On Wednesday, District Attorney Rollins let supervisors know that positions available within the office would be posted on our website and on Indeed.com. As you know, we work for the largest state county prosecution office in New England, and are an equal opportunity employer — employing more than 150 lawyers and 150 additional staff members. We are lucky that the DA’s Office currently has many exceptional people that serve Suffolk County with distinction every day. We do, however, have a fair number of openings and are committed to having a transparent hiring process. Because it is crucial to DA Rollins to have a team that comes from various professional and personal backgrounds, please be sure to share the link for the postings widely (with your alma mater, friends, family, non-profits, etc.).
We are currently looking for to fill the following positions:
- CHIEF, FAMILY PROTECTION & SEXUAL ASSAUL BUREAU
- CHIEF, SENIOR TRIAL UNIT
- CHIEF, COMMUNITY & DISTRICT COURTS
- DEPUTY CHIEF, COMMUNITY & DISTRICT COURTS
- SUPERVISOR, DISTRICT COURT / DIVISION OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL COURT
- ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY
- CHIEF, VICTIM WITNESS ADVOCATES DIVISION
- VICTIM WITNESS ADVOCATE
- MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM (MDT) COORDINATOR/FORENSIC INTERVIEWER
- DIRECTOR, BUREAU OF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
- LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS DIRECTOR
- TRIAL EXHIBIT DESIGNER
- CHIEF, ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF (SUPERIOR COURT TEAM / DISTRICT COURT TEAM)
- CIVILIAN INVESTIGATOR
- ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Please see the full job descriptions at http://www.suffolkdistrictattorney.com/about-the-office/employment-and-internships/employment-opportunities/ (Please note that if the position is not yet posted on our website, it will be before the close of business today.) Postings will go up on Indeed.comon Sunday.
We will close applications for these positions on Jan. 28, 2019. Interviews will start soon thereafter.
Send Resume, Cover Letter, and References to: SCDAOHiring@state.ma.us.
SCDAO is committed to a diverse workforce and participates in a variety of outreach and recruitment efforts to encourage candidates of all races, ethnicities and backgrounds to consider careers as prosecutors, victim witness advocates, civilian investigators or support staff. The Office has an established policy against discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, pregnancy, marital or veteran/military status.
Let me know if you have any questions and please spread the word.
Thanks, as always, for your time.