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Director of Information Technology

Washington

The Director of Information Technology at Beveridge & Diamond, PC, is a vital role responsible for overseeing the operations of our technology department. This includes managing the engineering, enterprise applications, and help desk teams. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a blend of technical expertise and leadership skills, ensuring the efficient and effective functioning of all IT services and support across the firm.

Key Responsibilities:

  1. Leadership and Management: Directly manage a team of 8 IT professionals, including engineering, enterprise applications, and help desk staff. Develop and implement IT policies and best practices across the department. Foster a collaborative and inclusive work environment, promoting professional growth and development of team members.

  2. Strategic Planning and Execution: Collaborate with the Chief Information Officer (CIO) to align the IT department's goals with the firm’s strategic objectives. Oversee the planning, implementation, and maintenance of IT infrastructure and systems to support both current and future business operations.

  3. Technology Management: Ensure the continuous operation and maintenance of all IT systems and infrastructure. Lead the evaluation, selection, and deployment of new technologies to enhance operational efficiency and productivity. Manage the IT budget, including cost forecasting and analysis.
  4. Security and Compliance: Oversee cybersecurity initiatives, ensuring the protection of sensitive data and compliance with relevant laws and regulations. Administer and maintain disaster recovery and business continuity plans.
  5. Support and Service Delivery: Ensure the highest level of internal customer service, resolving any IT-related issues promptly and effectively. Manage and improve the help desk operations, ensuring timely and effective resolution of technical issues.
  6. Vendor and Stakeholder Management: Maintain strong relationships with vendors, service providers, and other external partners. Communicate effectively with stakeholders across the firm to understand their IT needs and provide appropriate solutions.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or related field; Master’s degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 10 years of experience in IT, with at least 5 years in a managerial role, preferably in a law firm or similar professional services environment.
  • Strong technical background in IT infrastructure, enterprise applications, and help desk support.
  • Excellent leadership and team management skills.
  • Proven ability to develop and implement IT strategies and solutions.
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Knowledge of cybersecurity best practices and legal industry regulations.

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and shall not be construed as a declaration of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular person.  All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

For more information or to apply, please email .

Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. is an equal opportunity employer and all inquiries are kept strictly confidential.

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Marketing & Business Development Coordinator (Focus: Texas Market & Communications)

Austin

Join a driven, collaborative marketing team in a fast-paced environment that encourages entrepreneurship and initiative. Beveridge & Diamond (B&D), the leading national corporate environmental law firm, seeks a Marketing & Business Development Coordinator (M&BDC or Coordinator) to 1) support the firm’s significant marketing and business development activities in the Texas/Gulf Coast market and 2) support firmwide communications and thought leadership efforts, with a focus on rankings and directories. The position will be located in the firm’s Austin, TX, office.

The M&BDC has high visibility throughout the firm in two core areas of responsibility:

  1. working directly and independently with Austin office lawyers (and other lawyers in the firm whose marketing/business development efforts focus on the Texas/Gulf Coast market) on all aspects of marketing and business development, from thought leadership (e.g., Alerts, articles, presentations, podcasts, website and social media content) to competitive intelligence research to pitches and proposals to events (virtual and in-person).  In this regard, the M&BDC will coordinate their efforts with the assigned Business Development Manager for our Austin office and the Austin office’s managing principal and practitioners.
  2. working with lawyers firmwide to compile, manage, and distribute the firm’s ranking and directory submissions, as well as on other marketing communications and thought leadership content.  In both cases, the M&BDC will collaborate with other members of the firmwide marketing & business development team. 

To succeed in the role, the Coordinator must consistently execute their day-to-day responsibilities with precision under tight deadlines, while proactively identifying new projects and exploring new ways to measure and enhance engagement with the firm and its lawyers through content and communications.

