Lawyer Criminal Job Description Sample
Criminal Investigator II (Medicaid Fraud)
This position is open only to Colorado state residents.
Find a rewarding career making a difference:
Join the Office of the Attorney General/Colorado Department of Law Team!
The Office of the Attorney General/Department of Law is the largest law firm in the State. The Attorney General is elected by popular vote of the statewide electorate and is the State's chief lawyer and law enforcement official.
Attorney General Phil Weiser oversees the Department and manages a wide range of responsibilities, including:
Prosecuting and defending all civil and criminal actions in which the State has an interest
Defending the laws and the Constitution of the State of Colorado
Protecting consumers from scams and fraudulent activity
Serving as legal advisor to officers of the State of Colorado
Protecting and preserving Colorado's natural resources
Advocating for policies that help law enforcement improve community safety
Investigating and prosecuting Medicaid fraud throughout the State
In addition to the challenging and impactful work being done at the Office of the Attorney General, there are many other benefits to joining the Attorney General's team:
Distinctive career advancement opportunities throughout the State system
Strong, secure, yet flexible retirement benefits including 401K and 457 plans
Medical and dental health plans
Paid life insurance
Short and long-term disability coverage
Paid vacation and sick leave earned each month
10 paid holidays per year
Free access to a fitness center located in the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center
Excellent work-life programs, such as flexible work schedules, professional development opportunities, and an employee discount program
To learn more about our benefits visit: https://www.colorado.gov/dhr/benefits.
The Office of the Attorney General/Department of Law is an equal opportunity employer and understands that a diverse work force adds quality and perspective to the services we provide to the public. We encourage candidates with diverse qualities, backgrounds, and abilities to apply.
Description of Job
Located within the Department of Law's Criminal Justice Section, the Colorado Medicaid Fraud Control Unit (COMFCU), maintains a strong commitment to ensuring that Coloradans have access to the highest quality of care from dedicated providers while continuing to take an aggressive approach to reducing Medicaid fraud and patient abuse across the state.
The dual missions of the COMFCU are:
To protect the state and federal funds dedicated to providing health care and medical services to Colorado Medicaid beneficiaries.
To hold individuals accountable for the abuse, neglect, or financial exploitation of clients in board and care facilities as well as those in facilities that accept Medicaid dollars.
This position is a critical team member of the COMFCU that will work both independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team to conduct thorough investigations of the abuse, neglect, abandonment and financial exploitation of the most vulnerable citizens of the State of Colorado. Additionally the incumbent will provide technical training, advice and assistance to other law enforcement agencies in the investigation of such matters. The incumbent will also develop and present programs for law enforcement, first responders, advocates, and the management and employees of care facilities regarding the prevention, recognition and investigation of abuse, neglect and exploitation.
- Maintaining communication with victims and other stakeholders to keep them apprised of the status of COMFCU investigations;
- Assist in the preparation of assigned cases for court or Grand Jury presentation and deliver testimony in those venues when needed;
- Preparation of affidavits for both arrest and search warrants;
- Identify, locate, and interview witnesses, victims, and suspects to determine factual material;
- Reviewing medical records both independently and with the assistance of medical personnel to discover individual events or patterns of neglect and abuse, or falsified records;
- Assist in the execution of COMFCU search warrants and the seizure of evidence as needed, even outside of normal duty hours;
- Ability to independently determine the investigative techniques and case strategies to be utilized based upon the nature of the investigation;
- Gather, preserve, analyze and evaluate evidence;
- Prepare investigative reports to document actions taken and information discovered during the course of the investigation;
- Provide recommendations for future management of cases both during their investigation and prosecution;
- Update COMFCU management about the progress of investigations and request additional instruction or assistance when needed to continue an investigation;
- Obtain documentation from health care facilities, including medical records, incident reports, and employee files;
- Obtain other documents such as bank records, business records, and other records to be used as evidence in judicial proceedings;
- Prepare written and recorded statements and evaluate testimony for credibility;
- Conduct and participate in undercover operations;
- Prepare comprehensive investigation reports for presentation;
- Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications, Substitutions, Conditions of Employment & Appeal Rights
Please document all relevant experience in detail on your application. Experience will not be inferred or assumed. Any part-time experience listed will be prorated.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university; AND
Two years of professional investigative experience* at the detective level or higher for a governmental law enforcement agency.
Professional investigative experience must include performing duties such as gathering evidence, interviewing and locating witnesses, investigating crime scenes, and writing reports of findings to be used in Court in the prosecution of defendants.
Note: Candidates possessing a foreign degree must submit a translation (evaluation) of their degree from an accredited institution, such as The National Association of Credential Evaluations Services in order to be given credit for the degree.
- Professional investigative experience as a detective or comparable position in a government law enforcement agency, demonstrating competencies equivalent to the competencies learned through completion of the required education, may substitute on a year-for-year basis for the bachelor's degree.
- Ability to interact professionally with a wide variety of individuals and professionals;
- Experience writing reports and probable cause statements for the criminal justice system;
- A clear understanding of the proper rules of evidence, conducting interviews, and courtroom testimony and preparedness;
- In-depth knowledge and understanding of criminal statutes and administrative regulations;
- Expert interviewing and interrogation skills;
- Experience conducting investigations involving special victims;
- Experience identifying pattern crimes;
- Work experience investigating crimes against persons;
- Experience implementing surveillance programs to monitor potential criminal activity;
- Experience collecting evidence and executing search and arrest warrants;
- Knowledgeable of fraud and corruption investigations, and testifying in court;
- Excellent writing skills;
- Ability to be objective and flexible;
- Ability to adapt to changing priorities and situations;
- An understanding of the laws, ordinances, rules and regulations enforced by the COMFCU;
- An understanding of criminal court procedures.
