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Product Counsel, Marketing (100% remote in Washingon, D.C.; Seattle or Boston) 
The Mom Project
Washington, D.C., Seattle and Boston-Area

Our Customer’s mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. Through their family of apps and services, they are building a different kind of company that connects billions of people around the world, gives them ways to share what matters most to them, and helps bring people closer together. 

Our Customer seeks a highly motivated and experienced attorney to join the Brands and Marketing Legal team. The position will support our product and marketing teams across our Customer's companies with a focus on marketing content review and intellectual property. This includes working closely with stakeholders across the company to quickly spot and provide strategic and practical guidance on advertising, consumer protection, privacy, data protection, intellectual property, production, and other compliance requirements on a wide range of multi-faceted marketing campaigns and programs. This is a great opportunity to join a growing legal team and to work on cutting-edge issues in an exciting, fast-paced environment. T

What You'll Do:
Manage relationships with client marketing teams across the company as well as cross functional partners within the legal team
Advise teams on marketing and promotional initiatives (email, telemarketing, contests, sales incentives), including review of advertising (claims, substantiation, disclosures, false advertising, IP) across all marketing channels to ensure materials are legally and company compliant
Train internal teams and cross-functional partners on advertising compliance
Act as escalation point and mentor for team on marketing legal risks associated with a wide range of advertising issues
Advise on broad advertising areas, including ad products, ad-tech, insights, and consumer and business facing advertising to ensure compliance with privacy, data protection, competition, marketing, IP, and consumer protection laws and regulations
Provide intellectual property counseling on risks associated with advertising campaigns, including drafting and negotiating copyright, trademark, right of publicity licenses or rights acquisition and other talent and production-related agreements
Drive, develop, and improve marketing clearance best practices, process, and strategy

Must Haves:
J.D. degree (or foreign equivalent) and membership in at least one U.S. state bar
5+ years of experience in advertising and promotional laws and regulations
Experience reviewing and advising on advertising, marketing, promotions, copyright, right of publicity, trademark, production and related agreements
Knowledge of privacy, data protection and consumer protection requirements
Exhibits solid judgement, integrity, communications, and interpersonal skills
Proactive, collaborative, diligent, flexible, and strives for operational excellence 

Nice To Haves:
Experience working in a fast-paced environment in web, app, social networking, internet, or technology companies
In-house legal experience working directly with multiple marketing teams
Experience working cross-functionally with multiple stakeholder groups

Here is the link to apply: https://themomproject.com/projects/aa7952337b?utm_campaign=aa7952337b&utm_medium=posting&utm_source=LinkedIn

Immigration Senior Attorney
Clark Hill Law PLC
Washington, D.C.

Clark Hill PLC is seeking an attorney with 6+ years of experience for its Immigration business unit. This position can be located in any of our offices. Strong candidates will have strong knowledge of business immigration matters as well as proven I-9, enforcement, and immigration-related merger & acquisition experience.

Ideal candidate will also have experience in running immigration-related due diligence on M&A deals; guiding clients in I-9 related matters including internal I-9 audits, government audits, and M&A related audits as well as guiding clients in all immigration-related enforcement matters. Candidates should possess strong advocacy, research, and writing skills; a high-level attention to detail; and strong academic credentials.

Successful candidates should be able to stay organized and multi-task in a fast-paced environment. All candidates must be licensed in their home jurisdiction or must be eligible for admission without examination. Interested candidates should provide a cover letter, resume, law school transcript, and writing sample.

Here is the link to apply: https://clarkhillselfapply.viglobalcloud.com/viRecruitSelfApply/ReDefault.aspx?Tag=ad69faf6-8f41-4a3f-b5ca-5d16448019f8

Government Contracts Associate Attorney - Junior
Perkins Coie
Washington, D.C.
Job requisition ID R0003968

Perkins Coie LLP is a leading international law firm and has been listed on Fortune’s Best Places to Work for 20 consecutive years. We’ve created a dynamic firm culture that is based on collaboration, dedication to serving our clients, and mutual respect. We are regularly recognized for our leadership on diversity and inclusion in the legal industry and our dedication to creating a workplace culture where all employees have the opportunity to grow and reach their full potential. 

