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Title

Probation Officer

County

Marion

Responsibilities

Positions are available with the Adult Division and Juvenile Division.

- 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.

Salary enhancement for bi-lingual skills.

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

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Apply Before

2020-02-28

To

ProbationApplicants@indy.gov

Email

ProbationApplicants@indy.gov

Street

200 E. Washington Street, T-641

City

Indianapolis

State

IN

Zip

46204

 

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

2020-02-28

To

Sarah Lochner, Director of Court Services

Email

slochner@wabashcounty.in.gov

Street

City

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Home Detention Officer

County

Hendricks

Responsibilities

To provide supervision, surveillance, and response coverage of offenders placed on Home Detention, with the goals of community protection, risk reduction, and reduced recidivism. There will be emphasis on the use of evidence based practices. These duties are pursuant to the Orders of the Hendricks County Judges.

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

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

2020-02-28

To

All interested candidates can email resume and cover letter 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

Probation Officer

County

Wayne

Responsibilities

Full Job Description and qualifications available in this document

Online Application available at: https://www.co.wayne.in.us/web/jobs/index.php

Qualifications

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

$35,982.00 per the Probation Officer's Salary Schedule found at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm

Apply Before

2020-02-29

To

Kim Clauser

Email

phicks@co.wayne.in.us

Street

401 East Main Street

City

Richmond

State

IN

Zip

47374

 

Title

Problem Solving Court Coordinator

County

Madison

Responsibilities

Plan, implement, and monitor the day-to-day activities of the problem solving court program(s) to ensure compliance with key treatment court components and efficient and quality service to the target population.

Develop and implement a strategic plan that meets the long-term goals and objectives of the Madison County Judiciary and community and promotes program sustainability.

Interview and hire case managers and support staff. Manage, supervise, assign, and distribute work- load for PSC staff. Perform annual employee evaluations, maintain personnel records and authorize vacation, sick or personal days, recommend employment/termination to the Judge, and develop personnel policies, job descriptions, and training programs and materials. Ensure staff is appropriately trained and meeting training requirements as directed by the Indiana Office of Court Services.

Clinically manage and supervise the case management staff in the case management functions of the three PSC programs.

Schedule and coordinate PSC office coverage and schedules urine drug screening staff coverage.

Negotiate and monitor treatment and ancillary service contracts.

Serve as a liaison between the judiciary court personnel, county elected officials and staff, treatment providers, attorneys, members of the treatment court team, funding agencies, and community organizations.

Speak at public events, professional meetings or gatherings, schools or other forums.

Serve on committees or task forces as assigned by the Judge.

Gather, maintain, and synthesize statistical data regarding activity of the various problem solving courts and core stakeholder agencies for the purpose of process and outcome evaluation.

Oversee the case management database to ensure proper data submission and assure the completion of PSC surveys and help develop other methods of research and data collection to measure the effectiveness of the courts.

Research for potential and continued funding (grants/donations) for PSC operations.

Prepare and submit grant proposals/applications.

Ensure compliance with federal and State court grant requirements (internal and external).

Manage the PSC budget, including local, state and federal funding.

Coordinate and approve program expenditures.

Annually review and revise the PSC Policy and Procedure Manual and the Participant Manual for each problem solving court program.

Develop and revise PSC forms and publications for each problem solving court program

Complete all reporting required by the Indiana Office of Court Services, the Indiana Department of Corrections and the State of Indiana, and any other governmental entity.

Initiate certification review by the Indiana Office of Court Services through notification and application. Also coordinate the survey/review process.

Purchase equipment and supplies for PSC, authorizing, after consultation with the judge, the purchase/lease contracts for major equipment; evaluate space and equipment requirements and oversee proper control, records inventory, care maintenance and custody of all court-owned equipment.

Assist the PSC Judge in resolving issues or problems relating to the PSC program.

Organize, attend, and participate in pre-court staffing, court hearings, conferences, meetings, and committees. Prepare agenda for weekly pre-court staffing.

Develop appropriate program brochures, literature, videos, websites, or press releases as approved by the Judge and court team.

Travel in and out of state to attend meetings, trainings, or conferences.

Coordinate field and collateral participant contacts to ensure participant compliance with program rules and court directives.

Manage participant urine drug screening processes to include forms, reporting, and purchasing materials.

Serve as superintendent of the screening building.

Serve as staff advisor to the MCPSC Alumni Group.

Qualifications

Requires a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in human services, business administration, public administration, criminal justice, or other related field or employed as a problem solving court coordinator before July 1, 2010.

Three years of progressively responsible related experience in human services, business administration, public or court administration, criminal justice or, any combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

Availability to work a full-time court schedule of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, with the flexibility to accommodate deviations from the standard workweek.

Possess a comprehensive working knowledge of all terminology, applicable laws, ordinances, policies, standards, and regulations pertaining to problem solving court programs including addiction; alcoholism; pharmacology; and cultural competency issues.

Detail-oriented with excellent organizational abilities including time management, workload prioritization, and record-keeping accuracy in accordance with court policies and/or governmental regulations.

Ability to identify problems, collect data, establish facts, draw valid conclusions, and create viable solutions based thereon.

Aptitude for basic mathematical and accounting principles.

