Office Assistant

Job Overview

Our busy law firm is currently seeking a qualified applicant to fill the position of Office Assistant. This position works with the public, clients and people from throughout the firm. If you enjoy working with people, this could be the position for you. If you like variety in your work, this position could be a great fit. If you are a detailed oriented problem solver, you will be interested in this role. We are looking for someone with general office equipment knowledge, basic computer knowledge, good organizational skills, ability to work well independently and as a team, ability to work with little supervision and exercise good judgment.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties

  • Billing set-up and maintenance
  • File opening and maintenance
  • Conflict Checks
  • Filing
  • Database maintenance
  • Back-up reception duties
  • Route inter-office mail
  • Postmark all outgoing mail
  • Federal Express and UPS in-house scanning and delivery
  • Send outgoing faxes and electronic delivery of incoming faxes
  • Stock all workrooms with the appropriate supplies and maintain all workrooms
  • Stock and maintain kitchen/break areas
  • Stock copy machines and printers with appropriate types of paper or envelope
  • Order basic office and kitchen supplies, including soda and coffee products

Office Assistant Qualifications

  • Education: High School diploma and/or Associate Degree
  • Skills: Organization, Communication, and Adaptiveness
  • Personal characteristics: Reliable, Detail oriented, Professional, Collaborative, Proactive
  • Salary Range: $37,500 – $39,500

Could you be the person that Boardman Clark is looking for? If so, please send cover letter and resume to: Office Manager, Boardman & Clark LLP, P.O. Box 927, Madison, WI 53701-0927 or email “Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer”.

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