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Title

Probation Officer/Surveillance Officer

County

Steuben

Responsibilities

Serves as a Field Supervision Probation Officer for the Steuben County Probation Department as well as a Field Supervision Officer for the Northeast Indiana Community Corrections Department.

Qualifications

* Ability to successfully pass a written State exam.
* Ability to serve on 24-hour on-call and the ability to respond swiftly, rationally and decisively to emergencies as needed.
* Obtain and maintain State required certifications.
* Knowledge of evidence-based practices.
* Ability to complete the 40 hour ILEA Firearms Pre-Basic Course.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Per salary schedule for Probation Officers

Apply Before

2022-07-08

To

Pam Feller

Email

pfeller@co.steuben.in.us

Street

205 S. Martha, Suite 201

City

Angola

State

IN

Zip

46703

 

Title

Community Coordinator

County

Jefferson County

Responsibilities

•Coordinating meeting times and locations for Residential Treatment Center Subcommittee and Jail Chemical Addictions Program Subcommittee;
•Develops and maintains effective channels of communication with various community and support agencies, volunteer and service organizations and other correctional entities;
•Formulating and distributing meeting agendas and minutes to committee members;
•Gathering, distributing and maintaining necessary documentation on research findings, reports, and communication among collaborative entities;
•Assist in the collection of data to evaluate the effectiveness of programming utilized and its impact on recidivism and to develop improved methods if indicated;
•Identify gaps in services;
•Ensure committee meetings are effective, agendas are followed and committee members assigned tasks are completed on time;
•Compiling and developing reports as needed to JRAC;
•Preparing and submitting grant applications;
•Reporting required information to the local JRAC;
•Collaborating with other community forums including the hospital, local coordinating councils, committees focusing on trauma-informed care and education, county/city council, commissioners, and the sheriff’s department;
•Coordinating a community needs assessment with professionals;
•Developing a plan for the implementation of a Jail Chemical Addictions Program;
•Determining the need and location of a residential treatment facility and coordinating operations with a mental health agency;
•Other duties as assigned.


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

Qualifications

•Master’s degree in criminal justice, social work, or related field or related experience preferred;
•At least 5 years of experience providing leadership in community forums;
•Knowledge of criminal justice processes;
•Knowledge of mental health conditions and substance use disorders;
•Knowledge of Indiana’s government and community supervision structure;
•Excellent written and oral communication skills;
•Ability to work effectively both independently and in a team environment;
•Ability to work flexible hours;
•Self-motivated team player;
•Able to persuade others to achieve desired outcomes and embrace accountability;
•Driver’s License and the ability to travel.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

$65,000

Apply Before

2022-07-11

To

Jason Cranney

Email

jason.cranney@jeffersoncounty.in.gov

Street

108 East 2nd Street

City

Madison

State

IN

Zip

47250

 

Title

Line Probation Officer (Adult and Juvenile)

County

Boone

Responsibilities

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 https://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm, start August 1, 2022

Apply Before

2022-07-12

To

Steve Owens

Email

sowens@co.boone.in.us

Street

127 West Main St Suite 200

City

Lebanon

State

IN

Zip

46052

 

