The Office of Defense Services (ODS) offers career opportunities for attorneys, paralegals, legal secretaries, investigators, social workers and information technology professionals. ODS fills jobs as they become vacant. For information about the ODS’ law clerk program and internships, please click on the links at the bottom of this section.
If you are interested in working at the ODS, please email a cover letter and resume to Donna Thomas at email@example.com. You may also FAX your cover letter and resume to Ms. Thomas at (302) 577-3995. ODS will send an electronic confirmation after your resume is received. ODS will keep your resume on file for 36 months. As positions become available, ODS will review your resume to see if you meet the requirements for the vacant position(s).
The Public Defender’s Office is seeking a highly motivated, organized, Masters Level clinician for a full time position in the New Castle County Forensic Specialist Unit.
The Forensic Social Specialist (formerly PFE) provides defense-based assessment, mitigation and treatment service referrals to Public Defender clients. The FSS will provide mitigation and support services to assist the attorneys in gathering background information, conducting evaluations, providing mitigation and implementing treatment and alternative sentencing plans. The FSS also provides client support and consultation within the context of the defense team.
The candidate must possess a Master’s Degree in a clinical field with strong writing, assessment and clinical skills. Duties include interviewing clients, family members, treatment providers and other involved personnel; gathering and reviewing records; coordinating with community based treatment providers and the criminal justice system; assisting with reentry efforts; writing mitigation reports and treatment plans for case resolution; and collaborating with attorneys as members of the defense team.
The position is a full time position. Salary is commensurate with experience. Interested candidates should send a resume, cover letter and writing sample, such as a biopsychosocial assessment, via email to Kerry Ferriter (Kerry.Ferriter@delaware.gov) or via fax to 302-577-1224; Attention Kerry Ferriter. The application deadline is July 19, 2019.