Even temperament and strong interpersonal skills to effectively collaborate with community partners and work well with others in a team-oriented environment.

Effective oral communication skills and the capacity to exercise a high degree of tact, diplomacy, professionalism, and competence in dealing with a wide variety of people.

Superior writing skills with the versatility to accurately compose a variety of genres.

Ability to simultaneously perform multiple tasks, with minimal supervision, and make independent decisions based on experience, good judgment, and established court policies and procedures.

Discretion and sound judgment in working with sensitive information to maintain confidentiality.

Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Windows 10, with an aptitude for learning software programs related to various treatment court functions.

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

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

To Be Determined

Apply Before

2020-03-03

To

Please provide a cover letter, resume and three (3) references to
James F. Hunter, Madison County Court Administrator

Email

jhunter@madisoncounty.in.gov

Street

16 East 9th Street, Suite 417

City

Anderson

State

IN

Zip

46016

 

Title

Adult Probation Officer

County

Tippecanoe

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

2020-03-09

To

David Hullinger


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

Email

Street

City

Lafayette

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Director of Correctional Services

County

Grant

Responsibilities

Manages all employees of Correctional Services; hires, fires, acts on employee problems and disciplines employees, when necessary.

Develops and administers all policy and procedures.

Maintains, monitors, and modifies all programming components including Adult Probation, Juvenile Probation, Drug and Reentry Courts, and Community Corrections.

Ensures the implementation of evidence-based practices including the 8 principles of effective interventions.

Oversees the assets/inventory of Correctional Services.

Interacts with local, state, and federal resources to obtain funding and services, and to remain abreast of developments in the field.

Develops and maintains budget and assures that standard bookkeeping policies are implemented.

Evaluates and coordinates staff training opportunities.

Conducts Correctional Services management staff meetings.

Serves as liaison between the Judges and the County Council and County Commissioners on matters regarding Correctional Services.

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice or related field with 10+ years' experience in corrections/criminal justice, three of which must be as a program/personnel manager.

Start Date: April, 2020

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Consistent with Minimum Salary Schedule for Chief Probation Officer with 16+ employees. (please see http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm)

Apply Before

2020-03-13

To

Send resumes and cover letters to:

Grant Circuit Court
Grant County Courthouse

Email

mspitzer@grantcounty.net

Street

101 East 4th Street

City

Marion

State

IN

Zip

46952

 

Title

Problem Solving Court Probation Officer/Case Manager

County

Floyd

Responsibilities

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

Qualifications

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Rate according to the Salary Schedule for Probation Officers found at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm Hire-In Pay Rate: $35,276.00 (Grant Funded)

Apply Before

2020-03-13

To

To Apply properly to this vacant position please have a detailed resume ready to fill out/attach and apply via the Floyd County Employment Portal at: https://www.floydcounty.in.gov/index.php/floyd-county-indiana-employment-opportunities

Email

Street

City

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Probation Officer (Adult and Juvenile)

County

Boone

Responsibilities

Candidate will be cross trained for adult and juvenile supervision.

Qualifications

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Salary Schedule according to years of experience

Apply Before

2020-03-15

To

Kari Ragsdale, CPO

Email

kragsdale@co.boone.in.us

Street

127 West Main St Suite 200

City

Lebanon

State

IN

Zip

46052

 

Title

Juvenile Probation Officer

County

Warrick

Responsibilities

Executing court orders, ensuring compliance with terms of probation, assisting the court, completing certain reports and tasks for the state of Indiana

Qualifications

Thorough knowledge of and ability to make practical application of local, state, and federal regulations, and standard policies, procedures, and legal terminology of criminal justice system. Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with co-workers, other county departments, attorneys, schools, community service agencies, etc. Ability to maintain current, accurate and organized filed. Make referral and reports. Ability to evaluate a youth and determine that youth's needs. Ability to provide expert testimony. Ability to work alone and with others. Ability to work on several tasks at the same time. Ability to work extended hours. Possession of valid driver's license.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

36,000-41,000.00

Apply Before

2020-03-20

To

Judge Greg Granger

Email

mbusing@warrickcounty.gov

Street

One County Square, Ste 360

City

Boonville

State

IN

Zip

47601

 

Title

Financial Audit Supervisor

County

State of Indiana

Responsibilities

The fiscal audit division is responsible for the technical assistance, collection, review, monitor budgetary changes, and reconciliation of the grant funds for each grant entity. In addition to the statements, as the Field Auditor, you will conduct an on-site fiscal audit to ensure that the council quietus matches all of our documents on file.

Qualifications

Must possess a certified public accountant (CPA) license in good standing

Full Details including essential duties, responsibilities, and qualifications online

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

This role traditionally hires at a base salary of $47,476.

Apply Before

2020-03-30

To

Email

Street

City

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Intake Officer

County

Wabash

Responsibilities

Responsible for managing, scheduling, and conducting intakes for probation and community corrections participants of multiple levels of supervision. Facilitates transports as needed. Maintains records and reports to Community Corrections Director.

Qualifications

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

Education

H.S./GED

Salary

$16.89 per hour, 25-29 hours available per week, resumes accepted until the position is filled

Apply Before

2020-03-31

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

 

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