Title

Juvenile Probation Officer Intake Supervisor

County

Tippecanoe County

Responsibilities

Responsibilities: Supervises assigned personnel, including interviewing candidates for openings and making hiring decisions and recommendations, orienting new subordinates regarding Department policies and procedures and job performance expectations, planning, delegating, and controlling work assignments, establishing specific work goals, training and developing, and evaluating performance results. Reviews necessary paperwork completed for court by assigned intake officers. Periodically analyzes Department workload and human resources needs of organizational unit, reviews position documentation for newly created or significantly revised positions, recommends personnel actions, including promotions, transfers, and demotions, informs supervisor and assigned staff of organizational developments, and communicates and administers personnel programs and procedures. Oversees assigned staff schedules, including employee vacation and other leave. Conducts juvenile admissions, with their families, and releases and completes required intake forms upon referral from appropriate agency; completes intakes and assessments as needed; covers court hearings as required. Completes Emergency Detention Hearings on detained cases. Assists with departmental administration in program and casework development and implementation. Contacts concerned parties and schedules detention and court hearings for juveniles. Assists juveniles in mediating disputes, use of time management techniques, and completion of school and related academic assignments; implements crisis intervention therapies as needed. Maintains and updates juvenile files, including preparation of behavioral statistics and reports. Inspects and oversees juvenile contraband control procedures. Performs related duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Baccalaureate Degree in criminal justice, social or behavior sciences, or a related field. Must be at least 21 years of age. Ability to meet all Department hiring and retention requirements, including certification as probation officer by Indiana Office of Court Services and trainer for risk assessments. Probation officer training is required. Working knowledge of and ability to make practical application of local, state, and federal regulations and standard policies and procedures of juvenile and criminal code. Working knowledge of court procedures within Tippecanoe County for juvenile residents. Knowledge of standard filing systems, with ability to perform juvenile intakes and assessments. Knowledge of principles and practices of behavioral assessment and intervention strategies and techniques, basic diagnostic and evaluation skills, crisis management, and treatment systems assessment. Knowledge of and ability to assess cases of chemical dependency, substance abuse, and physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. Knowledge and ability to enforce rules and regulations, resolve conflicts, respond to emergencies, and take authoritative action as situations demand. Ability to supervise assigned personnel, including interviewing candidates for openings and making hiring decisions and recommendations, orienting new subordinates regarding Department policies and procedures and job performance expectations, planning, delegating, and controlling work assignments, establishing specific work goals, training and developing, and evaluating performance results; ability to review necessary paperwork completed for court by assigned intake officers. Ability to periodically analyze Department workload and human resources needs of organizational unit, reviews position documentation for newly created or significantly revised positions, recommends personnel actions, including promotions, transfers, and demotions, informs supervisor and assigned staff of organizational developments, and communicates and administers personnel programs and procedures; ability to oversee assigned staff schedules, including vacation and other leave. Ability to provide public access to or maintain confidentiality of Department information and records according to state requirements. 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. Ability to competently serve the public with diplomacy and respect, including occasional encounters with irate/hostile persons. Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with, but not limited to, co-workers, other County Departments, courts, juveniles and their families, alcohol and drug education consultants, community service providers, counseling agencies, and Department of Child Services. Ability to work alone with minimum supervision and with others in a team environment. Ability to work on several tasks at the same time and work rapidly for long periods, occasionally under time pressure. Ability to understand, memorize, retain, and carry out written or oral instructions and present findings in oral or written form. Ability to operate office and probation equipment, including computer, typewriter, calculator, handcuffs, and taser. Ability to compare or observe similarities and differences between data, people, or things. Ability to apply knowledge of people and locations. Ability to perform arithmetic operations, compile, analyze, and develop data and facts. Ability to occasionally work extended hours, weekends, evenings, and occasionally travel out of town. Ability to testify in legal proceedings/court as needed. Ability to respond to emergencies on 24-hour basis.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Rate according to the Salary Schedule for Probation Officers found at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm plus an additional $5000 for being a supervisor.

Apply Before

2022-07-15

To

Apply to David Hullinger. All applications must be submitted online at: https://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/CareerHome.action?clientId=8a37238f44d3a1ed0144e0ad90c71258. Look under the "Probation" heading.

Email

Street

City

Lafayette

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Probation Officer

County

Wabash

Responsibilities

Ensures compliance with local, state and federal laws by implementing effective policy to protect the lives and property of the people.

Work with Quality Assurance Officer to adhere to contact standards set forth by Wabash County Court Services. Report outcome measures to Quality Assurance Officer on a quarterly basis.

Consult with the Management Team when requested in regards to: procedure, service development, job requirements, program updates and data collection and revision.

Conduct IRAS assessments as assigned, maintaining record of contacts, ensuring compliance with program rules and regulations, develop case plans, provide cognitive behavioral interventions, and conduct skill building exercises, as needed.

Preparing written reports for the Court as requested including Pretrial Recommendations and supplement information as needed.

Conducts home, education, facility and employment site visits, if needed, and maintains telephone contact with offenders to resolve problems and assess compliance with program conditions. Conducts transports as needed for the agency.

