Under the direction of the General Counsel, represents Pace and its employees in property damage, subrogation, and personal injury matters in various forums; and handles other duties as assigned. Travel to Cook and its collar counties is required.
Qualified candidate must be licensed to practice law in the State of Illinois with 5-7 years' previous experience handling personal injury cases (motion practice, appearing in court, taking depositions, handling arbitrations and trials) and a good work record. Must have excellent reading comprehension, research, and verbal and written communication skills. Must be a highly organized, detail oriented, and resourceful team player. Must be able to successfully and efficiently work on numerous projects simultaneously in order to meet deadlines. Must be a highly skilled negotiator who demonstrates strong analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills and must demonstrate the ability to maintain confidentiality. Must have strong computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Applications, including Outlook, Word, Excel, Sharepoint, and PowerPoint. This position is subject to the provisions set forth in 5 ILCS 430/5-45 (c) of the State Officials and Employee Ethics Act.
Pace is an Equal Opportunity Employer