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Ashtabula County
The Ashtabula County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office seeks an assistant prosecuting attorney in the criminal division. The candidate must be licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio and be in good standing. Experience is preferred, but not required to apply. Compensation is commensurate with experience. This position includes a benefits package including health insurance, sick leave, vacation, and OPERS. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis upon receipt. Send cover letter and resume to:
Ashtabula County Prosecuting Attorney
Attn: Cecilia M. Cooper, Esq.
25 W. Jefferson Street
Jefferson, Ohio 44047

The office of the Ashtabula County Prosecuting Attorney does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age or disability.

Posted 3/8/2020


Clinton County
The Clinton County Prosecutor’s Office, Wilmington, Ohio,  has a position available for an Assistant Prosecutor for felony prosecution and felony trial work.   The position is available in January, 2020.
The starting salary is $50,000.00. Please send resumes to Kelly Shoemaker, Office Administrator,  at kshoemaker@clintonctyprosecutor.com   

Posted 3/19/2020


Huron County
The Huron County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office seeks a full-time attorney to fill an assistant prosecuting attorney position. The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for handling matters in juvenile court, including but not limited to: delinquency, and dependency-neglect-abuse cases. Excellent research, writing, and advocacy skills are required. Possible opportunities for felony work. Must be licensed to practice law in the State of Ohio and in good standing. Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits. Send or e-mail cover letter, resume, writing sample, and salary demand along with references to:
James Joel Sitterly, Prosecuting Attorney
Huron County Prosecutor’s Office
12 East Main Street, 4th Floor
Norwalk, Ohio 44857


Posted 3/18/2020


Marion County
The Marion County Prosecuting Attorney is seeking a qualified applicant for the position of Assistant Prosecuting Attorney.  The candidate will be responsible for a criminal case docket and presenting cases to the grand jury.  A minimum two years of criminal or civil trial experience is required. The candidate should possess strong writing skills. Salary is $52,000 to $55,000 with benefits.  Inquiries to:
Marion County Prosecuting Attorney
134 E. Center St.
Marion, Oh. 42203
or jdavis@co.marion.oh.us.

Posted 02/26/2020


Muskingum County
The Muskingum County Prosecuting Attorney is seeking candidates for the position of Assistant Prosecuting Attorney.  Depending on experience and qualifications, the successful candidate will be assigned responsibilities either in the criminal division (common pleas court, county court, and grand jury) or in the juvenile division. Experience is preferred, but not required to apply. This is a full-time position and therefore no private practice is allowed. Compensation is commensurate with experience.  This position includes a lucrative benefits package including health insurance, sick leave and OPERS.  Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis upon receipt. Send cover letter and resume to:
Muskingum County Prosecuting Attorney
Attn: Sacha Daniels
P. O. Box 189, 27 N. 5th Street, Suite 201
Zanesville, Ohio 43702-0189

Posted 1/7/2020


Pickaway County
The Pickaway County Victims of Crime a division of the Pickaway County Prosecutor’s Office is hiring a full time Victim Advocate/Fiscal Officer.  This is a grant driven $18.50 an hour job.  Benefits package includes health insurance, paid holidays, paid leave days (based on hours worked and years of services), and OPERS.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  Act as a Liaison between crime victims and The Pickaway County Municipal, Juvenile, and Felony Courts, Prosecutors, and Law Enforcement.   Provide services to crime victims with emphasis on domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking/dating violence.  Advocate will provide information, advocacy, and support for victims of crime, including what they can expect from the legal process, notifying victims of scheduled hearings and speaking for victims at court hearings.  Advocate will provide assistance in requesting Orders of Protection and once issued give instruction on how to seek enforcement of their Protection Orders.  Advocate will assist victims in completing and submitting applications for Victims of Crime Compensation, VINE and by providing statistical case load information to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office.  Advocate will have access to all applicable criminal investigations and will provide input to team members to keep the investigation victim centered and offender focused.  Advocate will assist in the VOCA/SVAA Grant process in developing budgets, allocation of staff, and program implementation.  Any other responsibilities required by the director.

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in related field.  Must be able to pass a background check and possess a valid Ohio Driver’s License. Able to work without immediate supervision, multi-task, and maintain accurate, clear records.  Develop and conduct presentations; compile data and prepare written reports.  Ability to speak in front of a large audience.  Ability to handle oneself professionally and act quickly in hostile situations and have strong de-escalations skills.  Exercise the ability to speak with authority and be open-minded.  Must be able to deal with material and or situations that are traumatic in nature.  Must also attend training which will involve some travel. 

Please send applications to:  Emily A. Otterbacher, Program Director, Pickaway County Victims of Crime Program 203 South Scioto Street Circleville, Ohio  43113   

Applications due by:  June 19, 2020 @5:00pm

Posted 5/27/2020


Preble County
The Preble County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office has an immediate opening for an attorney representing Job and Family Services, Children Services Division in all neglect, abuse, and dependency cases; a small felony case load in Common Pleas Court prosecuting child sexual abuse cases related to CSD abuse/dependency actions; and miscellaneous representation of civil clientele, depending on work load. Duties negotiable based upon interests and experience.

The successful applicant will ideally have juvenile court experience, felony trial experience, a demonstrated passion for child advocacy, and the ability to coordinate a substantial case load in multiple courts.  All qualified applicants will be considered.  Salary of $50,000 - $60,000 plus, depending on experience.  Please submit resume and cover letter to:
Martin P. Votel
101 E. Main St., Courthouse First Floor
Eaton, Ohio 45320
or email materials to mvotel@prebco.orgApplication deadline is June 10, 2020

Posted 5/112020


Summit County
The Summit County Prosecutor’s Office is seeking applications for the position of Assistant Prosecutor.  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 1/6/2020


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 case load 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 email to kfitch@wcgov.org or by mail to: 
Nicole T. Coil, Prosecuting Attorney
205 Putnam Street
Marietta, OH  45750.

Posted 2/3/2020


Assistant Attorney General (Civil)
The Northern Mariana Islands, where America begins her day, is looking for a few good lawyers for the civil division of the Office of Attorney General. You make a commitment for two years (plenty of time to learn to scuba dive), advise department heads, defend the Commonwealth in court (dressed a bit more casually than on the mainland) and adapt to an island culture. We pay your relocation costs, and you can use your Ohio bar license to practice here. For details on the job and more information about the Pacific islands as a way of life, contact Tina Sakisat at tina_deleonguerrero@cnmioag.org.  

Posted 1/6/2020

Assistant Attorney General (Criminal)
Are you looking for a change of view? How about the Northern Mariana Islands, listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as having the most temperate climate in the world? We are looking for prosecutors who can make a commitment for two years, handle intake, prosecution of traffic, misdemeanor or felony cases and/or appeals and adapt to an island culture. We pay your relocation costs, and you can use your state bar license to practice here. For details on the job and more information about Pacific islands as a way of life, contact: Chief of the Criminal Division (and former Texas prosecutor), John Bradley at john_bradley@cnmioag.org.

Posted 1/6/2020

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