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130-18 Assistant Counsel - BRAC AttorneySan Diego, CA12/28/2018NAVFAC (San Diego, CA)GS-14
Assistant Counsel - BRAC Attorney
The primary purpose of this position is to support the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Project Management Office responsible for the disposal of Navy-owned properties in the United States that have been or will be closed pursuant to the BRAC process. Duties of the selected attorney will be flexible and may include real estate, environmental, contract and utilities law as well as other OGC practice areas. However, it is anticipated that that the principal practice areas will be in environmental law and federal real estate law.
134-18 Assistant/Associate Counsel Port Hueneme, CA12/14/2018Naval Surface Warfare Center (Port Hueneme, CA)GS-11/12/13/14/15
Assistant/Associate Counsel
The successful candidate for the Assistant/Associate Counsel position will be expected to practice primarily in CPL/labor law or federal acquisition law, and also in one or more of the following practice areas: ethics and standards of conduct, the Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act, fiscal law and environmental law.
143-18 Associate CounselNAVSUP, Mechanicsburg, PA12/19/2018Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP, Mechanicsburg, PA)GS-15
Associate Counsel
The NAVSUP Office of Counsel has a varied and complex workload covering the full spectrum of OGC practice areas including federal acquisition law, civilian personnel law, equal employment opportunity, labor management relations, arbitration, litigation, and client counseling as well as ethics, privacy, Freedom of Information and fiscal law. The successful candidate for this Associate Counsel supervisory position will be expected to support all of these areas with an emphasis in the areas of federal acquisition law, ethics, litigation, FOIA and privacy law.
147-18 Attorney-AdvisorNAVFAC Marianas, Guam12/24/2018Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Marianas (NAVFAC Marianas, Guam)GS-11/12/13/14
Attorney-Advisor
The primary duties of the position will involve federal acquisition law, and to a lesser extent, fiscal, environmental, real estate, and civilian personnel law. Duties may also include cybersecurity, third-party financed energy projects, safety law including explosives safety, labor law, litigation, ethics/standards of conduct, personal property accountability, data rights, international law and interagency support agreements.
148-18 CounselPort Hueneme Division, CA12/10/2018Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division, CAGS-15
Counsel
The NSWC Port Hueneme Office of Counsel employs five attorneys and has a varied workload. The Counsel, NSWC Port Hueneme, will lead the office and supervise four attorneys, one paralegal assistant, and one legal assistant. The office's primary practice areas are federal acquisition law and civilian personnel law (CPL) and labor law, and the office advises on a wide range of legal issues in other OGC practice areas, including ethics and standards of conduct, fiscal law, the Freedom of Information and Privacy Acts, and intellectual property law.  In addition to managing and supervising the office, the successful candidate will be expected to carry their own significant workload in federal acquisition law and CPL.
149-18 Supervisory AttorneyArlington, VA1/4/2019 Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR, Arlington, VA)GS-15
Supervisory Attorney
The attorney selected to fill this position will provide the full range of legal and business advice to the PEO (a three star billet), with a primary focus on procurement and fiscal law, major systems acquisitions, data rights, international co-operative program/foreign military sales issues and legislative/policy issues. The F-35 legal office often coordinates with attorneys and other officials in the Navy, Air Force, DoD and Department of State concerning matters of mutual interest. The F-35 Legal Department Head also will serve as a member of the NAVAIR Office of Counsel Senior Staff, and will supervise the work of five other attorneys assigned to PEO (F-35).