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University of Utah - S.J. Quinney College of Law

August 7, 2020

 

2020-2021 Faculty Recruitment

 

The University
of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law invites applications for faculty
positions at the rank of associate professor (tenure track) beginning
academic year 2021-2022. Candidates should be aspiring law faculty or junior
lateral candidates. Qualifications for the positions include a legal degree,
an exemplary academic record, demonstrated scholarly merit, proven or
potential teaching distinction, and a demonstrated commitment to
diversity, equity, and inclusion. Although all qualified candidates will be
considered, the College of Law seeks candidates with teaching interests
primarily in the areas of administrative law, business associations, civil
procedure, commercial law, constitutional law, contracts, clinics/experiential
learning, and federal courts, and secondarily in the areas of environmental
law, property, and torts. Candidates should submit an application to the
University of Utah Human Resources website: 
http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/106394

 

The University of Utah is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer and educator. Minorities, women, veterans, and those with disabilities
are strongly encouraged to apply. Veterans’ preference is extended to qualified
veterans. Reasonable disability accommodations will be provided
with adequate notice. For additional information about the
University’s commitment to equal opportunity and access see: 
http://www.utah.edu/nondiscrimination/. 

Compensation: Commensurate with experience

jody.gonzales@law.utah.edu

8015816571

Marc Z Legal Staffing

August 7, 2020

Associate General Counsel, Claims & Risk Management 

This company, located in Boston, MA, is a national network of local health and human services providers offering an array of services to adults and children with intellectual disabilities as well as emotional & behavioral challenges.

Summary of the position:

This attorney is responsible for managing litigation, claims and risk associated with employee workplace incidents. The position applies experience in defending workers compensation litigation, and procuring and renewing workers compensation and other insurances.

Please call me at 617-338-1300 or email me at amy@marczlegal.com for more detailed information.

Compensation: $140,000-$160,000

amy@marczlegal.com

617-338-1300

Nationwide Insurance

August 7, 2020

Managing Trial Attorney

If you’re passionate about becoming a Nationwide associate
and believe you have the potential to be something great, let’s talk.

Number 54 on the Fortune Magazine 100 Best Places to Work.

 

Would you thrive in an environment where you can deliver
top-quality legal services to support the mission of a Fortune 100 insurance
company to protect people, businesses and futures with extraordinary care? If
you possess the academic credentials, strong analytical skills and legal acumen
needed for successful litigation work, our team may be the right place for you!

 

Nationwide Trial Division (NTD) is a national team with
approximately 40 offices throughout six regions across the United States. As a
Managing Trial Attorney (MTA), you’ll lead one of those offices within a region
with the opportunity to directly influence and drive the office’s reputation,
performance, and health in alignment with Nationwide’s overall mission and
NTD’s strategic objectives. Similar to a managing partner, you’ll be
accountable for all aspects of office operations, including staffing (trial
attorneys, paralegals and support staff), case assignments, quality and
delivery of legal services, budgeting, workflow and associate development and
performance. You’ll work closely with senior leadership to grow the office’s
case referrals, as well as cultivate strong and enduring relationships with
claims partners at all levels. You’ll typically have no fewer than 10 direct
reports, and in some larger offices, may manage a second MTA (H-4). There also
may be limited opportunities for you to directly handle cases.

 

Key Responsibilities

1.       Implements, manages and complies with all aspects of NTD best
practices, processes and guidelines, providing training as needed. Knowledgeable
in highly specialized and dedicated commercial practice and other specialty
areas. Partners with National Practice Group Associate Vice Presidents on any
performance-related matters in specialty areas. Identifies and shares
opportunities for increasing attorney proficiency in specialized and commercial
practice areas.

2.       Manages attorney, paralegal and support staff performance and
productivity for assigned office. May supervise MTA (H-4). Reviews, assigns
work, and monitors quality and productivity. Assesses case performance on open
and closed files; seeks feedback from claims partners and NTD senior
leadership. Ensures follow up and action plans are implemented and any
deficiencies in the office are resolved. Monitors ongoing compliance.  May have limited opportunities to handle your
own caseload (ideally no more than 5 cases, if any).  Responsible for development, coaching and
feedback, training and mentoring individual associates.

3.       Maintains and promotes good relationships with clients and
claims management. Partners with senior leadership in recommending strategies
to increase and retain claims business. Works with claim leadership to assess
needs for litigation defense strategies for new product lines and new theories
of liability and then works with NTD Leadership team on training and
development opportunities for associates.

4.       Manages and coordinates all administrative functions, including
expenses, for the office. Collaborates with Business Operations to ensure that
administration services provided to the office are at an acceptable level.
Serves as the primary contact for identifying NTD corporate real estate needs.
Participates in site surveys/selections; partners with vendors in the
relocation of Trial Division offices.

5.       Responsible for preparation of various business reports to
manage office. Reviews and analyzes trends and recommendations to upper
management regarding short-term and long-term critical business decisions.
Assists leadership team with monitoring industry and litigation trends and
making recommendations on development and training opportunities for staff.

6.       Monitors and responds to office growth demands and reduction in
force, including staffing, physical plan and technology needs. Provides
recommendations to senior leaders regarding increasing efficiencies and
decreasing costs. Plans and coordinates projects regarding systems and
processes changes. Ensures compliance with technology expectations and
associate capabilities with technology managed in the office.

7.      
May perform other duties
as assigned.

 

Team
Composition:

Direct
reports: Attorneys, paralegals and staff support staff. Composition and number
of reports will vary dependent upon office. Indirect reports include all
reports of other people leader in the office.

Reporting Relationships: Regional Associate Vice President

Typical
Skills and Experiences:

Education: Juris Doctor degree from an
accredited law school.

License/Certification/Designation: Maintains an active license in the state in
which the position is located.

Experience: Seasoned attorney in an area of law. Typically has a minimum of
15 years of civil litigation, trial experience, and substantial jury trial
experience as lead counsel. Significant management experience required.

Knowledge, Abilities and
Skills:
  Deep or significant
experience in a specific or highly complex area of law. Considered the subject
matter expert within his or her area of legal expertise and/or possessing
strong leadership skills to manage an area of expertise. Excellent written and
verbal communication skills. Significant negotiation skills. Excellent
analytical and legal skills. Computer savvy with a working knowledge of basic
software and use of the same. Good time management and organization skills.
Contact with all levels of management and clients. Ability to train trial
attorneys, paralegals and support staff. Decision making ability to set work
priorities and make recommendations. Ability to initiate, organize and
coordinate complex projects and cases. Strong leadership skills used to direct and
/or indirect influencing such as team building, motivating, influencing and
problem solving.

Other
criteria, including leadership skills, competencies and experiences may take
precedence.

Staffing
exceptions to the above must be approved by the hiring manager’s leader and
Human Resources Business Partner.

Values:
Regularly and consistently demonstrates the Nationwide Values and Guiding
Behaviors. Complies with the private practice of law policy and the ethical
rules of the state where the position is located. Must also acknowledge and
comply with all corporate and NTD policies and procedures.

Job Conditions
Overtime Eligibility:
Not
Eligible (Exempt)

Working Conditions: Normal office environment. Frequent Travel. Occasional
overnight travel. Extended hours are often necessary to meet the demands of the
profession.

 

ADA: The
above statements cover what are generally believed to be principal and
essential functions of this job. Specific circumstances may allow or require
some people assigned to the job to perform a somewhat different combination of
duties.

 

Credit
Check:
Due to the fiduciary accountabilities of this job,
a valid credit check and/or background will be required as part of the
selection process.

Compensation: 0

thoma50@nationwide.com

614-249-1235

The Dramatists Guild of America

August 6, 2020

The Dramatists Guild of America was established in 1919 to help dramatists protect the artistic and economic integrity of their work and to advocate on their behalf. The Guild has over 8,000 members nationwide, from student writers to the most prominent authors being produced on Broadway, Off-Broadway and in regional theaters. The Guild assists dramatists in developing both their artistic and business skills through its educational programs, publications, seminars, workshops, and its Business Affairs department, which provides model agreement forms, reviews contracts, and offers business advice on standard practices in the theater industry.

The Dramatists Guild of America is seeking an attorney to serve as Director of Business Affairs. The Director of Business Affairs will report to the Executive Director of Business Affairs and will directly serve the membership. The ideal candidate has a background in copyright and/or IP law and is self-motivated, professional, capable of prioritizing, and has an eye for detail.   

Duties of this position include, but are not limited to: providing business advice to members, reviewing contracts and updating industry guidelines as needed, and educating members on business standards. The Director of Business Affairs will:

  • Review with members the pertinent principles of law related to authorship of dramatic works, including intellectual property, contracts, privacy/publicity/defamation, collaboration, and free expression;
  • Review with members pertinent business standards related to their theatrical work, including;
  1. Analysis and assessment of member contracts relative to industry standards;
  2. Addressing member concerns and disputes regarding breaches of contract, alleged infringements, delinquent payments, representation, collaboration, and such related matters by: corresponding with involved parties to achieve resolution, where possible; referring members to DG mediation, as required, and participate in member mediations, as needed.
  • Write BA-related articles and blurbs to educate membership;
  • Write and update model contracts and guidelines, as needed;
  • Strategize and implement new BA services and programs for members;
  • Liaison with Theater Affiliates, including review of entries in Resource Directory to ensure that Affiliates are in compliance with applicable Guild standards;
  • Oversee BA Associate and legal interns;
  • Participate in BA seminars, panels, events, etc., as needed; and
  • Consult with Council and committees, as needed.

Requirements:

  • J.D. and NY Bar certification (or obtaining certification within first year of employment),
  • Familiarity with legal principles regarding contracts, copyright, fair use, privacy, and free expression (familiarity with theater industry business practices a plus),
  • Proficiency with legal research and writing,
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills,
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills,
  • Strong interpersonal communication skills,
  • Knowledge of MS Office, and
  • Familiarity with online CRM tools (like Zoho) a plus.

