Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia

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 is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 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]

Please contact Human Resources Director Chantalia Cooper to add or remove an announcement.

Cherokee Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney
(12/17/14)

The District Attorney’s Office of the Cherokee Judicial Circuit is accepting resumes for a state-paid Assistant District Attorney position.  Salary is based on training and experience and includes a county supplement. Minimum requirements include, five years of felony prosecutorial experience with significant felony jury trial experience. Additionally, applicants must be capable of effectively multi-tasking, working well in a team environment, possess a positive attitude, and have a strong sense of personal and community responsibility.

Minimum Qualifications:
- A Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school.
- Must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia


Please email a cover letter and resume by January 12, 2015 to:
Rosemary Greene, District Attorney
C/O Connie Bohannon, Office Manager
[ mailto:cbohannon@pacga.org ]cbohannon@pacga.org
Selected candidates will be contacted for an interview. Candidates not selected WILL NOT receive notification.  No phone calls please.

Flint Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney
(12/12/14)

The Flint Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office is accepting resumes for an Assistant District Attorney position. This is a state-paid position and the salary will be commensurate with the applicant’s training and experience. Minimum requirements include five years of felony prosecutorial experience with significant felony jury trial experience. Additionally applicants must be capable of effectively multi-tasking and working well in a team environment, possess a positive attitude, and a strong sense of personal and community responsibility. Applicant must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia. Applications will be accepted through January 12, 2015.

Applicants should mail or email a resume with cover letter and references to: 
District Attorney Jim Wright
C/O Lynn Dyal, Office Manager,
No. 1 Courthouse Square
McDonough, Georgia  30253
Email:  ldyal@co.henry.ga.us

Selected candidates will be contacted for an interview. Candidates not selected WILL NOT receive notification. No phone calls please.

Cordele Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney
(12/12/14)

The District Attorney's Office of the Cordele Judicial Circuit is now accepting applications for a state paid Assistant District Attorney position. Applicant must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia. Salary is commensurate with experience. Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to Denise D. Fachini, District Attorney, via email at dfachini@pacga.org or mail to:  Denise D. Fachini, District Attorney, P.O. Box 5510, Cordele, GA  31010.

Pataula Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney
(12/11/14)

The District Attorney's Office of the Pataula Judicial Circuit is accepting applications for a state-funded accountability court Assistant District Attorney position. Applicant must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia and will be required to pass an employment background check and drug screening. Individual should be able to self-motivate and work without strict supervision.

Salary is commensurate with experience but is capped at $49,782.00.
Please email your resume and cover letter to: sshaw@pacga.org

Appalachian Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney
(12/10/14)

The Appalachian Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office (Gilmer County), is seeking applications for a state-paid assistant district attorney. We are seeking an applicant with a strong background in working with victims of abuse and with experience supervising, training and/or mentoring other prosecutors. Minimum requirements include five years of felony prosecutorial experience in Georgia and extensive felony jury trial experience. Experience handling major violent crimes is preferred. Additionally, applicants must be detail-oriented and have strong organizational and interpersonal skills. Salary will be commensurate with the applicant’s training and experience. Applicant must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia and will be required to pass an extensive employment background check and drug screening.

Interested persons should email a cover letter, resume and references to Brian Stanford, Chief of Staff at bstanford@pacga.org or mail/fax to:

Brian Stanford
Chief Of Staff
1 Broad Street, Suite 101
Ellijay, GA 30540

Appalachian Judicial Circuit
Investigator
(12/10/14)

The Appalachian Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office (Pickens County) is currently accepting resumes for a county-paid investigator. Salary range is from $37,000 to $40,000. Applicant must be a current P.O.S.T. certified Georgia Peace Officer and have a minimum of three years law enforcement, investigative experience. Applicant must demonstrate efficiency with technology skills, be a team player, and have strong organizational/interpersonal skills. Applicant must also demonstrate efficiency with a firearm and must possess and maintain a valid Georgia Driver’s License. Applicant will be required to pass an extensive background check and drug screening.

