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The Orange County District Attorney’s Office is an equal-opportunity employer.

District Attorney

Job Opportunities

The District Attorney’s Office continuously seeks employment applications for the following positions:

  • Assistant District Attorney. The District Attorney’s Office accepts applications for assistant district attorneys at the entry-level and also seeks candidates with prior legal experience. Assistant District Attorneys are required to live in Orange County during the period of their employment. All application materials should be sent to the attention of the District Attorney, and include:
    • A résumé detailing the applicant’s qualifications;
    • A cover letter outlining the applicant’s interest in the position;
    • Certified undergraduate and law school transcripts sent directly to the District Attorney’s Office by the institutions that the applicant attended.

  • Investigator. The District Attorney’s Office employs two chief criminal investigators, one senior criminal investigator, and nine criminal investigators. All investigators working in the District Attorney’s Office are police officers. The minimum qualification for hiring is at least two years of experience as a police officer and New York State police officer certification. Additional qualifications are required for more senior positions. All application materials should be sent to the attention of the District Attorney, and include:
    • A résumé detailing the applicant’s qualifications;
    • A cover letter outlining the applicant’s interest in the position.

  • Clerical support personnel. Members of the support staff are hired from the established Civil Service list for each position. Those positions include legal secretary, senior clerk, account clerk, and receptionist. Individuals interested in any of those positions should make arrangements to take the next available Civil Service test through the Orange County Department of Human Resources.

  • Intern. A limited number of internships are available to law school and college students. The District Attorney’s Office will consider engaging interns during any school semester. Internships are unpaid, but arrangements may be made through an intern’s school to provide the intern with school credit or work-study funding. All application materials should be sent to the attention of Robert Conflitti, Counsel to the District Attorney, and include:
    • A résumé detailing the applicant’s qualifications;
    • A cover letter outlining the applicant’s interest in the position.

The Orange County District Attorney's Office is an equal-opportunity employer.