Collects drug testing samples from assigned program participants on a regular basis (in the field and in the office). Spends time in each location of Court Services at the direction of the Adult Probation Supervisor in order to administer random drug screens. Provides screens for anyone involved in Court Services Programming.

Supervises those individuals given specific terms of bond from either the Wabash County Superior or Circuit Court, conducts pretrial assessments as needed and per the daily arrest report supplied by the Wabash County Jail.

Is responsible for the supervision of pretrial participants and the collection of pretrial data per the program policy and description. Also, will provide any data as requested by a direct supervisor, the Director of Court Services, the Advisory Board, or the Judges.

Refers participants to various agencies (i.e. Bowen Center, Work One) and monitors participation.

Maintains daily reports, records and logs, including the oversight of bond and all pretrial supervisions.

Attends pretrial and other trainings as directed.

Utilizes evidence-based practices and research to inform decisions around pretrial release.

Participates as a member of the Pretrial Policy Team and assists the Pretrial Coordinator with the certification and recertification or the Wabash Pretrial Services Program.

Periodically supervises college interns, including making work assignments, and evaluating performance.

Attends Court hearing/legal proceedings as Court Services representative, providing testimony as necessary.

Performs related duties as assigned by Director of Court Services/Chief Probation Officer or other Supervisor.

Qualifications

Baccalaureate Degree in Criminal Justice, Social Work, Psychology, or related field of study. Must be at least 21 years of age.

Knowledge of legal requirements and standard policies, practices, and general operations of the department, with ability to apply appropriate procedures to ongoing operations.

Considerable knowledge of community geography and ability to effectively monitor and/or locate offenders, verify and document compliance with program requirements, and take appropriate action in response to violations.

Working knowledge of universal health precautions and blood borne pathogens control, and ability to apply such knowledge to protect oneself against infectious diseases.

Working knowledge of Standard English grammar, spelling and punctuation, and ability to prepare detailed written reports within established deadlines.

Working knowledge of and ability to effectively apply evidence collection and preservation techniques.

Working knowledge of standard office procedures and computer software programs used by the agency, with ability to apply such knowledge to a variety of interrelated processes, tasks and operations.

Knowledge of and ability to properly operate office and agency equipment, including computer, calculator, telephone, taser, pepper spray, handcuffs, shackles, belt restraint, body armor etc.

Knowledge of standard filing systems and ability to create and maintain agency files.

Ability to perform essential functions of the position without posing a direct threat to the health and safety of self and other individuals in the workplace.

Ability to deal swiftly, rationally, and decisively with potentially violent individuals in precarious situations, take authoritative action, and apply appropriate discretion and common sense.

Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with co-workers, other County Departments, Law Enforcement Agencies, Courts, Department of Corrections, Department of Children Services, Bowen Center, Staffing Resources, Heartland Career Center, Learn More Center, Ivy Tech staff and personnel, clients, and the public, including being sensitive to professional ethics, gender, cultural diversities, and disabilities.

Ability to provide public access to or maintain confidentiality of agency information and records according to state requirements.

Ability to speak clearly and distinctly, hear and be heard and understood when communicating in person, by radio or by telephone.

Ability to comply with all employer and agency policies and work rules, including, but not limited to, attendance, safety, drug-free workplace, and personal conduct.

Ability to competently serve the public with diplomacy and respect, including occasional encounters with hostile/violent individuals.

Ability to adhere to customer service policies and engage participants in a respectful and dignified manner.

Ability to understand, memorize, retain and carry out oral and written directives and present findings in oral or written form.

Ability to analyze, evaluate/observe data, diagnose and investigate.

Ability to work alone with minimum supervision and with others in a team environment.

Ability to work on several tasks at the same time and work rapidly for long periods, occasionally under time pressure.

Ability to apply knowledge of people and locations, plan/layout work assignments, and count/perform basic arithmetic calculations.

Ability to testify in legal proceedings/Court.

Ability to occasionally work irregular, extended, and/or evening hours, and occasionally travel out of town for conferences/training, sometimes overnight.

Ability to serve on call and respond to emergencies on 24-hour basis within a 30-minute response time window.

