Employment Opportunities

View a personal invitation from State Attorney Phil Archer to join our team

To View and Apply for Available Positions

1.       Go To:  State of Florida Employment

2.       Select “Search by Keyword” text box - (see below image)

3.       Enter “18th Circuit” in Quotes to return a list of current positions

State of FL Employment

 

We Are An Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.  We use E-Verify to Confirm Eligibility of all Newly Hired Employees.

If you need additional assistance contact Human Resources in our Viera Office at 321-617-7510

 

Assistant State Attorneys

JOB LOCATIONS: Brevard or Seminole Counties
JOB TITLE: ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY
CLOSING DATE: Continually accepting applications. Hiring based on current needs.

RESPONSIBILITIES/DUTIES: Successful candidates are committed to becoming effective trial advocates, dedicated and responsive to the public they serve, and strive to achieve the highest standards of ethical conduct and integrity in the practice of law.

MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE: Must be a member of the Florida Bar or eligible for post-graduate certification or certification as an out-of-state Bar member.

COMPENSATION: Depending upon experience, entry-level Assistant State Attorneys are compensated at an annual rate of $50,000.

 

Support Staff Opportunities

To support the prosecutorial function of the Office of the State Attorney, we employ investigators (CLE), paralegals, clerical, data entry, information techs, victim advocates, and legal assistants.

Salaries are commensurate with education, experience, and the position for which you are applying. Health, life, dental, vision, supplemental insurance benefits, and tuition reimbursement are available. Employees accrue vacation and sick leave on a monthly basis.

As a State of Florida employee, support staff participate in the Florida State Retirement System.


   Unpaid Sponsorships and Volunteer Opportunities

Student Extern-Internship Sponsorship
(unpaid for credit)

Citizen Volunteers

The Office of the State Attorney continuously considers applications from citizens who wish to volunteer. Volunteer opportunities are contingent upon the availability, experience, and education of the person wishing to participate as a Citizen Volunteer.

For more information on becoming a Citizen Volunteer, contact our Personnel Division at (321) 617-7228  for opportunities in our Brevard or Seminole offices.

 

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