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  • 09/19/2019 3:29 PM | WSPA (Administrator)


    • Smith Freed Eberhard is seeking a litigation paralegal to join our Seattle office in our Commercial Litigation and Personal Lines practice areas. Smith Freed Eberhard is a tier one litigation defense firm that specializes in multiple practice areas. Attorneys at the firm are consistently recognized by Martindale Hubbell,Best Lawyers, and Super Lawyersas being top-ranked trial lawyers. To find out more information about the firm, please visit our website at www.smithfreed.com.

      Our Culture

      Smith Freed Eberhard offers a fun, professional work environment with flexibility in work schedules. Collaboration between partners, associates, paralegals and staff is vital to providing our clients with superior service.  Employees have the ability to participate in making the community a better place with community service and community fundraising opportunities Smith Freed Eberhard provides the tools you need to succeed in your career. 

      Position Summary

      As a litigation paralegal for Smith Freed Eberhard you will be responsible for the review and analysis of claim materials and client records, conducting background investigations, obtaining public records through multiple municipalities.  In addition, you will assist with drafting discovery and pleadings for attorney review.  

      As cases progress, you will further assist the attorneys in identifying key exhibits for depositions, mediations, arbitration and/or trial. The creation of detailed summaries, notebooks for attorney use, exhibits, conducting various research projects is a part of this position. In addition, you will be working with various experts (medical, accident reconstruction, engineering, etc.) to obtain the necessary records for review, scheduling of IMEs or site visits, participating in teleconferences and verifying their credentials prior to their engagement. 

      Primary Responsibilities

    • Ability to multi-task, prioritize assignments, and manage multiple deadlines
    • Monitor and manage litigation files, including tracking deadlines
    • Ability to move cases forward with little supervision
    • Draft discovery and pleadings for attorney review
    • Identify records responsive to discovery in addition to identifying missing records for furtherance of case investigation
    • Review and analyze medical records and medical bills to create medical chronologies and medical billing summaries
    • Perform in-depth research and investigation for case development
    • Assist attorneys with exhibits, creation of notebooks for attorney reference, preparation of materials for depositions, mediation, arbitration and/or trial
    • Identify and understand each carrier-specific billing guideline to ensure work is being performed within those guidelines
    • Requirements

      The ideal candidate for this position is an experienced litigation paralegal who has demonstrated the ability to handle complex assignments, work independently, possesses excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills. The ability to multitask, while maintaining a high level of detail and quality of work is desired.  Familiarity with the insurance industry is a plus. Experience in preparing discovery, pleadings, and motions for attorney review for both Oregon and Washington is desired.

    • Experience with personal injury cases; specifically the review and analysis of medical records, creation of medical chronologies, review of medical billing and creation of medical billing summaries is greatly preferred.
    • Experience and knowledge of Washington expert discovery Rules is desired.
    • Microsoft office, including Excel, Word, and Adobe Acrobat is required. 
    • Prior experience with billing time and maintaining a set billable requirement are also key components for this position. 
    • Core Competencies

      • Fosters Teamwork – provides assistance, information and/or support to others. Listens and responds constructively to other team members and their ideas. 
      • Manages Change – recognizes inefficiencies and plans, develops, and executes change. 
      • Effective Communication – expresses ideas clearly and concisely through verbal and written communications. Uses proper grammar and punctuation. 
      • Analytical Thinker - The ability to tackle a problem by using a logical, systematic approach.
      • Initiative: Identifying what needs to be done and doing it before being asked or before the situation requires it.
      • Flexibility - Openness to different and new ways of doing things; willingness to modify one’s preferred way of doing things.

      Compensation and Benefits

    • Compensation commensurate with education and experience 
    • A structured paralegal bonus program
    • Encouragement of continued paralegal education, inclusive of certifying and advanced certifying opportunities
    • Well rounded benefits package including Health, Dental, FSA, STD, LTD, Life Insurance, 401k, and profit sharing 
    • Mass transit reimbursement
    • Flexible work schedule 
    • Casual work environment
    • Opportunity to work as part of a cohesive team
    • On the go billing 
    • Private office

    Smith Freed Eberhard is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer encouraging diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, disability, genetic information, citizenship status, military service obligations or other category protected by applicable federal, state or local law.

