Salary Range: $60,322.74 - $79,594.57 annually
Potential Longevity Bonus: $6,000
Status: Full-time with county benefits package
Location: Stutsman County State's Attorney's Office, 511 2nd Ave SE, Jamestown, ND
This position requires a juris doctorate degree and a North Dakota license to practice law at the time of hire; knowledge of effectively working with the legal process, rules, various types of clients, governmental and court officials, the public; and use of computer software. Ongoing education is required. Applicants will be subject to a post offer criminal background check.
Essential Position Tasks
Provide legal services in various court actions. Prepare files for court proceedings and hearings.
Present evidence and arguments in various levels of court system.
Review criminal investigations, charge violations of law, meet and interview witnesses, identify need for subpoenas, coordinate with law enforcement personnel, and work with defense attorneys.
Prepare and type memos, motions, and legal briefs. Calculate restitution figures for crime victims.
Perform other duties as assigned or apparent.
How to Apply
Application packets must be delivered to the Stutsman County Auditor's Office, 511 2nd Ave SE, Suite 102, Jamestown, ND 58401, or email@example.com before noon on the 17th of November 2017. Failure to deliver all the following five components in completed form is cause to deem the materials submitted insufficient to warrant further consideration.
Applications must include all of the following.
1. Completed official Stutsman County Application for Employment from, available at http://www.co.stutsman.nd.us/careers.html
2. Cover letter
4. Writing sample (not a law review article or case comment)
5. Law school transcript, unofficial copy
Applicants who are residents of North Dakota and desire to claim veterans' preference must include a Form DD214. Claims for disabled veterans' preferences must also include Form DD214 and a letter less than one year old from the Dept. of Veterans Affairs indicating disability. Claims for preference as the eligible spouse of a disabled or deceased veteran must include Form DD214, a marriage certificate, and a letter less than one year old from Dept. of Veterans Affairs indicating disability or the veteran's death certificate.
Applicants who may need additional job information or may require accommodation or assistance with the application or interview process should contact Gwen DuBord at 701-252-6313.
The employer does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in employment or the provision of services, and complies with the provisions of the North Dakota Human Rights Act.