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Legal Secretary        Meyerson, Fox, Mancinelli & Conte, P.A.        Montvale

Mid-sized law firm seeking an experienced legal assistant for our Family Law department. Candidate must have a minimum of three years experience in Family Law. Excellent communication and organizational skills required. The applicant must be self-motivated, able to work in a fast paced law practice. Benefits include, 401(k), medical and life insurance with supplemental insurances available. Please submit resume with salary requirements.

Senior Legal Counsel        North County Transit District        Oceanside

Under direction of the General Counsel, the Senior Legal Counsel provides legal advice regarding a myriad of legal matters, including transactional matters, project development and management, environmental and storm water compliance, litigation, and regulatory compliance. The Senior Legal Counsel is responsible for environmental and stormwater permit compliance for NCTD’s real property, facilities, and right-of-way. The Senior Legal Counsel provides highly responsible and complex support to the General Counsel and performs related duties as assigned. Distinguishing Characteristics This position is distinguished by its overall responsibility to provide legal counsel and foster compliance with federal and state regulations to ensure District compliance. Additional responsibilities include evaluating and improving the effectiveness of the organization's internal controls, risk management, and governance processes. This position is expected to exercise considerable judgment and work independently and is responsible for complex legal matters, as well as providing advice to the Board of Directors, General Counsel, the Executive Director, and executive staff. This position is designated as “at-will” in accordance with the NCTD Employee Handbook. This position may be designated as the Legally Responsible Person (LRP) for reporting and compliance with NCTD’s Storm Water Multi–Application and Report Tracking System (SMARTS), reporting to the State Water Board and related permitting and other reporting. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES Essential Functions: Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following: · Provides legal evaluation and insight to support District compliance with federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations, as well as additional regulatory agency requirements, including those of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), State Water Board, Army Corps, US Fish and Wildlife and other federal and state agencies, as applicable. · Provides legal expertise, recommendations, and review of NCTD policies and procedures and other documents for legality with laws and regulations to include development and oversight of District compliance programs. · Conducts and/or participates in compliance reviews and audits, reviewing and monitoring contract compliance and performance, and reviewing state and federal grants. · Advises on matters related to the District property and liability insurance programs, and environmental planning functions to include related implementation and oversight of policies and procedures within assigned areas to ensure the implementation of best practices and compliance with applicable federal, state, local, and regulatory agency laws, and rules. · Reviews and analyzes goods and services contracts, construction contracts, leases, licenses, right-of-entry permits, easements, utility, and development agreements and related indemnity provisions. · Advises staff on contract modifications and reviews construction specifications to ensure compliance with state and federal law, NCTD policies, and applicable grant requirements. · Leads or assists General Counsel with negotiations for real estate development projects, land acquisitions, and major financial transactions, including lines of credit, lease revenue bonds, pension obligation bonds, certificates of participation, revenue anticipation notes, internal revenue audits, lease/leaseback transactions, and refunding. · Advises staff on public works, prevailing wage, labor compliance, California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and MS4/NPDES regulatory compliance and ensures environmental compliance in NCTD business transactions. · Leads or assists General Counsel in oversight of outside counsel in litigation and advisory matters. · Drafts proposed legislation and NCTD policies, ordinances, and amendments. · Studies, interprets, and applies constitutions, statutes, ordinances, court decisions, and legal opinions in connection with legal advice, suits, trials, hearings, appeals, and