The Community Legal Center is seeking a full time Bilingual Intake Coordinator whose duties will include answering phones, screening English and Spanish speaking clients, translating/interpreting English and Spanish conversation and documents to enable communication between the immigration attorney and his/her clients, and providing general office support to staff attorneys. Salary will depend on qualifications and experience. Must have two years of college or equivalent work experience to apply. Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
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JOB DESCRIPTION: ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
JOB SUMMARY: The Administrative Assistant works under the direction of the Executive Director to maintain and organize the office, maintain the database, and perform clerical duties. The objectives of this position are to ensure the smooth operation of the CLC office, to present a positive image of CLC to the public, and to assist the Executive Director in running CLC.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
$ With the ED, assess and implementCommunityLegalCenter’s office procedures
$ Create a positive and professional image of CLC with telephone callers and other facets of the public with which the assistant has contact
$ Answer client telephone calls if no volunteer is present
$ Maintain the client and attorney databases
$ Assist with the pro se clinic
$ Other duties as assigned
$ Bachelor’s degree in business, social service, or related field or equivalent experience
$ Working knowledge of Word, Access, and Windows
$ Good written and verbal communication skills
$ Interest in legal advocacy and public interest law
Office environment; flexible hours; some evening or variable hours to attend meetings and the legal clinic; pleasant working environment; work with staff and Board of Directors who are grateful for the help of assistants.
JOB DESCRIPTION: TRANSLATOR
JOB SUMMARY: The Translator works under the direction of the Immigration Attorney to convert spoken and written languages one to another to enable communication between the attorney and his/her clients.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Answers telephone calls from Spanish speaking clients.
- Screens Spanish speaking clients to be sure they are within the income guidelines and to determine the type of assistance needed
- Coordinates law student and undergraduate student volunteers who speak Spanish to assist with translation
- Promotes the Community
- Other duties as assigned
- Two years college or equivalent work experience
- Good written and verbal communication and advocacy skills in both Spanish and English
- Proficient in Word, Access, Quicken and Power Point
- Ability to oversee a program
Office environment; evening or variable hours to attend clinic and seminars.
SALARY RANGE: Salary depending on qualifications and experience.