Arizona Attorney General

Mark Brnovich

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Paralegal III


Child and Family Protection Division
Mesa
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Child and Family Protection Division is seeking a Paralegal 3 to provide support for one or more Assistant Attorneys General in the Protective Services Section.  Job duties include performing legal research and conducting investigations; gathering evidence for trials; and drafting/preparing legal memoranda, briefs, opinions, and legislation necessary for the processing of dependency/severance cases referred by the client. The paralegal answers inquiries from the client, court personnel, and others regarding case activity and status using automated case management systems to maintain and track case records and activity. The paralegal independently generates the weekly court calendar and coordinates varied attorney schedules for coverage; complies with all laws rules and office policies and procedures applicable to the performance of the job 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.   To view our Recruitment Video please follow this link: http://vimeo.com/arizonaago/employment.

Legal Assistant III/Paralegal III


Child & Family Protection Services
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Child and Family Protection Division/Civil and Criminal Litigation and Advice Section (“CLA”) is seeking a Paralegal III. This Paralegal would support one or more Assistant Attorneys General working primarily in the area of civil collections litigation. Acting under general supervision, this Paralegal would process requests for new civil actions by one or more state agencies; draft pleadings, letters, motions, and related documents; oversee and manage civil collections cases in accordance with office policies, laws, and court rules; coordinate case activities with the state agency that requested the civil action; document case-related activities via the physical case file and electronic case management system (Legal Files); prepare case files for pretrial conferences, hearings, and trials; and perform other activities assigned by supervising personnel. This Paralegal may be asked to conduct legal research and draft legal memoranda. In addition, this Paralegal may provide support in post-judgment collections proceedings, including, but not limited to, garnishment proceedings. This Paralegal will have contact with defendants, court staff, attorneys, clients, and garnishees. Duties involve reviewing, creating, and processing materials and information designated as confidential by federal and state law. The preferred candidate will have at least two years full-time employment as a paralegal. To view our Recruitment Video please follow this link: http://vimeo.com/arizonaago/employment

LEGAL ASSISTANT III/PARALEGAL III


Child & Family Protection Services
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Child and Family Protection Division/Civil and Criminal Litigation and Advice Section (“CLA”) is seeking a Paralegal III. This Paralegal would support one or more Assistant Attorneys General working primarily in the area of civil collections litigation. Acting under general supervision, this Paralegal would process requests for new civil actions by one or more state agencies; draft pleadings, letters, motions, and related documents; oversee and manage civil collections cases in accordance with office policies, laws, and court rules; coordinate case activities with the state agency that requested the civil action; document case-related activities via the physical case file and electronic case management system (Legal Files); prepare case files for pretrial conferences, hearings, and trials; and perform other activities assigned by supervising personnel. This Paralegal may be asked to conduct legal research and draft legal memoranda. In addition, this Paralegal may provide support in post-judgment collections proceedings, including, but not limited to, garnishment proceedings. This Paralegal will have contact with defendants, court staff, attorneys, clients, and garnishees. Duties involve reviewing, creating, and processing materials and information designated as confidential by federal and state law. The preferred candidate will have at least two years full-time employment as a paralegal. To view our Recruitment Video please follow this link: http://vimeo.com/arizonaago/employment

Administrative Assistant III


CLD/CPA
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Civil Litigation Division/Consumer Protection and Advocacy Section/Consumer Information and Complaints Unit is seeking an Administrative Assistant III to provide customer service and information to constituent inquiries made over the telephone and by email regarding consumer complaints, mortgage issues including issues related to the National Mortgage Settlement, and senior/elder issues.  In some instances, the position refers callers to the correct state and/or federal agency.  Follows up with constituents to ensure potential issues are resolved.  As needed, position tracks inquiries/complaints for potential trends and generates reports and provides compiled data to criminal and civil litigation teams.  Position requires high public contact, including with individuals that are 65 years of age and over, in person and over the telephone.  Position attends and participates in taskforce meetings.  Provides communication and coordination among statewide groups as needed. 

Legal Secretary II


SGD/TAX
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office State Government Division, Tax Section is seeking an exceptional Legal Secretary to join our team of professionals.  The Tax Section represents the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) in property tax, income tax, transaction privilege (sales) and use tax and various other tax areas.  It also represents the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) in fuel tax and aircraft license matters. Position responsibilities include providing legal secretarial support to attorneys who represent the ADOR and ADOT on a wide variety of matters.  Duties include: preparing a variety of complex legal correspondence, petitions, briefs, legal opinions, pleadings, motions, and depositions; completing legal notices/forms; exercising discretion in the preparation and processing of legal notices and other legal forms in accordance with established or implied legal requirements; and other related duties.

