Collins Family Law Group
We’re looking for an enthusiastic, professional intern to join our team as a receptionist with opportunities to learn about a law office! You’ll play a crucial role as the face and first point of contact for our organization. Other responsibilities include answering phone calls and emails, meeting with clients and vendors, facilitating meetings and conference room/office space use, managing mail and deliveries, and other assignments as needed to ensure efficient business operations. Job seekers should take pride in their work, be passionate about helping others, and have an interest in the legal industry and/or growing with our organization. If this sounds like you, apply now!
- Greet visitors, clients, and fellow employees when they arrive at the front desk and provide them with any necessary directions or information
- Arrange appointments for employees and keep the calendar up-to-date
- Keep the front office secure by ensuring all visitors follow the proper sign-in procedures
- Assist with other administrative tasks, such as data entry, copying, filing etc.
- Respond to incoming phone calls and emails and make sure the right people receive all important information
- At least one year of receptionist or administrative assistant, experience, or similar preferred
- Has previous experience with word processing programs and basic computer skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills, organizational skills, customer service skills, and verbal communication skills
- Has experience answering telephone calls and troubleshooting stressful situations
- Interest and aptitude in the legal industry or a career in customer service/office administration.
$10 - $14 hourly
About Collins Family Law Group
We are a fast-growing regional Family and Elder Law Firm with multiple offices in North Carolina and South Carolina. We are looking for members to add to our team who are fierce, strong, and compassionate as well as ethical, professional, and trustworthy. You must be committed to excellence, value clients, and want to be a part of something extraordinary.