Department of Justice
$9,210.00 – $13,062.00
Final Filing Date: 1/24/2019
The Health Quality Enforcement Section (HQE) handles a broad range of administrative, civil and general legal matters on behalf of a number of state licensing agencies in actions involving licensed health care professionals, including physicians and surgeons, psychologists, respiratory care practitioners, and others. This is a fast-paced section, and Deputies handle a rigorous caseload.
HQE Deputies handle administrative licensing discipline cases before state licensing boards, including initial case assessment, drafting of accusations and other pleadings, case settlements, and administrative hearings before the Office of Administrative Hearings. Deputies handle writs of mandate in the superior courts, as well as occasional appeals in the courts of appeal and emergency injunctive proceedings involving dangerous physicians, psychologists, podiatrists, and other health care providers. HQE Deputies enforce investigative subpoenas in the superior courts, and represent client agencies and employees in civil litigation involving constitutional and other issues in state and federal courts. HQE Deputies also perform legislative analyses on behalf of the Attorney General and client agencies, and serve as liaisons to client agencies. Deputies are responsible for maintaining up-to-date case information in the ProLaw case management system. Travel within the State may be required.
You will find the Minimum Requirements in the Class Specification.
DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL III
$9,210.00 – $11,815.00
San Francisco County
Permanent, Full Time
Equal Opportunity Employer
The State of California is an equal opportunity employer to all, regardless of age, ancestry, color, disability (mental and physical), exercising the right to family care and medical leave, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, military or veteran status, national origin, political affiliation, race, religious creed, sex (includes pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding and related medical conditions), and sexual orientation.
It is an objective of the State of California to achieve a drug-free work place. Any applicant for state employment will be expected to behave in accordance with this objective because the use of illegal drugs is inconsistent with the law of the State, the rules governing Civil Service, and the special trust placed in public servants.