Agent Licensing Clerk Job Description Sample
The Licensing Clerk is responsible for providing administrative support to the licensing team.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Responsible for the coordination and application of all new city and county licensing for both new and existing offices.
Update location and license records as needed in shared database.
Responsible for ensuring physician practice receives current licenses.
Assist Licensing Analyst with renewals.
Respond to questions from regulatory agencies regarding renewals for physician practices.
Responsible for filing licenses in central filing system.
Reviews completed forms for signatures and proper entries
Provides information to the public by mail or telephone
Excellent organizational skills; detail oriented with the ability to exercise initiative, use sound judgment and employ effective problem solving techniques in the decision making process
Computer skills Microsoft Office and Internet experience.
Experience with creation and use of Excel spreadsheets
Confidentiality of pertinent issues as needed.
Ability to work collaboratively within all company departments as well as with any third party vendors regarding licensing activity and issues.
Ability to meet application submission deadlines with government agencies.
Ability to thrive in very fast-paced environment
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
High school diploma or equivalent
Experience in the Healthcare Industry strongly preferred
Experience working with Government agencies helpful (i.e. Dept of Health, CLIA, CMS, AHCA)
CONFIDENTIAL AND SENSITIVE INFORMATION:
- Must properly control the release of proprietary and confidential information
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.
Job Description Clause
The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.
Securities Licensing Clerk (Ops Support Analyst OE )
Primerica currently has the following opening at our corporate office in Duluth, Georgia:
The Securities Licensing Clerk (Ops Support Analyst OE) works with management to resolve issues and inquiries relating to Securities Licensing and assists with special projects as required. The candidate responds to inquiries from Primerica Agents regarding U4 forms and licensing. M onday-Friday 7:30am – 4:30pm.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS and ABILITIES
Minimum High School Diploma or GED required
3-5 years' work experience
Excellent problem-solving skills
Excellent typing and 10-key skills
Attention to detail
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work under pressure and changing deadlines
Ability to work overtime as necessary
Primerica is a Main Street Company for Main Street North America. Our goal is to create more financially independent families. We are headquartered in Duluth, GA. Primerica employees support our representatives to provide appropriate solutions through term life insurance, mutual funds, annuities and other financial products. We insured more than 5 million lives and have over 2 million client investment accounts. Our stock is traded on The New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "PRI".
Four years in a row Primerica has been recognized by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution as one of the best workplaces in Georgia! Over the past five years Primerica has consistently been voted Best Employer by Gwinnett Magazine in its special "Best of Gwinnett" winner editions.
Call Agent - Reservations - Licensing Sales - Remote
Are you interested in working from the comfort of your own home? Do you have excellent customer service skills? If so, we are currently looking for residents within the states of:
Delaware (DE), Florida (FL), Texas (TX), Wisconsin (WI)
to join our team of remote customer service agents!
Pay is hourly based on location; paychecks are paid bi-weekly
Wage is $8.25
Wage is non-negotiable
Save on transportation costs! Work and train from home
No outbound calling or commission requirements
No need to use your own personal computer! We will provide a thin client with preloaded programs, dial pad, headset, keyboard, and mouse. All listed equipment is shipped directly to your home!
Connect with your team of co-workers and our valued customers
Enjoy our Employee Incentive program on Day 1 of taking live calls!
Since 2006, our at-home customer service agents have been assisting customers with camping & activity reservations, as well as hunting & fishing licensing needs across North America.
A quiet, distraction-free work environment
Standard landline phone or a cable/digital phone provider that our systems support; cell phones or satellite phones cannot be used with our system
High-Speed internet connection with the ability to connect directly to the modem via Ethernet cable (no wireless connections)
You must provide your own standard desktop monitor (no all-in-one computers, tablets, laptops or TV's can be used monitors).
Job duties include:
Provide over-the-phone assistance for client requests, questions, and light troubleshooting.
Accessing company programs within company databases to meet customer requests.
Communicate effectively while referencing Company scripted material, policies, guidelines, and procedures.
Maintain productivity goals and quality assurance standards.
Maintain an excellent attendance record.
Attend all mandated virtual training sessions, including any ongoing training and development plans.
