The Office of International Affairs (OIA) is seeking interns for the Winter/Spring 2020 semester.Learn more about this agency
OIA returns fugitives to face justice, transfers sentenced persons to serve their sentences in their home countries and obtains essential evidence for criminal investigations and prosecution worldwide by working with domestic partners and foreign counterparts to facilitate the cooperation necessary to enforce the law, advance public safety, and achieve justice.
Undergraduate (UG), graduate (G), and/or law school (LS) interns serve on the following OIA teams.
- Cyber (UG): Assists foreign authorities to secure electronic evidence from U.S.-based electronic service providers in support of criminal investigations and prosecutions.
- Incoming Mutual Legal Assistance (UG, G, and LS): Assists foreign authorities to secure non-electronic evidence (records, interviews, testimony, etc.) in support of criminal investigations and prosecutions.
- Litigation & Legal Policy (LS): Oversees the litigation of all international extradition matters in U.S. courts, including analyzing extradition requests prior to referral to a U.S. Attorney's Office, participating in extradition matters in active litigation, and developing a nationwide strategy for extradition litigation.
- Policy, Coordination, and Strategic Engagement (UG, G, and LS): Responsible for developing OIA's positions on important policy, legislative, and multilateral matters and engagements and serves as the coordinating authority for OIA by ensuring that a unified and consistent OIA position is developed for issues and activities involving more than one team.
- International Prisoner Transfer (UG, G, and LS): Administers the program that allows convicted foreign nationals sentenced in the U.S. and Americans sentenced abroad to transfer to their home country to serve their sentence provided statutory and treaty requirements are satisfied.
- Management & Administration (UG and G): Conducts project management, business operations, and data analytics support to improve the organization's ability to meet and exceed the demands of our mission.
- Regional Teams (UG, G and LS): Assists U.S. prosecutors in securing the return of fugitives from the regions below to face justice in the U.S., and coordinates with foreign authorities to share evidence with U.S. prosecutors for use in criminal investigations and prosecutions. Also assists foreign authorities in securing the extradition of fugitives from the U.S. There are five regional teams:
- Europe & Eurasia
- Mexico , Central America, & Spanish-speaking Caribbean
- Asia/Pacific, Africa, & the Middle East
- Canada & English-speaking Caribbean
- South America
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This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/492065100. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.