The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is looking for the best and brightest to help strengthen our team in an effort to better serve as the investor's advocate.
Our mission is to protect investors, maintain fair, orderly and efficient markets and facilitate capital formation. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace, where our most valuable asset is our workforce.
We value differences and believe in our employees bringing their full selves to work. Culture is the backdrop for a collection of experiences. Thus, enhancing overall performance and providing the ability to collectively achieve our mission.
The SEC’s Office of Minority and Women Inclusion is committed to taking actionable steps to ensure that minorities and women are represented at all levels of the commission's workforce, to include supervisory and managerial positions.
If you are an attorney, and would like to seek Direct Hire consideration in our Washington, DC office, please submit your resume to HO-ENF-Hiring@SEC.Gov.
To apply to one or more of our Regional Offices, please submit your application materials to each office directly.
Attorneys entering the Enforcement Division typically have two to five years of post J.D. work experience as a practicing attorney, one year of which includes analyzing complex legal and/or factual issues, or conducting significant investigations or litigation. Attorneys also typically have knowledge of federal securities laws, though it is not required.