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Zacchaeus Legal Services is growing and we need great employees to continue our success!


Hard work, professionalism and an ability to work with others are required. All ZLS employees are expected to be part of our team and make a good presentation to existing and prospective clients. This is a great opportunity if you are looking for a career  as opposed to simply a job.


Experience, special study or paralegal training is not necessary. However, please set out any such experience, if any, on your resume.


As a part of the interview process, along with providing a resume, applicants will be expected to take a typing test, proof-read a document, and present a writing sample (100-200 words).  Prospective employees will also be required to take a drug test and submit to a criminal background check.


ZLS has a good work team in place, has a very nice facility (which includes an exercise room with exercise time allowance, shower, small courtyard and break room with full kitchen), and provides 11 paid holidays per year, health insurance, retirement program, vacation and sick leave.


ZLS is a smoke-free workplace, therefore no smoking is allowed on the premises. Please do not apply if you do not intend to make this locale your permanent residence. We are looking for long-term employees.  If you would like to be considered for one of these positions as it becomes available, please e-mail your resume to mitzi@zls-nc.com or mail it via the U.S. Postal Service to P.O. Box 25, Trenton, NC 28585.



Document Processor and Settlement Representative

This full-time permanent position entails preparing legal documents and correspondence, answering the telephone, and providing payoffs to taxpayers and financial institutions, in addition to other duties, as assigned.

Title Searcher

This full-time permanent position entails researching real estate records, examining titles and documentation such as mortgages, liens, judgments, easements, plat books, and maps, and summarizing recorded documents that affect property titles, in addition to other duties, as assigned.