TeamChild is a nationally recognized nonprofit serving vulnerable youth across Washington State. TeamChild is best known for its legal services program reaching children in crisis in King, Pierce, Spokane, and Yakima counties.
Our clients are young people and many are involved in the juvenile justice and child welfare systems. Our legal services program is designed to keep young people out of juvenile court by reconnecting them to education, healthcare, mental health, and housing supports. We work closely with public defenders, juvenile court staff and the community to positively impact the young person’s life while helping the youth to accomplish their goals and reduce further contact with the courts. The mission of TeamChild is to uphold the rights of youth involved, or at risk of involvement, in the juvenile justice system to help them secure the education, healthcare, housing and other support they need to achieve positive outcomes in their lives. In our work we aim to move systems away from exclusion, arrest and incarceration towards more effective strategies that have the best chance of promoting the well-being and success of our most vulnerable children. For more information, see www.teamchild.org.
TeamChild is seeking a full-time staff attorney in our Pierce County office in Tacoma Washington, located approximately 30 miles south of Seattle. TeamChild’s Pierce County Office will soon be celebrating our 20th year serving youth. The vision for this new staff attorney position was developed with input from community service providers and advocates for homeless youth. The new staff attorney will join our Pierce County team and allow us to expand our legal services to youth and young adults experiencing housing instability or homelessness. The position will also involve policy advocacy on behalf of youth and technical assistance to support local community agencies that provide housing and community based services to youth and young adults experiencing homelessness. Primary job duties include providing holistic civil legal representation to youth with a specific focus on youth and young adults (up to age 24) experiencing housing instability or homelessness. Many of these young people are at risk of, or already involved in, the juvenile or criminal justice and child welfare systems.
Advocacy involves breaking down legal barriers to a wide array of community based services and supports, including but not limited to, education, safe and stable living situations, mental health care and medical services, and other civil rights issues. Activities include legal advice and/or representation in administrative or judicial proceedings, negotiations or other dispute resolution processes, advocacy in juvenile and criminal court in partnership with public defenders to promote alternatives to secure detention, and collaboration with and referrals to community providers. The staff attorney is also responsible for other advocacy activities, including community training, outreach, and policy work on behalf of our client base.
We are seeking candidates who are committed to social justice and are passionate legal advocates for young people. Candidates should work well both independently and as a team member, be respectful and open to working with people from diverse backgrounds, enjoy creative problem solving, and value the creation of relationships across disciplines. Additional qualifications include:
• Exceptional legal skills, preferably in the relevant areas of law (public housing, school discipline/special education, public health care, public benefits, re-entry issues, delinquency, child welfare, or other areas of youth related law)
• Exceptional oral and written communication skills
• Member in good standing of the Washington State Bar Association or eligible for reciprocity
• Experience working with young people, especially 12-18 year olds
• Demonstrated competence in working with diverse clients and communities
• High level of professionalism and ethical standards
• Must have access to a vehicle and have a valid driver’s license to travel throughout the county to meet client and agency needs
• Strong organizational, technology, and project management skills
• Demonstrated ability to collaborate effectively with other advocates and social service providers
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
Salary range begins at $48,369 and increases annually based on salary scale. Position comes with full benefits (including medical, dental, vision, long and short term disability).
Please email a concise letter of interest, resume, and a legal writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org . Please write
"Staff Attorney – Pierce County" and your last name in the subject line.
Résumé review will begin January 10th and the position is open until filled. First round interviews will be scheduled for the week of January 23rd.
No phone calls or email inquiries please.
At TeamChild we believe that racial and other social identities should be respected and affirmed. In support of this belief, we are building an equitable and inclusive organization and providing our team of staff, volunteers and Board members with the tools to address institutionalized racism and other forms of oppression. All members of our team are responsible for providing and supporting an equitable and inclusive work environment that will enrich our interactions with each other and our products and services. This responsibility provides the foundation for empowering the children and families that we serve so their needs are justly represented and their desires amply fulfilled.
