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Adams County
Seeking county and juvenile court Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for the Adams County Prosecuting Attorney Office located in West Union, Ohio. Responsible to handle a two day per week misdemeanor docket in County Court including preliminary hearings for bind-over to the Grand Jury and appeals. Additionally responsible to handle a Juvenile Court docket consisting of delinquent, unruly, abuse, neglect and dependency cases through conclusion. Bachelor’s degree and graduation from an ABA-approved law school required, with experience in criminal and juvenile law. Experience in prosecution preferred. Must be licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio. Pay will be based on your skills and experience, range $55,000/yr. - $65,000/yr. Benefits include dental insurance, health insurance, paid time off, and vision insurance. Contact:
Adams County Prosecutor's Office
110 W Main St
West Union, OH 45693

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Seeking experienced criminal litigator who may be assigned to various positions in the office where they will handle the prosecution of serious and often complex felony cases. The caseload may include, among other offenses, aggravated assaults with significant injuries, armed robberies, and homicides. The Assistant Prosecutor is expected to successfully manage a high-volume caseload. Some of the frequently handled cases are high profile and require strong litigation and legal writing skills. May be required to be on call 24/7 on a rotational basis to respond to crime scenes. The position reports directly to a Prosecuting Attorney. Reassignment or transfer to different assignments performing comparable work is at the sole discretion of the County Attorney. Juris Doctor (JD) from an accredited and American Bar Association (ABA) approved law school, eight+ years of experience as a felony prosecutor, admitted to practice law and be in good standing with the State Bar of Ohio at the time of hire, currently possess and have the ability to obtain a valid Ohio Driver’s License at time of hire. May require on-call/overtime availability to respond to after-hour inquiries and notification alerts. May be required to travel to perform certain work functions. Pay will be based on your skills and experience, range $75,000/yr+. Benefits include dental insurance, health insurance, paid time off, and vision insurance. Contact:
Adams County Prosecutor's Office
110 W Main St
West Union, OH 45693

Posted 1/25/2022

 

Allen County
The Allen County Prosecutor’s Office in Lima, Ohio is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Prosecuting Attorney within the office’s Juvenile Division.  This Assistant Prosecutor will be responsible for Felony and Misdemeanor prosecution of delinquency offenses before the Court of Common Pleas, Juvenile Division.  Opportunity for advancement to the adult felony docket. Applicants must be licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio with no history of disciplinary action, have good communication and interpersonal skills, a strong sense of professional behavior, and impeccable integrity. Compensation commensurate with experience plus full county medical benefits as well as OPERS. Please send letter of interest and resume to: lbaldauf@allencountyohio.com or:
Allen County Prosecutors Office
204 North Main
Lima, Ohio 45801

Posted 3/8/2022

 

Ashland County
The Ashland County Prosecuting Attorney is seeking a full time, Ohio licensed attorney for the position of Assistant Prosecuting Attorney. The successful applicant will be responsible for the adult, felony criminal caseload. Ashland County is a mostly rural area which appeals to outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. The rugged individualism of the outdoor lifestyle should serve you well if you are a resourceful, self-starting, and self-sufficient applicant who is looking to take on courtroom responsibilities on day one. Experience, including jury trials is required.

Compensation:
-Salary: Commensurate with experience (legal, not outdoors)
-Pension with OPERS (Ohio Public Employee Retirement System)
-Optional Health and Dental insurance
-$10k life insurance paid for by the County
-Optional FSA
-Wellness program
-Optional 457 plans, both Roth and Traditional options
-Paid time off: Sick Leave, Vacation, Personal, and 11 Holidays. We're willing to talk about transferring PTO from other public sector entities as well.

Stuff You Might Want to Know:
-This position reports directly to the Ashland County Prosecuting Attorney.
-We’re a genuinely supportive office.
-We have four areas of practice: Criminal, Civil, Juvenile, and Children’s Services.
-Our team has: 1 Prosecuting Attorney, 5 Assistant Prosecuting Attorneys (you could be the 6th), 1 Victim Advocate, 2 Investigators, and 4 support administrative staff.

How to Apply:
Send Resumes with two writing examples to:
Prosecutor@ashlandcounty .org
Or
Ashland County Prosecutor
110 Cottage St.
Ashland, OH 44805

The Ashland County Prosecutor’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 
 

Clark County
The Clark County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking an attorney for the Civil Division, to provide civil representation to various county offices and boards.  No criminal felony work.  Prior civil government experience preferred, but newly admitted attorneys will be considered.  Bankruptcy knowledge a plus.  Minimum starting salary $52,500 per year.  Send cover letter, resume, writing sample, and references by June 17, 2022, to:
Clark County Prosecutor’s Office
Attn:  Andrew Pickering
50 East Columbia Street
Suite 449
Springfield, Ohio  45502

Or to apickering@clarkcountyohio.gov.

