Kern CountyShafter 93263
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Deputy District Attorney I/ii/iii/iv/v

Kern County
Full Time Kern County District Attorney, 325 Central Valley Hwy, Shafter, CA 93263, United States
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Overview

Amended: 5/12/23, 6/23/23

*$15,000 Recruitment Bonus - More information below*
This is a continuous recruitment and may close at any time without notice.

Salary:
Level I: 
$2,869.16 - 3,428.91, paid bi-weekly
Level II: $3,299.16 - $3,942.80, paid bi-weekly
Level III: $3,812.61 - $4,556.42, paid bi-weekly
Level IV: $4,724.57 - $5,646.30, paid bi-weekly
Level V: $5,298.83 - $6,332.59, paid bi-weekly

Examinations: 

Appraisal (Weight 100%): Will be conducted for the purpose of evaluating the applicant's training, education, experience, interest and personal fitness for the position. Appraisal can be based on any combination of the following: Investigation, oral exam and/or rating of the application.

Applicants must attain at least a 70% score on each phase of the examination process.

Minimum Qualifications/ Employment Standards:
Level I: 
Licensed by the California State Bar and the ability to travel to locations outside of the regular office to perform necessary legal services; Basic knowledge of the principles of law and their application, trial procedure and the rules of evidence; legal research methods; Basic ability to present statements of fact, law and argument clearly and logically.

Level II: Licensed by State Bar of California and one (1) year of full time criminal prosecution or two (2) years practice of law and ability to travel to locations outside the regular office to perform necessary legal services.

Level III: Licensed by the California State Bar and two (2) years of full time experience in criminal prosecution or three (3) years practice of law and the ability to travel to locations outside of the regular office to perform necessary legal services. Advanced knowledge of the principles of law and their application, trial procedure and rules of evidence; legal research methods; advanced ability to present statements of fact, law, and argument clearly and logically.

Level IV: Licensed by the California State Bar and three (3) years of full time criminal prosecution or four (4) years practice of law and ability to travel to locations outside of the regular office to perform necessary legal services. Thorough knowledge of the principles of law and their application; trial procedure and rules of evidence; legal research methods; thorough ability to present statements of fact, law, and argument clearly and logically.  

Level V: Licensed by the California State Bar and four (4) years full time criminal prosecution experience or five (5) years practice of law and ability to travel to locations outside of the regular office to perform necessary legal services.

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This position works within the Kern County District Attorney's Office. For more information about the District Attorney's Office, please view their website .

Summary of Recruitment Bonus for Deputy District Attorney I/II/III/IV/V
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