Paralegal Level II

Location: Washington DC, DC
Date Posted: 08-20-2018
Paralegal Level II
Since its founding in 2000, TeleSolv Consulting has been committed to helping organizations solve complex problems. Our solutions integrate sound management principles with the most appropriate technologies to assist senior executives in effectively managing programmatic, schedule, and technical risks.

Our Company is seeking a Paralegal Level II, which shall serve as a Team Lead.  
Responsibilities and duties:
  • The Contractor shall provide an initial personnel roster within 15 Calendar days of contract award that lists all personnel, their title (PM, Paralegal), and planned work site (contractor’s site, and/or telecommuting site).
  • The Contractor shall update the roster monthly; not later than the 10th Calendar day of the month for subsequent rosters. (Updates are not required if no changes occur.)
  • On occasion, personnel within Board shall contact the Contractor, in writing, with inquiries regarding claims files.  Contractor shall respond in writing to such inquires within one (1) business day.  All inquiries shall be directed to the Contractor’s Program Manager. 
  • Provide oversite to Paralegal Level I, serve as team lead.
Minimum requirements include the following:
  • A graduate of an accredited college or university or recipient of paralegal certification with at least one year of experience as a paralegal or in related field this category encompasses paraprofessional personnel with professional skills to aid Senior Counsel, Counsel, and Associate Counsel in their respective undertaking of legal matters and with coordination skills to arrange legal project teams. 
  • Must possess a demonstrated ability to analyze documents to extract selected information.
  • The ability to prioritize and work under a tight schedule, basic software knowledge, and in-depth knowledge of legal terminology and principles.
  • Provide apprentice-level examination of legal instruments.
  • Review legal instruments (completeness of information, proper execution).
  • Conduct research and obtain additional information related to specific cases.
  • Determine correctness of action (per Government regulations, procedures, etc.).
  • Research records (to ascertain conditions that might preclude action).
  • Provide information on instruments.
  • Aid on instruments.
  • Gather facts for cases and routine reports.
  • Perform initial review of petitions.
  • Verify citations and legal references on legal documents.
  • Complete a National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI) background investigation.
  • Has premium writing and oral communications skills.
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