Secretary of the Commission, Office of the Chair, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Washington, DC

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Secretary of the Commission

Office of the Chair

Position Number:         14-EX-1047604-KR

Location:                          Washington, DC

Compensation:             $151,876.00 to $228,422.00

Grade:                                  SO-01


The mission of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitate capital formation.

The Office of the Chair is seeking applicants to fill the position of the Secretary of the Commission.  The Secretary of the Commission is responsible for the orderly and expeditious flow of staff recommendations to the Commission for official action.  Work assignments may include the following:

To Apply:

For important information about this position, including details on duties, qualifications, and how to apply, please visit must apply for this position by April 4, 2014 through

If you need additional information contact Jeffery Anoka, Outreach Coordinator, Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) at 202-551-6086 or


The SEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Counsel, Ethics and Compliance – Americas, Law Department, VF Corporation, Greensboro, NC (VF HQ)


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Job Title:Counsel, Ethics and Compliance – AmericasJob Category:n/a
Department/Group:Law DepartmentJob Code/ Req#:VFC00081
Location:Greensboro, NC (VF HQ)Travel Required:Occasional, including some international
Job Description
Role and ResponsibilitiesThe Law Department at VF Corporation is seeking a resourceful team player who is pursuing a career in Ethics and Compliance.  The role of Manager, Ethics and Compliance – Americas, will report to VF’s  Sr. Director, Ethics and Compliance, and will play a vital part in the accomplishment of VF’s Ethics and Compliance Program goals by:

  • Assisting VF with maintaining compliance with all business conduct laws, regulations and company policies in the Americas Region (North and South America);
  • Promoting an ethical culture consistent with the values and principles in VF’s Code of Business Conduct; and
  • Building trusting relationships with internal stakeholders, employees and others who help advance the goals of VF’s Ethics and Compliance Program.


The responsibilities of the Manager, Ethics and Compliance – Americas will include:

  1. Overseeing key components of VF’s Ethics and Compliance Program for the Americas Region including policy development, training and communication, anti-corruption initiatives, third-party compliance, monitoring and investigation, and program evaluation and improvement;
  2. Serving as a subject matter expert on investigations and compliance-relevant topics such as anti-corruption and VF’s Code of Conduct by providing guidance to colleagues across the region;
  3. Developing, administering, evaluating, tracking and ensuring the completion of Ethics and Compliance training, including managing vendor relationships and working cross-functionally with Human Resources, Global Business Technologies, Internal Audit, Finance, Supply Chain and others to develop effective training methods;
  4. Monitoring and analyzing applicable laws and regulations such as the FCPA, antitrust laws and OFAC regulations, and evaluating trends to recommend and implement appropriate strategy and program enhancements;
  5. Managing, analyzing and reporting on data related to the Ethics and Compliance Program;
  6. Effectively overseeing complex projects, such as VF’s Third-Party Due Diligence and Records and Information Management Programs across functions, regions and coalitions (business units);
  7. Developing communication tools to inform employees and other relevant stakeholders about Ethics and Compliance initiatives; and
  8. Preparing and presenting periodic reports and presentations to stakeholders and employees.


Qualifications, Educational and Other Requirements

  • BA/BS undergraduate degree with excellent academic accomplishment required; JD from an ABA-accredited law school;
  • Will ideally have 3 years of previous successful legal experience in a relevant field that demonstrates a work history of maintaining high ethical standards and personal integrity;
  • Strong organization and project management skills; ability to simultaneously handle multiple assignments and prioritize work assignments as needed to meet the demands of VF’s high-energy environment;
  • Practical and creative problem analysis and resolution skills;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, with an ability to communicate and influence effectively at the management level;
  • Ability to relate well across cultures with a wide variety of people in a professional and diplomatic manner; and
  • Comfortable engaging in all levels of work from the highly stimulating to the routine.

Preferred Skills

Fluency in Spanish and/or Portuguese is highly preferred, but not required (bilingual – English/Spanish).