The Washington, DC office of Perkins Coie LLP is seeking an associate to join our Government Contracts group.  The successful candidate will have 1 – 3 years of government contracts experience.  This can include experience in handling bid protests, claims, disputes and related litigation.  It also can include federal procurement counselling experience with various areas including GSA Schedule,  National Security, ITAR or Cybersecurity issues. The applicant can be either at a law firm or government position.  Strong writing skills are a must. 

To apply, please access the link below and attach your cover letter, resume, writing sample and law school transcript.
Here is the link to apply: https://perkinscoie.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/perkinscoieexternal/job/Washington-DC/Government-Contracts-Associate-Attorney---Junior_R0003968-439

Trial Attorney (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Unit) Criminal Division (CRM)
Justice Department
Washington, DC
Job 22-CRM-FRD-040

The Criminal Division, U.S. Department of Justice, is seeking qualified, experienced attorneys for positions in the Fraud Section’s FCPA Unit located in Washington, DC. The incumbent will serve as a Trial Attorney in the FCPA Unit and, as such, will independently direct, conduct, and monitor investigations, prepare for and conduct trials, and advise on court filings. Upon accepting an offer of employment, applicants must make a three-year commitment to the Fraud Section.

The Fraud Section, comprising over 180 federal prosecutors, investigates and prosecutes complex, multi-district and international white-collar criminal cases throughout the country and implements and coordinates the Department’s fraud enforcement policy. Fraud Section cases include foreign bribery (the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act), corporate, securities and investment fraud; mass marketing fraud; mortgage fraud; procurement and government program fraud; health care fraud; and other complex white-collar criminal schemes. The Fraud Section is composed of four subject matter units: Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; Health Care Fraud; Market Integrity and Major Frauds; and the Corporate Enforcement, Compliance, & Policy.

Open positions are located in the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) Unit. The FCPA Unit has primary jurisdiction among the Department components in prosecuting FCPA matters. The FCPA Unit and the SEC share FCPA enforcement authority and are committed to fighting foreign bribery through robust enforcement. An important component of this effort is education and assisting to develop FCPA enforcement policy.

Applicants to this announcement may also be considered for other Attorney positions within the Fraud Section, including positions located in the Market Integrity and Major Fraud, Health Care Fraud, Litigation, Special Matters, and Corporate Enforcement, Compliance, and Policy Units. Our office places a high value on diversity of experiences and perspectives and encourages applications from individuals from all ethnic and racial backgrounds, veterans, LGBTQ+ individuals, and persons with disabilities.
Job Description: 

Generally, as a Trial Attorney in the FCPA Unit, the incumbent:
In collaboration with unit managers, carries out and fosters effective investigations and prosecutions, including advising on strategy and legal complexities, and developing litigation priorities, policy, and legislative recommendations. Recommends charging decisions and proposes dispositions with regard to assigned cases.
Partners with and leads Assistant U.S. Attorneys and attorneys in other federal law enforcement agencies in the development, management and trial of complex white collar and corporate investigations and prosecutions. Engages in all phases of investigation and litigation, including, but not limited to, using the grand jury, using federal investigative tools and handling electronic evidence, advising federal law enforcement agents, using international evidence collection tools, preparing appropriate pleadings, appearing for hearings at all phases of criminal proceedings, and litigating motions and trials before U.S. District Courts across the country.

Qualifications: 
Required Qualifications: Interested applicants must possess a J.D., or equivalent, degree, be duly licensed and authorized to practice as an attorney under the laws of any State, territory of the United States, or the District of Columbia, and be an active member of the bar in good standing. To qualify at the GS-15 grade level, applicants must have at least five (5) years post J.D. legal experience, one of which was specialized experience at, or equivalent to, the GS-14 grade level. Examples of specialized experience include: independently performing legal analysis; composing pleadings, briefs and other court documents involving unique and/or difficult legal issues in civil or criminal litigation; conducting highly complex civil or criminal litigation; and leading paralegals and support staff.