Posted 5/20/2022

 

Clinton County
To apply for this position please email resume and cover letter to Kelly Shoemaker, Office Administrator, Prosecutor’s Office, kshoemaker@clintonctyprosecutor.com
or mail to:
103 E. Main St.
Wilmington, OH  45177.

The Clinton County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for the Juvenile Division to prosecute delinquency, truancy, and unruly cases.   Salary is commensurate with experience.  If interested, please forward resume with cover letter and references to The Clinton County Prosecutor’s Office, attn.: Kelly L. Shoemaker, Office Administrator, at KShoemaker@clintonctyprosecutor.com .

Posted 4/5/2022

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Job Title:  Assistant Prosecutor, Felony Division
Department/Office:  Prosecutor’s Office
Position Reports To:  Prosecuting Attorney
Unclassified                                    
Exempt
Full-Time Position
Starting Salary: Commensurate with Experience

This job description is not intended to be all inclusive and may be changed at any time with or without notice. It’s not a contract of employment, express or implied. Job responsibilities may include other responsibilities as assigned by immediate supervisor, Department Head or Elected Official. Resume should include 3 references including phone and email contact information. This job will be posted until filled. Job

Summary:  Directly reports to the Prosecuting Attorney.  This position will require general prosecutorial duties as well as felony criminal prosecution and trial work.  This full time position is eligible for medical, dental, vision and life insurance benefits as well as Ohio Public Employee Retirement (OPERS)

Clinton County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted 4/13/2022

 

Erie County
Civil Division 
247 Columbus Avenue
Sandusky, Ohio 44870
8 A.M to 4 P.M.                   Monday-Friday

CLOSING DATE: June 10, 2022

EFFECTIVE STARTING DATE:     As soon as possible

SALARY: Commensurate with experience

Mail or Email Resume and Letter of Interest:
Erie County Prosecutor’s Office
247 Columbus Avenue, Suite 319
Sandusky, Ohio 44870
Attn: Ashley Schwinn, Office Manager
aschwinn@eriecounty.oh.gov

ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY – CIVIL DIVISION
To provide quality and timely legal counsel to the elected officials, boards, and departments of the Erie County government and the Erie County township governments.

Description

  • Consults, counsels and advises statutory clients of the County Prosecutor, such as elected officials (e.g., Board of County Commissioners, County Auditor), county departments (e.g., Department of Environmental Services), and various boards (e.g., Board of Elections) of the County;
  • Consults, counsels, and advises elected officials (e.g., Boards of Township Trustees, Fiscal Officers), departments (e.g., Fire Department, Highway Department, Zoning Department), and boards (e.g., Board of Zoning Appeals) of the townships within Erie County;
  • Attends and provides legal counsel at various meetings of the Board of County Commissioners, Boards of Township Trustees, Boards of Zoning Appeals, and other boards and departments of the County and/or Townships;
  • Represents the County Treasurer in delinquent tax collection efforts through tax foreclosure actions;
  • Represents the County and/or Townships in litigation matters;
  • Performs other related duties as assigned or required.

Qualifications

  • J.D.; admitted to, and in good standing with, the Ohio Bar;
  • Five or more years of legal experience preferred;
  • Previous governmental law experience and familiarity of governmental law;
  • Substantial civil litigation/trial experience; foreclosure litigation experience preferred;
  • Ability to efficiently research and write on a wide variety of legal issues;
  • Ability to effectively communicate with clients and the general public;
  • Ability to maintain and strengthen working relationships with supervisors, associates, clients, and the general public;

Posted 5/20/2022

 

Franklin County
The Franklin County Prosecutors Office is seeking an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney (APA) in the Conviction Integrity Unit. A strong background in criminal litigation and experience with interviewing witnesses and conducting investigations is suggested. The APA will operate standard office equipment, including but not limited to telephone, computer, laptop, printer, fax, copier, calculator, and other necessary office equipment. This position requires high levels of confidentiality.
CORE COMPETENCIES:
• Critical thinking and decision-making skills
• Detail oriented
• Flexible and quick-thinking
• Ability to learn new tasks quickly when required
• Good time management, including ability to prioritize all job duties to ensure accurate and timely completion of responsibilities
• Possess excellent research and writing skills with requisite understanding of relevant legal theories
• Knowledge of computers and computer operating systems, with ability to learn Matrix case management system
• Must possess qualities of fairness, a strong work ethic, the highest integrity, and ability to maintain confidentiality
• Able to perform all other duties assigned, delegated or required of the Assistant Prosecuting Attorney as well as those prescribed by law
For complete information click here by July 30, 2022