AspiraTM provides connected experiences for the outdoor recreation industry. Our comprehensive suite of reservation and licensing technology and service solutions support federal, state, provincial, and local government park, campground, and conservation agencies, conveniently connecting them with outdoor adventure seekers from around the world. Aspira is headquartered in Dallas, TX with nine offices worldwide. For more information, please visit AspiraConnect.com.
AspiraTM is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
Agent Contracting And Licensing Assoc
Responsible for creating, maintaining and updating routine to moderately complex information on appointed agents/agencies for the business. Reviews contract applications for accuracy and completeness assigns and maintains agent/agency producer codes. Processes state appointments for agents by accessing website(s) of our third party vendor(s). Applicable documents are imported into our imaging system to maintain up to date information in agent files.
The associate reviews credit and criminal background information and escalates for review when an exception to standard policy is requested.
The associate maintains accurate data on appointed agents/agencies which may include updates to name, address, payment information, compliance training, and etc. Answers telephone calls regarding agent/agency status and provides support for our agent website AgentView.
The associate applies knowledge of department policies and procedures and utilizes understanding of the business and organization. The associate may also perform other duties as assigned.
Essential duties and Responsibilities:
Process new agent contracts
Process state appointments and update records accordingly
Maintains/updates agent records
Responsible for understanding and applying our department procedures and practices
High school diploma or equivalent
Two-four years of related experience
Agent Licensing Coordinator
This position performs all related tasks to maintain compliance per company and regulatory guidelines which includes monitoring, processing and performing audits agency contracts and agent appointments and terminations for DHP and its associates who are responsible for the sale and marketing of insurance. This position is responsible for ensuring all aspects of the licensing process is completed within regulatory established time frames. This position manages all activities in the contracting process with external agencies as well as administering the Continuing Education program offered by DHP.
The incumbent will work independently with minimal supervision and should be able to work efficiently in a fast paced environment, this includes responsibility for independent decision making and escalating issues to the Manager of Sales Training and Compliance when appropriate.
Essential Job Duties:
1.Facilitates the Agency contracting processes for DHP and Prevea360 – 30%
Serves as the primary contact for agency executives throughout the Agency contracting process
Works closely with DHP General Counsel/Director – Legal, in the development of Agency Agreement (contract) rewrites.
Develops drafts of amendments to the Agency Agreement following direction from the Manager of Sales Training and Compliance and DHP General Counsel/Director – Legal.
Maintain complete and accurate agency records that will be available for internal and external audits (Model Audit Rule – MAR; Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services – CMS; and the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance – OCI).
Contract and compile required information on new and terminated agencies to remain compliant with OCI and IRS document retention requirements.
Responds to Agency inquiries regarding commissions and is the point of contact for discrepancies in commission payments.
2.Ensures effective handling of all agent licensing activities, including appointments and terminations, by properly complying with and interpreting state insurance licensing rules and regulations – 30%
Correspond with state regulators, agency partners and other business partners regarding new appointments and terminations.
Monitors, processes and documents sales agent licenses, appointments, terminations, and license renewals.
Create and maintain credible and knowledgeable relationship with present and prospective brokers that represent or wish to represent Dean Health Plan/Prevea360 Health Plan in the marketplace.
Facilitates the research of electronic files and databases reflecting agent licensing information using multiple internal, vendor, state insurance department systems, and the Federally Facilitated Marketplace.
Conduct background checks including OIG/GSA validation on all requests for appointment.
Process agent appointments and terminations; ensures that proper paperwork is completed and filed for appointment.
Communicates agent appointment status and other information to stakeholders throughout the organization.
Maintain complete agent records, through a check/balance procedure, on transactions required for accurate audit results.
3.Administers Continuing Education (CE) program for licensed agent related training activities – 20%
Expert level knowledge of CE requirements and processes.
Submits all CE outlines and instructors to OCI for course approval.
Maintains a database of all approved and pending CE courses.
Creates Certificates of Completion and provides copies to all attendees.
Reports successful completion of CE course attendees to State approved vendor to track earned CEs.
Retains complete records of all attendees.
4.Oversight of reporting, audit, and monitoring activities – 15%
Perform quarterly audit of licensing activities for compliance with company processes and state requirements.
Conduct annual review of agents listed for accurately balancing the OCI annual billing.
