Associate General Counsel, Office of Litigation Counsel, Department of Defense Office of General Counsel
 
The Department of Defense Office of the General Counsel, Office of Litigation Counsel (LITC), has an immediate need for two attorneys for the position of Associate General Counsel for Litigation.  LITC attorneys provide advice to senior level Department of Defense officials across a wide litigation portfolio.  All LITC attorneys are generalists and are called upon to provide advice, offer litigation oversight, and manage cases across a broad spectrum of subjects including contracts, torts, personnel issues (military and civilian), constitutional questions, international disputes, and FOIA/Privacy Act matters, among others.  We are looking for candidates with a strong legal track record and experience in some or all of these areas.  For one of the two positions, some experience in government personnel and human resources law (civilian and military) would be preferred. 
 
We are accepting resumes until October 14, 2022. To apply, please email resume to dodogcresumebank@mail.mil. The subject line should state “Resume File: [APPLICANT’S LAST NAME, FIRST NAME].”  Please also reference this position in the body of your email.  Questions may be directed to robert.e.easton2.civ@mail.mil.

Defense Intelligence Agency General Counsel (closes 10/17)

https://diajobs.dia.mil/psp/recnprod/APPLICANT/HRMS/c/DI_HOME.DI_SIGNIN.USF?
The General Counsel, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), functions as the chief legal officer of the Agency and leads the operations of the DIA Office of the General Counsel (DIA OGC). DIA OGC is an element of the Defense Legal Service Agency (DLSA) assigned to DIA and is tasked with providing legal advice to the Director, DIA, in his role in that position, as well as HUMINT, MASINT, and OSINT Functional Manager, and All Source Defense Intelligence Enterprise Manager.
Submit unclassified applications to diasemovacancies@dodiis.mil and Angela.Miller@dodiis.mil.
 
National Geospatial and Intelligence Agency General Counsel (closes 10/17)

https://www.nga.mil/careers/Senior_Executive_Positions.html
The General Counsel, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), functions as the chief legal officer of the Agency and leads the operations of the NGA Office of the General Counsel (NGA OGC).  NGA OGC is an element of the Defense Legal Service Agency (DLSA) assigned to NGA and is tasked with providing legal advice to the Director, NGA, in his role in that position, as well as in his roles as Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) Functional Manager and Geospatial Defense Intelligence Enterprise Manager.
Please submit all required documentation via ngaexecutivecareerservice@nga.mil
 
Associate Deputy General Counsel, DoD Office of the Deputy General Counsel (Acquisition & Logistics) (closing date TBD)

The incumbent of this position, under the general supervision of the Deputy General Counsel (A&L), serves as a staff attorney with continuing responsibility for legal matters relating to support of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Industrial Base Policy and the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Industrial Base Resilience. The incumbent also has responsibility for numerous acquisition law matters within the overall responsibility of the General Counsel, DoD.  In particular, incumbent will provide advice on legal and related policy implications of matters relating to or arising out of participation of the Department of Defense in the Committee On Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS). 
 
To apply, please email resume to dodogcresumebank@mail.mil.  The subject line should state “Resume File: [APPLICANT’S LAST NAME, FIRST NAME].”  Please also reference this position in the body of your email.

Associate Deputy General Counsel, Office of the Deputy General Counsel (Environment, Energy, and Installations) (closes TBD)
 
This position is located in the Office of the Deputy General Counsel (Environment, Energy, and Installations (EE&I)) of the Department of Defense (DoD).  Incumbent will advise on legal issues as DoD shifts electricity purchases to carbon pollution-free electricity (CFE) to reduce its contribution to climate change inducing greenhouse gas emissions. CFE includes a range of power sources, including renewable energy like solar, wind and hydropower as well as nuclear energy and fossil fuel power plants that capture and store carbon dioxide emissions.  Operational energy matters include policies and programs to improve energy efficiency and resilience of tactical vehicles.  The incumbent works closely with the Department’s acquisition and fiscal lawyers in these efforts, as well as with energy lawyers at the Military Departments, DoD Components, and other federal and state agencies.
 
To apply, please email resume to dodogcresumebank@mail.mil.  The subject line should state “Resume File: [APPLICANT’S LAST NAME, FIRST NAME].”  Please also reference this position in the body of your email.