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Office Services Associate (OSANH)

Fulltime (40 hours/wk) office services professional needed for law firm in Manchester, New Hampshire Monday-Friday:
9:
00am-6:
00 pm (work schedule may vary at times; flexibility is a plus). Previous experience working in a professional office setting is required. Applicant must have a professional demeanor and appearance and be highly motivated, willing to learn and possess the ability to multi task. Other Qualifications:
Requires intermediate computer skills in Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Excel, Word, etc.) Must have the ability to lift or move 50+ pounds and possess a high school diploma or equivalent.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
providing hands-on office support services:
litigation/high-volume copy production which includes the use of high-volume copiers and various binding equipment (GBC, Velo, etc.), high volume scanning, imaging, faxing, document production, supply inventory tracking, and processing of mail (mail delivery, operating postage meter). Previous experience in document services/mail work preferred. Work requires effective communication skills, strong attention to detail, ability to follow quality control processes, and working in a team environment. Position requires strong customer service skills and the ability to Exceed Customer Expectations! Those with a high level of customer service experience or one-on-one customer interaction will be considered. Training will be provided to qualified candidates.
GLC Business Services (www.glcbs.com) is a provider of on-site office support, records and file management services to professional firms. Flexible benefits plan (health care, dental, vision, life insurance, 401K) are available to all eligible employees. Please do not contact us by phone; if your resume meets the requirement of the position, you will be contacted. To be considered resumes must enter OSANH in subject line of email.
This is an hourly, entry level position. Compensation is $13 per hour.


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