16 October 2023
Are you qualified, newly qualified, about to qualify as a Solicitor or Barrister? Are you driven and motivated to deliver a fair, independent and effective prosecution service on behalf of all the people of Ireland?
If the answer is yes to the above questions, this might just be the job for you.
Candidates must, on or before Monday 28 February 2024 be enrolled as a Solicitor in the State or have been called to the Bar. Candidates must also have, experience of practice (during training or post qualification) in one or more of the following areas, Criminal Regulatory or Enforcement Law, Administrative, Constitutional or European Law, Litigation and/or litigation involving public bodies and Employment Law. A history of delivering results effectively, in particular managing their caseload. A high level of interpersonal and communication skills with an awareness of how to deal with external stakeholders. Strong analytical and decision making skills. Experience of or aptitude to work in a computerised office environment, including the use of electronic case management systems or other ICT application used for legal practice.
The competition will be carried out in line with the codes of practice as published by the Commission for Public Service Appointments which are available at http://www.cpsa.ie/
For more information and to apply please see the Prosecutor’s Information Booklet.
Information on the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions is available here on this website.