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    Attorney Advisor (General) Dispute Resolution Top
    The Dispute Resolution Division (DRD) within the Office of Administrative Law Judges and Dispute Resolution is seeking a full-time attorney with 1-5 years of experience in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in business and environmental disputes to serve as an attorney dispute resolution specialist and third-party neutral in promoting the use of and conducting ADR processes. Strong skills are essential in oral and written communication, active listening, creative and analytic thinking, collaborative interpersonal interactions, team building, organization and time management skills. Experience is helpful in energy matters and web-based evolving technology. The DRD assists the Commission and its offices to bring interested parties engaged in disputes together to promote consensual decision making through ADR services such as mediation, negotiation and facilitation and assists the Administrative Law Judges in their Settlement Judge and other ADR functions. The DRD staff also promotes the use of ADR both within and outside the Commission through activities such as consultation, workshops, collaboration, training and coaching. DRD also assists electric entities, and stakeholders involved in natural gas and oil pipelines as well as hydroelectric projects, in resolving their disputes and maintains the Commissionís Helpline in receiving and addressing complaints and inquiries from landowners and others regarding construction of Commission-approved infrastructure projects.

    Salary range is $75,621 to $138,136/year and commensurate with experience. FERC is an equal opportunity employer. This position opens on January 31, 2014 to March 3, 2014.

    Send a cover letter, resume, a copy of law school transcripts and any supporting materials, including a writing sample to:
      Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
      Attn: Susie Waller, Room 11F-3
      Office of Administrative Law Judges and Dispute Resolution
      888 First Street NE
      Washington, DC  20426
      Or email your application to susie.waller@ferc.gov
    Trial Attorney Top
    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commissionís Division of Investigations, within the Office of Enforcement, is seeking both mid- and senior-level attorneys with substantial litigation and/or energy law experience.† Candidates must have substantial litigation experience Ė preferably in prosecutorial, enforcement, white collar crime, or complex business litigation Ė with hands-on trial experience.† Alternatively, candidates must have substantial experience in energy law, with a strong knowledge of FERC laws and regulations.† The Office of Enforcement is responsible for the enforcement of the Commissionís statutes, orders, and rules governing the nationís wholesale natural gas and electric markets, including the Commissionís Anti-Manipulation Rule, to ensure fair and competitive markets.†

    The applicant must be a member in good standing with a recognized bar.† Salary range is $105,211 to $155,500, commensurate with experience.

    Send resumes, cover letters, and a brief writing sample to:
      Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
      Office of Enforcement
      888 First Street NE
      Attn:  Gloria Cloteykine
      Rm 5J-09, OE-2
      Washington, DC  20426
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FERC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Updated: January 30, 2014