TeamChild is an Equal Opportunity Employer. TeamChild is committed to promoting an environment free of barriers and discriminatory practices for its clients, Board, and staff.
Justice seeks to attract, retain, and promote individuals of exceptional ability and talent from all walks of life. The work environment and atmosphere is open, diverse, collegial, and inclusive. There are active affinity groups for African-American; Asian-American; Hispanic; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT); and Native American employees, which are open to all DOJ employees regardless of background. Justice fosters a work environment where people of all backgrounds and experiences may reach their full potential.
Thank you for your help in disseminating these vacancy announcements. These and other attorney vacancy announcements may be found at: http://www.justice.gov/legal- careers/attorneys-vacancies.
Antitrust Division (ATR)
Attorney-Adviser (Criminal Litigation Consultant & Training Coordinator)
USAO District of Colorado
Assistant United States Attorney (Criminal Division)
USAO District of Maryland
14 Month TERM Assistant United States Attorney
USAO Eastern District of Washington (Spokane)
Assistant United States Attorney
USAO Eastern District of Washington (Yakima)
Criminal Division (CRM)
Trial Attorney (Litigation Unit)
Supervisory Trial Attorney (Foreign Commerce Section)
Justice Management Division (JMD)
Deputy Director, Ethics Office
Text for IO#: 100224
Posting Date: 11/28/16
SENIOR LEGAL COUNSEL
SALARY: $136,188.00 - $170,235.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 11/16/16
CLOSING DATE: 12/15/16, 5:00 PM
Sound Transit's legal department seeks a senior real estate attorney. As in-house counsel to a rapidly expanding regional transit authority, we advise agency staff and policy makers on complex legal matters and develop legal strategies and creative solutions that balance potential legal risks with strategic and public interests. We work with elected officials, the Federal Transit Administration, engineers, transportation planners, and other dedicated agency staff to plan, design, build and operate the region's high capacity transportation system. This is a new position intended to complement our existing team of 11 attorneys in a collegial environment in our Union Station offices.
• Negotiate complex real estate transactions, including property acquisition and disposition, leases, joint development, and transit-oriented development.
• Collaborate with and manage outside counsel on eminent domain litigation, including dispute resolution processes.
• Review, draft, and negotiate intergovernmental agreements.
• Counsel Sound Transit Board and staff in implementing the requirements of the Uniform Act and Washington eminent domain law.
Education and Experience:
Juris Doctorate Degree and eight years of experience in a public or private practice with Washington transactional real estate as a significant component. A solid understanding of the principles of the Uniform Relocation Act. Demonstrated experience litigating Washington eminent domain cases is a plus. Experience counseling clients within a municipal law context. Active membership in good standing of the Washington State Bar (or equivalent).
Required Licenses or Certifications:
Current Washington State Bar License (or obtained within 6 months of employment).
Required Knowledge of:
• Legal principles, practices, and procedures relevant to municipal, institutional, and administrative law.
• Pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations.
• Advanced methods and techniques required to perform legal duties and responsibilities.
• Methods and techniques required to efficiently research legal issues.
• Judicial procedures and rules of evidence.
• Relevant legal precedent and court decisions impacting litigation.
• State and federal court trial and appellate practice rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
• English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
• Modern office procedures, methods, and equipment including computers and computer applications such as word processing, spreadsheets, and statistical databases.
• Advanced principles and practices of program development and administration.
• Principles of business letter writing and basic report preparation.
• Basic project management techniques.
• Principles of customer service.
Required Skill in:
• Utilizing personal computer software programs affecting assigned work and in compiling and preparing spreadsheets and reports.
• Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other department staff, management, vendors, outside agencies, community groups and the general public.
• Interpreting and administering policies and procedures sufficient to administer, discuss, resolve, and explain them to staff and other constituencies.
• Public speaking and in developing and delivering presentations and presenting ideas and concepts orally and in writing.
• Defining legal issues, collecting and analyzing information, and recommending action.