  • 09/03/2019 2:57 PM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Todd A. Bowers & Associates is offering an opportunity to join a high performing insurance staff counsel for State Farm Insurance Companies. Join a community of employees that are challenged, guided, and empowered.

    Todd A. Bowers & Associates, insurance staff counsel for State Farm insurance companies, is seeking a paralegal to join the Seattle, WAoffice. We hire the best employees to serve our customers, making us a leader in the insurance and financial services industry. Responsibilities will include but are not limited to supporting two attorneys with discovery, medical record collection, witness disclosure, expert witness preparation, and pre-trial motions in first and third party insurance defense cases. The most qualified candidates will have at least 2 years of civil litigation experience in personal injury cases, the ability to work independently, prioritize workload, multi-task in a fast paced environment, and communicate effectively.
    We Are Looking for Candidates With

    • Paralegal certificate or paralegal education
    • Civil Litigation experience, preferably Insurance Defense
    • Familiarity with Washington Civil Rules of Procedure and Rules of Evidence
    • Background in preparing draft discovery responses, preparing billing summaries, expert retention, and filing motions/pleadings
    • Strong computer skills and experience working in an electronic/digital environment in particular Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Adobe Acrobat

    What You Can Expect

    • Next Steps: Competitive candidates maybe invited to participate the interview process.
    • Applicants are required to be eligible to lawfully work in the U.S. immediately; employer will not sponsor applicants for U.S. work opportunity.

    What's In It For You

    • Competitive Benefits, Pay and Bonus Potential
    • Volunteer opportunities: Get involved and give back to the community!
    • Tuition Reimbursement: We support opportunities for you to learn and grow!
    • A Learning Culture: Mentoring, Professional Designations, Employee Development, and more!
    • 401k Plan and FULLY FUNDED PENSION: Yes, both. This is kind of a BIG deal!
    • We embrace Diversity and Inclusion: We are one team and it is simply the right thing to do!
    • Learn more about our benefits at State Farm Careers!

    We are not just offering a job but a meaningful career! We're here to help life go right®
    Come join our passionate team!


    Employment Type:
    Regular Full-Time


    Not Required

    Apply Here: 


  • 08/22/2019 11:14 AM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Perkins Coie LLP's nationally-recognized Patent Litigation group is seeking a highly-motivated Paralegal to join the Seattle office. This position will assist throughout the firm with coordinating and supporting all phases of patent litigation matters. The individual in this role must possess extensive experience in, and a thorough understanding of all aspects of litigation case support including, but not limited to, document and data preservation, collection, processing, review, production, and document/information management systems and databases. Must demonstrate the ability to conduct legal research and complex factual investigations. This role manages discovery, prepares and schedules depositions, as well as the coordination of pretrial preparation and trial support, and all other case management duties assigned by attorneys.

    Essential Functions:
    Understand the substantive, technical and legal issues of case and contribute meaningfully to the overall case strategy. Make relevancy calls and decisions about what information/documents are needed for your case. Contribute to accurate reporting to your case team regarding the status of your discovery efforts and provide meaningful suggestions/solutions to the team. 

    Must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communications and interpersonal skills to effectively interface with team members, staff, and employees at all management levels within the firm and within our clients’ organizations.

    Will possess a solid understanding of litigation and the rules of civil procedure, including key a solid understanding of the Court’s and Judges rules and standing orders. Will provide formal and informal training, coaching, and mentorship to team members, new or less-tenured paralegals, and E-Discovery Services & Strategy team members.

    Exercise good judgment in preparing timely and accurate case budgets, including budget forecasting. Exercise excellent judgment and initiative, and possess strong leadership, project management, and problem-solving skills to successfully drive projects to completion.

    Keep accurate time records and comply with clients’ billing requirements. Coordinate and attend client conferences, court hearings, and trials as requested by the attorneys.

    Manage source code reviews with an understanding of the client’s source code policies and procedures for handling their code.  Maintain compliance with all discovery orders, and the protective order as they relate to source code productions. 

    Education & Experience: A bachelor’s degree and a minimum of seven to ten years of paralegal experience is required.  Litigation experience working with all levels of management and staff of Fortune 100 companies is preferred. Paralegal certificate is preferred.  Experience in patent litigation and experience with the inter-workings of the U. S. Patent Office is a plus, but not required.  Experience with automated litigation support software is required.

