We recruit legal researchers, litigators, and professional staff who use their unique talents to move our Office forward. You’re invited to apply to work for a progressive prosecuting agency that values accountability, public service, and outcomes-driven thinking and provides great incentives, including the option to telecommute multiple days per week, generous time off, and full benefits..
PCAO is in search of a prosecutor who will review and determine possible charges for:
• Officer-Involved Shootings
• Use of Excessive Force
• In-Custody Deaths
Prosecution and/or defense of violent offenses in previous roles including inspector general, police legal advisor, or police oversight.
Helping to shape a brand new unit; projected ½- to ¾-time position with excellent pay in beautiful, sunny Tucson.
Prospective applicants should send their resume and cover letter (with three references) to:
Coordinates and conducts professional legal work in the Office of the Pima County Attorney. Incumbents perform entry level and/or intermediate level legal work in the area assigned for either criminal or civil cases.
Coordinates and conducts professional legal work in the Office of the Pima County Attorney. Incumbents perform advanced level legal work in the area assigned for either criminal or civil matters.
The Pima County Attorney’s Office is looking for a leader to supervise the Misdemeanor Unit of approximately ten attorneys. The ideal candidate has experience in both Justice Court and Superior Court, handling a caseload of misdemeanor charges as well as experience supervising attorneys. This position is responsible for the mentoring and training of new attorneys with little experience handling a criminal case. Supervisor will be expected to meet with attorneys to review cases and help build the skills necessary to properly evaluate a case. Position will include planning, training, and career development with the training director. Courtroom presence is required, as duties will include assisting attorneys in trial and teaching the basics of litigation. Good interpersonal skills and communication are essential to address victim calls and meetings, as well as managing law enforcement concerns. This classification is appointed, unclassified and exempt from the Pima County Merit System Rules.
This appointed position, in the Pima County Attorney’s Office, is responsible for the coordination of volunteer board meetings and case management for the Community Justice Board Program (CJB). CJB is a juvenile diversion program that recruits and trains volunteers to work with at-risk youth.
Please send resume and cover letter to:
Pima County Attorney’s Office
Gaby Porfirio, Human Resources Manager
Open until filled. First screening will commence on October 4th, 2021.
Establishes communication with victims/witnesses, provides crisis intervention services, advises victims of their statutory rights, keeps victims/witnesses informed regarding their cases, provides referrals to appropriate community resources and serves as a liaison between victims/witnesses and the Pima County Attorney’s Office personnel.
Performs paraprofessional legal work assisting attorneys in case preparation. Work ranges from handling routine assignments to autonomous decision making in coordinating, processing and monitoring complex and specialized legal casework.
In direct support of legal functions, performs a variety of specialized legal secretarial tasks, which require distinct knowledge of legal procedures, documentation and legal time constraints and make independent decisions regarding the processing of legal documents. This classification has primary responsibility for completion of assigned tasks and functions by an attorney or paralegal.
Performs paraprofessional legal work assisting attorneys by conducting in-depth legal research and report documentation.
Processes legal documents of a specialized nature with some instruction with respect to details of the assignment.
Provides professional administrative assistance for management and/or current and long range automated related activities. Provides technical software and hardware support for minicomputer, microcomputer and Local Area Network (LAN) systems.
Performs maintenance, repair, or installation of computer equipment. Provides technical support in the automated processing of information and office automation related activities. Performs in one or more of the following computer environments: (1) networking and data communications; (2) user orientation and technical support; (3) installation, configuration, updating, testing, troubleshooting and repair of computer systems, cell PDA phones, PDA devices, networks, databases, and/or applications; (4) technical support; (5) basic development and maintenance of web sites (6) planning, design and implementation of minor information systems or projects; (7) development of data reports from various information sources and databases; (8) media-video editing and rendering. May specialize by type of equipment, operating system, programming language, application software, or network configuration and protocol.