Preferred Qualifications: Your qualifications will be further evaluated based upon the following competencies:
Experience in supporting, litigating, and supervising federal criminal cases.
Experience handling complex white-collar and corporate criminal cases, including bribery and corruption, and/or international criminal matters.
Experience conducting investigations of organizations and entities, including corporations, as well as individuals.
Trial experience.
Experience in U.S. District Court.Salary: 
The salary range for this position is $148,484 to $176,300 per annum, which includes locality pay. See OPM's web page at https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/pay-leave/salaries-wages/salary-tables/22Tables/html/DCB.aspx for additional information.
Travel: 
Frequent travel will be required.

Application Process: 
Please submit your application through USAJOBS. The list of required documents can be found in the USAJobs announcement.

If you do not already have an account, please create a USAjobs account before applying Create an Account. You will be able to upload your resume and supporting documents and complete your profile prior to applying. Once you have an account, apply to the USAjobs vacancy: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/661651100

Senior Corporate Counsel - Public Sector
Oracle
Reston, Va.

Oracle’s North America Government Sector Team is responsible for providing legal support for a broad range of technology transactions, including complex software license, computer hardware, cloud, and services contracts with Oracle's federal and state government customers and partners; and compliance with applicable laws. We work closely with Oracle executives to draft and negotiate agreements with government customers, and coordinate the efforts of various internal organizations in order to ensure that Oracle contracts align with company policies and applicable law. Our attorneys have instinctively good judgment and impeccable integrity. We are seeking an attorney who can be a strategic legal advisor, and a true dedicated problem-solver.

The position is best suited for a lawyer with:
Negotiating, contracting and transactional experience;
Ability to lead a variety of tasks, evaluate alternatives quickly, handle complex negotiations, provide top quality legal advice and support to executive-level clients;
Ability to take a leadership role in defining policies, practices, and procedures within the Legal Department and Oracle’s business practices organizations; and
Experience in dealing with regulatory issues. 

Preferred Qualifications:
At least 6 - 10 years of relevant experience in a premier law firm, major corporation and/or government.
Excellent academic credentials, with exceptional writing and oral communication skills.
Experience with federal and state government contracts a plus. 

Location: Anywhere in the United States

Diversity and Inclusion:
An Oracle career can span industries, roles, Countries and cultures, giving you the opportunity to flourish in new roles and innovate, while blending work life in. Oracle has thrived through 40+ years of change by innovating and operating with integrity while delivering for the top companies in almost every industry.

In order to nurture the talent that makes this happen, we are committed to an inclusive culture that celebrates and values diverse insights and perspectives, a workforce that inspires thought leadership and innovation.

Oracle offers a highly competitive suite of Employee Benefits designed on the principles of parity, consistency, and affordability. The overall package includes certain core elements such as Medical, Life Insurance, access to Retirement Planning, and much more. We also encourage our employees to engage in the culture of giving back to the communities where we live and do business.

At Oracle, we believe that innovation starts with diversity and inclusion and to create the future we need talent from various backgrounds, perspectives, and abilities. We ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to successfully participate in the job application, interview process, and in potential roles. to perform crucial job functions.

That’s why we’re committed to creating a workforce where all individuals can do their best work. It’s when everyone’s voice is heard and valued that we’re inspired to go beyond what’s been done before.

Here is the link to apply: ​https://eeho.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1/job/171463?utm_medium=jobboard&utm_source=LinkedIn

Associate General Counsel (Real Estate), Mid-Atlantic (hybrid) (46071)
Richard, Wayne & Roberts
Washington, D.C. - Baltimore Area Hybrid

Full-time · Mid-Senior level
51-200 employees · Staffing and Recruiting

If you enjoy working on e-mortgages, software licensing and supporting mortgage acquisition activities, including negotiating and drafting agreements, conducting training, and handling new initiatives involving underwriting and purchasing single-family mortgages, this is the role for you! Come join this mission-oriented Fortune 500 company where you will perform meaningful work and make an impact. This company also offers competitive compensation and an outstanding work-life balance (it’s a hybrid role with 2 days a week in the office)! If interested, you may confidentially contact: cflick@rwr.com;

Here is the link to apply: https://rwr.com/careerboard/#/jobs/46071

Associate General Counsel, Data Governance and Protection
CARFAX
Centreville, Va.