In addition to the minimum qualifications, the preferred applicant will also demonstrate and clearly describe the following skills and experience in their job application:
- Work experience in the investigation of adult and juvenile sexual assaults;
- Work experience in elder or patient abuse;
- Work experience with Medicaid or Medicare regulations and statutes;
- Experience investigating document intensive white collar fraud cases from intake to completion;
- Work experience with programs, such as Excel or Access, used to analyze data and track evidence;
- Training as a child forensic interviewer;
- Experience in planning tactical operations;
- Experience working with a multidisciplinary investigation and prosecution team;
- Experience conducting public outreach;
- Certified Fraud Examiner;
- Experience and/or training as a Field Training Officer or as a law enforcement instructor;
- Experience investigating crimes of domestic violence, including but not limited to strangulation;
- Experience investigating cases with victims and/or witnesses that have developmental or intellectual disabilities.
Conditions of Employment: Candidates must be Colorado P.O.S.T. certified at the time of application. In accordance with C.R.S. §24-31-303 (5)(a) and (b), applicants must be Colorado P.O.S.T. certified, including the requirement of completing a physical and psychological evaluation (if it has been more than three years since a physical and psychological evaluation has been conducted). Following a conditional job offer, but prior to appointment, a candidate not meeting the requirement of C.R.S. §24-31-303(5)(b) will be subject to a physical and psychological evaluation to determine fitness to serve as a peace officer. Must be proficient with a handgun. Must be available, sometimes on short notice, to travel within and outside the State of Colorado. Must be available to work nights and/or weekends when necessary to conduct fast-paced investigations, execute search warrants, or prepare for trial. Applicants must pass a thorough criminal and personal background check, including a review of the personnel file from prior employment.
Required Application Materials
A completed State of Colorado Application: Applicants are responsible for ensuring that the application provided is fully completed and clearly describes their education, training and experience as it relates to this position. Only your State of Colorado job application will be reviewed during the initial screening to ensure you meet the minimum qualifications. If you attach a resume and cover letter, those materials will be reviewed in later stages of the selection process. Applications left blank or marked "See Resume" will not be considered.
Cover Letter: A detailed cover letter explaining your interest in the position, any information regarding your skills, qualifications, accomplishments, etc. and how you meet the listed preferred qualifications is due at the time of application.
Veteran's Preference: In order to be considered for veteran's preference you must attach a copy of your DD214 forms as well as any documentation required to prove disability or marital status.
Your application will be reviewed by a qualified Human Resources Specialist to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications for this position. If your application does not demonstrate that you meet the minimum requirements, you will not proceed in the selection process for this position. You will be notified of the results of the application review. If your application is rejected and you have questions, you may contact Daisy Zepeda at 720-508-6510 or email@example.com. You must contact her office within two days of the date you receive the application rejection notice.
Colorado Revised Statutes require that all state employees be hired and promoted through comparative analysis of merit and fitness. Upon meeting the minimum qualifications, the next phase of the process is typically a structured application/resume review by a panel of subject matter experts against the job duties and/or preferred qualifications in this job announcement to determine technical competence, depth and breadth of experience and potential job fit.
Technical Competence – Technical experience as it relates to the duties outlined in this job announcement.
Depth and Breadth of Experience – Experience that covers multiple areas outlined in this job announcement and demonstrates the level of responsibility assigned.
Job Fit – Experience will be evaluated to determine how well experience aligns with and meets the business needs of this position. Current experience is preferred.
It is imperative that the "Work Experience" section of your application is complete and specifically addresses your qualifications, experience, work product, and accomplishments as they relate to the Description of the Job, Minimum Qualifications, and Preferred Qualifications as listed above. Resumes and "see resume" statements will not be accepted in lieu of the "Work Experience" section of the application. Upload additional pages if necessary to fully explain your experience and accomplishments. Failure to include adequate information or follow instructions by the closing date may result in your application not being accepted and/or may affect your inclusion in the final pool of eligible applicants as the materials may be used to identify a top group for additional assessment or establish an eligible list for referral to the hiring manager for final consideration
Appeal Rights: If you receive notice that you have been eliminated from consideration for the position, you may protest the action by filing an appeal with the State Personnel Board/State Personnel Director within 10 days from the date you receive notice of the elimination. If you wish to challenge the selection and comparative analysis process, you may file an appeal with the State Personnel Board/State Personnel Director within 10 days from the receipt of notice or knowledge of the action you are challenging. A standard appeal form is available at www.colorado.gov/spb.
Refer to Chapters 4 and 8 of the State Personnel Board Rules and Personnel Director's Administrative Procedures, 4 CCR 801, for more information about the appeals process. The State Personnel Board Rules and Personnel Director's Administrative Procedures are available at www.colorado.gov/spb.
If you appeal, your appeal must be submitted in writing on the official appeal form, signed by you or your representative, and received at the following address within 10 days of your receipt of notice or knowledge of the action: Colorado State Personnel Board/State Personnel Director, Attn: Appeals Processing, 1525 Sherman Street, 4th Floor Denver, CO 80203, Fax: 303-866-5038. Phone: 303-866-3300. The ten-day deadline and these appeal procedures also apply to all charges of discrimination.
