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ProfileExecutive Director The candidate will have legislative expertise and advocacy on behalf of the 39 Washington Prosecuting Attorneys. Will be providing for continuing legal education focused upon the criminal, civil, and ethical duties of Prosecuting Attorneys; coordination and assistance in addressing criminal, civil, and ethical issues within each county and amongst counties; association budgeting, contracting and daily supervision of 3 employees, as well as oversight of 9 employees working for the child support project director; frequent coordination with state agencies and government associations. Requires the ability to quickly assess novel circumstances and provide timely advice. Should have knowledge of political, community and economic issues related to or affecting criminal prosecution. Should have an ability to work with other viewpoints effectively. Should have an excellent work ethic, desire for legislative engagement and a commitment to public service and the pursuit of justice. Must be Law school graduate and a member of the WSBA, preference given to those who have experience working within a Prosecuting Attorneys Office. Closing date : August 31, 2018. Expected start date: November 1, 2018.
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Washington Association of Prosecuting Attorneys
206 10th Avenue, SE
Olympia, WA 98501