When was the last time you bragged about where you work? At CARFAX, we do it every day. Why? Because we’re proud to work for a company with a strong mission and trusted brand. We’re proud to work with people who care about what they do and work hard every day to deliver their best. And just announced, the return of the 4-day work week from Memorial Day through Labor Day! We’ve created the type of company culture where the term, “work- hard play- hard” isn’t just a catchy saying, it’s part of the #CARFAXdifference! 

The Associate General Counsel, Data Governance and Protection, position will be supporting a rapidly growing business by partnering with business and technology teams to develop and lead our data governance efforts to protect the company’s enterprise-wide data assets.  This is an exciting, new position that represents an excellent opportunity to make substantial contributions to a dynamic and thriving business.  The position reports to the General Counsel.

As Associate General Counsel, Data Governance and Protection, you will:
 Develop and manage a data governance model and process to protect the company’s enterprise-wide data assets
 Develop and maintain a comprehensive data catalog and inventory to ensure data use compliance, both internally and externally
 Develop and lead a data protection program, which will include driving awareness of data protection as well as compliance efforts, audits and monitoring activities related to data use
 Provide legal advice on internal and external product and feature development around data use
 Draft, negotiate and advise on contracts related to data sharing and data licensing

What we’re looking for:
 Licensed to practice law in good standing in at least one state (Virginia preferred) and/or eligible to be admitted under a Virginia Corporate Counsel Certificate
 At least five years of related legal experience, including experience with data licensing 
 Undergraduate degree in information technology, computer science, engineering or accounting is highly desirable
 Proficiency in Excel
 Detail-oriented, superior organizational skills and passionate about technology and data
 Strong analytical and problem-solving skills 
 Experience creating strong, collaborative relationships with internal business and technology partners and stakeholders
Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills 

Here is the link to apply: https://jobs.jobvite.com/carfax/job/oZGpjfw7?__jvst=Job%20Board&__jvsd=LinkedIn


Associate General Counsel Real Estate
Garrison & Sisson, Inc.

Washington DC-Baltimore Area

Full-time · Associate

G&S has been engaged on an exclusive basis to assist two real estate development companies in the DMV with their searches for Associate General Counsel’s to join their thriving organizations. Candidates should have 4-12 years of broad real estate experience in acquisition/sales, development, financing, leasing (office and/or retail), management agreements, construction contracts, Master POAs, REAs, and title and survey work.

One client is a publicly traded, multi-faceted real estate development and services organization with interests in asset management mixed-use & transit-oriented development, hotel development, environmental remediation, and capital advisory services. With 30+ years of stability and growth in this region, they are one of the largest local real estate developers. You will work alongside the Development, Construction and Acquisition teams concerning legal issues in connection with the development of large scale mixed-use real estate projects. Title is SVP, Legal & Associate General Counsel, and you will report directly to the General Counsel (who has been there for 20+ years and is highly respected by the C-Suite).

Our other client, a privately-owned real estate developer, was founded in 1965 and is also one of the largest developers in the DMV. They provide services in all facets of the development process, including design and construction, project management, land planning and zoning, legal, accounting, property management, leasing, and project finance. You will work with both the Retail and Corporate legal departments and provide advice on acquisitions, development, financing, sales, leasing, and management of the company’s office, retail, industrial, residential, and mixed-use portfolios. The ideal candidate would have some retail leasing experience in mixed-use centers. You will report directly to the General Counsel and the General Counsel, Retail, and the 4 attorneys in the OGC have a combined average of 18 years with the company. Maintaining an outstanding corporate culture was critical to the company’s founder (many employees work for the company the better part of their careers), and they invest in their people like no other organization we’ve seen.
Both companies provide reasonable hours (9am-6:30pm) and weekend work is extremely rare, as well as market competitive, in-house compensation.

If you meet the above qualifications, please send a confidential copy of your resume to gs@g-s.com.

