General Motors Paralegal - Emissions & Regulatory - LEG0000555 in Detroit, Michigan

The paralegal will focus on mobile environmental, dangerous goods transportation (DGT) and Substances of Concern (SoC) regulatory matters, including conducting legal research and writing, and interfacing with the client.

Key responsibilities include :

·Assist attorneys in addressing mobile compliance matters (vehicle emissions/fuel economy/noise)

·Assist attorneys in addressing regulatory compliance matters (DGT/SoC)

·Interact regularly with mobile and regulatory clients on the responsibilities described above

·Conduct legal research using reference materials for emission and regulatory subject areas

·Assist attorneys in meetings with the client, responding to agencies’ information requests, and monitoring applicable global regulations

·Update and maintain the practice area’s Sharepoint website

The policy of General Motors is to extend opportunities to qualified applicants and employees on an equal basis regardless of an individual's age, race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression or veteran status. Additionally, General Motors is committed to being an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and offers opportunities to all job seekers including individuals with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation to assist with your job search or application for employment, email us at Careers.Accommodations@GM.com. In your email, please include a description of the specific accommodation you are requesting as well as the job title and requisition number of the position for which you are applying.

Qualifications/Skills include:

·College degree

·Paralegal certificate

·A minimum of two years paralegal experience, preferably in emission and regulatory matters

·Knowledge of legal processes, including federal/state/local laws and regulations

·High proficiency in legal research and writing

·Knowledge of computer systems and technology

·High level of problem solving and analytical skills

·High level of oral and written communication skills

·Ability to work independently with minimal supervision

·Ability to work in a team environment

·Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet project deadlines

·Ability to interact with the client, advocacy groups, and government agencies

·Ability to search and input information into a variety of databases

·Demonstrated individual judgment, initiative, and resourcefulness