• Applying legal principles to novel situations.
• Interpreting and making decisions in accordance with laws, regulations, and policies.
• Preparing a variety of clear and concise legal documents including letters, memos, briefs, opinions, contracts, deeds, leases, and other legal documents.
• Developing and implementing practical legal approach that responsibly evaluates and balances legal risks with project demands.
• Conducting research on legal problems and preparing sound legal opinion.
• Negotiating with other parties.
• Balancing project needs with legal requirements and mediating competing interests among departments.
• Demonstrating effective diplomacy on legal issues and matters.
• Managing projects and making decisions in fast-paced, difficult environments.
• Preparing and quickly analyzing and synthesizing complex data and comprehensive reports.
• Maintaining confidentiality and communicating with tact and diplomacy.
• Responding to inquiries and in effective oral and written communication.
• Applying project management techniques and principles.
• Working cooperatively with other departments, Agency officials, and outside agencies.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
• Work is performed in a standard office environment.
• Subject to standing, walking, bending, reaching, stooping, and lifting of objects up to 25 pounds.
The Agency promotes a safe and healthy work environment and provides appropriate safety and equipment training for all personnel as required.
It is the responsibility of all employees to follow the Agency safety rules, regulations, and procedures pertaining to their assigned duties and responsibilities, which could include systems, operations, and/or other employees.
Apply online: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/soundtransit/default.cfm
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and value workplace diversity. We seek to create an environment and culture that embraces the differences of our employees. You will find an exceptionally diverse group of people at Sound Transit with regard to culture, beliefs, communication styles, and life and work experiences.
All qualified applicants are considered in accordance with applicable laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, marital status or veteran status or any another legally protected status.
The Attorney General’s Office has AAG opportunities available and we are hoping you’d be willing to share with your colleagues/membership. In advance of your continued assistance and support, thank you!!!
Deputy Attorney General – Administration Division in Olympia (DL: 12/19/16)
Assistant Attorney General – Criminal Justice Division in Seattle (DL: 12/27/16)
Assistant Attorney General – Medicaid Fraud Control Unit in Olympia (DL: 12/22/16)
Assistant Attorney General – University of Washington Division in Seattle (DL: 12/10/16)
Assistant Attorney General – Counsel for Environmental Protection unit in Seattle (or other location) (DL: 12/9/16)
Assistant Attorney General – Medicaid Fraud Control Unit in Olympia (DL: 12/19/16)
Attorney Recruitment Administrator
Washington State Attorney General's Office
800 Fifth Avenue, Suite 2000
Seattle, WA 98104
SALARY: $57,144 TO $74,964 per year DOQ LOCATION: Olympia, Washington OPENS: December 6, 2016 CLOSES: Open until filled; first review of applications will be January 11, 2017. POSITION PROFILE Manages participation of diverse stakeholder groups within the Superior Court jurisdiction in the development, implementation and evaluation of significant, high-impact changes to judicial programs, court processes, practices, and staffing to improve the efficiency/effectiveness and integrity of court operations as well as enhance experiences and outcomes. This is a senior professional level job that works with minimal supervision and applies independent judgment and decision making on complex, and highly technical, major projects. This position will be designated to provide policy work for the Superior Court Judges’ Association (SCJA). Work will be directed by the Executive Committee of the SCJA with day-to-day supervision by the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC). DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Plans, implements, monitors and evaluates court program components involving significant impact on judicial programs, including completion of complex or highly technical major projects and objectives.