    Apply herehttps://www.perkinscoie.com/en/about-us/careers/professional-staff/job-listings/paralegal-job-s20190711-seattle-wa.html

  • 08/19/2019 2:18 PM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Announcing a recruitment for: Open: August 19, 2019 


    First Application Review will occur on August 30, 2019 The recruitment is open until filled.
    How to Apply – See page 2 

    The Clark County Law Library is created by RCW 27.24 and under that statute provides a professional legal collection for judges, prosecutors, other lawyers and county and state officials. The Library is a unique entity, created by state statute but located in the county. We are governed by a five-member board of trustees, and the bulk of our revenue comes from our statutory share of filing fees. Use of the Law Library is available at no cost to the public during our open hours. The general public is the largest user of the Law Library, asking roughly 90% of the reference questions. The Library is open from 9-3 M-F, with the exception of opening at 9:30 on Tuesday. Work hours are 6.5 hours per day, and employees work through lunch pursuant to an agreement, which allows the Library to be open continuously for 6 hours a day. 

    THE JOB 

    Applications will be accepted until an adequate number of applications are received or the position is filled. This recruitment may be closed at any time after the first review date. 

    The Law Library is managed by a Board of Trustees, according to RCW 27.24. The Assistant Law Librarian reports to the Law Librarian and assists part-time in the operation of the Law Library. This is not a typical “librarian” position and does not require a library degree. Rather, legal background and knowledge is necessary. 

    The work schedule is 2 days per week for a total of 13 hours per week and the scheduled days are currently Tuesday and Wednesday, but those days are open to negotiation. The ability to work extra days as needed is a plus as this position normally covers time off for the Law Librarian. The position is eligible for paid time off on a prorated basis. The Law Librarian works 3 days per week and overlaps with the Assistant Law Librarian one day per month, so the ability to work alone and be self-directed while asking appropriate questions is necessary. 

    The position will primarily advise attorneys and the public in use of the Law Library; conduct reference interviews with patrons to learn what materials might be helpful for them to use; provide information on availability, location and use of legal materials and library equipment; provide excellent customer service while avoiding giving legal advice and within the confines of library rules; monitor and control circulation of library materials; send overdue notices and take other appropriate action to retrieve library materials; share and receive material through interlibrary loan; track circulation and use statistics; process mail; check in materials; maintain and update materials; control lending of materials; shelve all materials; and keep online catalog current. 

    In addition the incumbent may also help with other projects and duties as assigned. Examples include but are not limited to networking with other agencies, preparing fliers and brochures, assisting with shifting the collection; placing notices in the bar newsletter; preparing internal reference and search tools to help patrons find materials; and assisting the Law Librarian in the legislative process to advance the interests of the county law libraries as assigned. 

    The use of office software including Word, Excel, and Outlook is daily, as well as use of both free and fee-based legal and general internet sources. Multitasking skills and the ability to tolerate numerous interruptions while still maintaining a high level of attention to detail are required. The incumbent must be able to act as a resource for public librarians on legal reference matters as well as interact with the Clark County jail regarding legal research questions from inmates. Highly accurate cash handling skills also required. The ability to sit, stand, climb stools, reach, squat, and occasionally lift/carry boxes up to 50 pounds for short distances is required. 


    Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. 

    A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be: 

    • Increasingly responsible experience in the legal field. 
    • Experience in professional library work. 
    • Graduate level training in library science or law (i.e., law or library degree). 
    • Paralegal training and experience.

    Candidates must have:

    • Demonstrable knowledge about legal procedures, terminology, and research methodology. 
    • Must be able to pass a background check. 
    • Strong skills with use of search engines. 

    The ideal candidate will also have the following: 

    • Familiarity with either Lexis or Westlaw is preferred. 
    • At least three years of experience in a legal setting is preferred. 
    • Must have a genuine desire to work part-time. 
    • Flexibility with scheduling is a plus. 
    • A law degree and/or library degree with legal experience is strongly preferred. 

    Knowledge of: principles and practices of general library administration and reference techniques; legal terminology, procedures, and both print and online research; principles and practices of record keeping and reporting. 

