Deputy District Attorneys

The following is an example of a qualified / professional Deputy District Attorneys resume sample(s). These resume examples uses an integration resume layout. The Resume initiates with the applicants qualification profile, outlining key-qualifications for Attorney job field.

Then, the candidate has an outline of their full work experience (employment history) in sequential order with employment dates on file.

Next is the Educational background, listed in descending order (most recent first). It then moves onto the Professional Background, highlighting skills separated into professional & personal skills.

And lastly, Certifications/Licenses that the candidate it involved with. Then a final part displays any other additional information that the candidate want it to be listed.

Resume Example for Deputy District Attorneys


Pahrump, NV

Authorized to work in the US for any employer

Work Experience

Deputy District Attorneys


2006 to Present

2006 – Present (40 hrs wk) Vanessa Maxfield (775)751-7080 
Six months as a file clerk managing the front desk and maintaining files for open and closed criminal cases; currently an executive legal secretary III assigned to multiple Deputy District Attorneys. 
As an executive legal secretary I divide my time between processing court files, drafting/editing documents for court, subpoenaing witnesses and scheduling meetings and interviews as necessary, reviewing case files, assisting in trial preparations as required by Justice, District and Supreme Courts. I’ve been both the lead secretary and worked in a team capacity on high profile cases involving a variety of witnesses requiring intricate scheduling and handling in order to organize an efficient trial. As a “lead” secretary I’m responsible for assisting in the writing and maintenance of policies and a procedure manual, secretarial staff evaluations and training.

Kennel Attendant


1999 to 2006

supervising inmate workers and handling all adoption processes, maintaining the kennels and animals, and euthanizing animals under the direct supervision of Retired Sergeant Mark Medina; five years as Dispatcher, including a Field Training Officer. 
As a Kennel Attendant I exercised small business management skills including money management, supervising volunteers (public and inmates), scheduling with outside contractor for veterinary services as required by local and state laws, public relations when dealing with a variety of animal control related issues such as euthanasia numbers, and served as a euthanasia technician. 
As a Dispatcher I focused on multi-tasking, stress management for the caller as well as my co-workers and myself, communications on the phone with a variety of people in varying state of distress including crime victims and medical patients, performed data entry, effortlessly handled radio and phone communications on multiple phone lines and radio channels, conducted professional interactions via teletype or telephone with outside agencies, was certified in EMD and NCIC, and became Field Training Officer supervising in the training of new dispatchers.

Chiropractic Assistant


1998 to 1999

My responsibilities included providing physical therapy for patients through use of manual and electronic stimulation of muscles through pressure points and massage; helping manage patient files by recording treatment in patient files.

Tour Guide / Cashier / Bar Tender


August 1998 to October 1998

Accounts Payable / Payroll / Purchase Order Management / Ordering / Customer Service / Receptionist


February 1998 to August 1998

Feb 1998 – Aug 1998 (40+ hrs wk) Rosie Cline (303)286-8500 
Accounts Payable / Payroll / Purchase Order Management / Ordering / Customer Service / Receptionist. My responsibilities included maintaining good relations with concrete and aggregate vendors through ordering and paying accounts, managing purchase orders for different contracts and later through accounts payable, Payroll clerk for more than 60 employees on multi-pay level jobs, answering incoming calls and managing the front desk.

Accounting Clerk


Salt Lake City, UT

September 1997 to February 1998

40 hrs wk) 
Accounting Department. General accounts payable for stores nationwide at corporate office. Responsibilities included helping to create specialized position acting between stores and individual vendors to assist in customer relations and problem accounts with daily e-mail and telephone relations.

Accounts Payable / Payroll / Switchboard Operator / Herreshoff Operator


September 1992 to June 1997

Sep 1992 – June 1997 (40 hrs wk) Paul Pace (775)285-2601 
Accounts Payable / Payroll / Switchboard Operator / Herreshoff Operator. Responsibilities for paying due and past due accounts, general ledger accounting, working with outside companies to verify billing, recording inventory on a monthly basis for a manufacturing plant, processing payroll for in excess of 100 employees and general office computer system training and management of programs. In the mine responsibilities included operating two fourteen hearth furnaces to refine and process magnesite.


TRAINING (10+ years), DISPATCHER (7 years), LEADERSHIP SKILLS (Less than 1 year)

Additional Information

Skills & Abilities 
My introduction to Nye County in 1999 came at a scandalous time which I turned into an education in adversity, diversity, overcoming challenges, integrity and perceptiveness. I proved my ability to handle adversity and challenges beyond my control while I focused my efforts on being a valuable asset and elevating the reputation of the facility during the ACO/ketamine scandal and investigations of 2000. As a dispatcher it is vital to evaluate verbal, written and visual information to successfully extrapolate the facts and communicate that to field agencies. These matters must have determinations rendered that are well thought out, expeditious with full consideration to rights, law and procedures in emergency and non-emergency situations. I have been trained by this county to make quick, educated and well planned decisions based on the facts in front of me and documented training procedures. 
I have a proven talent to breach gaps between the departments, mend broken fences and work cohesively interdepartmentally and with outside agencies. This talent and camaraderie helped me to excel at learning and incorporating legal and court procedures not only into my daily job duties but my thought processes until it became a routing part of my logic and reasoning skills. I’ve cultivated diplomacy, communication, objectivity and most importantly leadership skills which are critical to all professionals. These skills have caused me to be the “go to person” for other agencies when reaching out not only to the District Attorney’s office but to other agencies in our County. 
I have been described as decisive, fearless, take charge, enterprising, competitive, charismatic and very result oriented by peers and the public I am known amongst State agencies such as Nevada Department of Corrections, Nevada Highway Patrol and the Division of Parole and Probation for my reliable response time and tenacious nature to get things done with accuracy. I’ve nurtured a strong relationship with the Courts and am frequently sought out for my opinion on procedures because I’ve proven myself to be knowledgeable, forthright, and well-reasoned. I possess the rare added ability to think outside the box and be devil’s advocate to predict possible pitfalls or negative outcomes.