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Title

Probation Officer

County

Rush

Responsibilities

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

Qualifications

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Salary is based on Indiana Probation Officer pay scale depending on years of service as certified Probation Officer. 2021 starting pay: $36,334. Pay raises only for years of experience as an Indiana Probation Officer. See http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm

Apply Before

2021-02-11

To

Accepting applications until position is filled.

Submit Resume, Cover Letter and References to

Ashley Stevens, Director

Email

astevens@rushcounty.in.gov

Street

131 E 1st Street

City

Rushville

State

IN

Zip

46173

 

Title

Probation Officer

County

Wabash County Court Services

Responsibilities

Responsible for carrying out the supervision of individuals ordered to community supervision by the Wabash Circuit and Superior Courts. Will comply with best practices standards and will meet core competencies of an Indiana Probation Officer.

Qualifications

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

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Rate according to the Salary Schedule for Probation Officers found at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm

Apply Before

2021-02-14

To

Sarah Lochner, Director of Court Services
Wabash County Court Services

Email

slochner@wabashcounty.in.gov

Street

91 W Hill Street

City

Wabash

State

IN

Zip

46992

 

Title

Adult Probation Officer

County

Tippecanoe County

Responsibilities

Supervises, meets, and monitors assigned probationers, including reviewing, providing written rules and signing probation agreement with clients, and visiting at home and work sites. Performs drug screens as necessary. Monitors probationers payment of required fees, such as fines, court costs, restitution and child support. Maintains current, accurate case files, including classifying offenders according to risk, recording probationer's character, attitude, behavior and compliance with probation conditions, and preparing and processing various documents. Assists in preparing statistical and other reports as required. Conducts presentence investigations and writes comprehensive reports for court, including researching legal and social history, interviewing offenders and crime victims, and making sentencing recommendations. Notifies court of probation violations, attends hearings, and testifies/makes recommendations in court proceedings and/or to other officials as required. Cooperates with public/private community service agencies and individuals in assisting probationers in obtaining treatment and/or services as needed. Transfers supervision of offenders to other jurisdictions as requested, and supervises offenders transferred from other jurisdictions as assigned. Periodically assists in answering phones, providing information, taking messages or directing caller to appropriate department or individual. Maintains current knowledge of applicable local, state and federal rules/regulations, new developments, technology and trends in the field of probation by reading professional publications and periodically attending seminars and conferences. Serves as court representative on various task forces, committees, and/or teams as assigned and/or requested. Periodically prepares and makes public speaking presentations to community groups as assigned. May coordinate special areas of assistance to department personnel, such as computer network management or health care issues. Performs related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Rate according to the Salary Schedule for Probation Officers found at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm

Apply Before

2021-02-15

To

David Hullinger


All applications must be submitted online at: https://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/CareerHome.action?clientId=8a37238f44d3a1ed0144e0ad90c71258

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Title

Adult Probation Officer

County

Starke

Responsibilities

Position is responsible for direct client supervision of adult individuals on Probation through Starke Circuit Court. The following are essential tasks, but are not limited to the following: Candidate must be capable of supervising adult caseload, conducting risk assessments, develop case plans, attend required Court hearings and conducting pre-sentence investigation reports.

Qualifications

A Bachelor Degree from an accredited institution, shall be at least twenty-one (21) years of age, an American Citizen, shall take and pass an examination for prospective probation officers within six (6) months from hire date. Additionally, candidate must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, ability to work with a team and independently and meet strict deadlines.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Based upon the approved Indiana Salary Schedule for Probation Officers found at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm

Apply Before

2021-03-02

To

All Applicants must submit a Resume, Cover Letter and Minimum of four (4) references via email or standard mail to:

Shawn Mattraw - Director of Court Services, Starke Circuit Court

Email

cphillips@co.starke.in.us

Street

108 N. Pearl Street

City

Knox

State

IN

Zip

46534

 

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