Posted 4/8/2022

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The Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office is currently looking for attorneys with civil litigation experience, including discovery and motions practice, with a preference for attorneys who have represented public entities. The Assistant Prosecuting Attorney (APA) in the Civil Division represents Franklin County boards, commissions, officials, officers, and employees in civil matters, including but not limited to litigation. The candidate must have a firm foundation in legal research and writing, excellent time-management skills, and a willingness to participate in hearings, arbitrations, and trials. This position requires high levels of confidentiality. Starting Salary $80,000-$100,000 commensurate with experience. For complete information click here

Posted 4/8/2022
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The Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office is currently looking for attorneys with prosecution (or equivalent) experience. Our office is expanding several units and will be hiring prosecutors with one to five years’ experience, subject to advancement. The Assistant Prosecuting Attorney (APA) is an attorney who has a firm foundation in legal research and writing, good time-management skills, and a willingness to participate in trials. The APA may represent Franklin County boards, commissions, officials, officers, and employees in matters, including but not limited to litigation and transactional matters. The APA will operate standard office equipment, including but not limited to telephone, computer, laptop, printer, fax, copier, calculator, and other necessary office equipment. This position requires high levels of confidentiality. Starting salary commensurate with level of experience. For complete information click here

Posted 4/8/2022

 

Geauga County
Assistant Juvenile Prosecutor and Assistant Family Prosecutor
The Geauga County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Prosecutor, Juvenile Division.  Must be a licensed attorney in good standing in Ohio.  Preferred applicant will have courtroom experience and have experience handling criminal matters.  Job duties include advising law enforcement agencies on legal matters; prosecuting felony, misdemeanor and traffic cases in juvenile court.  Additionally, assists in community outreach in area schools and coordinates the prosecutor diversion program.  Applicant must have a good work ethic and excellent communication skills.  Full County benefits including paid sick leave, paid vacation, and the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System.  Please send letter of interest and resume to: James R. Flaiz, Geauga County Prosecuting Attorney at: james.flaiz@gcpao.com

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The Geauga County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Prosecutor, Family Division. Job duties include advising the Department of Job and Family Services on legal matters; handling a caseload of matters referred by JFS; and representing JFS in Abuse, Neglect and Dependency cases in Juvenile Court. Applicant must have a good work ethic and excellent communication skills.  Full County benefits including paid sick leave, paid vacation, and the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System.  Please send letter of interest and resume to: James R. Flaiz, Geauga County Prosecuting Attorney at: james.flaiz@gcpao.com

Posted 4/18/2022

 

Greene County

Position Title: Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
Department: Civil Division
Reports to: Division Chief/Elected Prosecuting Attorney
Job Type: Full-Time
Hours: 7:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M. Monday – Friday (variable shift/hours may apply)

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND TRAINING: Juris Doctorate; licensed and in good standing to practice law in the State of Ohio.
Description: Civil Assistant Prosecutors represent Greene County boards, commissions, officials, officers, and employees in civil matters, including, but not limited to, litigation, statutory compliance, and contract and document review.

The Civil Division’s main function is to provide legal counsel and representation to elected officials, including all county elected officials, and township trustees.

Responsibilities:
-Represent and advise the Treasurer
-Assist the Treasurer in collection of delinquent real property, personal property, and manufactured and mobile home taxes and assessments; representation of the Treasurer in any proceeding for the collection of those taxes and assessments
-Assist other County officials, boards, commissions, agencies, and boards of township trustees as needed in property and tax matters, including, but not limited to, forfeited lands and sale; easements; transfer and purchase of property; eminent domain; tax appeals
-Other duties as needed, including, but not limited to, the following:
-Handle select civil litigation in actions for alleged civil rights violations; civil tort actions; and contract disputes;
-Provide legal advice to County officials, boards, and commissions on all legal matters affecting county government, including general legal compliance, employment matters, land acquisition, and contract negotiation;
-Represent county officials, county agencies, and county employees in specialized litigation;
-Advise and represent boards of township trustees on a wide variety of matters, including land use and zoning matters; and
-Perform all other duties assigned to, delegated to, or required of the Assistant Prosecuting Attorney.

Experience and Skills:
Preferred three (3) years of experience in civil litigation, with an emphasis on property and tax law;
Preferred experience working with local governments or other similar experience;
Must be available to work in the office on a daily basis and have the ability to meet and work outside the normal working hours;
Must be able to work both independently and collaboratively and possess strong interpersonal skills;
Must possess the ability to effectively manage time and meet deadlines;
Must possess excellent research and writing skills and requisite understanding of relevant law and regulations;
Must possess qualities of fairness, a strong work ethic, have the highest integrity, and must also maintain client confidentiality.

