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NDAA is a diverse and dynamic organization that offers competitive pay, excellent benefits, a great work environment, and a life-changing mission.

Help NDAA “To Be the Voice of America’s Prosecutors and to Support Their Efforts to Protect the Rights and Safety of the People.” Apply for a job with NDAA.

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To apply for a position at NDAA, please send a cover letter and resume as well as any other documents stated in the posting to ladams@ndaajustice.org. Please indicate which position you’re applying for in your cover letter and the subject line of the e-mail. Submissions without position preference or those missing any materials may not be considered. All jobs are located in Arlington, Virginia. Jobs require relocation to area.

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NDAA Jobs
The National District Attorneys Association (NDAA) is always interested in receiving resumes from qualified candidates for its open positions. NDAA offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefit package. Click on the link for each job posting.

NDAA is an equal opportunity employer.

All jobs are located in Arlington, Virginia. Jobs require relocation to area.

Staff Attorney — National Traffic Law Center
Performs a variety of full performance level, professional duties related to planning, developing, and delivering comprehensive and intensive technical assistance and training related to grant targeted prosecutorial specializations in the field of traffic safety.
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Project Coordinator
Performs a variety of general clerical and administrative support duties designed to expedite administrative, training and business functions of the National District Attorney Association, including reception duties, course logistical preparations, course materials preparation, electronic dissemination of course materials, faculty correspondence, student enrollment and correspondence, packet preparations, faculty and staff travel coordination, faculty reimbursement coordination, and certification of continuing legal education as part of national continuing legal education (CLE) training programs. Organizational skills are essential. Fast paced work environment with rigorous deadlines.
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Prosecutor Job Openings

District Attorney — Anchorage, Alaska
The State of Alaska Department of Law, Criminal Division is seeking an experienced trial attorney and leader for the post of District Attorney in the Anchorage District Attorney’s Office. This is the largest district attorney’s office in the state. It is responsible for prosecution of felony criminal cases in Anchorage as well as all level criminal cases in the Unalaska, Sand Point, and St. Paul courts. It also supervises the Dillingham District Attorney’s Office.
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Assistant State’s Attorney — Baltimore City
The Office is seeking an Assistant State’s Attorney to work as a Prosecutor in the Police Integrity & Public Trust Division, 10th Floor 120 E. Baltimore Street.  The ASA will assist in investigating and prosecuting cases involving police misconduct and public fraud.
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Assistant District Attorney — Bethel, Alaska
The Bethel District Attorney’s Office is recruiting to fill a full-time assistant district attorney position. This office is responsible for prosecution of criminal cases in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta and Interior Alaska. The position requires frequent court appearances in the superior and district courts at Bethel and often telephonic appearances in village courts. This position provides an immediate opportunity to gain trial experience and to independently manage a caseload of misdemeanor and felony offenses. There is significant trial work, including pre-trial motion practice.
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IIB 8177 Trial Attorney
— Criminal (Independent Investigations Bureau)
San Francisco Office of the District Attorney

In response to the need to ensure the integrity of the criminal justice system, the District Attorney of San Francisco, George Gascon, is taking an innovative approach to the investigation and prosecution of officer involved shootings (OIS), in custody deaths and excessive use of force, by creating an Independent Investigations Bureau (IIB). The new Bureau will be responsible for investigating and prosecuting cases of law enforcement officers who violate the Fourth and/or Fourteenth Amendment rights of individuals.

The IIB conducts complete, thorough and unbiased investigations and evaluations of cases that involve allegations of unconstitutional policing. To date, the San Francisco Police Department has acted as the lead investigating agency in cases involving OIS. Under this newly created unit, the DA will have actual autonomy and independence to investigate, bring to prosecution and/or make other appropriate recommendation.
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Office of the Special Prosecutor, Republic of Palau:
Assistant Prosecutor/Lead Investigator

The OSP is currently seeking a qualified attorney to join the office as an Assistant Prosecutor/Investigator (i.e. Special Agent). Qualified candidates will have a J.D. from an ABA accredited law school and be active members of the bar (any U.S. jurisdiction). The position requires a commitment for a two year contract term. Attorneys licensed in the United States or its territories are exempted from taking the Palau Bar exam for the first 4 years of government service.
Applications will be accepted beginning June 15, 2017 until the position is filled.
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