Please send a cover letter and resume to: jobs@dramatistsguild.com

Salary: $65-$70K, plus benefits package

Compensation: 65,000-70,000 plus Full Benefits Package

jobs@dramatistsguild.com

2123989366

Marc Z Legal Staffing

August 5, 2020

At
Marc Z Legal Staffing (Marc Z Legal), we pride ourselves in providing premier
staffing services through unparalleled knowledge of the legal marketplace. Our
company is comprised of experienced recruitment industry professionals who were
attorneys, in-house counsels, administrators and human resources professionals
for local and national law firms and companies. We’ve walked in your shoes and
shared in your experiences. We know what’s LEGAL!

A 500 attorney national law firm is seeking a Director of Diversity & Inclusion to work in either their Boston or New York Office.

A summary of the job is below:

The Director of Diversity and Inclusion will support, develop, and implement a diversity strategic plan and initiatives that will enhance diversity and inclusion in all Firm operations.  The Director of Diversity and Inclusion will work closely with the Firm’s executive management, Diversity Committee, the Legal Recruiting Team, the Attorney Development Team, members and other administrative departments to further the Firm’s diversity and inclusion initiatives.  This position reports primarily to the Managing Member with a secondary reporting line to the Chief Operating Officer. 

Although a JD is not required, it is preferred!

The firm is open to potentially assisting in relocation costs as well.

If you are interested and would like to hear more about this position, please call me at 617-338-1300 or email me at: amy@marczlegal.com


Compensation: Depending on Experience

amy@marczlegal.com

617-338-1300

Top RANK

August 3, 2020

We are seeking a Senior Counsel Attorney for our client in beautiful Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Our client specializes in insurance and financial strategies.  We are not looking for a typical attorney who works in a law firm and practices a specific discipline (e.g., tax law, real estate law, etc.).  Rather, we seek an attorney who has broad experience in business operations counsel, who can represent over 70 stakeholders in the organization on the legal and financial implications of various business-related transactions; who possesses the black and white transactional and technical skills, but also understands sales and has good people skills. 

 

Perhaps, you have been thinking about becoming a partner, but have concerns about your firm being sold, or you still want a work/life balance with the responsibility of being a partner.  If this sounds like you, then please know that our client is NOT for sale, and we want to talk to you about a partnership.

 

YOUR PRIMARY REPSONSIBILITIES

 

As Senior Counsel, you will report to the General Counsel, and work with other in-house attorneys, engaging directly with individuals in various business units and operational departments. Below are many of the responsibilities you will have:

 

  • Analyze sophisticated corporate entity structures and relationships in order to make appropriate legal recommendations regarding the same
  • Learn, understand and advise on current sophisticated legal entity structure
  • Learn and/or keep current with developments in the field of specialty to ensure compliance
  • Draft, review, and provide advice regarding a wide range of legal entity documentation for corporations and LLCs 
  • Draft, negotiate, review, and provide advice regarding our internal operating agreements amongst our various business units and producers
  • Draft, negotiate, review, and provide advice regarding a wide range of business agreements and documents such as: commercial contracts, third-party agreements, vendor contracts, and commercial leases
  • Draft, review, negotiate, and collaborate with our business teams on all aspects of service agreements, non-disclosure agreements, statements of work, and other Company agreements
  • Understand and apply basic corporate finance and tax principals to corporate transactions
  • Draft, review, and advise on corporate policies
  • Coordinate and assist with development and implementation of efficient business processes around compliance, contracts, claims, litigation, carrier and broker agreements, and corporate documents   
  • Manage projects to ensure timely completion, effective communication, documentation, and implementation
  • Assist in management and further development of members of the legal staff
  • Perform other duties, as assigned, appropriate to the position 

 

EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

  • A Juris Doctorate (JD) degree from an ABA-accredited law school, and a good standing member of the state bar
  • 5-8 years of general corporate, mergers & acquisitions, corporate governance and other transactional experience
  • Strong background in all aspects of corporate transactions and commercial contracts
  • Must have very strong organizational, collaboration, and time management skills, as well as the ability to handle numerous projects and deliverables simultaneously.
  • Experience in business operations calling for multiple legal skills, as opposed to a specialized discipline

 

IF YOU HAVE THESE SKILLS AND WORK CULTURE CHARACTERISTICS, YOU ARE IN HIGH DEMAND!

  • Experience working with insurance companies or independent insurance agencies
  • Experience with data protection, privacy, Risk Management, Software Licensing and Intellectual Property, and insurance regulation

 

HERE ARE SOME OF THE GREAT BENEFITS YOU WILL BE OFFERED

 

  • Health, dental, vision, disability, life, Health Savings Account, 401(k) retirement plan, Group Life, Voluntary Life, Long & Short Term disability, EAP, Tuition Reimbursement, Donation Match program, Wellness incentives, Paid Time Off


A DIVERSE WORKFORCE MATTERS TO US!

 

We are proud to support an organization that is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive work environment. Our client wants you; all of you; your whole self!  They want to celebrate and leverage their differences as a business family, and continue to build an organization that deeply values equity, diversity, inclusion, and engagement.  Our client strongly encourages qualified applicants from all backgrounds to apply, regardless of race, sex, color, creed, ancestry, national origin, marital status, families with children, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, status with regard to public assistance, status as a veteran or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law. 

 

People are people!

Compensation: 150000

aarrington@topranktalentsolutions.com

3195332624

Carpenter Legal Search, Inc.

July 20, 2020

Vice
President and Deputy General Counsel, Strategic Projects (M&A)

A
highly innovative technology company has retained Carpenter Legal Search, Inc.
(“CLS”) to identify a
Vice
President and Deputy General Counsel, Strategic Projects (M&A)
.

 

Overview: As this high functioning,
fast-paced organization’s lead for strategic projects, this position is
responsible for a broad range of the company’s global legal support for complex
transactions, corporate governance, securities regulatory compliance and
product development. Reporting to the General Counsel, this position is a
member of the management team for the Legal and IP Department.

 

Essential
Functions
:

·        
Strategic transactions.
The Deputy GC implements the legal and IP aspects of complex deal-making for
mergers, acquisitions, strategic collaborations, and complex procurement,
including deal structuring, negotiation, contract drafting, due diligence, and
post-deal activities such as the integration of acquired companies.

·        
Securities regulatory compliance.
The Deputy GC oversees the team’s attorneys who support the area of securities
regulatory compliance, including overseeing disclosure activities under
Regulation FD, drafting the annual proxy report and other disclosure documents,
and providing advice and guidance related to the company’s business activities
in the context of insider trading rules and other securities regulations to the
company’s Board, executives, finance department, investor relations
professionals, and other stakeholders. This role supports the company’s
compensation and benefits teams in the regulatory and corporate governance
aspects of the company’s equity programs globally.

·        
Corporate governance.
The Deputy GC and her/his team work in close collaboration with the General
Counsel to support the Board of Directors, including preparing for meetings and
continuously monitoring best practices in corporate and board governance and
driving implementation of evolving practices at the company. The Deputy GC also
oversees the team’s attorneys who support the area of subsidiary management,
including internal corporate finance matters and restructurings, maintenance of
the books and records of subsidiaries, and subsidiary Boards of Directors
support. The Deputy GC also directs the activities of the company’s
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) program, including publication of an
annual report, implementation of a continuous improvement program, and
participation in investor outreach.

·        
Product compliance.
The Deputy GC and her/his team are experts in the company’s technology and GTM
practices and provide selected embedded support to enable seamless management
of legal and IP risks in the development and product marketing processes,
including in the areas of data and privacy management, IP protection,
management of third party technology in the company’s products, and export
control processes related to product distribution.

·        
Intellectual property
program.
The Deputy GC oversees the team
implementing the company’s programs to develop and protect patents, copyrights,
and trade secrets globally. This activity includes the development of
strategies and roadmaps in each area, implementation of activities to execute
on these plans, and effective cost management. The program encompasses legal support
to the company’s license compliance program, open source management program,
and trademark registration activities.

 

Experience Required: First consideration will be given
to candidates who have experience as a senior legal team member at a public technology
company or to law firm partners who represent public technology clients. A
minimum of 15 years of global legal responsibility for complex transactions,
corporate governance, securities regulatory compliance and product development
is required.

 

Location: Greater Pittsburgh Region
(telecommuting may be considered)

 

Company: Their steady growth and
financial strength reflects their commitment to innovation and research and
development. The company is an equal opportunity employer and is proud to have a
reputation for corporate social responsibility in the Pittsburgh area in which
it operates, a region which habitually receives accolades for affordability,
quality of living and sustainability.

 

Compensation/Relocation: Relocation assistance in
addition to a competitive compensation and benefits package is provided.

 

If
your experience is a fit with the description and you are interested in
learning more about this outstanding opportunity, please forward a copy of your
resume to me at lcarpenter@carpenterlegalsearch.com,
and I will follow up to discuss the position in greater detail. All inquiries
will be held in strict confidence.

 

Lori
J. Carpenter

President

Carpenter
Legal Search, Inc.

web.
www.carpenterlegalsearch.com

email.
lcarpenter@carpenterlegalsearch.com

Compensation: TBD

lcarpenter@carpenterlegalsearch.com

Carpenter Legal Search, Inc.

July 20, 2020

Associate
General Counsel, Compliance, Employment and Risk

A highly innovative technology company has retained
Carpenter Legal Search, Inc. (“CLS”) to identify an Associate General
Counsel, Compliance, Employment and Risk
.

 

Overview: As this high functioning,
fast-paced organization’s lead for compliance, employment and risk, this
position is responsible for a broad range of the company’s global compliance
and risk management strategies and activities. Reporting to the General
Counsel, this position is a member of the management team for the Legal and IP
Department.

