Litigation/Aboriginal Legal Assistant Required for Small Friendly Firm
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Litigation/Aboriginal Legal Assistant Required for Small Friendly Firm

Job #3957

Join a small to mid size Vancouver firm with low staff turnover and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere! Work in a respectful and pleasant environment, a great firm to settle down in and build your career.

Experience working with court filings is necessary for this role, if you have experience working with Federal Court that will be considered an asset. You will thrive in this role if you have strong attention to detail and take initiative to make sure the work is completed to the highest standard.

The ideal candidate will have a strong litigation background; the position is best suited to an intermediate Legal Administrative Assistant. Aboriginal experience is not essential but would be an asset. Personality is also important, if you want to work with great people and are a team worker, who always displays professionalism and positivity then you will excel in this environment.

To apply, please send all resumes, preferably in Word format, attention to Kimberly at: legal@rjohnsoncorp.com, while quoting the job title in the subject line.

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Kimberly MacMillan

About Kimberly MacMillan

As Partner, Kimberly is responsible for leading the full-cycle recruitment process and managing the day-to-day operations of the office. She also develops and executes creative sourcing strategies that ensure effective talent acquisition of top-tier candidates. Serving as the main point of contact for clients, she, along with her team, endeavor to facilitate a successful completion for every recruit.

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