EST. 1979

IPA's Job Bank

Among the many benefits of membership with the Indiana Paralegal Association is the popular Job Bank. Members have access to full Job Bank ads with contact information for these positions through the Members Section of the website.  Below we have listed the basic information for the current openings posted to our Job Bank. In order to review the full ads with contact information, please click here and log in using your email address and password, then click on Members Only, then Paralegal Career Center, then IPA Job Bank.  If you are not a member and would like information on joining the association, please contact membership@indianaparalegals.org for assistance.

Employers and recruiters may post their paralegal job openings with us for the following fees:$50 for a 30-day listing; $75 for a 60-day listing; and $100 for a 90-day listing.  If you would like to list a job opening with us, please contact the Job Bank Director at jobbank@indianaparalegals.org.  Your listing will reach our entire membership. Email your job listing in Word format or in an e-mail, including contact information for applicants to contact you directly, to the Job Bank Director, and feel free to review the postings below for ideas on preparing your own listing.

Only ads containing a job description considered appropriate for the skill set of a paralegal will be considered for posting.

Current Job Bank Listings    Updated on April 1, 2021.

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Julie H. Johnson, IRP

IPA Job Bank Director

jobbank@indianaparalegals.org

  • 24 Mar 2021 11:44 AM | Julie Johnson (Administrator)

    Looking for an experienced Corporate Paralegal to be responsible for corporate governance support for numerous subsidiary entities.  Primary duties may include, but are not limited to: Prepare board and shareholder resolutions to facilitate various corporate actions; maintain virtual and hard bound corporate record books; prepare and evaluate legal documentation to resolve problems, close transactions, and/or maintain good corporate governance; conduct legal research and analysis, and recommend appropriate course of action; perform fact checking, gather documents, research and respond to audit requests and various inquiries; schedule, prepare and organize materials for, attend telephonically and take minutes of board meetings; assist with preparing documents to create entities; merge entities, eliminate entities and qualify entities in various states; prepare and file secretary of state forms; prepare biographical affidavits for officers, directors and key management personnel; maintain entity management database.

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