 

Essential Functions:

·        
Ethics and compliance program. The Associate GC manages a
strategic and comprehensive global ethics and compliance program that defines,
develops, maintains, and implements ethics policies and processes. The
Associate GC improves and maintains the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics and
related policies, and implements education and training across the globe. This
role is responsible for the management and completion of investigations related
to the ethics program, including recommending actions pursuant to
investigations, and management of related communications and information.

·        
Employment legal support. The Associate GC oversees the
team’s attorneys who support the area of employment law worldwide, providing
legal advice and support related to employment policies and practices, hiring
and on-boarding new employees, voluntary and involuntary terminations of
employment, compensation and benefits matters, collective labor matters, and
diversity and inclusion topics. The employment legal team also manages disputes
related to current or former employees of the company in collaboration with the
Human Resources team.

·        
Privacy program. This team includes the attorneys
and managers who support the area of privacy law and data protection worldwide.
This program is an essential aspect across many compliance, employment, and
dispute matters.

·        
Dispute management. The Associate GC manages a broad
range of disputes for the company, including commercial and other litigation in
global locations.

 

Experience Required: First consideration will be
given to candidates who have experience as a senior legal team member at a
public technology company and who possess a minimum of 15 years of legal
experience with at least five years in global business ethics and compliance
and additional experience in dispute management and employment matters.

 

Location: Greater Pittsburgh Region
(telecommuting may be considered)

 

Company: Their steady growth and
financial strength reflects their commitment to innovation and research and
development. The company is an equal opportunity employer and is proud to have
a reputation for corporate social responsibility in the Pittsburgh area in
which it operates, a region which habitually receives accolades for
affordability, quality of living and sustainability.

 

Compensation/Relocation: Relocation assistance in
addition to a competitive compensation and benefits package is provided.

 

If
your experience is a fit with the description and you are interested in
learning more about this outstanding opportunity, please forward a copy of your
resume to me at lcarpenter@carpenterlegalsearch.com,
and I will follow up to discuss the position in greater detail. All inquiries
will be held in strict confidence.

  

Lori
J. Carpenter

President

Carpenter
Legal Search, Inc.

web. www.carpenterlegalsearch.com

email. lcarpenter@carpenterlegalsearch.com

Compensation: TBD

lcarpenter@carpenterlegalsearch.com

National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW)

July 10, 2020

Fellow Advocates,

National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW) has revitalized the search for the following position:

Deputy Executive Director, Program and Legal Advocacy - RE-POST 2020

TO SEE THE FULL JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: Visit the Opportunities page on our website www.AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org

DEADLINE TO APPLY: : JULY 20, 2020

This is an immediate hire. Please help us fill this position by sharing the job announcement with your networks, members, on your lists, boards, sites, and social media outlets. The announcement contains instructions on how to apply.

NOTE:

Due to the Pandemic, NAPW is currently a completely remote workforce. This position is normally in-office. If the successful candidate is hired while the staff is still remote, we will work with that candidate to ensure that they have the tools, equipment, and digital onboarding to be successfully integrated into our remote work environment.

Our Mission:

National Advocates for Pregnant Women (NAPW) is a New York City-based 501c3 non-profit, advocacy organizations that advances the principles of Reproductive Justice. NAPW seeks to protect the rights and human dignity of all people, focusing on pregnant and parenting women and those who are most likely to be targeted for state control and punishment, including low income women, women of color, and drug-using women. NAPW works to ensure that women do not lose their constitutional and human rights as a result of pregnancy; that addiction and other health and welfare problems they face during pregnancy are addressed as health issues, not as crimes; that families are not needlessly separated based on medical misinformation; and that pregnant and parenting women have access to a full range of reproductive health services, as well as non-punitive drug treatment services. NAPW uses the lessons learned from the experiences of these women to find more effective ways of advancing reproductive and human rights for all women and families.

Our work encompasses litigation, litigation support, and legal advocacy; local and national organizing; and public policy development, public education, and outreach. Two principles guide all NAPW activities: (1) to build bridges and align agendas across diverse public health, social justice, and civil rights movements, and (2) to leverage and connect local organizing and activism with national advocacy and policy work.

To that end, NAPW is actively involved in ongoing court challenges to punitive reproductive health and drug policies and provides litigation support in cases across the country. NAPW engages in local and national organizing and public education efforts among the diverse communities that are stakeholders in these issues, including the women and families directly affected by punitive policies, as well as public health and policy leaders.

For additional information about our advocacy, please visit our website at www.AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org

Thank you in advance for your assistance!

NAPWjobs

-Human Resources ( NAPWjobs@AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org )

Compensation: Competitive salary; Generous benefits

NAPWjobs@AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org

1-212-255-9252

Harvard Law School

July 8, 2020

Harvard Law School’s Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) is inviting applications for a Clinical Instructor. This is a term appointment expected to extend through May 31, 2021. Candidates must be available to start as soon as possible (ideally in August), and be licensed to practice in Massachusetts (active status). CJI is a public defender clinic that provides zealous defense to indigent adults and juvenile clients facing misdemeanor and felony charges in Boston area criminal courts.  Student practice includes case investigation, trial court work from arraignment to disposition, and interlocutory appellate representation in the Appeals Court and Supreme Judicial Court.  CJI students learn to provide client-centered representation, developing their advocacy skills to help their clients both in and out of the courtroom. Reporting to the Director and the Deputy Director of the Institute, the Clinical Instructor provides law students with a rigorous educational experience while also ensuring that clients accused or convicted of crime and/or delinquency are provided with high-quality legal representation.

Compensation: Dependent on Experience

tburrous@law.harvard.edu

Southern California Association of Governments

July 2, 2020

The Southern California
Association of Governments (SCAG) is seeking a seasoned legal strategist to
serve as its next Chief Counsel. With extensive knowledge of a broad range of
legal matters including transportation, planning, housing, and land use, the
Chief Counsel will provide guidance and advice to the Executive Director, Chief
Operating Officer, various SCAG Committees, and other members of the executive
leadership team, while providing day-to-day oversight to a small legal team. The
ideal candidate will possess a collaborative leadership style and exceptional
communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to thrive in a dynamic,
fast-paced, and high-performance organization.

This position requires a Juris
Doctorate and active member of the State Bar of California. Additionally, 10
years of professional responsible experience in municipal, transportation,
environmental, or land use law, including five years of management experience
is preferred. Specific legal experience dealing in the areas of transportation,
planning, land use, and other related areas of the law including federal and
state compliance for funding will be a plus. The annual salary range for the Chief
Counsel position is $224,744 to $292,177 and will be based on qualifications
and experience. SCAG offers a competitive benefits program including CalPERS
retirement.

Interested candidates should apply
immediately
for optimal consideration by submitting a comprehensive résumé and compelling cover
letter via email to: apply@ralphandersen.com. Review of
applicants will be upon receipt and is expected to be underway by August
7, 2020
. This position is open until filled. Confidential inquiries should be
directed to Ms. Heather Renschler, Ralph Andersen & Associates at (916)
630-4900 or request an appointment to discuss further by contacting scheduling@ralphandersen.com. Detailed
brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/chief-counsel-scag/

Compensation: $224,744 to $292,177

apply@ralphandersen.com

916-630-4900

National Advocates for Pregnant Women

July 1, 2020

THIS IS AN IMMEDIATE HIRE.  APPLICATION DEADLINE: JULY
20, 2020

For FULL Job Announcement, visit our website:
www.AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org

Reporting to and working
collaboratively with the Executive Director (ED), the Deputy Executive
Director, Program & Legal Advocacy (DED) is a member of the Senior
Management Team (SMT) providing leadership for and supervision of NAPW’s legal
team and taking responsibility for the day-to-day program operations of the
organization. The DED as an experienced senior level attorney with executive
management experience and serves as a strategic thought partner and advisor to
the Executive Director and the SMT.

 

In absence of the Executive
Director, the DED (in consultation with the COO), is designated as the highest
authority to respond to internal and external inquiries, make
programmatic/advocacy decisions, and represent NAPW in any and all
responsibilities assigned to the Executive Director.

 

Qualifications:


• JD degree from an accredited law school
is required; Membership in at least 1 (one) state AND federal bar

   is required;
• Master’s Degree in Non-profit Management, Public Policy, Social Work, or a
related field is highly-

   desirable;
• 10+ years of senior-level management experience in a non-profit legal
advocacy/public interest/social

   justice environment, with demonstrable
success in change implementation;
• Minimum eight (8) years of complex litigation and advocacy experience as an
attorney providing direct

   client representation, with a particular
emphasis in public interest law and reproductive justice and drug

   policy litigation in state and federal
courts;
• 5-7 years of experience in the supervision of attorneys and managing programs
(and staff) in a non-profit

  advocacy setting;
• Demonstrated capacity to serve as a member of a Senior Management Team and
advisor to the Executive

  Director on all matters pertaining to NAPW's
legal advocacy;
• Knowledge of and experience in reproductive health, rights, and justice;
civil rights with knowledge of drug

   policy reform, women’s rights, family law,
child welfare reform, and human rights is highly-desirable;
• Demonstrated interpersonal skills, cultural competence and enthusiasm about
building collaboration across

  diverse movements;
• Highly effective communication skills in a wide range of settings including
the public and media;
• Excellent legal research and writing skills, must be comfortable with editing
and being edited.

 

THIS IS AN IMMEDIATE
HIRE.  APPLICATION DEADLINE:
JULY 20, 2020

 

REQUIRED SUBMISSIONS (MUST
include ALL items listed below):


1. Cover Letter which must include all
of the following elements:
   
a) Your personal & professional motivation for seeking this
position.
    b) A discussion of what makes you the
ideal/best candidate for this position.
    c) Explain how your skill sets and
experience best demonstrate your strategic approach.
    d) Salary Requirement.
    e) Indicate where you found this Job
Announcement.

