Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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Legal Secretary II


Criminal Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Criminal Division, Healthcare Fraud and Abuse Section is seeking to fill vacant Legal Secretary II positions to provide secretarial support to one or more litigating attorneys. The position will prepare a variety of correspondence, pleadings, motions, petitions, briefs, legal forms, and correspondence. The position will also share in the duties necessary to provide support to the Section Management and the Special Agent positions assigned to the Section.

Legal Secretary II


Criminal Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Criminal Division, Healthcare Fraud and Abuse Section is seeking to fill vacant Legal Secretary II positions to provide secretarial support to one or more litigating attorneys. The position will prepare a variety of correspondence, pleadings, motions, petitions, briefs, legal forms, and correspondence. The position will also share in the duties necessary to provide support to the Section Management and the Special Agent positions assigned to the Section.

Paralegal III


CFP/CSS
Yuma
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Child and Family Protection Division/ Child Support Services Section is seeking a Paralegal III to provide support for one or more Assistant Attorney General by evaluating and interpreting arrears calculations, assessing and preparing case files for court hearings, conducting stipulation conferences with the parties and following through with post-hearing work. The Paralegal performs legal and case-related research, drafts motions and legal memorandum and performs additional tasks as assigned by supervising personnel. Duties involve reviewing, creating and processing materials and information that are confidential by Federal and State Laws.

Community Outreach and Education Coordinator


Communications Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Communications Division/Community Outreach Section is seeking a Community Outreach and Education Coordinator to work under the direction of the Director of Community Outreach. This person will perform time sensitive and confidential administrative work of considerable difficulty relating to the statewide outreach programs addressing the needs of our communities.

Financial Analyst


Criminal Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Criminal Division/Special Investigations Section is seeking a Financial Analyst. The position will be assigned to assist the Program Project Specialist, Special Agent Supervisors and Special Agents in a variety of administrative tasks including but not limited to: criminal histories, compiling investigative information through a variety of investigative tools, transcription of confidential interviews and conducting investigative searches via social media sites.

Assistant Attorney General


Child and Family Protection Division
Kingman
The Arizona Attorney General's Office Child and Family Protection Division/Protective Services Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to assume responsibility for the litigation on behalf of and representation of the Department of Child Safety (DCS).

Assistant Attorney General


State Government Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office State Government Division, Liability Management Section in Phoenix is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to provide legal representation to state agencies and employees in matters in which the Risk Management Division of ADOA provides coverage. This representation includes advice and representation in complex cases in State and Federal court. Investigate; interview clients; review documents and evidence; conduct legal research; prepare pleadings, motions and all other papers to be filed in court; conduct discovery; review and analyze cases for trial; appear in court; report analysis of cases to clients and Risk Management.  Supervise support staff.