VP, Assistant General Counsel - Corporate Responsibility Attorney
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Washington, D.C.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.6 trillion and operations worldwide. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small business, commercial banking, financial transaction processing, and asset management. A component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, JPMorgan Chase & Co. serves millions of consumers in the United States and many of the world's most prominent corporate, institutional and government clients under its J.P. Morgan and Chase brands. Information about JPMorgan Chase & Co. is available at www.jpmorganchase.com .

The Legal Department of JPMorgan Chase is responsible for the provision of legal services to the Firm and is organized by Practice Groups that conform to the organization of the Firm's lines of business and corporate staff areas. This structure encourages legal teams to communicate legal and regulatory changes to the businesses and staff areas and for the lines of business and staff areas to communicate business developments that have legal or regulatory implications to the legal teams in a timely manner.

JPMorgan Chase's Legal Department is seeking a candidate with experience with tax-exempt organizations to serve as a Vice President and Assistant General Counsel for Corporate Responsibility (CR) based in Washington, DC. The CR Law team advises the CR Department on charitable giving, grant-making, non-profit governance, impact investing, research and policy, communications and sustainability.

The CR Department is responsible for the development and implementation of the Firm's corporate responsibility agenda by crafting goals, policies and initiatives that align with and support the Firm's business strategies, reflect our values and support the communities where we do business. CR includes the JPMorgan Chase Foundation, Impact Finance, Research & Policy and Sustainable Finance. Our programs seek to address key drivers of economic inequality experienced by vulnerable populations around the globe through four key focus areas: Community Development, Jobs and Skills, Financial Capability, and Small Business. Please visit JPMorgan Chase & Co. Corporate Responsibility for more information.

Responsibilities:
Support the provision of legal advice and transactional support to CR 
Advise on domestic and international grant-making and ensure compliance with tax laws and regulations applicable to private foundations and other 501(c)(3) organizations (expenditure responsibility, foreign charity equivalency determinations, self-dealing and private benefit analysis, etc.) 
Draft, review and negotiate grant agreements, sponsorship agreements, services agreements and other contracts 
Review, recommend and implement compliance with internal policies and procedures 
Analyze regulatory and legislative developments impacting philanthropic giving, including advice regarding implementation 
Provide advice and counsel on corporate governance matters 
Advise on environmental, social and governance (ESG) matters, including impact investing and sustainability 
Review external communications (press releases, website content, sponsored content) and reports 
Advise on the workplace giving program, which supports employee charitable giving 
Liaise with the CR Grants Management team and other business representatives as well as lawyers in the Legal Department 

Qualifications:
JD. Candidates must be in compliance with all relevant licensing requirements including the requirements of the jurisdiction where the role will be located 
At least 5 years of experience practicing at a law firm or in-house legal department 
Experience in the laws that govern non-profits, including charitable organizations 
Experience with ESG and impact investing a plus 
Familiarity with a broad range of federal and state legal issues in the exempt organizations field, including grant-making, charitable contributions, governance, commercial co-ventures and tax 
Strong contract drafting and negotiation skills 
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including for advising senior management of risk, challenges and solutions 
Demonstrated ability to exercise independent judgment and initiative, to manage and prioritize multiple tasks, and to work under deadlines and changing priorities in a high performance environment 
Ability to effectively navigate a large, complex organization 
Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse team of legal and other professionals, within the Legal Department and across functions 

Here is the link to apply: https://jpmc.fa.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_1001/job/210264585/?utm_medium=jobshare&src=LinkedIn_JPMC

Attorney Advisor
Smithsonian Institution
Washington, D.C. (on-site)

As an Attorney-Advisor, the incumbent would provide professional legal advice and services in a fast-paced environment under the supervision of the General Counsel and the Deputy General Counsel. OGC Attorneys function with a high degree of independence and a large case load. This position requires a thorough understanding of the goals and objectives of an Office of a General Counsel as well as the structure and components of a complex institution with diverse subject matter and national and international interests.

