Employment Opportunities

Financial Disclosure Specialist

3 / 29 / 2019

Status : OPEN

The U.S. Senate Select Committee on Ethics seeks a Financial Disclosure Specialist to manage the day-to-day operations of the Committee’s Financial Disclosure program. The Financial Disclosure Specialist’s responsibilities may include: effectively handling a high volume of inquiries and providing timely, accurate guidance to the Senate community regarding financial disclosure laws and rules; reviewing a high volume of financial disclosure reports; assisting in the implementation of the Committee’s financial disclosure training program, including conducting training presentations and revising educational materials and published guidance; developing and updating substantive content for the Senate’s financial disclosure filing website (eFD); and other duties as assigned.

This is a non-partisan position which requires the ability to serve all members of the Senate community equally without regard to their political affiliation and to refrain from activity that could impair the Committee’s reputation for non-partisanship.

Applicants must be highly organized and detail-oriented, possess outstanding written and oral communication skills and analytical abilities, and have the sound judgment necessary to evaluate matters that arise before the Committee. Experience in one or more of the following areas is desirable: financial disclosure, accounting, finance, securities law, and government ethics.

All applicants must possess a Bachelor’s Degree and have a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience. The Committee is an equal employment opportunity employer.

To apply, send a resume and cover letter to mailbox_office@ethics.senate.gov.



Staff Counsel

2 / 7 / 2019

Status : OPEN

The U.S. Senate Select Committee on Ethics seeks a non-partisan attorney for the position of staff counsel.  The staff counsel’s responsibilities include as assigned providing advice and training to the Senate community regarding ethics rules and laws, reviewing a high volume of financial disclosure reports, and working on investigative matters.  This is a non-partisan position which requires the ability to serve all members of the Senate community equally without regard to their political affiliation and to refrain from activity that could impair the Committee’s reputation for non-partisanship. 

Applicants must possess outstanding written and oral communication skills and analytical abilities as well as the sound judgment necessary to evaluate matters that arise before the Committee.  Experience in one or more of the following areas is desirable:  government ethics, ethics counseling, financial disclosure, accounting, finance, securities law, investigations, and criminal law. 

All applicants must have a JD, be licensed and in good active standing to practice law in a state or territory of the United States or the District of Columbia, and have a minimum of 3 years of relevant experience.  The Committee is an equal employment opportunity employer.    

To apply, send a resume, cover letter, and writing sample (no longer than 15 pages) to mailbox_office@ethics.senate.gov.