|GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES
Applications for investigator positions throughout the State are screened and reviewed at our State Office. Please direct your cover letter, resume and references to the Chief Investigator John Gonglach at email@example.com when and if there are any posted openings.
The general hiring classification of Investigator is for entry-level and developing Investigators. Investigators at this level perform investigative work under supervision of more experienced investigators and attorneys. Investigators are expected to develop fundamental skills in their performance, and become proficient in managing all aspects of their assignments and caseload. Investigators must demonstrate an ability to successfully work with attorneys, clients, colleagues, and other legal professionals. Investigators must demonstrate compassion and desire to advocate on behalf of the poor.
General duties include the ability to learn and develop skills in organizing and preparing case files. Working on all phases of investigation for misdemeanor, juvenile, and felony cases, including but not limited to; interviewing, serving subpoenas, report writing, locating and collecting records, coordinating witnesses, and testifying. Investigator candidates should possess knowledge and implementation of digital audio and video recording devices, as well as use of other cameras, recorders, and standard computer and office equipment, measuring tools, maps, internet sources.
Qualified applicants must possess a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance, and access to a working vehicle. Positions in this class typically require a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in criminal justice, social sciences, or other degree directly related to the investigative field. The entry-level salary for Investigators is $4,007 per month
The Office of the Colorado State Public Defender is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, political affiliation or religion; nor does it discriminate against a qualified applicant or employee with a disability capable of performing the duties of his or her position.