The Oregon Department of Justice is seeking applicants for at least two Salem-based attorney positions in the Tax and Finance Section of the General Counsel Division.
The Tax & Finance Section represents the many agencies that provide financing to a variety of recipients to stimulate economic development, provide affordable housing, assist with healthcare needs, and address many other crucial needs throughout the state. This position offers a diverse and stimulating finance-related practice. The successful applicant will be primarily responsible for providing advice to state agencies, and drafting, reviewing and approving contracts related to federal and state-funded grants, loans and other financing agreements.
The position duties include providing legal advice to client agencies, such as the Oregon Housing and Community Services Department and Oregon State Treasurer’s office, as well as reviewing and providing advice regarding grants, loans, and other financial transactions for those agencies and others, including the Oregon Department of Education, Oregon Health Authority and more. The attorney in this position may also work with other attorneys in the section to advise and represent the Oregon Lottery, the Oregon Employment Department and the Public Employee Benefit Board and may be assign other clients and responsibilities.
If the work and atmosphere described interests you, give us the opportunity to consider you for this important role. Also, look to our other postings on this site and in Workday Oregon. We hire regularly across the Department. For that reason, check back often. A similar opportunity that you should also check out is linked here: Assistant Attorney General. We are excited to get to know you!
WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU
Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. The Department of Justice is an equal opportunity employer, does not discriminate based on race, color, national origin, ethnicity, veteran, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age or disability, and is committed to workplace diversity. Employees are expected to understand the agency’s affirmative action goals and objectives and treat everyone with dignity and respect.