Transfer Applicants: Eligible transfer candidates must submit a complete application following the directions in this job announcement. All qualified transfer eligible candidates who submitted an application by the posted deadline will be included along with all other qualified candidates in the comparative analysis process. If you do not want to compete in the assessment process, you may withdraw from consideration for this position.
ADAAA Accommodations: Any person with a disability as defined by the ADA Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA) may be provided a reasonable accommodation upon request to enable the person to complete an employment assessment. To request an accommodation, please contact Daisy Zepeda at 720-508-6510 or firstname.lastname@example.org at least five business days before the assessment date to allow us to evaluate your request and prepare for the accommodation. You may be asked to provide additional information, including medical documentation, regarding functional limitations and type of accommodation needed. Please ensure that you have this information available well in advance of the assessment date.
SEC Disclosure Lawyer With Governance Experience
LG - Legal, Regulatory & Gov't Affairs
Estimated Travel Percentage (%): No Travel
Relocation Provided: No
AIG Employee Services, Inc.
AIG's Global Legal, Compliance, Regulatory and Government Affairs (GLCR) department is comprised of attorneys and other professionals providing high quality advisory and transactional support with integrity and objectivity across all parts of the organization. The team ensures an operating environment that minimizes legal, regulatory and reputational risks and complies with all laws and regulations and AIG policies & procedures.
This is a global, diverse and award-winning team that has been recognized for its leadership and innovative solutions. You will also be able to participate in AIG's award-winning pro bono program.
The AIG Corporate Legal Group is seeking an Assistant General Counsel to join its legal department in New York.
The AGC's primary roles will be to advise and assist with SEC and other regulatory disclosures, corporate governance matters and capital markets transactions.
Organizational Structure: This position will report to the Head of Securities and Corporate Governance for AIG Parent.
Specific responsibilities include:
Advise generally on U.S. corporate law, SEC disclosure and regulatory matters.
Draft and advise on AIG '34 Act disclosure filings
Advise on Regulation FD and Regulation G issues, including material press releases, investor presentations and other Corporate Communications and Investor Relations matters
Advise on legal issues with respect to capital markets and treasury transactions
Draft and advise on '33 Act offerings
Advise on legal issues with respect to corporate governance
Support Marketing, Corporate Communications, Investor Relations, Treasury and Finance teams
Perform other related duties and ad hoc projects as required
The ideal candidate should have:
5-7 years of legal experience with a major law firm or relevant in-house experience, with a demonstrated focus on securities disclosure
Extensive SEC disclosure experience (both '33 and '34 Acts) - insurance industry specific experience a plus
Top academic credentials and excellent written and oral communications skills
Strong organizational and project management skills
Demonstrated ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a strong focus on teamwork
Proven leadership abilities
JD required – Admitted to a US Bar (preferably NY)
It has been and will continue to be the policy of American International Group, Inc., its subsidiaries and affiliates to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We provide equal opportunity to all qualified individuals regardless of race, color, religion, age, gender, gender expression, national origin, veteran status, disability or any other legally protected categories.
At AIG, we believe that diversity and inclusion are critical to our future and our mission – creating a foundation for a creative workplace that leads to innovation, growth, and profitability. Through a wide variety of programs and initiatives, we invest in each employee, seeking to ensure that our people are not only respected as individuals, but also truly valued for their unique perspectives.
About Signal- Who are we?
Signal is an AI powered media monitoring, reputation management, regulatory compliance and market intelligence tool that gives its users global, unlimited, shareable information in an easy-to-use platform. Using cutting-edge machine learning techniques and built by data scientists, Signal has built solutions that empower business leaders and their teams by extracting, surfacing and analyzing hyper-relevant information from millions of global sources. Users can monitor key people, places, events, companies and topics in real-time, as well as track changes and measure impact over time, across more content than anyone could ever hope to read! How awesome is that!
It gets faster and more accurate the more data it consumes. With more data points to work with it can show past, emerging and future trends in real-time. It picks up on nuances and combines them to highlight the next big risk, opportunity or crisis that might affect organizations. It makes the unknown, known.
We Signallers are friendly and informal people! We are passionate about our Brand as we all have a stake in our success. We have an inclusive environment welcoming the skills and experience from many diverse backgrounds, together we have created who we are and what we sell. We are proud of our achievements and continue to strive for the unknown.
Signal is a venture-backed company that has raised a cool $30M in funding rounds. Some of our investors include Hearst Ventures, MMC Ventures, Frontline Ventures, and Reed Elsevier.
About the role- Who are you?
We currently have a great part-time opportunity (5 afternoons per week) available for a qualified lawyer (approx. 4-6 years PQE, as a guide only) to take on a role within our legal department. You will work closely with both the President of Americas and the Head of Legal based in London. You will be part of the Legal team which currently is based in London.
Our Head of Legal is currently the sole in-house lawyer for our organisation so we are looking for the right person to help with the further development of the legal department in the U.S. There is a strong sales team that is generating sufficient commercial contract work so this will be a key focus. Strong contract drafting, editing and negotiation skills are therefore a must. However, this is very much a varied role requiring someone that can ‘turn their hand’ to the typical legal matters covered by in-house legal. This opportunity would suit a self-motivated person that enjoys working in a faced paced and entrepreneurial environment.
