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Title

Probation Officer

County

Marion

Responsibilities

Positions may be assigned to all areas of the agency including Pretrial Services, Juvenile Services or Adult Services. Position may include 2nd and 3rd shift schedules.

Serves at all times as an Officer of the Court and will be assigned a unit based on the needs of the department which include casework, presentence investigations/PDR writer, intake, and court team.

- Utilizes and administers the Indiana Risk Assessment System.
- Maintains appropriate communication with clients, legal representatives, treatment providers, placement agencies and other concerned persons.
- Reviews documents pertaining to legal and social history of clients.
- Completes court paperwork and correspondence as required.
- Testifies in court and makes appropriate recommendations.
- Conducts interviews with clients to inform them of legal requirements of supervision.
- Conducts field visits in compliance with the Indiana Office of Court Services contact standard requirements.
- Maintains collaboration between counselors, treatment agencies, public services agencies, placement agencies etc. as required.
- Adheres to all Policies & Procedures of the Marion Superior Court.
- Serves in other capacities and assignments as requested, required and/or directed by the Chief Probation Officer, while always adhering to the department's overall "team" philosophy and practice.

Qualifications

Minimum qualifications as required by the State of Indiana for a probation officer.

Marion County residency required within six (6) months of hire.

To apply, please send cover letter, resume and a copy of college transcript to ProbationApplicants@indy.gov

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Paid in Accordance with the Minimum Salary Schedule for Probation Officers for Indiana

Apply Before

2021-05-03

To

ProbationApplicants@indy.gov

Email

ProbationApplicants@indy.gov

Street

City

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Grant funded Probation Officer/Pre-Trial

County

Marshall

Responsibilities

Primary Responsibilities: include assisting the Courts with Pre-Trial intake procedures of adult arrestees including performing intake processes and assessing eligibility for pre-trial services. Assist the Courts with conducting the pre-trial IRAS/PAT and other assessment tools. Screens candidates for pre-trial release, determining eligibility and completing appropriate IRAS/PAT for determining supervision and risk levels of offenders. Makes recommendations regarding release based on the IRAS/PAT and evidence based findings in reports to the Court. Monitors and updates pre-trial release caseload, maintaining proper records, completing statistical reports regarding data collection, report findings to the Court and State Agencies. May be required to supervise a caseload of low-level misdemeanor offenders prior to sentencing. May be asked to conduct Pre-sentence Investigation Reports periodically.

Full Details including essential duties, responsibilities, website address for application, and qualifications in a Word document.

Qualifications

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

per grant based on 2yr salary scale

Apply Before

2021-05-12

To

Send application (found online at the address in the document linked above) with resume to James Bendy

Email

jimb@co.marshall.in.us

Street

112 W. Jefferson St.

City

Plymouth

State

IN

Zip

46563

 

Title

Adult Probation Officer

County

Porter

Responsibilities

Purpose of Position: To provide thorough presentence investigations and sentencing recommendations for individuals awaiting sentencing and to provide supervision for individuals placed on pretrial release or probation by using evidence-based practices with the goals of protecting the public, assisting victims, and reducing recidivism.

Qualifications

Full Details including essential duties, responsibilities, and qualifications in a Word document.




Resumes/applications accepted until position filled.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

The salary for this position is based upon the Minimum Salary Schedule for Probation Officers as established by the Judicial Conference of Indiana (schedule can be found http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm)

Apply Before

2021-05-26

To

Please submit a cover letter, resume, and Porter County Job Application (found at http://www.porterco.org/DocumentCenter/View/2839) to:
Melanie Golumbeck, Chief Probation Officer

Email

melanie.golumbeck@porterco.org

Street

Porter County Adult Probation Department
16 Lincolnway, Ste. 142

City

Valparaiso

State

IN

Zip

46383-5661

 

Title

Probation Supervisor-Juvenile Division

County

Elkhart

Responsibilities

Responsible for ensuring that quality probation services are being delivered to the community by providing supervision to Probation Officer and staff of the Juvenile Probation Division. The Probation Supervisor serves as a resource for Juvenile Probation Staff, and assumes the responsibility of Asst. Chief Probation Officer in their absence and acts as acting supervisor of the Division when both the Chief and Assistant Chief are absent. The Probation Supervisor serves as an employee of the Elkhart County Judiciary.

More Details including essential duties, responsibilities, and qualifications are in a PDF document.


Apply online at https://elkhartcounty.com/en/residents/careers/

Qualifications

Prefer five years experiences as Probation Officer.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Per Salary Schedule for Probation Officers (http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm)

Apply Before

2021-05-31

To

Justin Minder - Chief PO

Email

jminder@elkhartcounty.com

Street

117 N. Second Street

City

Goshen

State

IN

Zip

46526

 

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