2. Resumé.

3. Two (2) Writing Samples solely
reflecting applicant’s own work (MUST submit BOTH A and B):
   
a) One Non- legal advocacy writing sample such as an article, commentary
or blog.
    b) One Legal writing sample (i.e., a
legal brief, argument or analysis) consisting of NO MORE THAN ten pages.

4. Complete contact information for three
(3) professional references.

 

INSTRUCTIONS: 
DEADLINE TO APPLY: JULY 20, 2020

 

NO
PHONE CALLS OR FAXES PLEASE.

All submissions must be sent VIA EMAIL ONLY To:
NAPWjobs@AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org

SUBJECT: ATTN: Human Resources – NAPW Deputy Executive
Director, Program & Legal Advocacy

                    (2020)

Compensation: $140,000 - $155,000

napwjobs@advocatesforpregnantwomen.org

Curology

June 26, 2020

Curology is looking for its first in-house contracts attorney. We have a preference for the position to be based out of San Francisco. We'd be honored if you considered joining our team. https://jobs.lever.co/curology/01aa65c1-29a1-4141-ab81-022943fac58f?lever-via=mvsrhhn9bC&fbclid=IwAR3XjESg6SWYoWl51O5TSPJlnr5qS_SFABLmU2dPJAlv1BcQDSPB0Jyqgy8

Compensation: $140,000-$180,000

Shawnlichaa@gmail.com

6502452461

Loudoun County Government

June 25, 2020

CHIEF
DEPUTY COMMONWEALTH ATTORNEY

The mission of the Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney’s
Office is to pursue truth and justice by employing the highest ethical
standards in preventing crime, protecting the innocent and prosecuting the
guilty. The Office is also dedicated to ongoing training and skill development,
as well as fostering the development of new technologies to fight crime and
achieve justice. Specialized prosecution focuses exist for areas of great
concern to the County including drugs, gangs, vulnerable victims, and white
collar crime. In addition, our office leads and participates in specialty
courts such as Drug Court and Mental Health Treatment Court. We will collaborate
with community stakeholders towards establishing DUI Court, Restorative Justice
Court, and Veterans' Treatment Court to improve the success rate of
rehabilitation for criminal defendants in addition to reducing crime.

Typical Responsibilities

Plans, organizes, directs, assigns and evaluates the work
of attorneys engaged in prosecuting criminal cases in the General and Circuit
Courts; assigns and rotates staff to assure that the difficulty and complexity
of cases match the skill level of assigned attorney; sets objectives and
performance standards; assures that staff is trained; prepares and monitors the
office’s budget; prosecutes the most complex and sensitive cases; presents
cases to the Grand Jury; coordinates prosecutions with the courts, law
enforcement agencies, County Probation Department, and Attorney General's
Office; interprets Attorney General's legal opinions; sets and implements
policies and procedures for staff and law enforcement agencies; in complex
cases approves recommendations of subordinate staff of when to prosecute,
compromise, dismiss or retry; issues press releases; represents the
Commonwealth Attorney at meetings and conferences as assigned; acts as a
resource and internal consultant to staff, other County departments and local
law enforcement agencies; prepares correspondence and reports; attends and/or
conducts meetings and conferences; uses tact and discretion to establish and
maintain effective relationships with other judicial agencies, victims,
witnesses, law enforcement officers and public at large; and, accurately
maintain files, adequately documenting in writing all actions, providing
sufficient justification to support recommendations.

The Chief Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney serves under the
direction and at the pleasure of the Commonwealth’s Attorney. As the Chief
Deputy, he/she is expected to act for the Commonwealth Attorney as assigned; to
assist the Commonwealth Attorney to conduct long range planning and set
policies and procedures to plan, organize, manage and direct the operation of
the Commonwealth Attorney's Office; to serve as a senior member of the
management team; to prosecute the most complex or sensitive cases; to manage
and supervise all attorneys and administrative members of the team; and, to
perform other duties as directed by the Commonwealth Attorney.

Requires a Juris Doctor (JD) from an accredited law school
and a license to practice in Virginia; five (5) years of experience as a
licensed practicing attorney in criminal law / prosecution and/or defense. Extensive
jury trial experience preferred. Executive level management also preferred.
Applicants must be members in good standing with the Virginia State Bar.

The successful candidate will undergo a criminal
background check, which includes a conviction history. The appointee serves at
the pleasure of the Commonwealth’s Attorney.

HIRING RANGE: Up to $145,122/DOQ. Recruitment #20-138-2004.  Visit our on-line employment center at
www.loudoun.gov for more information and to apply. EOE

Compensation: Up to $145,122/DOQ

tami.thomas@loudoun.gov

703-737-8405

Loudoun County Government

June 25, 2020

DEPUTY COMMONWEALTH ATTORNEY

The
mission of the Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office is to pursue truth
and justice by employing the highest ethical standards in preventing crime,
protecting the innocent and prosecuting the guilty.

The
Office is also dedicated to ongoing training and skill development, as well as
fostering the development of new technologies to fight crime and achieve
justice. Specialized prosecutions exist for areas of great concern to the
County including drugs, gangs, vulnerable victims, and white collar crime. In
addition, our office leads and participates in specialty courts such as Drug
Court and Mental Health Treatment Court. We will collaborate with community
stakeholders towards establishing DUI Court, Restorative Justice Court, and
Veterans' Treatment Court to improve the success rate of rehabilitation for
criminal defendants in addition to reducing crime.

Typical Responsibilities:

Plans,
organizes, directs, assigns and evaluates the work of attorneys engaged in
prosecuting criminal cases in the General and Circuit Courts; assigns and
rotates staff to assure that the difficulty and complexity of cases match the
skill level of assigned attorney; sets objectives and performance standards;
assures that staff is trained; prosecutes the most complex and sensitive cases;
presents cases to the Grand Jury; coordinates prosecutions with the courts, law
enforcement agencies, County Probation Department, and Attorney General's
Office; sets and implements policies and procedures for staff and law
enforcement agencies; in complex cases approves recommendations of subordinate
staff of when to prosecute, compromise, dismiss or retry; represents the Office
of the Commonwealth Attorney at meetings and conferences as assigned; acts as a
resource and internal consultant to staff, other County departments and local
law enforcement agencies; prepares correspondence and reports; attends and/or
conducts meetings and conferences; uses tact and discretion to establish and
maintain effective relationships with other judicial agencies, victims, witnesses,
law enforcement officers and public at large; and, accurately maintain files,
adequately documenting in writing all actions, providing sufficient
justification to support recommendations.

The
Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney serves under the direction and at the pleasure
of the Commonwealth’s Attorney. As a Deputy, he/she reports to the Chief Deputy
Commonwealth’s Attorney and is expected to perform duties as assigned; to
assist the Commonwealth Attorney to develop long range plans and set policies
and procedures to plan, organize, manage and direct the operation of the
Commonwealth Attorney's Office; to serve as a senior member of the management
team; to prosecute the most complex or sensitive cases; to manage and supervise
all attorneys and administrative members of the team; and, to perform other
duties as directed by the Commonwealth Attorney or her Chief Deputy.

Requires a
Juris Doctor (JD) degree from and accredited law school and a license to
practice in Virginia; four (4) years of experience as a licensed practicing
attorney preferably in criminal law / prosecution and/or defense. Applicants
must be members in good standing with the Virginia State Bar. Extensive jury
trial experience preferred. Executive level management experience also
preferred.

The successful
candidate will undergo a criminal background check, which includes a conviction
history. The appointee serves at the pleasure of the Commonwealth Attorney.

HIRING RANGE: Up to $140,215/DOQ. Recruitment #20-137-2003.  Visit our on-line employment center at
www.loudoun.gov for more information and to apply. EOE


 

Compensation: Up to $140,215/DOQ

tami.thomas@loudoun.gov

703-737-8405

PAX Labs

June 25, 2020

THE COMPANY:

PAX Labs is an award-winning consumer technology brand with a mission to establish cannabis as a force for good. Our products set a high bar for quality and, together with the PAX App, offer unique features such as safety locking, adjustable temperature and draw control. As millions of consumers try cannabis for the first time or return to it after a long hiatus, PAX believes that quality, transparency and predictability are the keys to safe, responsible use by adults. 

Headquartered in San Francisco, PAX is backed by leading technology investors including Tiger Global and Tao Invest (Pritzker family fund). We are an exceptional team with hardware and software backgrounds in consumer technology, healthcare, and biotech, and are growing to deliver on our mission. Our internal culture values diversity, integrity, having an impact, and passion for the larger movement that PAX is a part of.

Check us out: LinkedIn | The Muse | Key Values

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

PAX Labs is seeking a dynamic and collaborative Managing Regulatory & Compliance Counsel with outstanding management, regulatory, compliance, communication, and organizational skills. This person will play a meaningful role in facilitating the Company’s compliance in a highly regulated and dynamic industry. This role is a means to make a difference: ensuring compliance is a critical prerequisite to PAX’s mission to be the world’s best technology brand in cannabis.

This role will lead a high-performing compliance team that works on a variety of compliance issues, with an emphasis on product/marketing in the context of vaporization devices in the cannabis space. It is a highly cross-functional role that involves collaboration with partners at all levels of the organization and offers exceptional opportunities for growth.

You must bring exceptional business judgment and creativity to your daily role and have a track record both of collaborating and thriving in a fast-paced start-up team environment. You must also be willing to pitch in with a diverse range of tasks and work seamlessly and effectively with internal clients and external partners. Leave your lawyer ego at the door!

