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Senior Attorney, National Traffic Law Center — NDAA
Performs a variety of advanced level, professional duties including planning, developing and presenting training relating to enforcement, prosecution, and reporting of commercial motor vehicle and commercial driver’s license violations.
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Accounts Payable Accountant — NDAA
Performs a variety of working level, complex accounting duties as needed to expedite the day-to-day maintenance and processing of accounts payable transactions. Performs a variety of backup support duties as needed. Position open until filled.
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Prosecutor Job Openings
Assistant District Attorney — Dane County, Wisconsin
The Dane County DA’s Office currently has one full-time Assistant District Attorney (ADA) vacancy. The Dane County DA’s Office is particularly interested in recruiting an ADA who will focus his or her practice in the area of crimes against children. This will include prosecuting serious cases of child maltreatment (both abuse and neglect). The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable regarding the best practices for child forensic interviewing, the forensic science of abusive head trauma, the process of disclosure regarding child sexual abuse, and the impact of chronic child maltreatment on the wellbeing of children. Candidates who lack this type of experience are still encouraged to apply as this hiring pool may be used to fill other vacancies arising during the first six months of 2017.
Dealine for applications: Thursday, January 26, 2017.
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Managing Attorney, Attorney,
Lieutenant of Investigations or Investigator for
Independent Investigations Bureau — San Francisco
In response to the need to ensure the integrity of the criminal justice system, the District Attorney of San Francisco, George Gascón, is taking an innovative approach to the investigation and prosecution of officer involved shootings (OIS), in custody deaths and excessive use of force, by creating an Independent Investigations Bureau (IIB). The new Bureau will be responsible for investigating and prosecuting cases of law enforcement officers who violate the Fourth and/or Fourteenth Amendment rights of individuals.
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Attorney General Position-Republic of Palau
The Republic of Palau (ROP), a beautiful island nation in the Western Pacific with a population of about 20,000 persons, is seeking applicants for the position of Attorney General. The position is filled by presidential appointment.
The Attorney General Office (AGO) provides advice and legal support for the executive branch, including the ministers and their staff, on civil matters, defends the ROP in litigation and prosecutes all criminal matters in the Supreme Court. The AGO also provides advice and support through special counsel for several governmental agencies (e.g, Environmental Quality Protection Board, Foreign Investment Board and Palau Election Commission).
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Senior Assistant District Attorney (Monticello, New York)
The Sullivan County District Attorney’s Office seeks a qualified and experienced trial attorney to prosecute criminal cases. The office is located in Monticello, New York. Applicants must possess a J.D. degree from an accredited law school, be admitted to the New York State Bar, be a member in good standing, and have at least five years of criminal litigation experience, including felony jury trials; applicants should possess superior communication and courtroom skills, exhibit exceptional research and writing ability, demonstrate strong interpersonal and professional skills, and must exhibit the ability to work with other attorneys, support staff and client agencies in a professional manner while being able to function in a highly demanding work environment.
Salary range $75,000.00 to $95,000.00, with medical benefits, depending on the number of years of professional experience. Please email a resume, cover letter and list of references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All new employees filling a position in the Sullivan County District Attorney’s Office must attest that their primary residence is within the geographic boundaries of Sullivan County within six months of appointment.
Assistant Attorney General (Chief of Criminal Division)
The Republic of Palau, an independent island nation in the Western Pacific, is seeking applicants for an experienced prosecutor to head up the criminal division of the Office of the Attorney General. The individual must have substantial experience in criminal law and some experience in supervision.
Palau recently adopted a model penal code, consistent with laws applied in most states in the United States. See https://palaulegal.org/palau-national-code/title-17-crimes/. Likewise, the court system and Rules of Criminal Procedure and Evidence are similar. See http://www.palausupremecourt.net.
Annual salary of $56,000. Monthly housing allowance.
The job requires a two-year commitment and an interest in adapting to island life and a Pacific culture. Job begins as early as December 2016.
Please provide a cover letter, resume and a list of references. Must have an active bar license and at least four years of experience in prosecuting criminal cases.
Palau is an international destination for diving and has fresh fish every day. Are you ready for something different?
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Global Investigator I & II
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Global Investigators investigate matters that are the greatest risk to the Company. An ideal candidate will have excellent writing skills, strong investigative skills, and a passion for investigations.
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Manager of Criminal Records — Kansas City, MO
- Supervises approximately 16 employees.
- Is on call twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week and is responsible for answering questions pertaining to the Criminal Records.
- Maintains overall responsibility for inmate property storage including inventory, receiving,
storage and release
- Has the authority, with cause, to release, accept or transfer inmates, and is primarily responsible for assisting the coordination of the inmate population control program with the Population Control Coordinator and Specialist
Deputy DA, I, II, or III — Union County, OR
- Represent the State of Oregon by prosecuting criminal cases on behalf of the people of the State of Oregon in Union County
- Represent the State of Oregon in juvenile delinquency, dependency, forfeiture, child support and civil commitment proceedings
- Advise and train law enforcement and represent the District Attorney in a variety of interagency groups and committees
- Responsible for analysis, preparation, negotiation and litigation of a general caseload
- Any other duties as assigned by the District Attorney