Possession of a valid Indiana driver's license, a demonstrated safe driving record and ability to be insurable to drive assigned vehicles under the County's insurance policy.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

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

Apply Before

2022-07-19

To

Brian Swihart

Email

BSwihart@wabashcounty.in.gov

Street

91 W. Hill Street

City

Wabash

State

IN

Zip

46992

 

Title

Juvenile 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. Conducts random drug screens as required. Ensures probationers pay required fees, such as fines, court costs, and restitution. 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 pre-sentence investigations and writes comprehensive reports for court, including researching legal and social history, and interviewing offenders and crime victims. Notifies court of probation violations and compliance with reimbursement orders, attends hearings, and testifies/makes recommendations in court proceedings and/or to other officials as required. Cooperates with public/private community service agencies, school systems, and individuals in assisting probationers and their families/guardians 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. Determines need for removing probationers from homes. 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 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. Performs related duties as assigned.

Further details available online under the heading Probation

Qualifications

Baccalaureate Degree and ability to successfully pass written exam and successfully complete specified orientation as required for certification as a Probation Officer by Indiana Judicial Center. Working knowledge of and ability to make practical application of local, state and federal regulations, and standard policies and procedures of juvenile and criminal code. Ability to effectively supervise, direct and monitor assigned probationers to ensure proper completion of probation requirements. Working knowledge of and ability to make appropriate referrals of probationers to treatment programs and services. Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with co-workers, other County departments, probationers and their families, attorneys, victims, community service agencies, counselors, school systems, and court and law enforcement personnel, including being sensitive to professional ethics, gender, cultural diversities and disabilities. Ability to provide expert testimony in legal proceedings. Ability to properly operate a computer, maintain accurate and organized files, and prepare detailed reports as required. Ability to maintain confidentiality of records and information as required. Ability to work alone and with others in a team environment with minimum supervision, and work on several tasks at the same time, often under time pressure. Ability to occasionally work weekend, evening and/or extended hours, and occasionally travel out of town for training, sometimes overnight. Possession of valid driver's license and demonstrated safe driving record.

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

2022-07-21

To

This position is open until closed.

Apply to Scott Angstadt and Miriah Anderson
All applications must be submitted online at: https://newton.newtonsoftware.com/career/CareerHome.action?clientId=8a37238f44d3a1ed0144e0ad90c71258. Look under the "Probation" heading.

Email

Street

City

Lafayette

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Juvenile Probation Officer

County

Floyd

Responsibilities

Conduct Indiana Risk Assessment
Conduct pre-hearing and pre-sentence investigations and prepare reports as required.
Maintain probation caseload for adult offenders.
Interview offenders and prepare reports and recommendations for the court.
Supervise offender, keep accurate case notes and paperwork and attend relevant hearings.
Administer urinalysis testing.
Monitor all terms and conditions of probation as handed down be the courts.
Notify the court of any modifications in the conditions of probation.
Assist the courts in making pretrial release decisions.
Assist enforcement officials in making decisions regarding the diversion of charged individuals to appropriate non-criminal alternatives.
Maintain regular communications with public and private agencies, other departments and persons to obtain and disseminate information concerning then treatment and welfare of probationers.
Oversee the collection of all fines and fees imposed by the courts to all caseload offenders.
Prepare case management plans

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

Qualifications

Thorough knowledge of the criminal justice system, including practical knowledge of the customary practices and procedures of the court and specialized knowledge and understanding of the accepted principles involved in the supervision of probationers.
Ability to effectively supervise, counsel and direct a wide range of individuals and to assist them in obtaining a variety of special services.
Ability to effectively interview, investigate, and work with clients to assure proper completion of all probation requirements.
Ability to resolve emergency/crises situations and take appropriate action.
Thorough knowledge of treatment program and services available to clients from other government, social and private agencies.
Complete knowledge of standard policies and practices of the Floyd County, IN legal process and probation office.
Practical understanding of human motivation and behavior and ability to apply such knowledge in specific situations and case.
Ability to understand both general and specific directives and to work effectively in situations of potential stress and conflict with minimal supervision.
Ability to maintain accurate records and files.
Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of all departmental records and information.
Ability to follow all personnel policies and rules of the organization.