Researches and analyzes national trends and data on specific projects assigned by the Executive Committee of the SCJA. Designs and analyzes alternative management techniques and estimates the statewide impact of implementing proposed change(s). Completes research, assessments, and provides recommendations to the SCJA. Provides updates to the State Court Administrator to coordinate analysis, reports and statewide efforts. Provides information, assessment, consultation, support and recommendations to AOC, courts, associations and boards and commissions within major operational areas such as court service delivery and/or judicial system policy and procedure to achieve consistent, efficient, and effective programs and operations. Analyzes and evaluates proposed legislation and its probable impact upon project and program goals; prepares briefs on proposed legislation. Performs other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Successful applicants will have experience demonstrating the following: Ability to understand customer expectations and deliver work products meeting those expectations Ability to earn the trust, respect, and confidence of judges, managers, coworkers and others through consistent honesty, forthrightness and professionalism in all interactions Highly developed oral and written communications skills Ability to form effective goals and achieve them through the use of objectives, timelines, action plans and solutions Ability to prioritize and effectively manage time in order to meet productivity standards, deadlines, and work schedules; accepts personal responsibility for the quality and timeliness of work Ability to analyze, evaluate, and develop comprehensive recommendations and options Ability to multi-task and effectively work on multiple projects simultaneously.
QUALIFICATIONS AND CREDENTIALS A Bachelor’s degree in court administration, public administration, political science, business administration or closely allied field AND: Five (5) years of responsible experience in court administration and/or program development, including experience in research, policy analysis, and/or collaborating with stakeholders or related justice organizations. Relevant experience may substitute for the required education. Preference may be given to applicants with: A Juris Doctorate degree who are members in good standing of the Washington or other state bar association with no history of disciplinary action. A Master’s degree in court administration, public administration, political science, business administration or closely allied field.
Details and how to apply
The Metropolitan King County Council hereby gives notice of judicial vacancy in the Southeast Division of the King County District Court. To be eligible to serve as a district court judge, a person must be a registered voter and legal resident of the Southeast Division’s electoral district. RCW 3.34.060(1); K.C.C. 2.68.075. The election precincts that make up the Southeast Division’s electoral district are set forth in King County Ordinance 18264. A map of the Southeast Division can be found by following the district court map link at http://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/elections/elections/maps.aspx Those interested in applying are asked to submit their name to a bar association with an established judicial candidate evaluation procedure, as provided by K.C.C. 2.70.020.B, or to the Clerk of the King County Council. In addition, each applicant must complete the evaluation process of at least one bar association that performs judicial evaluations consistent with the provisions of K.C.C. 2.70.020.C.
The King County Code requires the King County Bar Association (KCBA) to refer to the Council the names of those candidates receiving the highest ratings, including those receiving the highest rating by any bar association that has an established judicial candidate evaluation system. The ratings applications and procedures of the KCBA can be found at http://www.kcba.org/judicial/ratings/ratings.aspx. Candidate evaluations by bar associations must be completed and returned to KCBA no later than 4:30 p.m., Friday, December 30, 2016. The Council shall consider for appointment those candidates referred to it by KCBA.
Metropolitan King County Council
King County, Washington
Acting Clerk of the Council
The University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoys outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty.
The mission of William H. Gates Public Service Law Program (Gates PSL) is to create a culture at the University of Washington School of Law (UW Law) where students, faculty and staff are inspired and empowered to make public service, equity and inclusion an integral feature of their professional lives.
A part of Student and Career Services, Gates PSL is the central hub for public service/public interest law events and programming, career coaching and academic advising, pro bono service, and leadership development at UW Law.
Under the direction of the Gates PSL Director, the Assistant Director will provide specialized public service career coaching and academic advising to Gates Scholars and other law students and graduates who wish to pursue public service law pathways. This includes providing individualized and group coaching/advising sessions; developing, organizing, facilitating, leading presentations, workshops, panels and trainings related to public service law pathways as well as other topics including equity and inclusion, professionalism and leadership development; engaging in strategic outreach and relationship building with public service legal employers locally and nationally; as well as fostering and supporting leadership opportunities for students and student organizations with regard to various public service activities and initiatives, and working in collaboration with other faculty and staff in the equity, justice and inclusion communities.
Gates PSL is also home to the law school’s flagship and nationally recognized public service law scholarship program, the Gates Scholars Program. The Gates Scholars Program began in November 2005 at the UW Law. Created in honor of William H. Gates Sr., a prominent Washington state attorney and public servant, the program awards five scholarships on an annual basis to first year students entering the J.D. program. The program requires that scholars work five years in qualifying public service positions following graduation.