    Ability to: work well with a varied patron base consisting of judges, attorneys, students, and pro se patrons, some of whom may be angry, poorly educated, or have difficulty with English; prioritize and multitask to accomplish assigned work with high level of accuracy; be self-motivated; communicate clearly and regularly with Law Librarian to allow a seamless work environment where both people work part-time; follow up on projects that are awaiting input from others; understand the meaning of legal advice and avoid providing it; understand the legal situations and procedures patrons face and provide appropriate material to them; type at a speed of at least 45 wpm; use Windows computers including Word and Excel; effectively use both print and online legal resources; work alone while following library rules and ask questions as needed. 


    Salary range is $23.00 to $30.83 per hour. (Applicants can expect to be hired at the lower end of the salary range, depending on qualifications.) 


    Application Review – Applicants must send a resume and cover letter to maria.sosnowski@clark.wa.gov indicating past experience, knowledge, and education/training to meet the requirements of the job. Incomplete applications will not pass the review. Candidates will be evaluated based on the content of their materials and those deemed most qualified will be invited to participate in the remainder of the selection process. 

    Oral Interview(s) – The interview(s) will be job related and may include, but not be limited to, the qualifications outlined in the job announcement. Candidates deemed most qualified will be invited to participate in the remainder of the selection process, which may include a job shadow interview. 

    Employment References will be conducted for the final candidates, including verification of education and employment. Finalist must be able to pass a background check. 

    NOTE: This announcement is intended as a general descriptive recruitment guide and is subject to change. It does not constitute either an expressed or implied contract 


    Applicants must send a resume and cover letter to maria.sosnowski@clark.wa.govindicating past experience, knowledge, and education/training to meet the requirements of the job. All applications will be acknowledged – if you don’t get a response your application was not received. Application materials are accepted until the position is filled. Please read the Job Posting material thoroughly to determine application requirements. 

    Contact information for questions about the application process: 

    Clark County Law Library
    Phone: (360) 397-2268 Relay (800) 833-6388 E-MAIL MARIA.SOSNOWSKI@CLARK.WA.GOV 

    Contact information for Clark County Board of Law Library Trustees: Email: Maria.sosnowski@clark.wa.gov Equal Opportunity Employer 

    If you are in need of ADA/Section 504 assistance for accommodations, please contact Human Resources at (360) 397-2456; Relay (800) 833-6388. 

  • 08/09/2019 10:21 AM | WSPA (Administrator)


    Seattle, WA

    Our Seattle office has an opportunity for an experienced Paralegal to join the firm’s expanding practice.

    Summary of Position:

    The Paralegal works under the direction of attorneys to whom the Paralegal is assigned. This position researches law, investigates facts, and prepares documents to assist attorneys. Independently researches and analyzes law sources such as statutes, recorded judicial decisions, legal articles, treaties, constitutions, and legal codes to prepare legal documents, such as briefs, pleadings, appeals for review, approval, and use by attorney.

    Essential Functions:

    These are the essential functions of the position:

    • Researches law, investigates facts, and independently prepares documents to assist attorneys with matters.

    • Summarizes complex legal documents

    • Organizes and indexes complex case files

    • Determines and calendars deadlines

    • Performs wide variety of legal research and data compilation, with little or no


    • Files pleadings with court clerk

    • Prepares reports, correspondence, declarations and complaints

    • Drafts a wide variety of legal documents

    • Prepares affidavits or documents and maintains document file

    • Prepares for mediations and trials

    • Assists Attorney at trial and in preparation for depositions

    • Communicates with witnesses and experts

    • Scheduling

    • Enters billing and expense data into Firm system in a timely manner


    • 6+ years of paralegal experience working in a litigation practice.

    • Paralegal certification / degree from accredited college or university.

    • In-depth knowledge of legal terminology and principles.

    • Proficient in all Microsoft Office (including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)

      Lexis-Nexis, WestLaw, Live Note, Concordance, Case Map, Docketing, Document Management System, expense and billing systems.

      We are not working with outside recruiters for this position.