Weekly review of OCI agent database to identify terminated agents.
Monthly review of OIG/GSA database to validate any adverse reports of contracted agencies or appointed agents.
Annual verification of agent's certification to sell on the Federally Facilitated Marketplace.
Update agency/agent records and contracting status if adverse information is received.
5.Serve as Subject Matter Expert for all agency/agent related activities within organization – 5%
Commissions system updates (ICM)
Agent of Record processes
1.Bachelor's degree with 1 year experience in an environment working with agency licensing; or Associates degree with 3 years of experience in an environment working with agency licensing; or High School diploma plus 5 years of experience in an environment working with agency/broker contracting agreements.
2.Knowledge of health insurance industry.
3.Proven self-starter who is aggressive and well organized.
4.Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and meet time sensitive deadlines with minimal supervision.
5.Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
6.Proficient computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, and database applications.
7.Ability to generate timely and accurate reports and correspondence.
8.Strong analytical and decision making skills and ability to perform detailed work.
9.Exceptional interpersonal skills with a proven history of building and developing relationships.
1.Working knowledge of advanced agency/broker licensing procedures and licensing laws.
Essential Physical Functions:
1.Job tasks are primarily sedentary in nature.
2.Ability to perform fine motor skills while using the computer or writing. Computer use may occur for extended periods.
3.Ability to hear and converse on the phone and in person.
4.Ability to continuously perform fine motor tasks, such as computer, writing or phone tasks.
5.Ability to lift and to push/pull objects up to 20 lbs.
Dean Health Plan, Inc.-
Established in 1983, Dean Health Plan is the insurance services subsidiary of Dean and SSM Health. It maintains a position of leadership in insurance services through a physician-led integrated health system that improves the health of its members and delivers a superior level of service and care. We're looking for talented individuals committed to improving the health of community through innovation, partnership and integrity.
Secretary 3 Agent Licensing - Department Of Insurance
Work for Indiana
Join U.S News & World Report's #1 state government! With more than 50 executive branch agencies, the State of Indiana is a diverse workforce offering applicants stimulating and challenging projects across a broad scope of career opportunities. As a State of Indiana employee, you impact the well-being of Indiana's communities every day.
Indiana Department of Insurance
The purpose of the Indiana Department of Insurance is to protect Hoosiers as they purchase and use insurance products to keep their assets and their families from loss or harm. Consumers may need assistance with certain claim situations or just help in understanding how their policies work. Our other primary obligation is to monitor the financial solvency of the insurance companies domiciled in Indiana so that the legal promises made in insurance policies are honored. To these ends, our Department staff is committed to providing exceptional customer service for both our consumers and our companies, and to maintain a fair and objective viewpoint as we examine each issue and circumstance within our jurisdiction.
Secretary 3 Agent Licensing
This position is the lead position in Agency Services for processing and approving resident and non-resident renewals. This position is the lead position for processing and approving licensing of independent adjusters, public adjusters and consultants. The position makes disposition of applications by reviewing background information, researching the NIPR Warehouse, other states actions in SPLD, RIRS and I-Site. . The position maintains business rules, procedures, and processes for both paper and electronic renewal applications and coordinates with NIPR and Sircon for accuracy. The position identifies systemic problems, defines problems and makes the necessary suggestions, changes or upgrades with NIPR and Sircon. Generates a JIRA case for Sircon when necessary to resolve technical and customer issues that cannot be fixed internally. The position is responsible for appropriate disposition of completed files and application by storing hard copy files and ensuring electronic documents are filed on the Shared drive for future reference and access by other IDOI Staff.
A day in the life
Communicate effectively with public by answering phone calls from applicants, agents and consumers and redirecting them to proper place if needed.
Answer questions about the operation of Agent Licensing, licensing policies, procedures, or regulations such as IC 27-1-15.6, IC 27-1-15.7 and what authority the Department has as described in IC 27-4-1.
Evaluate information on applications to verify completeness and accuracy and to determine whether applicants are qualified to obtain desired license(s). Must understand IC 27-1-15.6-6. Code the information on license applications for entry into the standardized Sircon database system.
Collect prescribed fees for licenses per IC 27-1-15.6. Prepare detailed records of applications made and licensing fees collected. Forward records and fees to the Chief Financial Officer.
