Title Director of Finance – NYPTI
Location NYPTI
Job Information

The New York Prosecutors Training Institute (NYPTI) seeks a Director of Finance to oversee financial, administrative and human resources functions. NYPTI ( is a not-for-profit company that provides legal training, advice and assistance to the 62 elected District Attorneys and their legal staffs.

The successful candidate must be skilled in accounting and budgeting and optimally some human resources background. This position requires a strategic thinker and an effective leader, who can make appropriate decisions quickly, given the information available.  One key to success is to proactively build relationships in-house and outside NYPTI in line with our mission and to ensure financial stability and seek growth.

NYPTI’s annual operating budget is $3-4 million, funded primarily by annual, recurring state and intermittent federal grants.  NYPTI’s staff of 22 includes 9 attorneys (including the Executive and Deputy Director), 5 Information Technology professionals, 5 administrative and 3 finance professionals.

NYPTI’s current Director of Finance works part-time supervising 2 support positions (1 full-time and 1 part-time).  NYPTI will consider candidates to work full or part time.  Duties of the NYPTI Finance Unit include:

  • Working with legal/technology/administrative staff to complete grant applications, quarterly reports and financial paperwork.
  • Actively monitoring grant budgets, cash flow and the company’s financial position, conducting short and long-range analysis and report to the Executive Director.
  • Monitoring to ensure compliance with finance/labor laws and guidelines
    • Reviewing invoices for payment
    • Determining fringe benefit rates for grants/pension contributions
    • Meeting with grantor agencies to discuss/plan agency grants and build relationships
    • Managing the paperwork for all staff regarding NYPTI’s health, dental and vision insurance and reviewing policies annually to advise the Executive Director on any changes

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting
  • High level financial experience in a not-for-profit or government position.
  • An analytical mind to forecast short and long range financial plans and change/shift as needed.
  • Proven ability to communicate and work effectively with in-house staff and outside finance professionals of all levels in state, federal and NYC government.
  • Proficiency using MS Office and financial management software

Interested candidates should send resume with cover letter to

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Title Business Analyst
Job Information

Join our team in making state of the art Software-as-a-Service (SAAS) applications. We provide many different software solutions to a “closed user community” of criminal justice employees throughout New York state and nationally.

Primary Responsibilities Include:

  • Requirements analysis, specification writing, test plan creation/execution, user training, and user documentation of new applications/features using industry standards.
  • Working closely with developers, provide general support for all software applications. This includes first line of remote support for users by answering questions, troubleshooting problems, requirements analysis and assisting with report/document creation.
  • • Recording/editing videos of continuing legal education lectures.


  • Degree in computer science or related field.
  • Experience providing assistance/support/training on a product or service.


  • Knowledge of Microsoft SQL.
  • Excellent communication and writing skills.
  • General understanding of multimedia recording and editing including graphic design
  • Self-motivated, independent, and quick learner with strong interest in new technologies
  • Must have a valid driver’s license with clean record. Some travel is required, generally just within New York State.

Preferred Experience:

  • Knowledge of the criminal justice system
  • Software development

The New York Prosecutors Training Institute, Inc. (NYPTI) is a not-for-profit corporation created in 1995 by the District Attorneys Association of the State of New York. NYPTI’s mission is to provide comprehensive continuing legal education, training, advice, and assistance to New York State’s District Attorneys and their assistants.
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Title Citywide Disposition Supervisor
Salary $103,883.00 – $132,239.00 (Annual)
Location New York City Law Department – Family Court Division
Job Information

The New York City Law Department is accepting applications from admitted attorneys with a significant litigation experience for the position of Citywide Disposition Supervisor in the Family Court Divisions Juvenile Delinquency Unit. The Juvenile Delinquency Prosecution Unit investigates juvenile delinquency matters that are referred to the office and prosecutes the matters where appropriate. Juvenile delinquency matters currently involve youth ages 7 to 15 who have been arrested for conduct that would constitute a crime if they were adults. Effective October 1, 2018, the Raise the Age Legislation will go into effect raising the age of criminal responsibility in New York State. In prosecuting juvenile delinquency cases, the Family Court Division’s Juvenile Delinquency Prosecution Unit seeks to ensure that those youth who commit delinquent acts are held accountable for their misconduct and receive appropriate services. The Family Court system is focused on rehabilitation.

