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Senior Program Director - NDAA
Performs a variety of advanced level, professional, administrative and managerial duties related to planning, organizing, controlling and directing the day-to-day operations and functions of an assigned grant funded program or comprehensive training initiatives of the National District Attorney Association. Manages and performs the development and implementation of curricula, training and technical assistance related to grant targeted prosecutorial specializations, i.e., violence against women, child abuse, elderly abuse, domestic violence, sex crimes, trial advocacy, capital litigation, courtroom technology, traffic safety, juvenile justice, cyber crime, gang violence, gun violence, DNA, community prosecution, identity theft, homeland security, etc.
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Prosecutor Job Openings
Jackson County (MO) — Deputy Prosecuting Attorney
Salary: DOQ (dependent on qualifications) + Benefits
Jackson County is the second largest County in the State of Missouri with approximately 670,000 residents. The County includes a majority of the City of Kansas City as well 19 other municipalities that include Independence, Lee's Summit, Raytown, Blue Springs and Grandview.
Job Duties: Supervises six Division Chiefs and indirectly supervises an additional 150 employees including 50 support staff. Assists in the preparation of and administers the annual budget. Maintains liaison with police agencies, local, state and federal agencies and community groups and assists the Prosecuting Attorney with projects as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: Must have a JD degree, and seven (ten years preferred) as an attorney, and be a member of the Missouri Bar Association. Preference is given to candidates with extensive trial and management experience. Must submit to/pass pre-employment drug/background screen. Non-smokers preferred.
Assistant District Attorney, St. Lawrence County, NY
An opening is available for an Assistant District Attorney in the St. Lawrence County District Attorney’s Office. Applicants must have at least two (2) years of experience in the area of felony criminal law including Grand Jury work. The desired candidate would possess superior oral and written communication skills, strong character and interpersonal skills, as well as a deep interest in criminal law, a desire to handle felonies, and a passion for courtroom litigation.
Position open until filled.
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Faculty Position Announcement
Criminal Law and Procedure
School of Government
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The School of Government is accepting applications for a tenure-track faculty position to specialize in criminal law and procedure. Duties include advising and teaching for a broad range of public officials involved in the North Carolina criminal justice system, and serving as the School’s primary contact for work with prosecutors. Audiences for the work of this position include North Carolina prosecutors, judges, magistrates, public defenders, police attorneys, law enforcement officers, corrections officials, local government officials, and members of the public. Applications must be received by March 5.
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Chief State’s Attorney (Public Trust and Police Integrity Unit)
The Office of the State’s Attorney is seeking to fill the position of Chief of the Public Trust and Police Integrity Unit. The Unit is responsible for investigation and prosecution of Baltimore City Police Officers, Correctional Officers and public servants.
The Chief directly supervises a staff of one attorney and two support staff; works closely with the Baltimore City Police Department Internal Investigation Unit, the Baltimore City Police Department Office of Internal Oversight and the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services; conducts investigations; interviews and prepares witnesses for trial, presents testimony to the Grand Jury, supervises confidential disclosures required by the discovery rules and presents cases to juries. Position open until filled.
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