The City of Oakland Public Ethics Commission is currently recruiting an Enforcement Chief. Under the general direction of the Executive Director, the Enforcement Chief leads the Public Ethics Commission's enforcement program; supervises investigative staff; serves as chief analyst in drafting legal analyses, reviewing investigative reports, and making recommendations regarding laws and regulations within the jurisdiction of the Public Ethics Commission; and performs other duties as assigned.
The ideal candidate will have experience investigating or prosecuting administrative or criminal law violations, particularly in the area of government ethics, lobbyist registration, transparency, and campaign finance laws.
The Public Ethics Commission (PEC) is an independent commission made up of Oakland residents dedicated to ensuring Oakland government is open, honest, fair, and trustworthy. The Commission acts as a guiding light and a watchdog to safeguard compliance with government ethics, campaign finance, lobbying, and transparency laws.