The Citywide Disposition Supervisor will be part of the Divisions central management team, and will have primary duties and responsibilities which include but are not limited to:
• Supervising social work supervisor(s) who oversee citywide social worker(s);
• Supervising the psychologist;
• Supervising the Restorative Justice and Diversion Coordinator;
• Overseeing a team of dispositional supervisors citywide to ensure that an appropriate and comprehensive analysis is being conducted on a case-by-case basis;
• Monitoring citywide compliance with Division dispositional policies and guidelines;
• Providing dispositional guidance and litigation support to dispositional supervisors in the borough offices;
• Coordinating the work of the dispositional supervisors;
• Managing Division relationships with service providers;
• Conducting and organizing program visits;
• Addressing systemic issues in dispositional practice through transcript review of dispositional hearings and proceedings;
• Organizing and conducting quarterly citywide dispositional team meetings;
• Maintaining disposition-related statistics; and
• Creating and conducting disposition-related trainings.

The Citywide Disposition Supervisor position requires citywide travel, may have general responsibilities related to the successful implementation of Raise the Age, and may require work/availability in the evening and/or weekends. The position will likely be based in Manhattan, but the location is subject to change based on space availability.

The deadline to apply is April 10, 2018.

Minimum Qualification Requirements
Applicants must be admitted and in good standing with the NYS Bar will have significant legal experience in Family Court juvenile delinquency practice and/or in criminal law following graduation from an ABA accredited law school. Applicants must also possess excellent judgment; exceptional organizational abilities; strong leadership skills; solid knowledge of municipal criminal law, the Family Court Act and evidentiary issues; and strong interpersonal skills. Applicants must also be creative problem-solvers with the ability to recognize and respond to the wide range of legal, social and personal issues that often present themselves in the youth, families, court personnel, and community members with whom they will be engaged in the course of their work.

Preferred Skills
At least eight (8) years of Family Court juvenile delinquency practice or ten (10) years in criminal law practice.

Please click the following link to apply to Job ID 339416 Please click on the “Apply Now” button. Please attach your cover letter and resume as one document under “resume” and a writing sample under “cover letter”. The cover letter should be addressed to Aimee Sklar-Calogero, Chief of Staff to the Family Court Division.

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Title Assistant District Attorney – Albany County
Salary Commensurate with experience
Location Albany County
Job Information

The Office of the Albany County District Attorney is seeking candidates to fill an Assistant District Attorney position in our Vehicular Crimes Unit.  Applicants should have experience prosecuting crimes including, DWI, AUO, and vehicular assaults.  Albany County residency and New York State bar admission are required.

Please send a resume and cover letter to:

Dave Rossi

Chief Assistant District Attorney

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Title Assistant District Attorney – Cortland County
Salary $64,871-$78,925
Location Cortland County District Attorney’s Office
Job Information

The Cortland County District Attorney’s Office has an opening for an Assistant District Attorney

Possession of a license to practice law in New York State.

*Residency requirements will be in compliance with 2005 local law #3.

Pre-employment drug screen and criminal background check required.


CORTLAND, NY 13045-2746
(607) 753-5076

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Title Assistant District Attorney – Tompkins County
Salary $80,018 – $86,902
End Date 2018-05-20
Location Tompkins County District Attorney’s Office
Job Information

There is currently one full-time 40-hour per week opportunity in the title of Assistant District Attorney located in the Tompkins County District Attorney’s Office. This is an Exempt Class civil service appointment. This means that there is no civil service test, that the incumbent serves at the will of the District Attorney and that the term of appointment parallels the elected District Attorney’s term. Per local law, Public Officers law and the normal Tompkins County residence requirements have been waived and applications may be considered from attorneys throughout New York State. In order to adequately perform the duties of the position, the selected candidate would need to relocate to Ithaca or within a reasonable commute of the DA’s Office.
You can apply here:
Admission to the Bar in New York State. Applicants must provide verification that they have passed the NYS Bar exam and
provide a current Certificate of Good Standing from the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division. An employee, is
required to maintain the certificate of good standing for the duration of his or her career.

This position involves responsibility for representing the People of the State of New York in the criminal prosecution of offenses.
This involves all phases of case preparation and presentation of matters ranging from vehicle and traffic infractions to felonies.
Work is performed in close conjunction with and under the supervision of the District Attorney. The incumbent will perform all related duties as required.

