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Utah Office of the Attorney General

The Utah Office of the Attorney General, White Collar & Commercial Enforcement Division, has an immediate opening for a criminal prosecutor in the Mortgage & Financial Fraud Unit.  This Unit prosecutes securities fraud, mortgage fraud, and other types of white collar financial crimes. A minimum of three years experience in felony cases is preferred and must practice law as an active member of the Utah State Bar in good standing. Salary is commensurate with experience in conjunction with the Attorney General’s Office career service matrix.  
For more information and to apply for the position, go to the Utah state jobs website at www.statejobs.utah.gov, recruitment number 11666. A resume and cover letter must be uploaded to your profile as part of the application. The deadline for applying is April 3, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. No phone calls please. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  The Office of the Attorney General is an equal employment opportunity employer. Security background checks are completed as a condition of employment

 

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