Duties Description The New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics (the Commission) seeks an Executive Director (ED).
Pursuant to Executive Law §94, the Commission appoints the Executive Director to lead and manage the Commission’s staff and its activities and charges the ED with primary responsibility for the daily administration of the laws over which the Commission has jurisdiction — Public Officers §§73, 73-a (relating to financial disclosure statements), and 74 (“Code of Ethics”), Civil Service Law §107 (“Little Hatch Act”) and Legislative Article 1-a (“The Lobbying Act”).
The ED, among other duties: supervises and appoints staff (over 50 employees in three offices); drafts regulations, opinions, and advice; oversees audits of financial disclosure statements and Lobbying Act filings; investigates violations of the laws the Commission enforces; works with State agencies and lobbying community to comply with the law through education and training initiatives; prepares annual budget; has regular interaction with 14 Commissioners; and otherwise oversees all aspects of the administration of the Commission. The position is in both Albany, New York and New York City.
Salary will be commensurate with experience.
For additional detail on the job responsibilities, see JCOPE's website.
Interested applicants should, by June 28, 2019, submit their resumes and writing samples, in confidence to: by mail, Holly Levy, c/o the New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics, 540 Broadway, Albany, New York 12207; or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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