Position: Personal Injury Paralegal
Job Type: Temp to Hire/Possible Direct Hire
Pay Rate: $35,000 – $40,000 Annually DOE
Schedule: Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Location: Panama City, FL
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Minimum of 2 years’ experience with
Drafting pleadings and discovery
Uses PerfectPractice Software
Previous Personal Injury experience
Must be able to communicate professionally and effectively in written, oral and electronic means.
Strong Typing (55+ WPM & 100% Accuracy)
Highly proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
Snelling has an immediate opening for a Personal Injury Paralegal in the Panama City area. This position will be responsible for office administrative duties as well as assisting with legal documentation. The Personal Injury Paralegal should be able to work independently and demonstrate a proactive, problem-solving attitude. Job duties include the following:
Manage and summarize documents produced in discovery
Answer calls from clients
Handle attorney calendar
To Apply: Interested candidates should submit their resume for immediate consideration. Resumes will be reviewed as quickly as possible, and qualified candidates will be contacted to set up an interview. Snelling participates in E-Verify and is a drug-free workplace. Candidates may be subject to drug screening.
About Snelling: Founded in 1951 by Lou and Gwen Snelling. Snelling is a staffing pioneer, bringing innovative solutions to the industry for over 65years. Our Panama City office has been locally owned and run by Larry and Ruth Burton for over 30years. Their recruiting team has over 40years of combined Staffing, Recruiting and Human Resource experience. Our Panama City office places Temp, Temp to Hire and Direct Hire placements. Their team specializes in Temp to Hire and Direct Hire placements.
Keywords: Paralegal, Legal Office, Case Manager, PerfectPractice, Personal Injury
Email Resume To:
Snelling Staffing Services Panama City
Panama City, FL 32405
Your physical signature will be required to fully process a job application. Electronic signatures are not accepeted.