Employment

District Attorneys and Solicitors-General recruit and select professional personnel for their respective judicial circuits and counties. Vacancy announcements are posted as a service to these elected chief prosecutors. Please follow the reply instructions included in each announcement.

Other employment announcements from the prosecution community are also posted on a regular basis.

The Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia (PACGA) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. A copy of  PACGA's EEOP Utilization Report is available for download from the sidebar of this web page. Additionally, the Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia is a registered participant in the federal work authorization program commonly known as E-Verify, and uses this program to verify employment eligibility of all employees hired on or after July 1, 2008. [Federally-Issued User ID #: 144282, Date of Authorization: August 12, 2008]

To submit a job posting to the PAC Employment Opportunities Page, please complete the form at the following link: http://lf.pacga.org/forms/jobrequisition.

Western Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney (6/15/18)

The District Attorney's Office for the Western Judicial Circuit (serving Athens-Clarke and Oconee Counties) has openings for two (2) Assistant District Attorney positions. All applicants must meet the statutory qualifications set forth in O.C.G.A § 15-18-21.

Altogether, Athens-Clarke County (home of the University of Georgia) and Oconee County have a population of close to 165,000 persons, excluding students. The main office is located in Downtown Athens, within a few blocks of the University and about an hour or so from Atlanta. Overall, the office consists of thirty-nine (39) staff members, including eighteen (18) ADA’s.

One of the two ADA positions is a state-paid position. Although the salary will be set based on experience according to the state pay scale, as this is a new position, the salary is capped at $61,344.  However, a county supplement is also provided for any state-paid ADA based as well on experience. The start date for this position at this point is July 1, 2018.

The other ADA position is an Athens-Clarke County paid position, which can be filled immediately. The salary is based on experience.

For each of these positions, it is preferred, but not required, that any applicant possess significant, prosecutorial litigation experience. Specifically, we’re looking for someone who can jump right in and run a courtroom and won’t be bashful about doing so, someone who works well with various agencies and individuals and someone who knows how to “flat-out” try a case, dotting all i’s and crossing all t’s.

In addition to the normal qualifications, this office is looking for candidates who possess the following qualities: common sense; good people skills; initiative; integrity; a keen legal mind and skills; a strong sense of right and wrong, balancing justice with fairness; an ability to effectively multi-task, staying calm under pressure; and a sense of personal and community responsibility.

Resumes should be sent by e-mail to Ken Mauldin, District Attorney, at ken.mauldin@accgov.com. Any questions, call 706-613-3240.

Waycross Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney (6/12/18)

The District Attorney’s Office in the Waycross Judicial Circuit has an opening for a Circuit Paid Assistant District Attorney. The following duties are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned:

• Reviews reports submitted by law enforcement to determine whether further investigation is needed; approves or returns cases for more work; researches alternative crimes; reads and researches case law.
• Drafts accusations and indictments; evaluates and researches potential defenses; negotiates pleas to dispose of cases; dismisses cases not prosecutable.
• Develops trial strategy for each case, presents cases to grand jury; questions witnesses; answers juror’s questions; determines appropriate sentence recommendations; calls arraignment calendars; attends pre-trial conferences with judge and defense attorneys.
• Subpoenas appropriate witnesses for motions; researches and argues all pretrial and post-trial motions; files motions in appropriate time frame prior to trial. Complies with discovery requirements by copying and mailing/delivering documents.

Minimum qualifications: All applicants must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia or be in good standing of another state’s bar association that is eligible for reciprocity admittance to the State Bar of Georgia; and be admitted to practice before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

The Waycross Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Preferred Qualifications: This is an entry level position. We will train. Applicants must show desire to learn and to prosecute and to be part of a team. Position includes a standard employee benefit package of insurance and retirement [see Ware County website for more information].