We desire to begin interviews immediately, but the position will not begin until January 1, 2015. Interested persons should email their cover letter, resume and references to bstanford@pacga.org or by mail/fax to:

Brian Stanford
Chief of Staff
1 Broad Street, Suite 101
Ellijay, Georgia 30540

Alapaha Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney
(12/8/14)

The District Attorney's Office of the Alapaha Judicial Circuit is accepting applications for a state funded Assistant District Attorney position until December 18, 2014. Applicants must be members in good standing of the Georgia Bar and have felony trial experience. Individual should be able to self-motivate and work without strict supervision. Salary is commensurate with experience. Please send cover letter and resume with 3 references to Dick Perryman, District Attorney, via e-mail to dperryman@pacga.org; or fax to 229.686.7170.

Atlanta Judicial Circuit
Information Systems Manager
(12/4/14)

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in information science, accounting, management, business or public administration and five (5) years of experience in data processing, system analysis design, and operations as well as three (3) years of experience supervising the work of subordinate employees; or, a year for year interchange of indicated education and experience equal to the minimum qualifications. Strong working knowledge of sql and report writing skills are required. Experience with odyssey or other criminal justice case management systems are preferred.

LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: Valid State of Georgia Driver’s License or proof of mobility equivalent may be requested.

EXAMINATION: Application must document that the applicant possesses the minimum knowledge, skills, education and experience as listed. If selected, an official, accredited (raised seal) college transcript is required, at time of employment, for all degrees/course work used to qualify for this position.

JOB SUMMARY; DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: ESSENTIAL DUTIES (REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE); KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS: This classification is a technical and managerial class overseeing the maintenance, technical support functions, systems developments, wide area network and local network installation and improvement of existing information systems.

This is the eighth level class of this eight class series of departmental information systems operations and managements. This class is distinguished from other classes in this series by its responsibility for the management of the information system of large county departments.

Provides technical advice to employees and officials of assigned department and oversees the maintenance, enhancement and operations of the assigned department mid-to large range computer and electronic network; Manages the department’s data management information system including file design and allocation of space storage to various application; Oversees the evaluation of facilities and hardware/software and in selection of new on-line computer and telecommunications systems; Writes, prepares and reviews bid specifications for purchases, and reviews hardware/software systems, cable installations and other recommendations based upon specifications, including compilation with out-side vendors; Implements security measures for assigned departmental computer and the local and wide area networks; Provides in-house training in equipment use for departmental employees; Manages the wiring, installation and programming related to various data processing and peripheral equipment; Advises various divisions, units and department area in planning, evaluating systems and correcting problems with existing systems; Perform other administrative duties such as insuring proper list of supplies, preparation of reports, resolving operational problems and software up-grades. Plans and supervises the work of assigned subordinate employees. Implements backup and recovery procedures and functions as programmer and systems analyst, including the monitoring of disk and CPU usage and ensures proper maintenance of data sets and storage capacity.

Principles and techniques of computer programming application and system software design and operations; Computer theory and methods; Data Processing equipment, technology, and capabilities.

Conducting system studies and implementing total data processing system application; Writing program narratives, system test and dated conversion plans; Resolving problems associated with computer system activities involving various locations of the user department; Training and supervising the work of subordinate employees; Evaluating software/hardware and writing bid specifications for computer equipment purchase; Designing, developing and implementing data processing systems;. Implementing complex computer based systems; performing required maintenance of personal computers and other peripheral equipment; Analyzing complex computer operation problems and provide solutions; Preparing reports and records.

Atlanta Judicial Circuit
Court Watch Coordinator
(12/4/14)

The Court Watch Coordinator organizes the Citizens Court Watch Program-a program designed to engage citizens in the criminal justice system through basic legal training and observation of court proceedings. The Court Watch Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating trainings in each community, providing a weekly digest to community members on upcoming cases of interest to the community and arranging routine visits to the courthouse for community members to observe said cases. The Court Watch Coordinator will also be responsible for attending community meetings to provide notice of upcoming cases and training sessions.

Essential Duties:

  • Collect information on cases of interest to communities from the 6 police zones in Atlanta as well as North and South Fulton County
  • Send out notices to the community regarding upcoming cases of interest
  • Conduct quantitative analyses on the effect of the Court Watch program on the dispositions of criminal cases
  • Host court dates for community residents as well as conduct tours of the courthouse
  • Attend community meetings to announce on upcoming cases of interest as well as dispositions
  • Organize the annual Court Watch training program which provides information on the Fulton County Court system as well as the criminal justice system
  • Assist the Community Prosecution Unit on special projects designed to benefit their respective communities
  • Act as a liaison between the community and the criminal justice system
  • Create initiatives designed to improve the effectiveness of the program
  • Perform administrative tasks to support the Community Prosecutors
     

