Salary Range: $60,000-$65,000
Highly regarded downtown Colorado Springs personal injury law firm is seeking an experienced personal injury/litigation paralegal. Collaborative and congenial work environment. Competitive salary and benefits package. 5+ years experience in personal injury/medical malpractice/litigation. Knowledge of Colorado and Federal Rules of Procedure, experience in summarizing medical records, calendaring, deadline and task management, preparing cases for mediation and trial, assist in drafting discovery requests and responses, court pleadings, trial preparation and witness scheduling, e-filing with state and federal courts, and initial case intake and evaluation. Extremely strong organizational skills, attention to detail, strong verbal and written communication skills, ability to self-prioritize time and tasks, and to complete work independently with oversight. BA or Paralegal Certificate preferred. Must be committed to excellence and client care.
Benefits include health insurance, dental, vision, long and short term care insurance, life insurance, 401k/profit sharing plan, vacation and sick time.
Please email resume and cover letter to Jeanine Benkoski.
Ritsema Law, LLC is a Denver-based workers’ compensation insurance defense firm representing clients in Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico. We are seeking an entry-level litigation associate in the firm’s Colorado Springs, Colorado office with 0-3 years of experience.
Responsibilities include research, litigation support, the ability to interact with clients professionally, and eventually the ability to manage and litigate cases independently.
We offer flexible work schedules (including hybrid options), and a team-oriented philosophy centered upon delivering the best possible service and results to our clients. Excellent benefits include a successful and well-established mentorship program, competitive salary, 401(k), Profit Sharing Plan, Employer Paid Health Insurance, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance. Salary: $90,000 - $115,000 (depending on prior workers’ compensation and/or litigation experience).
Interested candidates should apply by emailing a letter of interest, resume, references and a writing sample to email@example.com
This position offers a competitive salary, commensurate with relevant education and work experience. The starting salary range is calculated between $23.00 - $27.08 / hr. Benefits include: Medical, dental, vision, paid vacation, retirement plan.
Pikes Peak Regional Building Department (the “Department”) is currently looking for an experienced executive administrative assistant with minimum of three (3) years of government type of work or other legal work experience. The Executive Administrative Assistant will manage the day-to-day operations of the office(s), performing administrative duties for executive-level management. This individual will work closely with the Regional Building Attorney, Legal Administrative Assistant(s), Finance Department and Human Resources staff, the Regional Building Official, and other management staff preparing and filing legal documents; maintaining deadlines and corresponding tickler systems; managing calendars; preparing legal notices; managing electronic records; organizing and maintaining physical files and records; planning, scheduling, and coordinating meetings, appointments, and events; preparing and editing correspondence, reports, presentations, and meeting minutes; acting as governing bodies’ secretary; responding to day-to-day customer and staff needs; and maintaining customer and partner agencies relations in a professional manner and environment. The Executive Administrative Assistant must possess strong (i.e., excellent) reading skills, writing skills, proofreading skills, computer and research skills, flexibility to learn and adjust to new processes and procedures, excellent interpersonal skills, and project coordination experience. Sensitivity to confidential matters may be required. Ability to accurately and timely comply with strict deadlines with zero tolerance for omission(s) or error(s) is a required skill for the position. Work is performed under the general direction of the Regional Building Attorney and the Regional Building Official.
Trustee Services Group PLLC (www.TrusteeServicesGroup.com) is looking for an experienced and well respected professional to serve as Vice President of Fiduciary Services to manage existing Trust client relationships and to assist with the stewardship of its rapidly expanding practice and client base.
Based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Trustee Services Group (TSG) is an attorney owned and operated professional services firm specializing in estate and trust fiduciary services.
With offices in Colorado Springs, Fort Collins and Cheyenne, Wyoming, TSG is also looking to enhance its presence in the Denver area.
TSG does not manage wealth but instead delivers an “open architecture” model of trustee services which embraces the role of the family’s trusted wealth advisor in the continued management of the generational wealth.
The Ideal Candidate
The ideal candidate will be a “recovered attorney”, a licensed attorney who no longer desires to practice law but instead thrives on working collaboratively with attorneys, financial advisors, and CPAs in helping families successfully navigate the various complexities of generational wealth from the Trustee position.
The successful candidate must be a self-motivated and responsible individual who can work independently and thrive in an environment where time management, communication, attention to detail and timely follow-through are critical. A proven strong character and desire to work in a team environment is a must.
About Trustee Services Group
Established in 2009, with its home office in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and office presence also in Denver, Fort Collins and Cheyenne, Wyoming, Trustee Services Group exists to collaboratively help families and individuals successfully navigate the various complexities of generational wealth.
TSG has two lines of business . . .
Trustee Services Group does not manage wealth. We never have and never will. Instead, Trustee Services Group oversees the wealth management process, and firmly believes that families benefit from the continued involvement of the family’s chosen professional advisory team.
We understand that wealth in family is complex. Our desire to serve families in the context of this complexity is what fuels us daily.
As a neutral third party, our goal and desire is to come alongside the family’s advisory team to provide guidance and oversight as families transition their wealth and look to steward their personal legacy through their estate and trust wealth.
Our unique relational focus, and Open Architecture™ approach, best equips families to successfully navigate through the complexities of wealth transfer in their family.
The responsibilities, skills and qualities required include:
The responsibilities, skills and qualities required of the Director of Legacy Development position include: TrusteeServicesGroup.com
Compensation & Benefits
Initial starting salary dependent upon experience. Salary range: $85,000-150,000.
TSG offers a unique revenue sharing model which allows the VP of Fiduciary Services to financially benefit, without cap or limit, from well serving client relationships.
Additionally, for licensed attorneys, TSG offers the ability to become a partner in this thriving professional service organization.
TSG also offers a full package of employee benefits including health, vision, and life insurance, as well as a 401(k) retirement saving plan with employer match.
If this job is for you . . .
We will contact qualified applicants by phone or email within two weeks of submission.
Salary: $59,000-99,000 Annually
Working under the supervision of the Managing Attorney of CLS’ Colorado Springs Office, the attorney provides advice, brief services, and/or full representation to clients who have experienced domestic violence, most often in domestic relations matters. The attorney, along with co-workers, also conducts outreach and builds and maintains relationships with community partners and organizations.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Must be licensed to practice law in Colorado. Strong communication skills required for client interaction and outreach; English/Spanish bilingual ability preferred. Must have demonstrated time-management skills, the ability to reprioritize as needs shift, and basic proficiency in Office 365. Experience in domestic relations casework or working with vulnerable populations is preferred.
Benefits include PTO, Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, HSA and FSA accounts.
To apply, please email a cover letter and resume with contact information for three references to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Colorado Springs DR Attorney" in the subject line.
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