similar legal proceedings. · Collaborates with NCTD managers on matters where legal considerations are present or likely. Conducts investigations, provides legal oversight and guidance, makes recommendations as appropriate to avoid or minimize negative outcomes and to mitigate risk, and reduces or eliminates liability by NCTD and its staff. · Researches, recommends, and drafts preventive law strategies and legal compliance programs on a wide range of topics to help minimize litigation, third-party disputes, and other potential legal issues. · Monitors legal developments including proposed legislation and court decisions that may impact NCTD and recommends action. · Researches and analyzes legal issues which affect NCTD exposure to litigation, transactional costs and risks, construction performance and obligations, and matters with direct consequence to the receipt, expenditure, and reimbursement of funds. · Advises staff on California Brown Act and Public Records Act requirements. · Advises staff on insurance and risk management matters. · Advises staff on the review and disposition of government claims received pursuant to Government Code section 810, et. seq. · Sits as legal advisor to the Board of Directors and Board Committees as requested by General Counsel · Cultivates relationships with city attorneys, county counsel, and member agencies. · Prepares a variety of reports relating to legal activities and cases. · Performs other professional legal services as mandated by law or directed by General Counsel. · Performs other related duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS Education/Experience · Juris Doctor or equivalent from an accredited school of law and a degree or significant experience in planning, engineering, or a related field. · Minimum five (5) years of professional, post-bar civil legal experience as an attorney. · Experience working with a public agency preferred. Substitution of experience for the required education is not accepted. Licenses/Certifications · Active membership in good standing with the California State Bar required. · Possession of and the ability to maintain a California driver’s license, Class C, with less than 6 points in the preceding 36-month period, and no DUI violations in the prior seven (7) years. · Maintain compliance with the District’s policies regarding Standard of Conduct, Conflict of Interest, and Ethics. · Must be able to obtain and maintain annual access to Marine Corp Base Camp Pendleton. Required license, certifications, and registrations must be maintained throughout employment. General Requirements Knowledge of: · Principles of civil, constitutional, administrative and criminal law as it relates to NCTD. This includes government/public administration, municipal laws and ordinances, court methods and procedures, and legal authorities relative to public and private transportation entities. · State and federal laws and constitutional provisions affecting NCTD operations. · Familiarization with Federal Transit Administration and Federal Railroad Administration regulations, California Public Contract Code, California Government Code, and California Public Utilities Code is preferred. · Principles of land use, municipal law and government finance, California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). · Federal laws and regulations relating to transit grants and the principles of drafting and negotiating grant agreements, letter of no prejudice, and other federal grant documents. · Statutory and other legal authorities prescribing the development, adoption, administrative, and enforcement of congestion management plans. · Judicial proceedings at the administrative, trial, and appellate levels and rules of evidence. · Principles, methods, materials, and practices of legal research and writing. Ability to: · Analyze, appraise, and organize facts, evidence, and precedents and present such materials clearly in oral or written legal form. · Analyze and appraise a variety of legal documents and instruments. · Draft legal instruments such as resolutions, ordinances, contracts, and other pertinent documents. · Make effective court and hearing presentations, if required. · Establish and maintain effective professional relationships with NCTD personnel and city attorneys, as well as local officials and the public. · Communicate legal issues to non-attorneys. · Work successfully with diverse persons and interests both in government and with the public in general. · Draft and review legal opinions, contracts, ordinances, resolutions, leases, utility franchises, policies, legislation, and/or other legal documents; conduct related negotiations when applicable.Apply online at NCTD is an EEO Employer