Qualified candidates please apply to job # VFC00081


Dean, Florida Coastal School of Law, Jacksonville, FL


CompanyFlorida Coastal School of Law
LocationJacksonville, FL
Reporting RelationshipThe Dean reports to the President of Florida Coastal School of Law


Florida Coastal School of Law (Coastal Law) has a student-centered orientation designed to advance students’ success in law school, on the bar exam and in their careers.  The school’s curriculum focuses on experiential education: the hands-on learning needed to equip graduates with the leadership, management and interpersonal skills that are necessary for career success. About evenly divided by gender, Coastal Law students come from approximately 46 states and numerous countries, representing approximately 254 colleges and universities.  Our full-time faculty members represent more than 50 ABA-accredited law schools from across the country, including Harvard University, George Washington University, Duke University, Georgetown University, Columbia University, and New York University. Florida Coastal School of Law received full approval from the American Bar Association in 1999 and is part of the InfiLaw System, a consortium of independent, community-based law schools that is establishing itself as a leader in making legal education more responsive to the realities of new careers dynamics.  The InfiLaw System also includes Charlotte School of Law in Charlotte, NC, and Arizona Summit Law School in Phoenix, Arizona.  Its mission is to establish student-centered, ABA accredited law schools in underserved markets that graduate students with the skills of a second-year associate and achieve true diversity programs aimed at student academic and careers success.  In addition, InfiLaw provides an on-going commitment to encouraging innovation, facilitating law school quality, fostering a humility-based culture, continuously improving the academic profile and outcomes of each school and securing funding for new campuses.


Florida Coastal School of Law seeks candidates for the position of Dean and Chief Academic Officer.  We are accepting applications through April 11, 2014.  Candidates should be able to provide direction and lead change that will enable the institution to establish itself as a benchmark for legal education in the 21st century.  Toward this end, he or she should understand the regulatory and market challenges confronting legal education, and be able to lead the process of redesigning the predominant law school model.  Candidates should have a strong outcome orientation and commitment to continuous improvement, the capacity to build high-performing teams of faculty and staff, establish and maintain a culture grounded in high levels of personal openness and trust, and evidence a strong commitment to serving those who historically have been underserved.  The search and selection process will be guided by the following criteria.


Vision and Mission

  • Evidences affinity with vision and mission
  • Demonstrates desire to work in a vulnerability-based culture
  • Possesses ability to recognize and improve self-limiting behaviors
  • Articulates compelling strategy to achieve mission and sustainability

Customer Objectives and Strategic Initiatives

  • Understands challenges confronting legal education
  • Grasps importance of the student value proposition
  • Uses data and effective processes to drive outcomes
  • Possesses multicultural competence
  • Evidences history of strong bar examination and career placement results (or has a compelling strategy for achieving the same)
  • Places faculty scholarship in proper perspective
  • Knowledgeable about student recruiting
  • Focuses on internal operations and outcomes (as opposed to external relations)
  • Effectively communicates the need for and guides change in program and faculty models
  • Maintains effective and interdependent working relationship with university administration or equivalent, CEO, and/or board


  • Vulnerability-based Trust
    • Allows others to see his/her vulnerabilities and shares his/her thoughts about personal weaknesses and shortcomings
    • Openly acknowledges mistakes and shortcomings without recognizing failure
  • Healthy Conflict
    • Deals with difficult situations directly and constructively
    • Ensures all voices are heard and does not shy away from conflict
    • Seeks and listens to feedback without becoming defensive
  • Clear Commitments
    • Makes clear commitments and follows through on achieving them within a specified time frame
  • Accountability
    • Provides direct, honest, and specific feedback in a timely manner with respect to behavior that may impair achievement
    • Does not allow dominance or conflict avoidance to impair accountability
  • Commitment to Results
    • Focuses upon specific objectives and clearly defined outcomes
    • Effectively manages talent to achieve optimal team results
  • Continuous improvement
    • Uses process and objective data to assess performance and identify opportunities to improve
    • Demonstrates commitment to excellence through continuously improved outcomes
  • Interdependence
    • Builds effective teams
    • Defines success on the basis of team rather than self
    • Gains and maintains trust of peers
  • Passion for Excellence
    • Is a proactive learner who continuously works to improve knowledge and skills
    • Possesses passion and high energy level that motivates others
    • Has humility-based ability to find ways over, under, around, and through barriers
  • Personal Humility
    • Evidence humility-based leadership orientation
    • Credits others for successes (and blames self for shortcomings)
  • Dedication to Greater Good
    • Concerned with organizational outcomes rather than personal turf or power
    • Evidences ability to facilitate faculty alignment with greater good
    • Discloses self-interest or bias in decision-making process


