Bedford law firm seeks experienced assistant

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CWD Law Incorporated is a business law firm located in Bedford. We require an administrative assistant to join our team, full time or permanent part time.

You will support a single lawyer by maintaining and organizing office and client files, assisting to maintain a continuously growing library of corporate minute books, opening new matters, making time and expense entries, preparing some draft documents and letters and certain other administrative duties such as sometimes taking phone calls and scheduling appointments. You will coordinate a portion of your workflow with a corporate paralegal in the office.

We are looking for a team player that is dependable, highly organized, detail oriented, can work independently when required and will maintain high standards of service to our clients. We reward good work.

About you:

You have either (i) an administrative assistant or legal assistant diploma from a recognized institution plus at least two years of recent uninterrupted work experience at a law firm, or (ii) more than five years of uninterrupted experience as an executive assistant or similar. You have a demonstrable strong proficiency in MS Office and a proven ability to learn new application software typically found in a law practice, such as PC Law.

About Us

We have been serving clients since 2002 with a focus on business, estate and some tax law. Our clients are in HRM and throughout other parts of Nova Scotia. Our office is in Bedford, close to all amenities, on the mezzanine level of Sunnyside Mall.

Start date can be immediate.

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Remuneration includes salary, benefits and vacation.

Send cover letter, resume, an indication of your availability and your salary expectations to apply2017@cwdlaw.ca.

Thank you to all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted by us. All submissions will be held in strict confidence.

Expiry Date: 
Friday, March 24, 2017