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The candidate will be responsible for the preparation and review of City ordinances and resolutions and provides legal advice and support for all departments of City government as well as to elected officials and advisory bodies of the City. Will also be responsible for conducting and supporting all litigation involving the City including supervision of criminal prosecution by the City Prosecutor. Provide guidance to the Mayor, City Administrator, City Council
General Attorney (Tax) - Senior Counsel, GS 15
Duties: The candidate serves as a legal expert on matters under the jurisdiction of the Office of the Division Counsel/Associate Chief Counsel (Criminal Tax) (CT), acting as a consultant to the Division Chief, the Deputy Division Counsel, Area Counsel, or other designated Division Counsel manager. Performs a variety of duties that may involve case or project work in which the incumbent is responsible for personally carrying out.
The candidate manages an active felony criminal caseload in Superior Court but may also include other types of criminal prosecutions as well as occasional civil legal services to county offices when requested. includes evaluation, filing, and preparation of cases through trial and sentencing and may require the handling of appeals. Works cooperatively and effectively with law enforcement, the public, and other employees. This position is full-time, exempt,
Assistant Counsel Coordinator
The candidate will assist the Director in managing a panel of skilled and committed attorneys to provide legal representation when the Department's four divisions cannot because of a conflict. The Department assigns attorneys to represent clients facing felonies, misdemeanors, involuntary civil commitment, juvenile offenses, and dependency petitions. Recruit attorneys to serve on the panel, oversee the panel, and work with the Training Team to e
Industrial Appeals Judge 3 (Hearings Judge)
The candidate presides over conferences and hearings where evidence is presented pursuant to Rules of Evidence and Superior Court Rules, and issues written decisions resolving appeals filed under the Industrial Insurance Act, Crime Victims Compensation Act, Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act, and other acts as determined by the Legislature. Must be an active or judicial member of the Washington State Bar Association. Shoul
Duties: Assist with case load backlog resulting from the current health pandemic. This backlog includes presiding over small claim and infraction matters scheduled on night court calendars (6-9 p.m.).
General Attorney Advisor, GS 11 - 14
Duties: Examine and prepare an appropriate response to complaints and hearing requests. Prepares the answers, motions, affidavits, briefs, or other pleadings appropriate to the defense of the cases for filing in the courts or administrative tribunals in conformity with applicable rules and regulations. Conducts depositions and all other discovery of adverse witnesses and performs cross-examination during formal proceedings. Attends pretri
Industrial Insurance Appeals Judge IV
The candidate will review written proposed decisions and orders of Industrial Appeals Judges, motions for stay of benefits, motions for stay of abatement, and applications for approval of claim resolution settlement agreements. Recommend action to the Board in written memoranda. Draft final orders for signature of the Board. Conduct mediation and settlement conferences and prepare orders on agreement of parties. Review communications, do
General Attorney (Tax), GS 12-14
Duties: The candidate will provide a full range of legal services on all domestic and international tax issues. Prepare answers to petitions, replies, motions, and other documents relevant to the case. Research, analyze facts, and write legal opinions in response to questions. Provide legal advice and recommendations to agents. Represent the Agency in US Tax Court.
General Attorney (Tax), GS 12-14
Duties: The candidate will receive assignments of the most difficult and complex types of work in one or more of the following functions within the office depending upon the specialty of tax to which assigned - Tax Litigation or General Litigation. Will be assigned cases docketed in the US Tax Court. Duties may include preparation of answers to petitions, replies, motions and any other documents germane to proper handling of the case. Assignm
Temporary Administrative Law Judge
The candidate will conduct hearings that are fair--in both substance and appearance--and issue well-reasoned, timely decisions. Provide high quality and timely administrative hearings and decisions under Chapter 34.05 RCW and other applicable laws consistent with the requirements of due process. Conduct fair, impartial hearings accessible for all parties. ES hearings are almost exclusively conducted over the phone. Become proficient in usin
Deputy Division Counsel (Operations)
Duties: The candidate assists the Division Counsel (SB/SE) in the overall executive direction of the Division's legal work and programs, with a focus on the Division's Field activities. Participates with the Division Counsel (SB/SE) in the development of the Division's strategies, plans, and designs for a comprehensive and customer-oriented tax administration program which meets the needs of small business taxpayers and practitioners and
General Attorney (Tax) - (Senior Counsel), GS 15
Duties: The candidate provides legal services on program matters, including tax issues relating to employee benefit programs (including qualified retirement plans, deferred compensation arrangements, and health and welfare programs), IRAs, executive compensation, exempt organizations, federal, state, local and Indian tribal governments, tax-exempt bonds, and employment tax. Directs the counsel-wide litigation programs with res