Typical Work Assignments May Include:
Drafts copyright licenses and other stand-alone intellectual property agreements and provisions, including analysis of the doctrine of fair use to the agency’s activities, proactively ensures that proposed gifts, contracts, business activities, agency name, logo and use of agency intellectual property are monitored and legal protections are enforced, the incumbent evaluates facts, determines questions of law, and either recommends adoption of a decision prepared by another attorney or drafts an independent decision for consideration and adoption by the General Counsel and, as appropriate, senior management who exercise final authority in such matters.
Drafts agreements, many of which are complex, that protect the agency’s legal status and interests while mitigating significant levels of risk.
Evaluates proposed agreements and activities in terms of their intellectual property implications, including their foreseeable effect on agency program, policies, procedures, regulations, methods of operation, and extent of operation.
Prepares recommended interpretation outlining the facts and the applicable law; and is often responsible for developing the material which, in effect, becomes the agency justification for pursuing certain transactions.
Requirements

Conditions of Employment:
Pass Pre-employment Background Investigation.
Complete a Trial Period.
Maintain a Bank Account for Direct Deposit/Electronic Transfer.
Submission of Bar Membership that is in good standing.
Submission of a Writing Sample.
Submission of a Cover Letter.
Conditions of Employment

Qualifications:
The Following Minimum Qualification Requirements Will Be Used To Determine If Applicants Are Eligible For Further Consideration

There is no OPM qualification standard established for positions in the Attorney-Advisor, 0905 series, and agencies may establish their own standards for these Excepted Service positions.

Experience: Applicant must have four years of specialized legal experience relevant to the duties of the position or education beyond the first professional degree which included courses directly related to the duties of the position and which has enabled the applicant to step into complex legal work and to operate with a substantial degree of independence and responsibility at the grade 14 level. For this position, specialized experience is defined as advising on the legal, intellectual property, gift, sponsorships and policy implications of intellectual property-related and procurement matters.

Here is the link to apply:​ https://www.usajobs.gov/job/653555600

Supervisory General Attorney
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Washington, D.C.

$135,468 - $177,590 a year

The Mission of the FBI is to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States. Public Service is a public trust. For the FBI, this means that the public has committed to our care the safety of our Nation and the defense of our Constitution. To sustain that trust and to meet our resulting obligations, we must adhere strictly to our core values of: Rigorous obedience to the Constitution, Respect, Compassion, Fairness, Integrity, Accountability, Leadership, and Diversity.

Major Duties
OGC provides legal advice to the entire FBI, including the Director, FBI headquarters officials, and agents in the 56 domestic field offices and overseas, on a wide range of substantive legal issues. OGC works closely with other elements of the Department of Justice, with federal, state, local, tribal and territorial law enforcement partners, other members of the Intelligence Community, and the White House. OGC also assists the FBI in forming partnerships with other federal, state, local and international agencies, as well as private sector entities, in support of FBI operations. 

The SSILS SC will supervise multiple first-line managers (unit chiefs) as they work to ensure transparency and accountability while preventing harm to national security and law enforcement equities. SSILS attorneys work with both internal and external partners to provide appropriate disclosures of information to the public pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and to Congress pursuant to its legitimate oversight function. At the same time, SSILS attorneys are vigorously guarding against the inappropriate disclosure of classified or sensitive FBI information because of the substantial harm that inappropriate disclosure can cause. Invoking relevant privileges or limiting access through protective orders or other safeguards is essential to preserving the integrity of investigations and the safety of others, including our agents, sources, and victims of crimes.

As part of this role, the SC will be required to develop robust working relationships with their senior level counterparts across the government on all relevant matters. 

Senior management positions are not intended to be senior subject matter expert roles: they are designed to help facilitate the mission and goals of managers and staff under their supervision and to coordinate the resolution of complicated legal and resource issues across the FBI and within the Executive Branch. The ideal candidate thus will have previous management experience and significant knowledge and experience in the field of civil litigation, including eDiscovery, administrative claims, familiarity with federal practice, and an ability to work with internal and external partners to resolve legal and policy issues in a manner that furthers FBI’s mission. Congressional oversight experience is preferred.

Qualifications & Evaluations
Interested applicants must possess a J.D. degree from a law school accredited by the American Bar Association, and be duly licensed and authorized to practice as an attorney under the laws of any State, territory of the United States, or the District of Columbia. Applicants must be an active member of the bar (any jurisdiction) in good standing and have at least 8 years post-J.D. experience.