The Assistant Director will be primarily responsible for managing the Gates Scholars Program which includes but is not limited to developing and implementing policies and procedures to recruit and retain Gates Scholars. Program development duties also include organizing activities that enrich the scholars’ law school experience, such as an annual retreat for 1Ls scholars, monthly dinners, and providing career coaching and academic advising. The position will be responsible for developing strong relationships with the Scholars program alumni and monitoring their professional service.
The Assistant Director will also provide leadership assistance to the Director in managing the strategic planning, budget and administration of the Gates PSL including partnering with the Assistant Dean for Finance and Operations on fiscal and budgetary matters and reporting to the Gates PSL Advisory Board.
This position must be able to work collaboratively as part of a holistic team that is first and foremost student-centered. The position requires a compassionate, encouraging, supportive and mentoring-focused disposition towards students. The position must have cultural and cross- difference competency to work with students from diverse backgrounds including but not limited to people of color, LGBTQI, low-income and other underrepresented groups in legal education and the legal profession. The position must make independent decisions and recommendations in a fast- paced, high-pressure environment. The individual must remain aware of the rapidly changing challenges and opportunities for students, legal education, legal profession and community needs. This position must have a specialized understanding of community empowerment, social, economic and racial justice and use independent judgment to develop, plan, and implement programs and events that support networking and opportunities in the area of student life.
The position will be expected to anticipate issues as they arise, and independently trouble-shoot administrative, programmatic and student concerns.
Gates Scholars Program Administration
· Policies & Procedures
- Oversee, maintain, update and implement policies and procedures outlined in the Gates Scholars Program manual and ensure continued compliance with UW policies and other internal policies
· Outreach, Recruitment & Selection Process
- Represent the Scholars Program within and outside the campus community providing program information and promoting public service law
- Recruit scholars through public information, speaking engagements, law school recruiting events
- Collaborate with the Law School Admissions office to recruit scholars and consult on application process management
- Review applications and make recommendations to the selection committee
- Recruit, train and serve and convene selection and interview committees
- Meet with finalists and attempt to retain non-selected finalists to enroll at UW Law
- Content manage and update the Gates Scholars Program’s website
· Manage logistics and execution of Gates Scholars events including fall 1L retreat, monthly dinners, and spring finalist weekend and reception
· Post-Graduate Compliance, Reporting & Fiscal Management
- Manage post-graduate compliance with obligations including tracking annual reporting from employers
- Conduct semi-annual check-ins and reporting to UW Student Fiscal Services
- Troubleshoot problems and resolve promissory note questions, etc.
· Track media on matriculated and graduated scholars and provide updates on scholars and graduates to Gates PSL Advisory Board as well as UW Law marketing team on an as needed basis.