A strong academic background is required for consideration, including a Juris Doctorate degree.


A comprehensive compensation package will be provided to the successful candidate.


Heather Carter, Talent Acquisition
InfiLaw Corp

Staff Attorneys, GS-905-11/12 (3 positions), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of General Counsel (OGC)

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Staff Attorneys, GS-905-11/12 (3 positions), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of General Counsel (OGC)

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of General Counsel (OGC), is recruiting Staff Attorneys, GS-905-11/12 (3 positions) for its law offices located in Washington, DC.   The primary responsibilities of these positions are to provide advice and counseling in support of all EPA Headquarters program offices on a broad array of legal matters arising under environmental and general law issues.  The selectee(s) will act as legal counsel to EPA on such issues, and will be responsible for representing EPA in proceedings filed before the courts.  In addition, the selectee(s) will assist the U.S. Department of Justice in defending EPA in litigation filed against the Agency in federal courts.

Applicants must have current, relevant experience at these grade levels or equivalent relevant experience at the next lower grade level, or relevant experience outside the federal government.  Applicants must also have an LL.B. or J.D. degree from an accredited law school; must be admitted to practice before the highest court of a State, U.S. territory, the District of Columbia, or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico; and must maintain active status as a member of the bar of one of these jurisdictions.  Incumbent must have experience in providing legal advice and counsel at EPA, other federal or state agencies, or in private practice.

You must be a graduate from an accredited law school and be an active member in good standing of a State, territory of the United States, District of Columbia, or Commonwealth of Puerto Rico bar.

Interested applicants should click on the USAJOBS link and follow the “How To Apply” instructions.  Applications submitted to USAJOBS will not be considered.  Closing date: Monday, March 24, 2014.   Job Announcement Number: RTP-OGC-OT-2014-0005

Associate Regional Director, US Securities and Exchange Commission, Denver Regional Office

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Associate Regional Director

Denver Regional Office

Position Number:         14-EX-1073446-KR

Location:                         Denver, CO

Compensation:              $151,876.00 to $228,422.00

Grade:                              SO-01


The mission of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitate capital formation.

This position is located in the Denver Regional Office, Office of the Associate Regional Director (Enforcement) located in Denver, CO. The Commission’s enforcement staff conducts investigations into possible violations of the federal securities laws, and prosecutes the Commission’s civil suits in the federal courts as well as its administrative proceedings. For more information about the Division of Enforcement, please visit

The Associate Regional Director (Enforcement), under the general direction of the Regional Director, plans and establishes policy for the enforcement program of the Denver Regional Office (DRO) and directs, coordinates, controls, and evaluates the performance of staff operations in this area. Work assignments may include the following:

To Apply:

For important information about this position, including details on duties, qualifications, and how to apply, please visit: must apply for this position by March 31, 2014 through

If you need additional information contact Jeffery Anoka, Outreach Coordinator, Office of Minority and Women Inclusion (OMWI) at 202-551-6086 or

The SEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Chief Legal Officer/General Counsel, Children’s Health System of Texas (CHST), Dallas, Texas

Children’s Health System of Texas (CHST) based in Dallas, Texas is seeking a Chief Legal Officer/General Counsel