After the completion of time sensitive tasks inform applicants by email, mail, or telephone of additional steps or information needed to complete the approval process. Information may include a clearance letter from another state, pre-licensing education certificates, examination results, incomplete personal background questions, and even legal clarification. By resolution of problems and issues the data file is complete in the system and the license is approved.
Update electronically operational records, system data files and licensing information. Perform record checks on past or current licensees as required by investigations. Respond to correspondence from insurance companies and agencies regarding the licensure of agents, brokers, or adjusters.
Cross-train other workers and coordinate their training as necessary.
What we're looking for
One (1) year clerical, secretarial, word processing experience, or related experience or accredited college training in a related field.
Must successfully complete the NAIC course titled Foundations of Insurance Regulation within the first year of employment.
Customer and Personal Service — Knowledge of insurance licensing principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.
Clerical — Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as the Sircon database, word processing, managing files and records, designing forms, and other office procedures and terminology.
English Language — Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
Law and Government — Knowledge of insurance laws, legal codes, procedures, precedents, insurance regulations, executive orders, agency rules, and the democratic political process. This includes IC 27-1-3, IC 27 -1-5, IC 27-1-15.6, IC 27-1-15.7, IC 27-1-15.8, IC 27- 1- 16.1, IC 27-1-27, IC 27-1-28, IC 27-19.
Public Safety and Security — Knowledge of relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and strategies to promote effective local, state, or national security operations for the protection of people, data, property, and institutions.
Computers and Electronics — Knowledge of computer software such as Sircon database, NIPR database, Word and Excel, including applications and searches. This includes databases for Licensing, Renewals, Continuing Education, Inquiries, Printing, Payments, Revenue Tracking System Tool Box for letters and forms, and the associated dash boards.
Qualified applicant will be hired above posted salary with a 10% salary increase upon completing the NAIC Course
The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes:
Choose from four medical plans (including RX coverage), vision and dental
Wellness program that offers eligibility into a discounted medical plan
Health savings account, offered for most medical plans, includes state contributions
Deferred compensation account (similar to a private sector's 401 K plan) with employer match, as well as a choice between two fully funded pension plans
Group life insurance
Employee assistance program that allows for covered behavioral health visits
Paid vacation, personal and sick time off
The State of Indiana offers other generous leave policies covering a variety of employee needs
New Parent Leave
12 company paid holidays, 14 on election years
Qualified employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
Free downtown parking
Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Front Desk Agent - Clerk - Guest Experience Maker
The Front Desk Agent
Guest Experience Maker is responsible for providing efficient and exceptional service to a wide variety of individuals on a daily basis; including, guests, potential guests, vendor partners and La Quinta team members.
A key responsibility of this position is to create Here For You experiences which leave our guests and potential guests feeling assured, settled in and optimistic about La Quinta. These experiences can be delivered through a variety of activities, including: welcoming our guests, extending recognition to loyal guests and military members, providing an accurate and efficient check in/check out process, promoting the La Quinta Returns program, assisting guests during their stay with questions or concerns and providing exceptional service to individuals contacting the hotel via phone. Individuals in this role must adhere to the company's standards and procedures in order to deliver a consistent guest experience across the brand while complying with all safety, security and quality measures.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Provide a friendly, welcoming experience by greeting guests as they enter the hotel. Welcome loyal guests and military members using the best practices outlined for each program. Ensure Elite guests receive the designated gift upon arrival.
Provide all guests (including groups) with a friendly, accurate and efficient check-in / check-out process while following the company's policies and procedures. Prepare for check-ins before the guest arrives by using the arrivals grid, preparing express check-ins, and planning for group arrivals. Ensure the front desk/lobby areas remain clean, organized and ready to greet guests.
Verify and collect guest payments and identification, ensuring all procedures are followed to protect sensitive guest information including identity and credit card information. Process all financial transactions with strict adherence to defined procedures.
Operate the hotel key control system while strictly following all key safety & security procedures.
Place timely welcome calls to ensure each check-in guest has arrived to a freshly clean, inviting room with all amenities working. Set up wake-up calls as requested by guests to ensure they wake up refreshed and ready to take on the day.
Promote the La Quinta Returns loyalty program to any non-enrolled guests. Accurately process enrollments for guests joining the program and correctly deposit points into eligible Returns accounts.