Position Status: Full-Time
Position Type: County Paid
Salary Range: 44,000
Application Open Date: 6/11/2018
Application Close Date: 9/30/2018
Contact Number: 912-287-4395

Submit resume and cover letter to: gebarnhill@pacga.org
FAX: 912-287-4399
Mailing Address: District Attorney's Office
306 Albany Avenue
Waycross GA 31501

Rome Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney (6/12/18)

The District Attorney’s Office in the Rome Judicial Circuit has an opening for a County Paid Assistant District Attorney. The following duties are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned:

• Reviews reports submitted by law enforcement to determine whether further investigation is needed; approves or returns cases for more work; researches alternative crimes; reads and researches case law.
• Drafts accusations and indictments; evaluates and researches potential defenses; negotiates pleas to dispose of cases; dismisses cases not prosecutable.
• Develops trial strategy for each case; questions witnesses; answers juror’s questions; determines appropriate sentence recommendations; calls arraignment calendars; attends pre-trial conferences with judge and defense attorneys.
• Subpoenas appropriate witnesses for motions; researches and argues all pretrial and post-trial motions; files motions in appropriate time frame prior to trial, organizes opening and closing arguments; presents evidence at trial; consults with supervisors about trial strategy. Complies with discovery requirements by copying and mailing documents.
• Works with trial team investigators and other ADAs to coordinate witnesses and evidence for trials; gathers and labels evidence.
• Negotiates pleas to dispose of cases.
• Interviews witnesses, victims, experts, and the police; questions potential jurors and selects jury.
• Reads appellate briefs and case transcripts; researches and writes responses to briefs.
• Represents state in probation revocation hearings; responds to parole notices.
• Handles telephone calls from attorneys, witnesses, and concerned citizens.
• Determines appropriate bond amounts. Attends meetings; maintains continuing education requirements.

Minimum qualifications: All applicants must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia or be in good standing of another state’s bar association that is eligible for reciprocity admittance to the State Bar of Georgia; and be admitted to practice before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check, , no impediment to being an insured driver and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

The Rome Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Preferred Qualifications: Looking for experienced candidates with a background in litigation.
Position Status: Full-Time
Position Type: County Paid
Salary Range: Base pay of $53,028 annually and up depending on experience. This is a county paid position but is paid on the State ADA pay scale plus a county supplement.
Application Open Date: 6/12/2018
Application Close Date: 6/26/2018
Contact Number: 706-291-5210

Submit resume and cover letter to: pattersonl@floydcountyga.org
Mailing Address: Office of the District Attorney, 3 Gov't Plaza, Suite 108, Rome, Georgia 30161

Northeastern Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney (6/7/18)

The District Attorney’s Office in the Northeastern Judicial Circuit has an opening for an Assistant District Attorney. The following duties are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned:

•  Reviews reports submitted by law enforcement to determine whether further investigation is needed; approves or returns cases for more work; researches alternative crimes; reads and researches case law.
•  Drafts accusations and indictments; evaluates and researches potential defenses; negotiates pleas to dispose of cases; dismisses cases not prosecutable.
•  Develops trial strategy for each case, presents cases to grand jury; questions witnesses; answers juror’s questions; determines appropriate sentence recommendations; calls arraignment calendars; attends pre-trial conferences with judge and defense attorneys.
• Subpoenas appropriate witnesses for motions & trials; researches and argues all pretrial and post-trial motions; files motions in appropriate time frame prior to trial. Complies with discovery requirements.
•  Tries cases before juries
•  Writes and argues appellate briefs

Minimum qualifications: All applicants must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia or be in good standing of another state’s bar association that is eligible for reciprocity admittance to the State Bar of Georgia; and be admitted to practice before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation. Salary is commensurate with experience.

The Northeastern Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Interested candidates should email a cover letter and resume to District Attorney Lee Darragh (ldarragh@hallcounty.org) and Chief Assistant District Attorney Wanda Vance (wvance@hallcounty.org).

Clayton Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney (6/6/18)

The District Attorney's Office in the Clayton Judicial Circuit has an opening for an Assistant District Attorney in its Juvenile Division. This individual will also handle preliminary hearing calendars in Magistrate Court. The following Essential Functions are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS JUVENILE COURT:

  • Drafts delinquency and CHINS petitions; evaluates and researches potential defenses; dismisses cases not prosecutable.
  • Reads cases submitted by law enforcement; reads police reports; determines if further investigation will be needed; approves or returns cases for more work; researches alternative delinquent acts or CHINS violations; reads and researches case law.
  • Questions witnesses; recommends appropriate dispositions; attends  arraignment  calendars ;  attends pre-trial conferences with judge and  defense  attorneys;  attends  CHINS  hearings;  and  represents  the State in juvenile traffic cases.
  • Subpoenas appropriate witnesses for motions; researches and argues all pretrial and post-trial motions; files motions in appropriate timeframe prior to trial.
  • Complies with discovery requirements by copying and mailing documents.
  • Works with investigators to coordinate witnesses and evidence for trials; gathers and labels evidence. Negotiates admissions to dispose of cases.
  • Interviews witnesses, victims, experts and the police; arranges interpreter services for witnesses when necessary.
  • Develops trial strategy for each case; organizes opening and closing arguments; presents evidence at the adjudicatory hearing.
  • Represents the state in probation revocation hearings.
  • Handles telephone calls from attorneys, witnesses, and concerned citizens. Recommends appropriate conditions for pre-adjudication release.
  • Participates in rehabilitative efforts for youth involved with Juvenile Court.
  • Attends meetings; maintains continuing education requirements, particularly in juvenile court law.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS MAGISTRATE COURT:

