Duke Energy Jobs – Nuclear and Environmental Health & Safety Paralegal at Duke Energy

Duke Energy

Full-Time

Charlotte, NC, USA

Not defined

23 Nov → 23 Dec

Job Description

Job Description:
This position located in Charlotte, NC will support the Nuclear and Environmental Health & Safety Vice President and attorneys on that team in the Office of General Counsel.

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Job Responsibilities:

Assist and collaborate with outside counsel and paralegals, as needed
Investigate facts and gather documents from existing files, electronic media, and through inquiries of various departments throughout the company; organize and coordinate information that has been gathered
Tracking and updating various metrics and reporting using Excel, Teams and other tools
Develop and maintain SharePoint sites and Microsoft Team sites, including SFTP sites or other electronic media, as needed
Assist with varying legal matters such as investigations, notices of violation, notices of intent, complaints, and draft legal documents under the supervision of an attorney, in an accurate, complete, and timely manner
Review, proofread, and cite check various legal documents before submission and compile exhibits
Conduct legal research, review applicable legal principles and precedent, and draft memoranda, charts, or other documents with attention to detail using research software (i.e., Lexis Advance) and web-based research tools
Track and manage dockets and procedural deadlines to ensure timely response
Preparation and execution of legal hold custodian notices
Interact with external attorneys, administrative agencies, members of management, in-house attorneys, clients, and other team members in a respectful and professional manner

Qualification & Experience:

Paralegal Degree or Bachelor’s Degree
At least 2 years related experience as a paralegal in a law firm, corporate legal department or governmental agency handling administrative law matters
Experience in conducting legal research and in using web-based research tools
Regulated industry or utility experience
Familiarity with applicable state and federal rules, particularly relating to Nuclear or Environmental regulatory law
Demonstrated working knowledge of computer applications, specifically Microsoft office products such as Outlook, Word, Excel, Teams and PowerPoint
Proficient with Lexis Nexis and/or WestLaw legal research tools, including specific regulatory websites
Experience with Nuclear Regulatory Commission, state environmental agencies or similar type of administrative agency
Bachelor’s degree or Paralegal certificate, or at least 7 years of experience with an in-house legal department or law firm and obtaining a Bachelor’s degree or paralegal certificate within a reasonable amount of time
Experience with drafting legal documents

Job Details:
Company: Duke Energy
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Location: Charlotte, NC, US
Application Deadline: N/A

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Job Responsibilities

  • Assist and collaborate with outside counsel and paralegals, as needed
  • Investigate facts and gather documents from existing files, electronic media, and through inquiries of various departments throughout the company; organize and coordinate information that has been gathered
  • Tracking and updating various metrics and reporting using Excel, Teams and other tools
  • Develop and maintain SharePoint sites and Microsoft Team sites, including SFTP sites or other electronic media, as needed
  • Assist with varying legal matters such as investigations, notices of violation, notices of intent, complaints, and draft legal documents under the supervision of an attorney, in an accurate, complete, and timely manner
  • Review, proofread, and cite check various legal documents before submission and compile exhibits
  • Conduct legal research, review applicable legal principles and precedent, and draft memoranda, charts, or other documents with attention to detail using research software (i.e., Lexis Advance) and web-based research tools
  • Track and manage dockets and procedural deadlines to ensure timely response
  • Preparation and execution of legal hold custodian notices
  • Interact with external attorneys, administrative agencies, members of management, in-house attorneys, clients, and other team members in a respectful and professional manner

Requirements / Qualifications

  • At least 2 years related experience as a paralegal in a law firm, corporate legal department or governmental agency handling administrative law matters

  • Experience in conducting legal research and in using web-based research tools

  • Regulated industry or utility experience

  • Familiarity with applicable state and federal rules, particularly relating to Nuclear or Environmental regulatory law

  • Demonstrated working knowledge of computer applications, specifically Microsoft office products such as Outlook, Word, Excel, Teams and PowerPoint

  • Proficient with Lexis Nexis and/or WestLaw legal research tools, including specific regulatory websites

  • Experience with Nuclear Regulatory Commission, state environmental agencies or similar type of administrative agency

  • Bachelor’s degree or Paralegal certificate, or at least 7 years of experience with an in-house legal department or law firm and obtaining a Bachelor’s degree or paralegal certificate within a reasonable amount of time

  • Experience with drafting legal documents

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