If you are looking for an exciting and challenging career, this is the position for you! With a diverse and talented workforce of over 100,000 men and women, Justice leads the Nation in ensuring the protection of all Americans while preserving their constitutional freedoms. You will be part of a dedicated team helping to enforce Federal criminal and civil laws that protect life, liberty and the property of citizens.
The United States Attorneys Office is a great place to work. The Department of Justice ranked #5 out of 33 large Federal cabinet agencies and the Executive Office for United States Attorneys/United States Attorneys Offices ranked #55 out of 240 agency subcomponents in a study, "The Best Places to Work in the Federal Government, 2013 Ratings" published by the Partnership for Public Service. See www.bestplacestowork.org..
For more information on the Department of Justice and the United States Attorneys Offices, visit http://www.justice.gov/usao/.
As needed, additional positions may be filled using this announcement.
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If selected for this position, you will join a well-respected team responsible for providing services to crime victims and witnesses. Typical work assignments will include:
- Reviewing literature and research regarding new and developing victim issues and obtains information regarding new programs and services for victims of crime;
- Develops and maintains a library of resource materials for use by victims, witnesses, community organizations and district office staff;
- Represents the district on local, state and national task forces, committees and working groups regarding victim-witness issues;
- Coordinating with federal investigative agencies and AUSAs to identify cases with victims and obtain victim contact information in a timely manner;
- Responding to victim inquiries via phone, e-mail, letters and fax, assessing victim concerns, and determining program eligibility for victim-witness services;
- Providing information to victims on schedule changes, status of defendant's pleas, results of trial, whether a defendant is incarcerated and for how long, opportunities to address the court, and post-sentencing notification.
Responsibilities will increase and assignments will become more complex as your training and experience progress.
- Occasional Travel
- Travel - Intermittent