Whilst this is a U.S. based role, the expectation is that you will also be able to support the Head of Legal with matters in our other territories (UK and Hong Kong) as and when required.
If you are an ambitious, motivated person looking to develop your career within a challenging but fun working environment, as part of a great team, we would like to hear from you.
Role and responsibilities- What will you be doing?
- Draft and negotiate contracts with both U.S. clients and suppliers;
- Provide expert and pragmatic advice and support on all legal issues across the U.S. business;
- Support the U.S. business in the areas of Commercial, Corporate, Employment, Property, and Regulatory law (predominantly commercial contracts);
- Be a good communicator that understands how to manage the client's / team’s expectations;
- Proactively identify relevant new areas of legislation and arising risk areas;
- Develop the knowledge of less experienced team members;
- Deliver outstanding service to the business;
- Be confident working with a large degree of autonomy; and
- Be a U.S. qualified lawyer.
Required knowledge, experience and skills- Who are we looking for?
- Experience working in private practice;
- At least 2 years previous in-house experience;
- Have worked within a technology environment; and
- Have experience working as part of an international organisation.
Signal does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, age, national origin, marital status, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other reason prohibited by law in provision of employment opportunities and benefits.
Lawyer Finance Group Manager
Primary Location: United States,New York,New York
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Job Function: Private Client Product Mgmt
Shift: Day Job
Employee Status: Regular
Travel Time: Yes, 10 % of the Time
Job ID: 19008199
Citi, the leading global bank, has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management. Our core activities are safeguarding assets, lending money, making payments and accessing the capital markets on behalf of our clients.
Citi's Mission and Value Propositionexplains what we do and Citi Leadership Standardsexplain how we do it. Our mission is to serve as a trusted partner to our clients by responsibly providing financial services that enable growth and economic progress. We strive to earn and maintain our clients' and the public's trust by constantly adhering to the highest ethical standards and making a positive impact on the communities we serve. Our Leadership Standards is a common set of skills and expected behaviors that illustrate how our employees should work every day to be successful and strengthens our ability to execute against our strategic priorities.
Diversity is a key business imperative and a source of strength at Citi. We serve clients from every walk of life, every background and every origin. Our goal is to have our workforce reflect this same diversity at all levels. Citi has made it a priority to foster a culture where the best people want to work, where individuals are promoted based on merit, where we value and demand respect for others and where opportunities to develop to are widely available to all.
Brief Description of the Organization
CBNA is the primary legal entity for Citi, providing products and services to consumers, financial institutions and corporate clients around the world.In the past, Citi has provided most of its internal reporting on a business by business basis.With the changes in the regulatory environment, strong legal entity reporting and governance has become essential.This team is responsible for ensuring that CBNA has the appropriate governance and control infrastructure to meet the demand for legal entity planning, execution, information management and the ever-evolving regulatory environment.
Description of the Position
The Lawyer Finance Group Manager is accountable for management of complex/critical/large professional disciplinary areas.Leads and directs a team of professionals.Requires a comprehensive understanding of multiple areas within a function and how they interact in order to achieve the objectives of the function.Applies in-depth understanding of the business impact of technical contributions.Strong commercial awareness is a necessity.Generally accountable for delivery of a full range of services to one or more businesses/ geographic regions.Excellent communication skills required in order to negotiate internally, often at a senior level.Some external communication may be necessary.Accountable for the end results of an area.Exercises control over resources, policy formulation and planning.Primarily affects a sub-function.Involved in short- to medium-term planning of actions and resources for own area.
Full management responsibility of a team or multiple teams, including management of people, budget and planning, to include performance evaluation, compensation, hiring, disciplinary actions / terminations and budget approval
The position supports the Law Firm Group business within the Private Bank by specializing in the delivery of tailored loan products.The Investment Finance business within the Law Firm Group markets and underwrites a broad range of credit products targeted toward law firms and their partners.The loan product is the basis for establishing an on-going relationship with lawyers and law firms, and complements the other origination efforts undertaken by the Banker teams.
Review credit request for new standard/program loans for compliance with product program and core credit policies.
Underwrite and structure loans within established risk acceptance criteria, demonstrating appropriate risk-return characteristics.
Negotiate documentation, including obtaining external counsel opinion.Ensure execution of transaction documentation is in accordance with credit approvals.
Maintain high level of unit productivity by ensuring timely turnaround.
Provide on-going reporting and assessment of the credit quality and economic performance of the portfolio. Be completely familiar with the bank's Core Credit Policies and regulatory requirements so that the business remains in full compliance.
Possess top tier leadership skills which will be recognized by both seniors and juniors as the standard to be replicated.Must have strong mentoring skills.
10+ years of experience
Senior Credit Officer authority essential
Full understanding of lending products (lines, loans, and letters of credit), interest rate protection products, foreign exchange, leasing, and cash management
Supervisory Criminal Investigator (Deputy Division Chief, Criminal Intelligence Division)
Help Duties Summary
This position is located under the Office of Strategic Intelligence & Information, Criminal Intelligence Division located in Washington, DC.
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Shares with the Division the overall direction and management of the Divisions five subordinate branches, which are responsible for the strategic and tactical intelligence operations and its computerized information systems. Assists the Division Chief in coordinating the activities of those branches, both within the Bureau and with other Federal, state, local and international agencies.