    Ogletree Deakins offers a robust suite of benefits for our Staff including: Paid Time Off, Sick Time, a 401(k) matching program, Profit Sharing, 9 Paid Holidays, affordable Health and Life Insurance including Dental & Vision coverage, Health Savings Account (HSA)/Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) to help offset the cost of dependent care and/or health care expenses, Teladoc (24/7 access to a doctor by phone or online video), Tuition Reimbursement and an EAP.


    To apply for this position, please submit your application through the blue APPLY HERE button on the bottom of the page. If you have any questions about this opportunity or want to follow up on your application, please reach out to Brooklyn Butler atbrooklyn.butler@ogletree.com with “SEATTLE PARALEGAL” in the subject line.

    To keep up to date with all of our opportunities, follow us on Twitter @JobsAtOgletree


  • 08/07/2019 4:18 PM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Washington State Supreme Court  Olympia, Washington



    Justice Steven González is seeking a full-time Judicial Administrative Assistant (JAA).  Justice González’s JAA works on a team with Justice González’s law clerks and externs to assist Justice González in his work on cases, court committees, and in the community. 

    The JAA is the point person for communications and information flow between Justice González and the public, other Justices and their staff, staff in other court departments, and the Administrative Office of the Courts. The JAA assembles the materials Justice González needs for case work, meetings, and presentations; monitors deadlines; and proofreads, cite checks, and prepares all of his opinions for circulation and publication.

    The duties and responsibilities of this position include managing Justice González’s busy schedule; closely monitoring and promptly responding to voluminous e-mails; organizing and maintaining files; coordinating events such as tours; and supervising judicial externs.  The JAA also helps with Justice González’s expense reports, tracks his chambers budget, and maintains information related to expenditures by other organizations that he is required to disclose annually.

    In addition to administrative work, a significant part of the JAA’s time may be spent helping with the substantive work itself. Time permitting, the JAA may, in collaboration with the law clerks, take on research and writing projects relating to cases.  The ideal candidate will actively participate in Justice González’s work on the Technology Committee and the Interpreter Commission.

    Requirements, Qualifications, and Credentials

    A Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration, public administration, or closely related field; AND one year experience as a legal secretary or secretary in a court environment. 


    Five years of progressively responsible administrative experience, four years of which mustbe in a legal or court related environment.

    (Comparable education can be substituted for experience.)

    The Preferred Candidate Will Have

    Master’s degree or J.D. 

    • Knowledge of Microsoft Office software, cloud storage, and common office equipment
    • Knowledge of court systems,legal source materials, and the Bluebook preferred
    • Experience working with people of diverse backgrounds and working on a team
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality and exercise good judgment 
    • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously, manage time, and meet deadlines


    • $57,948 to $77,952 annually (Range 59) 
    • Medical/Dental, Life Insurance, and Long Term Disability Insurance programs
    • Paid Vacation and Sick Leave
    • State Retirement Plan


    Position is open until filled. Please email cover letter, resume, and unofficial transcript to Clerkship.Gonzalez@courts.wa.gov.

    The Supreme Court is committed to the practice of equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, pregnancy, race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, creed, physical, mental or sensory disability (actual or perceived), use of a service animal, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran or military status, age, HIV or Hepatitis C status, or any other basis protected by federal or state law. Persons of disability needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this announcement in an alternative format, please contact Colleen Clark, AOC Human Resource Office, at (360) 704-4143 or fax (360) 586-4409, or via email to employment@courts.wa.gov.

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  • 07/19/2019 3:36 PM | WSPA (Administrator)


    $24.28 - $28.26 Hourly
    Seattle Justice Center, 600 5thAve., Seattle, Washington

    Classified Civil Service, Regular, Full-Time Day
    Seattle Municipal Court
    Teamsters, Local 763 - Municipal Court
    08/06/19 04:00 PM Pacific Time


    The City of Seattle's Municipal Court (SMC) is one of the highest volume Courts of Limited Jurisdiction in the state with 7 elected Judges, 6 appointed Magistrates, and over 200 staff. The Court adjudicates misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor crimes, infractions, and civil violations. SMC is a highly innovative and progressive court with a community-based approach to judicial administration. For more information, visit us online:http://www.seattle.gov/courts/

    Court Clerks work within Judicial Operations, which includes all courtroom clerks, jury operations and court records. They play a critical role in the courtroom and prepare the official record of all courtroom sessions through SMC's electronic case filing system and audio recordings. They work closely as a team with our judges, magistrates, bailiffs, defense attorneys, prosecuting attorneys, interpreters and other criminal justice partners. This is an exciting time to join the court as we work to develop a new case management system to help the court become even more innovative and efficient.

