A Government Entity is seeking an Assistant State's Attorney to the Criminal Division. The Assistant State's Attorney provides legal expertise, guidance in procedural handling, and prosecutes criminal cases in the Kendall County State's Attorney's Office. The Assistant State's Attorney may support a specific jurisdictional area or prosecute specific crimes.

A minimum of a Juris doctor (J.D.) degree. Candidate must maintain a valid license to practice law in Illinois as well as zero (0) to three (3) years of experience with criminal prosecutions preferred, but not mandatory. Individuals who recently took the Bar Examination are encouraged to apply.