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Standard Form 10 (SF-10) is accepted when applying for a secretive job in the State of Louisiana. All provisionally selected candidates must complete a security package at the Human Resources Office. Applicants selected for a classified job in Baton Rouge, New Orleans or any other Louisiana city must have completed a list of security applications and packages at our human resources offices. Applicants selected for a classified role in a state or local authority, such as the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) or Louisiana State Police (LSP), must complete a "Security Application Package" and a copy of the application at our Human Resources Office.

The Justice Department's career opportunities list on the USAJobs website will include information that must be included in your resume. The official form is available from our human resources office at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Applications for posts in this office should include a copy of the SF-10 form and the security application package, as well as the security package for each post.

The vacancy notice will specify the required test results and the tests that are specifically required for this position. If a test score is required, applicants must have a test score before submitting an application to be eligible for the job, and an interview with the US Attorney General will be scheduled based on the recommendations of the original panel of interviewers. During the time required to complete a background check, the applicant must provide all the necessary information.

It may also be necessary to inform the court that you have applied here. Candidates for a post in the Office of Civil Division should state in their application that they are applying exclusively for that post, in any letter sent to them. If the sample has been edited and there are other contributors, applicants are expected to indicate who has done the editing and whether others have done it.

Depending on the nature of your practice, your application to the Office may create a conflict of interest. If you are dealing with a negative interest represented by this office, you must inform your client immediately that you are seeking employment here and obtain their consent to your continued representation.

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To apply for this position, click on the "Apply" link and fill out an electronic application that you can use. Before you apply with your CV, it is important to note that your application is rejected as incomplete or partial, as well as the date and time of application.

Applicants who may be concerned about their background are encouraged to discuss this matter with the Executive Assistant U.S. Attorney for Management. Questions about your criminal background, background or other relevant background information can be directed to the public prosecutor.

If you want to apply for one of the above programs, you should contact a district personnel specialist or visit the Student Volunteers website. Applicants wishing to apply for the program should contact a human resources officer in that district.

When an offer is made, the future Assistant United States Attorney will inform you of the start date and subsequent offer date. This posting is listed as a vacant supporting position in the office of the U.S. Deputy Attorney for the Southern District of Louisiana, Baton Rouge.

You must check the list of vacancies and the district's alerts and follow the instructions given to you. Applicants selected for this position in the Baton Rouge office of the Southern District of Louisiana will find security and administrative forms necessary for employment. Please refer to the Job Specifications tab located at the top of this page under the website of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) of the US Department of Justice.

Please note that employment is the subject of background checks ordered by the Department of Justice. Final recruitment decisions will be made following a background investigation by OPM and the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Please apply for this position at the Baton Rouge office of the Southern District of Louisiana ("Baton Rouge Office").

All applicants for this program must be US citizens and must submit an application by the deadline set below, by submitting a cover letter, CV and school report to the Office. Please note that applications sent to ldoejobs from outside the state email addresses are therefore considered to be publicly registered. However, this job advertisement will ask you about your knowledge, skills and abilities in connection with this position.

You must also bring your experience to the job application and have at least two years of experience in a similar position in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. You have a Abitur or equivalent degree in one of the following subjects: English, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Engineering or any other subject. You have a degree in English or English, mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, computer science, engineering and / or any other subject area in which you have no previous knowledge (e.g. a master's degree, doctorate or other degree). You have a low level of education in one or more of these areas (e.g. Bachelor, university degree or higher).