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ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL, #14-049, Fraud & Financial Crimes Division

Police Force:Office Of The Attorney General, Massachusetts
Salary:$0.00 to $0.00 Annually

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL, #14-049, Fraud & Financial Crimes Division

ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL, #14-049, Fraud & Financial Crimes Division
Agency Name:Office Of The Attorney General
Official Title:ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL, #14-049, Fraud & Financial Crimes Division
Functional Title:ASSISTANT ATTORNEY GENERAL, #14-049, Fraud & Financial Crimes Division
Occupational Group:Legal
Position Type:Not Given
Full-Time or Part-Time:Full-Time
Salary Range:$0.00 to $0.00 Annually
Bargaining Unit:N/A
Shift:Day
Confidential:No
Number Of Vacancies:1
City/Town:Boston
Region:BOSTON
Facility Location:
Application Deadline:01-23-2014
Apply Online:No
Posting ID:J39169
Duties:

Attorney General Martha Coakley is looking for an exceptional and highly motivated individual to serve as a prosecutor in the Fraud and Financial Crimes Division (FFCD), part of the Office of the Attorney General?s Criminal Bureau. FFCD investigates and prosecutes serious criminal misconduct involving a broad array of financial crimes, including (a) fiduciary embezzlement by lawyers, stockbrokers, accountants and other professionals who steal client funds, (b) employee theft, bribery, and fraudulent recordkeeping to cover up economic crimes; (c) complex financial frauds such as pyramid schemes, telemarketing fraud, and mortgage fraud; (d) large scale consumer fraud scams; (e) identity theft and (f) income, sales, excise and other tax evasion and tax fraud crimes by individuals and businesses. FFCD?s most significant cases are those that have a dramatic financial impact upon unsuspecting and vulnerable victims whose trust is violated. FFCD is staffed by a group of experienced prosecutors who partner with financial investigators, Massachusetts State Police troopers assigned to the Attorney General?s Office, and local, state, and federal investigative and enforcement agencies.

Primary Duties: This Assistant Attorney General will assume an existing caseload of substantive prosecutions and investigations, as well as responsibility for handling new assignments that include initial review and screening of allegations, formal grand jury investigations, and prosecutions up to and including trial. Assistant Attorneys General in the Division are charged with leading and coordinating the efforts of a prosecutorial team that typically includes a financial investigator, a state trooper, a victim-witness advocate, and support staff (including secretary, paralegal, and/or interns). Additional functions may include, but are not limited to: (a) conducting joint investigations with other federal, state, and local referral agencies, prosecutorial organizations, and/or law enforcement agencies; (b) overseeing and advising the investigative and prosecutorial efforts of junior Assistant Attorneys General within the Division; and (c) developing managerial/supervisory skills.

Qualifications:

Position Requirements: You must be able to demonstrate that you are highly motivated to serve the public interest, and have the ability and desire to handle multiple complex and challenging priority matters simultaneously. You must have a minimum of five years of full-time legal experience, including significant investigative and trial experience, preferably in the area of white collar prosecutions. You should be equipped to successfully manage all members of an investigative team. You should have excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to effectively represent the Commonwealth and the Attorney General before federal and state courts, agencies, and the public. You must be a member of the Massachusetts Bar.

Comments:

The Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Office actively seeks to increase the diversity of its workforce.

Salary: Commensurate with experience. To be discussed at time of interview.

Please reference Posting #14-049 when applying for this position. If applying for more than one position, send separate cover letters and resumes.

ClosingDate:01/23/2014
Site link:For the full job application please click here.
Job ID:34265

 

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