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Legal Administrative Assistant at Emara & Soliman - STJEGYPT

Legal Administrative Assistant at Emara & Soliman - STJEGYPT


Work Type : Full Time
Experience : 0-3 Years
Gender : male and female
Salary: 7500 EGP/month
Salary Type : Net Salary
Location: Cairo,EG
About the position:
•This is a hybrid position
•Full time; 40 hours/week
•Working Hours are from 4:00 pm-12:00 am (Cairo Local Time), Monday to Friday (Saturday & Sunday off)
•Pay rate is 7500 EGP/month.
•Two weeks of paid vacation, including official holidays in Egypt.

Responsibilities:
•Assistance with document collection
•Document processing (digital file organization, naming, quality control)
•Review of client financial information and bank records for investment cases
•Review forms and questionnaires for accuracy
•Complete tasks assigned in MyCase and Docketwise case management platforms
•Draft cover letters and tables of contents for cases
•Client communications related to case processing by phone & email
•Assist with client case status inquiries via emails and phone
•Marketing and networking for Shoreline Immigration Egypt
•Write content for Shoreline Immigration website and Social media channels.

Candidate Requirements:
•Fluent in English and Arabic (speak, read, write) is a must, additional language is a plus.
•Strong communication skills; verbal and written
•Professional, willingness to learn and maintain a positive attitude
•Attention to details
•Reliable internet connection & computer for full-time remote work
•Proficiency in MS Office ( Word, Excel, PowerPoint) PDF Software, Email Communications
•Bachelors Degree – Fresh Grad (AUC or GUC graduates are preferred)
•Legal, Marketing, and Sales background are preferable but not necessary.
•Excellent Research Skills.

**The deadline to receive applications is Thursday 12/05/2022

You can apply via LinkedIn or by email at [email protected] mentioning the Subject " U.S. Immigration Legal Assistant"

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