Office Of The Illinois Attorney General

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Assistant Attorneys General investigate workers compensation claims and appear in front of the Illinois Workers Compensation Commission.

Attorneys in the Child Support Enforcement Division represent the Department of Healthcare and Family and the Department of Human Services.

Office of the Illinois Attorney General Chicago, IL 60601 $37,728 - $48,672 a year 30+ days ago

Office of the Illinois Attorney General. Attendance is an essential function of this position and the ability to maintain satisfactory working relationships

Office of the Illinois Attorney General Chicago, IL 60601 $41,004 - $51,948 a year 8 days ago

Office of the Attorney General. Serves as resource in areas of general and/or specialized knowledge; attending meetings; assisting in preparation of public

Performs responsible legal secretarial and clerical work requiring a basic knowledge of legal terminology and court procedures; types memoranda, depositions,

Candidates must be licensed to practice law by the State of Illinois and have 2 or more years of post-graduation litigation experience.

Office of the Illinois Attorney General Chicago, IL 60601 $41,004 - $51,984 a year 30+ days ago

Office of the Attorney General. Maintains accurate data by documenting all incoming telephone contacts, the nature of the call and the ultimate outcome, tracks

The General Law Bureau of the Illinois Attorney Generals Office is seeking attorneys with sound judgment and excellent research and writing skills.

Requires the ability to exercise independent judgement consistent with the policies and procedures of the Office. Office of the Illinois Attorney General.

Office of the Attorney General. Ability to maintain satisfactory working relationships with other employees and the general public required.

Requires working knowledge of proper procedures and the most efficient method of setting up systems for end user applications.

Under the direction of the Director and the Chief of Investigations in the Medicaid Fraud Control Bureau, the Deputy Chief of Investigation is responsible for

Office of the Illinois Attorney General. Knowledge of the Microsoft products and certifications are a plus. Additional responsibilities include: the ability to

Office of the Illinois Attorney General. Knowledge, skill and mental development equivalent to completion of 4 years of high school and 1 year general clerical

Answers questions and requests of the general public, supervisory and litigation staff; serving as a resource in areas of generalized and/or specialized