Responsibilities

  • Support (along with other members of the firmwide marketing/busdev team) Austin office lawyers in all aspects of marketing & business development with a focus on the Texas/Gulf Coast market.  This includes, without limitation:
    • Working with the Business Development Manager and other marketing/busdev department leaders, develop, track, and advance Texas office business development plans and goals, including support for Texas office RFP responses and pitch meeting preparation, and tracking outcomes.
    • Identify opportunities to engage with clients and prospects and raise the profile of the Texas lawyers and practice, including in local/regional legal and business media.
    • Attend and assist with the planning and coordinating of Texas office marketing meetings and, where relevant, practice and industry group meetings, to provide tactical support for and make connections with other firm initiatives.
    • Provide tactical support for Texas office and Gulf Coast industry sector initiatives (including events, sponsorships, new service offerings, and rankings), collaborating with other Marketing Department members (such as Business Development Managers, Events Coordinator and Communications Coordinator) to deliver successful execution.  While the Texas M&BDC will liaise with the firm’s Marketing Events Coordinator, the Texas M&BDC is the primary/default in-person/”boots on the ground” support for Texas market events in the Austin, Houston, and other Texas/Gulf Coast markets where the firm hosts events. 
    • Oversee key association engagement and sponsorship deliverables in the Texas market or where Texas office lawyers lead the relationship (e.g., TXOGA, UT-Austin Center for Women in Law, Texas General Counsel Assn. Magna Stella Awards).
    • Coordinate market research and competitor analysis to spot opportunities for short- and long-term growth.
    • Track progress of efforts and contribute to departmental/firmwide metrics to drive business development targeting and planning.
    • Work with firmwide Marketing Communications Coordinator to produce and maintain written/digital promotional materials for the Texas office/market and relevant Texas-related content for firmwide marketing communications needs.
    • Maintain the firm’s experience database with respect to relevant Texas activities/expertise.
  • Work with the firmwide Marketing Communications & Digital Content Coordinator and lawyers firmwide to prepare, submit, and manage submissions to legal and industry directories and rankings, including, but not limited to, Chambers, Legal 500, U.S News/Best Lawyers, Law360.  Also, to support individual and firm award nominations.
  • Assist in the preparation and distribution of firmwide thought leadership content (e.g., Alerts, articles, presentations, podcasts, website and social media content)

Experience and Skill Requirements

To succeed in this role, an individual must be able to perform the responsibilities above and meet the requirements below, which are representative of the minimum knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. The firm will make reasonable accommodations to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the functions of the job.

Required

  • 3-5 years of law firm marketing, communications, or business development experience, with a strong preference for experience in or familiarity with the Texas geographic market and/or petrochemical sector
  • Strong writing skills (writing sample required), ability to synthesize information into readable, impactful, effective promotional content
  • Excellent attention to detail, meticulous and accurate proofreading skills
  • Experience leading directory submissions, including Chambers, Legal 500, U.S News/Best Lawyers
  • Fluency with LinkedIn, Twitter/X, Facebook
  • Expert in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint
  • Intermediate graphic design capabilities and proficiency with Adobe InDesign
  • Demonstrated project management skills
  • Customer service orientation, can-do attitude
  • Curiosity, eagerness to learn and spot “what’s next”
  • Creativity and willingness to think outside of the box
  • Initiative, ownership, and commitment towards projects
  • Good judgement
  • Ability to form effective working relationships/rapport with lawyers and staff firm-wide
  • Flexibility/ availability to work overtime as needed, including occasional travel for events (estimated once per quarter, on average)
  • College degree or equivalent, or demonstrated career experience

Preferred

  • Experience creating, editing, managing, and distributing blogs, podcasting, and video content
  • Experience with metrics reporting (e.g., email marketing and web analytics)
  • Proficiency with InterAction, Vuture (or other email marketing platform), and WordPress CMS
  • Experience with Clearview Social
  • Understanding of/exposure to environmental law and litigation

The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and shall not be construed as a declaration of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular person. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities, as needed.

For more information or to apply, please email Nathan Darling at [email protected].

Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. is an equal opportunity employer and all inquiries are kept strictly confidential.