Legal Secretary - Litigation        City of Miami Beach        Miami Beach

CITY OF MIAMI BEACH Invites applications for the position of:Legal Secretary - Litigation EOE/ADA/VET PREF SALARY: $26.21 - $43.73 Hourly $2,096.80 - $3,498.40 Biweekly OPENING DATE: 12/14/22 CLOSING DATE: Continuous NATURE OF WORK: This is a complex and fast-paced legal assistant position. An employee in this position is responsible for performing a variety of administrative duties in assisting three litigation attorneys with case preparation. Duties involve the performance of administrative and clerical tasks related to civil court proceedings in state and federal courts; setting up and maintaining the attorneys’ calendars; screening calls and mail; scanning; data input; and preparing appropriate legal briefs (including appellate briefs), discovery, documents, and correspondence. ILLUSTRATIVE EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES: · Assists attorney(s) with routine and detailed tasks related to civil litigation matters in state and federal courts. · Schedules hearings, depositions, phone conferences, etc. · Compiles and assembles various legal materials for attorney's use. · Receives and screens telephone calls and greets visitors; provides information and assistance; takes messages; makes appointments; refers to appropriate personnel. · Continually maintains and updates litigation case files to reflect all current case activity. · Types, edits, revises, formats, and assists in the preparation and review of a variety of legal papers and correspondence, including pleadings, discovery, memoranda, legal opinions, subpoenas, briefs (including appellate briefs), and affidavits from rough draft of notes. · Formats, issues, and proactively follows up on discovery requests and subpoenas related to litigation matters. · Provides back-up support to other Legal Assistants throughout the department. · Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: · Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university. · Three (3) years experience relevant to the major duties/essential function of the position. · Other combinations of experience and education that meet the minimum requirements may be substituted. Preference: Three (3) years experience as civil litigation legal assistant and a college degree Physical Requirement: · The work is typically performed in an office, while sitting at a desk or table while intermittently sitting, standing, or stooping. The employee occasionally lifts light objects. · Must have the use of sensory skills in order to effectively communicate and interact with other employees and the public through the use of the telephone and personal contact. · Physical capability to effectively use and operate various items of office related equipment, such as, but not limited to, personal computer, calculator, copier, and fax machine. Benefits: The City of Miami Beach offers a comprehensive benefits package, including 12 vacation, 12 sick days, 14 paid holidays (10 holidays, 3 floating holidays, and employee's birthday); partially sponsored by the City group medical (including visual) and dental insurance, life insurance. Excellent retirement plan: pre-tax employee contribution added to the City's contribution; 5 year "cliff vesting." Voluntary Benefits (fully paid by the employee, but payroll deductible): flexible spending account; 457 Deferred Compensation Plan, and Roth IRA; universal and critical life insurance, disability insurance, long-term care, and lump sum cancer policy. Also, U.S. Legal Services, tuition assistance, pre-tax payroll contributions, continuation of medical and dental coverage up to 18 months upon termination (COBRA). For a more detailed overview of the benefit package, please visit Benefits section at For all positions: · Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with elected officials, coworkers, the press the general public and members of diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds regardless of race, religion, age, sex, disability, political affiliation, gender identity or sexual orientation. · Ability to serve the public and fellow employees with honesty and integrity in full accord with the letter and spirit of all city ethics and conflicts of interest policies. Strong understanding of ethical behavior is required. · Ability to maintain regular and punctual attendance. · Performs related work as required. · Reports to work as directed during an emergency as an essential employee of the City of Miami Beach. For all technical, professional, supervisory and managerial positions: Ability to develop innovative and creative solutions to issues consistent with the City’s strategic plan. Applicants must detail any related work experience on the application or risk disqualification. It is the applicant's responsibility to update their NEOGOV profile with work experience, education, certifications and personal contact information when submitting each application, failure to do so will result in ineligibility. City of Miami Beach employees must reflect their current position and detail their work experience on the application to avoid being disqualified.Veterans Preference: Veterans Preference is awarded in accordance with Florida State Statute 295.07. If veteran's preference is being claimed, it must be indicated on the application form and proper documentation, including all forms DD-214 (either Member 2 or Member 4), as well as the final Department of Defense Disability Letter (dated within one year) must be submitted with the application. APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT: 1700 Convention Center Drive 3rd Floor Miami Beach, FL 33139

Personal Injury Legal Assistant        Miller Weisbrod        

Personal Injury Legal AssistantTop nationally recognized plaintiff’s law firm seeks legal assistant with excellent computer and typing skills to work in a fast-paced, high volume legal environment. The ideal candidate will have both superior organizational skills, responding to written discovery requests, e-filing with Courts, calendaring depositions, hearings, and docket control orders and preparing deposition, mediation, and trial notebooks. Working well under pressure and attention to detail is critical. You must be able to speak English and Spanish. The firm offers exceptional benefits, including 401(k), medical, dental, and vision. Salary Commensurate with Experience.

