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Chief of Staff
Oklahoma Attorney General
313 NE 21st Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
CHIEF ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL
Section: Public Utility
Position Close Date:
Location: Oklahoma City
Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Job Summary: The Chief Assistant Attorney General organizes, directs and supervises the Public Utility Unit. The successful candidate will be responsible for assigning, directing and evaluating the work of subordinate Attorneys, investigators and support staff in the unit. The successful candidate will have outstanding legal judgment and be able to effectively and professionally research, prepare, analyze and understand complex information and legal issues. The candidate will have the ability to interact professionally with the Attorney General, First Assistant Attorney General, Chief of Staff and investigative and support staff within the Attorney General's Office. The successful candidate must maintain the integrity of the Attorney General's Office as well as the confidentiality of information as required by the Attorney General and the Oklahoma Rules of Professional Conduct.
Qualifications: Applicants must be a licensed attorney in the State of Oklahoma with a minimum of 5 years in the practice of law. Preference will be given to candidates with experience in public utility regulation before the Oklahoma Corporation Commission or with other experience in regulatory law. Strong writing and oral advocacy skills are a must. Some travel will be required.
Section: Tobacco Enforcement Unit
Position Close Date: 04/25/2014
Salary: Commensurate with experience and qualifications
Job Summary: The Tobacco Enforcement Unit of the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office is seeking a Field Auditor to be located in its Tulsa office. The Tobacco Enforcement Unit enforces state laws related to the manufacture, sale, distribution, and possession of cigarettes and other tobacco products in the State of Oklahoma The Field Auditor will conduct desk audits as well as on-site audits of tobacco wholesalers, distributors and retailers of cigarettes and tobacco products to assure that tobacco product manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors and retailers engaged in the sale of cigarettes and tobacco products in the State of Oklahoma are compliant with all applicable state laws and regulatory requirements.
Qualifications: A bachelor's degree in business or related field with at least 9 hours of accounting. The applicant must have a thorough knowledge of accounting/auditing principles and methods, as well as the ability to comprehend complex laws and regulations. Knowledge of computer software applications such as Excel, Word and Microsoft Office Suite is required. A valid Oklahoma Driver’s license and the ability to travel is required. All applicants must agree in writing to complete, and satisfactorily pass, a background investigation by the Office of the Attorney General.
Section: Multicounty Grand Jury Unit
Position Close Date: 05/15/2014
Location: Oklahoma City
Honors internships for the summer term of 2014 will be assigned to the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) Division of the Multicounty Grand Jury Unit. As part of the AML Division, honors interns will report to work at a multi-agency task force environment comprised of federal, state, and local law enforcement. Honors interns will not be compensated, but will be able to set their own schedule during the summer break, ranging from twenty (20) to forty (40) hours a week. Each honors intern will gain critical insight into law enforcement at various levels, while also having the opportunity to work side by side with prosecutors and peace officers. Honors interns will be assigned a variety of office duties, ranging from investigative research support, to clerical duties, to research in support of ongoing, active cases. Further, honors interns will have the opportunity to participate in special field outings with members of law enforcement reserved exclusively for honors interns. Selection is highly competitive, and applicants are encouraged to apply early. Undergraduate, graduate, and law students are encouraged to apply.