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    Paralegal

    Seattle

    Beveridge & Diamond, P.C., a premier environmental law firm, seeks a litigation Paralegal to support the Firm’s attorneys, primarily in our Seattle, WA, office. We are searching for a career-oriented individual aiming to become a long-term team member. The role involves essential tasks such as conducting research, preparing legal documents, managing cases, interacting with clients, assisting in court proceedings, and upholding legal ethics. Paralegals play an indispensable role in our legal process, ensuring our attorneys operate both efficiently and effectively.

    Summary of Duties and Responsibilities

    1. Assist with Firm marketing, business development, and practice support initiatives
    2. Manage electronic and paper case file and discovery
    3. Conduct factual research
    4. Review documents and conduct factual analysis
    5. Summarize legal documents and data; create compilations
    6. Assist in preparing reports, correspondence, and litigation papers
    7. Proofread and check accuracy of quotes and citation formats in legal documents
    8. Conduct electronic and paper filing with courts
    9. Review local court rules and identify filing requirements and deadlines
    10. Assist attorneys with depositions, trials, mediations, arbitrations, or other forms of ADR

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    1. Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of one year of relevant litigation experience
    2. Some familiarity with major e-discovery platforms such as CasePoint, Relativity
    3. Knowledge of electronic filings (state and federal), as well as court rules and procedures, litigation terminology, and documentation
    4. Computer proficiency, with working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
    5. Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    6. Excellent analytical and organizational skills
    7. Ability to work effectively in a team environment
    8. Flexibility to work late and travel (locally and nationally) as needed
    9. Ability to retrieve and distribute print volumes, push and pull packages and books weighing up to 30 pounds, and ability to retrieve objects from shelves of up to 8 feet high and replace the same
    10. Paralegal certificate a plus

    The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and shall not be construed as a declaration of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular person.  All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

    For more information or to apply, please email Alex Mesmer, [email protected].

    Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. is an equal opportunity employer and all inquiries are kept strictly confidential.

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    Legal Administrative Assistant

    Austin

    Join the Austin office's highly dedicated and valued administrative team that delivers impeccable and sophisticated professional services to internal and external clients.

    The Legal Administrative Assistant role encompasses a wide range of advanced administrative support services aimed at facilitating the smooth operation of the firm and aiding attorneys and clients. This position is pivotal in overseeing diverse administrative tasks, handling billing and accounting matters, and conducting legal research to support cases and projects. Additionally, the Legal Administrative Assistant serves as a primary liaison between clients and staff, ensuring effective communication and addressing client queries. This role will also provide back-up support to Legal Administrative Assistant teams.

