Support Staff Employment Opportunities
The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for an Investigative Auditor in its Criminal Division - Economic Crimes and Public Corruption Unit. Position will work with Assistant Attorneys General, Maryland State Police officers and staff conducting confidential investigations of fraud and other white collar and multi-jurisdictional criminal cases. Responsibilities include evaluating allegations of fraud and determining fraud potential; analyzing information for patterns of fraud; analyzing financial records; conducting forensic accountings of bank records; interviewing witnesses; preparing memorandums to document findings; and testifying in grand jury and court proceedings.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university (degree in business, finance or accounting preferred) and seven years of criminal or fraud investigative auditing experience. Applicants may substitute graduate education for the required general experience at the rate of one year of education to one year of experience, for up to two years of the required general experience. Applicants may substitute additional experience as defined above for the required education at the rate of one year of experience to one year of education, for up to four years of the required education. The candidate must possess a valid Maryland Driver's License and be willing to work throughout the state and at times work outside the typical workday. Must have a working knowledge of MS office and a fundamental understanding of data base concepts. Excellent communication and writing skills and an aptitude for detailed work are also required. Certified Public Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner or Certified Internal Auditor designations are preferred.
Interested persons should submit resumes with cover letters to: Yolanda Colkley, Fair Practices Coordinator, Office of the Attorney General, 200 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD 21202 by close of business on Tuesday, March 25, 2014. EOE
EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS DIVISION
The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for a Legal Secretary in its Educational Affairs Division. Responsibilities for this position include creating and maintaining litigation and subject matter files; preparing and typing correspondence, legal memoranda and briefs at a consistently high volume; receiving and screening telephone calls; and generally assisting with the secretarial administration of the Unit.
The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of either a high school diploma or equivalent and three years secretarial experience. Applicants shall have knowledge of Microsoft Word, strong word processing and organizational skills. Legal secretarial experience preferred.
Interested persons should submit their resumes and cover letters to: Yolanda Colkley, Fiscal & Personnel Division, Office of the Attorney General, 17th Floor, 200 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD 21202 by close of business on Wednesday, March 19, 2014. EOE.
EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS DIVISION
The Office of the Attorney General is seeking applicants for a position which functions as Office Manager in its Educational Affairs Division. Position responsibilities include providing managerial, administrative and secretarial support for several Assistant Attorneys General, who include the Chief Counsel of the Educational Affairs Division, Deputy Counsel for Advice, and Assistant Attorneys General as assigned. This position will also function as the Payroll Representative for the University of Maryland, Baltimore employees. Responsibilities include supervising, assigning, and reviewing work of the support staff of the unit; arranging for and providing overflow assistance to support staff as needed; training or making arrangements for training; maintaining all attendance, leave records, time sheets, expense reports and travel arrangements; receiving and screening telephone calls; preparing and typing of general correspondence, legal documents/pleadings, memoranda and briefs under time constraints; preparing and typing litigation reports; interacting with various State agencies, and providing other administrative and secretarial support as required.
The ideal candidate will have graduated from an accredited high school, or a high school equivalency certificate, and a minimum of five years' secretarial experience. Applicants must have strong word processing, detail-oriented, highly organized and able to work at a consistently high volume. Applicants should be proficient in Microsoft Office and databases.
Interested persons should submit resumes with cover letters to: Yolanda Colkley, Fair Practices Coordinator, Office of the Attorney General, 200 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD 21202 by close of business on Friday, March 14, 2014. EOE.