Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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Special Agent


Criminal Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Criminal Division, Special Investigations Section is seeking a Special Agent to be assigned to a Major Fraud Unit of the Special Investigations Section (SIS), Criminal Division. As a Special Agent, the position will: 1. Conduct interviews of victims, witnesses, investigative leads, and suspects. 2. Properly collect, process, control, and analyze evidence. 3. Prepare clear, concise, grammatically correct, and detailed written reports to document all aspects of the investigation. 4. Communicate regularly and effectively with prosecutors and provide courtroom/Grand Jury testimony as needed.

Assistant Attorney General


State Government Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office State Government Division, Natural Resources Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to provide legal consultation and representation to various client agencies on a wide variety of issues.

Special Agent


Criminal Division
Tucson
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Criminal Division, Special Investigations Section in Tucson is seeking a Special Agent to be assigned to the Tucson office of the Special Investigations Section As a Special Agent, the position will: 1. Conduct interviews of victims, witnesses, investigative leads, and suspects. 2. Properly identify/locate, collect, process, control, and analyze/interpret evidence. 3. Prepare clear, concise, grammatically correct, and detailed factual reports to accurately document all aspects of the investigations.

Legal Secretary II


CFP/CSS
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General's Office Child and Family Protection Division, Child Support Services Section is seeking a Legal Secretary II to provide secretarial support for one or more attorneys which include: preparation of legal pleadings and documents necessary to process child support cases on behalf of the client; drafting and typing correspondence; answering inquiries from client, court personnel and others regarding case activity and status; inputting data into and using an automated case management system to maintain and track case records and activity; independently generating legal forms needed in all types of actions; maintaining court calendar and legal deadlines.

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL


Criminal Division
Tucson
The Arizona Attorney General’s Criminal Division in Tucson is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to prosecute criminal cases including but not limited to the offenses referenced below, in the Superior Courts of the State of Arizona. Tucson prosecutors support investigations and prosecute complex fraud, economic and white collar crimes, including but not limited to, securities fraud, public corruption, identity theft, forgery, AHCCCS/DES fraud, elder financial exploitation, credit card fraud, social security fraud, veterans’ benefits fraud, and intellectual property violations. Tucson prosecutors also support investigations and prosecute criminal enterprises for drug trafficking, money laundering, weapons trafficking, and sex trafficking.

Assistant Attorney General


Child and Family Protection Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General's Office Child and Family Protection Division/Protective Services Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to assume responsibility for representation and litigation on behalf of the Department of Child Safety (DCS).  PSS attorney responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing advice on child welfare law and representing DCS in dependency, termination of parental rights, guardianship, and adoption matters statewide at the trial court level.  PSS attorneys must comply with laws, rules, and office policies and procedures applicable to the performance of the job and must perform additional tasks as assigned by supervising personnel.

Assistant Attorney General


CFP/CSS
Phoenix and surrounding areas
The Arizona Attorney General's Office, Child and Family Protection Division/Child Support Services Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General. This position is responsible for litigation on behalf of and representation for the Division of Child Support Services of the Department of Economic Security. Child Support Services attorney responsibilities include but are not limited to providing advice on child support enforcement law, reviewing Division of Child Support Services case files for litigation, conducting stipulation conferences, weekly court appearances, litigation research and writing, working with litigants, court personnel and agency employees and preparing legal pleadings, memoranda and correspondence.