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Midlands Technical College – Attorney V
Opening Date: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 Closing Date: Thursday, May 24, 2018
State Salary Range: $71,982 – $133,179 Agency Hiring Range: $71,982 – $102,580
Job Type: FTE- Full-time Equivalent Location: Beltline Campus
Work Schedule: Monday-Thursday – 8:00 am – 5:00 pm; Friday – 8:00 am – 1:30 pm
Agency Specific Application Procedures: apply online at www.jobs.sc.gov. Search by agency, select Midlands Technical College, and click on the posting for the Attorney V.
Serves as general legal counsel for the College and related entities by providing legal advice and guidance to the Commission, Executive Council, and other College officials regarding complex legal matters, policies and procedures and helps ensure College operations are consistent with local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Other areas of responsibility include governmental & external affairs, training for management and staff as needed, strategic planning & analysis, policy development and implementation on executive level projects.
Provides legal advice and assistance to the Commission, the Executive Council, Enterprise Campus Authority, MTC Foundation and other College officials on complex legal matters, policy questions and operational procedures. Analyzes, interprets, advises and informs the President or other Executive Council members on local, state and federal laws and regulations as it relates to a variety of legal issues to include operational, compliance, contractual, employment and student related matters. Ensures that the College is in compliance with state and federal regulations and mandates governing higher education entities and represents the College with grievances and other litigation matters. Participates in executive level decisions as requested. Member of Executive Council, attends Commission and Commission Committee meetings and Enterprise Campus Authority Board and Committee meetings. Attends MTC Foundation meetings as needed.
Reviews, drafts and advises College on contractual matters, review/draft legislation, policies and procedures, processes, and publications as needed. Conduct research on legal matters as required. Drafts, reviews and responds to legal inquiries of the college. Recommends, develops and implements policy and procedure.
Directs and/or executes legal related governmental/external affairs, special events, projects, assignments or investigations which may be particularly sensitive and/or confidential or which involve multiple divisions within the College. Performs other related duties as Attorney/General Counsel of the College such as representing the College in litigations and before court; Serves as the Freedom of Information Act Officer; and Responsible for the selection, development and supervision of employees assigned to the General Counsel Department.
Midlands Technical College is dedicated to providing excellent service to its students, employees, and the community. In doing so, all MTC employees will take two Service Excellence courses; Service Excellence is a college-wide program to enhance our collective efforts of ensuring MTC is a first-choice college.
Must be a member of the South Carolina Bar in good standing; admitted to the US District Court for the District of SC. Requires a juris doctorate degree or its equivalent from an accredited law school and experience practicing as an attorney (preferably five years of experience practicing law in the private/public sector). Supervisory experience is essential.
Higher education experience is desired. Experience representing employers is preferred.
SOUTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
SENIOR STATE TAX ATTORNEY
OPENING DATE: 03/21/18 CLOSING DATE: Continuous
JOB TITLE: Senior State Tax Attorney POSITION NUMBER: 60033085
STATE SALARY RANGE: $59,161.00 – $109,457.00 Annually AGENCY HIRING RANGE – MIN: 80,000
LOCATION: Lexington County, South Carolina JOB TYPE: FTE – Full-Time
NORMAL WORK SCHEDULE: Monday – Friday (8:30 – 5:00)
AGENCY SPECIFIC APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Apply online. Submit law school transcripts and a writing sample. Complete the application to include all current and previous work history and education. A resume may be included but not substituted for completing the entire application. Applicants for previous postings must re-apply to be considered.
The mission of the Office of General Counsel is to provide legal advice and guidance to the Director, all divisions, and to the public regarding legal, tax, and risk management issues. The Office of General Counsel works to ensure the Department is in compliance with all federal and state laws and regulations, warranting the highest degree of public confidence in the Department’s integrity, effectiveness, and fairness. The Department’s Policy and procurement sections are housed under the Office of General Counsel.
Under limited supervision, provides the Agency with assistance in developing, analyzing, recommending, implementing, and disseminating policies and procedures. Makes recommendations to the Agency for the uniform legal interpretations and enforcement of the State’s tax law. Researches, drafts, reviews, consults with those affected, recommends and disseminates complex formal advisory opinions (revenue rulings, revenue procedures, and private letter rulings), and conducts public conferences on proposed advisory opinions.
Enhances voluntary compliance by writing, editing, and publishing legislative summaries, complex tax manuals, or publications; and by answering comprehensive questionnaires, etc. Represents the Policy Section or the Department in various meetings and conferences with government officials and others with respect to legislation, interpretations of legislation, and other tax and regulatory policy matters. Provides formal and informal legal and tax advice on legislation, proposed legislation, and/or technical interpretations with respect to complex issues and factual situations to tax and other professionals, taxpayers, other divisions within the Agency, and other state agencies.
Researches, develops, and drafts legislation and regulations and/or recommends changes to existing laws and regulations, with the objective of strengthening voluntary compliance, enhancing regional competitiveness, and enhancing uniformity and reciprocity of laws between states. Manages a specialized area of policy and taxation and trains others in the Policy Section with respect to these specialized areas.
MINIMUM AND ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
A juris doctor degree and four years practicing as an attorney in tax or related area. Must be a member in good standing with the SC Bar.
Law school transcripts and a writing sample required. These documents may be attached to the application, faxed to 803-896-0023, or emailed to Employment.SCDOR@dor.sc.gov.
Institutions of Higher Learning must be recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
Seven years or more of advanced work experience in federal and/or state income taxation, including a strong working knowledge of pass-through entities and corporate taxation. Significant educational training in taxation, such as an L.L.M. in Taxation or a CPA License and a strong work experience in individual and corporate income taxation. Strong legal research, writing, and analytical skills. Ability to communicate complex tax issues and public speaking skills.
ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: SCDOR employees are required to be in compliance with all SCDOR tax requirements and are subject to a National Criminal Background Check to include fingerprinting.
APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED AND FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.jobs.sc.gov OR 300 A Outlet Pointe Blvd, Columbia, SC 29210
Richland County Probate Court
Posted on behalf of: The Honorable Amy W. McCulloch,
The Richland County Probate Court, 1701 Main Street, Columbia, S.C., has openings for two (2) full-time estate clerk positions and four (4) part-time positions. Full-time positions provide health insurance coverage and county employees participate in the Public Employee Benefits Authority (PEBA) retirement program. The salary for full-time positions is based on a salary range set by County Council and pay will be based on education and experience. Part-time positions pay between $10 and $15 per hour, depending on education and experience. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
All interested applicants are encouraged to apply, including individuals returning to the workforce; new college graduates; current law students seeking part-time work; undergraduate or technical college students studying paralegal studies, sociology, social work, psychology, or criminal justice.
For additional information, interested applicants may contact:
Ms. Lori Elrod, Clerk of Probate for Richland County Probate Court
Résumés can be submitted directly to Ms. Elrod’s e-mail address.
Submitted by the Honorable Jacqueline D. Belton
Associate Probate Judge & Mental Health Court Judge
Richland County Probate Court
Phone: 803-576-1962 (GC Division), 803-576-1997 (Chambers)