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ProfileLegal Secretary II Duties: Assists the Director of the Real Estate Appraisers Board Division with enforcement responsibilities related to the Real Estate Appraiser Board. Coordinate with Board Members, Disciplinary Committee, Probable Cause Committee, Board Prosecutors and Board Counsel on various procedural and docketing matters. Prepares various legal documents and forms; including correspondence of legal nature such as notices, orders, administrative records, motions and subpoenas. Records and transcribes proceedings of meetings, hearings and conferences, requiring a high degree of accuracy. Independently researches, locates and assembles legal materials for working files used in docketing cases or information and data for administrative board or Hearing Panel consideration and action; gathers agency data and documents to support various pleadings filed in different courts; develops and maintains files on research sources. Arranges and coordinates special conferences and meetings; schedules depositions, prepares exhibits for court cases; compiles reports or other materials for use by an attorney or other member of a legal staff. Coordinate with Board Members and other related parties on various procedural and docketing matters. Perform other clerical duties such as scheduling appointments, providing information to callers, composing and typing routine correspondence, and reading and routing incoming mail. File correspondence and legal documents in office filing system. Maintain the confidential legal files and hard copy or electronic records. Assist the Director and attorneys in ensuring that deadlines are met for filing various court actions; files orders, judgments, pleadings, briefs and other documents on behalf of an attorney or Board. Operates a variety of modern office equipment; screens phone calls and receives visitors; provides information or refers to appropriate official; disposes of routine matters; prepares correspondence for supervisor’s signature.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: 2 year college degree or four year college degree in related field. 2+ years of experience is preferred. 3 years Legal experience is preferred. Knowledge of Microsoft Products including Word, Excel, Outlook and ability to function with databases.
Recruitment #180402-UNCE-87. Send resume.
Oklahoma Insurance Department
2401 N.W. 23rd Street
Suite 28 , P.O. Box 53408
Oklahoma City, OK 73107