I am thrilled to announce several exciting opportunities to join the dedicated team at the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office. As the District Attorney, I am committed to building a team of passionate and skilled professionals who share our vision for a fair and just criminal justice system.

At the Orleans Parish DA’s Office, we play a vital role in upholding justice and supporting those affected by crime. If you are someone who is driven by a sense of purpose, compassion, and a commitment to making a positive impact in our community, we invite you to consider joining our team.

Working with the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office means being part of a team that values integrity, empathy, and a relentless pursuit of justice. Join us in our mission to create a safer and more just community.

Thank you for considering a career with us. We look forward to welcoming passionate individuals who are ready to make a difference.

New hires could be eligible for:

1. Enrollment in the City of New Orleans health insurance plan:
– Access to comprehensive health coverage provided by the City of New Orleans.
– Coverage may include medical, dental, and vision services.
– Opportunities for coverage extend to eligible dependents, ensuring comprehensive health benefits for the employee and their family.
– The plan may offer various healthcare options, allowing employees to choose a plan that best suits their needs.

2. Enrollment in the state or local government retirement system:
– Eligibility for participation in the state or local government retirement system, providing a structured and secure retirement plan.
– Contributions made to the retirement system may be matched or supplemented by the employer, enhancing the overall retirement benefits.
– The retirement system may offer investment options, allowing employees to grow their retirement savings over time.
– Access to retirement planning resources and support to help employees make informed decisions about their financial future.

3. 6.44 hours of sick leave and no fewer than 6.44 hours of vacation leave per month:
– Allocation of 6.44 hours of sick leave per month, providing employees with necessary paid time off in case of illness or medical appointments.
– A minimum of 6.44 hours of vacation leave per month, allowing employees to take paid time off for personal and recreational purposes.
– Accumulation of sick and vacation leave may increase over time, providing employees with greater flexibility and a balance between work and personal life.
– Clear policies and procedures for requesting and utilizing sick and vacation leave, ensuring transparency and fairness in time-off management.

4. A generous holiday schedule:
– Access to a generous holiday schedule, providing designated days off for recognized public holidays.
– The holiday schedule may include a variety of national, state, and local holidays, allowing employees to celebrate and observe important occasions.
– Provision for additional compensation or time-off options for employees required to work on holidays.
– Clear communication of the holiday schedule in advance, allowing employees to plan and enjoy time with family and friends.

5. Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program:
– Eligibility for participation in the Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, aimed at helping employees manage and eventually forgive their federal student loans.
– The program may require a specified number of qualifying monthly payments while employed in public service.
– Qualifying employment in the public sector, such as working for the City of New Orleans, may contribute towards the loan forgiveness process.
– Support and guidance for navigating the program, ensuring employees can take advantage of this valuable financial assistance opportunity.

The Orleans Parish District Attorney’s Office (OPDA) is an equal opportunity employer. OPDA values a diverse workforce reflective of the communities that it serves. OPDA adheres to a policy of making employment decisions without regard to race, culture, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, marital status, caregiver status, prior record of arrest or conviction, citizenship, age, or disability. OPDA is committed to complying with all policies required by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972; Executive Order 11246, as amended; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.