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Chief of Staff
Oklahoma Attorney General
313 NE 21st Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Currently Available Positions
Assistant Attorney General, Criminal Appeals Unit
Job summary and qualification: The Office of the Attorney General is currently seeking an Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Appeals Unit. The Criminal Appeals Unit represents the state in the criminal appeals process to ensure that the decisions rendered by judges and juries are upheld in the appellate courts. The successful candidate will be responsible for representing the State in criminal appellate cases before the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals and representing prison wardens in federal habeas actions. Applicants should have strong research and writing skills and accomplished oral advocacy skills. The successful candidate must maintain the integrity of the Attorney General's Office as well as the confidentiality of information as required by the Attorney General.
Qualifications: Applicants must be a licensed attorney in the State of Oklahoma with zero to three years of experience in the practice of law. Knowledge and use of WordPerfect and computer assisted legal research tools are necessary. A writing sample must accompany resume to be considered.
Assistant Attorney General, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit
Job Summary and Qualifications: A minimum of five years in the practice of law and a minimum of three years of trial and prosecution experience are necessary. Experience with health care fraud or medical issues are preferred. Previous work in mental health issues concerning disabled or mentally disabled persons would be beneficial. Strong emphasis will be placed on oral advocacy skills. Applicants must be licensed in the State of Oklahoma. Position requires knowledge and use of Word and/or WordPerfect.
Job Summary & Qualifications: The forensic accountant will be responsible for analyzing materials relating to money laundering and forfeiture actions undertaken by the Oklahoma Attorney General's Office ("OAG"). The forensic accountant will have, at a minimum, a bachelor’s degree in accounting and a Certified Public Accountant ("CPA") certification, or a Certified Fraud Examiner ("CFE") certification with at least seven (7) years’ experience in the field of forensic accounting. Preference will be given to those applicants who have prior law enforcement experience or experience supporting law enforcement missions. The forensic accountant will be someone who has been qualified as an expert witness in Oklahoma state court, or have background sufficient to qualify him/her as an expert witness in front of Oklahoma courts. The forensic accountant must be willing to work in a close-knit team environment and be willing to work a varying schedule based on law enforcement needs.