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Talent Acquisition, EEO and Training Officer, Personnel, Labor and Employment Division (#01-2018, Closing: 10/24/17)

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Personnel, Labor and Employment Division
Office of the Attorney General

Salary range: $108,084 – $128,400 
Closing: 11/14/17

This position is outside the collective bargaining unit.

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) seeks a highly motivated individual to lead its talent acquisition, equal employment opportunity (EEO), and professional development programs. The successful candidate will develop strategies to attract and retain valuable applicants, oversee the process for investigating and resolving complaints of all forms of discrimination, and plan training programs for all OAG employees.


Talent Acquisition

  • Leads the recruitment process for all job vacancies and works closely with OAG’s division heads to understand their staffing needs, draft vacancy announcements, and identify exceptional candidates.
  • Uses a variety of methods to attract high-caliber candidates, including targeted job postings, developing advertising regarding the office, and OAG participation at job fairs and community networking events.
  • Directly supervises OAG’s Intern Coordinator and oversees OAG’s year-round college and law school internship program. Assists in the administration of OAG’s prestigious Ruff Fellowship program for recent law school graduates.

Professional Development

  • Will lead process to develop a comprehensive strategy for substantive new hire trainings to match bestin-class standards for law offices.
  • Oversees and provides thought leadership on OAG’s professional development program. Develops other trainings training programs for OAG attorneys, paralegals, and support staff as needed.
  • Directly supervises OAG’s Training Coordinator.

Equal Employment Opportunity

  • Serves as OAG’s EEO Officer, overseeing the office’s formal and informal processes for investigating and resolving complaints of all forms of discrimination.
  • Assesses the effectiveness of the EEO program. Reviews relevant laws and court decisions, and evaluates their effect on agency EEO policies.

QUALIFICATIONS: A JD degree is preferred but not required. Requirements are a bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in a relevant field plus a minimum of five years of workrelated experience. The applicant may substitute equivalent education and/or experience to exhibit the ability to perform satisfactorily in the position.

Please see attachment for more information.