Open positions and employment opportunities within the Broward Office of the Inspector General will be posted on this web site.
BROWARD OIG ETHICS COUNSEL
is primarily responsible for administering the OIG’s Ethics outreach, training and compliance programs, supervising ethics investigations, and prosecuting ethics complaints. As necessary, this professional will also assist with various other legal duties. For more information about the OIG’s ethics program, please visit the Ethics section
of our website.
Illustrative tasks include:
- Evaluating incoming tips and complaints for ethical implications
- Planning and supervising investigations of ethics-designated matters
- Planning and supervising ethics compliance reviews
- Developing and executing ethics training programs for OIG staff and county and municipal officials, employees and providers
- Reviewing proposed county and municipal ordinances and resolutions
- Preparing and prosecuting ethics complaints pursuant to the Broward County Charter
- Developing and maintaining a public communications program
- Researching and drafting ordinances, resolutions, contracts, legal memoranda, complaints, writs, motions, affidavits, and petitions, as necessary
- Representing the office in litigation
- Drafting and reviewing ethics reports and other ethics work product issued by the office.
The OIG Ethics Counsel should have considerable knowledge of state court procedures and rules, a demonstrated ability to litigate civil and criminal cases, ability to analyze and prepare legal documents, knowledge of and ability to conduct research on legal problems and to prepare legal opinions, ability to express ideas clearly and concisely orally and in writing, ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships, and ability to serve public and fellow employees with honesty and integrity.
The Ethics Counsel must have a minimum of a law degree from an accredited law school and active membership in the Florida Bar. We strongly prefer experience in complex investigations, prosecution, and teaching, as well as excellent writing skills. This announcement closes on July 14, 2017.
Salary will be commensurate with education and experience, and is accompanied by an attractive benefits package, including participation in the Florida Retirement System.
If you are interested in applying for an open position, please email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail to:
|Broward Office of the Inspector General|
Receipt will be confirmed via e-mail only. No telephone inquiries, please. The earliest review will occur approximately 14 days from the initial posting.
Please be aware that resumes and related information may be subject to public disclosure in accordance with Florida public records laws.
The Broward Office of the Inspector General is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Hiring decisions are contingent upon pre-employment physical examination results, including drug and alcohol screening. As a condition of employment, selected candidates must pass an extensive background investigation.
Veteran's preference will be granted to eligible veterans, spouses of veterans and other veteran's preference eligible persons in accordance with Florida law. To be considered for veteran's preference, you are required to submit a copy of your DD214 (member copy#4), or an equivalent document which serves as a certificate of release or discharge, and/or other supporting documentation as required by the Florida Administrative Code depending upon the category under which preference is being claimed. Documents submitted for previous applications will not carry over. Documentation must be received PRIOR TO THE ANNOUNCEMENT CLOSING DATE.