Associate Legal Counsel II
NC State Agency needs attorney to serve as Associate Legal Counsel II to prosecute cases before the Commission involving allegations of violations of Real Estate License Law and Commission rules. License to practice law in the State of North Carolina and responsible professional experience required. $75,324 - $86,788, plus excellent benefits. Must reside in Raleigh area.
Distinguishing Features of the Class
Employees in this class perform legal services for areas of law that are limited in scope and complexity in comparison with the Senior Attorney level, may assist higher level attorneys with cases, serves as legal counsel for the Commission on simple disciplinary cases and in civil litigation, conducts settlement negotiations, and may manage investigations conducted by Commission auditor/investigators. Work involves providing advice to non-attorney complaint and information staff on cases, investigating consumer complaints, and writing informational materials on legal matters. Employee prepares legal documents and presents cases to the Commission. Employee conducts legal research in the law relating to licensing and professional discipline, and keeps informed of Commission policies and actions. Independent professional judgment, initiative and public contact skills are essential in performing various duties. Work requires considerable knowledge of State real estate laws and Commission policies and rules, as well as strong analytical skills. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Director and Assistant Director of Regulatory Affairs and is reviewed through discussion, results achieved, and feedback from the Commission, licensees and the public.
Application deadline September 13.
NC Real Estate Commission. EOE.