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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 Adele MacLean. Employment opportunities are posted as they are received. If there are no postings, check back at a later date.

The Assistant County Attorney will perform high-quality professional work under the supervision of the Louisa County Attorney. The Louisa County Attorney is the Chief Legal Officer and Counsel to the County of Louisa, its Board of Supervisors, County Administration, County departments, authorities, boards and commissions (“County Clients”). The Louisa County Attorney reports directly to and is responsible to the Louisa County Board of Supervisors.


SALARY:  $65,332.00 - $84,122.00 Annually

OPENING DATE: 11/16/17 CLOSING DATE: Continuous


The City of Lynchburg is seeking a professional attorney to work in an office of five attorneys rendering legal services to the City. Applicants must be eligible to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The position requires graduation from an accredited law school and experience in the practice of law. Some experience in the area of municipal law would be helpful. Work is performed under the general supervision of the City Attorney. The salary range for the position is $53,518.40 to $98,987.20 annually, depending upon qualifications and experience.

Division Counsel, Office of Superintendent Fairfax, Virginia

Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS), the nation’s 10th largest school district, located in a suburban area just outside the nation’s capital, is seeking a dynamic individual to serve as the Staff Attorney in the Office of Superintendent. This individual serves as a junior level attorney for FCPS.

The historic City of Hopewell, located at the confluence of the Appomattox and James Rivers is seeking applications for the position of City Attorney. Minimum qualifications include graduation from an accredited law school, with admission to the Virginia State Bar and five to ten years of increasingly responsible experience in the practice of law. Past local government experience is desirable. Per the City Charter, the City Attorney shall be the chief legal advisor of the council and the chief administrative officer.