Determine the need for projects relating to intelligence operations and law enforcement computerized information systems and assigns branch supervisors and/or program managers or district SAC's responsibility for design, implementation and successful completion. Monitors progress of Division special projects, coordinating with the Division Chief, as necessary, to ensure projects are completed on schedule and in accordance with overall objectives.
Advises and consults with the Division Chief, the Assistant Director and Deputy Assistant Director (OSII) , and other management officials both at the Bureau and Department levels on intelligence operations and systems related matters (i.e., the need, status, and effectiveness of the Division's programs, recommendations for improvements, alternative courses of action, and changes in laws, regulations, policy and internal directives). Functions in a primary capacity in the development, interpretation and implementation of policies concerning intelligence operations and systems related services throughout the Office of Law Enforcement.
Directs the development of programs, procedures, regulations, and operational standards for the field organizations with respect to the collection, analysis and dissemination of enforcement related intelligence and the management and/or utilization of computerized information systems within the operational law enforcement environment. Directs significant intelligence operations and ensures that the Division Chief, Assistant Director OSII and the Director are apprised of the status of particularly sensitive or significant developments when warranted. May assume a leadership role in operational investigative activities in extremely complex or sensitive situations.
Assists in determining staffing and funding requirements for input into the budget formulation process on matters relating to the Division's program responsibilities. Evaluates performance of Division staff employees and branch supervisors and reviews evaluations prepared by branch supervisors on subordinate employees. Provides direct input to performance evaluations for the district SAC's as it relates to implementing Division policies and directing programs at the field level.
Occasional travel - Occassional Travel required.
Job family (Series)
1811 Criminal Investigation
Help Requirements Conditions of Employment
Top Secret/SCI clearance is required for this position
Subject to random drug testing
Time in Grade requirement must be met by the closing date of the vacancy.
Requires proficiency with a firearm per ATF's Standard.
May be required to seve a 1-year probationary period.
The time-in-grade requirement must be met by the closing date of this announcement. The qualification requirements listed below must be met by the closing date of the announcement.
Applicants must have had one year of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade level in the Federal service. Specialized experience for the position is defined as comprehensive knowledge of all ATF law enforcement investigative techniques, technical and scientific advancement in the field, in order to direct a major field component of the Bureau, to ensure the effective execution and coordination of criminal enforcement programs, and to make operations decisions regarding investigations of a criminal nature.
Visitation Monitor, Part Time - Mayor's Office Of Criminal Justice
THIS IS A NON-CIVIL SERVICE POSITION
Contractual - Part-Time
Salary: $20/per hour
The City of Baltimore's Department of Human Resources (DHR) is seeking a bilingual monitor for the City's Visitation and Exchange Center. Baltimore City's Visitation Center is a safe place where families with histories of domestic violence (intimate partner violence) can engage in visitation between children and their visiting parents in a monitored setting or can participate in monitored exchanges of children for weekend visits with their non-custodial parents. The selected candidate will report to the Center's Program Director and work closely with Center Supervisors, Security and other staff Monitors. This individual must be collaborative, possess emotional intelligence and have the ability to exercise sound decision making and judgment that demonstrates a high regard for the safety, respect and confidentiality of all Center staff, visitors and partners. The ideal individual must enjoy working in a mission-driven, community focused effort to achieve results.
The Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice is located at 100 N. Holliday Street, 6th FL, Baltimore, MD 21202. However; the position will be physically located at the Family Tree 2108 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218
The Visitation Monitor will help to devise, coordinate and implement the execution of a safe supervised visitation and/or exchange session between the non-custodial parent and child(ren) while seeking to promote behaviors that increase the safety of all parties before, during and after services are rendered. This position requires the ability to recognize tactics leveraged by person's who use violence to gain control of others and the leadership to counteract such behavior. We are looking for a candidate that can provide in language services to our LatinX families and help further our coordinated community response to reduce the impact and increase services to these families experience domestic violence (intimate partner violence).
The following examples illustrate the work performed in the positions in the class. Positions may require some or all of these examples depending on the organization of work within the agency. This list is not inclusive. A position may require related duties not listed, if necessary, to accomplish the work of the agency.
The Contractual Employee's duties shall include, but are not limited to the following:
Observe visitation sessions between visiting parents and children, at times observing visitation for several families simultaneously.
Intervene as necessary during visits or exchanges to address any concerns that arise with parents and/or children.
Keep accurate and complete records of any safety concerns or potential problems that come up during a visitation session.
Meet parents and/or children before and after visits to check in with them and refer them to any needed services or programs.
Maintain clear and consistent communication with the on-site supervisor, on-site police, other monitors, and volunteers whether by phone, email or in person.
Coordinate the safety of visits by being available to accompany individuals wherever needed in and around the building.
Maintain client files.
Maintain personal timesheets and invoices.
Discuss case progress and concerns with supervisors as well as attend occasional meetings about case status and other center operational issues.
Attend preliminary training sessions once hired, as well as some continued trainings as they arise.
Comply with all Visitation Center policies and procedures, including client confidentiality, safety, and mandated reporting procedures.
Administrative and operational duties as needed.
Education: An Associate degree in social services field; bachelor's degree preferred, from an accredited college or university..
Experience: Must be 21 years of age or older. Must be familiar with at risk families and/or domestic violence survivors and have good oral and writing skills. Spanish language skills are required at a proficient level. Proficiency includes the ability to speak, read and write Spanish fluently.
