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HCMP Open Positions

Associate Attorney – Environmental

HCMP seeks an environmental attorney with 3-6 years of experience to join and help grow its thriving, nationally-ranked environmental practice. The ideal candidate must have a depth of experience working on sophisticated transactional, regulatory, and litigation matters involving contaminated property and application of the Washington Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA) and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). Experience with, or demonstrable interest in, real estate transactions and development involving contaminated property, environmental insurance claims, and a willingness to take on a diverse range of fast-paced environmental matters are necessary components of this role.

At HCMP, our culture is defined by our commitment to teamwork and cooperation, so a successful candidate must excel in working with multidisciplinary teams. Some portable business is a plus, but a willingness to assist with executing our team’s business development plan is required.

HCMP offers an atmosphere of excellence for attorneys and staff in a collegial, non-institutional setting that encourages collaborative effort and broad client contact. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit a confidential resume and cover letter to hr@hcmp.com.  HCMP is an equal-opportunity employer.


Associate Attorney - Transactional Finance & Banking

HCMP seeks an associate attorney to join our extraordinary team of attorneys and paralegals who represent banks and private lenders in sophisticated commercial loan transactions. Our team is extremely active and handles a broad range of loan types and collateral all over the Western United States, with an emphasis on real estate secured lending. Our work provides a unique opportunity for direct and ongoing client relationships in a team setting that promotes early development of client management responsibilities.

Delivering an exceptional client experience, self-motivation, teamwork, creativity and utmost care for details are critical success factors for this role. The ideal candidate will also have at least four years of relevant transactional experience, including documentation, negotiation, and closing of real estate-secured financing transactions on behalf of lenders.

HCMP offers an atmosphere of excellence for attorneys and staff in a collegial, non-institutional setting that encourages collaborative effort and broad client contact. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter to hr@hcmp.com. HCMP is an equal-opportunity employer.


Associate Attorney - Estate Planning

HCMP seeks an estate planning attorney to join its thriving estate planning practice. The ideal candidate should have at least 5 years of experience handling all aspects of estate and trust matters, including drafting wills, trusts, powers of attorney, healthcare directives and related documents, assisting with determining the need for probate and preparing the documents to administer estates, providing tax support and tax research with the preparation and filing of federal and state estate tax returns, and preparing the documents for transfers of interests to trusts and various types of beneficiaries.  An experienced attorney with a well-established practice or one with less experience and some portable business would be a plus, but a willingness to assist with executing our team’s business development plan is required.

At HCMP, our culture is defined by our commitment to excellent service to our clients, and the teamwork and cooperation to provide that service. We value open doors, mentorship, and recognition for accomplishment.  

HCMP offers an atmosphere of excellence for attorneys and staff in a collegial, non-institutional setting that encourages collaborative effort and broad client contact. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter to hr@hcmp.com.  HCMP is an equal-opportunity employer.


Reasonable Accommodation Requests

Applicants with disabilities may contact HCMP Human Resources by telephone, fax, e-mail, mail or other means to request and arrange for accommodations. If you need assistance to accommodate a disability, you may request an accommodation at any time. Please contact Veronica Sutton, Director of Human Resources, at 206-470-7687 (direct), 206-623-7789 (fax), or veronica.sutton@hcmp.com.