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Regulatory Board Chair/Vice Chair
Duties: Chair Board meetings to ensure compliance with federal and state laws and company policies and procedures; facilitate discussion from Board members; provide ethical and legal support and advice to Board members. Assist in resolution of disagreements between Board members. Analyze and present protocols and other agenda items at Board meetings to facilitate informed decision making and to set standards and role model effective prese... read more
Strategic Sourcing Manager
The candidate will be responsible for using data driven analysis to focus on the total cost of ownership and make recommendations to key stakeholders, staff and leadership that achieve the best value for the company. The analysis includes cost modeling, quotation analysis, and the identification of industry and category trends. Identify opportunities, develop and execute sourcing action plans and assists in optimizing sourcing procedures to attai... read more
Senior Transactional Attorney (Real Estate/Business)
The candidate will focus exclusively on business, real estate, land use, and environmental law, enabling us to provide clients with the depth of knowledge and experience in these practice areas normally found only in the largest regional firms. Representative practice areas include: Complex business/corporate law, including entity formation, strategic planning, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, cross indemnity agr... read more
The candidate will be handling a case from start to finish - from Complaint to Trial. E-file documents in Pierce County, King County, Thurston County and federal court (PACER/ECF) and follow up to make sure documents are properly filed. Calendar important dates without being asked, including case deadlines, statute of limitations, and deadlines for motions, service of process deadlines, etc. Draft shells for pleadings, discovery and correspondence...
Telecommunications Specialist (Military Requirement), GS-0391-09/09
Duties: Reviewing the technical completeness of assigned deployable electronic equipment. Identifying logistical support requirements; ensuring those requirements are identified in program contingency/mobility plans. Mange all deployable communications equipment issues to ensure each tasked component is technically and operationally ready to meet USAF tasked missions. Develop, prepare, coordinate, and cons...
Command Post Specialist (Military Requirement), GS-0301-09/09
Duties: Command and Control Operations (C2OP) and mission monitoring. Analyze and evaluate unit requirements and functions in support of the unit commander and staff as it relates to command and control under contingency and peacetime operations. Receive, analyze, decipher and take action on time critical HHQ alert messages as it relates to air base defense, sabotage, acts of war, posturing of forces and natural...
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The candidates must have a demonstrated record of academic excellence, strong research and writing skills, an entrepreneurial spirit and a genuine commitment to client service. Law students are required.
The candidate must have excellent academic grades. Student experiences include: administrative support, constituent services, legislative research, policy research, and correspondence. Law students are considered.
Application Deadline: July 31
The interns will have the opportunity to learn about the constituent advocacy process and the inside operations of a US Senate Office. Responsibilities include verbal and written communication with constituents and government agencies, research into federal government concerns and general administrative duties.
Application Deadline: November 15
Intern will work for constituent services and outreach. State interns work with staff members in Senator offices throughout Washington state, directly interacting with the public and learning firsthand about the constituent advocacy process. Interns will help field constituent requests, communicate with federal government agencies, research, and interact with the public and local groups. Interns may attend briefings with concerned citizens and organizatio...
Intern will work for constituent services and outreach. State interns work with staff members in Senator offices throughout Washington state, directly interacting with the public and learning firsthand about the constituent advocacy process. Interns will help field constituent requests, communicate with federal government agencies, research, and interact with the public and local groups. Interns may attend briefings with concerned citizens and organizations...