Candidates should possess exceptional writing abilities, effective oral communication skills, and be a member of the Ohio Bar in good standing. This position is full time; no private practice is allowed. Starting salary will be based upon experience.  Full benefits including health care, vacation, sick leave, and Ohio Public Employees Retirement System are available. Continuing legal education credits are also available. Send, e-mail, or fax a cover letter, resume, and list of three professional references to:

David D. Hayes
Greene County Prosecuting Attorney
61 Greene Street, Suite 200
Xenia, OH 45385
david.hayes@greenecountyohio.gov  
(937) 562-5250
(937) 562-5107 (fax)

Applications must be received no later than June 5, 2022.

Posted 5/19/2022

 

Jackson County
The Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking to hire an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney. Competitive salary and great benefits available. The successful candidate will have responsibilities in criminal, civil, appellate, and juvenile cases. To apply, please e-mail your resume to careers@jacksonprosecutor.com

Posted 2/14/2022

 

Licking County
The Licking County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking applicants for a full-time Assistant Prosecutor in the Juvenile Division. Primary duties include arrests, trial work, search warrants, and appeals. Juvenile Assistant Prosecutors will handle delinquency, abuse, neglect, and dependency cases. Prior courtroom experience is preferred, but not required.

Posted 4/11/2022
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The Licking County prosecutor’s Office is seeking applicants for a full-time Assistant Prosecutor in the Felony Division. Primary duties include processing new felony cases including arrests, trial work, and search warrants. 2 years experience, jury trial experience in Felony Prosecution is preferred. Felony Assistant Prosecutors have the opportunity to work four 10-hour shifts per week.

Posted 4/11/2022
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Send cover letter and resume for any of the above positions to Paige Crawmer at pcrawmer@lcounty.com

OR

Licking County Prosecutor’s Office
20 S. Second St.
Newark, OH 43055
Attn: Paige Crawmer

 

Logan County
Looking for an Assistant Prosecutor for Logan County Ohio to handle an active adult felony caseload.  Primary responsibilities include: Working with law enforcement, victims and witnesses in preparing cases; reviewing search warrants; presenting cases to the grand jury; handling pretrial motions and negotiations, trial, and post-conviction matters including appeals; frequent court appearances in common pleas court for arraignments, pretrial hearings, trials, sentencing, post-conviction proceedings on assigned cases; assists other Assistant County Prosecutors as needed in the preparation and presentation of criminal cases; writes appellate briefs and prosecutes appeals. Must be admitted to practice law in the State of Ohio and in good standing. Must also possess excellent written and verbal communication skills, be highly organized, and be self-motivated. Salary depends on experience. Contact:
Eric Stewart
Logan County Prosecuting Attorney
117 E. Columbus Ave.
Bellefontaine, OH 43311
(937) 599-7271   FAX
(937) 599-7272   PHONE

Posted 3/27/2022

 

Lorain County
Criminal Assistant Prosecuting Attorney – The Lorain County Prosecutor’s Office is looking for an attorney with at least 3 years of active courtroom criminal law practice experience to join our team of felony courtroom prosecutors committed to justice and public service. Candidates must be a licensed attorney in good standing with the Ohio Supreme Court and possess strong skills in research, writing, and advocacy. Prosecutorial experience in managing a courtroom criminal docket and/or handling major trials is preferred. Compensation for this position will be commensurate with the candidate’s experience. Applicants should e-mail a cover letter and resume to Deputy Chief of Staff Chris Pyanowski at chris.pyanowski@lcprosecutor.org

Posted 4/22/2022

 

Lucas County
The Lucas County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking individuals to a position in either the Common Pleas or the Juvenile Division. Full time position available as a criminal Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, applicants must be an Ohio Licensed Attorney. Trial experience and previous service as an assistant prosecutor preferred but not mandatory. Full time position will include benefits all positions include OPERS, sick leave, and vacation time. Starting salary is commensurate with experience. Interested applicants should send cover letter, resume and references to:
Kelly Yakumithis kyakumithis@co.lucas.oh.us
Lucas County Prosecutor’s Office
700 Adams St. Ste. 250
Toledo, Ohio 43604
419-213-4700

Posted 4/5/2022

 

Marion County
ASSISTANT PROSECUTOR, CIVIL DIVISION
The Marion County Prosecuting Attorney is seeking a qualified applicant for the position of Assistant Prosecuting Attorney within the Office’s Civil Division.  The candidate will be responsible for representation of county and township officials, Boards and Commissions, and various other civil responsibilities of the office.  The candidate should possess strong communication and writing skills. Salary is commensurate with experience.  Inquiries to:
Marion County Prosecuting Attorney
134 E. Center St.
Marion, Oh. 42203
or jdavis@co.marion.oh.us.

