Careers

As one of California’s preeminent law firms serving public agencies, Sloan Sakai is always looking to hear from exceptional individuals interested in serving our clients. If you are a gifted, motivated attorney or experienced public sector professional interested in opportunities with our firm, please send your resume to resumes@sloansakai.com.

Legal Secretary

Sloan Sakai Yeung & Wong, a medium size law firm representing cities, counties, and non-profit organizations on policy, labor, and employment issues,  is seeking a full-time legal secretary to join its Sacramento office. The person in this position will be assigned to two or more partners and associates. Duties include drafting, formatting, and filing civil pleadings in court and with administrative agencies; also assisting with civil discovery. Duties also include answering phones, filing, photocopying and scanning documents, and providing general secretarial support to attorneys.

This position is ideal for an energetic, organized team player with excellent people skills and a positive attitude. Applicant must be enthusiastic about providing office support. At least two years of office experience is required.

Qualifications: Excellent verbal and written communication skills; organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills; ability to work independently; ability to handle changing priorities and multiple tasks; excellent work ethic and willingness to learn. Should have experience with the Microsoft Office suite, especially Word.  Knowledge of court rules, electronic filings, and calendar/docket skills a plus.

This position is paid and offers full benefits. To be considered, applicants must submit their resume along with a cover letter describing their education, career goals, salary requirements, relevant experience, and fit for the job.  Send application documents to resumes@sloansakai.com. Applicants without a cover letter will not be considered. Candidates who are selected for interview will be asked to provide three references.  No phone calls, please.