  • Identify and enable the compliance team to execute initiatives that turn unstructured problems into tightly-scoped, high-impact projects.
  • Be an outstanding manager of hard-working lawyers and compliance professionals and collaborate closely with colleagues in the legal team
  • Develop an in-depth understanding and knowledge of compliance and regulatory issues relating to the vaporizers and the cannabis space in the US and Canada
  • Advise on the design, development, implementation, and operation of company-wide compliance programs and initiatives
  • Advise our product, marketing, and business development teams in connection with issues relating to vaporization devices in the cannabis space
  • Develop and communicate compliance policies, processes, and training
  • Partner with finance on state and local tax and business qualification filings
  • Lead a team that identifies trends and helps develop strategies and policy proposals to further the interests of PAX and our communities
  • Assist in conceptualizing, drafting, and advising on legislative and regulatory proposals covering a wide range of subject matter areas at the local, state, and federal levels
  • Review, draft and negotiate compliance-related contracts
  • Review and advise on the development of consumer marketing materials and promotions

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Collaborative teammate with high emotional intelligence, strong judgment, humility and a good sense of humor
  • JD Degree with 5+ years’ experience in an in-house legal department or at a leading law firm
  • Licensed to practice law in at least one U.S. state
  • Compliance and regulatory experience within a legal department in a high-tech startup and or regulated industry is preferred
  • Track-record of leading and growing highly effective and engaged teams
  • Understanding of risk assessment and risk management

Key attributes vital for success:

  • Dynamic and focused thinker with intellectual horsepower, an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for making a mark in fast-paced, growing environments
  • A natural leader and engaged teammate with strong interpersonal capabilities
  • Able to juggle and successfully prioritize challenging and voluminous work streams simultaneously
  • Inspires a culture of innovation, execution, collaboration, accountability, positivity, and fun
  • High degree of organization and efficiency with demonstrated attention to detail
  • The highest ethical standards, integrity, authenticity, credibility and character
  • Strong work ethic and a willingness to focus and commit
  • Ability to interact with persuasiveness and confidence
  • Demonstrated relationship-building skills; ability to appreciate people with different backgrounds and points of view and ability to create an inclusive environment
  • Candid and personally secure. Ability and willingness to seek and receive feedback constructively

 PAX LABS PERKS & BENEFITS:

  • Competitive compensation, equity & bi-annual performance reviews
  • Fully funded comprehensive medical, dental, and vision coverage
  • 401K plan
  • Generous PTO policy 
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Monthly wellness reimbursement
  • Cell Phone reimbursement
  • Employee Purchase Program for discounted PAX devices
  • Weekly catered lunch, endless snacks and beverages
  • Dog Friendly HQ in the Mission District of San Francisco
  • Employee Assistance Program including access to online legal support

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation.

Compensation: 140,000 - 165,000

meghan.tipton@pax.com

15597373079

FINRA (Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) - Rockville, MD

June 23, 2020

FINRA is an independent, non-governmental regulator for all securities firms doing business with the public in the United States. FINRA works to protect investors and maintain market integrity in a public-private partnership with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), while also benefiting from the SEC’s oversight. In its role as investor guardian, FINRA is informed, but not influenced, by the industry that it regulates. FINRA’s independent regulation plays a critical role in America’s financial system–all at no cost to taxpayers.

The Ethics/Code of Conduct Office (the Ethics Office) is responsible for ensuring that FINRA executes its regulatory responsibilities in an ethical manner promoting confidence in FINRA’s independence. This attorney position is responsible for creating, interpreting, advising on, monitoring and maintaining various conflicts-of-interest programs at FINRA, at all times acting in an independent and confidential manner.

This is senior-level professional work in which the incumbent is developing their assigned roles, increasing their skills, assuming increased responsibility, and working under general guidance of the Ethics Director and VP.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Independently counsels senior executives and senior managers in departments across the company regarding complex conflicts of interest questions raised to the Ethics Office. 
  • Presents recommendations regarding solutions and outcomes for significant conflicts issues to the Ethics Director and VP; takes a leadership role in proactively identifying patterns and systemic issues in the FINRA’s conflicts-of-interest policies; proposes and manages implementation of necessary modifications to such programs; reports to the Ethics Director and VP on a periodic basis on the status of the programs under the attorney’s responsibility.
  • Independently conducts comprehensive investigations of potential violations of the conflicts of interest policies and related violations of FINRA’s Code of Conduct, including interviewing relevant players, drafting summaries for case files, and working with relevant control departments to determine outcomes.
  • Demonstrates expert-level knowledge and familiarity with the parameters and nature of each FINRA Regulatory Department’s specific regulatory programs.
  • Serves as source of expertise on one or more areas of FINRA’s Ethics Program.
  • Serves as liaison to senior managers of all FINRA Regulatory Departments regarding FINRA’s Conflicts of Interest Waiver Policy; exercises independent judgment in evaluating suggested changes by regulatory departments to same; identifies and presents original, creative, innovative and sophisticated solutions for changes to the policy which reflect the intricacies and nuances of each department’s regulatory program and mission, including streamlining compliance tasks and changes necessary to accommodate changes in the regulatory program or structure; responsible for creation of related guidance materials.  Provides nuanced review and guidance to regulatory departments regarding permissibility of proposed conflicts of interest waivers, being mindful of precedent and future oversight by the SEC; responsible for monitoring each department’s ongoing compliance with the Policy.
  • Serves as enterprise-wide liaison for the FINRA Former Employee Review Policy.  Provides expert interpretive guidance to all FINRA departments regarding the Policy, reviewing compliance by FINRA departments with the Policy, and providing direction to FINRA’s HR and Registration and Disclosure departments regarding required tasks under the Policy.  Identifies and presents original, creative, innovative and sophisticated solutions for changes to the existing policy, including streamlining compliance tasks or reflecting changes to departmental programs.  Responsible for creation of guidance materials. 
  • Serves as the primary attorney responsible for the “Revolving Door” policy underpinning the relevant FINRA Rules, the related guidance materials and training programs.  Provides interpretive guidance to both external and internal constituents, including former employees, member firms, and current senior managers and employees, the Ombudsmen’s office, and Corporate Communications.
  • Primary attorney responsible for independently advising regulatory departments on FINRA’s overarching Conflicts of Interest Policy, including working closely with departments’ senior managers to ensure compliance with the policy and timely, innovative, and creative solutions to complex issues posed by the differing regulatory programs. Reviews and provides legal expertise regarding departments’ ancillary conflict of interest procedures or documents. 
  • Conducts review and planning with FINRA Technology in the prioritization and implementation of the road-map for enhancements and new development for the Conflicts of Interest Certification (COIC) system used by the Regulatory Departments.
  • Serves as the subject matter expert for Internal Audit and SEC oversight inspections of the Ethics Office, as well as OCIE Inspections of other FINRA offices, on FINRA’s cross-departmental conflicts policies. Participates in and organizes documentation for responses to the SEC Office of Compliance and Inspection, including annual reports under FSIO or other similar SEC programs.
  • Provides direction to the other Ethics Office Advisory & Communications team members on all activities associated with the conflict of interest programs, including coaching Advisory staff on conflict policy requirements,  determining appropriate responses to employee questions and help-line matters, reviewing annually the conflict of interest sections of the Code and supplemental guidance documents for accuracy, involvement in enterprise-wide training and communication efforts, and management of conflicts program periodic certifications and other recurring activities, and related responsibilities as directed by the Ethics Director.   
  • Special projects, as assigned.
  • Maintains strict confidence while performing duties and responsibilities.

Education/Experience Requirements:

  • Law degree and admission to the bar.  Top academic credentials.
  • A minimum of six years’ experience in a legal compliance or ethics, investigator, and/or analytical capacity, preferably in a regulatory environment; corporate ethics and compliance program experience highly desirable.
  • Excellent oral/written communication, critical thinking, research and analytical skills.
  • Project management experience desirable. 
  • Experience handling sensitive or confidential information.
  • Working knowledge of financial services accounts and securities products highly desirable.
  • Must have demonstrated experience effectively managing multiple deadlines and priorities; excellent organizational skill is required.
  • Ability to function effectively in a team environment is required.
  • Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Outlook required; experience with Microsoft Access or other database software, as well as Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe Acrobat, is preferred.

Working Conditions:

  • Normal office environment; work outside normal business hours sometimes required; occasional travel required.
  • Membership in an ethics and compliance industry association will be provided.

To be considered for this position, please submit an application via https://finra.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/FINRA/job/Washington-DC/Principal-Counsel--Ethics_R-001471

The information provided above has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work of the position. It is not a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required.

Please note: If the “Apply Now” button on a job board posting does not take you directly to the FINRA Careers site, enter www.finra.org/careers into your browser to reach our site directly.

FINRA strives to make our career site accessible to all users. If you need a disability-related accommodation for completing the application process, please contact FINRA’s accommodation help line at 240.386.4865. Please note that this number is exclusively for inquiries regarding application accommodations.

In addition to a competitive salary, comprehensive health and welfare benefits, and incentive compensation, FINRA offers immediate participation and vesting in a 401(k) plan with company match. You will also be eligible for participation in an additional FINRA-funded retirement contribution, our tuition reimbursement program and many other benefits. If you would like to contribute to our important mission and work collegially in a professional organization that values intelligence, integrity and initiative, consider a career with FINRA.

Important Information

FINRA’s Code of Conduct imposes restrictions on employees’ investments and requires financial disclosures that are uniquely related to our role as a securities regulator. FINRA employees are required to disclose to FINRA all brokerage accounts that they maintain, and those in which they control trading or have a financial interest (including any trust account of which they are a trustee or beneficiary and all accounts of a spouse, domestic partner or minor child who lives with the employee) and to authorize their broker-dealers to provide FINRA with duplicate statements for all of those accounts. All of those accounts are subject to the Code’s investment and securities account restrictions, and new employees must comply with those investment restrictions—including disposing of any security issued by a company on FINRA’s Prohibited Company List or obtaining a written waiver from their Executive Vice President—by the date they begin employment with FINRA. Employees may only maintain securities accounts that must be disclosed to FINRA at one or more securities firms that provide an electronic feed (e-feed) of data to FINRA, and must move securities accounts from other securities firms to a firm that provides an e-feed within three months of beginning employment.

