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Employment Opportunities

The LGA, as a service to our members, posts notices of employment opportunities available in those localities and firms that are LGA members. The content of each announcement is supplied by the member, and any questions should be directed to the person identified in that announcement. Postings to the Employment Opportunity page will run for 30 days and then be deleted, unless we are instructed otherwise when the posting is requested. LGA members desiring to post an announcement in this section may send the announcement to Susan Custer. Employment opportunities are posted as they are received. If there are no postings, check back at a later date.

Loudoun County is seeking an attorney to join our Land Use Team.  The successful candidate will provide legal advice and counsel to County staff, the Board of Supervisors, the Planning Commission, and other advisory bodies in matters related to the review and processing of legislative applications (e.g., rezonings and special exceptions) and administrative land development applications (e.g., subdivisions and site plans), bonds management, interpretation of conservation easements, and interpretation and enforcement of the County’s development ordinances.  Responsibilities may include, among

The Office of the City Attorney, legal counsel to the City of Alexandria, is accepting applications for a permanent full-time position of Assistant City Attorney II. This attorney has responsibility to act as counsel for several City departments and offices. This position will represent the Health Department and assist in representation of the Department of Community & Human Services (DCHS) in a wide range of matters, including child welfare proceedings.

The City of Hopewell is seeking a City Attorney. Under the appointment of City Council, the City Attorney performs work of considerable difficulty in protecting the legal interests of the City, and serves as the chief legal advisor to Council and City Manager. As designated by Council, the City Attorney also serves as the chief legal advisor to other departments, boards, commissions and agencies of the City in all matters affecting the interests of the City.

The City of Hampton is seeking an assistant city attorney to provide a wide range of professional legal services to all City departments, various boards and commissions, City Council and Constitutional Officers under the general supervision of the Senior Deputy City Attorney of the Litigation Team and the City Attorney. Technical or functional support may be provided to clerical staff.

Prince William County Schools is seeking its Division Counsel, an in-house chief legal counsel that reports to the PWC School Board. The position is open until filled.

Essential Responsibilities: