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Hearing Officer/Bureau Counsel

State of New Jersey

Monday, April 10, 2017/

Division of Purchase & Property
Trenton, NJ
Posted: 04/10/17
Closing: 05/10/17
Job Description

The New Jersey Department of the Treasury, Division of Purchase & Property, seeks to fill a Hearing Officer position, as well as several Bureau Counsel positions, in its operation located in Trenton, New Jersey.  The Hearing Officer is a member of the Director's Office staff who prepares final agency decisions for the Director’s signature on vendor protests of procurement contracts prior to the final award.  This position also responds to appeals of decisions of the Contract Compliance and Audit Unit.  The quasi-legal Bureau Counsel positions report through an Assistant Director and will review pre-contract award procurement issues for compliance with law, regulation and precedent.  Both positions will provide constructive assistance to the procurement units and specialists in the development of procurement strategies and RFP/RFQ specifications; prepare responses to letters of inquiry or assertion from various entities on a wide variety of subjects pertaining to the work of the Division.  The Hearing Officer position will also provide effective assistance to the Director on special projects as required.  In addition, the selected candidates will also coordinate the Division's responses to proposed legislation that may impact the Division and work with Division personnel to produce bill comments and fiscal impact statements.

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