You can read more about these restrictions here.

As standard practice, employees must also execute FINRA’s Employee Confidentiality and Invention Assignment Agreement without qualification or modification and comply with the company’s policy on nepotism.

Search Firm Representatives

Please be advised that FINRA is not seeking assistance or accepting unsolicited resumes from search firms for this employment opportunity. Regardless of past practice, a valid written agreement and task order must be in place before any resumes are submitted to FINRA. All resumes submitted by search firms to any employee at FINRA without a valid written agreement and task order in place will be deemed the sole property of FINRA and no fee will be paid in the event that person is hired by FINRA.

FINRA is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, citizenship status, color, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or any other classification protected by federal state or local laws as appropriate, or upon the protected status of the person’s relatives, friends or associates.

FINRA abides by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-741.5(a). This regulation prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals on the basis of disability, and requires affirmative action by covered prime contractors and subcontractors to employ and advance in employment qualified individuals with disabilities.

FINRA abides by the requirements of 41 CFR 60-300.5(a). This regulation prohibits discrimination against qualified protected veterans, and requires affirmative action by covered prime contractors and subcontractors to employ and advance in employment qualified protected veterans.

©2020 FINRA. All rights reserved. FINRA is a registered trademark of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc.

Compensation: varies

recruiting@finra.org

2403866021

National Advocates for Pregnant Women

April 8, 2020

Deputy Executive Director - Program and Legal Advocacy

For FULL Job Announcement, visit our website at www.AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org

Reporting to and working collaboratively with the Executive Director (ED), the Deputy Executive Director, Program & Legal Advocacy (DED) is a member of the Senior Management Team (SMT) providing leadership for and supervision of NAPW’s legal team and taking responsibility for the day-to-day program operations of the organization. The DED as an experienced senior level attorney with executive management experience and serves as a strategic thought partner and advisor to the Executive Director the SMT.

In absence of the Executive Director, the DED (in consultation with the COO), is designated as the highest authority to respond to internal and external inquiries, make programmatic/advocacy decisions, and represent NAPW in any and all responsibilities assigned to the Executive Director.

MINIMUM qualifications include:

• JD degree from an accredited law school is required; Membership in at least 1 (one) state AND federal bar is required;

• Master’s Degree in Non-profit Management, Public Policy, Social Work, or a related field is highly-desirable;

• 10+ years of senior-level management experience in a non-profit legal advocacy/public interest/social justice environment, with demonstrable success in change implementation;

• Minimum eight (8) years of complex litigation and advocacy experience as an attorney providing direct client representation, with a particular emphasis in public interest law and reproductive justice and drug policy litigation in state and federal courts;

• 5-7 years of experience in the supervision of attorneys and managing programs (and staff) in a non-profit advocacy setting;

• Demonstrated capacity to serve as a member of a Senior Management Team and advisor to the Executive Director on all matters pertaining to NAPW's legal advocacy;

• Knowledge of and experience in reproductive health, rights, and justice; civil rights with knowledge of drug policy reform, women’s rights, family law, child welfare reform, and human rights is highly-desirable;

• Demonstrated interpersonal skills, cultural competence and enthusiasm about building collaboration across diverse movements;

• Highly effective communication skills in a wide range of settings including the public and media;

• Excellent legal research and writing skills, must be comfortable with editing and being edited.

REQUIRED SUBMISSIONS (MUST INCLUDE ALL ITEMS LISTED BELOW):

1. Cover Letter which must include all of the following elements:

a) Your personal & professional motivation for seeking this position.

b) A discussion of what makes you the ideal/best candidate for this position.

c) Explain how your skill sets and experience best demonstrate your strategic approach.

d) Salary Requirement.

e) Indicate where you found this Job Announcement.

2. Resumé.

3. Two (2) Writing Samples solely reflecting applicant’s own work (MUST submit BOTH A and B):

a) One Non- legal advocacy writing sample such as an article, commentary or blog.

b) One Legal writing sample (i.e., a legal brief, argument or analysis) consisting of NO MORE THAN ten pages of text.

4. Complete contact information for three (3) professional references.

INSTRUCTIONS: NO PHONE CALLS OR FAXES PLEASE.

All submissions must be sent VIA EMAIL ONLY To: NAPWjobs@AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org

SUBJECT: ATTN: Human Resources – NAPW Deputy Executive Director, Program & Legal Advocacy (JAN. 2020)

Compensation: $155,000 - $170,000

NAPWjobs@AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org

National Advocates for Pregnant Women

April 8, 2020

STAFF ATTORNEY

For FULL Job Announcement, visit our website at: www.AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org

NAPW seeks a Staff Attorney with substantial criminal or parent defense work, and/or impact and complex litigation experience at the trial and appellate levels to assist in legal advocacy and litigation activities for the organization. The focus of the Staff Attorney position will be on advancing reproductive justice.

Working collaboratively with NAPW’s legal and programmatic team, external counsel, experts, and state-based advocates, the Staff Attorney will perform a variety of functions both independently and in a team environment, including providing legal analysis and advice regarding cases as well as policy proposals, developing and litigating significant new and existing cases around the country, supporting local counsel, serving as appellate counsel, and using cases, where appropriate, as public education and organizing opportunities.

The ideal candidate will be an experienced attorney and subject matter expert in and/or have a demonstrated commitment to one or more of these areas: reproductive, economic, racial and social justice; women’s rights; human rights; constitutional, criminal and civil child welfare law.

The Staff Attorney position reports to the Director of Legal Advocacy and also receives direction and mentoring from the Executive Director.

The ideal candidate will possess the following minimum qualifications:

• J.D. Degree and membership in good standing of at least one (1) state bar (in the United States);

• 3 - 6 years of complex litigation and advocacy experience as an attorney providing direct representation, with a particular interest in public interest law;

• Knowledge of and experience in reproductive health, rights, and justice; civil rights with knowledge of drug policy reform, women’s rights, family law, child welfare reform, and human rights is highly-desirable;

• Exceptional communication skills in legal contexts including with clients in legal proceedings, meetings, negotiations or administrative proceedings; in a wide variety of public education contexts, and in the media as determined by the Director of Legal Advocacy, Executive Director and Media & Communications Director;

• Exceptional legal research and writing skills and an ability to do creative legal research, writing, and advocacy; comfort working within the organization’s collaborative approach to writing;

• An ability to read, understand and synthesize medical and social science research material;

• Willingness to do the work needed to build effective teams and relationships across diverse issues and communities.

REQUIRED SUBMISSIONS (MUST INCLUDE ALL ITEMS LISTED BELOW):

1. Cover Letter which must include all of the following elements: a) Your personal & professional motivation for seeking this position.

b) A discussion of what makes you the ideal/best candidate for this position.

c) Explain how your skill sets and experience best demonstrate your strategic approach.

d) Salary Requirement.

e) Indicate where you found this Job Announcement.

2. Resumé.

3. Two (2) Writing Samples solely reflecting applicant’s own work (MUST submit BOTH A and B):

a) One Non- legal advocacy writing sample such as an article, commentary or blog.

b) One Legal writing sample (i.e., a legal brief, argument or analysis) consisting of NO MORE THAN ten pages of text.

4. Complete contact information for three (3) professional references.

INSTRUCTIONS: NO PHONE CALLS OR FAXES PLEASE.

All submissions must be sent VIA EMAIL ONLY To: NAPWjobs@AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org

SUBJECT: ATTN: Human Resources – NAPW Staff Attorney (FEB. 2020)

Compensation: $155,000 - $170,000

NAPWjobs@AdvocatesForPregnantWomen.org

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

February 18, 2020

The Chesapeake Bay Foundation seeks a Virginia Staff Attorney to be based at its Virginia State office located in Richmond, VA.

THE CHESAPEAKE BAY FOUNDATION
Established in 1967, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) is the largest regional nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to saving the Chesapeake Bay, its rivers and streams, and the wildlife that call it home through education, advocacy, litigation, and restoration. Since 2010, CBF has engaged in a focused effort to defend and implement the Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint, a binding federal and state collaborative agreement aimed at reducing pollution to the science-based, legally-affirmed levels established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The Blueprint is expected to be fully implemented by 2025. If the states and the federal government achieve Blueprint goals, the Bay will finally—after decades of failed efforts—be removed from the Clean Water Act’s impaired waters list. Successfully implementing the Blueprint depends on a well-informed, engaged, active, and diverse constituency of members, advocates, and volunteers who speak up and take action to save the Bay.

CBF has a staff of approximately 190 employees working in offices in Annapolis, Maryland; Richmond and Virginia Beach, Virginia; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; and Washington, D.C. as well as 15 field education program locations. Our staff and volunteer corps work throughout the region educating students and adults, advocating for clean water policies, restoring waterways, and litigating when necessary.

CBF's headquarters office in Annapolis, Maryland is the Philip Merrill Environmental Center, the world’s first U.S. Green Build Council’s LEED platinum building. In 2014, CBF opened the Brock Environmental Center—one of the world’s most energy efficient, environmentally smart buildings—in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

CBF has an annual budget of approximately $26 million and is supported by 300,000 members and e-subscribers. For more information on CBF, please visit cbf.org.