Criminal Background Check
Candidates under final consideration for appointment to positions identified as "Positions of Trust" will be required to authorize the release of and successfully complete a criminal conviction check.
Selection and Examination Process
Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications will be evaluated. The evaluation may be a rating of your application based on your education, training, and/or experience as they relate to the requirements of the position. Therefore, it is essential that you provide complete and accurate information on your application. Please report all related education, experience, dates and hours of work. For education obtained outside the U.S., a copy of the equivalent American education as determined by a foreign credential evaluation service must accompany the application. All information concerning your qualifications must be submitted by the closing date. We will not consider information submitted after this date.
Should additional information regarding this recruitment be required, please contact the Recruitment and Talent Acquisition Division at 410-396-3860 or via email at email@example.com
Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities are available upon request by calling: (410) 396-3860.
Department Chair Criminal Justice
The Department of Criminal Justice at Radford University invites applications for the position of Chair of the Department of Criminal Justice. This is a tenured appointment at the rank of associate or full professor, commensurate with qualifications.
The department is seeking a strong leader who brings relevant academic and administrative experience to the position. Candidates should be prepared to teach courses in the department's curriculum, but the area of specialty is open. The Department Chair is expected to provide administrative leadership to 15 faculty members and staff; teach one course a semester; model excellence in teaching; maintain an active program of scholarship; oversee departmental operations that includes budgeting, scheduling, personnel matters, and engaging in appropriate department and college level service; and serving as a member of the College Leadership Team.
The Department Chair also provides leadership to departmental initiatives in the areas of recruiting students, engagement with alumni and the professional community, faculty mentoring, assessment and program review, development of curricular and co-curricular programming, and other tasks consistent with the university and department strategic plans. The position begins on August 10, 2019. This is a 9 month faculty position with administrative duties as chair which requires work throughout the calendar year.
Applicants should possess the following: (1) a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice or Criminology is preferred, but candidates with a Ph.D. in a closely related field may be considered; (2) obtained the rank of Full or Associate Professor in a criminal justice or criminology department; (3) an established record of research and teaching excellence; and (4) previous administrative and leadership experience or university service that would demonstrate the applicant's capacity to carry out the duties of department chair.
Criminal Justice Technician I (Pcn 12-N13002)
The Department of Public Safety is recruiting for a Long-Term-Non-Permanent Criminal Justice Technician I to join our team committed to public safety through public service.
This position is part of the Division of Statewide Services and is responsible for researching and reviewing records for possible consolidation in the Alaska Public Safety Information Network (APSIN), which is the State's criminal record repository used by local, state, and federal criminal justice agencies statewide. This position conducts initial record reviews and conducts preliminary analysis on records identified for consolidation.
Key Responsibilities of this position include:
Manage and maintain record consolidation request submissions, maintain the file using an internal database, and provide monthly statistical information regarding incoming requests, processed requests, and pending requests.
Research multiple files and records to extract and summarize relevant factual information using a variety of law enforcement related computer programs including APSIN, the Alaska Records Management System (ARMS), the Alaska Corrections Offender Management System (ACOMS), the Department of Public Safety
Document and Image Archives, and Alaska Court System programs.
Conduct routine data analysis on the researched information and make recommendations on record consolidation determinations based on the research findings
Coordinate with partner agencies as needed to ensure continuity and synchronization among shared systems/records.
We are looking to hire someone with the following knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience:
Experience multi-tasking with frequent interruptions while delivering a timely and accurate work product; experience must demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to changing priorities while maintaining an extremely high degree of accuracy and a positive attitude.
Ability to utilize critical thinking when researching and comparing data from multiple sources.
Experience working independently with minimal supervision while showing initiative and exercising sound judgment.
Experience working with confidential and sensitive information, preferably criminal justice information.
Experience that demonstrates a strong attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy with a concentration on both quality and quantity of work.
The Department of Public Safety strives to preserve the peace, enforce the law, prevent and detect crime, and protect life and property. All positions support or carry out the Department's mission. If our mission interests you and this position embodies your strengths, please consider joining our team.
More information about the Department of Public Safety can be found on our website: http://dps.alaska.gov/
Graduation from high school or the equivalent.
One year of advanced clerical experience.
One year of law enforcement or criminal justice experience equivalent to Correctional Officer I, Adult Probation Officer I, Court Services Officer, Juvenile Probation Officer I, Juvenile Justice Officer I, or State Trooper Recruit with the State of Alaska.
Post-secondary education will substitute for the experience on a month-for-month basis (3 semester hours or 4 quarter hours equal one month of experience).
High school graduation "equivalent" includes a G.E.D., or completion of any basic adult education course of 480 class hours (16 weeks at 30 hours per week), or six months of work experience performing duties related to the job class, or twelve months of work experience involving some routine tasks related to the job in question, or highest grade of school completed plus amount of work experience which totals 12 years.
Additional Required Information
This position is exempt from the current hiring restrictions and is open to Alaska Residents Only.
A cover letter is required for this position and will be used as a writing sample to determine which applicants advance to the interview phase of the recruitment and selection process. The cover letter should be professionally formatted and must describe your knowledge, skills, abilities, and work experience as they pertain to the listed bullets above. If you experience difficulty attaching the cover letter to the application, please email it to the contact information provided below.
Please note that while most cover letters are brief in nature, cover letters submitted for this position need to be of sufficient length to fully describe how your skill set specifically meets the desired skill set listed above.