  • Reviews arrest warrants, criminal histories, and police reports in preparation for preliminary hearings, and fast track recommendations.
  • Attends preliminary hearings; negotiates with defense counsel; represents the State during preliminary hearings.


ADDITIONAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Performs other related duties as required.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Juris Doctorate; supplemented by one (1) year previous experience and/or training that includes litigation and criminal law experience; or any equivalent combination of education , training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge , skills, and abilities for  this  job.  Must possess and maintain valid membership in the Georgia Bar Association, as well as the ability to be admi tted to the Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia, and Supreme Court of the State of Georgia within 30 days of employment.
All candidates are subject to a background check.  Applicants  selected  for hire  will  be subject  to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver ' s  history check and  pre­ employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation, as well as other conditions deemed appropriate by the Clayton County Human Resources Department or the District Attorney's Office. Applicants will be required to sign a two-year employment commitment agreement.

ADA COMPLIANCE

Physical Ability: Tasks require the ability to exert light physical effort in sedentary to light work, which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of light weight (5-10 pound s). Tasks may involve extended periods at a keyboard or work station.

Sensory Requirements: Some tasks require the ability to perceive and discriminate sounds and visual cues or signals. Some tasks require the ability to communicate orally.

Environmental Factors: Essential functions are normally performed without exposure to adverse environmental conditions.

Please submit resumes to the attention of Sheryl Freeman, Sr. Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney, Clayton Judicial Circuit, Harold R. Banke Justice Center, 4th Floor, 9151 Tara Blvd., Jonesboro, GA 30236, via facsimile at 770-477-3342 or e-mail at sheryl.freeman@claytoncountyga.gov.  No phone calls please.

Flint Judicial Circuit
Victim Witness Advocate (6/4/18)

The District Attorneys Office is currently accepting resumes/applications for a Victim Witness Advocate in the Flint Circuit. This position will work closely with victims and/or witnesses of a crime to guide them through the Victim/Witness Advocacy Program.

Responsibilities include; assisting with compensation claims, victim impact statements and advising of available resources based on the Victim Bill of Rights. Knowledge of the judicial process with respect to victims’ rights and case filings; and experience working with prosecutors and law enforcement are preferred.

Applicants should have a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, social work, counseling or a related field and two years of experience working in criminal justice, social services, crisis intervention, or trauma and violence safety assessment and planning. Superior customer service skills, positive attitude, personal responsibility and a strong sense of responsibility to the community at large is preferred. All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

The Flint Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Position Status: Full-Time
Position Type: County Paid
Salary Range: 29,324.26
Application Open Date: 6/4/2018
Application Close Date: 6/22/2018
Contact Number: 770-288-6400

Submit resume and cover letter to: cmccamy@co.henry.ga.us

Conasauga Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney (6/1/18)

The District Attorney’s Office in the Conasauga Judicial Circuit has an opening for an Assistant District Attorney. The following duties are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned:

• Reviews reports submitted by law enforcement to determine whether further investigation is needed; approves or returns cases for more work; researches alternative crimes; reads and researches case law.
• Drafts accusations and indictments; evaluates and researches potential defenses; negotiates pleas to dispose of cases; dismisses cases not prosecutable.
• Develops trial strategy for each case, presents cases to grand jury; questions witnesses; answers juror’s questions; determines appropriate sentence recommendations; calls arraignment calendars; attends pre-trial conferences with judge and defense attorneys.
• Subpoenas appropriate witnesses for motions; researches and argues all pretrial and post-trial motions; files motions in appropriate time frame prior to trial. Complies with discovery requirements by copying and mailing documents.