Answer the hotel phone in a manner which provides a genuine Here For You experience to every caller. Listen, identify and resolve the caller's need(s). Properly and efficiently transfer calls as necessary. Route calls to guest rooms according to the company's policies which ensure sensitive guest information and privacy is maintained.
Provide a warm and friendly experience to potential guests inquiring about hotel reservations by focusing on the guest's need, asking for the sale, entering and confirming the reservation details, providing the cancellation policy and offering to enroll the guest in the Returns program.
Complete shift checklist(s) to ensure the hotel information is updated and team members are prepared for the daily activities. Maintain room status inventory.
Provide guests with clear directions and recommendations for local points of interest including restaurants, shopping, local attractions, etc. Ensure guests are aware of available hotel services.
Sense and respond to all guest concerns or requests in a manner which leaves the guest feeling assured and optimistic about staying with La Quinta again. Escalate issues in a timely and appropriate manner to a supervisor or manager when necessary. Notify the hotel manager of all guest concerns to ensure proper follow-up. Properly record guest concerns using the Problem Resolution Log. Prepare timely and accurate Maintenance Work Orders, following up as needed. Process 100% Satisfaction Guarantee requests according to policy.
Utilize company-issued devices (M.O.P., two-way radio, hotel phone, etc.) to communicate with fellow team members as necessary to deliver Here For You experiences. Communicate with team members in a courteous and professional manner with the guest focus in mind.
Stock and restock breakfast items such as food, drink and supplies as necessary to ensure guests have a consistent selection of items which are displayed in an appealing, clean and organized manner consistent with company standards, food handling guidelines and regulations. Ensure eating area is clean and inviting at all times.
Ensure lost-and-found items are treated with care, reported and stored according to company policies.
Perform all job duties with the utmost attention to safety and security measures which are outlined by OSHA or other regulations, the company safety and security manual, employee handbook and other company materials. These procedures include, but are not limited to: HazCom, Blood Borne Pathogens, Lockout/Tagout and emergency response.
Where applicable, assist guests with Bright Side Market purchases and accurately post charges to the guest folio.
When assigned, conduct Night Audit procedures in a timely, accurate, complete and efficient manner while ensuring 24/7 front desk presence and Here For You service to our guests.
Where applicable, operate the hotel courtesy shuttle/van ensuring safety of individuals and the company vehicle through careful adherence to company policies, procedures and all applicable laws. Utilize prompt and proper reporting procedures for any damage or incidents.
Remain flexible and willing to work in other areas of the hotel as needed to ensure the hotel delivers a consistent Here For You experience for every guest.
Keywords: customer service, guest service, part-time hotel job, part time hotel job, concierge, front desk clerk, full-time hotel job, full time hotel job; front desk agent, hospitality
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Must be able to fluently speak, read, write and understand English.
Must possess and maintain valid licenses and/or certifications which are job related and required by law.
At locations which operate a hotel courtesy van/shuttle, must possess and maintain a valid, current, non-restricted driver's license if required to drive. Must also possess and maintain an acceptable driving history.
- Previous hotel or customer service experience is preferred but not required.
MINIMUM SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
Requires regular, sometimes constant, contact with customers, outside agencies and the general public. Must have excellent verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to interact with many types of individuals and personalities.
Excellent listening skills with the ability to accurately sense and respond to unspoken wants and needs of individuals.
Proficiency to approach all encounters, regardless of the situation in an attentive, friendly, courteous and service-oriented manner.
Excellent telephone skills particularly related to customer service and sales.
Must be able to work with and secure sensitive and/or confidential material and information.
Must be able to properly and confidently operate basic office software, machines and devices including computers, company issued hand-held electronics, copier, printers, etc.
Must be self-motivated and able to work with little or no supervision, responding to and handling unfamiliar situations with little supervisory guidance.
Strong independent judgment and decision-making skills are required to identify, select, and apply the most appropriate of available guidelines and procedures, interpret precedents, and adopt standard methods or practices to meet variations in facts and/or conditions.
Must work well under pressure and remain calm during stressful situations.
Must possess solid organizational skills with the ability to simultaneously prioritize multiple priorities and/or projects in a fast-paced environment.
