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Careers in Justice
UAA Professional Clothes Closet - Free Clothing
The Professional Clothes Closet is a place where UAA students and alumni can select gently used, professional attire - FREE of charge - for interviews, internships, and as a start to building their own professional attire closet. All clothing is donated by UAA staff and faculty. Open by Appointment only. Call 907-786-4513 or email email@example.com for more information or to arrange a time to select items for an outfit.
Job Announcements & Internship Opportunities
Anchorage: Legal Assistant/Legal Secretary - The Conway Law Firm
The Conway Law Firm, P.C. is looking for a full-time legal assistant/legal secretary. This entry level front desk person answers phones, responds to inquiries, and works directly with clients. General office duties include handling incoming/outgoing documents, opening/closing files, scanning and maintaining digital client files, drafting short documents, assisting with billing and other admin projects. Applicants must possess excellent proofreading, writing and document production skills. Prior experience as a legal secretary or professional administrative assistant, or equivalent training and experience required. See job description to view complete details. Questions can be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org. No inquiries by phone accepted. To apply, send cover letter, resume and professional references via fax to 907-278-5294 or mail to: The Conway Law Firm, P.C., 405 W 36th Ave. Suite 102, Anchorage, AK 99503. Open until filled.
Anchorage: Office Manager/Litigation Paralegal - NARF
The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) is a nonprofit law firm representing Indian tribes, organizations and individuals in Indian law cases. NARF is looking for an Office Manager/Litigation Paralegal to provide legal support for its staff attorneys in the Anchorage office. See job description to view all qualifications. To apply, mail a letter of interest, resume and three professional references by August 29, 2014, to Heather Kendall-Miller, Senior Staff Attorney at:
Native American Rights Fund
City of Kenai: Police Officer
The Kenai Police Department is accepting applications for a full-time police officer. Salaries start at $32.94/hour. To view the complete job description or obtain a copy of the application materials, see the City website at http://www.ci.kenai.ak.us/government/employment. All Applications for Employment must be submitted through the Peninsula Job Center (www.jobs.alaska.gov or 907-283-2930) no later than 2 pm on Wednesday, September 11, 2014. Questions can be directed to Lt. David Ross at 907-283-7879.
Special Note: The Justice Center posts these job announcements and internship opportunities as a courtesy. You must direct all your inquiries for the advertised position to the hiring contact name.
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