·Manages assigned cases on intake by examining case file, including complaint and report form, and determining facts versus legal issues;
· Works with law enforcement agencies by rendering legal advice, assisting in investigation, coordinating activities on particular cases and preparing search warrants;
· Responds to scenes of serious physical injury accidents;
·Works with local criminal courts by handling violations and misdemeanors, rendering legal advice to magistrates, preparing for preliminary felony hearings and making bail recommendations;
·Prepares cases for Grand Jury presentment, including marshalling and evaluating evidence, statements, photographs, sketches and reports (including scientific tests);
· Researches law to determine legal requirements versus evidence;
· Secures indictment, prosecutors information or finding of dismissal from Grand Jury;
·After indictment prepares cases for trial by responding to motions, preparing for hearings, evaluating cases, plea-bargaining and discussing cases with District Attorney;
·Prepares for trial by researching points of law and rules of evidence, preparing trial file of evidence, checks on prospective jurors, checks on changes by judge and develops trial strategy;
·Tries cases, including jury selection, presentment of cases, preparing opening statements and preparing closing summations;
·Handles post judgment motions, including receiving motions to vacate judgment, preparing response and brief and arguing motion in superior court;
·Handles appeals by preparing brief, appendix and trial record, preparing response to defendants brief, arguing appeal in Appellate Division and seeking permission to appeal to Court of Appeals if not a matter of right;
· Instructs at Police Training Academy if requested;
· Responds to telephone calls from citizens, agencies and law enforcement agencies;
· Researches new law and prepares memorandum.

· Thorough knowledge of criminal law and court proceedings;
· Ability to interpret and work with New York State and Federal criminal code;
· Ability to communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing;
· Ability to reason quickly and logically in stressful situations;
· Ability to analyze and organize effectively;
· Ability to establish and maintain good interpersonal working relations;
· Ability to make logical, on the spot decisions regarding office policy;
· Ability to maintain high levels of confidentiality on controversial cases;
· Willingness to be available on a 24-hour basis to the District Attorney, law enforcement agencies and local magistrates;
· Integrity; excellent judgment;
· The employee’s physical condition shall be commensurate with the demands of the position.

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Title Assistant District Attorney – Part Time – Lewis County
Salary $35,000/yr
Location Lewis County District Attorney
Job Information

Lewis County is seeking part-time ADA to work 20 hrs. per week assisting the County DA and FT ADA in the investigation, preparation and presentations in court of primarily misdemeanor cases, and violation level caseload in Justice Courts. Flexible work schedule requires both day and night work. Candidates must be licensed to practice law in the State of New York and Certificate in Good Standing from the Appellate Division. Residency not required. Salary; $35,000 p/yr. Forward resume and references  by March 30, 2018 to:  Chris Boulio, Director of Human Resources, 7660 N. State St. Lowville, NY 13367 EOE

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Title Assistant District Attorney – Jefferson County
Salary $60,308-$67,191
Location Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office
Job Information

ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY – This is a professional legal position in the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office that assists with the prosecution of criminal violations of law. The work involves responsibility for participating in the investigation, preparation and presentation of misdemeanor and felony cases in court. Salary: $60,308-$67,191, excellent fringe benefits including health insurance and NYS Retirement. Jefferson County residence required after appointment. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Possession of a license to practice law in New York State. Send letter of application with resume, writing sample, and law transcript to: Jefferson County Department of Human Resources, 175 Arsenal Street, Watertown, NY 13601. Electronic submissions accepted at Or online at

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Title Director – National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute
Location NAGTRI – Washington, DC
Job Information

Director – National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute
NAAG Job Announcement – NAGTRI Director

The National Association of Attorneys General (“NAAG”) has exclusively retained Bridge Partners to conduct a search for a Director – National Attorneys General Training and Research Institute (“NAGTRI”) to be located in its Washington, DC headquarters.


The NAGTRI Director will lead a growing team of attorneys and support staff in ensuring the vision, priorities, and initiatives of the NAGTRI strategic plan are met. The NAGTRI 2017 Strategic Plan can be found here. The NAGTRI Director will recognize and execute the vision of NAGTRI as set out by the NAAG/NAGTRI Training Committee, NAAG Executive Director and NAAG Deputy Executive Director, and the NAGTRI National Advisory Board, and enhance that vision with their own.

