Job Postings
-Director of Law
City of Worthington
Salary $100,000 to $125,000 - DOQ
The City of Worthington, Ohio is seeking an experienced public sector attorney to serve as the Director of Law. The Director of Law advises the City on all matters pertaining to law and serves as counselor to the City Council and the City Manager on a wide variety of issues. Requirements include a minimum of five years working with Ohio municipal corporations on a variety of local government legal matters. Candidates must be a member of the Ohio Bar and in good standing with the Ohio Supreme Court at the time of application. As the only in-house attorney for the City, the Director of Law must be able to provide legal advice on a wide range of areas from land use and economic development incentives, to law enforcement and new legislation. The Director of Law also approves all contracts to be entered into by the City. Additional position information available at Applicants should submit a cover letter, resume, salary history and three work related references to Lori Trego, Personnel Director, City of Worthington, 6550 N. High Street, Worthington, Ohio 43085. Application materials may be submitted via e-mail to This position will be open until filled, with the initial screening of applications during the week of June 19, 2017. Resumes for this position are public records and subject to inspection. The City of Worthington is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Date: 5/30/2017 added to site
-Assistant Prosecutor
City of Delaware
Is hiring an Assistant Prosecutor to representative of all local law enforcement agencies appearing in the Delaware Municipal Court on misdemeanor, traffic, and code enforcement cases and for the Registrar of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles in license suspension appeal hearings. You will also serve as a legal advisor to local law enforcement personnel by keeping them apprised of relevant changes in criminal law and procedure through periodic in-service training and regular consultation. Applications must be submitted via the City of Delaware’s website by January 22, 2017 -