Essential Skills:

  • Ability to adjust priorities and manage time wisely in a fast-paced environment;
  • Ability to maintain records and documentation pertaining to work;
  • Ability to communicate in a clear, concise, understandable manner, and listen attentively to others;
  • Ability to provide outstanding customer service;
  • Strong interpersonal, communication and organizational skills
     

Qualifications:

  • Completion of course work equivalent to the academic requirements of a High School diploma or G.E.D. equivalent (Associate’s degree in business or public administration, business education, or a related field is preferred); or a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice or a related field; or paralegal training from an accredited paralegal school.
  • One (1) year experience working in a legal field, a law firm, or a law department or three (3) years administrative office support experience (one (1) year lead experience is preferred); or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above; or an equivalent combination of education and experience to sufficiently perform the essential duties of the job as listed above.
  • Experience organizing and working with various community groups and crime related groups.
  • Extensive knowledge of Fulton County communities.

Salary: $34,987.00
Please email your resume and cover letter to: da.employment@fultoncountyga.gov

Atlanta Judicial Circuit
Victim Witness Program Advocate
(12/4/14)

JOB SUMMARY: Incumbent in this class performs operational duties related to providing crisis intervention services to crime victims and their families through the Victim/Witness Advocacy Program in the District Attorney’s Office. Responsibilities include assisting crime victims and their families with compensation claims and victim impact statements and providing information regarding the Victim Bill of Rights.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This is the first level within a four-level victim/witness advocate classification series. Victim/Witness Program Advocate is distinguished from Victim/Witness Program Counselor in that the former provides crisis intervention services to crime victims and their families, whereas the latter provides counseling and administrative services in addition to facilitating support groups.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES: (This list is a representative sample: position assignments may vary.)

  • Provides crisis intervention services to crime victims and their families.
  • Accompanies victims and their families to scheduled court hearings.
  • Establishes and maintains communication with appropriate prosecutors regarding relevant case information.
  • Assists prosecutors with correspondence to crime victims and their families.
  • Provides victims and their families with information regarding the Victim Bill of Rights.
  • Completes required case documentation and compiles monthly statistical reports.
  • Assists crime victims and their families in completing victim compensation claims and impact statements.
  • Performs administrative tasks to support the Victim/Witness Advocacy Program as required.
  • Assists in providing educational training to volunteers, interns, and community members.
     

KNOWLEDGE: (position requirements at entry):

  • Principles and practices of customer service;
  • Laws, rules, and regulations governing victim/witness programs;
  • Personal computers and related software;
  • Office practices and procedures;
  • Principles and practices of crisis intervention;
  • Principles and practices of client confidentiality;
  • Community resources associated with criminal crisis intervention
     

SKILLS: (position requirements at entry):

  • Providing effective customer service;
  • Interviewing crime victims and their families;
  • Communicating effectively with persons of diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds;
  • Performing effective crisis intervention;
  • Preparing and presenting oral and written communications/reports;
  • Documenting information gathered from crime victims;
  • Performing effective legal case management;
  •  Operating personal computers, including spreadsheet, database, word processing, presentation, and other related software;
  • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other County personnel, officials, and the general public;
  • Communication and interpersonal techniques as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc., sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
     

EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING (position requirements at entry): Completion of course work equivalent to the academic requirements of a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, social work, counseling, or a related field; and two (2) years experience working in criminal justice, social services, crisis intervention, or trauma and violence safety assessment and planning; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above.

LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: None required

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Positions in this class typically require sitting, standing, walking, reaching, fingering, grasping, talking, hearing, and seeing.

Sedentary Work: Exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time. Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and all other sedentary criteria are met.

Physical Profile: This is a Category #2 Physical Profile class and position. All applicants for initial entry by outside hiring into a permanent Fulton County position in this category shall be required to conform to Part II of the physical standards and criteria as approved and established by Personnel Board resolution dated November 1, 1988.

Classification History: Draft revised by Fulton County Personnel 3/9/04.

Atlanta Judicial Circuit
Criminal Justice Policy Advisor
(12/4/14)

The Office of the Fulton County District Attorney is seeking a highly skilled attorney to serve as Criminal Justice Policy Advisor. Excellent writing and research skills are required. Experience in program development and program evaluation is also required.

