Alaska Legal Services Corporation’s Nome office is recruiting for a part-time (20 hours per week) or full-time (35 hours per week) office manager. Hours dependent on applicant preference. Major duties include telephone and front desk reception; screening prospective clients; interacting with community partners; computer data entry; file maintenance; mail handling; and preparation of legal documents, reports and correspondence.
Required: High school diploma or GED; computer proficiency (Windows operating system, Microsoft Office, Google Workspace, Internet, e-mail and data entry); ability to comply with strict policies regarding confidentiality; and motivated to provide excellent customer service in a fast paced work environment.
Highly Desired: Proficiency in written and verbal communications; a willingness to learn new skills; highly organized; and familiarity with cross-cultural situations. Bilingual applicants are encouraged.
Hourly Wage is $32.83-49.25 DOE. Generous benefits and leave package provided, including partial reimbursement of relocation expenses. Personal leave begins at six weeks per year for a full-time employee. ALSC observes 15 paid holidays.
Applications: ALSC is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourage women, persons of color, LGBTQ individuals, veterans, persons with disabilities, and persons from other underrepresented groups to apply. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Please email a cover letter and resume that includes three professional references to: Careers@alsc-law.org.
About Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC): As a private, nonprofit law firm, the mission of ALSC is to provide civil legal aid to those who cannot afford it. Through our work, we empower people and communities throughout Alaska to protect their safety, their health, and to promote family stability. Through advocacy, education, collaboration, and litigation, we empower individuals, protect fundamental rights, strengthen communities, create opportunities, and achieve justice.