- 150+ General Attorney positions opened by U.S. SEC.
- SEC seeks candidates to value duties and fulfilling the requirements of the post.
Today, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (U.S. SEC) has given the announcement of hiring General Attorneys in places like New York, San Francisco, and Washington. Under the Division of Enforcement, the position of General Attorney is currently available for Crypto Assets and Cyber Unit division.
The Division of Enforcement – Crypto Assets and Cyber Unit seeks to hire General Attorneys in New York, NY; San Francisco, CA; and Washington, DC. For more information and to apply, click here: https://t.co/OI6YQk5doI.
— SEC Careers (@SEC_Careers) April 10, 2023
The salaries for the General Attorney posting range as per the specified location post at an average from $140,830 to $259,590.
SEC Careers Onboard
Once after the severe collapse of FTX and Silicon Valley Bank, U.S. SEC regulators are pressurizing the crypto world with law enforcement actions on criticalities. The recent Beaxy crypto exchange was closed once SEC filed charges against the founder of Beaxy. The President of the U.S., Joe Biden has raised a request of allocating funds then, and Gary Gensler joins his hand in supporting the fund allocation.
Gensler, the Chairperson of the U.S. SEC says that there is a need for $2.4 billion in funding to chase the misconduct happening in the crypto world. Henceforth, Gensler commended hiring 170 additional staff over the division of enforcement.
Furthermore, U.S. Government has listed a set of duties (aka responsibilities) and requirements respectively according to the preferred qualification. The salary variation corresponds to different locations and ranges between $140,830 to $259,590 with respect to the respective location.
On April 6, SEC‘s Division of Enforcement sought to hire Trial Attorney postings for Salt Lake Regional Office in Salt Lake City, UT. Again, SEC’s Office of Human Resources (OHR), Talent Acquisition Group (TAG) wants to fill the available openings for the Human Resource Specialist in Washington, DC.
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