ASSISTANT PROSECUTOR, JUVENILE DIVISION
The Marion County Prosecuting Attorney seeks a qualified Attorney for assignment to the Juvenile Division of the Prosecutor’s Office.  This Assistant Prosecutor will be responsible for Felony and Misdemeanor prosecution of delinquency offenses before the Court of Common Pleas, Family Division.  Opportunity for advancement to the adult felony docket.  Minimum 1 year of experience required. Salary commensurate with experience. Send resume to:
Jaime Davis, Office Mgr. at jdavis@co.marion.oh.us

Posted 3/2/2022

 

Medina County
The Medina County Prosecutor’s Office seeks a full-time Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for their Child Support Division. Responsibilities will primarily include all aspects of Child Support Enforcement / Termination / URISSA Actions / Show Cause and Felony Criminal Prosecution.  The successful applicant will be working in both the Domestic Relations Court and the Court of Common Pleas. Minimum Qualifications should inclued a Juris Doctorate and license to practice law in the State of Ohio, excellent research and writing abilities, and exceptional communication skills. 1-3 years of experience as practicing attorney desired but all applicants will be considered.   Salary is commensurate with experience.  Medical insurance, retirement contributions, sick time, paid holidays and vacation earned after 1 year of employment. Hours:  Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please send resume, including salary requirements to:
Medina County Prosecutor’s Office
Attn: Office Administrator
60 Public Square
Medina, Ohio 44256
E-mail: ecraddock@medinaco.org 

All applications will be kept confidential.

Posted 5/11/2022

 

Meigs County
TWO ATTORNEY POSITIONS OPEN
The Meigs County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office is hiring two full-time assistant prosecuting attorneys. One position will be assigned to handle misdemeanors in County Court, felony and misdemeanor delinquency cases and unruly cases in Juvenile Court, occasional felonies in the Court of Common Pleas, and delinquent real estate tax litigation.

The other position will be assigned to the Department of Job and Family Services to handle child support cases, children services cases, and adult protective services cases. Meigs is a small county, so the caseload is reflective of that. Office hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00-4:00. Standard benefits include medical, dental, and vision insurance, life insurance, retirement through OPERS, and paid sick and vacation time. Salary is commensurate with experience. Prosecutorial experience is preferred, but not required. Applicants should e-mail a resume, cover letter, and three references to jstanley@meigscountyprosecutor.com.

Posted 4/7/2022

 

Montgomery County
The Montgomery County Prosecuting Attorney will accept applications for the position of Assistant Prosecuting Attorney until 4:30 p.m. on Monday, June 27, 2022. Depending on experience and qualifications, successful applicants will be placed in the Appellate, Criminal, or Juvenile Division. The Appellate Division is responsible for preparing and arguing all appeals of criminal and civil cases in which Montgomery County is a party. Attorneys in this division spend extensive time doing legal research, preparing written briefs, and
arguing the cases before the Court of Appeals, Federal Courts, and the Ohio Supreme Court. The Criminal Division is responsible for prosecuting felony cases that occur in our county. The Criminal Division consists of four trial teams; an intake section, which handles grand jury matters; as well as the Violent Crimes Bureau.
The Juvenile Division handles cases against offenders under the age of 18, cases against adults who abuse or neglect children, and intervenes to protect, and in some cases remove, abused and neglected children from dangerous environments. Candidates should possess a strong academic record, good writing and oral
communication skills, and be a member of the Ohio Bar or planning to take the July 2022 Uniform Bar Examination. This position is full time; no private practice is allowed. Minimum starting salary for a licensed attorney is $60,000.00 with full benefits including OPERS. Up-to-date COVID vaccines are required.
Send, e-mail or fax a cover letter, resume and list of three professional references to:
Ms. Debra B. Armanini
First Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office
301 West Third Street, P.O. Box 972
Dayton, OH 45422
Fax (937)225-3470
armaninid@mcohio.org

The Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted 5/17/2022

 

Morrow County
The Morrow County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking a qualified applicant for the position of an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney. This attorney will independently manage a felony case load representing the State of Ohio in all criminal matters before the Morrow County Common Pleas Court and the Grand Jury, under the general supervision of the Prosecuting Attorney. Applicant must be a licensed attorney in good standing with the Supreme Court of Ohio. Trial experience and previous service as an assistant prosecutor preferred. Salary will commensurate with experience. County health insurance, vacation and OPERS package included. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis upon receipt. Interested applications should send resume and references to:
Morrow County Prosecuting Attorney
Attn: Prosecutor Tom Smith
60 East High Street
Mt. Gilead, Ohio 43338
Or prosecutor@morrowcountyohio.gov

Posted 2/6/2022

 

