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Chief Deputy Securities Commissioner
The Chief Deputy Securities Commissioner is responsible for assisting the Securities Commissioner in the administration and enforcement of the Indiana Uniform Securities Act and the supervision and management of the Securities Division. Specific duties include direct supervision of Securities Division licensing, registration and support staff; assisting in creating and implementing internal and external policies; drafting and interpreting statutes and rules; overseeing and coordinating projects; and completing other duties as assigned. The Chief Deputy works collaboratively with the Securities Commissioner, Senior Counsel, and Senior Investigator in formulating the policy and direction of the Securities Division.
Qualifications: Minimum requirements include a law degree, admission to practice in the state of Indiana, and at least four years of experience as a practicing attorney in the areas of white collar crime prosecution or defense; securities law; business law; or civil litigation; or a combination of experience in these areas. At least two years of experience supervising, directing and evaluating subordinate employees is preferred.
Please send resume and cover letter to:
Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson
302 W. Washington Street E-111
Indianapolis, IN 46204