Applicants invited for an interview will be required to provide the following at the time of interview:
Copies of the two (2) most recent performance evaluations or two (2) letters of professional recommendation;
A copy of academic transcripts if using education to meet the minimum qualifications;
Three (3) professional references with current contact information. Two of the professional references must be current or former supervisors.
Results of an alpha-numeric test administered by a certified proctor within the previous twelve months. The test can be taken at any Alaska Job Center; locations are posted on the Alaska Job Center Network at: http://www.jobs.alaska.gov/offices/index.html
Please be aware – this position requires the use of the Alaska Public Safety Information Network (APSIN). A security clearance issued by the Department of Public Safety (DPS) is necessary to use APSIN. DPS will deny security clearance for any applicant who has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor in this state or another jurisdiction, or who may be a fugitive from justice. Additionally, security clearance will be withdrawn if DPS discovers that material information was falsified or omitted at the time of the initial application for security clearance.
The successful candidates must pass a comprehensive background investigation, which includes a criminal history check.
Applications will be reviewed to determine if minimum qualifications are met. Therefore, all work experience the applicant is using to meet minimum qualifications for this position must be documented in the application package. Please include the employer name, your job title, dates of employment, and whether the employment was full or part-time. Applicants who submit application packages that do not provide sufficient information to demonstrate minimum qualifications are met may not advance in the selection process.
If post-secondary education is required to meet the minimum qualifications, you must fill in the Education section of the application. If you have not obtained a degree, please indicate the number of units completed. Copies of transcripts are required to verify educational credentials if used to meet the minimum qualifications for a position. Transcripts can be attached at the time of application or provided at the time of interview.
This recruitment may be used for more than one (1) vacancy. The applicant pool acquired during this recruitment may be used for future vacancies for up to ninety (90) days after this recruitment closes. Interested applicants are encouraged to apply to each recruitment notice to ensure consideration for all vacancies.
The State of Alaska complies with Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Individuals with disabilities, who require accommodation, auxiliary aides or services, or alternative communication formats, please call 1-800-587-0430 or 465-4095 in Juneau or (907) 465-3412 (TTY) or correspond with the Division of Personnel & Labor Relations at the address above. The State of Alaska is an equal opportunity employer.
WORKPLACE ALASKA APPLICATION QUESTIONS & ASSISTANCE
Questions regarding application submission or system operation errors should be directed to the Workplace Alaska hotline at 1-800-587-0430 (toll free) or (907) 465-4095 if you are located in the Juneau area. Requests for information may also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For applicant password assistance please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/js_lostpswd.cfm?&topheader=alaska
For specific information in reference to the position please contact the hiring manager at:
Criminal Justice Planner
Sr. Paralegal - Criminal And Civil Litigation - Washington, D.C.
Criminal and Civil Litigation
Req #: 218788
Location: Washington, DC US
Job Category: Service Contract Act
Security Clearance: Public Trust
Clearance Status: Must be Obtainable
Immediate need for a full-time Senior Paralegal with CACI, a government contractor, to work in support of wide-ranging criminal and civil litigations with the Department of Justice.
Assist trial attorneys with case organization, document management, witness interviews, discovery matters, administrative tasks, and trials.
Perform document review using review platforms such as Relativity.
Communicate (orally and in writing) detailed summaries and analysis of review findings.
Trial preparation to include in-courtroom assistance with exhibit presentation, witness preparation, exhibit review and gathering, document review, document organization, bates stamping, legal research and searching documents in Relativity and other databases.
Assists trial attorneys with vetting expert consultants, scheduling court reporters, cite checking, preparing briefing and witness materials.
Communicate with other DOJ components, Federal agencies and others as required in the course of investigation and litigation.
Report to a Paralegal Supervisor or Project Manager.
Bachelor's degree with minimum 3.0 GPA.
Requires paralegal certificate.
An equivalent level of legal training may be substituted with the approval of the COTR.
At least one year of litigation paralegal experience required; trial experience very helpful.
Automated litigation support experience very helpful.
Must have basic legal knowledge, including knowledge of standard legal citation system sufficient to perform basic legal research.
Requires excellent written and oral communication skills, thorough knowledge of legal research tools such as LEXIS and WestLaw.
Should have hands-on familiarity with a variety of computer applications, including word processing, database, spreadsheet, imaging and telecommunications.
Ability to consistently deliver highest quality work under extreme pressure will be very important.
What We Can Offer You:
We've been named a Best Place to Work by the Washington Post.
Our employees value the flexibility at CACI that allows them to balance quality work and their personal lives.
We offer competitive benefits and learning and development opportunities.
We are mission-oriented and ever vigilant in aligning our solutions with the nation's highest priorities.
For over 55 years, the principles of CACI's unique, character-based culture have been the driving force behind our success.
CACI employs a diverse range of talent to create an environment that fuels innovation and fosters continuous improvement and success. At CACI, you will have the opportunity to make an immediate impact by providing information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for Intelligence, Defense, and Federal Civilian customers. CACI is proud to provide dynamic careers for employees worldwide. CACI is an Equal Opportunity Employer
- Females/Minorities/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
Assistant City Attorney I - Criminal
Summary of Job Duties
City of Aurora, Colorado
It is an exciting time to work for the City of Aurora, we're growing and looking for dedicated and collaborative individuals to join our team of talented and valued employees. Excellent organizations have a set of principles, or core values, that are used to implement their mission and vision. Those values represent the touchstone for the organization, guiding the decisions of the individuals and the organization. At the City of Aurora, we demonstrate our excellence by modeling the CORE 4 Values of: Integrity, Respect, Professionalism, and Customer Service, and we welcome all who share these values to apply.
