Are you looking to get started on a career path that lets you make a difference and fight fraud?
DIRECTIONS TO APPLY:
If you cannot follow these basic directions, or if you contact us in a manner that leads us to believe you did not actually read the ad, you will not hear back from us. We expect you to value our time by following directions and paying attention to detail.
To apply, email your resume along with a cover letter in PDF format to admin @ doncasterlawpllc.com. The subject line of the email should be your last name (all upper case), dash, one word that you would use to describe yourself (lower case), dash, and the position you’re applying for (all upper case). [For example: SMITH-compassionate-RECEPTIONIST]
Your cover letter should be three paragraphs and include the following information:
- Paragraph 1: Tell us what excites you the most about this position.
- Paragraph 2: Tell us why you are the person we should hire.
- Paragraph 3: Tell us your pay expectation and when you would be able to start.
If you want to get your foot in the door of a law firm that’s on a mission to fight fraud, this is the opportunity for you. Our anti-fraud law firm has an immediate full-time opportunity for a superstar who can wear at least three hats: Receptionist, Legal Assistant, and Billing and Collections Specialist.
Our Jedi Master is a team player who has excellent administrative and communication skills and wants to be our ambassador of first impressions. This is a fabulous opportunity for someone who likes variety and wants to be part of an All-Star Team.
Our Founding and Managing Attorney is an entrepreneur who is passionate about helping people get their money back when they’ve been cheated. We need an empathetic team player who is mature, caring, and wants to ensure the clients’ experience with our Firm is second to none. You should have genuine empathy for people who have been cheated and be able to communicate that on the phone, within the first few seconds of picking up. You must also be devoted to the light side of the Force.
We have set our sights on being the “go-to firm” for real estate fraud Law in Maricopa County. In fact, our true measure of success will be winning enough fraud cases that people start telling the truth because they fear the consequences, and reject the dark side. While we are focused on rapid growth, we are still small enough to care about every team member and client. We need someone who is interested in being with us as we grow and is willing to wear multiple hats until the workload supports hiring additional team members.
Currently, we need someone who can help us take control of the front-end client experience by being the first point of contact with the firm, providing general administrative support and helping us communicate effectively with our clients and potential new clients. Ideally, you will have experience as a Receptionist, Secretary or Legal Assistant in a law firm, but we are willing to train the right service-minded office professional. The most important quality you can possess is a great attitude and willingness to roll up your sleeves and help wherever it’s needed.
Your basic responsibilities:
If the following describes you, then YOU may be the Jedi we are looking for:
All firms talk about culture, we have one:
We’re an antifraud firm because we value truth. We believe truth exists, and it matters. Ayn Rand once said: “We can ignore reality, but we cannot ignore the consequences of ignoring reality.” In this law firm, we bring that truth toe-to-toe with fraudsters. If we had a formal firm creed, it would probably read something like this:
We believe that truth exists and truth matters.
Truth is not subjective. There is no such thing as my truth, your truth, his truth, or her truth. There is only truth.
Perverting the truth is morally atrocious. People who do this deserve consequences, and we deliver them.
Vindicating the truth is more important than social approbation. We aren’t country club lawyers. We won’t wash over the truth just because someone doesn’t like it.
We reject the concept of a grey area between true and false.