Careers & Internships

The Brunswick Judicial Circuit is comprised of five counties in Southeast Georgia: Camden, Glynn, Appling, Jeff Davis and Wayne Counties.  Conveniently located along the coastline, residents are treated to a much slower pace of life.

Those interested in applying for positions should send resumes and cover letters to: Barbara Baucum at bbaucum@pacga.org.

Law internships in the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office provide a unique opportunity to learn about the criminal justice system.  Summer collegiate internships can be very competitive. Collegiate students interested in a fast-paced environment should send resumes and cover letters to: Barbara Baucum at bbaucum@pacga.org.

If you are a social worker, criminal justice major, or pre-law major looking for an internship, consider volunteering with the District Attorney’s Victim-Witness Assistance Program (VWAP).  You can help victims, gain on-the-job experience and possibly earn course credit.  To inquire, please email Yolanda Richardson at yrichardson@pacga.org.

Community volunteers are the backbone of the Victim-Witness Assistance Program (VWAP).  If you are interested in volunteering, download our VWAP Volunteer Application Packet or contact Yolanda Richardson at yrichardson@pacga.org  


Current Openings


Victim Advocate (Posted 2/02/23)

The Brunswick District Attorney’s Office is currently accepting resumes/applications for a Victim Advocate. The position is located in the Brunswick Judicial Circuit in the Glynn County District Attorney’s Office

The advocate will work closely with victims of felonies to guide them through the Victim/Witness Advocacy Program. This position is specifically charged with coordinating efforts to serve felony victims of crime from the time of arrest until warrants are bound over to Superior Court.

Responsibilities include: Assist Criminal Justice Coordinating Council in the distribution of information concerning the Crime Victims’ Compensation Program to the community. Assist with compensation claims, victim impact statements and advising of available resources based on the Victim Bill of Rights. Serve as the primary compensation advocate for Judicial Circuit. Ensure all applications are submitted via the VICS public portal, including required police or investigative report, warrant, and/or indictment. Monitor all incomplete applications and assist with getting requested information and documentation. Provide referral information and assistance to victims regarding the criminal justice system, victim’s compensation, restitution, counseling services, emergency shelter, and area support groups for victims of homicide, sexual assault, family violence.

Applicant should have a knowledge and level of competency commonly associated or equal to an undergraduate degree in fields of study such as criminal justice, human services, paralegal studies or related fields. Superior customer service skills, positive attitude, personal responsibility and a strong sense of responsibility to the community at large is preferred. Complete necessary training within first six months of employment (Victim’s Assistance Training –VAT- on line) and other training as provided and made available. Attend at least eight (8) hours victim assistance training annually, including victim’s compensation training approved by the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council within six months of employment. All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

Preferred Qualifications: Written and oral communication skills, as well as computer and telephone skills, interacting with various agency representatives, law enforcement representatives and victims of crime. Working knowledge of the criminal justice system and the impact of crime on victims. Word-processing, using databases, spreadsheets, the Internet & email, designing web pages, etc.

The Brunswick Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Salary: $37,440.00

Contact Number: 912-554-7209

Submit resume and cover letter to:

Email:bbaucum@pacga.org


Legal Assistant (Posted 12/09/22)

The Brunswick District Attorney’s Office is currently accepting resumes/applications for a Legal Assistant in the Brunswick Judicial Circuit in the Glynn County District Attorney’s Office. The principal function of an employee in this class is to perform a variety of standard, technical clerical and administrative legal support duties for the Drug Court Light Track. The work is performed under the supervision of the Drug Court Administrator, but some leeway may be granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. Employee works under closer supervision when performing more advanced tasks. The nature of the work performed requires that an employee in this class establish and maintain effective working relationships with the Drug Court Evaluator, Clinician, court personnel  and the general public. The principal duties of this class are performed in a general office environment and in the court environment. This position is funded under ARPA for a period of 2 years with the possibility of continuation.

Responsibilities include: 

–  Provides administrative support and works directly with Drug Court Evaluator, Clinician, DA Office Manager and Drug Court Administrator.
–  Provides administrative support to key departmental personnel in relation to technical program requirements and prepares specialized reports as required.

