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Are you looking for a firm that will appreciate your skills and encourage your professional growth? Powers Immigration Law maintains high standards regarding integrity, work ethic, and quality. The firm is a Charlotte, NC immigration law firm with a satellite office in Hickory, NC. We pride ourselves in our ability to provide personalized solutions to immigration problems. We are a full-service immigration law firm. We represent individuals, corporations, and non-profits throughout North Carolina. The firm focuses on family-based cases for spouse, parents, children and siblings; employment-based cases for executives, computer professionals, scientists, artists, and other highly skilled foreign workers; workforce compliance; naturalization; and waivers of inadmissibility as well as appeals. We offer an excellent work environment that fosters professional development. Successful candidates will join colleagues who are easy to work with in a congenial and supportive atmosphere.
Part-time Bilingual File Administrator/Receptionist capable of communicating in both English and Spanish. This is a part-time position with the potential to grow into a Paralegal position. The File Administrator works closely with administrative and legal staff in order to support the office.
Monday through Thursday, 11:30 am – 6:00 pm
· Maintain physical and digital case files
· Interpret and translate from English to Spanish and Spanish to English
· Answer incoming calls
· Copy and prepare filings for shipment
· Greet clients
· Assist other staff as requested
· Maintain client confidentiality
· Maintain digital and paper calendars
· Strong organization, time management and multi-tasking abilities
· Ability to work effectively with others and treat others with dignity and respect
· Must be willing to accept responsibility and show good judgment, initiative, and resourcefulness
· Fluent in Spanish (reading, writing, listening and speaking)
· Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Outlook
· Administrative or legal industry experience preferred
Powers Immigration Law does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion/creed, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, marital status, familial status, appearance, veteran status, political affiliation, or any other characteristic protected by law. This Equal Employment Opportunity policy governs all aspects of employment, including recruiting, hiring, promotion or transfer, job assignment, compensation, discipline, termination and access to benefits and training.