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

Education

Ability to meet state judicial conference minimum qualifications, including possession of a baccalaureate degree and ability to pass qualification examination.

Salary

Hire-In Pay Rate: $38,514.00

Apply Before

2022-07-22

To

Submit resumes to: Kelly Deuser, Chief Probation Officer

Email

kdeuser@floydcounty.in.gov

Street

1613 E. Spring Street, Suite 2

City

New Albany

State

IN

Zip

47150

 

Title

Probation Officer

County

Marion

Responsibilities

Positions are available with the Adult Services and Juvenile Services.

- 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 pretrial, intake, casework, presentence investigations writer and intake operations.
- 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.

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

Marion County residency required within six (6) months of hire. Salary enhancements for bilingual skills and shift differential for specific assignments.

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

Qualifications

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

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

$41,000 - $77,700

Apply Before

2022-07-31

To

Christine Kerl

Email

ProbationApplicants@indy.gov

Street

City

State

IN

Zip

 

Title

Full-Time Youth Attendant

County

Dearborn

Responsibilities

The Youth Attendant shall provide supervisor for all residents of the Juvenile Center by providing direct care and program services on his/her designated shift. The Youth Attendant shall ensure that the Juvenile Center operates according to policy and procedure. The Youth Attendant must obtain 120 hours of training during the first year of employment and 40 hours each year thereafter.

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

Qualifications

Education

H.S./GED

Salary

Starting salary: $36, 070; $17.34 hourly, plus benefits

Apply Before

2022-08-02

To

Traci Agner- Director

Email

tagner@dearborncounty.in.gov

Street

219 West High St.

City

Lawrenceburg

State

IN

Zip

47025

 

Title

Part Time Youth Attendant

County

Dearborn

Responsibilities

The Youth Attendant shall provide supervision for all residents of the Juvenile Center by providing direct care and program services on his/her designated shift. The Youth Attendant shall ensure that the Juvenile Center operates according to policy and procedure. The Youth Attendant must obtain 120 hours of training during the first year of employment and 40 hours each year thereafter.

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

Qualifications

Education

H.S./GED

Salary

Hourly Rate: $15.00
Up to, but not to exceed 28 hours per week; mostly weekend shifts

Apply Before

2022-08-02

To

Traci Agner- Director

Email

tagner@dearborncounty.in.gov

Street

219 West High St.

City

Lawrenceburg

State

IN

Zip

47025

 

Title

Full-Time Youth Attendant M-F 1-9 pm

County

Dearborn

Responsibilities

The Youth Attendant shall provide supervision for all residents of the Juvenile Center by providing direct care and program services on his/her designated shift. The Youth Attendant shall ensure that the Juvenile Center operates according to policy and procedure. The Youth Attendant must obtain 120 hours of training during the first year of employment and 40 hours each year thereafter.

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

Qualifications

Education

H.S./GED

Salary

$36,070; ($17.34 hourly), plus benefits; Overtime is also available

Apply Before

2022-08-02

To

Traci Agner- Director

Email

tagner@dearborncounty.in.gov

Street

219 West High St.

City

Lawrenceburg

State

IN

Zip

47025

 

Title

Community Corrections Field Officer

County

Monroe Circuit Court Probation Department

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.

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

Qualifications

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.
2021:

  • Entry level: $35,654 (approx. $19.59/hour), plus fringe benefits.
  • After 1 year Monroe County Government experience $37,638 ($20.68/hour)
  • After 3 years Monroe County Government experience $39,622 ($21.77/hour)
  • After 8 years Monroe County Government experience $41,205 ($22.64/hour)
  • After 14 years Monroe County Government experience $42,789 ($23.51/hour)

Apply Before

2022-08-03

To

Applications taken until positions filled.

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

Email

Street

Probation Department
214 West 7 th Street, Suite 200

City

Bloomington

State

IN

Zip

47404

 

Title

Adult Probation Officer

County

Monroe Circuit Court - Bloomington

Responsibilities

Serves as Adult Probation Officer, responsible for conducting investigations with clients, making recommendations to the courts, conducting assessments, utilizing evidenced-based strategies to promote behavioral change, and supervising clients for enforcement of court orders and conditions of community supervision.

Work week is 35 hours.

