Public Information Officer


Job Title: Assistant Solicitor Attorney III

Job Description: The DeKalb County Solicitor-General is lookin to hire an Attorney III with Training and Managerial experience.

Leads and coordinates daily work activities of small unit of attorneys or trial team; trains and instructs lower-level attorneys and interns; provides guidance and oversight to attorneys, investigators, and legal support staff; and advises staff regarding complex/problem situations.

Conducts initial case evaluations as assigned; reviews case file and analyzes the facts and evidence of the case; may assess client eligibility and needs; reviews criminal histories; determines appropriateness of diversion, dismissal, or charges; reviews accuracy of jurisdiction, venue, and scope of arrest powers; ensures sufficient probable cause; prepares or reviews charges and discovery; and prepares for arraignment.

Investigates, analyzes, and prepares assigned cases for hearings and trials; may interview clients in and out of custody; requests and inspects records and evidence; prepares graphics and exhibits; makes investigative requests and follows up on leads; obtains and reviews scientific results and analysis; identifies and interviews witnesses and alibis; observes crime scenes; subpoenas witnesses and prepares them for trial; prepares clients for trial; determines need for, procures, and interviews expert witnesses; assesses need for psychological/psychiatric evaluation of client; anticipates legal issues; assists in the development of case strategies; and presents cases to superiors.


Job Title: ASG

Job Description: The DeKalb Co. Solicitor General’s Office is looking to hire an Assistant Solicitor-General. The Attorney will conducts initial case evaluations as assigned; reviews case file and analyzes the facts and evidence of the case; may assess client eligibility and needs; reviews criminal histories; determines appropriateness of diversion, dismissal, or charges; reviews accuracy of jurisdiction, venue, and scope of arrest powers; ensures sufficient probable cause; prepares or reviews charges and discovery; and prepares for all court hearings or arraignments.

Investigates, analyzes, and prepares assigned cases for hearings and trials; may interview clients in and out of custody; requests and inspects records and evidence; prepares graphics and exhibits; makes investigative requests and follows up on leads; obtains and reviews scientific results and analysis; identifies and interviews witnesses and alibis; observes crime scenes; subpoenas witnesses and prepares them for trial; may prepare clients for trial; determines need for, procures, and interviews expert witnesses; assesses need for psychological/psychiatric evaluation of client;
anticipates legal issues; assists in the development of case strategies; and presents cases to superiors.

Represents clients or State of Georgia at arraignments, preliminary and pre-trial hearings and conferences, motion hearings, jury and bench trials, probation and sentencing, post adjudication/post-conviction hearings, alternative and diversion programs, specialty courts, or any related courtroom proceedings; prepares and argues motions and evidence; negotiates and presents plea resolutions; negotiates at all stages on behalf of the client; advises clients or victims regarding the acceptance or rejection of plea offers; and assists with jury selection, opening and closing statements, evidence presentation, witness questioning.

Preferred Qualifications: Juris Doctorate Degree required; one year of experience in criminal justice, legal, or related field; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.

Specific License or Certification Required: Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver’s license; and must possess and maintain licensure from the Georgia State Bar Association

Position Status: Full-Time

Position Type: County Paid

Salary Range: $61,143-$65,000

Job Title: ASG

Job Description: The Solicitor-General’s Office in the Stone Mtn. Judicial Circuit has an opening for an Assistant Solicitor-General. The following duties are normal for this position; other duties may be required and assigned:

• Reviews reports submitted by law enforcement to determine whether further investigation is needed; approves or returns cases for more work; researches alternative crimes; reads and researches case law.

• Drafts accusations and indictments; evaluates and researches potential defenses; negotiates pleas to dispose of cases; dismisses cases not prosecutable.

• Develops trial strategy for each case, presents cases to grand jury; questions witnesses; answers juror’s questions; determines appropriate sentence recommendations; calls arraignment calendars; attends pre-trial conferences with judge and defense attorneys.

• Subpoenas appropriate witnesses for motions; researches and argues all pretrial and post-trial motions; files motions in appropriate time frame prior to trial. Complies with discovery requirements by copying and mailing documents.

Minimum qualifications: All applicants must be a member in good standing with the State Bar of Georgia or be in good standing of another state’s bar association that is eligible for reciprocity admittance to the State Bar of Georgia; and be admitted to practice before the Georgia Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

The Stone Mtn Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Preferred Qualifications: Juris Doctorate Degree required; one year of experience in criminal justice, legal, or related field; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.

Specific License or Certification Required: Must possess and maintain a valid Georgia driver’s license; and must possess and maintain licensure from the Georgia State Bar Association

Position Status: Part-Time

Position Type: Grant Funded Time Limited

Salary Range: $58,000-$62,000

Application Open Date: 11/16/2021

Application Close Date: 12/31/2021


Job Title: Information Technology Tech

Job Description: Supports software system access; defines application security access levels; sets up application access for new employees and terminates application access when no longer necessary; and documents procedures and changes on all departmental/agency systems.

Provides technical support and training to system users; troubleshoots problems with programs; resolves problems; escalates problem to central IT, vendors or other personnel as appropriate; and ensures continual operations of departmental/agency applications; and utilizes diagnostic tools and other resources as appropriate.

Supports development and implementation of new technology which includes the upgrade, expansion, installation, documentation, and training of new enterprise level software packages to large populations of users

Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems, Information Technology, or related field required; three years of progressively responsible experience in being a functional systems administrator; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.

Position Status: Part-Time

Position Type: Grant Funded Time Limited

Salary Range: $35,000-$38,000

Application Open Date: 11/16/2021

Application Close Date: 12/31/2021

Contact Number: 17702868406

Submit resume and cover letter to: Email: ordavis@dekalbcountyga.gov