Attorney Advisor, Southeast Europe and the Caucasus
U.S. Department of Commerce, Commercial Law Development Program (CLDP)
About the organization
Established in 1992, CLDP is a division of the U.S. Department of Commerce that helps achieve U.S. foreign policy goals in developing and post-conflict countries through commercial legal reforms. CLDP’s unique, government-to-government technical assistance draws upon highly-experienced regulators, judges, policymakers, business leaders and attorneys from both the public and private sectors to deliver results that make meaningful and lasting changes to the legal and business environments of our host countries.
More information about CLDP can be found at: http://cldp.doc.gov/.
CLDP attorneys are the primary implementers for the Office of General Counsel’s international development programs. In this position, you will consult with other agencies of the U.S. government and foreign government officials, assess development needs, and design and implement assistance programs. The major geographical focus of the programming will be Southeast Europe (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Albania) and the Caucasus (Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan). The attorney’s work will require travel to countries throughout Europe.
• At least 3 years of prior legal experience involving commercial or trade law or development.
• Fluency in Russian, Bosnian-Serbian-Croatian (BSC), Albanian, Turkish, or other Slavic language preferred but not required.
• Prior experience working with foreign governments or international organizations is desirable.
• Must be a United States Citizen and registered for Selective Service if applicable (www.sss.gov).
• Must be able to verify active bar membership in good standing in at least one U.S. jurisdiction.
• Must be able to obtain a Secret clearance.
GS-12 to GS-14
Contact email: [email protected]
1. Cover letter
3. Proof of Non-Competitive Eligibility (if applicable)
Equal Opportunity Employment
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