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Department Of Justice

Government departmentThe United States Department of Justice, also known as the Justice Department, is a federal executive department of the United States government responsible for the enforcement of the law and administration of justice in the United States, and is equivalent to the justice or interior ministries of other countries.

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Supervisory Legal Administrative Specialist (in - Court Services)
Executive Office for Immigration ReviewSterling, VA
Requirements Conditions of Employment Qualifications In order to qualify for the Supervisory Legal Administrative Specialist (In-Court Services) position, you must meet the following time in grade requirements and minimum qualifications: TIME-IN-GRADE REQUIREMENTS: Merit promotion applicants must meet applicable time-in-grade requirements to be considered eligible.
Full-time
Last updated 1 day ago
Assistant Inspector General for Information Technology Division
Justice, Office of the Inspector GeneralWashington, DC
Summary The Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of the Inspector General (OIG) is seeking an experienced, highly motivated individual to serve in a Senior Executive Service (SES) position as the Assistant Inspector General (AIG) for the Information Technology Division (ITD).
Full-time
Last updated 1 day ago
Information Receptionist
U.S. Attorney's OfficeSomerville, MA
Examples of specialized experience include: receiving telephone calls and visitors to the office; responding to inquiries and providing general information; producing a variety of written documents utilizing several types of office automation software; and entering information into an automated database.
Last updated 3 days ago
Performance Auditor
Justice, Office of the Inspector GeneralArlington, VA
The OIG's Audit Division is seeking highly motivated professionals to evaluate DOJ programs and processes, to ensure the intended results, to detect and deter fraud, waste, and abuse of DOJ programs and resources, and make recommendations for improvement.
$103,690 Full-time
Last updated 10 days ago
Information Receptionist (OA)
Department Of JusticeOrlando, FL
Assists legal support staff in the preparation of Grand Jury and Trial subpoenas.
Full-time
Last updated 19 hours ago
Administrative Management Specialist
Justice, Office of the Inspector GeneralWashington, DC
Summary The OIG, named the Best Place to Work in DOJ, offers telework and excellent work-life flexibilities and encourages Schedule A and diverse applicants.
Full-time
Last updated 1 day ago
Executive Staff Assistant
Executive Office for Immigration ReviewFalls Church, VA
Summary This position is located in the Office of the Chief Immigration Judge, Executive Office for Immigration Review, U. S. Department of Justice.
$103,690 a year Full-time
Last updated 1 day ago
Criminal Investigator (SA)
Justice, Office of the Inspector GeneralNew York, NY
Summary The OIG, named the Best Place to Work in DOJ, offers telework and excellent work-life flexibilities and encourages Schedule A and diverse applicants.
$106,471 Full-time
Last updated 2 days ago
Information Receptionist
U.S. Attorney's OfficeBoston, MA
Examples of specialized experience include: receiving telephone calls and visitors to the office; responding to inquiries and providing general information; producing a variety of written documents utilizing several types of office automation software; and entering information into an automated database.
Full-time
Last updated 1 day ago
Information Receptionist
U.S. Attorney's OfficeChelsea, MA
Examples of specialized experience include: receiving telephone calls and visitors to the office; responding to inquiries and providing general information; producing a variety of written documents utilizing several types of office automation software; and entering information into an automated database.
Last updated 1 day ago
Information Receptionist
U.S. Attorney's OfficeEverett, MA
Examples of specialized experience include: receiving telephone calls and visitors to the office; responding to inquiries and providing general information; producing a variety of written documents utilizing several types of office automation software; and entering information into an automated database.
Last updated 1 day ago
Performance Auditor
Justice, Office of the Inspector GeneralDenver, CO
In carrying out its audit mission, the OIG contributes to and issues products, such as reports, advisories, briefings, and congressional testimonies with recommendations focused on improving the effectiveness and efficiency of DOJ programs in support of the agency's mission.
$58,585 Full-time
Last updated 2 days ago
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