· Partner with the Director and provide strategic planning & budgeting support
- To develop an overall strategic vision for the Gates PSL that aligns with the mission of UW Law
- To develop and implement programming and planning to meet the established goals for the Gates PSL
- To evaluate the work of the Gates PSL and make recommendations to the Director on ways to improve outcomes and outreach;
- To create an annual budget
- To create an annual report to the Gates Foundation which includes a budget, scholars’ summer internships and post graduate employment (October)
- To convene annual meetings with Treasury and the Law School’s Assistant Dean for Finance and Operations to review financials, assess and confirm reinvestment strategy and budget
- To recruit, retain and convene Gates PSL Advisory Board members and convene quarterly meetings,
se agenda and prepare materials
· Step in for the Director and represent the program on behalf of the Director on an as needed basis
· Supervise Administrative Assistant, provide performance management, professional development and training of this staff member
Student Advising & Coaching
· Conduct quarterly individualized public service advising and coaching meetings with Gates scholars; and annual meetings with graduated Gates Scholars still under obligation
· Provide public service advising and coaching to non-Gates scholars as assigned
· Specialized public service law coaching and advising includes
- Providing individual and group career coaching sessions on topics such as: self-assessments, goal-setting, strategic career planning, resumes, cover letters, networking, mock interviews, developing an elevator pitch, decision-making, professional communication and etiquette and hiring trends
- The full array public service law employers and pathways in coaching practice such as: non- profit organizations, government, low bono, plaintiff-side public interest private firms, pro bono, judicial clerkships, legislative, policy, academic and non-traditional public interest
- Providing academic advising on graduation requirements, public service graduation requirements, pro bono honors society recognition criteria as well as the public service law concentration track
- Together with the Director, providing leadership development coaching to UW Law student-led pro bono projects and the Public Interest Law Association;
- Providing guidance, mentorship, coaching and support to scholars and other assigned students throughout their law school experience
· Conduct and organize presentations, trainings, panels and workshops related to public service careers, pro bono and other public interest, social justice and related equity and inclusion topics
- Collaborate with Director in planning and execution of Social Justice Tuesdays and the Gates PSL Speaker Series
· Stay informed of public services law career trends and the legal job market by
- Engaging in relationship building with public interest/public service employers to help cultivate internship and employment opportunities for students and graduates
- Representing the Gates PSL program and UW Law and attend events such as receptions, luncheons, breakfasts hosted by public service organizations and bar associations
- Attending relevant conferences and career fairs as appropriate such as Equal Justice Works; NALP; Trina Grillo Social Justice Retreat; Equal Justice Conference and the NW Public Service Career Fair
- Strategically serving on select public interest and/or access to justice related committees/ advisory boards on local and/or national level as needed and time permitting
- Fostering relationships with faculty and staff at the law school and across campus regarding public service projects and activities
Loan Repayment Assistance Program Management
- Respond to inquiries regarding the program
- Update and process application forms and renewals
- Advertise program application process every winter/spring
- Manage content of LRAP web pages
- Recruit and convene selection committee (meets twice in Spring)
- Partner with business office for updated endowment and operating budget data
- Synthesize annual budget data and make recommendations to the selection committee on number of awards that can be made
- Present budget projections to selection committee
- Process promissory notes
- Responsible for all correspondence with applicants and renewing recipients
- Develop expertise and answer inquiries regarding education debt relief programs such as Federal Income Driven Repayment Plans and Public Service Loan Forgiveness
- Develop program manual that outlines and organizes the program’s policies and procedures
Other duties as assigned
· Master's degree in Business, Political Science, or related field (JD preferred)
· A minimum of 2 years working in public interest/public service law including non-profit agencies and/or government agencies
· Progressively responsible project or program management experience that can be combined with above public interest/public service experience
· Candidates should also have a combination of education and relevant experience
· Demonstrated cultural and cross-difference competency and communication; demonstrated commitment to access to justice; demonstrated commitment to diversity, inclusion and equity
· Strong interpersonal communication skills including active listening, self-awareness, relatability, empathy and compassion
· Strong public speaking and presentation skills
· Knowledge of public service law careers and experience in public service law as a profession
· Excellent oral, written and grammatical communication skills including attention to detail and demonstrated competency in preparation of correspondence and reports
· Efficient organization and prioritization of responsibilities
· Superior communication and team collaboration skills including professionalism, diplomacy, and discretion
· Strong customer service skills and experience in dealing with diverse communities, constituents and/or stakeholders at local, national and/or global levels
· Ability to work independently as well as collaboratively while also working professionally under the pressure of frequent deadlines in a fast-paced environment
· Demonstrated ability to work independently, problem solve, take initiative, set priorities and handle multiple projects efficiently and effectively
· Display flexibility and the willingness to assume new tasks or special projects
· Strong computer skills in Word, Excel, Publisher, PowerPoint, Access, Google drive, LinkedIn
· Ability to work a flexible schedule including occasional evening and weekends; must be willing to travel
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/ registration.
