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U.S. Small Business Administration is hiring lawyers and paralegals

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'We have expedited the hiring process to bring qualified people on board ASAP'

SBA logoThe U.S. Small Business Administration is actively recruiting lawyers and paralegals to review and close SBA Disaster Loans for small business owners in need of COVID-19 disaster assistance relief.

“To get right to the point, we have an urgent need to hire attorneys and paralegals,” said Patricia Gibson, a senior advisor at the SBA, adding the jobs are temporary (two to six months), full-time, and many of the positions can be done virtually. “We have expedited the hiring process to bring qualified people on board ASAP.”

Gibson said real estate experience is a plus and those waiting on bar exam results may apply. Attorneys must present a current bar card, but may be licensed in any state.

Paralegal Specialist
GS-0950-09/11; Full time (Temp)
Office of Disaster Assistance (ODA); Processing Disbursement Center (PDC); Fort Worth, TX;
Open to United States Citizens

Attorney Advisor (Gen)
(Supersedes previous announcement, EXC-20-057-PDC-10755112, to amend duty location)
GS-0301-09/11; Full time (Temp)
Office of Disaster Assistance (ODA); Processing and Disbursement Center (PDC); Duty Station Negotiable.
Open to United States Citizens

Legal Assistant
GS-0986-06/07; Full time (Temp)
Office of Disaster Assistance (ODA); Processing Disbursement Center (PDC); Fort Worth, TX;
Open to United States Citizens

 

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