Internship Bond & Botes Bankruptcy Law Firm

internship - part time, unpaid

Birmingham School Law
Birmingham, AL
Closed
Posted 96 Days ago
Birmingham School Law
Birmingham, AL
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 96 Days ago
Closed

Description

Internship Bond & Botes Bankruptcy Law Firm Internship Bond & Botes Bankruptcy Law Firm Location: 15 Southlake Lane, Suite 140, Birmingham, AL 35244 Employment Type: Part time, Intern Job Description: Bond & Botes Bankruptcy Lawfirm is looking for a qualified intern to join our team. This intern should be prepared to work in a fast-paced team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of a consumer bankruptcy practice. This is a true internship that does not offer pay and will not exceed a few hours a day. At the end, the intern may be offered a paying permanent position or a letter of recommendation. Responsibilities Assist in data mining for e-mail campaigns, online promotion, etc. Assist in scanning in all client documents to their paperless file Assist with reporting of performance Assist with monitoring the consult and court calendars Help Perform analysis of marketing and sales data Open and sort mail Enter contact information into contact management systems Provide support to social media efforts Provide Back up to the Receptionist Job Requirements: This person should have excellent verbal and written communication skills, with extensive knowledge of Web and social media. PowerPoint, Word and Excel experience is a requirement and will be considered when choosing the best applicant for this internship position. Be Careful NOT TO SKIP the below Instructions In order to be considered, you must send your resume to ampattorneyconsulting@gmail.com and leave a message at 214-632-2962 with 4 reasons why you should be granted this internship.

Skills

social media, microsoft word, microsoft excel, microsoft powerpoint, analysis, marketing, sales, organization, data mining, written and verbal communication, written communication, law, consumer bankruptcy, court proceedings, employment

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