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Current Employment Opportunities

  • Executive Secretary I-Executive Office: Philadelphia (12340013)

    This is highly responsible staff work within the Executive Office. The Executive Secretary (ES) is responsible for a variety of assignments involving the coordination and control of activities within the Office. The ES relieves the Section Chief or the Executive Staff Member of a number and variety of details relative to the control of the work agenda, the gathering of informational summaries and materials for meetings, the processing of correspondence, and the preparation of travel itinerary and related travel invoices and documents. The employee controls the flow of correspondence for the Section Chief’s or Executive’s signature that requires a timely response. Work involves contacts with officials of both the public and private sectors who have transactions with the Office. Work is performed independently under the direction of the Section Chief or Executive and is reviewed for accuracy, timeliness, and compliance with policy and procedures. For more information on this position, click here.

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    Clerk Typist II-Charitable Trusts & Organizations Section: Philadelphia (00262576)

    An employee in this class performs clerical work of moderate complexity which requires the utilization of typing skills and the processing of a variety of documents, including, but not limited to; correspondence, reports, transactions and transmittals, and similar documents as well as verifying information, performing arithmetic calculations, and assisting the public in completing governmental forms. Work assignments will involve providing secretarial services to one or more individuals as well as data entry and document management through computer terminals and electronic scanning equipment. Work may involve providing training and guidance to new employees and fulfilling a lead worker role for routine clerical operations. Work is subject to periodic changes in operating procedures and requires some adaptability to shifts in work schedule. Employees work with considerable independence within standard operating procedures, however, detailed supervisory guidance and review is received for new or unusual situations and changes in operating procedures and policies. For more information on this position, click here.

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    Clerk Typist II-Litigation Section: Pittsburgh (00027527)

    This is moderately complex clerical work involving the typing and processing of documents in a variety of functions.  An employee in this class performs clerical work of moderate complexity which requires the utilization of typing skills and the processing of a variety of documents which include the verification of information, performing arithmetic calculations, coding, and assisting the public in completing governmental forms.  Work involves the skilled typing of correspondence, reports, transaction, and transmittals, and similar documents as part of the clerical documents processing of an office or functional activity.   For more information on this position, click here.

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    Executive Secretary-Constituent Services Section: Harrisburg (00262550)

    The Office of Attorney General seeks an Executive Secretary (“ES”).  This is a highly responsible staff position within the Executive Office and the Constituent Services section within the Office of Public Engagement (OPE). As a member of Constituent Services, the Executive Secretary (ES) is responsible for working with a team to review and control the flow of correspondence from constituents and addressed to the Office of Attorney General. The ES prepares a timely written response to the correspondence for the signature of the Executive Deputy Attorney General (EDAG) for Public Engagement. The ES is also responsible for working as a receptionist in the Executive Office and to handle telephone calls from constituents, members of the OAG, and others.  As a member of OPE, the ES may also be assigned a variety of assignments involving the coordination and control of activities within the Office. The ES may be requested to relieve members of the Executive Staff of tasks including, but not limited to: (1) the gathering of informational summaries and materials for meetings; and (2) the processing of correspondence. The ES will often work with officials of both the public and private sectors who have transactions with the Office.  Duties are performed independently under the direction of the EDAG or other supervisor and are reviewed for accuracy, timeliness, and compliance with policy and procedures. For more information on this position, click here.

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    Forensic Accountant-Litigation Support Section: Harrisburg (50326982)

    The Office of Attorney General seeks a Forensic Accountant (“FA”).  This is an entry-level position charged with performing professional accounting and analytical work necessary to meet agency investigatory and prosecutorial goals.  The FA will be tasked with cases and projects arising out of the Criminal, Civil, and Public Protection Divisions and provides a variety of accounting services including; financial investigations, formation of expert opinions, critique of opposing expert opinions, and expert testimony, as necessary.  For more information on this position, click  here.

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    Diversity and Inclusion Officer – Harrisburg (30000002)

    The Office of the Attorney General seeks a Diversity and Inclusion Officer with specialization in diversity recruitment, outreach, selection and inclusion. This position will work with OAG staff to improve opportunities for a more inclusive workforce related to race, ethnicity, disability, gender, gender identity and sexual orientation.  Applicants should have experience in recommending comprehensive and specific strategies that comport with best practices to help build a more inclusive workplace and must develop and maintain relationships with schools, professional organizations and the community and implement outreach efforts that will encourage diverse hiring.  Applicants should have 5 years of experience in outreach initiatives and/or diversity recruitment efforts, including attracting and maintaining a diverse workforce, and 2 years managerial experience in this field  For more information on this position, click here.

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     The Office of Attorney General is an Equal Opportunity Employer.