Job Openings


Assistant District Attorney I,II,III


The Unified Government of WyCo/KCK is seeking candidates who will be responsible for enforcing the laws of the State of Kansas, prosecuting cases ranging in levels of complexity and violations from misdemeanor to high-level felony, and representing the State’s interest. Graduation from an accredited school of law, Juris Doctorate, and 0 to 7 years of litigation experience. Licensed to practice law in Kansas. Salary: $4,241.47 - $6,532.94/mo. For a complete job description, minimum qualifications and application instructions please visit www.wycokck.org.  Deadline: May 29, 2019


Posted 5/21/19


Assistant District Attorney - Wichita


The District Attorney’s office in Wichita has openings available for Assistant District Attorneys.


Staff Attorney I entry level full-time position for an attorney with no or minimal experience. Salary for this position is $56,000 with opportunity to advance within our organization. Applicants must be a graduate from an accredited law school and any offer would be contingent on being licensed to practice law in the State of Kansas.


Staff Attorney II position for an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Kansas with more than five years’ experience, preferably as a prosecutor or in criminal defense. Salary for this position is $60,000 - $68,000, commensurate with experience.


Attorneys with additional prosecution experience will be considered with salary commensurate with experience.


The successful applicants will be required to pass a drug screening and background check as a condition of employment. Benefits are provided through the county. If interested, send resume, cover letter and references by email to Georgia Webb, Office Administrator at georgia.webb@sedgwick.gov.


Posted 5/13/19


Assistant County Attorney – McPherson County


The McPherson County Attorney’s office is accepting applications for an entry-level Assistant County Attorney.  A county of 29,000 people centrally located, McPherson County offers the ideal small-town life with all the amenities of a large city less than an hour away.


POSITION SUMMARY:  This position will be responsible for prosecution of a range of felony, misdemeanor, traffic and care and treatment cases.  The position will serve as backup for juvenile offender and child in need of care.  The prosecutor will be responsible for all aspects of the case, including jury trial, except the prosecutor is not required to prepare appellate briefs.


QUALIFICATIONS:  Candidates for this position must be admitted to practice law in Kansas.  Some prosecution experience is preferable but not required. Good communication and writing skills are essential.


COMPENSATION: Starting salary will be dependent upon experience with a minimum starting salary of $56,000.  Excellent benefit package.

Please submit a letter of interest, resume and writing sample to Greg Benefiel, McPherson County Attorney, 122 W Marlin Street, Suite 201, McPherson, KS 67460.  You may also apply via email to administrator@mcphersoncountyattorney.org.  Review of applications will begin May 14, 2019.  McPherson County is an equal opportunity employer.


Posted 4/19/19


Assistant County Attorney-Riley County

The Riley County Attorney’s office is hiring an attorney with significant experience prosecuting sex crimes, both adult and child victims as well as adult and juvenile offenders.   Applicant must be a current member in good standing of the Kansas Bar or able to obtain admission within a timely fashion.  The salary range is $90,000 to 97,000 dependent upon experience.  An immediate start date is available.  To apply send a resume and cover letter by U.S. mail to Barry Wilkerson, Riley County Attorney 105 Courthouse Plaza, Manhattan, KS 66502.  Open until filled. Riley County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer


Posted 3/12/19

Assistant Attorney General - Criminal Division


The Office of the Kansas Attorney General (OAG) is accepting applicationto fill Assistant AttorneyGeneral positionin our Criminal Litigation Division to work in conjunction with county and district attorneys to represent the State of Kansas by initiating and prosecuting an assigned caseload of approximately 10-20 cases that would involve the following types of crimes: homicides, off-grid child sex crimes, major illicit drug distribution and manufacturing, and felony crimes involving public officials.

 

The salary for this position is $56,000 - $92,000 [Depending on Experience] with excellent benefits. Candidates must be able and willing to travel extensively throughout the State of Kansas.  Complete job posting and application instructions may be found online here.


-Posted 2/18/19


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