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City of Brentwood, CA
Assistant City Attorney
Annual salary range: $147,291 to $179,033
The city offers a generous benefits package.
Filing Deadline: Friday, October 27, 2017
If you are interested in being part of a team that is firmly focused on building a legacy, we hope you will consider this outstanding career opportunity. The dynamic and scenically situated City of Brentwood (pop. 62,000), in eastern Contra Costa County, seeks an astute, experienced and collaborative Assistant City Attorney. This is an at-will position serving at the discretion of the City Attorney. Brentwood’s culture places a premium on trust and teamwork.
The ideal candidate will be an experienced, energetic, self-motivated, dependable, and highly ethical attorney with a proven track record for providing competent and practical legal advice on a range of municipal law topics with particular expertise in land use and real property. Candidates who bring experience in public contracting, agreement drafting, and a knowledge of personnel law will be favorably considered. The ideal candidate has the ability to forge professional relationships with elected and appointed officials and the skills to translate complex/technical information into understandable terms. A JD degree and at least four years of relevant public law experience required; a license to practice law in California is also required.
To be considered, please submit a résumé and cover letter with current salary information, and list of six work-related references to our website: https://secure.cpshr.us/escandidate/JobDetail?ID=277
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To view an online brochure for this position visit: www.cpshr.us/search
City of Brentwood website: www.brentwoodca.gov
The City of Brentwood, CA is an equal opportunity employer.
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