Vazquez & Servi, PC
We are seeking a Bilingual intake specialist to join our team! You will be communicating with prospective clients, creating contracts, and retaining new clients for a fast-paced Immigration law firm. We’ll provide the training and resources to help you flourish in your role on a tight-knit, supportive, and passionate legal team. If you have prior customer service experience, great communication skills, and a passion for helping others, apply today!
- Work with marketing to collaborate on outbound sales tactics and partnerships with other law firms in order to help bring in new cases
- Organize paperwork and perform data entry in our case management system to streamline new client onboarding and current client files
- Perform miscellaneous clerical tasks as needed, including transcription, research, spreadsheet management, and email writing to ensure operational efficiency
- Survey potential clients to determine the right fit with our practice, while listening to all phone calls in an empathetic manner
- Manage attorney schedules, including prospective client consultations, to foster caseload growth
- Previous legal experience highly valued
- High school diploma or equivalent needed, while a Bachelor’s degree is desired
- CRM and case management software experience a plus
- Firm knowledge of spreadsheet and data management, as well as computer skills
- Skilled with Microsoft Office, especially Microsoft Excel
$14 - $18 hourly
About Vazquez & Servi, PC
We are a boutique immigration law firm in Atlanta with experienced and highly motivated attorneys and skilled paralegals. We help keep families together by zealous representation in removal proceedings and before government agencies. Through the tireless efforts of our team at Vazquez & Servi, P.C. our clients achieve their American dream by obtaining lawful status in the United States. We can think of no more meaningful career than one that involves keeping our clients´ families together.
“Where Your American Dream Begins” - “Donde Comienza Su Sueño Americano”