POSITION SUMMARY: Under the supervision of Task Supervisor, performs routine document center support functions such as photocopying; delivering items; generating blowback; assembling notebooks, including pulling file copies of documents, tabbing binders, numbering, binding, labeling, re-filing documents and shelving; packing boxes and preparing them for shipment; bates stamping; ordering supplies; retrieving case materials; completing log sheets; answering phones; logging messages; faxing information, etc. Prepares documents for imaging/scanning. Assembles/disassembles documents as required, taking care to ensure that original documents are reassembled exactly to their original state. Maintains inventory/control records. Performs simple typing assignments using word processing equipment. (b) Qualifications. Ability to operate a variety of office equipment, including PCs, printers, photocopiers, scanners, telephone systems, fax machines, numbering and binding equipment, etc. Must be able to write and print clearly. Must have typing/keyboarding skills and good communication skills. Attention to detail very important. Must take the initiative to ask questions when necessary to complete task correctly(e.g. where instructions are not explicit or appear to be contrary to the task objective). Ability to read and follow instructions vey important. High school diploma or GED required. 2. Computer Skills: Applicant must have the ability to use MS Excel, MS Outlook, MS Access or other data bases, Word Perfect and Adobe Acrobat Professional. Able to perform legal research in Lexis/Nexis and/or West Law. 3. Communication skills are extremely important. Works and interacts professionally and effectively with all levels of staff. Ability to meet established deadlines and work as a team player in a professional office. Skill in meeting and dealing with people in a courteous and tactful manner. RESPONSIBILTIES: Maintaining records, receiving, preparing or verifying documents, searching for and compiling information and data; responding to routine request with standard answers by phone, in person, or by correspondence. Follows a number of specific procedures in completing several repetitive clerical steps performed in a prescribed or slightly varied sequence, such as coding and filing documents in an extensive alphabetical file, simple posting to individual accounts, opening mail, running mail through metering machines, and calculating and posting charges to departmental accounts. Little or no subject-matter knowledge is required, but the clerk needs to choose the proper procedure for each task. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Ability to read and follow instructions vey important. High school diploma or GED required. Secret Clearance must be obtainable.