Equal Opportunity Employment Policy
It is the policy of the Marion County Prosecutor’s Office to provide equal opportunity in employment to all employees and applicants for employment. No person is to be discriminated against in employment because of race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information or veteran status.
Entry-Level Deputy Prosecuting Attorney
Entry-level deputy prosecuting attorneys work in either misdemeanor court or in the Juvenile Division. Successful candidates are self-starters and should be comfortable in a courtroom setting. Coursework in law school and/or related work experience should demonstrate a sincere interest in criminal law and trial advocacy.
Admittance to the Indiana bar and a JD from an accredited law school is required. Previous trial experience or training in trial advocacy is highly preferred.
Core responsibilities include, but are not limited to: trying cases, interviewing victims and witnesses, reviewing case evidence, negotiating plea agreements, and interfacing with community members and agencies.
Cover letters and resumes should be submitted to Charnette Garner, Chief Counsel, at Charnette.email@example.com.
Our office is always accepting applications. Qualified resumes are kept on file for consideration as openings become available.
Job Title: Child Support Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Position
deputy prosecuting attorneys work in the Child Support Division. Successful
candidates are self-starters and should be comfortable in a courtroom setting
and working a high volume caseload. This
deputing prosecuting attorney will interact with staff and the public on a
daily basis in the courtroom and office. Coursework in
law school and/or related work experience should demonstrate a sincere interest
in family law
Admittance to the Indiana bar and a JD from an accredited
law school is required. Applicants
must also be admitted to the United States District Court for the Southern
District of Indiana or secure admission within 60 days of accepting the
Core responsibilities include but
are not limited to: managing a caseload of 8,000 cases, covering the full range
of establishment, modification, and enforcement functions in the office and
legal questions from staff, participants, other agencies, and attorneys with
respect to the cases in the key split and child support issues generally.
Developing and maintaining collegial and effective relationships with all
staff, courts, private attorneys, public defenders, and other agencies;
honoring the Commitment to Civility as outlined in the Marion County local
and resumes should be submitted to Michael McGuire II, Assistant Supervisor
Child Support Division, at Michael.McGuire@indy.gov.
Our office is
always accepting applications. Qualified resumes are kept on file for
consideration as openings become available.
Job Title: Paralegal - Child Support Division
Minimum Starting Salary: $28,655.00
The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office Child Support Division is seeking customer service minded paralegals to work in a team environment assisting families with the collection of child support.
Minimum Requirements: Paralegal training or Bachelors degree preferred. Interested candidates must be a Marion County Resident or willing to become a Marion County Resident shortly after being hired. High School diploma or equivalency required.
Responsibilities: Interviewing individuals, preparing cases for court, locating individuals for service of process, and written and oral communication with individuals about his/her case.
Interested candidates may fax resume to (317) 327-1801 Attn: Doris Wilson or send e-mail to Doris.Wilson@indy.gov.
Job Title: Intake Paralegal - Child Support Division
Minimum Starting Salary: $28,655.00
The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office/Child Support Division
is seeking an efficient, problem solving, and multi-tasking Intake Paralegal to
work in a team environment interviewing custodial parents and non-custodial
parents in the establishment, modification, and enforcement of child support
pursuant to Federal and State Title IV-D laws.
Responsibilities: Interviewing custodial and non-custodial
parents during appointments, walk-ins and by telephone, creating and updating
cases, working appointment no show files, work transfer files, complete child
support worksheets, process mail, return phone calls, and assist the front desk
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have excellent
oral and written communications skills. Have
the ability to efficiently process information and utilize problem solving
skills. Time management skills are a must.
Candidate must be able to manage a large caseload, meet deadlines and work
effectively with a diverse group of people as a cooperative unit. An excellent attendance record required for
the position. Works well with the public and maintains a professional public
image. Must have adequate typing skills and pass a math skills test during the
interview process. A High school diploma or equivalent is required.
Paralegal certificate, college degree and/or related experience preferred. Interested candidates must be a Marion County
Resident or willing to become a Marion County Resident within six (6) months
from the date the position is accepted.
The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Interested candidates may fax resume to (317) 327-1801,
ATTN: Doris Wilson or send email to Doris.Wilson@indy.gov.
Title: Secretary - Domestic
Starting Salary: $12.63/hr.
Domestic Violence Unit Secretary’s function is to fulfill basic secretarial
duties to assist Deputy Prosecutors and Paralegals in the Domestic
Violence/Special Victims Unit.
Standards: Discovery material is to be redacted and forwarded to the
appropriate deputy prosecutor or paralegal within two (2) working days of their
receipt by the secretary. Secretaries must be proficient on Word, Excel,
PCMS and Outlook. They must also be knowledgeable of the printers,
copiers, scanners and fax machine. The Unit Secretary is responsible for
monitoring supplies in the copier/supply room on a regular basis and contacting
the person who orders supplies whenever supplies are needed. The secretary must
help distribute the supplies upon delivery. The secretary should assist in
keeping the copier/supply room clean. All work is to be completed in a
timely manner and a professional attitude shall be maintained at all times. The
secretary is responsible for sending out victim notification packets,
deposition letters/subpoenas and calling off witnesses. Closed files are to be
prepared for scanning and scanned.
Required: High School graduate or G.E.D.; good typing skills; familiarity
with computers and word processing. Good organization and prioritizing