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Title

Probation Services Consultant

County

Southeast Indiana Counties

Responsibilities

The Service Consultant for Delinquency Cases has professional experience in child welfare and/or juvenile delinquency systems and is responsible for reviewing and evaluating information to recommend service and placement interventions that are in the best interest of the child. The Service Consultant for Delinquency Cases serves in a consultative role as liaison between the Department of Child Services and local probation departments and courts.

Qualifications

Seven (7) years work experience in program coordination; development; implementation; or accredited college training in a related field.

Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology, Social Work or other related field
Advanced degree in a related field preferred
A Minimum of three years experience working in a child welfare agency, probation department, a department of correction agency or other closely related agency providing direct services to youth and their families
Extensive knowledge of juvenile probation policies, procedures and requirements preferred
Extensive knowledge of child welfare policies, procedures and requirements preferred
Basic knowledge of programs, principles and theories related to effective delinquency programs, services and placements as identified through evidence-based practice, research and evaluation
Basic knowledge of regional agencies that provide services to children and families
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Experience in reviewing or analyzing therapeutic programs for youth/families and/or developing or reviewing outcomes preferred
Excellent interpersonal skills
Successful fingerprint criminal history background check

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Apply Before

2019-01-17

To

Apply Online at State of Indiana HR

Questions:
Don Travis

Email

donald.travis@dcs.IN.gov

Street

City

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Adult Re Entry Coordinator

County

Veterans Court of Southern Indiana

Responsibilities

The Veterans Court of Southern Indiana has an opening for an Adult Re Entry Coordinator. Full Details in a PDF document.

Qualifications

Full Details in a PDF document.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

The salary is $35,000.

Apply Before

2019-01-18

To

Theresa Gahafer

Email

tgahafer@floydcounty.in.gov

Street

City

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Case Manager

County

Madison County

Responsibilities

The Community Justice Center of Madison County is seeking qualified candidates for the Community Transition Case Manager position. This position will serve as a Case Manager for the Community Transition Program and the Problem Solving Courts of Madison County. Full Details in a PDF document.

Qualifications

Full Details in a PDF document.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Apply Before

2019-01-18

To

please provide a letter of interest and a resume to Ann Roberts, Director of Community Justice Center,

Email

aroberts@madisoncounty.in.gov

Street

119 Jackson Street

City

Anderson

State

IN

Zip

46016

 

Title

Community Corrections Field Officer

County

Monroe Circuit Court

There are two openings for this job description.

Responsibilities

- Performs duties with the Community Alternative Supervision Program (home detention and day reporting programs).
- Job requires flexible, non-traditional work schedule including evenings and weekends. Will be "on call" via pager/cell phone.
- Serves as a field officer for field supervision of offenders who are granted Home Detention, Day Reporting or Problem Solving Court status.

Qualifications

Full Details in a PDF document.

Education

H.S./GED

Salary

Full time position with Monroe County Government fringe benefits.
Salary increases depending upon number of years of Monroe County Government experience.
2018:
Entry level: $29,319 (approx. $16.11/hour), plus fringe benefits.
After 1 year Monroe County Government experience $30,734 ($16.89/hour).
After 3 years Monroe County Government experience $32,150 ($17.66/hour).
After 8 years Monroe County Government experience $32,857 ($18.05/hour).
After 14 years Monroe County Government experience $33,565 ($18.44/hour).


Apply today, posting will be closed when the right candidate is hired.