Legal Assistance Program Assistant        CSEA        

CSEA, one of New York State’s largest public employee unions, is seeking resumes for a Legal Assistance program Assistant in our downtown Albany, New York headquarters. Working under the direction of the Legal Department Office Manager the position works with the Program Administrators assisting with bill payments, case management, approvals/disapprovals and providing general clerical and administrative program support such as handling inquiries from arbitrators, regional attorneys, administrative agencies and staff regarding fee processing and guidelines.Starting salary is $38,000 to $40,000 with built in salary growth, excellent benefits including a generous leave package, a defined benefit pension plan and opportunity to participate in 401(k).Qualifications: High School Diploma. Demonstrated ability to: multitask in a high volume atmosphere with efficiency, accuracy and persistence; handle phone inquires providing information and efficient and accurate follow-through; familiarity with terminology related to grievances and disciplinaries in employment context; willingness to take on responsibility; and ability to work efficiently on pc applications and standard office equipment. Accuracy, precision, and attention to detail are essential.Email or send resume to Director of Human Resources, PO Box 7125, Capitol Station, Albany, NY 12224. Please note LAPA/LJ on all correspondence. Equal Opportunity Employer.

LEGAL ASSISTANT-CENTRAL NJ        Timothy J. Little, P.C.        Woodbridge

Central Jersey firm seeks legal assistant with minimum 5 years experience for active general practice with concentration in estate administration and litigation, basic estate planning, real estate, municipal court, and misc. litigation matters. Superior client, business, writing and computer skills required. Apply by email through

Legal Contract Specialist II        University of Connecticut        Farmington

Excellence, Teamwork, Leadership, and Innovation. These are the values that define UConn Health, and we are looking for team members that share these same values. Our top-rated organization is looking to add a full time Legal Contract Specialist II to our Contracts Department. If you have a background in this field, as well as a passion for patient experience, we want to hear from you. Interested applicants may apply at Career Opportunities at UConn Health: Within the Contracts Department, this position is responsible for drafting, negotiating, reviewing, and managing contracts for UConn Health. COMPREHENSIVE BENEFITS OFFERED: Industry-leading health insurance options and affordability Generous vacation and sick-time plans State retirement Tuition reimbursement for employees Quick commute access from I-84, Route 9, and surrounding areas State of the art facility and campus environments Progressive leadership and educational development programs available EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Drafts, reviews, and negotiates various types of contracts in compliance with all applicable laws and UConn Health policies and procedures, under limited supervision, including contracts for information technology (IT) and telecommunications hardware, software, maintenance, and consulting services. Serves as liaison between UConn Health departments and outside contractors during contract negotiations. Analyzes existing contracts, as needed. Assists with the interpretation of complex contract terms and conditions and/or procurement/contract-related laws, regulations, and policies. Maintains contract information in SharePoint database. Drafts correspondence. Communicates regularly with UConn Health department representatives and management about their contracts. Maintains knowledge of current trends and up to date with relevant laws, regulations, policies, and the latest technical and professional knowledge with respect to goods, services, and technology used in healthcare, academic and research environments. May also perform the following functions, as needed: provides contract-related training to department personnel; reviews contracts drafted by others, and provides feedback; handles large, complex projects; presents information to UConn Health committees, departments, and senior management; works on compliance-related initiatives; and/or assists in the development of policies and procedures related to contracts. Gains an understanding of the information relevant to each contract, such as type of goods or services being purchased; the internal customers stated needs; pricing and other business terms set by bid documents and/or