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(Updated 11/30/2015)

Anchorage: Receptionist for Municipal Prosecutor's Office - Municipality of Anchorage

The Municipal Attorney’s Office is recruiting for a Receptionist/Legal Clerk II. 

Example of Duties:

Serve as the receptionist for the Criminal Division, Department of Law. Receive and process incoming calls and take verbatim messages as necessary. Assist and respond to requests from individuals who appear in person at the office. Receive, sort, date stamp, distribute and provide for the initial distribution of all incoming mail and municipal documents. Maintain staff reporting and tracking log to monitor staff whereabouts. Forward faxes, emails, phones calls and messages to attorneys/staff. Copying/scanning as requested. Order supplies as needed. Stock supply room. Maintain fee checking account. Perform other related duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications / Substitutions / Preferences:

Graduation from high school or equivalent and three (3) years of progressively responsible experience in office clerical and secretarial functions, two (2) years of which must have been in a legal or law enforcement environment which includes one (1) year at the level of Legal Clerk I with the Municipality of Anchorage, Communication Clerk I/II or Police Clerk with the Anchorage Police Department, or the equivalent elsewhere.

Must obtain Alaska Public Safety Information Network (APSIN) clearance within one month after hire.


Prefer applicants with knowledge of legal formats, legal citations, exhibits, grammar and syntax; legal filing, forms, processes and procedures; legal office practices and procedures, and domestic violence dynamics. Ability to type a minimum of at least 35 WPM. Candidates with prior operating experience with Alaska Public Safety Information Network (APSIN) Software.

Hours: Monday through Friday; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Location: City Hall; 632 W 6th Avenue, Anchorage, AK

Interested candidates may find more information about how to apply at under Current Job Openings.

(Posted 11/30/2015)

Anchorage: Receptionist - Sedor Wendlandt Evans & Filippi, LLC

We are looking for a receptionist for our downtown law firm. As our receptionist, you will be the first point of contact with firm clients and contacts and be expected to oversee and direct the flow of people and calls into and throughout the office in a professional manner. You will also be expected to provide administrative support across the company, performing and completing such tasks in an accurate and timely fashion. Part-time potential. Salary DOE.


Responsibilities include: 

  • Receive visitors by greeting, welcoming, directing and announcing them appropriately
  • Answer, screen and forward incoming phone calls while providing basic information when needed
  • Receive and sort mail/deliveries/couriers 
  • Monitor and control access to and within the office 
  • Perform other clerical duties such as filing, photocopying, collating, faxing, etc.
  • Monitor and maintain tidiness of common areas, including reception area, conference rooms, and kitchen
  • Track and organize office supplies


  • Proven working experience in similar roles
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Professional appearance suitable for law firm environment
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to be resourceful and proactive in dealing with issues that may arise
  • Ability to organize, multitask and prioritize
  • High school degree

 Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to

(Posted 11/30/2015)

Anchorage: Full-Time Transactional Coordinator - Cook Inlet Region, Inc.

General Function: In alignment with CIRI’s mission and values, responsible for overseeing the commercial and residential transactional processes related to real estate development. In addition, provide support directing project consultants and ensuring CIRI’s interests are protected.

Minimum Experience/Education: Two to four years’ experience in the real estate industry, paralegal or commercial title company; or any combination of education, training and/or experience that provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities.

Interested applicants may apply online at Resumes will not be accepted without a completed employment application.

CIRI Shareholders are strongly encouraged to apply.

(Posted 10/12/2015)

Matanuska-Susitna Borough: Legal Intern

Legal Intern Summer Assignment: The individual occupying this Legal Intern position is responsible for providing project support to the Borough Attorney, Deputy and Assistant Borough Attorneys, and for completing specific projects, as assigned.

The Legal Intern will assist the Borough Attorney, Deputy and Assistant Borough Attorneys in various aspects of municipal legal issues. The Legal Intern may be involved in such activities as researching State and/or Federal law, researching legislative history, preparing legal memoranda, drafting local laws, implementing mandated programs, and interacting with other Borough staff. The Legal Intern may represent the Borough in proceedings before the Planning Commission, the Office of Administrative Hearings, or the Animal Care and Regulation Board. If the Legal Intern satisfies the applicable criteria of the rules of court, the Legal Intern may be involved in representing the Borough in court under the direct supervision of an attorney. Assignments are project-oriented and involve the application of basic legal principles of property, planning, zoning, law enforcement, taxation, procurement, administrative and municipal law, and are performed with independence after project requirements are identified.

Notwithstanding any of the above descriptions, all of the duties assigned and performed, including court appearances, will be within the limitations of the Alaska Rules of Professional Responsibility promulgated by the Supreme Court of Alaska.

Minimum Requirements: Current enrollment and completion of at least one year of law school (L1, L2, L3); valid driver’s license; provide writing sample; and must provide an official or unofficial transcript.

Inquiries to Shannon Bodolay, Assistant Borough Attorney. Fill out an application online at:

(Posted 11/3/2015)
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