The Assistant Director (AD) of the Office of Planning and Evaluation (OPE) provides oversight for analytical work conducted in OPE, including the Peer Review program, Debtor Auditor program, and serves as a legal expert on important policy and research studies. The incumbent is responsible for nationwide research and data collection, long-term planning, policy development, program evaluation and management, public outreach, leadership development, training, and records management. Specifically, the AD oversees the operation of four subordinate areas of OPE: Analysis and Evaluation, the National Bankruptcy Training Institute, Public Affairs and Communications, and Records Management.
Duties: In this position, the successful candidate will:
Oversee and supervise, through subordinate supervisors, all aspects of studies of the USTP and the bankruptcy system to evaluate the effectiveness of specific current and proposed bankruptcy program activities;
Oversee the Peer...
**This position is open 08/16/2024**
***This is an open continuous announcement to fill multiple positions as they become available. Applications will be reviewed on a continuous basis for the duration of this announcement***
Positions may be placed in any of the Commissions’ Operating Division/Offices, located at Headquarters in Washington, DC; Chicago, IL; New York, NY; and/or Kansas City, MO offices. Divisions may include but not limited to the following offices:
Division of Clearing Risk
Division of Enforcement
Division of Market Oversight
Market Participants Division
Office of General Counsel
For more information on the Operating Offices/Divisions, please visit: CFTC Organization | CFTC
The incumbent will perform as a Junior Attorney to gain experience working on complex legal matters and policy initiatives relating to commodity derivatives law. With supervisory support, and depending on the assigned division or office, duties may include:...
U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Telework eligible Yes—We are currently operating under a remote posture, if selected, you will be required to follow Return to Work policies and procedures.
**This position is open until June 28, 2024**
As a Trial Attorney, you may join one of two well-respected Divisions; serving on a team responsible for supporting the Act and Regulations adopted by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Selections may be made in The Office of General Counsel (OGC) or The Division of Enforcement (DOE).
The Division of Enforcement is responsible for conducting investigations and enforcement activities pursuant to the provisions of the Commodity Exchange Act (Act) and the rules and regulations adopted by the Commission thereunder (Regulations). These include investigating suspected violations of said statute, rules, and regulations, conducting administrative proceedings before the Commission itself, and conducting civil actions in federal district courts including injunctive and subpoena enforcement actions.
This position is located in the Office of the General Counsel (OGC). OGC represents the Commission in the U.S. District...
The City Attorney is the chief legal counsel for the City of Bothell and serves as the primary legal advisor to the City. Reporting to the City Manager, the City Attorney provides leadership, direction, and guidance for legal issues and provides counsel to the City Manager, City Council, staff, committees, and commissions. Furthermore, the City Attorney provides legal advice to guide City policies, decisions, and activities and ensures that the City receives the highest quality legal representation.
The City Attorney is an integral part of the City’s executive leadership team and collaborates with key staff across all departments to provide legal advice and ensure projects are completed promptly and responsibly. This position analyzes legal trends, interprets concerns, and presents alternatives to the City Manager, City Council, and various City departments regarding major issues facing the City. The City Attorney drafts and interprets City ordinances and...
Hall, Render, Killian, Heath & Lyman is the nation’s largest law firm focused on matters specific to health care organizations. Hall Render is currently seeking a mid-level tax attorney with two to six years of experience. Work assignments will be focused in the areas of tax, tax exemption, and corporate and business services. The ideal candidate would have an accounting/CPA background, an LLM in taxation, and/or prior employment with the Internal Revenue Service. Experience advising health care and/or nonprofit organizations is also preferred. While the Indianapolis office is the preferred location, we will consider other locations based on the skillset and experience of the candidate.
Hall Render offers competitive compensation and benefits. Benefits include medical/vision/dental/disability/life insurance, PTO, 401(k) and profit sharing, parental leave, CLE allowance, and cell phone.
Please submit a letter of interest and resume. Click here to apply....
San Diego City Attorney's Office
Hybrid (San Diego, CA, USA)
POSITION: Deputy City Attorney DIVISION: Criminal and Community Justice Divisions SALARY: $89,997 - $170,236 (See Supplemental Information and Notes)
PRIMARY DUTIES The Criminal Division of the San Diego City Attorney's Office is seeking applications from attorneys who are interested in a position as a Deputy City Attorney. Our deputies prepare and prosecute misdemeanor criminal cases in the City of San Diego by handling a variety of motions, misdemeanor jury trials, and conducting legal research. Strong preference will be given to applicants with some courtroom experience who have tried cases to jury verdict. These are entry level positions (Deputy City Attorney I & II) as well as positions for applicants with experience prosecuting criminal cases and/or handling complex civil litigation matters (Deputy City Attorney III, IV and V). Those hired will be assigned initially as prosecutors in our General Trial Unit , the Domestic Violence &...
The University of California (UC), Merced, the youngest campus in the world-renowned University of California system, seeks a new Chief Campus Counsel to lead the unique institution into an exciting new era as it continues to grow and distinguish itself within the UC system and among research universities globally. The new Chief Campus Counsel will be joining the University at a pivotal time to support its extensive growth and ensure its continued success. The Chief Campus Counsel will serve as a member of the Chancellor’s senior leadership team. Reporting to the Chancellor and the University of California General Counsel, the Chief Campus Counsel provides legal assistance and services to the UC Merced campus and serves as a senior advisor on institutional policy and decision making that requires a legal perspective.
Opened to undergraduates in 2005, UC Merced was the first new University of California campus in 40 years, and the first American research university of the...
The City of Santa Rosa is Seeking an Experienced Litigation Attorney
Applications will be accepted and continually reviewed until a sufficient number of qualified applications has been received or the position is filled. The recruitment may close at any time. Apply today!
See our Recruitment Brochure CLICK HERE
Be part of a dynamic, diverse, and knowledgeable organization committed to excellence in serving a thriving community! The City is committed to building a workforce reflective of our community and establishing a lasting culture of equity and belonging within our organization. Our collective talents and expertise contribute to high-quality public services that support a vibrant, resilient, inclusive City for our community and visitors. We celebrate a diverse workforce and welcome all qualified candidates to apply.
Benefits of City Employment
In addition to offering a great work environment and excellent salary,...
The Office of the General Counsel at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Kansas City, MO, USA
This is a General Attorney Advisor position in the Region VII, Kansas City Office. The attorney will be expected to provide a variety of legal services to one or more Department components in the region, including the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the Office for Civil Rights, and Health Resources and Services Administration, and the Administration for Children and Families, on matters which often require coordination with other components of the Department, other OGC offices, or the U.S. Department of Justice.
Attorneys may represent the agency in litigation against hospitals, nursing homes, health plans, clinical laboratories, and other health care providers to enforce compliance with federal requirements; aid in the recovery of misspent Medicare, Medicaid, and federal grant funds; advise the Office for Civil Rights in the investigation and resolution of unauthorized uses and/or disclosures of personal health information by health care entities; and represent the...