CONTEXT OF THE POSITION

The Virginia Staff Attorney will work with the State Office Executive Director, other Virginia Office staff, and Communications Office staff to formulate position statements and strategies on environmental legislation, regulations, and other related policies. Serves as legal advisor on all aspects of State Office policy and advocacy programs. Advocates CBF position to legislators, agencies, business/community decision-makers, other stakeholders, and the general public. Oversees all written testimony and draft language submitted by CBF for bills and amendments. Handles legal aspects of State Office policy and advocacy programs, including serving as a liaison to the Litigation Department, lobbying, compliance with IRS and State ethics requirements, and response to agency positions and activities.

Salary: $82,000 - $87,000 (negotiable)

Essential functions include:
 
1. Initiates pro-active change in statute, regulation, or policy that furthers CBF goals/objectives; responds to others’ proposed changes in statute, regulation, or policy.
a. Monitors all regulatory/legislative developments that affect Bay’s health.
b. Interprets relevant codes, statutes, regulations, and case law.
c. Works with affected industry/community leaders, state government representatives and
personnel, and other concerned individuals to inform and advance CBF’s position on public policy issues.
d. Prepares synthesis/summary of issues and proposed solutions.
e. Prepares formal proposals, with advocacy materials, for new legislation, regulations, or policies.
f. As the need arises, serves on partner coalitions, legislative or executive task forces and issue-oriented work groups.

2. Monitors federal and state litigation activities within Virginia.
a. When other forms of negotiation have not been successful, assesses the need for litigation in consultation with the Virginia Executive Director, CBF’s Litigation Division, and other attorneys as the need arises.
b. In conjunction with the Litigation Division, assists in researching relevant case law and seeking pro bono or other outside counsel if needed.

3. As appropriate under the circumstances, handles various ad hoc Virginia Office legal issues that arise outside legislative or regulatory contexts. This may include referral to outside specialists.

4. Other:
a. Work to ensure that systems, organizational culture, and practices are aligned with CBF’s mission, values and commitments related to DEIJ.
b. Develop and refine programs and activities to ensure equitable practices and support the development of a diverse and effective team.
c. Ensure an inclusive working environments that supports diverse populations.

PREFERRED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS

Law degree and admission to the Virginia state bar, excellent public-speaking and written communication skills, and at least five years experience working on complex environmental issues. Educational background in environmental law, administrative law, science, ecology, or related topics. Helpful: knowledge of state and federal lobbying rules, Virginia legislative procedures, business and 501(c)(3) law; and lobbying experience for non-profit advocacy groups.

• Ability to communicate effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and experiences.
• Ability to receive and give supportive feedback to foster equity and inclusion in working relationships.
• Ability to recognize, nurture, and learn from strengths in co-workers.

To apply, please send resume and cover letter through job posting on CBF website no later than March 15, 2020.

CBF offers a comprehensive benefits package to include: 20 vacation days, 10 sick days, health, vision, dental, life insurance, and a tax deferred retirement plan. 

WE ARE COMMITTED TO DIVERSITY, EQUITY, INCLUSION, AND JUSTICE

Just as biodiversity is the key to a thriving ecosystem, human diversity is the key to saving the Bay. Success depends on people from widely diverse backgrounds, cultures, ethnicities, identities, and races taking collective action. Clean water, clean air, and a safe environment are rights we all share.
 
To increase diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation will:
·        Recruit and retain a staff, board, and membership that reflect the diversity of people living within the Chesapeake Bay region;
·        Strengthen and broaden the diversity of our partnerships;
·        Celebrate and value the diversity of staff; and
·        Fight to ensure that everyone has equal access to clean water, clean air, and a safe environment.

CBF is proud to be an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Compensation: $82,000 - $87,000 (negotiable)

blines@cbf.org

4434822008

City of Madison

February 18, 2020

The City of Madison is searching for a legal expert with strong
legal credentials, exceptional professional judgment, discretion, and
communication skills, and a commitment to advancing racial equity and social
justice to lead the Office of the City Attorney (OCA).  This is
highly responsible managerial, supervisory, and professional work in the
administration of all legal services for the City of Madison. The work involves
directing and providing legal consultation and legal services to: the Council;
the Mayor; and all departments, divisions, committees, commissions, and boards
of the City. This position manages the OCA and is responsible for the
performance and/or supervision of all related managerial, budgetary, and
administrative activities. Work also includes substantial involvement in
economic development and City financing projects and activities, insurance and
liability issues, contractual relations, application of federal, state and local
laws, supervision of litigation, and management level problem-solving and
policy development. The work is performed under the general direction of the
Mayor, and the employee may serve on the Mayor's Management Team.


Please click here
to
find out more information regarding the City Attorney position:
City Attorney Brochure

Compensation: $130,255.00 - $175,844.00 Annually

jtrimbell@cityofmadison.com

Congressional Research Service

February 18, 2020

Open:
1/10/2020 – 2/28/2020

Salary:
$131,239 to $197,300 per year

The Congressional Research Service (CRS)
seeks a senior manager to lead its American Law Division (ALD), one of CRS’
five research divisions. CRS provides objective, nonpartisan, and authoritative
legislative research, analysis, and consultative support exclusively to the
U.S. Congress.

This position serves as
head of the American Law Division, a major CRS research division. In this
capacity, and reporting directly to the Director of CRS, the Assistant Director
leads, plans, directs, and evaluates the work of a team of attorneys in its
production of written products and consulting services in support of the U.S.
Congress.  Working directly with congressional committees and Members of
the House and Senate, ALD attorneys contribute to an informed national
legislature as it considers legal and policy issues of importance to the
American people.  Areas of research, analysis, and consultative support
include all facets of law in the United States, including administrative,
business, civil rights, constitutional, energy, environmental, health,
immigration, intellectual property, international, labor, military, national
security, procurement, tax and trade law.  The Assistant Director ensures
that both written and consulting work is of the highest quality and
consistently meets the Service’s standards of objectivity, nonpartisanship,
balance, timeliness, legislative relevance, authoritativeness, and
accessibility. 

The Assistant Director
leads implementation of the Service’s agenda for legal issues within the
division’s areas of responsibility, including approaches, frameworks, and
methodologies for addressing policy and legislative issues. This includes
demonstrating personal intellectual leadership in monitoring congressional
needs in the policy areas for which the Assistant Director has direct
management responsibility and assuring access to the intellectual capacity
needed to meet the current and changing needs of the United States Congress at
a sustained level of excellence. This also includes exercising overall
responsibility and delegated authority for the oversight and management of the
division’s human, financial, material, and information research assets,
including a staff of approximately 70 employees. In performing these
activities, the Assistant Director is responsible for ensuring that the
research, analytical, and consulting activities of the division are fully
aligned with the legislative needs of Congress and with the priorities, goals,
and policies of CRS for meeting those needs.

The Assistant Director
also serves as one of the chief advisors to the Director, counseling the
Director on all aspects of the research management and operations of CRS and
recommending specific policies and procedures for improving the Service’s
overall quality, efficiency, and effectiveness. The Assistant Director serves
as a member of the Director’s senior management team and serves as a principal
CRS representative to Members, committees, and officers of the United States
Congress.

CRS is fully committed to
workforce diversity. Interested applicants must apply online
https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/556274200.

Compensation: $131,239 to $197,300 per year

JobHelp@loc.gov

202-707-5620

Texas Office of Capital & Forensic Writs

January 24, 2020

POST-CONVICTION
ATTORNEY JOB OPPORTUNITY

                                                                                                 

            The Office of Capital & Forensic Writs (OCFW) is a small, close-knit public defender office in Austin, Texas. Our practice is two-fold. Our largest practice is capital post-conviction, where we represent death-sentenced persons in constitutional challenges to their conviction and sentence. Our newest practice allows us to represent persons convicted of non-capital offenses in post-conviction challenges when questionable forensic science, negligence or misconduct contributed to their conviction. OCFW is hiring a staff attorney to represent our clients in these areas. Salary will depend on experience. 

 

            All attorneys work as part of a team of advocates that include lawyers, mitigation specialists and investigators, all of whom offer valuable perspectives, backgrounds and expertise. Although this work can be difficult, we consider ourselves fortunate to work alongside compassionate, dedicated, and collaborative colleagues to provide the best possible representation to our clients. Because we know our clients benefit when their advocates have a wide and diverse range of professional and life experiences, our office is strongly invested in having persons of color and individuals from non-traditional backgrounds represented.

 

            OCFW provides client-centered and excellent post-conviction representation, and is committed to following applicable professional guidelines, including: the ABA Guidelines for the Appointment and Performance of Defense Counsel in Death Penalty Cases (2003), the State Bar of Texas Guidelines and Standards for Texas Capital Counsel (2006), and the Supplementary Guidelines and Standards for the Mitigation Function of Defense Teams in Texas Death Penalty Cases (2015).

 

Job Description:

Our practice involves claim investigation and drafting, litigation of live evidentiary hearings, and appellate advocacy. Thus, ideal candidates would be adept at both written and oral advocacy, as well as committed to client-centered, excellent representation. Duties include: building rapport with and counseling clients; reviewing the trial and appellate record for constitutional error; interviewing witnesses; investigating and developing claims; drafting applications for writs of habeas corpus and other substantial pleadings; litigating evidentiary hearings. 

                                                                                                               

Minimum Qualifications:

•  Member of the Texas State Bar or eligible for admission within six months of employment (Please note that the Texas Bar allows for the admission without examination for certain applicants who have practiced law for at least five out of the last seven years. See Rule XIII, Rules of The Supreme Court Governing Admission to The Bar of Texas);

Demonstrated commitment to social justice, indigent defense, and criminal justice reform;

Three years of experience representing low-income clients at trial, on appeal, or on post-conviction as a public defender or in a similar advocacy role (credit also given for judicial clerkship experience);  

Preferred Qualifications:

Five years of experience representing low-income clients at trial, on appeal or on post-conviction as a public defender or in a similar advocacy role (credit also given for judicial clerkship experience);

Excellent writing, analytic, legal research, investigative, and oral advocacy skills;

Prior experience with factual investigation, mitigation investigation, and collaboration with expert witnesses;

Ability to work collaboratively in team settings; strengths in teamwork, client relations, investigation and relationship building;    

A demonstrated understanding of, or willingness to learn about, capital mitigation and mental-health issues;

Fluency in Spanish.