Minimum qualifications: All applicants must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia or be in good standing of another state’s bar association that is eligible for reciprocity admittance to the State Bar of Georgia; and be admitted to practice before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

The Conasauga Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Position is County paid (Whitfield County) with County benefits but on the State pay scale for ADA's which begins at $44,828/year. The position also includes an additional $4,500 county supplement for a minimum starting salary of $49,328 annually.

Position Status: Full-Time
Position Type: County Paid
Salary Range: Starting at $44,828 + $4,500 Supplement
Application Open Date: 6/1/2018
Application Close Date: 7/31/2018
Contact Number: 706-876-1329

Submit resume and cover letter to: aparker@whitfieldcountyga.com

Coweta Judicial Circuit
Investigator (6/1/18)

The District Attorney’s Office in the Coweta Judicial Circuit has an opening for an Investigator. The following duties are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned:

• Conducts thorough and impartial investigations to gather evidence used in the apprehension, indictment, prosecution and conviction of law violators.
• Works with other law enforcement agencies during investigations; locating & subpoenaing victims/witnesses, completing cases as appropriate; Testifying in court trials.

Minimum Qualifications: Must be a citizen of the United States, have a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent and not have been convicted by any state or by federal government of any crime. Must be a current P.O.S.T certified Georgia Peace Officer. Applicants must also demonstrate efficiency with a firearm and possess a valid Georgia Driver’s license.

All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

The Coweta Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Preferred Qualifications: P.O.S.T. Certification is required and preference will be given to more experienced candidates. This position is available for our Coweta County/Meriwether County office.

Position Status: Full-Time
Position Type: State Paid County Reimbursed (SPCR)
Salary Range: Open
Application Open Date: 6/1/2018
Application Close Date: 7/15/2018

Submit resume and cover letter to: vyeager@pacga.org

Clayton County Solicitor-General's Office
Assistant Solicitor-General (5/28/18)

*** Must apply online at claytoncountyga.gov. Although email address is listed, emailing resume is not necessary and is not sufficient. Not sure when job will post...please check the website periodically. When the position is filled the posting will close. ***

Minimum Qualifications: Juris Doctorate. Must possess and maintain valid membership in good standing in the State Bar of Georgia Association, The Court of Appeals of the State of Georgia, and the Supreme Court of the State of Georgia. Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver's license.

Position Status: Full-Time
Position Type: County Paid
Salary Range: 56,676.30 - 80,854.84
Application Open Date: 5/28/2018
Application Close Date: 7/2/2018
Contact Number: 770-473-5811
Email: margaret.cauchy@claytoncountyga.gov

Submit resume and cover letter to: *** Must apply online at claytoncountyga.gov ***

Douglas Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney (5/22/18)

The Douglas Judicial Circuit is seeking applications for a state-paid Assistant District Attorney. This circuit serves Douglas County, a rapid growing suburban community just minutes west of downtown Atlanta. This office is located in Douglasville, GA.

The office is looking for experienced candidates with a background in litigation, a minimum of five (5) years prosecution experience is required. All applicants must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia or be in good standing with another state's bar association and eligible for reciprocal admission to the State Bar of Georgia. A criminal background check is completed on all candidates. Employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of the background investigation.

Position Status: Full-Time
Position Type: State Paid
Salary Range: Salary will be commensurate with experience
Application Open Date: 5/22/2018
Application Close Date: 1/1/2019
Contact Number: 770-920-7292

Submit resume and cover letter to: demadi@co.douglas.ga.us

Blue Ridge Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney (5/11/18)

The District Attorney’s Office in the Blue Ridge Judicial Circuit has an opening for an Assistant District Attorney. The following duties are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned:

• Reviews reports submitted by law enforcement to determine whether further investigation is needed; approves or returns cases for more work; researches alternative crimes; reads and researches case law.
• Drafts accusations and indictments; evaluates and researches potential defenses; negotiates pleas to dispose of cases; dismisses cases not prosecutable.
• Develops trial strategy for each case, presents cases to grand jury; questions witnesses; answers juror’s questions; determines appropriate sentence recommendations; calls arraignment calendars; attends pre-trial conferences with judge and defense attorneys.
• Subpoenas appropriate witnesses for motions; researches and argues all pretrial and post-trial motions; files motions in appropriate time frame prior to trial. Complies with discovery requirements by copying and mailing documents.

