coordinator. For further information and to apply, please visit www.ca.cjis20.org. and click About the Court/Career Opportunities/Current Openings by the closing date of 10/26/2021 11:59PM. [Posted: October 19, 2021]

INTAKE SPECIALIST I (FAMILY COURT SERVICES): Lee County: This is a paraprofessional and highly responsible intake position within Family Court Services' Self-Help Program. The Intake Specialist I is responsible for providing procedural information, documents and forms related to family and hands-on assistance to self-represented litigants. This position is required to conduct interviews and assist parties with the preparation and completion of family law forms by explaining process and procedures, and notarizing family court documents. The Intake Specialist I position is responsible for performing case screenings, case intake and case coordination for family law cases. Work involves the use of Unified Family Court practices and the support of case management techniques to promote case progression and case disposition. The Intake Specialist I position is required to handle a high volume of public and professional inquiries, manage intake appointments, schedule case events and use/manage a multi-line telephone system. Work is performed in a team setting, as well as on an individual basis and is performed under the supervision of the Family Court Services Program Coordinator and the Family/Civil Division Director. For further information and to apply, please visit www.ca.cjis20.org. and click About the Court/Career Opportunities/Current Openings by the closing date of 10/22/2021 11:59PM. [Posted: October 19, 2021]

OPS COURT PROGRAM SPECIALIST I: Lee & Glades Counties: The Criminal Division supports the court by providing comprehensive case management services starting with intake and investigation, supervision and case management, to supporting problem solving courts. The position of Court Program Specialist provides support to the Criminal Division and the court. The position responsibilities are temporary in order to assist with operational needs as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic impact. This is an OPS position, using non-reoccurring funds, with benefits available. This position is funded through January of 2022 and may or may not be extended. The Court Program Specialist is a professional and highly responsible position assigned to assist in performing a variety of duties. The Court Program Specialist is expected to monitor and control the progress of cases. The incumbent must exercise independent judgment and initiative within their scope of authority. Work is performed in accordance with established policies and procedures. Under the direction of the Criminal Division Director, the Court Program Specialist will be required to make prompt notifications, track specific data, be able to operate a computer and online applications, and perform other duties as required. For further information and to apply, please visit www.ca.cjis20.org. and click About the Court/Career Opportunities/Current Openings by the closing date of 10/22/2021 11:59PM. [Posted: October 19, 2021]


DIGITAL COURT REPORTER: Lee & Collier Counties: The position of Digital Court Reporter performs responsible work throughout the five counties of the circuit related to capturing and maintaining a verbatim record of court proceedings. This position operates electronic recording and transcribing systems to record, tag, and transcribe court proceedings. The position is responsible for proper archiving and accessing of an electronic copy of a court proceeding. This position also performs duties related to maintaining and storing court recordings, responding to requests for court recordings, transcription services, and other related duties, as assigned, and as such, excellent operational knowledge of a personal computer and Microsoft Office products is required. The position is required to maintain a professional demeanor at all times and to establish effective working relationships with co-workers, judges, court personnel, Offices of the Clerks of the Court, Office of the State Attorney, Public Defender's Office, other state agencies, members of the bar, and the general public. Work is performed under the direction of the Court Reporting Services Manager. For further information and to apply, please visit www.ca.cjis20.org. and click About the Court/Career Opportunities/Current Openings. [Posted: October 19, 2021]


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PARALEGAL OPPORTUNITIES: Infinity Talent Solutions list of job opportunities for October 2021. [Posted: October 19, 2021].

PARALEGAL: Cambridge Management, Inc. specializes in the management of quality affordable housing communities. We currently manage more than 15,900 apartment homes in California, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Washington. We attribute our success to the skill, versatility, and integrity of our front-line staff. If you'd like to join a growing company where opportunities abound for talented individuals- apply today! We seeking a Paralegal to join our growing team. Our Florida Paralegal will be a key support member of the CMI Corporate Legal Department and will primarily support our East Coast properties. This ideal candidate supports the company in all facets of daily operations at the corporate, regional and property level. This role is crucial in keeping up with litigation, escalating highly sensitive legal matters, maintaining corporate and legal documents, calendaring important deadlines, diligently assisting in the federal and local requirements in eviction procedures, assisting with compliance-related filings and collaborating with outside counsel. In this position, the paralegal will assist with all phases of affordable housing related property management matters. There is a need for a strong background and working knowledge of multi-state statutory procedures. The successful candidate will be a strong problem solver, experience with a high-volume caseload, highly organized, and able to work well without extensive supervision. If Interested please apply through our website at www.cambridgemgmt.net/ or send resumes to: Recruiting@CMIWEb.com. [Posted: October 19, 2021]


REMOTE SENIOR COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE PARALEGAL (Contract/Remote): The Senior Commercial Real Estate Paralegal for Agile Legal/Virtual Paralegal Services (VPS) has primary responsibility for overseeing, maintaining, improving, and ensuring client satisfaction with the delivery of related Commercial Real Estate transactions and Secured Lending. The Senior Commercial Real Estate Paralegal will manage existing corporate and law firm client’s relationships by engaging clients, overseeing the delivery and completion of projects, fielding client inquiries, and resolving client concerns. This role will also look for ways to improve the client experience and grow our real estate services portfolio. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Perform due diligence for—and coordinate transactions and work with team to close—commercial real estate acquisitions and dispositions, with and without loans. Preparing and maintaining transaction checklists. Review title commitments, recorded documents, and surveys, and help generate and respond to title and survey objections. Draft conveyancing, loan, and closing documents for review and revision by supervising attorney. Track transaction tasks, parties, and key dates, and communicate progress to team as issues and tasks are resolved. Follow up on the typical host of post-closing matters. Coordinate recordation of deeds, deeds of trust/mortgages, amendments, subdivision maps, lot line adjustments, easements, covenants, and similar documents. Draft commercial lease agreements, lease abstracts, purchase and sale agreements, reciprocal easement agreements, and contractor/service agreements for review and revision by supervising attorney. Assist with entity formations, draft corporate resolutions, and update minute books and other corporate governance materials. Conduct basic legal and business research. Carry out related responsibilities as company needs dictate. SKILLS NEEDED Self-motivation. Strong customer service and client relations. Strong project management. Solid computer skills and experience with MS Office products. Adobe Acrobat Pro. Attention to detail and thinking ahead. Pride and integrity in your work product. Solution-oriented. Professionalism and organization skills. Experience with one or more lease management platforms. JOB QUALIFICATIONS Minimum: Bachelor’s Degree. Preferred: Juris Doctor or Paralegal’s Certificate. Contact Paul J. Hagan, Interim Director of Team Member Relationships at Agile Legal, Virtual Paralegal Services at: paul.hagan@agilelegal.com or (949) 200-7437. [Posted: September 8, 2021]


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