    We are currently accepting applications from qualified candidates who are interested in working as a Court Clerk. The ideal candidate:

    Thrives in a fast-paced collaborative work environment;
    Is an active listener with good communication skills;
    Is committed to providing excellent service to internal and external customers
    Is comfortable working with flexibility to accommodate changes in law, policy, and work assignments. Has an aptitude for learning new systems; and
    Pays attention to the details while multi-tasking.

    The person in this role must be able to work any shift Monday through Saturday and holidays, and maintain regular, reliable and punctual attendance. The Court may consider applicants from this recruitment process for other part-time, temporary and full-time Court Clerk openings that may come available within the next six months.


    • Accurately records and reviews details of court proceedings and a variety of case related information into a court database (ECF, FTR & MCIS).

    • Monitors court proceedings to schedule court dates, answer questions and ensure processes happen according to policy.

    • Handles multiple tasks including scheduling court dates; answering questions; responding to emails; and monitoring the court proceedings.

    • Listens and communicates information between judges, attorneys, defendants, court personnel, outside agencies and the public.

    • Maintains confidentiality with highly sensitive information.

    • Remains calm and professional throughout stressful court proceedings.

    • Engages in peer training. Shares knowledge and courtroom processes/procedures with team members.

    • Keeps current on changing court technology, policies and procedures in a constantly changing environment.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    Equivalent of one year as a court clerk or other similarly related experience.

    OR a combination of education, training, and/or experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the work of the position.

    Desired Qualifications:

    2+ years working inside or in support of a criminal courtroom.
    Associates Degree and/or a bachelor's degree, or certification from an accredited college in a Paralegal program.
    Experience and proficiency in criminal justice systems such as JIS, DISCIS, WASIC, SCOMIS or MCIS. Demonstrated ability to:

    Use Word, Excel and database computer programs with intermediate to advanced proficiency. Exercise discretion, maintain confidentiality, and interact tactfully with a diverse group of people (judges, attorneys, defendants, court personnel, outside agencies and the public).
    Multi-task accurately, independently and calmly under stress and pressure.

    Provide amazing customer service to internal and external customers.
    Remain calm, positive, and have a sense of humor while working in a tense environment. Maintain flexibility and professionalism when fulfilling responsibilities for all assigned courtrooms and calendars.

    Hiring Process

    Direct Link to Apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2512817/court-clerkApplications are reviewed after the posting closes. Qualified candidates must submit the following to be considered.

    1. Completed NEOGOV online application.
    2. Supplemental questionnaire responses.
    3. Cover letter describing how your skills and experience align with the stated job responsibilities and 

    4. Current resume indicating relevant experience and education.

    Your application will not be reviewed if these items are missing or incomplete. By completing the supplemental questions, you are attesting that the information you have provided is true and accurate. The Court will review any information provided in your application package and misstatements or falsification of information will eliminate you from consideration and/or employment if discovered after selection for the position.

    Attaching or pasting a cover letter and resume alone is not a substitute for completing the application itself. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

    A job offer is contingent upon successfully passing the court's background check. The background check includes a criminal history background review, fingerprinting and reference checks. This position is represented by an agreement between the Teamsters Local 763 union and the Seattle Municipal Court. The candidate hired, must complete a one-year probationary period.

    The Court may consider applicants from this recruitment process for other part-time, temporary and full-time Court Clerk openings that may come available within the next six months.

    Who May Apply: This position is open to all candidates that meet the minimum qualifications. The City of Seattle values diverse perspectives and life experiences. Applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, marital status, disability, religious or political affiliation, age, sexual orientation, or gender identity. The Department encourages people of all backgrounds to apply, including people of color, immigrants, refugees, women, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities, veterans and those with diverse life experiences.

    Accommodations for people with disabilities are provided on request. The City is a Drug Free Workplace.

