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Wednesday, January 25, 2006

IRS Office of Chief Counsel (CT) Seeks Attorneys in Various Offices

Irs_logo_190The IRS's Office of Chief Counsel is seeking to fill attorney positions in the Criminal Tax Division in the following offices:

        • Austin, TX
        • Cincinnati, OH
        • Greensboro, NC
        • Houston, TX
        • Las Vegas, NV
        • Los Angeles, CA
        • New York, NY
        • Phoenix, AZ

Attorneys in the Division Counsel/Associate Chief Counsel, Criminal Tax, serve in over 30 offices located in cities across the country. The 70-plus Criminal Tax attorneys are responsible for advising and counseling the IRS Special Agents in Charge in all areas of the Criminal Tax function, including tax, currency and money laundering crimes and criminal procedure. They also provide legal counsel on investigative matters such as administrative and grand jury investigations, undercover operations, electronic surveillance, search warrants and forfeitures, the referral of cases to the Department of Justice for grand jury investigation, criminal prosecution, and the commencement of forfeitures. Criminal Tax attorneys also coordinate with other offices within the IRS and the Office of Chief Counsel on all matters involving Criminal Tax.

Major Duties:  The Office of Chief Counsel, IRS seeks an attorney to fill a position in the Criminal Tax (CT) business unit. The Office of Chief Counsel, IRS serves as independent counsel to the IRS Commissioner and furnishes legal advice and representation, nationwide, on matters related to the administration and enforcement of Internal Revenue laws.

Salary:  $55,360 - $101,130.

Application Deadline:  Today.

For further details, see here.

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