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

Qualifications

Bachelor's Degree from accredited college or university required; major in criminal justice, social work, or related field preferred.
- Must not be less than 21 years of age and must be a U.S. citizen.
- Experience and/or training as Community Corrections Officer or Probation Officer preferred.
- Must believe that people are capable of behavior change.
- Must have ability to work as member of a team.
- Must have ability to learn and utilize effective correctional practices such as Motivational Interviewing and Effective Practices in Community Supervision.
- Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Must have knowledge of available community resources.
- Must have valid driver's license, and must have and maintain reliable vehicle including appropriate level of vehicle insurance.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Rate according to the Salary Schedule for Probation Officers found at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm depending on years of service as certified Probation Officer.

2022 starting pay: $36,879 (approx. $20.26/hour). Pay raises only for years of experience as an Indiana Probation Officer.

Apply Before

2022-08-03

To

Applications taken until position filled.

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

47401

 

Title

Probation Officer Assistant (Part Time)

County

Monroe Ciruit Court - Bloomington

Responsibilities

15-20 hours per week. Flexible schedule, ability to schedule work hours around college class schedule.
Morning shift - Monday - Friday, 7:00 AM-11:00 AM; and
Afternoon shift - Monday - Thursday, 2:00 PM-5:00 PM.

Ideal applicant will have ability to work, at minimum, two (2) consecutive college semesters.
Serves as Probation Officer Assistant (POA) for Probation Department, responsible for administering chemical tests, conducting observed urine drug tests with clients of the same gender, completing and maintaining records, and performing various clerical duties.

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

Qualifications

High School Diploma or equivalent required.
Completion of at least one year of college preferred.

Education

Salary

2022: Starting $18.07/hour; after 1 year $19.08/hour; after 3 years $20.08/hour

Approved for criminal justice internship (students enrolled in college criminal justice internship classes may receive class credit for work performed in this job).

For more information, see Probation Department website including Annual Reports www.co.monroe.in.us/probation

Apply Before

2022-08-03

To

Applications taken until position filled.
Email submission of required documents encouraged.

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

47401

 

Title

Community Corrections Probation Officer

County

Monroe Circuit Court Probation Department

Responsibilities

Responsible for supervision of offenders who are placed on the Community Alternative Supervision Program (Home Detention Program, Day Reporting Program). Work week is 35 hours.

Supervises offenders referred to community corrections programming consistent with the conditions imposed by the court.
Performs field contacts with clients in the community (home, school, work).
Completes preliminary investigations and other reports as directed by the court.
Maintains accurate records and completes data entry of all case contacts.
Makes referrals to public and private agencies to meet the needs of clients.
Maintains contact with agencies and other persons or institutions concerned with the treatment or welfare of probation clients.
Conducts drug and alcohol screenings with clients as needed.
Testifies in court.

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

Qualifications

Education

Bachelor's Degree from accredited college or university required; major in criminal justice, social work, or related field preferred.

Salary

Salary is based on Indiana Minimum Salary Schedule for Probation Officers depending on years of service as certified Probation Officer. 2022 starting pay: $36,879 (approx. $20.26/hour). Pay raises only for years of experience as an Indiana Probation Officer.

Apply Before

2022-08-03

To

Applications taken until positions filled.

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

Email

Street

Probation Department
214 West 7 th Street, Suite 200

City

Bloomington

State

IN

Zip

47404

 

Title

Juvenile Probation Officer

County

Monroe Circuit Court - Bloomington

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for supervision of juveniles who are ordered to probation or referred to the Probation Department for preliminary investigation. Job requires working "on call." See departmental website for more information. http://www.co.monroe.in.us/probation
  • Supervision of juveniles referred to probation programming consistent with the conditions imposed by the Court.
  • Performs field visits with juveniles in the community (home, school, work).
  • Complete preliminary inquiries and other reports as directed by the Court.
  • Maintain accurate records and complete data entry of all case contacts.
  • Make referrals to public and private agencies to meet the needs of the probationer.
  • Maintain contact with public and private agencies and other persons or institutions concerned with the treatment or welfare of probationers.
  • Conduct drug and alcohol screenings with probationers.
  • Testify in Court and secure placements when directed by the Court.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree from accredited college or university required; major in criminal justice, social work, or related field preferred.
  • Must not be less than 21 years of age and must be a U.S. citizen.
  • Must believe that people are capable of positive behavior change.
  • Must have ability to work as member of a team.
  • Must have excellent writing and communication skills.
  • Must have valid driver's license, and must have and maintain reliable vehicle including appropriate level of vehicle insurance.
  • Prefer experience and/or training as Community Corrections Officer or Probation Officer.
  • Prefer experience working with youth or families.
  • Prefer knowledge of philosophy, theories, practices in correctional field and related disciplines.
  • Prefer knowledge of available community resources with understanding and skill to use them.

