Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion
We are committed to the recruitment, hiring, retention, and promotion of a diverse staff. We strive to create an inclusive environment that provides all employees an opportunity to advance their careers successfully. We believe our staff should reflect the community we serve which in turn results in a stronger office and one that pursues and projects fair-mindedness to all those coming into contact with the criminal justice system. Delaware County is enriched by its diverse population, and by embracing its diversity we strengthen our ability to carry out the mission of our office.
The Delaware County District Attorney’s Office serves the more than 550,000 residents of Delaware County and under the leadership of DA Jack Stollsteimer is becoming an incubator of innovative prosecutorial approaches – making this an especially exciting time to join the office. Working in a DA’s office provides a unique professional experience, and you will be given as much responsibility as you can handle. Our goal is to hire the best and most committed public servants.
Applications may be submitted online to First Assistant Tanner Rouse at [email protected]. To apply, submit a copy of your resume, transcript, a one-page personal statement explaining your interest in public service, a writing sample, and three professional or academic references.
Administrative positions are posted on the County’s website at https://delcopa.gov/employment/index.html
The office offers internship opportunities for undergraduates as well as law students. The intern program is designed to give students a first-hand view of what it is like to work in the Delaware County’s District Attorney’s Office. Undergraduate interns may conduct research on areas of law, investigate evidence in pending criminal cases, and assist in preparing cases for trial. All interns are invited to observe court hearings and trials. Interns are also invited to participate in policy discussions and policy development.
Interns can be assigned to work with Assistant District Attorneys in one or more of the following units/divisions: District Court, Juvenile, Diversion, Appeals, Special Investigations, Economic Crime, Gun Violence or the general Trial Division. Given the sensitive nature of the work, interns are expected to exercise excellent judgement in and out of the work place.
Interested applicants should send a letter of interest and a resume to Laurie Moore at [email protected]e.pa.us. If you are interested in an intern position in the Criminal Investigation Division, please send a letter of interest and your resume to Chief James Nolan at [email protected].
The DA’s Academy is open to law students who are interested in an opportunity to experience life in a District Attorney’s office. The program is designed primarily for first year law students, but is also open to students going into their second or third year of law...