The Office of the State Attorney for the Ninth Judicial Circuit is represented by The Honorable Andrew A. Bain and serves Orange and Osceola counties in Central Florida. A culturally diverse community, the area is home to nearly 1.4 million residents and is a vacation destination for millions yearly. Our office is committed to making Orlando and the surrounding area a vibrant and safe place to live, work and play. The mission of the State Attorney’s Office for the Ninth Judicial Circuit is to promote public safety by using data-driven methods to hold offenders accountable, provide restorative justice for victims, and redirect children and people in need of services to build stronger, safer communities. We aim to achieve the highest standards of ethics and competence to promote a fair and equitable legal system. We are guided by the American Bar Association’s standards for the function of a prosecutor, with a particular emphasis on 3-1.2 (a), (b), (e), (f).
All open support and administrative positions for the Ninth Circuit State Attorney’s Office are posted on the People First Job Center. You may submit your application via People First. Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Completed applications, cover letter, and resume can be emailed to the Director of Human Resources, Tamra Crane at TCrane@sao9.org.
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