    Administrative Duties

    1. Billing and Accounting. Open new client and/or matter numbers; perform conflict checks; provide monthly bills for attorney review; make appropriate transfers, write-offs, and corrections; apply retainers on account fees and account disbursements for third-party billings; handle special billing requests from clients, i.e., travel detail, special billing formats; copy, mail and forward copies of finalized bills to Accounting Department; maintain billing files; act as liaison with Accounting Department on past due receivables. Coordinate with other Legal Administrative Assistants on bills managed by other attorneys.
    2. Time Entry and Expense Reports. On a daily or weekly basis, enter and/or review attorneys’ time entries in InTapp Time. Maintain time entry deadlines and coordinate the timely submission of attorney hours. Prepare and reconcile monthly corporate credit card statements for assigned attorneys. Process expense reports and obtain Firm checks or petty cash, as required.
    3. Document Production. Process and format Word and Excel documents using prescribed Firm formats, including comparisons, conversions, merges, creation of tables of contents/authorities, etc. Perform processes associated with court services, including filing, requesting transcripts, and litigation searching. Prepare basic documents in PowerPoint as needed. Assist attorneys with PowerPoint presentations, including basic graphic enhancements (e.g., SmartArt, graphs/charts, inserting images from the Firm’s pre-licensed image library).
    4. Proofreading. Proofread all documents (both draft and final) to ensure accuracy of copy, grammar, punctuation, and syntax as well as conformance to Firm formats. Prepare correspondence and email drafts for attorney review.
    5. Document Management. Ensure all documents are properly saved to appropriate workspaces within the Firm’s document management system. Verify tasks are completed, check for accuracy, and ensure that the appropriate metadata cleansing has been applied.
    6. Mail. Open and promptly distribute incoming mail and date stamp, if requested. Check the outbox periodically throughout the day and process materials appropriately. Arrange for the appropriate delivery of documents through mail, facsimile, overnight delivery or messenger services.
    7. Filing. Set up and maintain client, work, chronological, pleading, and personal files, including electronic files on the Firm’s DMS (iManage). Coordinate transfer of inactive or closed files to offsite storage facilities. Maintain a computerized index of all files in the Firm’s standard format.
    8. Meeting Preparation. Coordinate meetings, appointments, and conferences. Schedule conference rooms, arrange catering, and set up/clean up before/after meetings.
    9. Calendaring. Maintain Outlook calendar for attorneys, provide reminders, schedule meetings, and court appearances, as necessary.
    10. Docketing. Coordinate docketing requests with the Docket Coordinator. Maintain tickler system and follow up on requests made by attorneys, paralegals, and clients. Docket case and motion schedules per local, state, and federal rules.
    11. Court Filings. Maintain knowledge of procedures for filing with state and federal courts and agencies.
    12. Travel Arrangements. Coordinate extensive national and international travel arrangements by securing end to end arrangements, including flights, hotels, transfers, itineraries, and any necessary visa documentation. Promptly handle unexpected travel changes in a proactive and efficient manner.
    13. Photocopying. Perform and/or outsource photocopy, bindery, scanning, and printing tasks as needed. Create and convert documents to and from PDF and Word formats. Review results for accuracy and completeness. Coordinate large copy requests with Office Services.
    14. Contact Management System. Maintain attorney contacts in the Firm’s client relationship management system (InterAction), including entering a significant number of new contacts. Identify and update outdated contact information and merge duplicate contacts. Enter notes and activities as appropriate for each contact (e.g., meetings, events, marketing activities). Add and remove attorney contacts to Firm distribution lists. Assist attorneys with basic questions about InterAction, including InterAction for Microsoft Outlook (IMO).
    15. Team Support. Participate as an active member of the Legal Administrative Assistants’ team and proactively support team members and their attorneys as needed. Coordinate with back-up support team members when out of the office or unable to complete assigned projects. Maintain awareness of all tasks and deadlines related to projects assigned to other support staff.

    Other

    1. Office Operations: Maintain facilities and kitchen in a neat, orderly manner; order and stock kitchen and office supplies; assist with planning, arranging, setting up, and cleaning up for events.
    2. Provide overflow services as requested by Human Resources or other team members.
    3. Other duties as assigned.

    Required Skills and Abilities

    1. 3 to 7 years of experience supporting attorneys, executives, or managers preferred.

    2. College graduate with a bachelor’s degree or equivalent legal administrative experience in a law firm environment.
    3. Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, 3E (or Elite), InterAction (contacts), Adobe Suite (or equivalent software).
    4. Ability to work in a collaborative environment and to work harmoniously and effectively with others as part of a team.
    5. Exceptional organizational and time-management skills that reflect the ability to seamlessly perform and prioritize multiple tasks with excellent attention to detail and efficiently meet deadlines.
    6. Excellent oral and written communication, analytic, and problem-solving skills.
    7. Professional interpersonal skills with a positive attitude complemented by a flexible, proactive, and resourceful approach.
    8. Availability to work overtime as requested.
    9. Ability to lift up to 30 pounds (full banker box weight).

    The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and shall not be construed as a declaration of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular person.  All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

    For more information or to apply, please email .

    Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. is an equal opportunity employer and all inquiries are kept strictly confidential.

