Deputy DA I or II-Central Oregon

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Crook County District Attorney’s Office is actively seeking to fill a Deputy DA I or DA II position.

Deputy DA I:

Under the general supervision of the District Attorney and the direct supervision of the Chief Deputy District Attorney the Deputy District Attorney I position represents the State of Oregon as a trial lawyer in the prosecution of criminal actions in Circuit Court. The Deputy District Attorney I will assist the District Attorney in performing all of the functions of the District Attorney, including, but not limited to, arraignments, release hearings, restitution hearings, motion hearings, plea/sentencing hearings, probation and revocation hearings, contempt, juvenile, dependency, and trials.

Deputy DA II:

Under the general supervision of the District Attorney, and the direct supervision of the Chief Deputy District Attorney, the Deputy District Attorney II represents the State of Oregon in Crook County as a trial lawyer in the prosecution of criminal actions in Circuit Court proceedings. The Deputy District Attorney II prepares criminal, child support, civil forfeiture, juvenile dependency and delinquency cases. The Deputy District Attorney II assists the District Attorney in performing all of the functions of the District Attorney’s office, including, but not limited to arraignments, release hearings, restitution hearings, plea/sentencing hearings, probation and revocation hearings, contempt hearings, mental hearings, juvenile hearings, child support hearings, civil forfeiture proceedings, and jury trials. The District Attorney II typically prosecutes more difficult criminal felony cases and receives less supervision and exercises more discretion and independent judgment than the District Attorney I. The Deputy District Attorney II may work as a lead worker over the Deputy District Attorney I in the absence of the Chief Deputy District Attorney.

Minimum qualifications:

• Education – Law Degree from an accredited law school.

• Must be a member in good standings with the Oregon State Bar.

• Experience – 1-3 years of increasingly responsible legal experience.

• Any satisfactory combination of experience and training that demonstrates the knowledge and abilities to perform the above described duties.

• Equipment used – personal computer and related software, printers, photocopier, facsimile, multi-line phone, scanner and county vehicle.

• Current driver’s license.

• Prior to or on date of hire:

o Able to complete a thorough employment and/or criminal history check.

o Able to successfully pass a pre-employment drug test

Click HERE for the Deputy DA I Job Description

Click HERE for the Deputy DA II Job Description

Salary: $48,911.34 – $74,817.26 / Annually DOE + generous benefit package

Closes: Open until filled

Location: Prineville, OR
Apply for this Position Job code: 2017-07
Apply at: https://crook-county.hiringthing.com/job/41720/deputy-da-i-or-ii-central-oregon