· A background in either community organizing, civic engagement, social work and/or teaching
· Pro bono legal experience
· Interest and/or experience in systems thinking and strategic planning
· Interest, knowledge and/or experience with event planning
· Interest, knowledge and/or experience with basic graphic design
· Familiarity with adult learning styles and pedagogy
· Experience with or knowledge of post graduate legal fellowships
· Evidence of leadership in forging strategic partnerships with organizations and programs
· Knowledge of responsible fiscal management
· Knowledge of leadership development methodologies
· Experience with or knowledge of supervising, mentoring, advising or coaching law students
· Self-awareness and growth-oriented mindset
· Experience with or knowledge of supervision best practices
· A good sense of humor and spirit of adventure
CONDITION OF EMPLOYMENT:
Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check
Application and full description
https://uwhires.admin. washington.edu/eng/candidates/ default.cfm?szCategory= jobprofile&szOrderID=139696& szCandidateID=0&szSearchWords= &szReturnToSearch=1.
Director, Gates Public Service Law Program
Student & Career Services
William H. Gates Hall
University of Washington School of Law
Box 353020, Suite 346
Seattle, WA 98195-3020
The Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney’s office is posting a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney position.
Summary of Duties
The Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney's Office is seeking resumes from highly motivated and qualified individuals interested in an appointment for the position of Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in the Civil or Criminal Division. The duties of this position may include any or all of the following:
Conducting legal research and preparing legal opinions for County officials; preparing and reviewing County legal documents; representing the County in civil litigation, including discovery, motions practice, and trials or other hearings and appeals in State or Federal courts.
Prosecuting criminal cases in District Court, Juvenile Court, and/or Superior Court, and appeals in the Court of Appeals or the State Supreme Court.
This employment opportunity will remain open until filled. The Thurston County Prosecuting Attorney's Office reserves the right to close the recruitment at any time. To ensure consideration for this position, please submit your application as soon as possible.
**The first review of applicants will be conducted November 30, 2016**
Other Position Related Information:
Contact Person: Scott Cushing, Team Leader and Deputy Prosecuting Attorney for Civil Team, 360-786-5540 x7862
This position is:
- Union representation is determined by area of assignment
- NOT Eligible for overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
- Eligible for benefits
- Contingent upon passing a security background investigation
Items required for consideration:
- Letter of Interest
- Reference List
- Writing Sample
- Disclosure Form (Supplemental Questions)
Application can be made through www.neogov.com.
At the Washington State Attorney General’s Office, we aspire to be the best public law office in the nation. We are committed to providing excellent, independent, and ethical legal services to the State of Washington and to protecting the rights of its people. It is essential to our mission to create and maintain an office that is diverse, respectful, inclusive and composed of the best legal talent available. If you share our vision and have a desire to do important work that makes a difference for our community, then we invite you to consider applying for the following attorney opportunities.
Assistant Attorney General, Section Manager of the Fish Wildlife and Parks Division (Deadline: 11/21/16)
Assistant Attorney General – Counsel for Environmental Protection Unit in Seattle, or other location (Deadline: 12/09/16)
Assistant Attorney General – Medicaid Fraud Control Unit in Olympia (Deadline: 12/19/16)
We look forward to entertaining your application! For questions about the particular position, please don’t hesitate to contact the listed contact for each position. For information about the AGO or general recruitment questions, please contact Linda Nakamura at 206-464-6446 or Linda.Nakamura@atg.wa.gov. To subscribe to the Office’s attorney employment listserv, click here.
Columbia Legal Services just posted an Elder Law Fellow position in our Seattle office, which is a rare opportunity for a new attorney to serve as a one-year fellow in support of our Basic Human Needs Project and its safeguard of essential benefits and rights for low income people.
They are also hiring a Bilingual Staff Attorney for our Working Families Project in Seattle, to focus on farmworker and immigrant rights, fight unfair labor practices, wage theft, and unsafe working conditions.
Finally, their Institutions Project is looking for a seasoned attorney to represent people confined in Washington’s jails, prisons and other facilities.