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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 pdo.employment@delaware.gov. 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).

Internships | Law Clerk Programs

OPEN POSITIONS


The Office of Defense Services’ Public Defender’s Office seeks a highly motivated and enthusiastic attorney to fill a casual/seasonal position in the Sussex County, Georgetown office. The attorney must be admitted to the Delaware Bar. Job duties will include violation of probation hearings, bail hearings, capias return hearings and other court calendars as needed. The attorney will be responsible for conducting court hearings independently gaining valuable knowledge and experience. The salary is $50.00 per hour for 29.75 hours per week. This position is not a full time state position and does not carry state benefits. Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter via email Denise.Matz@Delaware.gov or via fax to (302) 752-3357, Attention Denise Matz.  Application end date: 01/31/2020


The Office of Defense Services’ Public Defender’s Office seeks a highly motivated and enthusiastic attorney to fill a full time position in the New Castle County, Court of Common Pleas unit. The attorney must be admitted to the Delaware Bar. Job duties will include motions, case reviews, trials, violation of probation hearings, bail hearings, capias return hearings, and other court calendars as needed. The attorney will be responsible for handling all aspects of the case and is expected to conduct court hearings independently. The salary is commensurate with experienced and is based on the attorney salary matrix established by the Office of Management and Budget.  Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter via email Gerard.Spadaccini@delaware.gov.  Application end date: 12/20/19.

 

 


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