Land Use Attorney Jobs in North Carolina


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Essential Job Duties: The Operational Audit Manager (OAM) focuses primarily on the management of Non-IT related audit projects and shares responsibility for the success of the department with the IA Director. About 70% of the OAM's time is spent on non-IT audit and consulting engagements, management and supervision of staff auditors; 20% on Operational Audit Team leadership, development, and imple...
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Real Estate/Land Use Attorney


$56,000.00 - $220,000.00
Typical Salary for Real Estate/Land Use Attorney in North Carolina
(29 Respondents)
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Some College Coursework Completed
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