The ideal candidate for NAGTRI Director is a person of strong leadership skills, vision, energy, initiative, integrity, and humility with a track record that bears witness to such qualities. He/she should also have a strong ability to build bridges, forge partnerships, and effectively grow and manage projects. Potentially successful candidates will be individuals who are never satisfied with the status quo.

Frequent domestic travel and some international travel are required.

The NAGTRI Director will be a member of the NAAG executive staff leadership team and will report to the NAAG Deputy Executive Director.

Organization: The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) was founded in 1907 to help attorneys general fulfill the responsibilities of their office and to assist in the delivery of high-quality legal services to the states and territorial jurisdictions.

The National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute (NAGTRI)was created in 2007. The NAGTRI mission is to provide high-quality, non-partisan, and innovative training, research and other developmental resources to support state and territorial attorneys general offices (AGOs). It currently conducts over 130 trainings a year, provides an extensive wiki research tool to AGOs, and produces numerous legal newsletters and publications. NAGTRI continues to steadily grow and expects to launch numerous new initiatives in the next few years. The NAGTRI vision is to be recognized as the premier national organization for training and research throughout the government legal, law enforcement, and prosecutorial arenas.

Location: Washington, DC

Relos: Yes, this is a national search.


University/College Degree;
Law degree from an accredited law school;
Bar membership in a US jurisdiction;
At least 10 years’ experience as an attorney in a dynamic legal environment, preferably that of an attorney general’s office, district attorney’s office, U.S. Attorney’s office, military JAG office, or related state or federal agency;
Significant trial and/or litigation experience;
Experience conducting legal training;
Expertise in growing programs from initial concepts to operational capability.

Please submit cover letter, resume, and one writing sample via email to Debbie Tang at Bridge Partners:

Please use “NAGTRI Director” as the subject line.

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Title Criminal Justice Coordinator
Salary $45/hr; 20 hours/week
Location Onondaga County District Attorney
Job Information

The position of Criminal Justice Coordinator is a temporary part-time position that will end December 31, 2018.

Duties Description:
The general duties include identification, development and implementation of emerging criminal justice programs and facilitating and promoting coordination, communication, and cooperation among federal, state, tribal and local criminal justice and non-criminal justice agencies in the implementation of these programs. Specific duties include developing strategies to reduce crime, assist individuals reentering the community after serving prison sentences, and improving victim/witness protection programs.

The position also requires writing, managing, and monitoring all grants and RFP proposals of the District Attorney’s Office, and functioning as a compliance monitor of the program(s) and/or grant(s); and is responsible for all facets of the program(s) including program/project management, data collection and analysis, and fiscal disbursement/audit of the program.

The position also requires serving as the system administrator for the District Attorney’s case management system and as a crime analyst. As system administrator for the case management system, the Criminal Justice Coordinator performs all system related tasks, including creating users, assigning roles and permissions, training, data integrity, and maintenance of the system, and interacts directly with the New York Prosecutors Training Institute for system changes, upgrades and performance databases. As a crime analyst, the Criminal Justice Coordinator is responsible for data collection and analysis to support criminal justice programs within the District Attorney’s Office and the operating budget.

Minimum Qualifications:
Candidates must have A) graduated from a regionally accredited college or university or one accredited by the New York State Board of Regents to grant degrees with a Masters degree; OR B) Graduated from a regionally accredited college or university or one accredited by the New York State Board of Regents to grant degrees with a bachelor’s degree and two (2) years of professional level work experience, or its part-time equivalent involving the development, administration or analysis of programs or projects; OR C) Six (6) years of paraprofessional or professional work experience, or its part-time equivalent, two (2) years of which must have involved professional level work experience in the development, administration or analysis of programs or projects; OR D) An equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of (A), (B) and (C) as stated above; E) not have any criminal history within the United States or while serving with a component of the United States Armed Forces; F) Must be certified as a police officer in his/her prior employment within the State of New York and registered as such with the Division of Criminal Justice Services having completed the Municipal Police Training Course (MPTC), or its equivalent, with a minimum of six (6) years of experience, or its part-time equivalent, as a Police Officer; G) Must have a complete understanding of the New York State Penal Law and the New York State Criminal Procedure Law.

Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to the attention of the Administrative Officer by February 15, 2018:

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Title Assistant District Attorney – Livingston County
Salary $55,000-60,000 based on experience
Location Livingston County District Attorney’s Office
Job Information

Town and Village Justice Court position with opportunity for felony work. NYS Bar admittance required with experience preferred.

Please send cover letter, resume and references to Gregory J. McCaffrey, Livingston County District Attorney, Courthouse, 2 Court Street, Geneseo, New York 14454.

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Title Assistant District Attorney – Cayuga County
Salary $63,968-70,000 range/retirment & benefits included (40 hrs/week, F/T)
Location Cayuga County District Attorney’s Office
Job Information

Major Responsibilities include criminal prosecutions, including felonies, hearings, motions, trials and appellate work. NYS Bar admittance required, experienced prosecutors preferred.

To apply, interested applicants should send resume w/cover letter to

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Title First Assistant District Attorney – Yates County
Salary 69,000 – 80,000 commensurate with experience
Location Yates County District Attorney’s Office
Job Information

First Assistant District Attorney needed immediately. Applicants must have at least 3 years of experience handling serious felony offenses and exceptional trial and oral advocacy skills. The position will encompass all aspects of criminal prosecution including, but not limited to local court appearances, grand jury, county court, motion practice, hearings, arraignments, and law enforcement training. Experience with PCMS is encouraged but not necessary. Salary range is between $69,000 and $80,000 depending on experience, plus benefits. There is a requirement that the individual reside within Yates County within a reasonable period of time after beginning work.

Contact: All interested applications must email a cover letter and resume to

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Title Assistant District Attorney – Schoharie County
Salary Commensurate with experience
Location Schoharie County District Attorney’s Office
Job Information

The Schoharie County District Attorney’s Office is seeking an Assistant District Attorney candidate to prosecute all types of criminal cases. Candidates with interest in trial and appellate work are highly encouraged to apply. NYS Bar admittance and 2-5 years of experience preferred.
The salary for the position will be commensurate with experience. Medical/Dental/Retirement benefits are available.
Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to For more information please contact Susan Mallery, Schoharie County District Attorney-Elect by calling 518-234-3431.

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Title Supervising Assistant Special Prosecutor
Salary Commensurate with experience
Location Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs – Westchester County
Job Information

Minimum Qualifications:
Admission to the New York State Bar and a member in good standing with seven (7) years of post-admission experience as a criminal prosecutor before the Courts of New York State. Three (3) years of experience in criminal appellate work required. Experience supervising junior prosecutors is also required. Commitment to public service and excellent research/writing skills essential.
Duties Description:
Associate Counsel would serve as a Supervising Assistant Special Prosecutor in the Office of the Special Prosecutor/Inspector General and perform the following functions, including but not limited to:
•Conducting appeals related to criminal matters statewide including researching and writing briefs and arguing before the appellate courts of New York State. Supervising appellate work of junior attorneys.
•Review criminal investigations and make charging decisions. Draft and review charging documents, gather documentation, prepare witnesses to prosecute cases of abuse and neglect against vulnerable persons in New York State. Appear on criminal matters in local, county and supreme courts throughout the state. Prepare Grand Jury presentations and indict criminal defendants. Conduct criminal hearings and trials. Supervise Assistant Special Prosecutors including reviewing and approving charging decisions, conferencing cases, supervising Grand Jury proceedings and second-seating at hearings and trial. Under supervision, approving plea offers.
•Work closely with local district attorneys’ offices regarding cases being prosecuted by the local DA. Advise on charging considerations and collateral consequences unique to cases associated with calls of abuse and neglect made to the Justice Center’s hotline.
•Consult and advise Justice Center’s criminal and non-criminal investigators on pending investigations. Interview witnesses, including vulnerable persons to advise on the appropriate course of action for pending investigations.
•Participate in local and statewide task forces and organizations related to the criminal investigations and prosecution of persons charged with abuse or neglect of vulnerable New Yorkers. Conduct training on legal issues to law enforcement, prosecutors and advocacy organizations.
•Coordinate with counterparts in local DAs offices to advise and confer on matters that fall within each’s jurisdictional authority.
•Travel is required up to 60 % of time. Much of travel time focused on the Capital Region.

Preferred Candidate:
Candidates with five (5) or more years of work with special victims, sex crimes, child abuse or domestic violence are preferred.
Salary: Commensurate with experience.

Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to the attention of the Special Prosecutor:

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