Requires regular contact with other departments, supplying or seeking information on specialized matters.
LQ Management L.L.C. provides equal employment opportunities to applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability.
Agency Licensing Specialist-Sioux Falls
Under limited supervision, this position in compliance with state insurance department regulations and company guidelines is responsible for performing and completing all basic aspects of initial or renewal agent appointment processing. Also, responsible for providing customer support to field offices/agents and building/maintaining agent information in the licensing processing systems.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
1.Acts as the licensing customer service contact for field offices, agents, enrollers, and processing teams by responding to questions both verbally and in writing regarding licensing appointment statuses, appointment procedures, and state regulations.
2.In compliance with state regulations identifies and processes all qualified and unqualified new producer appointments and contracts, both manually and electronically for submission to State Insurance Departments. Updates systems and notifies agent upon confirmation of appointment from the state.
3.Receives and reviews state insurance department announcements of agents' renewals and reconciles with company agent listing. Identifies and processes automatic renewals, e.g. individual production requirements for sales personnel.
4.Prepares and submits to individual state insurance departments, the disposition of actions taken on announcements, calculates associated fees for designated states or manually pends for receipt of invoice for associated fees in compliance with state insurance departments.
5.Submits and receives requests for background and debit balance investigation on agents and determines if contracts submitted are allowed based on company guidelines. Processes renewals on those meeting guidelines.
6.Generates and submits to management the report of 'Failed Investigations' on those agents not meeting company guidelines or who have questionable information contained in the background and investigation reports. Processes terminations and/or renewals.
7.Updates processing system with all renewals or terminations to effectively allow or deny new business processing to take place.
8.Calculates and request checks for fee payment and vendor billings.
9.Updates and maintains via the licensing and database systems, agent demographic information e.g. address changes, name changes, transfers and license/appointment expiration dates.
10. Researches and corrects agent data problems and commission errors related to licensing, e.g. adjustment of transfer dates of producers, types of business submitted to ensure proper commission payment.
May perform additional duties as assigned.
Typically Supervisor or above
Skills, Knowledge & Abilities
1.Knowledge and understanding of computer software applications, including MS Word, MS Excel, and the Internet.
2.Ability to employ strong customer service skills within a fast-paced, high-volume, team environment.
3.Good communication skills, both verbal and written.
4.Detail oriented with good math and organizational skills.
Education & Experience
1.High School Diploma, GED or equivalent experience and a minimum of
2 years of customer service experience in an office environment. Or 1-year life insurance administrative processing.
Tower Site Licensing Attorney
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Tower Site Licensing AttorneyPosting Location:PA - Canonsburg, PA - Pittsburgh
Crown Castle provides wireless carriers with the infrastructure they need to keep people connected and businesses running. With approximately 40,000 towers and 17,000 miles of fiber supporting small cells, Crown Castle is the nation's largest provider of shared wireless infrastructure with a significant presence in the top 100 US markets. Crown Castle is an S&P 500 company and one of the largest Real Estate Investment Trusts in the United States with an enterprise value of approximately $44 billion.
Position Title: Attorney
Provide legal assistance and counseling regarding real estate, customer contracts, service and vendor contracts, regulatory, environmental, litigation and corporate matters, among other areas, with an emphasis on client support and the negotiation and drafting of tower licenses and other contracts with customers.
Essential Job Functions
Responsible for Tower Licensing assistance with procedures, forms and negotiations of tower licenses.
Respond to legal inquiries, assisting Crown personnel with regard to legal issues as needed.
Responsible for document preparation, interpretation and resolution of disputes.
Contract interpretation; involving counsel to Crown personnel regarding various contract matters.
Dispute Management; involving counsel to Crown personnel regarding contract or other disputes and liaising with outside counsel when necessary.
Collections support; involving assistance in structuring and improving procedures and practices for collection of receivables, and support in collections efforts.
Litigation assistance; involving claim notification, tracking, liaising with outside counsel and internal business owners, analysis of claims and status reporting to optimize representation of Crown's interests.
Special projects; involving initiation and execution of various projects related to training.
Service Contracts; involving support for negotiation and preparation of service contracts pursuant to which Crown provides services to customers.
Vendor Contracts; involving preparation of and revisions to standard forms for use with vendors providing services to Crown.