CHST is an integrated delivery system of 24 organizations, including: Children’s Medical Center (CMC); multiple ambulatory sites; a population health organization; nine physician practice organizations; a basic and clinical research institute; a home health organization; a health maintenance organization (license pending); an accountable care organization; a captive insurance company; a for-profit subsidiary; and a charitable foundation.  CMC houses the operations of the Dallas and Legacy hospitals, and is a private, not-for-profit, academic medical center dedicated to its mission to make life better for children. CMC, with a Case Mix Index of 2.03, is the sixth largest and second busiest pediatric hospital in the United States and operates the second busiest emergency room among children’s hospitals.  It serves in excess of 217,000 unique patients annually with well over 700,000 encounters through its more than 50 specialties, including neurosciences, cancer, heart, neonatology, orthopedics and transplantation.  It has a medical and dental staff in excess of 1,000 and 6,000 employees.  It has annual net revenues in excess of $1.1B (gross revenue in excess of $2.3B), net assets of almost $1.8B and an estimated annual economic impact of $1.6B.

The Chief Legal Officer/General Counsel (CLO) is responsible for managing and guiding legal services. Reporting to the CEO, Christopher Durovich, this executive will serve as the chief legal advisor to the healthcare system senior leadership and Board of Directors. As a highly visible member of the senior leadership team this executive will be responsible for a wide range of legal, regulatory, and compliance projects and will manage the legal resources in a manner that supports the overall priorities of the health system. The CLO will be expected to provide a proactive and collaborative approach to the legal issues associated with a dynamic and growing organization.  The individual selected for this position will be a highly strategic, proactive attorney who is well versed in the business dynamics and regulatory environment of the healthcare industry. S/he is innovative and entrepreneurial and someone who creates solutions that facilitate the health system strategy to assure the success and growth of the organization. Working with the CEO, the executive team and the legal and compliance teams, s/he will constantly be thinking of better ways to operate and how to structure these growth opportunities.

The successful candidate must have excellent academic credentials, a law degree from an ABA accredited school of law, membership in the State Bar of Texas or eligibility for admission based on reciprocity is required and an outstanding record of achievement with at least ten (10) years of health care law experience gained in-house or through working closely with complex health care clients. Specific experience working in an integrated healthcare delivery system is preferred.

Witt/Kieffer, an executive search firm specializing in healthcare, has been retained to assist Children’s Health System of Texas.  We would appreciate receiving recommendations or nominations of qualified candidates.  You may be assured that all nominations will be handled with the utmost of professional courtesy and confidentiality.  Resumes and referrals should be directed by e-mail to the CHST search team at   For additional information or to discuss this position further, please feel free to contact Werner Boel at (678) 302-1559.

On behalf of Children’s Health System of Texas, thank you in advance for your assistance with this important recruitment project.  We look forward to hearing from you.


Staff Attorney Openings, Beyond Coal Campaign, Sierra Club

Staff Attorney, Beyond Coal Campaign (2 positions)

Sierra Club, America’s oldest and largest grassroots environmental organization, is looking for Staff Attorneys to join our Environmental Law Program in San Francisco or Washington, DC. This is a unique opportunity to join our leading law program that is at the forefront of addressing climate change and the public health and environmental impacts of society’s reliance on fossil fuels. The scope of the program spans the full life cycle of fossil fuels, including preventing the extraction of fossil fuels in the first instance, reducing their use, reducing their environmental and public health impacts, and advancing alternatives such as energy efficiency and renewable energy.

As part of our national legal team, he/she will coordinate key aspects of the Club’s legal work, including litigating environmental cases related to the Beyond Coal campaign, help implement strategic legal campaigns, assist in building the in‑house litigation component of the Law Program and coordinate all aspects of the Sierra Club’s legal work.

Applicants must have a J.D. degree and license to practice law, as well as at least 4 years’ experience in environmental or energy law fields. Applicant must submit a cover letter, resume, writing sample, references and transcript.