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    Legal Administrative Assistant

    Boston

    Join the Boston office's highly dedicated and valued administrative team that delivers impeccable and sophisticated professional services to internal and external clients.

    The Legal Administrative Assistant role encompasses a wide range of advanced administrative support services aimed at facilitating the smooth operation of the firm and aiding attorneys and clients. This position is pivotal in overseeing diverse administrative tasks, handling billing and accounting matters, and conducting legal research to support cases and projects. Additionally, the Legal Administrative Assistant is a primary liaison between clients and staff, ensuring effective communication and addressing client queries. This role will also provide back-up support to Legal Administrative Assistant teams.

    Administrative Duties

    1. Billing and Accounting. Open new client and/or matter numbers; perform conflict checks; provide monthly bills for attorney review; make appropriate transfers, write-offs, and corrections; apply retainers on account fees and account disbursements for third-party billings; handle special billing requests from clients, i.e., travel detail, special billing formats; copy, mail and forward copies of finalized bills to Accounting Department; maintain billing files; act as liaison with Accounting Department on past due receivables. Coordinate with other Legal Administrative Assistants on bills managed by other attorneys.
    2. Time Entry and Expense Reports. On a daily or weekly basis, enter and/or review attorneys’ time entries in InTapp Time. Maintain time entry deadlines and coordinate the timely submission of attorney hours. Prepare and reconcile monthly corporate credit card statements for assigned attorneys. Process expense reports and obtain Firm checks or petty cash, as required.
    3. Document Production. Process and format Word and Excel documents using prescribed Firm formats, including comparisons, conversions, merges, creation of tables of contents/authorities, etc. Perform processes associated with court services, including filing, requesting transcripts, and litigation searching. Prepare basic documents in PowerPoint as needed. Assist attorneys with PowerPoint presentations, including basic graphic enhancements (e.g., SmartArt, graphs/charts, inserting images from the Firm’s pre-licensed image library).
    4. Proofreading. Proofread all documents (both draft and final) to ensure accuracy of copy, grammar, punctuation, and syntax as well as conformance to Firm formats. Prepare correspondence and email drafts for attorney review.
    5. Document Management. Ensure all documents are properly saved to appropriate workspaces within the Firm’s document management system. Verify tasks are completed, check for accuracy, and ensure the appropriate metadata cleansing has been applied.
    6. Mail. Open and promptly distribute incoming mail and date stamp, if requested. Check outbox periodically throughout the day and process materials appropriately. Arrange for the appropriate delivery of documents through mail, facsimile, overnight delivery or messenger services.
    7. Filing. Set up and maintain client, work, chronological, pleading, and personal files, including electronic files on the Firm’s DMS (iManage). Coordinate transfer of inactive or closed files to offsite storage facilities. Maintain a computerized index of all files in the Firm’s standard format.
    8. Meeting Preparation. Coordinate meetings, appointments, and conferences.  Schedule conference rooms, arrange catering, and set up/clean up before/after meetings.
    9. Calendaring. Maintain an Outlook calendar for attorneys, provide reminders, schedule meetings, and court appearances, as necessary.
    10. Docketing. Coordinate docketing requests with Docket Coordinator. Maintain tickler system and follow up on requests made by attorneys, paralegals, and clients. Docket case and motion schedules per local, state, and federal rules.
    11. Court Filings. Maintain knowledge of procedures for filing with state and federal courts and agencies.
    12. Travel Arrangements. Coordinate extensive national and international travel arrangements by securing end to end arrangements, including flights, hotels, transfers, itineraries, and any necessary visa documentation. Promptly handle unexpected travel changes proactively and efficiently.
    13. Photocopying.  Perform and/or outsource photocopy, bindery, scanning, and printing tasks as needed. Create and convert documents to and from PDF and Word formats. Review results for accuracy and completeness. Coordinate large copy requests with Office Services.
    14. Contact Management System. Maintain attorney contacts in the Firm’s client relationship management system (InterAction), including entering a significant number of new contacts. Identify and update outdated contact information and merge duplicate contacts. Enter notes and activities as appropriate for each contact (e.g., meetings, events, marketing activities). Add and remove attorney contacts to Firm distribution lists. Assist attorneys with basic questions about InterAction, including InterAction for Microsoft Outlook (IMO).
    15. Team Support. Participate as an active member of the Legal Administrative Assistants’ team and proactively support team members and their attorneys as needed. Coordinate with back-up support team members when out of the office or unable to complete assigned projects. Maintain awareness of all tasks and deadlines related to projects assigned to other support staff.