– Researches information to complete legal documents and prepare legal descriptions, agreements, legal drafts, letters, reports, summaries and correspondence;
–  Finalizes information/documents upon approval and maintain copies for department file and submits to appropriate parties;
–  Creates and maintains legal files; enters information into department database; updates database; attends court calendars;
–  Performs a variety of administrative duties; answers phone, greets clients and visitors, provides assistance.

 Minimum Qualifications: must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent. At least two (4) years of experience performing a variety of legal administrative assistance or legal secretarial duties; or any combination of experience and training which provides the equivalent scope of knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the work.

All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.

Preferred Qualifications: Written and oral communication skills, as well as computer and telephone skills, interacting with various agency representatives, law enforcement representatives and victims of crime. Working knowledge of the criminal justice system. Word-processing, using databases, spreadsheets, the Internet & email.

The Brunswick Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities.

Salary: $40,000.00

Contact Number: 912-554-7209

Submit resume and cover letter to:

Email:bbaucum@pacga.org

Email:bbaucum@pacga.org


Legal Assistant (Posted 01/04/23)

The Brunswick District Attorney’s Office is currently accepting resumes/applications for a Legal Assistant in the Brunswick Judicial Circuit in the Wayne County District Attorney’s Office in Jesup. The principal function of an employee in this class is to perform a variety of standard, technical clerical and administrative legal support duties for Assistant District Attorneys (ADAs). The work is performed under the immediate supervision of an assigned ADA, but some leeway may be granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. Employee works under closer supervision when performing more advanced tasks. The nature of the work performed requires that an employee in this class establish and maintain effective working relationships with assigned ADA, other attorneys, Victim Advocates and the general public. The principal duties of this class are performed in a general office environment and on occasion in the court environment.  

Responsibilities include:   

Provides administrative support and works directly with Assistant District Attorney’s and Investigators;• Receives legal documents and requests such as; subpoenas, warrants, motions, discovery to review and record/incorporate with related legal documents and/or compile with related case/file information;• Researches information to complete legal documents and prepare legal descriptions, agreements, legal drafts, letters, reports, summaries and correspondence;• Finalizes information/documents upon approval and maintain copies for department file and submits to appropriate parties;• Creates and maintains legal files; enters information into department database; updates database; attends court calendars;• Performs a variety of administrative duties; answers phone, greets clients and visitors, provides assistance. 

 Minimum Qualifications: must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or its recognized equivalent. At least two (2) years of experience performing a variety of legal administrative assistance or legal secretarial duties; or any combination of experience and training which provides the equivalent scope of knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to perform the work. 

All candidates are subject to a background check. Applicants selected for hire will be subject to fingerprinting, a criminal history background check, a motor vehicle driver’s history check and pre-employment drug screening; employment is contingent upon the completion and satisfactory results of each investigation.  

Preferred Qualifications: Written and oral communication skills, as well as computer and telephone skills, interacting with various agency representatives, law enforcement representatives and victims of crime. Working knowledge of the criminal justice system and the impact of crime on victims. Word-processing, using databases, spreadsheets, the Internet & email. 

The Brunswick Judicial Circuit is an equal employment opportunity employer and in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. 

Salary: $32,000 – $35,000 

Contact Number: 912-554-7209 

Submit resume and cover letter to: 

Email:bbaucum@pacga.org 


Open Records Act Request: Pursuant to O.C.G.A. 50-18-71(b)(2), the Open Records Officer for the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office is Cathy Browning. Written requests should be submitted to her via email at cbrowning@pacga.org or by mail to the Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office, Attention: Cathy Browning, 210 E. 4th St., Woodbine, GA 31569.
Media Policy: The Brunswick Judicial Circuit District Attorney aims to scrupulously follow the Georgia Rules of Professional Conduct. The office is not ethically allowed to answer many questions posed by reporters, whatever the journalistic merit. The office cannot, for example, discuss an accused party’s criminal history or speculate about the impact of a particular piece of evidence. These rules are in place to ensure a defendant’s rights to a fair trial and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty.