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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 C al DOJ areers SUBMIT APPLICATION PACKAGES TO : For nearly 150 years, the Office of the Attorney General, Department of Justice, has served as the people's own law office and California's leader in law enforcement and crime prevention. While the department has taken on many challenges and new responsibilities over the years, DOJ employees have earned an outstanding reputation for meeting the highest professional standards, providing great service, and demonstrating courageous leadership and a commitment to excellence to the people of California Natural Resources Law SectionLocation: Los Angeles Natural Resources Law SectionAttn: Eric M. Katz300 So. Spring StreetLos Angeles, CA 90013 For nearly 150 years, the California Department of Justice has served as the peoples own law office and Californias leader in law enforcement and crime prevention. Our employees have earned an outstanding reputation for meeting the highest professional standards, providing great service, and a commitmentof excellence to the people of California. The DOJ provides a forum for you to use your talent and passion, to develop yourself and make an impact. Find out how you can be a part of the DOJ. For nearly 150 years, the California Department of Justice has served as the peoples own law office and Californias leader in law enforcement and crime prevention. Our employees have earned an outstanding reputation for meeting the highest professional standards, providing great service, and a commitment of excellence to the people of California. The DOJ provides a forum for you to use your talent and passion, to developyourself and make an impact. Find out how you can be a part of the DOJ. HOW TO APPLY WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR? WHO ARE WE? Completed State Application (Form STD 678)**Be sure to indicate the basis of your eligibility in the Explanation sectionResumeWriting Sample Experience assisting attorneys with all phases of litigation.Knowledge of, and skills with the discovery process.Knowledge of and skills with the operation of electronic information management systems and litigation support software for large-case and complex litigation.Ability to work independently, take initiative, work under time constraints, and be dependable and flexible.Strong writing, analytical and organizational skills are preferred. Interest in environmental matters and a background in science are desirable, but not required. Submit applications by to the address listed below. In your application package please submit the following: Visit www.oag.ca.gov/careers for an official copy of the job bulletin April 8, 2015 Desired Qualifications include: As a legal analyst in the Natural Resources Law Section you will provide paralegal litigation support for cases that involve air pollution, water quality standards, CEQA, endangered species, water rights andwater supply, fire suppression cost recovery, landfills, pesticide standards, agricultural matters, and business matters. The successful candidate's duties may include, but are not limited to, managingvoluminous documents using electronic databases and complex litigation support software, gatheringand analyzing facts and evidence, directing witnesses in preparation of trial, handling administrativecases with attorneys, researching, identifying, and managing expert witnesses, summarizing depositiontranscripts, organizing evidence for depositions and trial, assisting counsel at depositions and trialincluding the use of software in the courtroom, researching complex legal issues and drafting legal documents, and various other litigation support functions. Travel may be required. LEGAL ANALYST Salary Range A $3918.00-$4906.00 May consider Senior Legal Analyst classification levels. Scan to completeyour State Application
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