Portage County
The PORTAGE COUNTY PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Prosecutor in the Portage County Municipal Court.  This position in the Municipal Court is responsible for prosecution of misdemeanor level offenses. Applicants must be licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio with no history of disciplinary action, have good communication and interpersonal skills, a strong sense of professional behavior, and impeccable integrity.  Compensation for the position is $63,000.00 plus full county medical benefits as well as OPERS. Please send letters of interest and resume to Victor V. Vigluicci, Portage County Prosecutor, at vvigluicci@portageco.com

Posted 1/21/2022

 

Preble County
The Preble County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking a full-time Assistant Prosecuting Attorney.  Applicants must be licensed in Ohio and have a minimum of two years’ experience in criminal law.  Jury trial experience strongly preferred.   Job Responsibilities may be tailored to suit the interests of the successful candidate, but will include prosecuting felony cases, juvenile delinquency cases, and providing legal advice to law enforcement.  Applicants will need proficiency in Microsoft Office and Westlaw, with experience in the Matrix Case Management Software preferredSalary up to $85,000.00, depending on experience, with full benefits and retirement.  Quality of life accommodations such as limited work-from-home and comp time are negotiable in keeping with work demands.  This is a great opportunity to perform meaningful work in a great environment while preserving your quality of life!  Cover letters and resumes should be submitted to tina@prebco.org by no later than June 20, 2022.

Posted 5/17/2022

 

Richland County
The Richland County Prosecutor's Office is looking to fill a vacancy in its Civil Division.  One – five years’ experience is preferred.  Must be licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio and in good standing.  Salary ranging from $45,000 - $55,000.  Please send a cover letter, resume, and writing sample to Audrea Daniel, Office Administrator, adaniel@richlandcountyoh.gov.

Posted 2/2/2022

The Richland County Prosecutor's Office is looking to fill a vacancy in its Criminal Division. Salary of up to $80,000/year, depending on experience and qualification, plus full benefits.  Applicants must be licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio and in good standing with the Supreme Court of Ohio.  Three-five years experience preferred and some jury trial experience a definite plus.  Please send a cover letter and resume with 3 references to Office Administrator Audrea Daniel at: adaniel@richlandcountyoh.gov

Posted 2/16/2022

 

Ross County
The Ross County Prosecutor’s Office is accepting applications for the position of full-time Assistant Prosecuting Attorney in our Civil Division.  The successful candidate will primarily be responsible for representing various county agencies and townships in a number of capacities including, but not limited to, administrative hearings for the CSEA, foreclosure actions, contract review, zoning, and nuisance properties.  Some litigation will be involved.  Applicant must be licensed to practice law and be in good standing with the Ohio Supreme Court.  Candidates should possess strong communication, writing, and research skills.  Compensation for this position will be between $65,000-$80,000/year, commensurate with experience, and will include full county benefits.  Send or e-mail cover letter, resume, references, and a writing sample to prosecutor@rosscountyohio.gov

Posted 3/23/2022

 

Sandusky County
QUALIFICATIONS:  An example of acceptable qualifications:
Must be an Ohio licensed and practicing attorney in good standing with the ability to work well with law enforcement, attorneys and the general public.  Multi-tasking, strong case management skills and computer skills are mandatory.  Prior experience in criminal practice preferred.

LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Must possess a Juris Doctorate and be a lawyer in good standing with the Ohio Supreme Court.
Must pass a criminal background check through Ohio BCI and the FBI.
Must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license, must be able to drive self to and from court and other locations on a daily basis, and must maintain insurability under the county’s vehicle insurance policy.

EQUIPMENT OPERATED:  The following are examples only and are not intended to be all-inclusive.
Computer, office copier, typewriter, fax machine, passenger vehicle.

INHERENTLY HAZARDOUS OR PHYSICALLY DEMANDING WORKING CONDITIONS:  For purposes of ORC 4167.

Occasional -    Contact with potentially violent or emotionally distraught persons.

This position description in no manner states or implies that these are the only duties and responsibilities to be performed by the position incumbent.  The Essential Functions of the position identified on subsequent pages are for purposes of 42 USC 12101.  My signature below signifies that I have reviewed and understand the contents of my position description and I can perform all the essential functions of this position description.
                                                                       
JOB DESCRIPTION AND WORKER CHARACTERISTICS:
JOB DUTIES: In order of importance

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION:  (* indicates developed after employment)
80%     (1)        Under the direction of the County Prosecutor or her designee, this position is
primarily responsible for performing professional legal work in preparing for prosecution and disposing of cases in the Sandusky County Courts, Juvenile Court and Common Pleas Court. Individual caseloads will be assigned based on current staffing levels. This position has a high degree of autonomy and must demonstrate an ability to work directly with law enforcement, courts, and administration. The successful candidate must possess impeccable organizational skills. This position may be on-call outside of normal working hours and is expected to assist law enforcement personnel, as needed, at any time of any day.