negotiated by the Procurement department; Discusses any material changes with the internal customer, Procurement Department, Healthcare Compliance and Privacy Office, Office of General Counsel, and others as needed; Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIREDKNOWLEDGE, SKILL, AND ABILITY: Solid understanding of contract law; demonstrated ability to independently draft routine to moderately complex contracts; excellent oral and written communication skills; excellent interpersonal skills; excellent typing/word-processing skills; strong working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook (or similar programs); good organizational skills; attention to detail; and proven ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, develop alternate approaches to difficult problems, and facilitate solutions in a fast-paced environment. EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING: General Experience:Legal Contract Specialist IISeven (7) years of professional experience in a legal/paralegal or contract-related role, including experience drafting and negotiating contracts and/or advising internal clients about contractual terms and conditions in the context of applicable laws and regulations. Substitutions: An undergraduate degree in a related field may be substituted for two (2) years of the general experience. Or an undergraduate degree in any field accompanied by a law degree may be substituted for four (4) years of the general experience. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Experience drafting and negotiating contract language in a hospital, academic medical center, public university, or healthcare environment. Experience negotiating contracts for IT hardware, software, maintenance/support, and consulting services. Knowledge of data privacy and security laws and regulations applicable to IT contracts, particularly in a healthcare environment. Legal/paralegal experience or law degree. Knowledge of State of CT contract language requirements. Excellent interpersonal, communication (written and oral) negotiation and presentation skills. Strong sense of urgency, ownership of assignments, and customer service with focus on problem solving. Team player who collaborates with their colleagues to ensure that a project is completed successfully. Strong working knowledge of MS Word, excel and Outlook. SCHEDULE: 40-hour work week, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., 30-minute unpaid meal break. Contracts Department staff currently have a hybrid work schedule, with at least 1 day week in the office and up to 4 days a week working remotely. Why UConn Health UConn Health is a vibrant, integrated academic medical center that is entering an era of unprecedented growth in all three areas of its mission: academics, research, and clinical care. A commitment to human health and well-being has been of utmost importance to UConn Health since the founding of the University of Connecticut schools of Medicine and Dental Medicine in 1961. Based on a strong foundation of groundbreaking research, first-rate education, and quality clinical care, we have expanded our medical missions over the decades. In just over 50 years, UConn Health has evolved to encompass more research endeavors, to provide more ways to access our superior care, and to innovate both practical medicine and our methods of educating the practitioners of tomorrow. All Workforce Members are required to have or obtain a COVID-19 vaccination as a term and condition of employment or to work in any UConn Health facility unless an exemption or deferral has been approved. All Workforce Members shall be required to report their vaccine status and to provide approved documentation as proof of receipt of the vaccine. All new Workforce Members shall be required to provide proof of their vaccine status prior to the start of their employment. All records of vaccinations and approved exemptions will be maintained by Employee Health Services. Additional information regarding this policy may be found at: UConn Health is an Affirmative Action Employer, in addition to an EEO and M/F/V/PWD/PV employer. UConn Health has a strong commitment to the principle of diversity and in that spirit, seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including women, minorities, and people with disabilities. Individuals requiring special accommodations in the application process should notify Human Resources at 860-679-2426 or TDD 679-2242. Any information on positions should be addressed to: UConn Health, Department of Human Resources, P.O. Box 4035, Farmington, CT 06034-4035 or (860) 679-2426 or

