Job Detail

Summer Intern

4/21/2017 10:29:40 AM



PAY:  $10.00/hour


GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:  The intern will assist with projects and tasks to support the Office of the District Attorney.  


SUPERVISION RECEIVED:  Reports to the Director of Operations




DISTINGUISHING FEATURES:  This internship focuses on operations, central services, clerical, and other administrative responsibilities for the District Attorney’s Office, 18th Judicial District.


EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:  The following essential job functions and examples of duties are illustrative only and are not intended to be all inclusive; positions assigned to this class may not perform all of the duties listed:

  • Docket Pulls

  • Filing

  • Data entry

  • Perform other clerical tasks

  • Scanning



Candidates should be undergraduate students with an interest in criminal justice, human resources, and/or public relations.  The ideal candidate will have the following skills and characteristics:

  • Detail-oriented – Intern will be assigned projects that require a strong attention to facts and specifics.  Critical reading and writing will be necessary skills.

  • Strong communicator and multi-tasker – The office is a dynamic environment where many items can be happening at once.  An ability to be articulate under pressure and juggle multiple tasks at a time is critical.

  • Professional – With the nature of the office, professionalism in demeanor and discretion will be paramount.

  • Self-starter and can see projects to completion with little supervision.

  • An eagerness to learn about the criminal justice system and administrative responsibilities.


EDUCATION:  Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student.


EXPERIENCE:  Previous experience in an office environment would be beneficial but is not required.


COMPLEXITY/RESPONSIBILITY:  Interns are responsible for projects and tasks as assigned.   They must be able to make a commitment of twenty (20) hours per week starting in June and ending in August.


SCOPE OF INTERPERSONAL CONTACTS:  Contacts with office staff and parties involved in the justice system.


WORK ENVIRONMENT:  Work is generally confined to a standard office environment and requires no more than normal physical abilities.



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The Office of the District Attorney is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

It is the ongoing policy and practice of the Office of the District Attorney, 18th Judicial District of Colorado (District Attorney) to provide equal opportunity in employment to all employees and applicants. No person shall be discriminated against in any condition of employment because of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability. This policy of equal employment opportunity shall apply to all terms, condition and privileges of employment, including hiring, testing, training and development, promotion, transfer, compensation, benefits, educational assistance, discipline, termination, layoffs, and social and recreation programs. The District Attorney is committed to making employment decisions based on valid requirements and will analyze our personnel actions rigorously to ensure compliance with this policy.

The District Attorney personally endorses this program and asks staff for continued assistance and support in maintaining an environment that reflects the Office's commitment to equal employment opportunity. All personnel with responsibility for employment and personnel decisions are directed to perform their duties in accordance with this policy.