Opioid Attorney

Job Description

  • Location: Atlanta, Georgia
  • Type: Contract
  • Job #18341

We’re looking for an Opioid Attorney to join our clients team on a contract-to-hire basis. This is a great opportunity to work with us for at least a year, and potentially even longer!

As our Opioid Attorney, you’ll be responsible for helping our Department implement a recent settlement agreement. You’ll be working on a hybrid schedule, with more work from home than in the office, and we’ll be paying you $60.00 an hour for your hard work.

In this role, you’ll participate in the implementation of settlements, agreements, and/or legal judgments, and develop administrative processes to maintain and monitor legal compliance. You’ll also provide analysis and recommendations on legal issues within the scope and authority of the agency, act as a liaison between the agency and Department of Law, and much more.

We’re looking for someone with experience drafting policy, healthcare compliance, privacy and security program management, or any equivalent combination of education and experience which would provide the knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties described in this job announcement. You’ll need excellent interpersonal skills, exceptional customer service skills, and proficiency in Microsoft Office applications.

If you have a law degree and are licensed to practice law in the State of Georgia (or have reciprocity), that’s fantastic! We’d also love to see experience with employment law, health law, developmental disabilities law, or behavioral health law. And if you graduated in the top 1/3 of your class with excellent writing and oral communication skills, even better!

If you’re interested in this exciting opportunity, please apply today!



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