Deputy District Attorney I & II
November 15, 2012
District Attorney I: $7,740
District Attorney II: $8,336
The County of Mono is seeking to fill a Deputy District Attorney I or II position within the Mono County District Attorney’s Office. The successful candidate will possess an understanding of criminal law and procedure, understand principles and practices of legal research, investigation, courtroom procedure and protocol and have a good grasp of the rules of evidence.
The person selected for this challenging position will work out of both office locations and, under direction, perform legal work of a routine to complex nature in the prosecution of criminal cases as well as the enforcement of quasi-criminal cases. They will also help train and advise law enforcement officers on applicable laws, court decisions, and legal authorities. The most important function of this position is to serve as a trial attorney and perform related legal work as required. The ability to perform legal research, define issues, analyze and evaluate alternatives; present statements of fact, law and arguments clearly and logically; organize and manage a dynamic workload and work cooperatively with the public and law enforcement agencies is required.
Deputy District Attorney I: Minimum: Active membership in the State Bar of California. Graduation from an accredited school of law.
Deputy District Attorney II: Minimum: Active membership in the State Bar of California. Three (3) years of professional legal experience comparable to that of a Deputy District Attorney I and a minimum of ten (10) to fifteen (15) jury trials, a combination of misdemeanor and felony cases.
Special Requirements: Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid California driver’s license.
How To Apply:
Application, resume and a summary of your trial experience.
Application materials should be returned to:
County of Mono, CAO/HR
P.O. Box 696, Bridgeport, CA 93517
Telephone: (760) 932-5412 — Fax: (760) 932-5411 — email@example.com
Faxes or email will be accepted only if the original application is mailed and postmarked by the filing date.
December 7, 2012