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Title

Chief Probation Officer

County

DeKalb

Responsibilities

Position Requirements:

Bachelor degree in criminal justice, human services or related area from an accredited College or University required. Indiana certification as a Probation Officer, with experience as a Probation Officer required. A Master's degree and Supervisory experience preferred.

Time Management skills are essential, along with having the ability to meet time sensitive deadlines.

The appointed individual shall possess the ability to comply with all employer and department policies and work rules including but not limited to attendance, safety, drug free workplace and personal conduct. Additionally, one shall effectively communicate orally and in writing with co-workers, other county departments, attorneys, community agencies, victims, probationers and their families and the public, including being sensitive to professional ethics, gender, cultural diversities and disabilities.

Responsibilities:

A successful candidate will be responsible for supervising and directing assigned personnel which may include interviewing, making hiring recommendations, planning/making work assignments, evaluating performance and making recommendations on personnel actions. Along with developing and implementing departmental policies and proceeds as well as maintaining a current knowledge of applicable local, state and federal rules/regulations, new developments, technology and trends in the field of probation.

The Chief Probation Officer will conduct pre-sentence investigations, reports for the court and attends court hearings as required. They will also conduct alcohol and drug assessments, supervise and assist probationers through completion of risk assessments, executing and ensuring compliance with terms of probation as well as conducting home visits, supervising drug testing and collecting DNA.

Furthermore, the Chief Probation Officer shall prepare and submit statistical and narrative reports, prepare the annual department budget along with all other related and/or duties as assigned.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, or veteran status.

Full Details in a PDF document.

Qualifications

Full Details in a PDF document.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Per Minimum Salary Schedule for Probation Officers

Apply Before

2018-05-01

To

Dotty S. Miller

Email

careers@co.dekalb.in.us

Street

100 South Main Street

City

AUBURN

State

IN

Zip

46706-2362

 

Title

Juvenile Probation Officer

County

Hendricks

Responsibilities

Supervision duties include, but are not limited to, all activities necessary for monitoring of activity, including monthly meetings with school administration to determine compliance with school policies, substance abuse referrals, urine screens paperwork, record keeping, fee collection, receiving and responding in a timely manner to all telephone, mail, and electronic mail correspondence and contacts, of offenders placed on probation. Supervision duties also include but are not limited to statutorily prescribed duties and requirements in the Indiana Code.

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.Y.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

H.S./GED

Salary

Per Minimum Salary Schedule for Probation Officers

Apply Before

2018-05-10

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

Marion

Responsibilities

- 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 Judicial Center 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.

Interested candidates who are pending graduation from college are welcome to apply.

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

Per Minimum Salary Schedule for Probation Officers

Apply Before

2018-05-31

To

ProbationApplicants@indy.gov

Email

ProbationApplicants@indy.gov

Street

City

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Probation Officer

County

Marion

Responsibilities

Positions are available with the Adult Division and Juvenil
e 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 and the Indiana Youth 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, schools, 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

***Applications are being accepted for those in their final semester of college pending graduation.

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

Per the Minimum Salary Schedule for Probation Officers

Apply Before

2018-06-01

To

ProbationApplicants@indy.gov

Email

ProbationApplicants@indy.gov

Street

City

Indianapolis

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Probation Officer

County

Wabash County

Responsibilities

Carry out supervision of Adult and/or Juvenile offenders for the Wabash County Circuit and Superior Courts; maintain detailed and accurate case notes and files, while utilizing evidence-based practices to best serve clients.
Complete EPICS and/or ECMS, Case Management, and Motivational Interview Training within first 18 months of employment.
Complete IRAS/IYAS Certification immediately upon hire.

See Full Details in a PDF document.


Qualifications

Indiana Probation Officers Minimum Qualifications:
1. A probation officer shall be at least twenty-one (21) years of age.
2. A probation officer shall be an American citizen.
3. A probation officer must hold a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.
4. A person who submits an application to take the examination for prospective probation officers shall be a person of good moral character.


See Full Details in a PDF document.


Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Per Minimum Salary Schedule for Probation Officers

Apply Before

2018-09-01

To

Sarah Lochner

Email

SLochner@wabashcounty.IN.gov

Street

91 W Hill Street

City

Wabash

State

IN

Zip

46992

 

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