Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) position for the Western District of Washington.
Snohomish County District Court is recruiting for positions within the Probation and Mental Health Departments! Please follow the links below or see the County Job Opportunities page for more information and qualifications. And please feel free to share within your organization or on your website.
Probation Program Coordinator
Therapeutic Case Manager
Thurston County Public Defense Mission:
"To Defend and Protect Our Clients' Constitutional Rights, One Person at a Time" PLEASE NOTE: This position has a current end date of December 31, 2024.
Thurston County Public Defense is currently recruiting for one (1) Defense Attorney position. A Defense Attorney practices in either District Court, Juvenile Court, or Superior Court with moderate to minimum supervision and/or general direction from a higher-level defense attorney.
Immediate placement for this position will be in the District Court Unit for misdemeanor representation consistent with summary of duties outlined below.
Depending upon qualifications, the successful applicant will be placed either at a Defense Attorney I or Defense Attorney II level. The Defense Attorney II is distinguished by years of experience and the responsibility to handle both adult and juvenile felony and misdemeanor caseloads.
The Administrative Office of the Courts has multiple new job opportunities posted this week. For more information about these positions, to review the job descriptions, inquire about benefits, or to apply, please click below:
MacDonald Hoague & Bayless seeks a Paralegal for our growing immigration practice. Responsibilities include: independently managing a caseload in a high-volume environment, preparing labor certification applications, preparing employment and family-based AOS applications, preparing nonimmigrant visa petitions, preparing immigrant visa petitions, maintaining status reports, communicating with clients, working collaboratively with attorneys, other paralegals, and legal assistants, and contributing to process improvement projects. Must have excellent analytical, management, and writing skills and strong attention to detail. Minimum of two years immigration paralegal experience. College Degree/Paralegal Certificate preferred.
Salary: $50,000 to $75,000 Depending on Experience
Please send resume, cover letter and salary expectations to Carmen Carrillo at CarmenC@@mhb.com.
Looking for a Business Associate in Yakima office.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Washington (ACLU-WA) is seeking 1-2 experienced attorneys to build, file, and litigate through trial complex civil actions in state and federal courts to protect and advance civil liberties for all Washingtonians—work that is important now more than ever.
The ACLU-WA has increased its level of operations during the previous federal administration to fight broad attacks on civil liberties while continuing to vigorously move forward the work of our existing projects. While we will continue to hold the new administration accountable, we are also excited to move ahead on our agenda to protect the rights of immigrants; implement policing and criminal justice changes; end the school to prison pipeline; fight technological invasions of privacy; protect free speech and promote race equity; and expand and protect the civil and human rights of all.
All the details are here!
Senior Legal Counsel, Commercial-Technology Transactions
The Metropolitan King County Council hereby gives notice of judicial vacancy in the Shoreline Electoral District of the King County District Court. The Council currently intends to fill this vacancy pursuant to state law and county code. To be eligible to serve as a district court judge in this position, an individual must be a registered voter and legal resident of the Shoreline Division’s electoral district and a lawyer admitted to practice law in Washington State. RCW 3.34.060; K.C.C. 2.68.075. The election precincts that make up the Shoreline Division’s electoral district are set forth in Section 1.C.4 of King County Ordinance 19421. Pursuant to K.C.C 2.70.020, to be considered for appointment, a candidate must have a current rating of, at a minimum, “qualified” for a district court judicial position from the King County Bar Association and at least one other bar association operating in King County with an eligible judicial candidate evaluation process, as defined in K.C.C 2.70.020.F.2. Under the County Code, ratings are “current” until the expiration date stated in the rating communication or until three years after the date the rating communication was issued if no expiration date is stated. Any individual wishing to be considered for appointment must deliver to the clerk of the council, in electronic form, the following application materials:
1. A letter of interest, which must specify the division of the district court to which the applicant is requesting appointment and should explain why the individual wishes to serve as a district court judge, how the applicant is qualified to do so and specify the division of the district court to which the applicant is requesting appointment;
2. The individual’s resume;
3. A copy of the completed responses to questionnaires submitted to the King County Bar Association to obtain its rating;
4. A copy of the communication from the King County Bar Association and from at least one bar association defined in K.C.C 2.70.020.F.2 informing the individual of the individual's rating for appointment to the district court; and
5. Any supporting information the individual would like the council to consider.
These application materials must be received by the clerk of the council, in electronic form, not later than 4:30 p.m., October 17, 2022. The clerk's email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions, regarding the KCBA evaluation process, contact Tom Lockyear at TomL@kcba.org or (206)267-7034.
City of Seattle's Office of Labor Standards is hiring a Policy Analyst! The Policy Analyst will work on projects that further the development and implementation of Seattle's existing and future labor standards. Our forward-thinking work focuses on policies that advance economic justice, workplace equity, worker well-being, and centers our City’s most vulnerable workers. This work may include legislation, administrative rules, fiscal recommendations, and programs subject to review and approval by policy makers.
Here is a direct link to the job description and application page:
We will be accepting applications for this position until 4:00pm Pacific Time on Tuesday, September 13th.