Employment Opportunities


Compliance Coordinator

The Compliance Coordinator reports to the State Bar’s Executive Director for matters related to member registration/reporting requirements and serves as the staff liaison to the State Bar’s Mandatory Legal Education Commission for matters related to continuing legal education requirements. With the MCLE Commission, duties include scheduling meetings, preparing documents, reporting to and serving as the Secretary at Commission meetings; insuring compliance with member registration requirements; and tracking, monitoring and insuring compliance with mandatory continuing legal education, financial responsibility disclosure and IOLTA reporting requirements

Job Duties for membership include maintaining new attorney admission information; entering information regarding deaths, suspensions, annulments or other membership changes; coordinate printing and communication of notices of requirement of fee payment and reporting of FRD and IOLTA information.

Job Duties for MCLE include handling inquiries regarding approval of education courses, hours and requirements; working with IT staff to coordinate tracking of accredited course information and member compliance status; working with Executive Director and others to plan State Bar sponsored legal education seminars.  The Coordinator tracks notifies members who do not comply with CLE or membership requirements and assists with the filing of the Petition for Suspension for Noncompliance with the Supreme Court of Appeals.

The coordinator is expected to assist with member inquiries, office operations, and any other tasks that may be assigned.

Requirements: Applicant must be proficient in the Microsoft suite of Office applications, Adobe Acrobat, and familiar with website editing and content management; must have experience working in document management systems and working with databases; must be able to prioritize while working under tight time constraints; have strong organizational skills, the ability to multi-task, attention to detail and ability to work independently. Must present themselves professionally and have customer service experience.

Bachelor’s degree is required; Individuals with a law degree may also apply.

To apply for this position send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to caseya@wvbar.org by 4:00p.m. September 23, 2019.