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 the 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.
Candidates must have managerial experience and strong analytical and interpersonal skills, knowledge of governmental processes, and a familiarity with ethical guidance. A law degree or post-graduate degree is preferred, and a minimum of 10 years full-time working experience is required.
Salary will be commensurate with experience.
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Interested applicants should submit their resumes and writing samples, in confidence to:
c/o the New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics
Albany, New York 12207
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Hearing officers are and will only be called upon as needed, on a case-by-case basis, and compensated for their service on a per diem basis.
Location: Preside over matters in Albany, New York City, or Buffalo
The New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics ("the Commission") seeks applicants to serve as independent and impartial hearing officers to oversee the adjudication of Commission matters as needed.
The Commission has broad regulatory authority and oversight over officers and employees at State agencies and departments, including commissions, boards, State public benefit corporations, public authorities, SUNY, CUNY, and the statutory closely-affiliations corporations; the four statewide elected officials and members of the Legislature (and candidates for those offices); employees of the Legislature; certain political party chairpersons; and registered lobbyists and their clients.
Hearing officers, selected at random, would preside over formal hearings, render decisions on certain appeals, and consider questions of fact and of law in connection with administrative proceedings of and applications to the Commission. Such matters would concern alleged violations of §§ 73, 73-a, and 74 of the Public Officers Law, § 107 of the Civil Service Law, and Article one-A of the Legislative Law in accordance with the Adjudicatory Proceedings and Appeals Procedures adopted by the Commission, set forth in 19 NYCRR 941.
Law degree required
At least 10 years of legal experience required, including trial and/or arbitration experience
Judicial/hearing officer experience preferred
Eligible candidates are requested to submit a resume to:
New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics
25 Beaver Street, 7th Floor
New York, NY 10004
Attn: Monica J. Stamm, General Counsel