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Legal Secretary I

Posted on: June 25, 2018

TITLE: Legal Secretary I

Various Divisions

Various positions are available throughout the State Attorney’s Office. The job responsibilities for a

Legal Secretary include but not limited to: providing secretarial and caseload support for attorneys who have a high volume caseload, preparing and processing court calendars, sending trial subpoenas, database maintenance, preparation of forms, motions and correspondence, processing incoming and outgoing mail, as well as extensive telephone work and public contact.

Minimum requirements are:

  • High School diploma or its equivalent
  • Two (2) years of clerical or general office experience
  • Successful completion of a Skills Test,
  • Type a minimum 20 accurate words per minute
  • Bilingual preferred (English/Spanish) or (English/Creole)

Candidates must possess excellent problem solving skills, organizational skills, be detailed oriented, work effectively under pressure, be able to meet stringent deadlines, be receptive to change and be computer literate. Candidates must also work effectively with all levels of staff and have very good verbal and written communications skills. Additionally, candidates must be flexible with their work shift and be able to work either the 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. or 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. shift.

Starting Annual Salary: $25,221.12

To apply for a Legal Secretary I position, an application, clerical test and typing test must be completed in Human Resources between the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., Monday – Thursday. Please bring an updated resume to include the exact months and years of employment.

Human Resources is located at:

1350 N.W. 12 Avenue, Suite S-115, Miami, FL 33136

                     NOTE: You will also need the addresses and telephone numbers of your current and former employers

               in order to complete your employment application.

The entire process could take up to two (2) hours, so plan accordingly.

Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer


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