Selected Job Openings

You may apply to the positions below by submitting your resume here or faxing your resume to 202-223-0787. Interviews by appointment only. No walk-ins please.
Secretary III
Logistics Coordinator
Bilingual Administrative Assistant
Conference Assistant
Administrative Assistant

Paralegal/Reader Providing paralegal/reader assistance to sight-impaired counsel:

  • Must be organized, timely and have good communication skills. Reads complex legal documents and other documents aloud in clear, quick, and easily understood voice. Provides accurate oral or written summaries of messages, meetings, and complex legal and other documents.

  • Converts documents to electronic or hard copy print formats that are accessible to the counsel.

  • Schedules appointments on calendar

  • Maintains confidentiality with respect to sensitive and confidential information gained because of position (e.g., employee performance, labor/management relations, sensitive and confidential program information, legal advice offered by attorneys to clients).

  • Proofs complex legal and other documents to identify typos, grammatical problems, formatting inconsistencies, and legal citation errors.

  • Conducts searches on databases, including LexisNexis or other web-based legal research sites and conducts legal analysis to identify cases that relate to specific issues.

  • Conducts factual research on internet or through the review of documents.

  • Reviews documents to identify those which can be withheld for attorney-client, deliberative process, or other applicable privileges.

  • Performs legal cite checking of legal memoranda and legal briefs.

  • Assists counsel in use of various computer systems, such as the performance management system, FedTraveler, and webTA.

  • Identifies and summarizes articles and other publications of possible interest to the counsel.

  • Expertise and Related Issues:

  • Must have the ability to read complex legal documents clearly, quickly, and in a manner that is easy for the AGC to understand, with correct pronunciation of complex legal terminology.

  • Must have a Bachelor's degree plus one year paralegal experience or training.

  • Must work well in stressful, time-sensitive situations.

  • Must have proficiency in information technology and common office software, including MS Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint.

  • Must have proficiency in using LexisNexis and other legal research products.

  • Must have proficiency in cite checking legal memoranda and briefs and using appropriate legal citation formats (i.e., Blue Book format).

  • Must have excellent writing and proof reading skills, including proficiency in the use of correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

  • Must have superior oral communication and interpersonal skills that would permit the individual to communicate professionally, courteously, and with appropriate diplomacy with all types of individuals from the highest level of government officials to individual members of the public.

  • Must have strong organizational skills so as to ensure that the counsel remains organized.

  • Must have the ability to quickly comprehend complex legal materials in order to provide accurate, detailed oral and written summaries of complex legal and factual documents.

  • Secretary III Maintains complex schedules of meetings, and data libraries of supporting data related to various independent cost analyses produced and submitted in support of MDAPs. The administrative support to the division, supervisors, Deputy Director and analysts to include the following responsibilities:

    • Maintain Calendar and schedules for Deputy Director with Microsoft Outlook

    • Prepare and verify accuracy of trips using Defense Travel System

    • Administrative and Organizational Support

    • Develop and maintain division schedule

    • Collect, Prepare and Post Documents for on-line Storage

    • Event Planning and Management

    • Data Organization and Analysis Using Available Information to Report Status of division projects to other divisions

    • Database Maintenance

    • Cost Analysis Improvement Group (CAIG) Action Tracking Systems (CATS)

    • Senior Analyst Resource Course

    US Citizenship
    Ability to pass government background check.
    Strong organizational, computer and interpersonal skills
    Logistics Coordinator Duties:
    • Enter data into conference database, generate reports, and perform mail merges
    • Create and process forms for registration, reimbursement, honoraria, evaluations, invoices, and other forms as needed
    • Process registration payments and submit weekly reports to accounting
    • Conduct cost comparison research for supplies
    • Create, duplicate, and assemble conference/review materials, including name badges, tent cards, signs, packets, and other materials as requested by client
    • Correspond with clients and attendees via phone, email, fax, Federal Express, and U.S. Mail
    • Assist in generation and update of rooming lists
    • Prepare logistical and confirmation letters for clients, attendees, speakers/VIPs, and vendors
    • Work with clients to develop meeting materials
    • Provide onsite support (travel required)
    • Provide other pre- and post-conference support such as copying, filing, mailing, and updating database
    • Arrange travel for sponsored attendees and speakers/VIPs
    • Provide travel information for non-sponsored attendees as necessary
    • Process bills from vendors as necessary
    • Order necessary supplies
    • Maintain an invoice reconciliation spreadsheet tracking all contract "other direct costs"
    Knowledge of MS Office, especially MS Access
    Bilingual Administrative Assistant Bilingual Spanish/English
    Extremely flexible, reliable & outgoing individuals needed to support
    International Organization in Washington DC. Computer skills required. Must type 45+ wpm.
    Personable demeanor, professional appearance & excellent customer
    service skills a must.

    Fax resume to 202.223.1787 or submit your resume at
    Conference Assistant Building teams now for conferences! Extremely flexible, reliable, and outgoing individuals needed to support conferences in Washington, DC. Must be customer service oriented and organized. A variety of positions are available - Cashier, Printer Clerk, Registration Assistant, Room Monitor, Runner, Typist. Fax resume to 202.223.1787 or submit your resume at
    Administrative Assistant Washington, DC

    Advanced Knowledge in MS Word, Excel, and other computer software.
    Candidate should be detail oriented and have strong organizational skills, initiative, flexibility, and the ability to multitask.

    Fax resume to 202.223.1787 or submit your resume at