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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

 

Salary Range $65,000 - $84,364

JOB TITLE:    Senior Attorney

 

Job Summary:

This position is directly responsible for oversight and supervision of the legal bureau and legal investigations; serves as an instructor in basic law enforcement academy and continuing education programs; plans, organizes, and/or directs assigned units to accomplish agency goals and objectives;  interprets and advises agency personnel and the general public on departmental rules, regulations and laws governing the operation of the agency; attends and represents the Council at legislative functions; represent CLEET at organizational, business, and community functions; and performs other duties as assigned.

 

Description of Tasks:

Lead instructor in the legal block of CLEET basic law enforcement academy, as well as continuing education courses related to legal topics.   Assists with curriculum development and review of basic academy and continuing education course materials.  Develops and disseminates annual law enforcement legislative update.  Statewide and overnight travel to attend meetings and training. Present cases at hearings and appeal proceedings concerning disciplinary actions against individuals licensed and/or certified by the Council.  Reviews, updates and follows the CLEET rule making process.  Serves as the General Counsel for the agency and advises the Executive Director and Council members on legal matters.

 

Knowledge and Skills:

Knowledge of managerial functions, methods, and techniques; budgets and fiscal management; law enforcement procedures and adult learning techniques; disseminating public information.  Ability is required to analyze and solve complex and difficult problems of organization and clients to identify solutions and advance the organization. Public speaking skills and problem solving skills.

 

Education and Experience:

Licensed to practice law in the State of Oklahoma. Teaching and law enforcement experience is required. Prosecutor experience preferred. Knowledge of criminal court proceedings and of the Administrative Procedures Act required.

 

Requirements:

Job may require climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, long periods of standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, talking, and hearing.  May be required to lift objects weighing up to 50 pounds. May be subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions including but not limited to noise, wind, rain, sun, pollens, ice and snow. 

 

CLEET is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Submit resume and cover letter to:  CLEET, Attention: Shelly Lowrance, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, OK  74820 or email them to shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us
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esumes must be received by 5:00 PM, June 14, 2019

 

                  

 

 

Salary range $33,504 - $36,854

JOB TITLE:  Legal Secretary I/II

 

Job Summary:

Under general supervision, processes private security, bail enforcer, and peace officer actions; assists in presenting cases at hearings and handles appeal proceedings concerning disciplinary actions; Conducts legal research and other related tasks as assigned by General Counsel, Assistant Director or Executive Director; and assists representatives of CLEET at various board and committee meetings which may require some travel.

 

Description of Tasks: 

The functions of this position vary, but may include any of the following:

  • Provides secretarial and administrative support for General Counsel; composes and prepares various legal documents and forms; takes and transcribes dictation of confidential, technical, or legal material requiring high degree of accuracy; records and transcribes proceedings of meetings and conferences.
  • Independently researches, locates and assembles legal materials for working files used in docketing cases or information and data for administrative board or commission consideration and action; gathers agency data and documents to support various pleadings filed in different courts; develops and maintains files on research sources.
  • Reviews routine petitions regarding administrative appeals and prepares appropriate draft pleadings.
  • Arranges for special conferences and meetings; assists in maintaining General Counsel’s calendar, advising of commitments.
  • Schedules depositions, prepares exhibits for court cases and administrative law judge hearings; compiles reports or other materials for use by General Counsel or other members of the CLEET management team.
  • Maintains or supervises the maintenance of confidential legal files, evidence and hard copy or electronic records.
  • Assists General Counsel in ensuring that deadlines are met for filing various court actions; files orders, judgments, pleadings, briefs and other documents on behalf of CLEET.
  • Works collaboratively with other members of CLEET to accomplish daily activities associated with legal matters including violations of State Statutes and the Oklahoma Administrative Code. 
  • Operates a variety of modern office equipment; screens phone calls and receives visitors; provides information or refers to appropriate official; opens, reviews and distributes legal mail; disposes of routine matters; prepares legal correspondence for appropriate signatory.
  • Other duties as assigned by the General Counsel, Assistant Director or Executive Director of CLEET. 

 

Knowledge, Skills and Ability:

Includes knowledge of guidelines related to the preparation and filing of various legal documents and forms; of business communications; of trial and court procedures; of law office practices; of legal terms and definitions; of business English and office procedures; of business arithmetic; of training principles and practices; and of public relations.  Ability is required to establish effective working relationships with others; to type accurately from plain copy at a rate of fifty words per minute; to prepare complex legal documents and forms; to deal with the public; to handle confidential work with tact and discretion; to exercise judgment in interpreting and applying rules or policy; to follow oral and written instructions; to operate standard office equipment; and to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing and utilize advanced computer skills which enable the individual to create, update and revise databases used to track the status and deadlines associated with legal files and other CLEET records.

 

Education and Experience:

Minimum education is a High School Diploma and three years of experience performing a variety of complex clerical/typing work and one year of experience as a paralegal or equivalent work; or an equivalent combination of education and experience including two years of experience as an administrative secretary/assistant or paralegal.  College courses with an emphasis in legal studies and/or formal paralegal training is highly desired. 