Minimum qualifications: All applicants must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia or be in good standing of another state’s bar association that is eligible for reciprocity admittance to the State Bar of Georgia; and be admitted to practice before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

The Blue Ridge Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Position Status: Full-Time
Position Type: County Paid
Salary Range: To be determined based on experience.
Application Open Date: 5/11/2018
Application Close Date: 6/30/2018
Contact Number: 770-479-1488

Submit resume and cover letter to: lwilliams@cherokeega.com

Clayton Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney (5/11/18)

The District Attorney’s Office in the Clayton Judicial Circuit has an opening for an Assistant District Attorney. The following duties are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned:

• Reviews reports submitted by law enforcement to determine whether further investigation is needed; approves or returns cases for more work; researches alternative crimes; reads and researches case law.
• Drafts accusations and indictments; evaluates and researches potential defenses; negotiates pleas to dispose of cases; dismisses cases not prosecutable.
• Develops trial strategy for each case, presents cases to grand jury; questions witnesses; answers juror’s questions; determines appropriate sentence recommendations; calls arraignment calendars; attends pre-trial conferences with judge and defense attorneys.
• Subpoenas appropriate witnesses for motions; researches and argues all pretrial and post-trial motions; files motions in appropriate time frame prior to trial. Complies with discovery requirements by copying and mailing documents.

Minimum qualifications: All applicants must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia or be in good standing of another state’s bar association that is eligible for reciprocity admittance to the State Bar of Georgia; and be admitted to practice before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

The Clayton Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Position Status: Full-Time
Position Type: County Paid
Application Open Date: 5/11/2018
Application Close Date: 6/30/2018
Contact Number: 770-477-3450

Submit resume and cover letter to: tameka.bentley@claytoncountyga.gov

Augusta Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney (5/9/18)

The District Attorney’s Office in the Augusta Judicial Circuit has an opening for an Assistant District Attorney. The following duties are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned:

• Reviews reports submitted by law enforcement to determine whether further investigation is needed; approves or returns cases for more work; researches alternative crimes; reads and researches case law.
• Drafts accusations and indictments; evaluates and researches potential defenses; negotiates pleas to dispose of cases; dismisses cases not prosecutable.
• Develops trial strategy for each case, presents cases to grand jury; questions witnesses; answers juror’s questions; determines appropriate sentence recommendations; calls arraignment calendars; attends pre-trial conferences with judge and defense attorneys.
• Subpoenas appropriate witnesses for motions; researches and argues all pretrial and post-trial motions; files motions in appropriate time frame prior to trial. Complies with discovery requirements by copying and mailing documents.

Minimum qualifications: All applicants must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia or be in good standing of another state’s bar association that is eligible for reciprocity admittance to the State Bar of Georgia; and be admitted to practice before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

The Augusta Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Position Status: Full-Time
Position Type: County Paid
Salary Range: $54,480.00 to commensurate with experience
Application Open Date: 5/9/2018
Application Close Date: 7/9/2018
Contact Number: 706-821-1140

Submit resume and cover letter to: gnegles@augustaga.gov

Augusta Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney (5/9/18)

The District Attorney’s Office in the Augusta Judicial Circuit has an opening for an Assistant District Attorney. The following duties are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned:

• Reviews reports submitted by law enforcement to determine whether further investigation is needed; approves or returns cases for more work; researches alternative crimes; reads and researches case law.
• Drafts accusations and indictments; evaluates and researches potential defenses; negotiates pleas to dispose of cases; dismisses cases not prosecutable.
• Develops trial strategy for each case, presents cases to grand jury; questions witnesses; answers juror’s questions; determines appropriate sentence recommendations; calls arraignment calendars; attends pre-trial conferences with judge and defense attorneys.
• Subpoenas appropriate witnesses for motions; researches and argues all pretrial and post-trial motions; files motions in appropriate time frame prior to trial. Complies with discovery requirements by copying and mailing documents.

Minimum qualifications: All applicants must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia or be in good standing of another state’s bar association that is eligible for reciprocity admittance to the State Bar of Georgia; and be admitted to practice before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

The Augusta Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Position Status: Full-Time
Position Type: State Paid
Salary Range: $54,480.00 to commensurate with experience
Application Open Date: 5/9/2018
Application Close Date: 7/9/2018
Contact Number: 706-821-1140

Submit resume and cover letter to: gnegles@augustaga.gov

Lowndes County Solicitor-General
Assistant Solicitor-General - VAWA Grant (5/7/18)

TITLE:  Assistant Solicitor General – VAWA Grant
DEPARTMENT: Lowndes County Solicitor-General’s Office
LOCATION: 327 N. Ashley St.
SALARY RANGE:  $46,000 plus County Benefits
CLOSING DATE:  June 25, 2018

JOB SUMMARY:  This position is responsible for providing prosecutorial services uniquely to Violence Against Women (VAWA) cases. This position is responsible for assisting the Solicitor-General in directing department operations, for preparing and trying VAWA cases in court, and for representing the state in a variety of legal proceedings on these cases.

