LSF717011

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT – BILINGUAL (ENGLISH/SPANISH)

Legal

To $80K Starting + Package

San Francisco, CA

Financial District

Education Requirements: High School or equivalent

Job Description:


Boutique downtown San Francisco law firm has an opening for a full-time (40 hours), non-exempt Executive Assistant for an extremely busy law partner.   Bilingual (English/Spanish) is required.

Candidate for the Executive Assistant position must have 3+ years of recent experience as an Executive Assistant or Paralegal experience in estate planning, trust administration and/or probate, advanced proficiency with MS Word and a proactive work ethic.  Hours are M-F 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to a full range of secretarial and administrative tasks including creating, revising and formatting legal documents, spreadsheets and presentations using the Firm's software, document comparison and proofreading. Answering phones, entering attorney time, managing calendars, travel arrangements and expense reimbursements along with other general secretarial duties and projects as assigned.

Competitive benefits package includes: Medical, dental and vision insurance, 401k and Profit Sharing Plans, Commuter Checks, PTO and 9 paid holidays.

Job Requirements:


 
1.         3+ years recent experience.
2.         Bilingual (English/Spanish).
3.         California Notary Public (preferred, but not required).
4.         Solid command of the English language including excellent spelling, grammar, punctuation, form and style.
5.         Must be well organized and very detail oriented.
6.         Demonstrate the ability to communicate clearly and work well in a team environment.
7.         Proficiency in MS Office, Outlook, Adobe. Experience in Amicus, AbacusLaw or other client database management system preferred.
8.         Typing speed 65 WPM minimum.
 

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