ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY
Attorneys of all experience levels are welcome to apply. However, if you are a newer attorney looking for courtroom experience and experience with all types of cases, look no further than the Clare County Prosecutor’s Office. Based upon the chosen applicant’s experience and comfort level, the chosen attorney would have their own felony level caseload within the first 6 months to a year with the office.
If you do not live near Clare County, consider relocating. Clare County is the perfect place with small town charm and big adventure. With 20 lakes in 20 minutes, there is an abundance of boating, kayaking, canoeing, and year round fishing. Clare County has a multitude of trailheads for hiking, biking, horseback riding or off road vehicle use, summer and winter. Clare County has a long tradition of hunting, downhill and cross country skiing and golf. If you crave the arts or enjoy concerts – Midland Center for the Arts and Soaring Eagle casino are less than an hour drive away.
Duties: Works under the direct supervision of the Prosecuting Attorney and Chief Assistant Prosecutor. Performs a variety of legal tasks associated with the position. These tasks include, but are not limited to, motion practice, warrant review and charge decisions, jury trials, plea negotiations, search warrant review, and legal research. Depending on experience level cases may be assigned in District, Circuit, and Family courts. Performs all other duties as assigned.
Requirements: Must be a licensed member of the Michigan State Bar Association in good standing.
Financial Info: $68,250.00, plus a $33,000 benefit package including MERS pension, life insurance, dental, vision, and excellent health care insurance with minimum co-pays
**This is an ARPA funded position through 2026**
Deadline: Open until filled
Please send: (1) Cover Letter; (2) Resume; (3) Short Writing Sample; and (4) References to:
Michelle Ambrozaitis, Prosecuting Attorney
CLARE COUNTY IS AN EQUAL AND DISABILITY OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER