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Chief of Staff
Oklahoma Attorney General
313 NE 21st Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
Currently Available Positions
Assistant Attorney General, OCRE
Job summary: The Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office of Civil Rights Enforcement seeks two Assistant Attorneys General, one in Oklahoma City and one in Tulsa, who will passionately and objectively investigate, conciliate, and litigate a wide array of complaints of discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodation throughout the state. The positions involve protecting vital civil rights by effectively and timely managing heavy investigation and litigation caseloads; researching and advising the Attorney General of emerging legal developments; interacting diplomatically and professionally with internal peers, outside counsel, business leaders, and the public; assisting with community outreach and public education; and maintaining the integrity of the Attorney General’s Office.
Qualifications: Oklahoma license; 2 to 5 years of litigation and trial experience; proven skill in research, writing, and oral advocacy; preference given to those with experience in civil rights or employment litigation, or fluency in Spanish. Some in-state travel required.
Auditor, Tobacco Enforcement Unit
Job Summary: The Tobacco Enforcement Unit of the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office is seeking an Auditor to be located in either its Oklahoma City or Tulsa office. The Tobacco Enforcement Unit enforces state laws related to the manufacture, sale, distribution, and possession of cigarettes and other tobacco products in the State of Oklahoma. The Auditor will conduct audits of tobacco manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors and retailers of cigarettes and tobacco products to assure that tobacco product manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors and retailers engaged in the sale of cigarettes and tobacco products in the State of Oklahoma are compliant with all applicable state laws and regulatory requirements
Qualifications: A bachelor's degree in accounting, or a non-accounting degree with at least 30 hours of accounting. A CPA certificate is preferred. The applicant must have a thorough knowledge of accounting/auditing principles and methods, as well as the ability to comprehend complex laws and regulations. A thorough knowledge of computer software applications such as Excel, Word and Microsoft Office Suite is required. A valid Oklahoma Driver’s license and the ability to travel is required. All applicants must agree in writing to complete, and satisfactorily pass, a background investigation by the Office of the Attorney General.
Agent, Tobacco Enforcement Unit
Job Summary: The Tobacco Enforcement Unit of the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office is seeking to fill two Agent positions in its Tulsa office. An Agent assigned to the Tobacco Enforcement Unit will be responsible for conducting investigations, inspections, undercover operations, surveillance, interviews of witnesses, interrogations of suspects, preparing reports, making arrests and seizing contraband tobacco products related to the violation of state laws regulating the manufacture, sale, distribution, possession and taxation of cigarettes and other tobacco products.
Qualifications: A candidate must be a CLEET certified peace officer and have either a bachelor's degree and one year of criminal investigative experience or 60 hours of college credit and a minimum of two years of criminal investigative experience. An applicant must demonstrate knowledge of principles and techniques of investigation, rules of evidence, search and seizure law, report writing and ability to communicate effectively with others. The applicant must be proficient in Excel, Word and Microsoft Office Suite applications. Applicants must be of good moral character, and agree in writing to a background investigation conducted by the Office of the Attorney General, and possess a valid Oklahoma driver’s license. This position will require extensive travel with occasional night and weekend work.
Assistant Attorney General, General Counsel
Job Summary: Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt is seeking an attorney with sound judgment and excellent research and writing skills to serve as General Counsel for the Workers' Compensation Commission. The ideal candidate will be a licensed Oklahoma attorney with 7+ years’ experience.
Assistant Attorney General, Litigation Unit
Job Summary & Qualifications: The Office of the Oklahoma Attorney General is currently seeking a licensed attorney with a minimum of 5 years of experience to handle civil actions and proceedings in state, federal and appellate courts. Experience in the areas of collections, bankruptcy and property law is preferred. Excellent research, writing and advocacy skills are required. Occasional travel is required. A writing sample must accompany resume to be considered.
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.