Candidates should possess strong leadership, collaboration, organizing and planning, and problem solving skills as well as exemplary interpersonal ability.

Please make sure your specialized experience/requirement(s) can be identified in your resume. Applicants must meet the qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement. 

Your application will be evaluated and rated under the FBI’s Candidate Rating Procedures. Your resume and supporting documentation will be used to determine whether you meet the job qualifications listed in this announcement.

Executive Core Qualifications:

Please ensure you respond to each of the competencies. Failure to respond to the competencies will not allow you to submit your application.

1. Organizing and Planning (establish priorities, timetables, and goals/objectives; structure a plan of action for self and others; and develop both strategic and tactical plans).

2. Leadership (motivate and inspire others; develop and mentor others; gain the respect, confidence, and loyalty of others; articulate vision, give guidance and direct others in accomplishing goals).

3. Collaboration (establish contacts and interact effectively with external agencies, government officials, the media, the community, and internal bureau contacts; display professionalism while working with others to achieve common goals and proactively share information with others when appropriate).

4. Problem Solving/Judgment (critically evaluates conditions, events, and alternatives; identify problems, causes and relationships; base decisions or recommendations on data or sound reasoning; and formulate objective opinions). 

5. Interpersonal Ability (establish and maintain rapport with management, colleagues and subordinates; recognize and show sensitivity to differences in the needs and concerns of others; mediate concerns between individuals and groups to settle disputes).

Here is the link to apply: https://apply.fbijobs.gov/psc/ps/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=43771&PostingSeq=1

Attorney Advisor
D.C. Government, Office of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining
Washington, D.C., 441 4th Street, NW
Job ID 17367

Grade 12
Minimum Rate $88,093.00 - Maximum Rate $114,532.00

Job Summary
This position is in the Office of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining (OLRCB) of the Government of the District of Columbia. OLRCB reports to the Executive Office of the Mayor (EOM), Office of the City Administrator (OCA). The mission of the OLRCB is to effectively represent the District as the principal management advocate in administering a comprehensive labor management program.

This position functions as Attorney Advisor with the responsibility for performing a wide variety of legal and policy matters related to legislation, regulations, collective bargaining agreements, policies, and procedures. 

Duties and Responsibilities
Provides legal advice, conducts extensive and detailed legal research dealing with proposed laws and amendments to existing laws, superseded laws and regulations, administrative law and collective bargaining agreements, and the legislative history of Federal and District laws and regulations.  Reviews, researches and drafts office responses by management to selected and sensitive and often confidential inquiries and correspondence from the Mayor, the City Administrator, members of the Council of the District of Columbia, officials of the District and Federal government and the surrounding jurisdictions, members of the private sector, both individual and organized, and the general public.  Assists the office and/or the Office of the Attorney General with litigation and negotiation.  

Represents the agency in administrative hearings, and prepares evidence, briefs, motions, and other documents to support cases as necessary.   Incumbent may need to confer with and incorporate concerns of the District Government officials, members of administrative bodies, and officials outside of the District Government with actions taken during enforcement cases.  Keeps abreast of judicial, agency and other changes in law, regulations, collective bargaining agreements and policy related to the function of programs and the recommendation of appropriate courses of action to the Office and/or to the Office of the Attorney General (OAG).  Giving advice regarding compliance with applicable personnel regulations and collective bargaining agreements, including advice related to personnel actions concerning unionized employees. 

Qualifications and Education
Must possess a LLB or Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from an American Bar Association (ABA) accredited law school with at least one (1) year of post J.D. professional legal experience.

Licenses and Certification
Must be an active member in good standing of the bar of the District of Columbia, or eligible for waiver into the bar. (If eligible for waiver, incumbent must successfully obtain admission to the D.C. Bar within 360 days of commencing employment).

Tour of Duty:  Monday – Friday; 8:15am-4:45pm
Pay Plan, Series, and Grade:  LA-0905-12

Here is the link to apply: https://careers.dc.gov/psc/erecruit/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_JBPST_FL&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=1&JobOpeningId=17367&PostingSeq=1


Attorney Advisor (General)
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Washington, D.C.

