This position is responsible for providing litigation, administrative and legal support to NFC’s attorneys.  NFC expects that this position will be held by a highly motivated individual who excels in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment that values top-quality work and positive contributions to the workplace.

Hours: Monday – Friday (8:30 am – 5:30 pm EST); limited overtime as needed

Location: Hybrid –

Work in NFC’s San Diego Office a minimum of three (3) days in-office days per week.  Must be flexible and willing to work in person for additional days as needed for coverage and/or other business needs.

Classification: Non-Exempt Position

Reports to: Director of Litigation Support Services

Essential Functions:

Skills Required:

Salary Range:  Starting at $70 – 75k

The Firm is providing this good faith salary range to comply with applicable law. The applicant’s final salary will depend on a number of factors including the applicant’s skills and experience.

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