Legal jobs with the federal government these days are few and far between, but the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has multiple attorney openings.

Job applicants can forget the dreaded knowledge-skills-abilities statement — the SEC is using a headhunter, Futurestep, “to provide strategic talent acquisition solutions to help the agency address its continuing talent needs.” While retaining a headhunter may be standard operating procedure in the private sector, for federal agencies, it’s far more unusual.

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