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August 25, 2014

Attorney/Advisor Position in the Judiciary's Financial Disclosure Office, Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts

Longing to return to the judicial branch? or Wondered how financial disclosure is handled in the judicial branch? Are you a strong writer? The Financial Disclosure Office of the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts just announced an attorney-advisor vacancy. The primary duties of the position will be to assist the Judicial Conference Committee on Financial Disclosure, whose members are federal judges, with the program management and operational support for the implementation throughout the judiciary of the financial disclosure provisions of the Ethics in Government Act of 1978. Join two other attorneys (one is the Chief) and 7+ staff for a non-supervisory position in a friendly working environment; in an office conveniently located next to Union Station.

The announcement is open now and closes on 9/19/2014, but first review of applications will occur on 9/5/2014. Don't delay!

Find the announcement on USAJOBS.GOV at this address:


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