Legal Administrative Assistant Legal Services - Edmonton, Alberta Permanent, Full-Time Position(s)
Are you a looking for an exciting opportunity to make a difference on a team that impacts the lives of Albertans? Are you self-motivated with excellent communication skills and enjoy building strong and effective relationships with people? Are you compassionate and find your skills best suited to a client centric work environment? If this sounds like you - come and join our team!
• Assists the Bodily Injury Adjusters by receiving and reviewing files to determine if a vested cause of action is possible under tort and workers’ compensation law. • Determines the status of parties under the Workers’ Compensation Act. • Promotes the services of the Legal Services Department to injured workers in vested causes of action. • Inputs data into the legal tracking system, orders motor vehicle and corporate searches, and prepares files for Bodily Injury Adjusters.
• High School diploma supplemented with several years of progressively responsible experience as a Legal Assistant. • Legal Assistant diploma, courses in litigation procedure and personal injury, and courses through the Insurance Institute of Canada is preferred. • C.I.P. designation is a definite asset. • Broad knowledge of the law and litigation process with the ability to inform interested parties of progress. • Working knowledge of medical terminology is an asset. • Strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills are required. • Ability to build external stakeholder relationships. • A combination of education and experience may be considered.
$51,468 to $57,156 per annum
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