Job Opening: Italian Dual Citizenship Pro

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Job Opening: Italian Dual Citizenship Pro

Postby aliza24 » 07 Aug 2012, 00:29

Ciao a tutti:

Roots in the Boot is looking for an Italian Dual Citizenship Specialist.

If you're interested and feel like you're a good match, please send a cover letter explaining why you think you're a good fit (subject line: Italian DC Job) to:

Aliza Giammatteo
aliza@rootsintheboot.com

Here's some info about the position:

Job Description
Assist with Italian dual citizenship clients as needed. Responsibilities may include: acquiring official copies of US records needed to apply for Italian dual citizenship, acquiring apostilles, ordering corrected records, etc.

Requirements
-- Minimum 2-3 years of experience acquiring 20th century US records, preferably from a variety of US city/county/state/national repositories (primarily birth, marriage, death, and naturalization records)

-- Knowledge of each step of the process of acquiring Italian dual citizenship

-- Ability to figure out where the records needed are housed and how to order them

-- Attention to detail: does the name say “Triolo” with an “o” or “Triola” with an “a”?

Not required but strongly preferred
Familiarity with Italian & Italian American culture, particularly with things like: Italian names and spellings, Italian naming traditions, common nicknames for Italian names or Anglicized versions of Italian names

About Roots in the Boot

We're a professional Italian heritage business based in Las Vegas, Nevada, with researchers in Salt Lake City and team members across the US and Italy.
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