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Paralegal The candidate will review service agreements and work with attorneys and internal clients to resolve any legal or drafting issues regarding same. Will prepare and/or review service agreement filing packages, manage conformance reviews, and assist in filing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (â€œFERCâ€). Prepare and/or review consents to assignment and agreements to amend; and manage the assignment and amendment processes. Administer, process and maintain Network Integration Service Transmission Agreements, Transmission Service Agreements including the tracking of effective and expiration dates, and coordination with both internal and external clients. Implement customer rollover requests and provide oversight/support to the transmission service process. Track status of service agreement filings and prepare all related communications and documentation regarding the same. Prepare and manage breach and default notices through cancellation filings with the FERC. Monitor ongoing conference calls and attend appropriate meetings relative to Electric Quarterly Report (EQR) user group. Maintain files and facilitate and assist in the management of FERC legal proceedings. Provide legal support for counsel in the stakeholder process, and in litigation and regulatory proceedings both at the state and federal levels. Assist in administering the filing system for the Law Department. Assist in FERC filings by organizing relevant governing agreement and tariff controlling document sections, assisting counsel in drafting filing letters. Assist attorneys in the preparation and filing of pleadings and motions. Manage service and postings of filed documents. Monitor FERC technical conferences and hearings and prepare summaries/documents as requested by counsel. Review membership documents and agreements for conformity, and prepare draft FERC filing for non-conforming agreements. Oversee web posting of Transmission Owners Agreement - Administrative Committee Non-Disclosure Agreement Certificate Signatories as new certificates received for timely posting on TOA-AC web site. Provide timely and accurate responses to membership inquiries from both internal and external customers. Maintain updated website information for the membership. Maintain and audit all membership information within CRM and other applicable data repositories. Conduct Legal and Factual Research, Prepare Memos, Reports and Other: Undertake legal research and analysis on regulatory matters at the federal level. Prepare research memos and other legal documents. Prepare, maintain and update various reports used both internally and externally, including but not limited to upcoming filings, regulatory reports and status reports. Prepare and circulate summaries of various pleadings in legal proceedings of interest. Prepare informative or explanatory material on laws, federal regulations, and federal agency policy for general use by counsel. Pull relevant documents, proofread papers, organize exhibits, affidavits and execute other tasks as assigned by counsel in the preparation of motion filings. Compose letters, memos, agendas, minutes, charts, pleadings and other material of more complex nature as directed. Draft FERC filings as requested. Maintain database by organizing document control; designing easy-access retrieval systems; supervising summarization, coding and storage of documents; maintaining and updating system; assisting attorneys in information retrieval. Assist with the preparation of various contracts and other agreements. Associate degree or equivalent work experience paralegal certificate from an ABA accredited program is needed. Should have 5+ years of experience law clerk or paralegal in a law firm, corporate legal department or governmental agency. PJM will also consider candidates with a juris doctorate degree. Experience using document management systems are needed. Experience using verbal and written communications skills are needed. Ability to use Microsoft Office Suite (MS-Word, MS-Excel and MS-PowerPoint) is needed. Paralegal Certification Upon Hire is essential. Should preferably have JD degree, or 0-5 years of experience. BA, Business Administration is preferred. Should preferably have 5 years of experience with strong demonstrated skills in the following: composition, spelling, and grammar. Legal terminology. Legal research and writing. General business practices and principles are needed. Experience with PJM operations, markets, and planning functions are needed.
Job ID: 2018-3012
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