  • 07/18/2019 10:08 AM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Clover Park School District

    Start Date – 9/1/2019 (Specific start date to be determined) 

    *Salary Range - $75,607 - $80,991/year, plus benefits

    To apply visit: https://cloverpark.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx

    A. Job Title: Coordinator for Public Records, WC Claims & ADA

    B. Classification Level: Non-Represented - C

    C. Reports to: Executive Director for Human Resources


    Under the general direction of the Executive Director for Human Resources, perform such duties as required to ensure proper coordination of the district’s public records requests, records retention, legal/ subpoena requests, and workers’ compensation program. Responsibilities include providing support to the district with effective coordination of requests/cases/claims.


    • Coordinate the district’s efforts to comply with complex state and federal regulation and mandates related to the Public Records Act and the retention of Public Records.
    • Manage requests for public records, including establishing and meeting mandated deadlines, working directly with requesters, coordinating with district staff in schools and departments to ensure responsive information is identified and provided, and reviewing potentially responsive records to determine what records are responsive and what information needs to be redacted.
    • Develop and implement a comprehensive plan for organization of office systems including filing of documents and system integration in support of records retention.
    • Tracks a variety of deadlines to ensure timely completion and filing of a variety of reports and responses for Workers’ Compensation and Public Records Ac
    • Attend a variety of meetings, training sessions, and conferences to stay current on the aspects of the rules, regulations, laws, technology and procedures surrounding the Public Records Act and the of retention records.
    • Under the direction of the Executive Director for Human Resources, process legal/subpoenas served on the district, including reviewing and analyzing legal/subpoenas to ensure accuracy and compliance with required elements; obtain and review records and redact information.
    • Under the direction of the Executive Director for Human Resources, communicate with attorneys regarding legal cases. Research complex questions and provide related information.
    • Perform related duties as assigned handling research, document drafting and case management tasks, legal writing, coordinating the request for production/discovery process and public records law.
    • Manage workers’ compensation claims in a timely and cost effective manner while ensuring injured workers are receiving appropriate information and timely benefits as to work-related injuries.
    • Act as a liaison to the Puget Sound Workers’ Compensation Trust (PSWCT) and working with district departments / personnel as necessary to successfully process claims.
    • Administer the processing of the workers’ compensation claims and the return-to- work program; including conformance to applicable laws and regulations, preparing required reports and monitoring and evaluation the program activities to ensure the delivery of quality services.

    Perform other duties as required.

    The essential functions listed above are not exhaustive and may be supplemented as necessary. The position may perform a variety of non-essential functions consistent with the scope and intent of the position.

    Education and Experience

    • A BA in human resources or appropriate related field, AND or
    • One (1) year of progressively responsible experience in Hunan resources or workers’ compensation or records management. 


    Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in human resources

    Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Knowledge of human resource theories and practices.
    • Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and regulations applicable to public schools.
    • Ability to develop and maintain compensation systems.
    • Ability to use computer applications to conduct research, analyze data, prepare comprehensive reports, and recommend sound solutions.
    • Knowledge of report writing and query software.
    • Knowledge of database programs and processes.
    • Ability to apply policies and procedures and communicate effectively and courteously with staff, co-workers, and the public.
    • Demonstrated proficiency in oral and written communication.
    • Ability to be flexible and open to new ideas, to coordinate multiple activities simultaneously, to work effectively under pressure, maintain a high level of productivity, and exercise independent judgment.
    • Ability to maintain regular and punctual attendance.  Ability to continue professional study.
    • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.


    Work is performed in an office environment. Required to travel to various school and community sites, and recruiting locations. Must be able to use fingers, hands, and arms; listen carefully while filtering out normal office noise; see clearly; sit, stand, walk, twist, bend, reach, push, and pull with normal effort; lift 50 pounds. Prolonged exposure to computers, as well as exposure to normal office equipment and their chemicals, such as copier, fax machine, telephone, etc. Teamwork and high productivity requirements frequently create extra hours, attendance at meetings before and after work, and additional weekend hours.

    FLSA: Exempt  

    JOB CLASS: Professional (960)

    AFFILIATION: Non-Represented

    WORK YEAR: 260 Days

    *Salary placement is dependent on experience and qualifications. 

