Notice of Employment Opportunity
Position: Investigator for the District Attorney’s Office – half grant funded
Advise law enforcement on criminal investigations.
Prepare cases and appear at all stages of investigation and trial to include Grand Jury and Pretrial hearings.
Confer with law enforcement agencies, victims and witnesses in regards to felony criminal cases.
Provide personal security and escort.
Visit crime scenes when necessary.
Draft and prepare search warrants for law enforcement.
Assist clerical staff as needed.
Manage Grant Requirements
Additional training as required
Compile statistical reports and/or utilize the computer to process, retrieve and disseminate information.
Perform other duties as may be assigned. Is expected to be in the office from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., unless on other assigned duties.
Will be “on call” 24 hrs / day, 365 days a year.
Must be able to speak Conversational Spanish
Possess a valid TCOLE License
Possess a valid Driver’s License
Be able to run while wearing a ballistic vest
Carry 100 lbs over 50 meters
Administer complex paperwork, including grant documents
Read and write Spanish
Minimum 5 years law enforcement with 2 years Investigative experience
Advanced or Master Peace Officer License
Application Deadline: Open until filled
Work to Begin: JULY 1, 2020
Salary: Up to $52,500, depending upon qualifications, benefits as provided by Kleberg County.
Qualified individuals may apply by filling out an application and returning it to the Kleberg/Kenedy Counties District Attorney’s Office. Call or email Linda Murphy (361/595-8544 and [email protected]) to get a copy of the application. Recommendations accepted, but not required.
Kleberg County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
All employees are expected to conform to the employment policies of Kleberg County and the District Attorney’s Office.