A company that offers legal services has an open position for a Telecommuting Legal Call Center Intake Specialist in Orlando. Core Responsibilities Include: Updating clients verbally and/or via email on their case status as needed. Vetting the legal claims of prospective clients.
A legal company needs applicants for an opening for a Telecommute Court Reporters. Candidates will be responsible for the following: Capturing a verbatim record. Preparing accurate final transcript per client’s request. Shipping original exhibits to Production.
Facilitating many kinds of conversations – emergencies, medical procedures, legal situations. Accurately repeating critical information from one person to another. Qualifications Include: Interpretation experience. Professional certification and training.
Keep appropriate records as dictated by ethical and legal standards. Skills and Requirements Include: MD with completion of accredited psychiatry residency. BE/BC. A license to practice psychiatry. DEA certification. 3+ years experience providing clinical psychiatry services.
Must be legal to work for a U. S. company. Must be a native English speaker and be fluent in English with neutral accent. A BA/BS college degree in education and/or related field obtained or in progress. Minimum of 1 year teaching experience. Strong technology skills.
Provide transcription in the fields of legal depositions, insurance claims, state agencies, research and historical documents. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Include: Experienced transcriber who can produce accurate work in a timely manner.
Ability to work with applications, troubleshoot software, and execute instructions independently. Access to a secure high-speed internet connection and a quiet workspace. Currently living in and legally permitted to work in United States.
Active real estate broker license with education credits in real estate, management and legal compliance. High level experience in real estate compliance activities. Understanding of legal obligations of real estate professionals under the state and federal law.
Facilitating many kinds of conversations – emergencies, medical procedures, legal situations. Accurately repeating critical information from one person to another. Qualifications for this position include: Interpretation experience. Professional certification and training.
Minimum 100 hours of practical experience interpreting within the medical or legal fields. Excellent command of the languages and cultural context. Able to read and write in both native and acquired languages. Eligible to work in the United States and older than 21+ years.