Serve as the legal liaison to an Area, Region, or Corporate function department.
Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school
- Two (2) years of related legal experience, four (4) years preferred.
Thorough knowledge of legal research and writing techniques
Basic knowledge of real estate, contract and business law
Ability to negotiate and draft contracts and business letters
Telecommunications experience useful
Ability to work independently
Ability to work with individuals of diverse background, personalities and opinions
Ability to maintain confidentiality
Working knowledge of MS Office
Superior communication and interpersonal skills – written and verbal
Reports to: VP Legal, Associate General Counsel, Senior Attorney
Title(s) of direct reports (if applicable): Paralegal, Legal Assistant
Working Conditions: Works in a normal office setting with no exposure to adverse environmental conditions.
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NRT LLC is the nation's largest owner and operator of residential real estate brokerages operating in more than 50 of the 100 largest metropolitan areas in the United States, with approximately 790 offices and 47,500 independent sales associates in. NRT is a subsidiary of Realogy (NYSE: RLGY). NRT is ranked the No. 1 residential real estate brokerage firm in the U.S. for 20 years in a row, according to the REAL Trends 500 report. The ranking is based on 2016 closed sales volume and closed transaction sides for the nation's top 500 brokerages. NRT led the ranking with $166 billion in sales volume and 337,780 transaction sides on a pro forma* basis.
- This takes into consideration the estimated full-year performance of companies acquired by NRT during 2016.
Visit www.nrtllc.com for more information
Citi Habitats has a network of 8 offices strategically located in every neighborhood of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Our Company is structured in a way that is unique and flexible. Each neighborhood office operates as a specialized boutique offering our clientele more personalized service and attention to detail, coupled with the vast resources, technology and support of a large organization. We have successfully helped tens of thousands of New Yorkers rent, buy or sell their homes. Our real estate professionals have access to more proprietary rental listings than any other Manhattan firm, as well as a dynamic sales database, allowing us to find more New Yorkers their homes than anyone else.
The Licensing Coordinator/Agent Recruiting Assistant is responsible for ensuring that all Independent Contractors associated with Citi Habitats are duly licensed with NYS DOS and properly documented in our systems. The Licensing Coordinator/Agent Recruiting Assistant is also responsible for ensuring compliance with all policies related to the Independent Contractors, internal, REBNY and DOS. This position works closely with the Recruiting Director, Legal and the Independent Contractor Relations teams.
Job Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Collect, create and maintain internal record of all Real Estate licenses and documentation (agents, managers, employees, and branch offices).
Respond to external and internal email and telephone inquiries.
Update, edit and upload recruiting and onboarding forms into company intranet.
Assist legal department in gathering Agent information for court-ordered subpoenas.
Process invoices and vendor accounts requests.
Assist Agents and Office Managers with licensing with licensing issues with the NYS Department of State (DOS) licensing transactions (initial salesperson, associate broker application, license renewal, change of association, change of branch and termination).
Ensure accuracy and compliance with DOS, REBNY, NRT and Citi Habitats Agent affiliation documentation.
Maintain companywide branch approval and process new branch applications with the NYS Department of State (DOS). Ensure continued licensure.
Maintain Agents' accounts in internal systems (activation, deactivation, demographics changes, license status, commission splits, etc.) and process reports.
Assist in general recruiting efforts.
Update event schedules and enter information into EventBrite and website.
Provide coverage for recruiting director and conduct recruiting meetings and calls as indicated.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent; may consider candidates without a degree given applicable work experience.
2+ years of experience in a customer centric business environment with administrative duties.
1-2 years' experience working in the Real Estate industry is a plus.
Strong communication skills, verbal and written.
Must be organized and detail-oriented.
To be considered an applicant for this position you must show how you meet the basic qualifications of the job in a resume or document you upload.
NRT LLC, a subsidiary of Realogy Corporation, is committed to providing equal employment opportunity ("EEO") and will make employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, sexual preference, gender identity or gender expression, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other characteristic protected under applicable laws and regulations. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected under applicable laws and regulations.Under the Americans with Disabilities Act and other applicable laws Realogy will provide reasonable accommodation to disabled applicants upon request during the application process to ensure equal opportunities to be considered for employment.
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