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-The City of Cincinnati Law Department - Chief Prosecuting Attorney for the Office of the City Solicitor

The City of Cincinnati Law Department is seeking applicants for the position of Chief Prosecuting Attorney for the Office of the City Solicitor. The Chief Prosecuting Attorney is the lead prosecutor in Hamilton County Municipal Court for all City of Cincinnati misdemeanor traffic and criminal offenses. The Chief Prosecuting Attorney reports to the City Solicitor. The ideal candidate should have a background in criminal law and the daily practice of law in municipal court. In addition to prosecution in municipal court, the Chief Prosecuting Attorney serves as the administrator for the Division of Prosecuting Attorneys in the City Solicitor’s office, supervising a staff of approximately 22. The Chief Prosecuting Attorney assists the City Solicitor in providing training for the Cincinnati Police Department and serves as a resource to facilitate the City’s public safety goals in its neighborhoods. Candidates should possess a minimum of ten years relevant legal experience and be licensed in Ohio. The City of Cincinnati is an equal opportunity employer. Please send a letter of interest and resume by November 22, 2019 to: Peter Stackpole, Law Department, City Hall Room 214, 801 Plum Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 (or via email to

-CITY OF DELAWARE OHIO - Assistant Prosecutor
Job Description and Application

Full time and part time candidates will be considered.

The position will remain open until filled.  The first review of applicants will be April 29, 2019.   The Director of Law is appointed by the City Manager, with the approval of Council, and serves at the will of the City Manager.  The Director of Law manages a department equivalent to a small law firm including three full time attorneys, a part time attorney, a paralegal, and two administrative assistants. The Law Director manages, directs and integrates a wide range of complex legal services, often involving issues of significant visibility and substantial consequence for the City.  Responsibilities include providing both legal advice and advocacy on highly complex and sensitive issues in diverse areas of law to the City Manager, City Council, department heads, and other City employees, boards and commissions, and helping to ensure City officials and employees comply with legal and ethical standards as set forth in statutes and codes.  The Director of Law directs litigation in which the City is involved as plaintiff, defendant or other interested party and prepares/approves legally binding documents related to City interactions with private businesses, individuals and other governmental entities.  Responsibilities of the Director of Law are broad in scope, require a high degree of seasoned legal and administrative experience and discretion, and are evaluated in terms of overall effectiveness.

Typical Qualifications:
-Doctorate from an ABA accredited law school Licensed to practice in Ohio
-Must have engaged in active practice of law continuously for a period of five years
immediately preceding their appointment as required by the City Charter -10 years municipal law experience
-5 years of management/supervisory experience

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