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Attorneys | Support Staff | Students

The United States Attorney's Office for the District of North Dakota employs approximately 48 employees. Positions include Assistant United States Attorneys, paralegal specialists, legal assistants, victim-witness specialists, administrative employees, and student employees. Employment for all positions is contingent on proof of U.S. citizenship and the satisfactory completion of a background investigation. The investigation process includes a urinalysis to screen for illegal drug use, a fingerprint check, and a thorough review of the applicant's background.

It is the policy of the United States Attorney’s Offices (USAOs) and the Executive Office for United States Attorneys (EOUSA) to provide equal opportunity in employment on the basis of merit and to prohibit discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability (physical or mental), sexual orientation, or reprisal. (United States Attorneys' Manual section 3-5.000). The foregoing policy, which applies to employees, is also followed by this office regarding volunteer student interns.

Assistant United States Attorney Positions

Applications are accepted for attorney positions advertised through the the U.S. Department of Justice Attorney Vacancies (OARM) website.

Support Staff Positions

Applications for support positions are accepted as vacancies open. All vacancy announcements are advertised through the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (USAJobs) website. Requirements and experience vary depending on the advertised position, and those requirements will be specified in the vacancy announcement.

Student Staff Positions

This program offers temporary employment opportunities to students who are enrolled at least part-time in an accredited college or university, graduate, or professional or technical school. Announcements for these vacancies are posted with local universities and/or technical schools.

 

 

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