 

Requirements:

Job may require climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, periods of standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, talking, and hearing.  May be required to lift objects weighing up to or more than 50 pounds.   Possession of a valid Oklahoma driver license is required for the position.

 

CLEET is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Submit resume and cover letter to:  CLEET, Attention: Shelly Lowrance, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, OK  74820 or email them to shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us.
Resumes must be received by 5:00 PM, May 24, 2019.

 

              

 

Salary Range 20,800 – 24,960 Full-time

Part-time $10 - $12 per hour

JOB TITLE:   SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST

 

Job Summary:

Under general supervision, responsible for establishing contact with both internal and external customers, provide the customer with the requested information or assistance concerning the services provided by the agency or direct this request to those who can provide the service. Responsibilities may include operating various types of telephone or communications equipment, including switchboards, communications consoles and fax machines; processing incoming and outgoing mail; serving as a cashier entering log files and ledger files.   

 

Description of Tasks: 

The functions of this position vary, but may include any of the following:

Answer telephone calls; provides information or refers callers to appropriate staff members; answers inquiries.  Receives visitors, answers inquiries personally or refers visitors to appropriate staff for assistance.  Open and distributes mail, enters documents into log files, processes paperwork, performs data entry.  Completes other job related tasks as prescribed by supervisor or management staff.  Apply agency procedures and rules to processes.   May be required to maintain various ledgers, journals, registers and other fiscal records and posts to various accounts.  Enters reports and payments into computer system. 

 

Knowledge and Skills:

Skill in conducting several projects simultaneously, in establishing and maintaining satisfactory and effective working relationships with others, and in organizing and presenting facts and opinions clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.  Efficient in keyboard data entry, and possess a working knowledge of current office equipment and machines. Knowledge of Microsoft Office required.  Knowledge of telephone procedures, spelling, punctuation, grammar and arithmetic.  Ability to follow oral and written instructions and to establish and maintain effective working relationships with others.

 

Education and Experience:

Minimum High School Diploma and 1 year of secretarial/customer service office experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Career Technology training in clerical work or two years of college education is highly desired

 

Requirements:

Job may require climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching, periods of standing, walking, pushing, pulling, lifting, grasping, talking, and hearing.  May be required to lift objects weighing up to or more than 50 pounds.   Possession of a valid Oklahoma driver license is required for the position.

CLEET is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Submit resume and cover letter to:  CLEET, Attention: Shelly Lowrance, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, OK  74820 or email them to shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us
Resumes must be received by 5:00 PM, May 31, 2019 

 

 

NOTICE OF DRUG DOG ADVISORY COUNCIL VACANCY
Salary: 0

If you are a full-time commissioned officer with practical knowledge of such canines and canine teams and are interested in serving on the Drug Dog Advisory Council, please submit a resume, a letter of interest and a letter of acknowledgement signed by the head of your department to the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training. All information received will be forwarded to the Drug Dog Advisory Council for consideration and recommendation. The Drug Dog Advisory Council’s recommendation will be taken to the Council for appointment.

The responsibilities of Drug Dog Advisory Council members are found in 70 O.S., § 3311, Paragraph K(2), which states “ . . .  make recommendations concerning minimum standards, educational needs, and other matters imperative to the certification of canines and canine teams trained to detect controlled dangerous substances.” The Drug Dog Advisory Council meets quarterly.

Closing date in May 31, 2019
CLEET, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, Oklahoma 74820
or email to julie.moore@cleet.state.ok.us
If you have questions, please call Julie Moore at 405-239-5122

DRUG DOG VACANCY APPLICATION

 

 

NOTICE OF ADVISORY COUNCIL POSITION VACANCY
Salary: 0

If you are interested in serving the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training as the Region 2 (includes counties: Cherokee, McIntosh, Muskogee, Okmulgee, Sequoyah and Wagoner) law enforcement representative, you must be a certified full-time peace officer employed by a city, county, state or federal law enforcement agency. Please complete this form and submit it, along with a letter of interest and your resume, to CLEET , by June 30, 2019. The Advisory Council will consider all applications at its next quarterly meeting, and make a recommendation to the Council, which has final appointment authority.

CLEET, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, Oklahoma 74820
or email to shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us
   I
f you have questions, please call Shelly Lowrance at 405-239-5152

ADVISORY COUNCIL APPLICATION-Region 2

 

 

NOTICE OF ADVISORY COUNCIL POSITION VACANCY
Salary: 0

If you are interested in serving the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training as the Region 6 (includes counties: Alfalfa, Blaine, Garfield, Grant, Kay, Kingfisher, Major and Noble) law enforcement representative, you must be a certified full-time peace officer employed by a city, county, state or federal law enforcement agency. Please complete this form and submit it, along with a letter of interest and your resume, to CLEET, by June 30, 2019. The Advisory Council will consider all applications at its next quarterly meeting, and make a recommendation to the Council, which has final appointment authority.

CLEET, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, Oklahoma 74820
or email to shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us
I
f you have questions, please call Shelly Lowrance at 405-239-5152

ADVISORY COUNCIL APPLICATION -Region 6