The Office of the State Attorney, 14th Judicial Circuit has approximately 120 employees which consist of Assistant State Attorneys, Investigators, Support Staff, Victim Advocates and Administrative personnel.  We believe our employees are our most valuable asset. While we may not currently have open positions, we will accept your application for consideration as vacancies occur.  Your application will be retained for one (1) year and you may be contacted for an interview during that period.

For current job openings, please see the People First jobs website at:

Direct Link – Assistant State Attorney (Experienced): STATE ATTORNEY’S OFFICE, 14TH CIRCUIT-ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY – 21000136

Direct Link – Assistant State Attorney (Entry-Level):  STATE ATTORNEY’S OFFICE, 14TH CIRCUIT-ASSISTANT STATE ATTORNEY – 21013624

Direct Link – Legal Assistant I (Bay County):  STATE ATTORNEY’S OFFICE, 14TH CIRCUIT- LEGAL ASSISTANT I – 21007094

Direct Link – Victim Advocate (Bay County): STATE ATTORNEY’S OFFICE, 14TH CIRCUIT- VICTIM ADVOCATE I – 21000365

How to Apply:

Please download the Employment Application and the Authorization to Release Information.

Upon completion, you may send the completed forms and cover letter to:

Office of the State Attorney
14th Judicial Circuit
Human Resources
P. O. Box 1040
Panama City, FL 32402



State Employment

As a full-time permanent staff member of the Office of the State Attorney, 14 th Judicial Circuit, you are a State employee, eligible for all State employee benefits. Personnel operations of the State Attorney’s Office are governed by the provisions of the Classification and Pay Plan of the Florida Prosecuting Attorneys Association. You are not a career service employee. Your employment is with an elected official (State Attorney) and you work at his will. Employees are not under the jurisdiction of civil service regulations.

The Office of State Attorney, 14 th Judicial Circuit is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, and complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 (FMLA).


Professional Conduct

Employees are held to a high standard of professional conduct, as outlined in the Office’s Policy Manual, including strict requirements relating to interaction with victims, witnesses, and the public in general.


Screening/Criminal Background Investigation/Fingerprints/Drug Testing

Prospective employees will be required to undergo criminal background investigation to include FCIC/NCIC, and must be fingerprinted. Candidates who have accepted a position with the Office are required to take a drug test prior to their hire date.