Enclipse Corp./Pasadena, CA
Employment Law Paralegal
The Paralegal will provide administrative support to the Investigations Unit within Employee Relations Department, the Department's external and internal clients.
Reviews and drafts correspondence, reports, and other documents based on research of applicable policies, laws and regulations in consultation with Investigations Specialists and/or Managers.
Researches applicable state and federal statutes and regulations, case law and regulatory agency rulings, organization policies in conjunction with facts. Reviews applicable polices to determine compliance requirements.
Prepares investigations plans.
Compiles, reviews, and summarizes data and facts relating to investigations and other information as needed.
Analyzes and drafts responses to internal complaints, agency charges and investigation related discovery requests.
Obtains investigation documents and information needed.
Maintains computerized file database; tracks and monitors status of investigations and documents for investigations; notifies investigators of changes and maintains case calendar.
Responds to inquiries regarding status of investigations.
Conducts, under direction of Investigations Unit Specialists and Managers, party and witness interviews.
Assists with the organization of documents and files. Coordinates investigation related activities for Investigations Specialists and Managers with internal staff, Legal Department, external counsel and other external contacts.
Provides guidance to junior paralegal staff.
Performs such other duties as may be required.
IF CANDIDATES DO NOT HAVE A BACHELORS' DEGREE (MUST HAVE 4 YEARS OF EXP. IN A RELATED FIELD IN LIEU OF THE DEGREE) PLUS 3 ADDITIONAL YEARS OF RELATED EXP PER THE REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS FOR A TOTAL OF 7 YEARS EXP.
Bachelors degree strongly preferred.
Minimum three (3) years of related legal experience to include successful completion of a paralegal or legal assistant training program required or completion of Juris Doctorate program.
Experience in employment law issues.
Demonstrated ability to accept individual responsibility.
Demonstrated eagerness to learn new things and a positive attitude toward new challenges.
Demonstrated self-starter with a high degree of motivation.
Ability to work overtime when needed
Must be able to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment.
Demonstrated knowledge of applicable laws and regulations within practice area.
Full use and understanding of standard principles, theories, concepts and techniques pertinent to the paralegal field.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint & Access).
May have to travel to local offices for meetings occasionally
Employment Type: Contract
Duration: 1 year
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Employment Law Paralegal - 1 year contract / Enclipse Corp. / Pasadena, CA
Enclipse Corp./Pasadena, CA