                                                                                                

Employment Conditions:

Pursuant to state law, OCFW may not employ an attorney who has been found by a state or federal court to have rendered ineffective assistance of counsel;

Ability to operate standard office equipment and software;

A valid driver’s license, and the willingness to operate a motor vehicle for client-representation purposes;

Ability and willingness to travel throughout Texas and, on occasion, out of state; frequent travel is required for this position.

 

Additional Details:

Posting Date:  January 13, 2020

Closing Date: Until filled

Job Listing Number:  215-20-02

Location: Austin, TX

State Job Title: Attorney II/III/IV

FLSA Status: Exempt

State Classification/Salary Step:     B23 ($60,000 to $85,000, depending on experience and qualifications)

Type of Job: Full Time

Travel Required: Yes (25%)

 

To apply:

Please email the following materials to hiring@ocfw.texas.gov: (1) a letter of interest; (2) a resume; (3) a list of references; and (4) the mandated State of Texas Application for Employment (available at: http://www.twc.state.tx.us/jobseekers/state-texas-application-employment.).

Your application will be considered incomplete if you do not send all of the required materials and may not be considered.

 

**Applicants selected for an interview will be required to submit a writing sample along with their
application.

 

The Office of Capital & Forensic Writs is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any request for reasonable accommodations needed during the application process should be communicated by the applicant to Sandra Justice, the Office of Capital & Forensic Writs Senior Accountant, at (512) 463-8520.

Compensation: $60,000 to $85,000, depending on experience and qualifications

hiring@ocfw.texas.gov

5124638600

College of Southern Nevada

January 7, 2020

Senior Associate Vice President/General Counsel

The College of Southern Nevada appreciates your interest in employment at our growing institution. We want your application process to go smoothly and quickly. We ask that you keep in mind the following when completing your application:

• Once you start the application process you cannot save your work. Please ensure you have all required attachment(s) available to complete your application before you begin the process.
• Required attachments are listed below on the posting. Your application will not be considered without the required attachments.
• Please note that applications must be submitted prior to the close of the recruitment. Once a recruitment has closed, applications will no longer be accepted.

If you are unable to attach the required documents to your online application or need assistance regarding the application process, please contact the Talent Acquisition team within Human Resources via email at mailto:hr.recruitment@csn.edu or call (702) 651-5800 to be directed to the appropriate Recruiter.

Job Description

The General Counsel for the College of Southern Nevada (CSN) reports to the President of CSN and the Chief General Counsel of the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) and serves as a member of the President's executive leadership team. The incumbent will be responsible for the overall management of all legal affairs involving CSN. These responsibilities include providing daily advice to the President, Vice Presidents, Human Resources, and other CSN administrators and departments on policies, and a variety of legal areas, including employment law, contract law, tort law, constitutional law, civil rights law, real estate law, sports law, and compliance with all state and federal regulations and laws governing employers and a higher education institution.

The General Counsel is responsible for representing CSN in various administrative, state, and federal courts, and must be familiar with civil litigation practice and procedures. The General Counsel is also responsible for providing analysis and guidance on Nevada's Public Records Act, Nevada's Open Meeting Law; and, the Board of Regent's Handbook, NSHE Code and Procedures and Guidelines Manual, and the Nevada Administrative Code. They will be expected to work effectively with students, faculty, staff, and CSN administration in achieving CSN's institutional goals and objectives in developing an exceptionally qualified, diverse, and enriched workforce who diligently support the Students First mission.

The General Counsel is expected to foster an environment of collegiality, mutual respect, openness, approachability, and collaboration in the administration and operations of CSN, and to also work with the employee groups, NSHE System Administration, and the General Counsels and administrators of other NSHE institutions. This individual will additionally supervise the Assistant General Counsel and Legal Research and Administrative Support Staff.

Required Qualifications

• Juris Doctorate degree from a regionally accredited college/university, a license to practice law in the state of Nevada and 10 years of related professional experience that includes 7 years of legal experience, 2-3 years of supervisory experience and experience with collective bargaining negotiation and agreements.

Preferred Qualifications

• Knowledge of state and federal laws.
• Experience working with higher education institutions.
• Excellent legal research and investigative skills.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including approachability, openness, active listening skills, collaboration skills, and negotiation skills.
• Ability to and desire to work with a diverse group of employees, students, and community constituents.
• Personal and professional integrity and the ability to adhere to best practices of professional responsibility, intellectual aptitude, communication skills, and relationship building.
• Ability to interact constructively with all levels of management and staff.
• Ability to function as advocate, representative, counselor, facilitator of dispute resolution, and investigator.
• Ability to complete multiple projects in a timely manner.
• Ability to write persuasively in legal style, present cases with oral argument before boards and tribunals, and maintain litigation planning skills.

Starting Salary Range

Administrative Faculty Grade E

$135,000 - $155,000 annually

Exempt
Yes

Full-Time Equivalent
100.0%

Required Attachment(s)

To be considered for this position, please upload the following documents to your application:

• Resume
• Cover Letter
• Unofficial Academic Transcripts
• Contact information for three professional references

Local Search

Out of Area/State Candidates will not be offered travel reimbursement.

NSHE INTERNAL APPLICANTS PLEASE NOTE

CSN employees or employees within the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) MUST use the "Find Jobs" process within Workday to find and apply for jobs at CSN and other NSHE Institutions. Once you log into Workday, type "Find Jobs" in the search box which will navigate to the internal job posting site. Locate this specific job posting. If you complete an application outside of the internal application process, your application will be returned and you will have to reapply as an internal applicant which may delay your application.

Posting Close Date
01/15/2020

Note to Applicant

Applicants should fully describe their qualifications and experience with specific reference to each of the minimum and preferred qualifications. The search committee will use this information during the initial review of application materials.

All document(s) must be received by 11:59 p.m. the day prior to the closing date posted on the job announcement.

This position may require that a criminal background check be conducted on the candidate(s) selected for hire.

As part of the hiring process, applicants for positions in the Nevada System of Higher Education may be required to demonstrate the ability to perform job-related tasks.

Schedules are subject to change based on organizational needs.

CSN is responsive to serving the educational needs of a diverse and ever-changing community. CSN employs only U.S. citizens and aliens authorized to work in the U.S. CSN does not sponsor aliens applying for faculty, professional staff, or management positions (H-1B Visas) in the absence of exceptional circumstances as defined by the USCIS.

To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/1758707

About Us

The College of Southern Nevada (CSN) creates opportunities and changes lives through access to quality teaching, services, and experiences that enrich our diverse community. CSN has three main campuses in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson and multiple sites and centers.

The Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) is committed to providing a place of work and learning free of discrimination on the basis of a person’s age, disability, whether actual or perceived by others (including service-connected disabilities), gender (including pregnancy related conditions), military status or military obligations, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, national origin, race, or religion.

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Compensation: $135,000 - $155,000 annually

hr.recruitment@csn.edu

City of Dallas, TX

January 7, 2020

Dallas is the third-largest city in the state of Texas and the ninth largest in the nation.
The City of Dallas operates
under a Council-Manager form of government with a Mayor and 14 Council Members.
The Council appoints the City Attorney who
provides legal counsel to the City Council, City officials, departments and employees on all legal
matters involving the city
government.  The City Attorney’s Office
has 164 staff and requires a strong leader, skilled manager, and experienced
administrator.  A bachelor's degree from
an accredited college of law, plus a license
to practice law in the State of Texas, is required. Candidates should have at least ten (10)
years of senior legal
administration experience in areas such as Appellate, Constitutional, Land
Use/Zoning, Purchasing, Environmental, Open/Public Records, Contracts, and
Labor/Employment Law, including litigation and transactional.  A strong candidate will have prior experience as a City Attorney or Assistant
City Attorney in a large,
complex organization or other
significant and applicable public sector experience; or have extensive experience
managing a large private sector organization with a focus on municipal and
civil law.  Salary and open, dependent
upon qualifications.  Visit
www.srnsearch.com to view a detailed description or apply.
Position is open until filled.  Questions regarding this recruitment may be
directed to S. Renée Narloch, S. Renée Narloch & Associates,
info@srnsearch.com or (850) 391-0000.  The City of Dallas is an Equal Opportunity
Employer.  Pursuant to Texas Open Records law, applications and resumes are subject to disclosure.

Compensation: DOQ

info@srnsearch.com

8503910000

City of Newark New Jersey

January 7, 2020

Call 973 273-1040

Or visit the media site

@INVESTNEWARK(TWITTER&instagram

Compensation: 129k to 207k

talent@investnewark.org

9732731040

Gilead Sciences Inc

December 13, 2019

Gilead Sciences has a great opportunity for an industry leader as a Senior Manager, Clinical Site Contracts. This position is located at Gilead Sciences’ Corporate Headquarters in Foster City – San Francisco Bay Area, California. The selected Sr. Manager will have the opportunity to manage and develop direct reports in a large high performing team, in order to maximize their capability and further their development while maximizing their contribution towards operational delivery. The candidate will have the opportunity to work collaboratively within a matrix environment with other cross functional groups to proactively foster and ensure continuous improvement and operational excellence.

Gilead is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

If you would like to learn more or apply please click here:

https://gilead.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/gileadcareers/job/United-States---California---Foster-City/Senior-Manager--Development-Business-Operations--Site-Contracts_R0008268

Compensation: Negotiable

gerald.sears@randstadsourceright.com

9198697248

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