Nevada Legislature Posts Recruitment Brochure For New Director

CARSON CITY – Do you have what it takes to become the next director of the Nevada’s Legislative Counsel Bureau?

The state Legislature’s website has a recruitment brochure posted for the $138,000-a-year job as lawmakers seek a replacement for Lorne Malkiewich, who is retiring from the Legislative Counsel Bureau after more than 30 years.

Malkiewich, who has served as the director of the LCB for more than 18 years, will leave for a new job following his last day April 2.

The brochure describes the ideal candidate as, “a leader who is decisive, credible, trustworthy, and result-oriented. The ideal candidate must have exceptional analytical skills and strong political acumen.

“The director must be able to inspire loyalty from within the LCB, to be trusted by the legislators, and to represent the LCB and the Nevada Legislature to the media and the general public. The director must be customer-service oriented and be able to anticipate the needs of both the Legislature and the LCB.”

An advanced degree is required for the job.

The deadline to apply is April 16.