U.S. Attorney's Office, FBI to hold virtual recruitment event for women
The Boston U.S. Attorney's Office and the FBI will hold a virtual recruitment event for women seeking careers in law enforcement on Tuesday, March 28, from 6-8 p.m.
The event will include presentations on careers offered by the two offices as well as information on how to find job postings and the application process. There will be a panel of women from both the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office with an open Q&A. Guest speakers at the event will be U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts Rachael Rollins and FBI Supervisory Special Agent Meghan King.
Participants must request an invitation and will be selected if they have U.S. citizenship, a bachelor’s degree or higher, and no criminal record. To request an invitation, individuals must send an e-mail confirming their qualifications to BostonApplicants@fbi.gov.
Coordinator of Attorney Services in SJC Clerk's Office for the County of Suffolk
The Supreme Judicial Court is accepting applications for the position of coordinator of attorney services in the Office of the Clerk for Suffolk County.
The coordinator assists the head administrator for attorney services and technology in the management of matters related to attorney admission to the bar, law student practice, foreign attorney limited practice, and foreign legal consultant licensure. Responsibilities include the performance of a broad range of administrative duties to ensure the proper processing, e-filing and management of electronic court documents and case information.
Requirements include a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university or an associate degree combined with at least three years of work experience in an administrative support position. Experience with case docketing, court administrative functions, or e-filing systems is highly desirable.
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