Essential Duties:

  • Identify issues or policy areas to explore;
  • Collect, analyze information and report findings;
  • Propose new policies for addressing problems;
  • Review, analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of existing policies and government programs;
  • Conduct cost-benefit analyses of existing policies as merited;
  • Collect and perform qualitative and quantitative data analysis as needed;
  • Develop, design and monitor performance indicators for evaluation purposes;
  • Independently execute writing assignments related to publications, newsletters, speeches and other materials as assigned;
  • Assist in formulating departmental and unit goals, objectives, strategies and performance measures;
  • Other duties as assigned
     

Essential Skills:

  • The ability to gather a wide range of criminal justice related-data from local and national sources and conduct effective and exhaustive research.
  • The ability to skillfully analyze and evaluate data or information to identify issues, trends and solutions.
  • The ability to draft written reports, findings, conclusions, summaries and other documents reflecting criminal justice-related subjects as requested by the District Attorney.
  • Ability to identify and acquire knowledge specific to assigned projects (i.e., has the motivation and brain power to “go deep” and become an expert on topics central to projects’ needs and goals, get up to speed quickly, engage in depth with questions of
  • policy and political strategy with a readiness to move swiftly, prepare and deliver informative and well-organized presentations, and make recommendations for action) ;
  • The ability to develop and monitor short/long term plans and to organize and manage a diverse range of assignments and projects with high efficiency, yet thorough attention to detail and follow through;
  •  The ability to collect, review, distill, use and communicate data to guide decision-making and planning;
  • The ability to effectively prepare and present oral and written presentations including technical and analytical reports;
  • Demonstrable leadership experience, with an ability to handle uncertainty, think creatively, embrace new approaches, and pioneer innovative solutions to intricate problems;
  • Excellent organizational skills;
  • Qualifications:
  • A Bachelor’s Degree in business, public administration, organizational development, finance, criminal justice or a related field. (Master’s Degree preferred)
  • A Juris Doctorate
  • Four (4) years of professional-related experience

Salary: $73,558.00
Please email your resume and a writing sample to:
Tawanna Conley
Office Manager
da.employment@fultoncountyga.gov

Coweta Judicial Circuit
Investigator
(11/24/14)

The Coweta Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office is accepting resumes for an Assistant District Attorney position for our Troup County (LaGrange) Office. We are looking for a committed attorney who can manage a large caseload, has the proven capability of effectively multi-tasking and working well in a team environment, possesses a positive attitude, common sense, strong interpersonal skills, a strong sense of personal and community responsibility, and has the ability to stay calm under pressure. This is an entry level/county funded position with State of Georgia benefits. Applicants should be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia.

Applicants should mail or email resume, cover letter and references to:
District Attorney Pete Skandalakis
C/O Linda Tipton, Operations Manager
P. O. Box 2564
Newnan, GA  30264
Email: ltipton@pacga.org

Selected candidates will be contacted for an interview. Candidates who are not selected will not receive notification.

Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia
(10/30/14)

 Accountant (WL)
Job Code: 48031      
Salary: $45,000.00 - $55,000.00
Location: Downtown Atlanta

Opening Date: October 28, 2014
Closing Date: November 5, 2014

Summary of Responsibilities:

The Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia, a judicial branch agency whose mission includes serving as fiscal agent for prosecutors throughout the state, is seeking an experienced Accountant (Accounts Receivable) to work in all aspects of the accounting operations with primariy responsibility for the accounts receivable function.  Responsibilities include:

  • Ensure compliance with AR internal Controls and Procedures.
  • General Ledger account analysis in support of the monthly accounting cycle and reporting process.
  • Coordinates with Grants and Billing in establishing Receivables.
  • Review daily cash receipts and allocative revenue against specific transactions.
  • Correctly applies various accounting theories according to GAAP, governmental accounting.
  • Carefully reviews documentation, journal entries and reports for accuracy and completeness.
  • Accurately and completely records financial transactions according to GAAP and agency policy.
  • Reconcile bank accounts within established timeframes.
  • Participate in the initiation/approval of  wire transactions/ACH Transfers.
  • Actively participates in monthly, quarterly and year end close.
  • Undertakes special accounting projects as requested.