    Other

    1. Office Operations. Maintain facilities and kitchen in a neat, orderly manner; order and stock kitchen and office supplies; assist with planning, arranging, setting up, and cleaning up for events. 
    2. Provide overflow services as requested by Human Resources or other team members.
    3. Other duties as assigned.

    Required Skills and Abilities

    1. 3 to 7 years of experience supporting attorneys, executives, or managers preferred.

    2. College graduate with a bachelor’s degree or equivalent legal administrative experience in a law firm environment.
    3. Proficiency in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, 3E (or Elite), InterAction (contacts), and Adobe Suite (or equivalent software).
    4. Ability to work in a collaborative environment and to work harmoniously and effectively with others as part of a team.
    5. Exceptional organizational and time-management skills that reflect the ability to seamlessly perform and prioritize multiple tasks with excellent attention to detail and efficiently meet deadlines.
    6. Excellent oral and written communication, analytic, and problem-solving skills.
    7. Professional interpersonal skills with a positive attitude complemented by a flexible, proactive, and resourceful approach.
    8. Availability to work overtime as requested.
    9. Ability to lift up to 30 pounds (full banker box weight).

    The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of positions given this title and shall not be construed as a declaration of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular person.  All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

    For more information or to apply, please email .

    Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. is an equal opportunity employer and all inquiries are kept strictly confidential.

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    Billing Specialist

    Washington

    Beveridge & Diamond seeks a Billing Specialist to join our Accounting team. This position reports to the Chief Financial Officer and Billing Supervisor.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    1. Compile, review, verify the accuracy of, and send monthly (e-bills and PDFs) bills to clients, handling a high volume of bills each month.
    2. Execute complex bills in a timely manner (including multiple discounts by matter, split-party billing, alternative fee arrangements, etc.).
    3. Manage accounts/invoices in the third-party e-billing systems (including coordination/ communication with attorneys regarding short pays, invoice rejections, appeals, budget requirements, status updates, accruals, and other requested information).  Follow-up to confirm e-bills are successfully processed/approved/paid.
    4. Update billing rates/billing arrangements and propose new billing formats/templates as needed. 
    5. Research and respond to billing inquiries, issues, or problems.
    6. Create billing schedules and other billing analyses, as needed.
    7. Follow firm billing policies and procedures (i.e. firm write-off policies).
    8. Effectively interact and communicate with attorneys, staff, and clients.
    9. Ensure strict confidentiality at all times.
    10. Assist with special projects as requested.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

    1. College (bachelor’s) degree preferred.
    2. At least five years’ prior hands-on billing experience in a law firm.
    3. Experience using 3E and eBilling Hub preferred.
    4. Proficiency with MS Office, particularly MS Excel.
    5. Strong attention to detail. 
    6. Ability to multi-task, prioritize, organize workflow, and use time efficiently.
    7. Perform at a high level in a fast-paced environment.
    8. Adapt to ever-changing work priorities.
    9. Ability to follow through on tasks with minimal supervision and follow up on own initiative.
    10. Flexibility to adapt to differing work hours when overtime is needed to meet client requests.
    11. Excellent communication (oral and written), analytic and problem-solving skills.

    The intent of this job description is to provide a representative summary of the types of duties and responsibilities that will be required of this position and shall not be construed as a declaration of the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular person. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

    Qualified applicants are invited to submit a resume via the web application link

    B&D is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status, or any other basis covered by local, state, or federal law.

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