Apply Before

2019-02-01

To

Send RESUME, COVER LETTER & Minimum SIX (6) REFERENCES TO:
Linda Brady, Chief Probation Officer

Email

lbrady@co.monroe.in.us

Street

Monroe Circuit Court Probation Department
214 West 7th Street, Suite 200

City

Bloomington

State

IN

Zip

47404

 

Title

Pre-trial Release Coordinator

County

Hendricks

Responsibilities

• Evaluate inmates in the Hendricks County Jail using an appropriate risk assessment tool, personal interview, and interview with Jail personnel, for the purpose of assisting the Court with appropriate release considerations. Field duties include, but are not limited to home visits, home and vehicle searches, employment verification, bar checks, and assisting law enforcement agencies as required.
• Verify: residency, type of residency: length of residency; employment; type of employment; length of employment; minor children in local schools; other contacts within the county; and serious medical conditions or needs.
• Use this information to prepare evaluations of inmates in a concise and timely manner for the Courts.
Full Details in a PDF document.

Qualifications

• Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited University, preferably in the Social Sciences.
• Probation Officer Certification from the Indiana Judicial Center.
• I.R.A.S certification from the Indiana Judicial Center and INcite compliance.
• I.D.A.C.S certification from the Indiana State Police.

Full Details in a PDF document.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

According to the Probation Officer Salary schedule at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm

Open until filled.

Apply Before

2019-02-02

To

Hendricks County Chief Probation Officer Susan Bentley

Email

sbentley@co.hendricks.in.us

Street

101 West Marion Street

City

Danville

State

IN

Zip

46122

 

Title

Field Team Coordinator/Pretrial Release Officer

County

Wabash County Court Services

Responsibilities

As a certified Indiana Probation Officer with Wabash County Court Services you are responsible for adhering to a culture of learning and growth in the field of community supervision with an agency committed to implementing evidence-based practices to drive behavior change. You will adhere to training schedules and on-going coaching from peers and supervisors throughout your career and will earn a minimum of 12 hours of continuing education every year which may require overnight travel.

Full Details including more responsibilities, qualifications, and information about Wabash County's culture in a PDF document.

Qualifications

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

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

Apply Before

2019-02-02

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

Legal Secretary/Receptionist

County

Monroe Circuit Court

Responsibilities

Answers telephone and greets office visitors, responding to inquiries, providing information and assistance, taking messages and/or directing caller to appropriate individual or department. Receives and distributes incoming mail.
Prepares and types a variety of legal documents for court, including, but not limited to, petitions, motions, orders, memos, and legal reports, submitting to Clerk of the Court for filing. Prepares and files warrants as directed and files legal documents in a timely manner.
Compiles daily notification of client arrests, securing police reports and forwarding to Probation Officers.
Performs office opening and closing procedures and records outgoing message for switchboard. Ensures that routine maintenance and upgrades are performed on switchboard software and hardware.


Full details in this PDF document

Qualifications

Previous legal secretary or court reporter experience preferred.

Must be at least 18 years of age.

Must possess and maintain valid Indiana driver's license. Must possess and maintain demonstrated safe driving record. Must have ability to use personal vehicle to conduct County business, including out of town trainings (mileage reimbursed at Monroe County rate). Must have and maintain reliable vehicle and appropriate vehicle insurance.

Knowledge of standard policies and practices of Monroe County legal process and probation system, with ability to determine appropriate Indiana Statute coding for related adult and juvenile offenses and apply appropriate procedures accordingly.

Education

H.S./GED

Salary

2018 Salary: Based on full time 35 hour work week
Entry $31,013 ($17.04/hour)
After 1 year Monroe County Government experience $32,525 ($17.87/hour).
After 3 years Monroe County Government experience $34,036 ($18.70/hour).
After 8 years Monroe County Government experience $34,792 ($19.12/hour)
After 14 years Monroe County Government experience $35,548 ($19.53/hour)
Full time position with Monroe County Government fringe benefits.

Apply today, posting will be closed when the right candidate is hired.

Apply Before

2019-03-01

To

Send RESUME, COVER LETTER & Minimum SIX (6) REFERENCES TO:
Linda Brady, Chief Probation Officer

Email

lbrady@co.monroe.in.us

Street

Probation Department
214 West 7th Street, Suite 200

City

Bloomington

State

IN

Zip

47404

 

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