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The five-member commission, a volunteer board appointed by the governor, is tasked with hiring and firing the executive director who serves as chief legal counsel and oversee the administration and enforcement of the state Ethics Code and Lobbyists Law.
The director also handles the day-to-day administration and management of the commission’s office and staff and provides overall leadership in guiding all aspects of the commission’s programs and activities, according to a description of the position.
The minimum qualifications include having a law degree.
The commission would ideally like the director to have 10 years experience in the practice of law, managerial experience, strong communication skills and “a commitment to public service and to maintaining high ethical standards.”