Closing Date: 2nd May, 2024


Duties: Under administrative direction of the Executive Director of the Office of Public Integrity and Accountability (OPIA), the Director of the Integrity Bureau, the Bureau Chief and other supervisory officials within OPIA, assists in the supervision of the Bureau, both litigation and administrative; oversight of investigations and the prosecution of cases handled by the Bureau; reviews and approves legal applications and pleadings; interprets and enforces laws, regulations and other official instrumentalities; coordinates legal activities with federal and local jurisdictions and with other State entities; conducts attorney case reviews and evaluations. This position may also require non-traditional work hours, on an as needed basis, including evenings and weekends on short deadlines for certain assignments, with or without advance notice, and may require travel to perform the aforementioned responsibilities; performs other related work as required.

  • Education: Graduation from an accredited law school with a Juris Doctor. Admission to practice as an Attorney at Law in the State of New Jersey is required.
  • Experience: Four (4) years of experience as a practicing attorney, one (1) year of which shall have been in a supervisory capacity.
  • License: Appointee will be required to possess a driver's license valid in New Jersey
  • Preference: Preference will be given to candidates with supervisory leadership experience and extensive litigation experience.
  • Same Applicants: If you are applying under the NJ CSC “SAME” program, your Schedule A or B letter must be submitted along with your resume and any other required supporting documents indicated on the announcement by the closing date indicated below. For more information on the SAME Program email:, or call CSC at (609) 292-4144, option 3.
  • Resume Note: Eligibility determinations will be based upon information presented in resume only. Applicants who possess foreign degrees (degrees earned outside of the U.S.) are required to provide an evaluation indicating its U.S. equivalency prior to the closing date. Failure to do so will result in your ineligibility.
  • All offers of employment are conditional subject to the applicant agreeing to and then passing a background check that may include fingerprinting.