Paralegal

Arrow Child & Family Ministries
Posted Jan 23
Full Time
Tyler, Texas

Overview

The Paralegal is responsible for assessing, planning, and executing legal projects. The work of the Paralegal will be specific to the operational needs of Arrow and its affiliates (4Kids4Families). Under the direction of the Director of Legal Affairs the paralegal will draft, review, proofread, assemble, and/or process confidential and complex legal documents such as contracts, subpoenas, complaints, appeals, motions, or pretrial agreements.

Benefits Include

  • Medical, dental, vision, and supplemental insurance options, including HSA match for qualifying contributions.
  • Parental Paid Leave
  • Retirement savings plan with company match.
  • Paid time off and holiday pay.
  • Mileage reimbursement.
  • Tuition reimbursement available.
  • Company sponsored learning and development

Min

USD $23.22/Hr.

Max

USD $28.04/Hr.

Responsibilities

Other duties may be assigned as necessary.

  • Conducts accurate legal research and analysis and presents to attorneys for final review/approval.
  • Interpret and research legal requirements regarding both state and federal regulations and compliances.
  • Perform general administrative tasks to assist in the daily operations of the legal team.
  • Draft legal documents and maintain case files.
  • Attend meetings and training courses to prepare or present on standards and best practices.
  • Evaluate contracts and other legal documentation, analyzing damage potential from risks associated with contract clause provisions.
  • Represent Arrow at arbitrations, mediations, trials, meetings, and contract negotiations, when appropriate.
  • Identify risk factors and propose changes to management and executive team.
  • Perform all duties within contract, state and federal regulations, company policy, and regulatory agency standards.
  • May be required to drive vehicles, be insurable with our auto insurance provider, and complete company vehicle training.

Qualifications

High School diploma or GED required. Associate degree or legal certification preferred. 2-5 years of relevant work experience preferred.