Temporary/RemoteThe position will be responsible for assisting Land Use Planning Commission (LUPC) staff by providing advanced-level paralegal support in reviewing land division histories. Requires an understanding of Maine Subdivision Law. The primary function of this position is to support LUPC staff by completing advanced complex land division histories and creating conceptual plans to illustrate those histories, for which analytical and computer skills are essential.

RequirementsTo be minimally qualified for this position, candidates must provide evidence of the following experience:•A Bachelor’s Degree and three(3) years of paralegal experience in a law firm, court,or legal services agency or an equivalent combination of education and/orexperience, such as education with experience in real estate.•Experience in completing and reviewing complex land division and lot creationhistories.•Experience in counting parcels, lots, or dwelling units under the definitions ofsubdivision.•Experience in evaluating lot exempt status for the purposes of counting lots.•Experience in differing types of deeds and leases, such as warranty deeds, quitclaim deeds, sheriff’s deeds, and mortgage deeds.•Experience with parcel and deed research in applicable Registry of Deeds utilizingan online browser.•Experience in evaluating spaghetti lots.•Use of email and Microsoft TEAMS to communicate with staff. Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. CommentsPlease forward your cover letter and resume to the above email address.Please type, "Paralegal" in the subject line.

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