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Paralegal/Coordinator, Program Integrity

Company: NCCCO
Location: Salt Lake City
Posted on: August 7, 2022

Job Description:

The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) is a nonprofit providing essential services to the load-handling industry! Since 1995, NCCCO has developed effective performance testing standards for those working in and around load handling equipment, including cranes. NCCCO is the national leader in providing crane operator certification and has been deemed as an essential service. We are committed to quality, integrity, and fairness in testing and have issued certifications in all 50 states. NCCCO has offices in Murray, Utah, Fairfax, Virginia and Palm Harbor, Florida.
NCCCO has an immediate opening for a Paralegal/Coordinator, Program Integrity position in our Murray, Utah office. This position will support the Legal Department in the Utah office.
POSITION SUMMARY:
Under the direction of Corporate Counsel and the General Counsel, the successful candidate's primary responsibilities include:

Assist and provide a range of legal and administrative support to resolve routine legal and related issues. The position involves support for traditional in-house roles such as litigation management, risk mitigation, corporate issues, and IP management.
Provide administrative support to in-house counsel while also assisting attorney in preparing complex documents and tracking documents.
Create/transcribe records of highly sensitive meetings and conversations, prepares correspondence, annotates documents and files, and arranges related appointments, calendars, and schedules.
Manage policies and procedures for key processes including program integrity, ethics and discipline matters, administrative appeals, and requests for testing accommodations.
Provide support as lead staff member assisting two committees comprised of outside subject matter experts. This position requires discretion, judgement, tact, and poise, as well as a broad range of skills relating to the investigation and management of candidate disciplinary and test integrity matters.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Assist with pending and potential litigation matters

Litigation holds and follow up
Responses to subpoenas
Pending litigation matters
Performance of settlement agreements
Legal projects and related research

Support and coordinate disciplinary & test integrity matters/investigations

Uses discretion and independent judgement to conduct extensive fact-gathering interviews related to disciplinary & test integrity matters
Draft correspondence regarding disciplinary & test integrity matters, and the violation of operating policies that occur
Draft reports relating to disciplinary & test integrity matters
Provide staff support to applicable appeal committees
Prepare presentations regarding disciplinary & test integrity matters
Manage internal tracking of disciplinary & test integrity matters

Support and coordinate applications for testing accommodations

Understand the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other federal laws regarding testing accommodations
Draft correspondence regarding testing accommodation applications
Work with outside expert consultants
Prepare presentations regarding testing accommodations
Manage internal tracking of testing accommodations

This position will be required to work in the office. NCCCO is committed to providing safe, clean, and appropriately low-density work environments. NCCCO complies with all CDC requirements and NCCCO's offices follow best practices with respect to COVID-19 guidelines and protocols.
QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS:

Degree or Certification in Paralegal Studies
Bachelor's Degree
3-5 years' experience as a Paralegal. Notary license is a plus.
This position requires the ability occasionally to travel locally, regionally, and nationally
Regular days/hours of work are Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

JOB CONDITIONS:
NCCCO is seeking qualified applicants whom reflect and understand OUR VALUES of Quality, Integrity, Fairness, Excellence, Service and Respect. CCO is a fast-paced, high-energy organization with an ambitious agenda and staff that is highly motivated. This position may experience high work demands under tight timelines.
CCO is an equal opportunity and drug free employer
Benefits:

Monday - Friday schedule
18 Paid Time Off (PTO)
14 Paid Holidays (including 1 Floating Holiday)
Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance (fully paid by NCCCO)
401K (with the company match)
Profit Sharing
Life Insurance (fully paid by NCCCO)
Short/Long Term Disability (fully paid by NCCCO)
Celebrating 26 years as an organization
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Keywords: NCCCO, Salt Lake City , Paralegal/Coordinator, Program Integrity, Legal , Salt Lake City, Utah

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