The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is looking for the best and brightest to join our team. Our mission includes advocating for investors who seek to secure a future for their family, providing guidance and regulations for the nations securities industry in an increasingly global market, and taking action with an eye toward promoting the capital formation necessary to sustain economic growth.
A career with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) offers work that is exciting, challenging and rewarding. You can contribute to securities regulation and enforcement while making a positive difference for the American investing public. The SEC provides:
- Careers that broaden and deepen your already accomplished knowledge, skills and abilities;
- An environment that allows you to work and learn with the nations experts;
- Benefits, compensation and career expansion opportunities; and
- A balance between your professional and family life.
To find out more about the SEC, go to http://www.sec.gov.
The SEC offers a number of enhanced pay and benefits plus the standard Federal benefits:
- Paid dental and vision insurance;
- Subsidy for health insurance, which supplements your health benefits premiums by $25 for self-only coverage and by $50 for family coverage;
- Domestic Partner Health Insurance Reimbursement Program;
- Mass transportation subsidy;
- "WorkSmart" - Opportunities for flexible work schedules and expanded telework
This position is located in the Denver Regional Office, Office of the Associate Regional Director (Enforcement) located in Denver, CO.
The Associate Regional Director (Enforcement) , under the general direction of the Regional Director, plans and establishes policy for the enforcement program of the Denver Regional Office (DRO) and directs, coordinates, controls, and evaluates the performance of staff operations in this area.
Typical duties include:
- Participating with appropriate divisions in the headquarters office in planning and evaluating the overall program of the Region with respect to enforcement matters.
- Investigating and litigating alleged violations of the federal securities laws within the DRO's jurisdiction.
- Identifying and evaluating the types of practices engaged in, their significance under the laws and regulations administered by the Commission, and determining of appropriate procedures or remedies to be applied.
- Managing resources, overseeing investigative strategies, approving prospective recommendations to the Commission, reviewing Commission memoranda and court pleadings, and training of staff attorneys.
- Managing and participating in certain significant and complex investigations and litigation.
- Representing the Commission in dealings with the public and the news media.
- Performing the full range of supervisory duties, including evaluating employee performance; making recommendations for appointment and promotion; hearing and resolving complaints; identifying development and training needs of employees; and other related supervisory tasks.
- Supervising the activities of staff members in connection with administrative proceedings before agency Administrative Law Judges, before the Commission and in connection with actions filed in federal district court on matters under the jurisdiction of the regional office.
- Contacting and collaborating with high-ranking officials from other federal agencies and departments of government, congressional staff officials, state officials and/or executives of comparable private sector organizations.