Administrative Assistant I


Child & Family Protection
Tucson
The Arizona Attorney General's Office Child and Family Protection Division/Child Support Services Section is seeking an Administrative Assistant I. This position is responsible for assisting with preparation of files for court hearings, logging in case files for team attorneys to review, scanning documents into our computer system and uploading information for storage. Additional duties include processing incoming correspondence including legal documents from the process server and electronic minute entries; documenting and researching returned mail; assisting with timely scanning and data entry into the ATLAS case management system; on occasion, answering a multi-line phone system and transferring calls. Position is responsible for following routine office practices and procedures, updating and maintaining confidential information and handling a variety of correspondences, reports, notices and forms. To view our Recruitment Video please follow this link: http://vimeo.com/arizonaago/employment

Accountant 1


Operations Division
Phoenix
Responsible for accounts payable related activities. Reviews, prepares and inputs accounts payable transactions into Arizona Financial Information System (AFIS) and ProcureAZ including encumbrances, encumbrance corrections, and invoices. Will be responsible for running various accounts payable related reports to identify inconsistencies and errors through the use of InfoAdvantage and other databases, such as open encumbrance report, daily warrants, and accounts payable status report. Works to ensure internal customers understand and comply with any applicable policies and procedures. Ensures all accounts payable activities are in compliance with the State of Arizona Accounting Manual (SAAM), Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and all applicable Federal and State laws, policies, and procedures. Position may also be assigned components of general ledger and travel.

Assistant Attorney General


Civil Litigation Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Civil Litigation Division, Consumer Protection and Advocacy Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to investigate and prosecute school fraud and procurement violations through civil enforcement actions in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona.  The attorney will supervise and conduct formal and informal investigations and conduct litigation, primarily in state superior court, but also in federal court and at the appellate level, where necessary.

Assistant Attorney General


SGD/EHS
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Civil Division, Education and Health Section are seeking an Assistant Attorney General to support and represent the Arizona Department of Health Services.  The Attorney in this position provides legal advice and civil litigation representation for ADHS, including appearances in administrative and superior court hearings. It is anticipated that the attorney will provide legal advice relating primarily to public records, the ADHS medical marijuana program, office of procurement and contracts, bureau of emergency medical services, the ADHS-operated federal student loan repayment program, and the Arizona biomedical research commission advisory committee. The attorney will also serve as back-up to ADHS licensing attorneys and particular assignments are subject to change based on need. This attorney will also work with other AAG’s assigned to the Arizona Department of Health Services to coordinate work assignments, provide assistance to other programs, and report to his/her supervisor on significant issues. In addition, the attorney in this position must display regular attendance. Job duties include providing general legal advice, conducting legal research, drafting correspondence, motions, and pleadings, and representing ADHS in hearings in all courts.

Assistant Attorney General


Solicitor General
Phoenix
The Solicitor General’s Office of the Arizona Attorney General, Criminal Appeals Section, is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to draft briefs, motions, responses, memoranda, and other pleadings for filing in all state and federal courts; make oral arguments before state and federal courts; correspondence, reports, agency opinions, legislation drafts; memoranda. The attorney will assist in representing the State of Arizona at federal court habeas corpus evidentiary hearings and Rule 32 hearings in state courts. To view our Recruitment Video please follow this link: http://vimeo.com/arizonaago/employment

AG ASST AT


Child and Family Protection
Phoenix
OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL The Arizona Attorney General’s Office Child and Family Protection Division is seeking an Assistant Attorney General for the Civil and Criminal Litigation and Advice Section (CLA) which represents the Department of Economic Security (DES) and the Department of Child Safety (DCS). The attorney’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to, providing advice to some of the over eighty DES social programs and agencies, including programs for the blind and visually impaired, Adult Protective Services, the Department of Developmental Disabilities, and the Rehabilitation Services Administration; representing DES and DCS in administrative proceedings pertaining to foster care certification and licensing, adoption and guardianship subsidy appeals, and protective services review team appeals; and additional tasks as assigned by supervisory personnel. CLA attorneys must comply with laws, rules, office policies and procedures applicable to the performance of the job. To view our Recruitment Video please follow this link: http://vimeo.com/arizonaago/employment

Assistant Attorney General


SGD/LMS
Tucson
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office State Government Division, Liability Management Section in Tucson is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to provide legal representation to the Arizona Department of Corrections and its employees in matters in which the Risk Management Division of ADOA provides coverage, and non-Risk Management matters. This representation includes advice and complex litigation, primarily in 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.  Manage support staff.

Assistant Attorney General


State Government Division
Phoenix
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office State Government Division, Transportation Section is seeking an Assistant Attorney General to provide legal consultation and representation to the Arizona Department of Public Safety (DPS) on a wide variety of issues. These include, but are not limited to: criminal history records and appeals, NCIC and ACJIS issues, property impounds, private investigator and security guard licensing, concealed carry permits, school bus driver certifications, public records, fingerprint clearance cards, motor carrier compliance, procurement and other contract issues. The attorney will be responsible for evaluating issues, adopting legal positions, and preparing related written memoranda including, but not limited to, formal and informal legal opinions. The attorney may be asked to provide training to DPS personnel

Legal Secretary II


SGO
The Solicitor General’s Office is seeking a Legal Secretary II to provide legal secretarial support for the litigating attorneys of the Criminal Appeals/Capital Litigation Sections.  The responsibilities of this position include timely and accurate preparation of a wide variety of legal correspondence, petitions, briefs, pleadings, motions, legal notices and forms.  The position will also maintain the legal records, files and case management system.  This position is responsible for accurate and timely completion of docketing, calendaring, filing and appropriate administrative support, including screening a wide variety of calls and visitors

Assistant Attorney General


Child and Family Protection Division
Kingman, Prescott, Sierra Vista, Yuma
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.