  • 07/16/2019 8:54 AM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Paralegal: Civil Commercial Litigation & Asbestos Support

    Company: Williams Kastner

    Location: Seattle, WA

    GENERAL SUMMARY: Prepare complex legal documents, correspondence and chronologies under the direction of attorney(s). Coordinate case activities. Develop and implement appropriate systems for collecting and organizing case materials. Observe confidentiality of client and firm matters. This position supports attorneys who practice in civil commercial litigation and asbestos.


    "Essential functions" are primarily job duties that incumbents must be able to perform unassisted or with some reasonable accommodation made by the employer.

    · Prepare answers and initial discovery requests.

    · Submit plaintiffs’ releases and collect medical and employment records through T-scan (usually)

    · Review medical records and prepare medical chronologies.

    · FOIA/Public Record Requests and subpoenas.

    · Oversee incoming discovery and documents from other parties.

    · Prepare witness disclosures.

    · Compile expert review materials and communicate with experts.

    · Prepare ER 904, witness and exhibits lists, and other trial preparation.

    · General case and case schedule/calendar oversight.

    · Eclipse SE or other database experience (end user).

    Position involves recurring work situations with occasional variation from the normal to a high degree of complexity. Employee must perform all duties with minimal supervision. Overtime may be required during periods of heavy workload.


    · Proficiency with MS Office applications and database capabilities. Experience with Eclipse, Chrome River, LiquidFiles, WestLaw OnePass, CourtTrax, ExpertTime, DM, eCopy PDF Pro Office and Innova, or similar technology, is strongly preferred.

    · Substantial knowledge of legal terminology and court procedures.

    · Knowledge of case economics and case management techniques.

    · Excellent oral and written communication skills.

    · Ability to instruct and coordinate activities of other paralegals and litigation assistants.

    EDUCATION/TRAINING: Associate or undergraduate degree and/or Paralegal Certificate or experience demonstrating required skills.

    EXPERIENCE: 5+ years' paralegal experience.

    WORKING CONDITIONS: Normal office environment with little exposure to excessive noise, dust, temperature and the like. Travel outside the office may be necessary occasionally.

    The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of essential responsibilities or requirements.

    Job Type: Full-time

    To apply send resume : careers@williamskastner.com

  • 07/08/2019 8:47 AM | WSPA (Administrator)

    Real Estate and/or Corporate In‐House Paralegal Position (Full‐Time)

    Hadley Properties is a closely held real estate development company with operations in Seattle, Honolulu, and Colorado Springs. We have an exciting opportunity for a strong corporate paralegal who can contribute immediately across multiple areas of the company and become an integral member of our team.

    This position is full‐time in nature, and reports to the general counsel. This paralegal will be energetic and hands‐on; able to balance multiple priorities; and enthusiastic about participating in and supporting all aspects of the company, at whatever level is required, including corporate recordkeeping, management of community associations (HOA and Condo Associations), and file system organization and oversight.

    In all our team members, we value common sense, high‐level problem‐solving skills, attention to detail, a strong work ethic, and a willingness to work as part of a dynamic team. Our goal is how to best meet the needs of the organization and its clients quickly, efficiently, and creatively. We find the best ideas come from discussion and collaboration.

    Qualifications include:

    • Ability to work independently and as a part of a team.

    • Ability to prioritize workload, in a fast‐paced setting.

    • Exceptional organizational skills and high attention to detail.

    • Experience with file/database management.

    • Strong research skills.

    • High emotional intelligence.

    • Experience with corporate minutes and minute books.

    • Experience with closing binders.

    • Tech Savvy

    • Adept at time tracking of renewals and deliverables (i.e. corporate filings, other government agency

      filings, insurance, contract dates, etc.).

    • Experience with initial drafting, review and proofing for a variety of contracts.

    • Must have exceptional written and oral communication skills.

    • Minimum of 3 years’ applicable experience required.

      Competitive compensation package includes:

    • Medical, dental, and vision coverage, for employee and family, with modest employee contribution

    • Generous PTO

    • 401k

    • Group life, short‐term, and long‐term disability insurance

    • Parental leave
      To apply, please send resumes to 
      MeghanB@HadleyProperties.com. Qualified applicants will be contacted to

      set up an interview.

      Hadley Properties and affiliates are equal opportunity employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.

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