This position is located in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of the General Counsel (OGC), General Law Division (GLD), Labor and Employment Law Branch.

The primary purpose of this position is to provide solution-oriented advice to management on labor and employment laws with a particular focus on employee medical, health, and safety issues, including medical and physical standards.Learn more about this agency

As an Attorney-Advisor (General), GS-0905-13/14/15, your typical work assignments may include:

Perform legal analysis and research, conduct necessary conferences and consultation to provide litigation support and legal counsel to the Department's senior leadership on Federal sector labor and employment law issues.
Provide solution-oriented advice on personnel management issues, particularly those involving employee health, safety, medical and physical requirements, and related programs. This work will involve advice on the Occupational Health and Safety Act, the Rehabilitation Act, the Genetic Nondiscrimination in Employment Act, and 5 C.F.R. Part 338, among other authorities.
Negotiate complex and unique issues, often with high-level personnel, individuals from various parts of the Department, and individuals from the other Federal agencies, to obtain the necessary balance between conflicting interests, factual issues, and policy considerations. Maintain continuing liaison with clients and component counsel.
As needed, represent the Department before various administrative tribunals to include the Merit System Protection Board and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, as well as assisting the Department of Justice in litigation involving labor and/or employment matters in U.S. Federal district and appellate courts.
Work with the Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer on disciplinary and adverse action proposals and decisions, workforce policies, and other personnel-related matters, particularly as they relate to employee health, medical, safety, and work-life issues. 
Ensure that labor and employment law issues are properly considered in Departmental planning and policy development.
Conduct complex legal research and analysis and develop memoranda or present results to senior officials in a clear, precise, and persuasive manner while keeping supervisors fully informed.

You must be a U.S. citizen to apply for this position.
Males born after 12/31/1959 must be registered for Selective Service.
You must successfully pass a background investigation.
You must submit to a pre-employment drug test.
You must be an active member in good standing of the bar of the highest court of a State, U.S. Commonwealth, U.S. territory, or the District of Columbia.
You must be a graduate of a law school accredited by the American Bar Association.
Applying to this announcement certifies that you give permission for DHS to share your application with others in DHS for similar positions.

QualificationsBasic Requirements:
GS-13:
The first professional law degree (LL.B. or JD) or the second professional law degree (LL.M.); AND
Specialized professional legal experience in excess of two (2) years that is commensurate with the duties and responsibilities of the position, or two years of judicial clerkship.

GS-14 or GS-15:
The first professional law degree (LL.B. or JD) or the second professional law degree (LL.M.); AND
Specialized professional legal experience in excess of three (3) years that is commensurate with the duties and responsibilities of the position. The quality of the individual's background may be evidenced by the relatedness of his or her specialization.Specialized Experience:
The skills and experience listed immediately below are of particular importance to the position, and applicants should provide specific detailed information in these areas, where applicable, as part of their application.

You qualify for the GS-13 grade level if you possess one year of specialized experience, equivalent to the GS-12 grade level in the Federal government. You qualify for the GS-14 grade level if you possess one year of specialized experience, equivalent to the GS-13 grade level in the Federal government. You qualify for the GS-15 grade level if you possess one year of specialized experience, equivalent to the GS-14 grade level in the Federal government.
Specialized experience includes significant experience providing legal advice and representation on matters related to the legal topics listed in the "Duties" section above. Applicants must have experience in private industry, public service, or non-profit that is equivalent to the next lower grade level in the Federal service, which provided the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position.

Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

Current or Former Political Appointees: The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) must authorize employment offers made to current or former political appointees. If you are currently, or have been within the last 5 years, a political Schedule A, Schedule C, Non-career SES or Presidential Appointee employee in the Executive Branch, you must disclose this information to the Human Resources Office.

Education:
Applicants must be a graduate of a law school accredited by the American Bar Association. You must submit a copy of your college transcript OR a list of college courses with credit hours, dates completed, and grades received to verify education. Unofficial transcripts will be accepted. Official transcripts will be required if you are selected for the position.

Here is the link to apply: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/655920600