MINIMUM TRAINING:  Graduation from an accredited school of law. Experience sufficient to thoroughly understand the work of subordinate positions to be able to answer questions and resolve problems. Current membership in the State Bar of Georgia or currently waiting on pending Bar results.

APPLICATION:  Applications can be downloaded from the Lowndes County Website www.lowndescounty.com or obtained and returned to the Georgia Department of Labor 229 South Ashley St. Valdosta Ga. 31601.  Department of Labor Hours of Operation are 8:00-4:30 Monday - Friday 333-5211. 

Completed applications can be mailed to:
LOWNDES COUNTY PERSONNEL OFFICE
P.O. Box 1349
Valdosta, GA 31603-1349

LOWNDES COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Cordele Judicial Circuit (4/2/18)
Assistant District Attorney - Grant Funded

The Cordele Judicial Circuit is seeking applications for a VAWA grant paid Assistant District Attorney. The ADA will handle all domestic violence cases in all 4 counties in our circuit. This circuit serves Crisp, Ben Hill, Dooly and Wilcox counties. The office is located in Cordele, GA.

All applicants must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia. Employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of a background investigation. This position is grant paid but with state benefits.

Interested candidates should email or fax a resume and cover letter to:  Brad Rigby, District Attorney at brigby@pacga.org or fax 229-271-4739.

Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia
Budget/Fiscal Operations Manager (2/13/18)

Summary of Responsibilities:

The Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia is seeking an experienced Budget/Fiscal Operations Manager with current or previous state government experience. This position has direct responsibility for agency budget and fiscal operations; reports directly to the Chief Financial Officer but works closely with the Accounting Manager and Director of Human Resources to ensure operational integrity, efficiency and internal controls. Job responsibilities include;

  • Prepares, analyzes, and/or amends annual operating budgets;
  • Certifies the availability of funding for all financial transactions;
  • Budget maintenance (including processing amendments & internal revisions);
  • Audits travel vouchers for compliance with statewide travel guidelines;
  • PeopleSoft maintenance to include: departments, projects, and fund sources;
  • Budget projections and analysis;
  • Serves as P-Card Administrator;
  • Responsible for 30-60-90 day projection with state Treasury;
  • Maintains monthly management reports;
  • Manages billing for grants and other contractual agreements;
  • Serves as liaison with the Governor's Office of Planning & Budget;
  • Identifies fiscal operational issues and take corrective action as appropriate

Preferred Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree at an accredited college/university in Public Administration, Business Administration, Accounting, Finance or a related field AND two years of fiscal analysis experience OR Associate's degree AND four years of experience, OR Six years of experience at the Budget Specialist (working level) or at an equivalent position.

  • MUST be a team player.
  • MUST have a working knowledge of PeopleSoft Financials.
  • Experience with OPB's PBCS (Planning & Budget Cloud System).
  • Experience with GA's Travel & Expense (Concur), BudgetNet, BudgetTool and ARIS.
  • Experience with Laserfiche (or other electronic file management system).
  • Experience in ALL aspects of financial operations (Budget, A/P, A/R, Grants, Financial Administration, Cash Management and Payroll).

Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council is an equal opportunity employer.  Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check and pre-employment drug screening.

Due to the volume of submissions received by this office, information concerning application or interview status cannot be provided in writing, over the phone or in person. Only those qualified candidates who are selected for an interview shall receive notification upon the filling of this vacancy. This announcement may close prior to the closing date without further notice, once a satisfactory pool of applicants has been identified. NO PHONE CALLS!

Submit Resume and Cover letter by 5:00 p.m., Friday, March 2nd to Human Resources via email at: pacjobs@pacga.org and enter ‘Budget/Fiscal Operations Manager’ in the subject line.

Job Code:  GSM010
Opening Date: February 13, 2018
Closing Date: March 2, 2018
Salary Range: $40,983.00 - $71,720.00
Location: Morrow, GA