Career Opportunities

Thank you for your interest in joining the Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office, which is committed to the open and balanced administration of justice—one that honors and respects diversity in all of its forms.

This office can have a variety of employment opportunities at any given time. Please review the descriptions below for more information about each opportunity and how to apply.


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District Attorney Investigator

The Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of District Attorney Investigator.

As a District Attorney Investigator, you will join a team of dynamic individuals with a commitment to justice by providing investigative support to the District Attorney’s Office by assisting Deputy District Attorney’s in the prosecution of criminal and civil cases in the adult and juvenile systems of the District Attorney’s Office.

Please read more about this opportunity and apply via this link.


Deputy District Attorneys

The Multnomah County DA’s Office has intermittent openings for Level I Deputy District Attorneys.

Interested applicants are encouraged to apply without delay. Primary duties include: reviewing police reports and evidence to make an informed charging decision in a wide variety of misdemeanor criminal offenses; advising law enforcement and community members regarding legal questions and procedures; preparing misdemeanor cases for trial including developing a trial strategy, preparing witnesses and drafting legal motions and memoranda; participation in case negotiations with defense counsel; appearing in court and representing the State of Oregon in arraignments, all phases of trial, entries of plea, sentencing hearings and probation violation hearings.


Certified Law Students
The DA’s Office employs Certified Law Students during the school year and the summer between the second and third years of law school. Participating law students must be certified to appear in court through the Law Student Appearance Program, which is described in detail in Rules 13.05 to 13.30 of the Rules for Admission of Attorneys in Oregon.


If you have specific questions about career opportunities within the District Attorney’s Office, please contact Jamila Williams by email.