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The National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) is always interested in receiving resumes from qualified candidates for its open positions. NDAA offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefit package. Click on the link for each job posting.

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Prosecutor Job Openings

Association Services Manager
National Association of Attorneys General

The Association Services Manager provides direct support to the Chief of Staff. The Association Services Manager must possess good judgment, strong interpersonal communications, innovative problem solving, IT troubleshooting, and decision making skills, and demonstrate excellent attention to detail. Strong computer skills and “savvy” are a must. The ability to maintain strict confidentiality, professionalism, composure, and discretion are essential. The Association Services Manager must be a team player, able to work in a fluid environment, and possess the judgment to plan, prioritize, and accomplish goals.
Application Deadline: September 30, 2014
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Trial Attorney — DUI Prosecutor, Office of the Attorney General, Government of the District of Columbia
Public Safety Division, Criminal Section

The Criminal Section prosecutes adults who commit certain types of offenses within the District of Columbia. Specifically, the Section prosecutes all traffic offenses, including impaired driving; quality of life offenses; fraud of government agencies; and certain other offenses relating to the agencies.
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Assistant Section Chief (DUI) — Office of the Attorney General, Government of the District of Columbia
Public Safety Division, Criminal Section

The Criminal Section prosecutes adults who commit certain types of offenses within the District of Columbia. Specifically, the Section prosecutes all traffic offenses, including impaired drivers; quality of life offenses; and fraud of government agencies, including tax fraud, welfare fraud, and other specific offenses as requested by the agencies. Responsibilities of the Assistant Section Chief for DUI will primarily include supervision of all aspects of the Section’s DUI prosecution; this will include daily papering (intake) operations for DUI cases; making DUI case assignments; assisting in training of the attorneys and law enforcement officers; providing advice to the attorneys; organizing and maintaining discovery documents relating to the District’s new breath test program; and generally all aspects of supervision of the attorneys. This position requires a relatively high degree of independence in day-to-day operations and a person who can demonstrate that he or she works well with other professionals in a fast-paced environment.
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Assistant Attorney Generals — The Republic of Palau
The Republic of Palau, an island nation in the Western Pacific, seeks applicants for  a Assistant Attorney General in its civil division.

Palau is approximately 500 miles south of the Philippines.  It has a tropical climate, and is highlighted in diving magazines as one of the best scuba diving spots in the world.

Palau’s justice system is based on the U.S. legal system and English is an official language of Palau.

Civil division attorneys:

  • Advise executive branch agencies on legal and administrative matters
  • Pursue civil enforcement actions to enjoin unlawful conduct and to recover monies owed the Republic
  • Defend the Republic and Ministries in civil litigation, including land cases, torts, immigration, election cases, and personnel actions.
  • Draft rules and regulations for agencies 
  • Review and recommend adoption of international treaties/conventions, and represent the Republic at international conferences
  • Drafting and reviewing contracts and agreements entered into by the Republic, and advising agencies on procurement matters

Applicants for this position must have significant prior civil litigation experience.  A strong work ethic, positive attitude, and willingness to work as part of a team are required.  

Work is diverse and challenging in a relaxed yet professional atmosphere.  Candidates should have strong analytic, writing and interpersonal skills and an ability to adapt well to cultural differences. 

Graduation from an accredited law school, membership in a U.S. state bar and at least 5 years of legal experience and court experience are required. Salary starting at $40,000 per annum with additional benefits including paid vacation and sick leave, roundtrip airfare and shipping of household effects, and a housing stipend. 

To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, writing sample and three letters of reference by e-mail to:

Office of the Attorney General, Republic of Palau
PO Box 1365
Koror, PW  96940
Email: aag.pkendall@gmail.com

Interviews will be granted to the most qualified candidates. 
Positions open until filled. 

 

Director, Republic of Palau Financial Intelligence Unit
The Governing Board of the Financial Institutions Commission (“FIC”) is seeking qualified applicants to fill the position of “Director” of the Republic of Palau Financial Intelligence Unit (“FIU”). Candidates with experience in supervision of investigation personnel as well as planning and organizing investigative work related to financial crimes, involved in criminal prosecution and financial crimes investigations, knowledge of criminal and civil law.  Preference is given to applicants that have good knowledge of the region and have had experience working in the Western Pacific. Applicants with legal background in criminal and civil prosecution are added considerations. Position open until filled.
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Special Prosecutor Position — Republic of Palau
The Republic of Palau, a beautiful island nation in the Western Pacific, is seeking applicants for the Special Prosecutor Position.  The successful candidate will be appointed by the President of Palau and confirmed by the Senate for a five year term.

This position will need someone qualified to prosecute criminal cases against government officials and where the Attorney General's Office has determined that there is a conflict of interest.  The Special Prosecutor’s office is a statutorily-created office and the Special Prosecutor has a high degree of independence and job security.  The Special Prosecutor will have full authority over the office budget – typically the office has both a secretary and an investigator.  The position will be filled immediately.
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