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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 will be available in September, 2018.  Please send resumes to Kelly Shoemaker, Office Administrator,  at kshoemaker@clintonctyprosecutor.com   

Posted 8/15/2018


Huron County
The Huron County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office seeks a full-time attorney to fill a civil assistant prosecuting attorney position. The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for handling tax foreclosures and representing various county and township boards. Excellent research and writing skills are required. 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:
Randal L. Strickler, Assistant Prosecutor
Huron County Prosecutor’s Office
12 East Main Street, 4th Floor
Norwalk, Ohio 44857


Posted 8/13/2018


Knox County
Civil Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
Knox County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office seeks a full-time attorney to fill a civil assistant prosecuting attorney position. The successful candidate will be primarily responsible for representing Knox County boards, commissions, officials, officers, and employees in civil matters, including but not limited to litigation and transactional matters to include:
• Represent and advise the County, its elected officials and its various departments, agencies, boards and commissions of Knox County;
• Handle select civil litigation in which the County has an interest, including tort, and contract disputes, as well as civil rights litigation and employment litigation;
• Provide legal advice to County officials, boards and commissions on all legal matters affecting county government, including general legal compliance, labor and employment matters, land acquisition and sales, contract negotiation;
• Represent county officials, county agencies, and county employees in specialized litigation;
• Advise and represent boards of township trustees on wide variety of matters, including land use and zoning matters; and
• Perform all other duties assigned, delegated or required of the Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, as well as those prescribed by law.

• Must be available to meet and work outside the normal working hours for trial preparation;
• Preferred experience representing local governments;
• Preferred two (2) years of experience in civil litigation;
• 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 the confidentiality of law enforcement and investigatory records and other confidential information; and
• Conduct business in accordance with federal statutes and guidelines, the Ohio Revised Code, and the Ohio Administrative Code.

Juris Doctorate; licensed and in good standing to practice law in the State of Ohio.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please send a cover letter; resume including three professional references; and two writing samples by 4 p.m. on September 26 to:
Chip McConville
Knox County Prosecuting Attorney
117 East High Street, Suite 234
Mount Vernon, OH 43050
or electronically to prosecutor@co.knox.oh.us

Posted 8/22/2018


Montgomery County
The Montgomery County Prosecuting Attorney will accept applications for
the position of Assistant Prosecuting Attorney until 4:30 p.m. on Monday,
October 1, 2018
. Depending on experience and qualifications, successful
applicants will be placed in the Appellate, Civil, Criminal, or Juvenile Division.
The Appellate Division is responsible for preparing and arguing appeals of
criminal and juvenile cases in which our county or the State of Ohio is involved.
The Civil Division’s main function is to provide legal counsel and representation
to elected officials, including all county elected officials, judges, and township
trustees. The Criminal Division is responsible for prosecuting felony cases that
occur in our county. 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 either be a member of
the Ohio Bar or have taken the July Bar Exam in Ohio. This position is full time;
no private practice is allowed. Minimum starting salary is $52,500.00 with full
benefits including OPERS. 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
The Montgomery County Prosecutor’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted 9/18/2018


Summit County
Summit County Prosecutor Sherri Bevan Walsh will be scheduling interviews for a Felony Division Courtroom prosecutor position.  Jury trial and Oral Argument experience is required.  Salary will be commensurate with experience.  Please send resume, cover letter and writing sample to:
Assistant Prosecutor Tom Kroll
Summit County Prosecutor’s Office
53 University Avenue
Akron, Ohio 44308
or email to kroll@prosecutor.summitoh.net

Posted 7/6/2018



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