Job Overview

Summary

About the Agency

This is a part-time position of 20 hours a week.

The Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS) and its High Technology Investigative Unit (HTIU) are the nation?s experts in prosecuting child exploitation cases, and in investigating high-technology child exploitation crimes. CEOS is dynamic, result-driven, and strongly focused on making the most meaningful prosecutions in its subject areas. CEOS attorneys and HTIU digital investigative analysts help lead the Department of Justice?s efforts to continuously improve the enforcement of federal child exploitation laws and prevent the exploitation of children. CEOS attorneys and HTIU digital investigative analysts investigate and prosecute defendants who have violated federal child exploitation laws and also assist the 94 United States Attorney Offices in investigations, trials, and appeals related to these offenses. In addition, CEOS attorneys and HTIU digital investigative analysts perform other vital functions within the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice, including providing advice and training to federal prosecutors, law enforcement personnel and government officials, and participating in national and international meetings on training and policy development. CEOS also works to develop and refine proposals for prosecution policies, legislation, government practices, and agency regulations. In all aspects of their work, CEOS attorneys and HTIU digital investigative analysts seek to blend investigative and prosecutorial experience with policy expertise in order to create innovative solutions to the threats posed by those who violate federal child exploitation laws.

Duties

As an Attorney Advisor with CEOS, your duties will include training, outreach, policy, and other programmatic responsibilities, to include:

  • Management of CEOS?s case summary digest, newsletter and other informational materials for publication to U.S. Attorneys? Offices and federal law enforcement partners, including the development, drafting and editing of articles, and the coordination of such work by CEOS?s trial attorneys.
  • Development and maintenance of the content of CEOS?s external and internal websites.
  • Development, presentation, and coordination of trainings and seminars for CEOS staff, U.S. Attorneys? Offices, federal law enforcement partners, and others, including trainings conducted at the National Advocacy Center and trainings and presentations for foreign visitors coordinated through the Office of Overseas Prosecutorial Development, Assistance and Training.
  • Supporting Section management in policy, legislation, and guidance matters as assigned.
  • Drafting and editing of letters in response to correspondence from members of Congress, private citizens, companies, and other organizations.
  • Coordinating CEOS?s responses to requests pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
  • Representing CEOS at interagency task force and working group meetings.
  • Supporting CEOS?s law student and undergraduate student internship program, and the interns who provide necessary and significant research, writing, and other assistance in the Section?s critical investigations and prosecutions.

Travel Required

  • Occasional Travel
  • Occasional travel will be required.

Relocation Authorized

  • No