                                    (1)        Knowledge of:           (a); (b); (c); (d); (e). 
Skill in:                       (f); (g); (h).
Ability to:                   (i); (j); (k); (l); (m); (n); (o).    

20%    Makes charging decisions following review and evaluation of police reports. Remain current on trends and techniques in successful prosecution. Independently conduct trials and pretrial hearings. Interviews witnesses, victims, and law enforcement officers, and presents arguments in court. Must demonstrate professionalism in conferring with counsel for defense and witnesses. Performs legal research and drafts written motions, pleadings, arguments, and other memoranda.

                                    (2)        Knowledge of:           (a); (b); (c); (d); (e). 
Skill in:                       (f); (g); (h).
Ability to:                   (i); (j); (k); (l); (m); (n); (o).    

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs other duties as assigned by Prosecutor.                   

MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE CHARACTERISTICS: (* indicates developed after employment)
Knowledge of:           (a) criminal investigation and law enforcement or investigative methods, practices and procedures; (b) agency policies and procedures; (c) safety practices and procedures; (d) case preparation techniques; (e) rules of evidence;

Skill in:                       (f) computer operation; (g) typing; (h) motor vehicle operation

Ability to:                   (i) maintain accurate documentation; (j) communicate effectively; (k) maintain confidential and sensitive information; (l) establish facts and draw valid conclusions; (m) use proper research methods in gathering data; (n) gather data, people or things; (o) handle sensitive inquiries from, and contacts with, officials and general public.                   

Posted 4/19/2022

 

Shelby County
The Shelby County Prosecutor’s Office in Sidney, Ohio is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Prosecuting Attorney within the office’s Civil Division. The successful applicant will be responsible for representing county and township officials, boards and commissions, and various other civil prosecutorial responsibilities. The successful applicant will also provide support with criminal cases as needed. Some experience is preferred but not required. Candidates should be a licensed attorney in good standing with the Ohio Supreme Court and possess strong writing, oral communication and advocacy skills. Compensation for this position will be commensurate with the candidate’s experience and will include full county benefits. Interested applicants should send their resume and a writing sample to Timothy S. Sell, Shelby County Prosecuting Attorney, at tim@hz-lawyers.com.

Posted 1/18/2022

 

Stark County
Stark County, Ohio
Job Title:          Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
Department:     Criminal Division
Reports to:        Chief Assistant, Criminal Division
Salary:              Commensurate with experience
QUALIFICATIONS: An example of acceptable qualifications:

  • Juris Doctorate
  • Member of the Ohio State Bar
  • Three (3) to five (5) years’ experience as a practicing attorney preferably with criminal matters (defense, public defender or prosecutor).

LICENSURE OR CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a lawyer in good standing with the Ohio Supreme Court.
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check through the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation & Identification and Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • Must possess a valid Ohio driver’s license

ESSENTIAL FUNTIONS OF THE POSITION:

  • Attends court proceedings, as necessary, to prosecute and dispose of felony criminal cases, conducts/presents criminal cases in all Stark County Courts; conducts plea negotiations; presents arguments/evidence to the court for trials/motion hearings and sentencing, etc. Participates in diversion and solution-based proceedings (i.e., Drug Court, Mental Health Court);
  • Prepares criminal cases for pretrial and trial; prepares for court proceedings; performs legal research; analyzes legal issues; writes briefs; prepares and reviews legal documents, reports, and correspondence; researches and writes opinions, motions, and memorandums in response; prepares indictments; screens cases from police for possible criminal prosecution to make determination whether to prosecute case; interviews witnesses, victims, and law enforcement to prepare for case; identifies needed equipment and technology for courtroom and provides feedback to County Prosecutor.
  • Maintains required licenses and certifications.
  • Meets all job safety requirements and all applicable OSHA safety standards that pertain to essential functions
  • Attends professional education and training sessions, seminars, and workshops as directed

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Performs other duties as required.

BENEFITS OF EMPLOYMENT:
•           Enrollment in OPERS
•           County Benefits package, including access to Health/Dental insurance
•           Paid CLE opportunities
•           Eligible for Federal Student Loan Forgiveness.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:   Please send a cover letter; resume including professional references to prosecutor@starkcountyohio.gov

Online listing at https://www.starkcountyohio.gov/_T106_R104.php

Posted 2/2/2022

 

Summit County
The Summit County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Prosecutor.  Position in the Criminal Division with jury trial experience.  Applicants must have a strong work ethic, a willingness to learn, and be licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio with no history of disciplinary action.  No private practice will be permitted. Compensation for the position will be commensurate with the candidate's experience and skill set and includes full county benefits as well as OPERS. Please send letters of interest and resume to: Heaven DiMartino, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Summit County Prosecutor’s Office. dimartino@prosecutor.summitoh.net

Posted 5/9/2022

 

Warren County
Assistant Prosecutor – Civil Division
Warren County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking full-time attorney.  Applicant must be licensed to practice law in the state of Ohio.