Required Minimum Qualifications:

Completion of a bachelor’s degree in accounting from an accredited college or university AND One year of professional accounting experience OR Completion of a bachelor’s degree in a business curriculum which included completion of introductory and intermediate accounting sequence AND One year of professional accounting experience OR Completion of a master’s degree in accounting.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Ability to provide excellent customer service to internal and external customers.
  • A strong background in the PeopleSoft Financials modules primarily Accounts Receivables and GL.
  • Ability to work independently and complete assignments as a member of a team.
  • Thorough knowledge of State of Georgia governmental accounting operations including the application of general accounting theory and financial systems.
  • Knowledge and experience in an Accounting department within a state agency.
  • Advanced-level skill in the use of MS Word, Excel & PeopleSoft Financial applications required.
  • Ability to multi-task and handle competing priorities against strict deadlines.

The Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia 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!


Please submit a resume and cover letter by 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 4th to Human Resources by e-mail at hr@pacga.org (please enter "Accountant (WL)" in the subject line), or by fax to (404) 969-0020.

Prosecuting Attorneys' Council of Georgia
IT Network/Server Administrator
(10/30/14)

The Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia is seeking a skilled network and server administrator to proactively manage the operations of the computer server room and the office network and to complete special projects as assigned by management.

DUTIES:

  • Configure Symantec security and anti-virus software to provide maximum protection and security for data on all file servers and workstations to prevent loss of end user data.
  • Install a Help Desk and Asset Management software system to facilitate the budgeting process for upgrading IT assets and to track hardware, software and IT support calls.
  • Regularly conduct a test of the backup system to ensure Laserfiche data and office file server data can be restored if needed.
  • Implement a systems management product like System Center Configuration Manager to manage Microsoft software updates for the computers in the PAC office.
  • Implement an end-to-end network monitoring software tool so that the Network Admin is proactively alerted when a critical device goes out of service.
  • Provide support for the phone system and security card access system so that technical issues can be resolved and end users can be administered.
  • Establish and implement policies, procedures, and technologies as well as apply operating system updates, patches, and configuration to ensure all systems are current, secure and accurate.
  • Participate in evaluation of new technologies or solutions to improve service and efficiency of systems with emphasis on system security.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems or related field from a four-year accredited college or university and 8+ years of related experience.

  • Ability to configure CISCO firewall.
  • Ability to configure Dell SonicWall firewall.
  • Knowledge of Extreme Networks environment and devices.
  • Knowledge of ShoreTel PBX phone system.
  • Proficiency in Windows Server administration and Active Directory.
  • Proficiency in Linux operating system.
  • Proficiency in using Microsoft Office suite software.
  • Experience supporting Microsoft SQL Server and MySQL databases.
  • Knowledge of backup and recovery concepts and testing.
  • Knowledge of electronic security access systems from providers such as Convergint Technologies.
  • Experience with Symantec AntiVirus and Symantec Critical System Protection applications is a plus.
  • Experience with implementing and administering Office 365 is a plus.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision, exercise discretion, and use independent judgment.
  • Must be able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.

Other requirements are a valid Georgia driver’s license, the ability to lift and move file servers and other equipment, and excellent customer service and communication skills.

A background in Georgia state government, criminal justice or prosecution is a plus.

JOB STATUS and LOCATION:

This is a full-time contract position for approximately 12 months with the possibility of conversion to a permanent hire. Initial job location is at the PAC office in downtown Atlanta with plans to relocate the PAC office to Morrow, GA by 1-31-15. Occasional travel (10%-15%) within the state of Georgia may be required. Standard dress code is business casual attire. This position will report to the Director, Information Technology Division. Candidates are subject to a thorough background investigation. Please e-mail a cover letter and resume to lhampton@pacga.org.

Atlanta Judicial Circuit
Senior Assistant District Attorney, Appellate Division
(10/3/14)

The Office of the Fulton County District Attorney is seeking an experienced appellate attorney to serve as a Senior Assistant District Attorney assigned to the Appellate Division. Excellent writing and research skills are required. Experience in preparing appeals and arguing before appellate courts preferred. Prior experience with death penalty matters a plus.

Essential Duties:

  • Conducting Legal Research;
  • Preparing and arguing Motions for New Trial;
  • Preparing and arguing Constitutional challenges to indictments;
  • Preparing and writing appellate briefs;
  • Conducting oral argument before the Georgia Appellate courts;
  • Providing research and court support for the trial attorneys.