Why Work for Aurora?
Make a difference in the lives of real people every day
Competitive total compensation package
Well-Funded General Employees Retirement Plan
Light rail station minutes away
On-site fitness center and wellness programs
Internal educational programs to assist with career advancement
Access to innovation work spaces
City Attorney's Office, Criminal Division
The Criminal Division handles prosecution of petty offenses and misdemeanors occurring in the City. The mission of our Criminal Division is to enhance public safety and to achieve justice through the effective prosecution of municipal offenses.
This position is a Full Time, entry-level position. The position involves the prosecution of City ordinance violations, including negotiations, motions, trial practice, and appeals. Applicants must be members, in good standing, of the Colorado Bar.
This posting will remain open until a sufficient pool of qualified applicants are obtained; however, it is subject to close at any time without prior notice.
Those applications received without a Writing Sample, Resume, and Cover Letter will not be reviewed.
PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
As an Assistant City Attorney, you will utilize your knowledge and abilities obtained through law school education and municipal, governmental or private experience to conduct research, draft legal documents and prosecute cases in the Aurora Municipal Court, through the Criminal Division of the City Attorney's Office.
Serves as a criminal trial and appellate attorney in the Criminal Division
Conducts research for trials and appellate briefs
Enters into plea negotiations with defendants or their attorneys during pretrial conferences
Interviews victims and witnesses of crimes
Performs a wide variety of legal projects for the City Attorney's Office and Municipal Court
Prepares and tries cases of city code violations
Prepares pleadings, undertakes discovery and drafts appeals
Provides direct legal service on a variety of matters concerning and/or related to the Charter, Ordinances, or rules and regulations of the City
Researches legal casework pertinent to ongoing legal matters
Searches for, reads, and analyzes legal newsletters, journals, ordinances, books, and case notes pertinent to on-going legal matters
Performs other related duties as required
- Graduation from an accredited law school. Must be a member, in good standing, of the Colorado Bar.
- Experience with negotiations, trials, and appeals of municipal ordinance violations, helpful but not required.
Knowledge of the basic principles of law, the ability to conduct legal research, and write briefs
Thorough knowledge of the Colorado Revised Statutes, as pertinent to city government, Rules of Evidence, the Aurora Municipal Code, local court rules and Colorado Municipal Court Rules of Procedure
Utilizes knowledge and abilities obtained through law school education and municipal, governmental or private experience to conduct research, draft legal documents and prosecute cases
Utilizes knowledge of municipal procedures, organizational frameworks, administrative policies, trial procedure, etc., to carry out assigned duties.
Ability to effectively prosecute violators of municipal ordinances
Demonstrated knowledge of human behavior, and ability to effectively counsel, train, interview, and imbue others with an opinion or understanding of a concept
Ability to establish and maintain effective professional relationships with City employees, officials and the general public
Substantial skill in pleadings practice
Skilled in legal research
Strong interpersonal skills
Motivation, ability and perseverance for daily courtroom/litigation duties
High energy, positive "can do" attitude with a high level of accountability for driving results
Strong focus on customer needs and approachability
Undisputed integrity and trust
Excellent problem solving, negotiating and communication skills
Ability to effectively deal with change and ambiguity
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to effectively build relationships and manage conflict
High learning agility, driven to continuously develop existing and new skills
Ability to work effectively within and to contribute to a team approach to providing legal services
Licenses or Certificates Required:
- Must be a member, in good standing, of the Colorado Bar Association.
Primarily sedentary physical work requiring the ability to lift a maximum of 10 pounds
Occasional lifting, carrying, walking and standing
Frequent hand/eye coordination to operate office equipment
Vision for reading, recording and interpreting information
Frequent speech communication and hearing to maintain communication with employees and citizens
- Works primarily in clean, comfortable environment; in an office or courtroom.
Frequently answers telephone; frequently uses standard office equipment including typewriters, computers, calculators and copy/fax machines.
This position may require the incumbent to occasionally use personal equipment (e.g. vehicle, cell phone, tools, etc.) in the course of their employment.
For Veterans points: Please show all of your employment history, including military service and related documentation (DD214) on the application.
The City of Aurora is an equal opportunity employer. We are required by state and federal agencies to keep certain statistical records on applicants. It will not be used in any way to discriminate against you because of your sex, race, age, sexual orientation, creed, national origin, disability or military status, gender identity, unless related to a bona fide occupational qualification as defined by the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and the Equal Opportunity Commission.
If you need assistance in completing this application, please feel free to contact our office at: 303-739-7225 or visit us at 15151 E Alameda Pkwy., Suite 3500, Aurora, CO 80012.
Despite the changes in Colorado law, the City of Aurora maintains a drug free workplace. A positive test of marijuana is grounds for disqualification and ineligibility for employment with the city for one year or termination once hired.
Drug Testing, Thorough Criminal Background Check, and Employment References:
As a condition of employment, all applicants selected for employment with the City of Aurora must undergo a thorough criminal background check and drug screening. Employment references will be conducted on finalists for City of Aurora vacancies.
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