Assistant City Attorney

City of Livermore

Located in the Tri-Valley Region approximately 50 miles east of San Francisco with a diverse population of approximately 91,039 residents, Livermore is uniquely situated as the easternmost city in Alameda County and the gateway to the Central Valley. The City Attorney’s Office represents and advises the City Council, advisory body members, and all City officials and staff in matters of law related to City business. The City Attorney’s Office consists of four attorneys, the risk manager, and support staff. The City Attorney’s Office currently has one vacancy at the Assistant level. The ideal candidate is a dedicated professional who establishes positive working relationships with staff, department heads, elected officials, and the community. Candidates must possess a Juris Doctorate from an accredited law school and active membership in the California State Bar; possess at least five (5) years of experience in the practice of law, with at least two (2) years in California municipal law; must have some litigation and transactional experience; and, a California Class C Drivers’ License and a satisfactory driving record, as determined by the City. Experience providing advice and counseling in a wide variety of practice areas affecting City business is preferred. The monthly salary range for the Assistant City Attorney $12,524 ‐ $15,655. If you are interested in this exciting career opportunity, please visit our website at to apply online. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call Mr. Gary Phillips at: (916) 784-9080. Filing Deadline: January 3, 2020.

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