Essential Skills:

  • Excellent writing skills required;
  • Excellent organizational skills;
  • Excellent oral communication skills;
  • Excellent legal research skills;
  • Excellent working knowledge of Lexis-Nexis;
  • Ability to adjust priorities and manage time wisely in a fast-paced environment;
  • Ability to communicate in a clear, concise, understandable manner, and listen attentively to others.

Qualifications:

  • A Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited law school
  • 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.
  • Experience working in a law firm or government legal office, including at least three (3) years experience in writing appellate briefs and arguing before appellate courts.

Salary: $71,416.00 – $84,000.00 (Salary commensurate with experience)

Please email your resume and a writing sample to:

Tawanna Conley
Office Manager
Tawanna.Conley@fultoncountyga.gov

Augusta Richmond County Solicitor-General's Office
Assistant Solicitor-General
(9/26/14)

The Augusta Richmond County Solicitor’s Office is seeking applicants for an Assistant Solicitor General. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the investigation and preparation of cases for trial, representing the State in all stages of court proceedings and performing additional tasks relating to the function of the department as assigned by the Solicitor-General.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Represents the State in the prosecution of misdemeanor cases with direct litigation responsibilities.
  • Reviews files for prosecution and will represent the State throughout arraignment, trial and sentencing phases.
  • Manages a high volume caseload through case preparation and time management skills.
  • Presents cases for sentencing in State Court.
  • Reviews criminal histories, interviews witnesses and targets specific victim concerns and/or restitution.
  • Conducts special hearings.
  • Serves as resource for subordinate personnel.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Education: Juris Doctorate required. Must be a member in good standing with the Georgia Bar.
  • Experience: One or more years in similar position or sufficient experience to perform principal duties and responsibilities. Internship, third year practice in law, law journal and/or participation in Moot Court will be considered towards experience. Two to three years experience preferred.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Considerable knowledge of state laws, court proceedings, rules of evidence, policies, procedures and activities of the Solicitor General’s Office as they pertain to the performance of duties relating to the position of Assistant Solicitor General.
  • Familiarity with local government and departmental policies and procedures.
  • Proficiency in dealing with the public.
  • Good communication skills, both oral and written.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently.

Other:

  • May supervise designated subordinate personnel.

Salary Is Commensurate With Experience. Position Open Until Filled.

If interested, please email a cover letter and resume to:

Fasha Lewis
Chief Assistant Solicitor-General
flewis@augustaga.gov

Georgia Department of Law
(1/16/14)

Assistant Attorney General, Torts Section
http://law.ga.gov/assistant-attorney-general-torts

Duties & Responsibilities

Position works on tort cases involving the defense of state agencies in state court throughout the state. These actions include wrongful death, medical malpractice, automobile accidents and other negligence claims. Travel is required. POSITION IS OPEN UNTIL FILLED.

Minimum Training & Experience

Member of the Georgia Bar AND graduation from an accredited law school. Preference will be given to applicants with five (5) or more years litigation and/or tort related experience.

Additional Information

Along with your resume, applicants are required to complete and submit an Attorney DEPARTMENT OF LAW application & waiver, which may be found on the Department’s website at: http://law.ga.gov/application-forms. Please mail your completed application to: the address below, Attn: WK Brown, Director of Human Resources. Applications are reviewed by the Division Deputy; selection of candidates is based on the specific preferred qualifications needed by the position. Please submit two (2) writing samples along with copies of your official undergraduate and law school transcripts. You may submit the application & writing samples with the transcripts to follow. Candidates that are not interviewed will have their application information held in the Applicant Pool and considered for future vacancies with the Department. A criminal background check is completed on all candidates; employment is also contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of the background investigation. SALARY IS COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE. POSITION is OPEN UNTIL FILLED.

All qualified and interested applicants should submit a resume and a Department of Law application to:

Attn: WK Brown
Director of Human Resources
Department of Law
40 Capitol Square S.W.
Atlanta, Georgia 30334

Griffin Judicial Circuit
Assistant District Attorney
(8/29/13)

The Griffin Judicial Circuit is now accepting applications for an Assistant District Attorney position. Position will be a county-paid position handling primarily felonies. Applicants must be a member of the State Bar of Georgia. Salary based on experience.

For more information or to submit your resume, please contact Hon. Scott Ballard, District Attorney by email at sballard@fayettecountyga.gov.