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Real Estate Paralegal and Administrative Services TN
Title:Real Estate Paralegal and Administrative Services TN

Jamison Professional Services, Inc. (“JPS”) is currently seeking qualified and motivated candidate for the position of Real Estate Paralegal and Administrative Services. The period of performance for this contract is: March 3, 2019 thru September 30, 2019 with an option to extend performance through February 28, 2020, if exercised by the Government.

Selected individual(s) must have the following minimum qualifications:


The Paralegal must have a minimum of three years of experience as a paralegal with at least one year performing work similar to the work described in this performance work statement.

Minimum Experience and Knowledge:

The selected individual must have specific knowledge and experience in the following:

Using standard, pre-approved templates and checklists created by Government, paralegal will review real estate legal instruments and supporting documents for completeness of information, proper execution, certification, technical details, and other requirements for subsequent attorney review and use, This review may include review of preliminary title commitments and title certificates and preparation of objections to those title products; drafting of title curative documents; deeds; coordination with landowner attorneys; obtaining signatures for real estate documents such as closing documents; review draft purchase and sale contracts; title reports, title insurance, applicable trust and corporate documents, authorizations of the applicable parties to purchase/sell; conduct public record searches of parties, including judgment, tax liens, and UCC filings; review environmental assessments; prepare findings; and assemble condemnation packages.

Prepare assemble condemnation packages to be sent to Department of Justice for filing condemnation actions in Federal district Court. The paralegal will complete the task according to a standard pre-approved template and in compliance with Federal statutes and regulations for review by an attorney.

Review may require recommending to attorney whether documents provided to the office correspond with governing regulations, procedures, and other criteria. Paralegal may need to search highly specialized records and/or regulations to determine if approval is warranted. Based on this analysis and using drafts and templates provided, paralegal may draft objection letters and prepare final title opinion for subsequent attorney review and use.

Paralegal will be responsible for documenting and tracking real estate workload, including recording important dates (i.e. dates documents are received by MVM-OC and suspense dates), maintaining files in the office of counsel, organizing closing files, coordinating document needs and additional supporting information from other USACE employees, and calendaring all critical dates and contingencies

For each acquisition file, paralegal may be required to create a closing checklist from a template checklist prepared by MVM-OC and MVM-RE that outlines critical dates and the responsibilities of all parties.

Prepare a closing binder and/or scan all documents in accordance with RE and recordkeeping regulations to properly ensure proper storage of all documents.

Provide general and administrative support during downtime of real estate activities including scanning, filing, and routine mail tracking.

Develop, track and staff all inquiries.

All of paralegal work product will be submitted to attorney for further processing. Paralegal will be provided work, prioritization, and timeframe for completion by District counsel, however paralegal will be expected to work independently. Upon receipt of paralegal work product, attorney may provide corrections/redlines to paralegal for changes to work product but will not dictate manner of performance.

Paralegal is expected to adapt to the demands of the workload. Reviews must be thorough, timely, and performed to a professional standard.

OTHER : All candidates are subject to a criminal background check, reference checks, and drug screening as required by the client. Benefits available and excellent wage.


JPS Corporate Overview:
Jamison Professional Services, Inc. (“JPS”) a CVE Certified Service-Disabled Veteran Owned small business, is a customer driven firm with an extensive record of providing superior professional support services to our clients, supporting single and multiple nationally and internationally requirements. JPS consistently and successfully delivers qualified employees to numerous Federal agencies as well as other public and private sectors across a broad field of occupations and disciplines.

JPS offers a wide range of employment opportunities in the commercial and government arenas. We seek employees who share our values of service excellence, integrity and professionalism.

JPS affords equal employment opportunity to all individuals, regardless of race, creed, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, age, marital status, veteran status, disability, medical condition, gender identity, or sexual orientation. Our employees, as well as applicants and others with whom we do business, will not be subjected to sexual, racial, religious, ethnic, or any other form of unlawful harassment and/or discrimination. In addition, JPS adheres to the equal employment opportunity requirements of all states and localities in which it does business.

JPS’s commitment to equal opportunity is applied through every aspect of the employment relationship, including, but not limited to, recruitment, selection, placement, training, compensation, promotion, transfer, termination, and all other matters of employment.

Applicants may be required to successfully complete an online test to determine qualification for positions requiring specific skills.

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