Special Education Legal Coordinator – 13507        NYC Department of Education        Manhattan

Special Education Legal Coordinator – 13507 Civil Service Title: Community Coordinator Level: N/A Division/Office: Office of the General Counsel Borough: Manhattan Posting End Date: 04/30/2023 Description: Position Summary: Under general supervision of the Deputy Director of the Special Education Unit, with latitude for independent initiative and judgment, performs responsible work in the supervision and/or performance of community outreach, administrative work and tasks related to the Legal Services Special Education Initiative; performs assigned tasks to ensure the delivery and implementation of special education services. Performs related work. Reports to: Managing Attorney, Office of Legal Services – Special Education Unit Direct Reports: SEU Legal Associate staff and Consultants Key Relationships: The Special Education Legal Coordinator will work closely with the Special Education Managing Attorney and other Legal Services staff in support of special education personnel. Responsibilities: A Special Education Legal Coordinator may be tasked to work on any of the following: · Works with public advocacy groups, parents and private attorneys to collect settlement documentation to ensure timely implementation of settlement agreements. · Conducts outreach to other members of SEU, parents and their representatives, including public advocates and attorneys regarding the status of ten-day notice and/or impartial hearing cases filed. · Collects, examines and analyzes documents for claims filed by private attorneys and takes necessary steps to obtain settlement authority ; provides guidance to subordinate staff on appropriate procedures for communicating with parents and their representatives. · Prepares preliminary reports and recommendations pertaining to case management. · Supervises subordinate personnel engaged in document collection, drafting, and data entry. · Reviews various data systems and coordinates with other Legal Services staff to ensure reconciliation and accurate data entry. · Examines and analyzes documents for legal fee claims filed by private attorneys and provides guidance to subordinate staff on appropriate procedures for working with parents in preparing stipulations of settlement. · Supervises subordinate personnel engaged in the review and completion of special education due process claims submitted by parents. · Corresponds with parents and their representatives, including public advocacy groups and attorneys regarding the status of legal cases filed by parents and their representatives. · Maintains appropriate records on cases filed for impartial hearings. · Prepares and reviews reports that inform management of due process hearing issues and summarizes information related to case filings and scheduling. · Utilizes computer systems to assist in the processing of due process complaints. · Supervises and coordinates work schedules and assignments; serves as a consultant on difficult special education cases. · Examines and analyzes records and documents, case files, and legal filings in connection with various administrative proceedings involving the Department of Education special education impartial hearings; interprets internal Special Education Unit policy and procedures to subordinate staff. · Works closely with managing attorneys to maintain protocols and procedures. · Reviews case records and documentation necessary to respond to requests for impartial hearings. · Recommends settlement of special education claims. · Prepares preliminary reports and recommendations pertaining to cases. · Coordinates SEU job applicant interviews and participates on hiring panels. Qualification Requirements Minimum · A Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college and two years of experience in community work or community-centered activities in an area related to the duties described above; or · High school graduation or equivalent and six years of experience in community work or community centered activities in an area related to the duties as described above; or · Education and/or experience which is equivalent to "1" or "2" above. However, all candidates must have at least one year of experience as described in "1" above. Preferred · Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. · Ability to write clearly and concisely. · Ability to understand provisions of applicable laws and regulations. · Efficient investigative and research skills. · Supervisory experience. · Experience with database building and maintenance using Microsoft Access. · Fluency in Microsoft Office applications (e.g. Excel and Word). Salary: $53,961-$65,158 (Internal candidates who are selected for this position and who currently hold comparable or less senior positions within the DOE will not earn less than their current salary.) For more details and to apply, visit Please include a resume and cover letter with your application. NOTE: The filling of all positions is subject to budget availability and/or grant funding. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER NEW REQUIREMENT As of August 2, 2021, all NYC Department of Education new hires (who are not currently employees of the City of New York) must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination prior to beginning their employment unless they have been granted a reasonable accommodation for religious or medical reasons. More information can be found in Executive Order 75. DOE Non- Discrimination Policy It is the policy of the Department of Education of the City of New York to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to actual or perceived race, color, religion, creed, ethnicity, national origin, alienage, citizenship status, age, marital status, partnership status, disability, sexual orientation, gender (sex), military status, unemployment status, caregiver status, consumer credit history, prior record of arrest or conviction (except as permitted by law), predisposing genetic characteristics, or status as a victim of domestic violence, sexual offenses and stalking, and to maintain an environment free of harassment on any of the above-noted grounds, including sexual harassment or retaliation. For more information, please refer to the DOE Non-Discrimination Policy.

