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TRANSACTIONAL ATTORNEY The City of San Jose, Office of the City Attorney is seeking a transactional attorney with experience in California municipal law, administrative hearings and public contracting including real estate transactions. This position will play an important role in providing advice and transactional services to the Mayor and City Council, City Manager, administrative departments, and boards and commissions, and assisting with the implementation of major projects. Admission to the California State Bar is required for this position. A minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience and good academic background preferred. Experience in municipal law is highly desirable. The successful candidate will possess excellent research, negotiation, and analytical abilities, along with superior writing, communication, and interpersonal skills. Please send resume including complete employment history to: Richard Doyle, City Attorney, 200 East Santa Clara Street, 16th Floor Tower, San Jose, CA 95113 or e-mail to atty.res@sanjoseca.gov. Closing date is May 3, 2013. The most qualified candidates will be invited for an interview tentatively scheduled to occur on May 17, 2013. EOE
 
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