Employment Opportunities
At the Pima County Attorney's Office, you can make a difference fighting crime and pursuing justice.  Employment with the Pima County Attorney's Office offers excellent opportunities for growth and development, competitive salaries, benefits, and positive work environments. It also provides the personal satisfaction and fulfillment that come from knowing you are contributing essential services to the residents of Pima County. If you're interested in joining our team, visit the various open positions to see where you can fit in to make a difference.

All applicants must pass a criminal background investigation prior to appointment due to employees' access to records and confidential information of law enforcement agencies and detention or correctional facilities.

Applications and official announcements are available at:
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Pima County
Human Resources Dept.
150 West Congress, 4th floor
Tucson, AZ 85701
www.pima.gov/hr
Attorney Positions

The Pima County Attorney’s Office is actively recruiting for Attorney-Unclassified (7660) in the Criminal Division. Employment status is full time and is not subject to the Pima County Merit System Rules. This recruitment is open until filled.

The Criminal Division prosecutes misdemeanors, felonies, and juvenile cases. The Civil Division provides legal services to the elected officials, department directors, boards and commissions of Pima County.


Desired Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited school of law. Admission to the Arizona State Bar at time of appointment.Salary: Commensurate with qualifications.

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Non-Attorney Positions
The Pima County Attorney’s office is currently recruiting for qualified applicants for the following position(s). Employment status is for full-time positions.

• Criminal Intelligence Analyst – 7650
Position open until filled

The recently developed Pima County Attorney’s Office Crime Strategies Unit and Geo-Based Prosecution teams work closely with law enforcement agencies and members of the community to identify the high-priority offenders most responsible for committing crimes that impact our community, from violent crimes to lower-level, quality-of-life offenses. Would you like to work with us to fight and prevent crime?

Are you interested in helping prosecutors develop and implement intelligence-driven strategies that address these crime issues and target priority offenders? Do you possess strong critical thinking skills and a desire to make our community a safer place? Do you possess sharp attention to detail and persistence? Do you have the skills and expertise to conduct statistical research and collect, collate, distill, interpret, and analyze data and information? Do you have good communication and writing skills? From a neighborhood park that has been a drug-dealing hot spot for 20 years, to a convenience store that has a high number of robberies, to ongoing issues with crime and disorder at budget motels, a crime analyst can provide input and recommend strategies and direction for intelligence-led prosecution and informed decision-making. If you are the right person for this position, apply now and become part of a passionate, dedicated, and engaged team that values collaboration and innovation.

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• Victim Advocate – 3146
Position open until filled

Establishes communication with victims/witnesses, provides crisis intervention services, advises victims of their statutory rights, keeps victims/witnesses informed regarding their cases, provides referrals to appropriate community resources and serves as a liaison between victims/witnesses and the Pima County Attorney's Office personnel.


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The Pima County Attorney’s office is currently building a register for qualified applicants for the following positions (Civil and Criminal Divisions):

Paralegal – 3145

Legal Secretary – 3143

Legal Processing Support – 3139

Employment status is for full-time positions.




Volunteers/Internships
The Pima County Attorney's Office is seeking motivated volunteers and interns who are interested in gaining hands-on experience in the criminal justice system and working to help the County Attorney represent the people of Pima County. The County Attorney's Office offers a variety of opportunities for eligible high school, college, law school, and paralegal students. The selection process takes 1-2 weeks.

More information about internships is available here: Expectations and Job Descriptions.

Internship Application Process
All prospective interns must complete and return the following materials in .pdf format to: cheryl.lapper@pcao.pima.gov

Resource Center
Volunteers/Interns
Volunteer/Intern Application
Volunteer/Intern background check
Notice of release
Internship Expectations
Internship Job Description
Links
Pima County Human Resources
Pima County Job Titles
Reports
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy Utilization Report
A copy of the EEOP Utilization Report is also available for review at the personnel office.
Contact
For recruitment questions/concerns, hr@pima.gov

32 N. Stone Avenue, Tucson, Arizona 85701