Legal Manager        Balchem        Montvale

COMPANY OVERVIEW: Balchem Corporation develops, manufactures, and markets specialty ingredients that improve and enhance the health and well-being of life on the planet by providing state-of-the-art solutions and the finest quality products for a range of industries worldwide. Our corporate headquarters is located in Montvale, New Jersey and we have a broad network of sales offices, manufacturing sites, and R&D centers, primarily located in the US and Europe. Founded in 1967, Balchem is a publicly traded company (NASDAQ – BCPC) with annual revenues of $800 million and a market cap exceeding $4.0 billion. The company consists of three business segments: Human Nutrition & Health; Animal Nutrition & Health; and Specialty Products. Balchem employs over 1,400 people worldwide who are engaged in diverse activities, committed to developing the company into global market leadership positions. Compensation package is commensurate with experience and Balchem offers generous benefits which include medical, dental, vision, 401K with company match and a hybrid work model. To learn more about our dynamic, stable, and growing company, visit POSITION SUMMARY : Perform a variety of complex legal, research, administrative and clerical duties requiring the application of specialized knowledge and understanding of technical and legal terms and procedures within the legal department primarily in the areas of Corporate and Securities (including global entity management and providing support to the General Counsel on filings), Insurance and Risk Management, Compliance, and providing assistance to the General Counsel across various matters, including assistance with legal research, as appropriate. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Corporate entity management including maintaining all corporate books for our entities; draft various resolutions in conjunction with or under the supervision of counsel; liaise with non-U.S. colleagues and outside counsel, as needed, for non-U.S. entities. Assist the General Counsel with various matters, as requested, including SEC filings, annual meeting of shareholders, and corporate insurance matters. Manage the Company's compliance program and policies, including various training programs. Perform both routine and project specific legal research, as requested. Prepare correspondence, agreements, and legal forms from rough copy, abbreviated or shorthand notes. Provide administrative support to the General Counsel, as requested, including scheduling meetings. REQUIREMENTS: Education/Experience: College diploma or equivalent preferred, plus at least five years of experience or combination of experience and specialized paralegal or legal secretarial education Experience in a corporate legal department is preferred Completion of a paralegal program is strongly preferred Experience with corporate entity maintenance, including maintenance of corporate books Experience with corporate compliance matters is a plus Ability to compose, type and assemble information in proper legal form Ability to conduct legal research based on instructions from an attorney Set up and maintain a wide variety of legal files, records and reports Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment on various matters of significance Follow complex oral and written instructions Prepare routine legal documents without the assistance of an attorney Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing Commute to our Montvale, NJ headquarters Hybrid work model (expected to be in the office three days a week) Ability to multi-task, take initiative and be adaptable Highest level of integrity, sound judgment and strong work ethic Maintain regular office hours Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work Analyze situations and adopts effective course of action Type accurately at speed necessary for successful job performance Ability to organize and prioritize various demands to meet deadlines Ability to efficiently accomplish the above duties and responsibilities Knowledge of basic legal concepts, principles, and procedures including calendaring and filing practices; legal and business terminology, spelling, grammar, and punctuation; MS Office suite including PowerPoint and Excel; operation of basic office equipment including computer, telephone, fax, typewriter, copier, and calculator Other duties as assigned WORKING CONDITIONS: Office environment Work is mostly sedentary IN Balchem is committed to a workplace culture that values and promotes diversity, inclusion, equal employment opportunities, and a work environment free of harassment and hostility. PI202613894

Intern Legal        SCA Health        Birmingham

Category: Other Overview Today, SCA Health has grown to 11,000 teammates who care for 1 million patients each year and support physician specialists holistically in many aspects of patient care. Together, our teammates create value in specialty care by aligning physicians, health plans and health systems around a common goal: delivering on the quadruple aim of high-quality outcomes and a better experience for patients and providers, all at a lower total cost of care. As part of Optum, we participate in an integrated care delivery system that enables us to support our partners as they navigate a complex healthcare environment, Only SCA Health has a dynamic group of physician-driven, specialty care businesses that allows us to customize solutions, no matter the need or challenge: We connect patients to physicians in new and differentiated ways as part of Optum and with our new Specialty Management Solutions business. We have pioneered a physician-led, multi-site model of practice solutions that restores physician agency by aligning incentives to support growth and transition to value-based care. We lead the industry in value-based payment solutions through our Global 1 bundled payment convener, that provides easy predictable billing to patients. We help physicians address everything beyond surgical procedures, including anesthesia and ancillary service lines. The new SCA Health represents who we are today and where we are going—and the growing career opportunities for YOU. Responsibilities The position of Law Clerk will assist the Legal Services team of Surgical Care Affiliates in a variety of legal matters. This candidate will be based in the Birmingham, Alabama/Pasadena, California area. The candidate will assist the Legal Services team to provide constructive and timely legal advice and support for the surgical facilities and other business of Surgical Care Affiliates. This position is a generalist role, with a focus on corporate law, contract law, mergers and acquisitions, litigation, and health care laws and regulations. The Law Clerk will perform legal research and writing assignments in support of various Legal Services practice areas and will gain exposure to the responsibilities of serving as an in-house counsel. Qualifications 2 year law student Ability to commute to the Pasadena or Birmingham SCA Health office PI202750291

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