• Legal Assistant II

    Category Legal
    Job Locations US-TN-Tullahoma
    Job ID
    Active - Full Time Hourly
  • Overview

    Provide high-quality administrative services in the preparation of all collection and general legal related matters for the SVP/General Counsel.


    • Prepare and mail collection letters from attorney, maintain monthly collection report and maintain tickler file.


    • Assist in the bankruptcy process, filing claims, retrieving documents and updating files.


    • Prepare and file General Sessions Court lawsuits, schedule court dates, and prepare files for court.


    • Prepare aliases, judgment letters, and continuance letters.


    • Monitor and revive judgments upon recommendation of Assistant VP of Asset Recovery.


    • Respond to subpoenas.


    • Respond to notices and file claims when credit union’s collateral has been seized. If necessary prepare documentation to be sent to an approved attorney to handle seizure.


    • File claims against members’ estates to protect the credit union’s interests and respond to deceased member account inquires.


    • Respond and process levies.


    • Assist Employees and Members with Power of Attorney inquiries.


    • Assist attorneys with foreclosure proceedings and follow up procedures.


    • Prepare all post judgment collection work, including executions, levies, liens, and garnishments. Issue and release judgment liens and levies when necessary.


    • . Coordinate drilling of safe deposit boxes, when appropriate, and disposal of contents.


    • Maintain notary applications.


    • Provide administrative support to SVP/General Counsel and Associate Counsel including typing letters, reports, and scheduling.


    • Read all internal publications including Source and Possibilities.


    • Two years college with one to three years secretarial emphasis or legal secretary experience or similar/related experience.


    • Must possess proficient word processing and administrative skills.


    • Excellent verbal communication skills to communicate professionally.


    • Must possess a high degree of poise and tact to represent the credit union positively in outside contacts.


    • Ability to organize and prioritize work with minimum supervision.


    • Excellent written skills required.


    • Regular and reliable attendance is required.


    • Possession of a valid, unrestricted driver’s license.


    • Working knowledge of computer programs including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Outlook, Excel and internet.


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