Employment Opportunities

Staff Attorney – Div D

The 22nd Judicial District Court of Louisiana seeks to hire a Staff Attorney reporting to Division D, Judge-Elect John Keller. Persons interested in applying for the position should request an application packet, which includes a position description and application form, from 22nd JDC Administration at 985-809-5301 or vicki@stpgov.org.

Submitted application packets must include l) a completed, sigred application form AND 2) a writing sample. Resumes may be submitted in addition to. but may not be substituted for a completed signed application form. Submissions must be made to the 22″d JDC administration, 701 N. Columbia Street, Room 3210, Covington, LA70433 or to npenton@stpgov.org. The position will remain open until filled.

Staff Attorney – Div F

The 22nd Judicial District Court of Louisiana seeks to hire a Staff Attorney reporting to Division F, Judge Vincent Lobello. Persons interested in applying for the position should request an application packet, which includes a position description and application form, from 22nd JDC Administration at 985-809-5301 or npenton@stpgov.org.

Submitted application packets must include 1) a completed, signed application form and 2) a writing sample. Resumes may be submitted in addition to, but may not be substituted for, a completed, signed application form. Submissions must be made to the 22nd JDC Administration, 701 N. Columbia Street, Room 3210, Covington, LA 70433 or to npenton@stpgov.org. This position is open until filled.

Court Reporter

The Twenty-Second Judicial District Court seeks a full-time certified court reporter for the Misdemeanor Court division. The court reporter serves at the judges’ discretion and reports to the Court Administrator. The Court requires a consummate professional who will record and transcribe, and maintain verbatim records of the judicial proceedings, in person and virtually. He/she is responsible for compliance with all applicable statutes, codal articles, court rules, and court rulings relative to the field of court reporting. He/she will maintain licensure/certification with the State of Louisiana as promulgated in Louisiana Administrative Code, Title 46, Part XXI and enforced by the Louisiana Board of Examiners of Certified Shorthand Reporters. Certified court reporters take a verbatim record of the proceedings; transcribe and certify such parts of the record as may be required by rule or order of the court; complete and file all requested transcripts on or before the transcript due date; and follow statutes and rate guidelines for billing. He/she will preserve and protect the court record by archiving proceedings as required by the court. This full-time position reports all court events for which they are assigned by the judges and Court Administration. Please send a resume and cover letter to amitchell@stpgov.org. Compensation will be commensurate with work duties assigned and prior experience.