For full details and application information, please click on the links below:

If you are interested in working in either San Francsico or DC:

If you are interested in working in DC only:


County Counsel Paralegal, County of San Bernardino

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The County of San Bernardino

invites application for the position of

County Counsel Paralegal

Job Number: 14-03498-01


$22.51 – $28.73 Hourly  $3,901.73 – $4,979.87 Monthly  $46,820.80 – $59,758.40 Annually


APPLY BY: 05:00 PM on 04/04/14

Applicants are encouraged to apply online:


The Office of the County Counsel is recruiting for Paralegals who provide assistance to civil attorneys in the preparation of legal documents, research, analysis and hearing and trial preparation.


Applicants must possess one of the following educational requirements in addition to the experience requirement:

EXPERIENCE: One (1) year of full-time experience in researching and drafting legal pleadings and memoranda, propounding discovery and trial preparation for civil litigation; and currently working or has worked as a Paralegal during the last twelve (12) months.



OPTION 1: A certificate of completion of a paralegal program approved by the American Bar Association.

OPTION 2: A certificate of completion of a paralegal program at, or a degree from, a post-secondary institution that requires the successful completion of a minimum of 24 semester (36 quarter), or equivalent, units in law-related courses that has been accredited by a national or regional accrediting organization or approved by the Bureau of Private Post-secondary and Vocational Education.

OPTION 3: A baccalaureate degree or an advanced degree in any subject, a minimum of one year of law-related experience under the supervision of an attorney who has been an active member of the State Bar of California for at least the preceding three years or who has practiced in the federal courts of this state for at least the preceding three years, and a written declaration from this attorney stating the applicant is qualified to perform legal tasks.


Experience interviewing witnesses, including expert witnesses; assisting attorneys in the courtroom during civil trials and using Lexis-Nexis and/or WestLaw research systems is highly desirable.

Note: Applicants are strongly encouraged to attach a writing sample to the online application; samples may also be faxed to 909-387-5792 attn: County Counsel Paralegal.


There will be a competitive evaluation of qualifications based upon a review of the Application and Supplemental Questionnaire.

It is to your advantage to provide complete, organized and detailed information on the Application and in your responses to each item on the Supplemental Questionnaire. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of the application materials.

The Human Resources Department reserves the right to modify the examination process in accordance with the Personnel Rules and accepted selection practices.

Applications may be obtained and filed online at:

(909) 387-8304 • TTY Users: 711

157 West Fifth Street, 1st Floor, San Bernardino, CA 92415

An Equal Employment Opportunity and ADA Compliant Employer

Issue Date: 3/8/14 LC/EA

General Attorney, Office of Legal Counsel at the EEOC


POSITION:                                         General Attorney (Civil Rights), 0905-12

ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER:        D14-OLC-1069124-030-LAH

OPEN PERIOD:                                  03-12-14 – 03-20-14

NUMBER OF VACANCIES:              1

LOCATION:                                          Office of Legal Counsel, Advice & External Litigation Division

POSITION INFORMATION:                Full-time Position

AREA OF CONSIDERATION:            All Qualified Applicants

Please click on the “USAJOBS” link on INSITE to view this announcement and current openings:

Assistant General Counsel, MTA Capital Construction


Assistant General Counsel

POSTING NO:                        75992
SALARY RANGE:                   Min: $73,586  Mid:$91,982
DEPT/DIV:                               MTA Capital Construction
SUPERVISOR:                       Deputy General Counsel
HOURS OF WORK:               8:30 AM – 5:00 PM (7 ½ hours) or as required

Under direction of the MTACC Deputy General Counsel, with latitude for the exercise of independent judgment, the Assistant General Counsel will be responsible for assisting in procurement and the negotiation of design, construction and other commercial contracts as well as processing other legal transactions.  The position requires work with project personnel to respond to claims initiated against MTACC.




Qualified individuals interested in MTA Capital Construction employment opportunities must apply through the MTA’s online application and recruitment system.  Please visit our website at:

MTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.