ASSISTANT FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE FILINGS SPECIALIST
The NYS Joint Commission on Public Ethics ("JCOPE") is seeking an Assistant Financial Disclosure Filings Specialist to join its Financial Disclosure Compliance Division. The Financial Disclosure Compliance Division administers JCOPE’s Financial Disclosure Statement (“FDS”) filing program, under which certain state elected officials, officers, and employees are required to file an FDS on an annual basis with JCOPE pursuant to the Public Officers Law. The Assistant Financial Disclosure Filings Specialist assists with the FDS program by, among other things, processing hard-copy filings; updating and maintaining the online filing system; assisting filers; tracking filings; preparing, mailing, logging, and tracking notices for incomplete filings and non-filers; and assisting in coordinating the review of FDS filings for completeness and compliance with the Public Officers Law. The assigned program area of an Assistant Financial Disclosure Filings Specialist may be changed over time as experience is gained to provide experience in all program areas.
The candidate must have excellent communication skills; experience using Microsoft office products and with data entry; strong attention to detail; and good organizational skills for this busy office environment. The candidate should have one to three years' experience in administrative and/or technical support. Post-secondary education is preferred. Technology or database experience recommended.
Interested candidates should submit a current resume and cover letter, and the name, address, phone number and email of three professional references, in confidence, to:
NYS Joint Commission on Public Ethics
Albany, New York 12207
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