Main duties include: 
Prosecutes county and township building and zoning violations, and criminal and civil litigation.  Provides legal counsel to county and township building and zoning department.  Provides legal representation to county elected officials and departments including county commissioners, clerk of courts, engineer, sheriff, judges, and other boards, departments, agencies, and other statutory clients in litigation matters, real estate tax issues, bankruptcies, contracts, and general law.  Represents county treasurer on delinquent real estate, personal property, and manufactured home tax collection matters including preparation, filing, and litigation of complaints for collection of delinquent taxes.  Provides legal advice to Warren County Board of Revision and represents the board at hearings, including representation before the Board of Tax Appeals.  Represents county treasurer and auditor in foreclosure cases relating to real estate and taxation.  Represents statutory clients on legal issues including preparation and approval of contracts, prosecution and preparation of disciplinary actions, due process claims, liability and other legal matters.  Provides legal representation on adult and child protective services.  An employee assigned to this position is a professional attorney, licensed to practice law in the state of Ohio.

This position is full time with full benefits including PERS, sick leave, and vacation.  Starting salary is commensurate with experience.  Applicants should apply by resume with references to:
Michelle Buck, Office Administrator
Warren County Prosecutor’s Office
520 Justice Drive
Lebanon, OH 45036
michelle.buck@warrencountyprosecutor.com
Phone: (513) 695-1780

The Warren County Prosecutor's Office is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted 5/17/2022

 

Washington County
The Washington County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking qualified applicants for the full-time position of Assistant Prosecuting Attorney. The Assistant Prosecuting Attorney will independently manage a felony caseload and represent the State of Ohio in criminal matters at the trial level before the Washington County Court of Common Pleas under the general supervision of the Prosecuting Attorney. The position may also assist and support the office in juvenile, appeals, and civil matters as needed. Compensation will be commensurate with the candidate’s experience. Must be a licensed attorney in good standing with the Supreme Court of Ohio. Preferred two years’ criminal or trial experience. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume by June 6, 2022, by email to kfitch@wcgov.org or by mail to: 
Nicole T. Coil, Prosecuting Attorney
205 Putnam Street
Marietta, OH  45750.

Posted 5/17/2022

 

Wayne County
The Wayne County Prosecuting Attorney and the Wayne County Child Support Enforcement Agency is seeking to fill an opening for a Supervising Assistant Prosecuting Attorney. This position is full-time, unclassified and FLSA exempt. Wayne County benefits, including health insurance, life insurance, vacation leave, and sick leave are available. The starting wage for this position is commensurate with experience and level of skills, abilities, and knowledge as outlined below. This position is eligible for hybrid remote work.
Qualifications: Must possess a Juris Doctorate degree. Must be licensed to practice law in the state of Ohio and be a member in good standing with the Supreme Court of Ohio. Trial and child support experience is preferred but not required. Duties: Participates in and conducts litigation proceedings. Ensures all information is thoroughly prepared and ready for court hearings. Attends and represents the Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) in matters before Wayne County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. Reviews cases and determines actions to be taken. Prepares various basic and complex legal documents independently. Provides direct supervision and performance management to Legal Case Managers/Investigators and Legal Specialist. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Thorough knowledge of local, state and federal processes and procedures that impact the child support program. Maintain all continuing education requirements as established by the Supreme Court of Ohio. Ability to provide legal guidance to the CSEA. Ability to think fast on one’s feet, a strong sense of professional behavior, impeccable integrity, and an ability to work efficiently and effectively under pressure in a fast-paced environment. Ability to coordinate, motivate and direct employees. The successful candidate must possess superior organizational skills and be proficient in computer operations including Microsoft Office Suite. The successful candidate must possess superior oral and written communication skills, work independently, extract information from various sources and present and explain relevant policies and procedures. Submit a Wayne County Employment Application, resume and cover letter outlining your ability to fulfill the responsibilities of this position to:
Shayne M. Oehlhof, Wayne County CSEA Director
428 W. Liberty St., Suite 11
Wooster, Ohio 44691
or via e-mail at Shayne.Oehlhof1@jfs.ohio.gov

Applications are at the Commissioners’ Office, 428 W. Liberty Street, Wooster, Ohio 44691 or via the internet at https://www.wayneohio.org/employment-opportunities.

We are an equal opportunity employer that does not discriminate based on sex, race, creed, color, age, national origin, or disability.
Date posted: May 26, 2022
Qualified applicants should apply by Monday, June 6th, 2022

Posted 5/26/2022

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