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As an Attorney Advisor (General) you must be an active member of the bar of the highest court of a State, U.S. commonwealth, U.S.territory, or the District of Columbia.
This position is part of the DoD OIG Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR). As an Attorney Advisor your typical work assignments may include:
- Conduct sensitive and complex investigations into allegations of misconduct against employees within the OIG.
- Legally analyze complex legal and factual issues to identify applicable rules and standards, determine whether facts support credible allegations of misconduct, and recommend appropriate course of action.
- Conduct legal research to identify each legal element of possible violations.
- Conducts preliminary inquiries to determine whether the facts and allegations have merit.
- Develop investigative action plan and implements approved investigative plan.
- Legally analyze evidence to determine sufficiency of evidence and whether allegations are substantiated.
- Draft concise, coherent reports detailing the allegation(s), facts, standards, legal analysis, and conclusion
- Evaluate facts, circumstances, and misconduct in the context of current policies and procedures and recommend revisions or improvements to prevent future misconduct.
- Examine and evaluate proposed legislation and DoD and OIG policies and instructions to determine impact on OPR operations and authority and to contribute to policy development.
- Develops and maintains professional working relationship with OIG component leadership and employees in an effort to become a trusted, objective resource for all.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel up to 10% for this position.
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