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

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Salary based on Indiana Probation Officer Minimum Salary Guidelines depending on years as certified Probation Officer.
depending on years as certified Probation Officer. 2022 Entry Level Pay: $36,879 ($20.26/hour) Pay raises only for years of experience as an Indiana Probation Officer.

Apply Before

2022-08-03

To

Submit Resume, Cover Letter and Min. 6 References to:
Linda Brady, Chief Probation Officer

Email

lbrady@co.monroe.in.us

Street

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

City

Bloomington

State

IN

Zip

47404

 

Title

Full Time Juvenile Probation Officer

County

Madison County Unified Courts - Juvenile Probation Department

Responsibilities

  • Interpersonal Skills such as effective communication, collaboration, adaptability and ability to perform in potentially high stress situations and with diverse populations.
  • Technical Skills such as information and process management, knowledge of court systems, and experience in social work, criminal justice, or related field.
  • Self-Management Skills such as strong ethics, dependability, professionalism, and time management.

Qualifications

  • Knowledge of the criminal justice system, including the customary practices and procedures of the court;
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills utilizing the English language;
  • Understanding of the accepted principles and practices involved in the supervision of probationers;
  • Ability to effectively supervise, assist, and hold accountable a wide range of individuals through the application of Evidence Based Practices (EBP);
  • Ability to understand and comply with both general and specific directives;
  • Ability to meet State Judicial Conference minimum qualifications, including, but not limited to, possession of a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution, preferably in the social sciences, and ability to pass certification examinations;
  • Ability to obtain certifications in assessing risk and needs;


Position open until filled.
Full Details including essential duties, responsibilities, and qualifications in a Word document.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

In accordance with state salary schedule at http://www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/2343.htm

Apply Before

2022-08-04

To

Interested persons should apply by submitting an application, a signed cover letter, a resume and at least three, non-relative, professional references to the following:

Office Manager, Deena Watkins

Email

dwatkins@madisoncounty.in.gov

Street

3420 Mounds Road

City

Anderson

State

IN

Zip

46017

 

Title

Residential Facilitator

County

DeKalb

Responsibilities

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

Qualifications

High School Diploma or GED. See PDF document linked above for full qualifications.

Education

High School Diploma or Equivalency

Salary

$18.42-$21/Hour

Apply Before

2022-08-17

To

Position will remain open until filled.

Michelle Fosnaugh, Executive Director, DeKalb County Community Corrections
P.O. Box 6049
Auburn, IN 46706

Email

humanresources@co.dekalb.in.us

Street

100 South Main Street

City

Auburn

State

IN

Zip

46706

 

Title

Probation Officer

County

Adams

Responsibilities

Duties include, but are not limited to:
1. Conduct prehearing and presentence investigations and prepare reports as required by law
2. Assist the courts, prosecuting attorneys, and other law enforcement officials in making decisions
3. Supervise and assist persons on probation consistent with conditions of probation imposed by the court
4. Bring to the court's attention any modification in the conditions of probation considered advisable
5. Notify the court when a violation of a condition of probation occurs
6. Cooperate with public and private agencies and other persons concerned with the treatment or welfare of persons on probation and assist them in obtaining services from those agencies and persons
7. Keep accurate records of cases investigated and of all cases assigned to them by the court and make records available to the court upon request
8. Assist the court in transferring supervision of a person on probation to a court in another jurisdiction
9. Assists courts in making pretrial release decisions
10. Perform other duties required by law or as directed by the court

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

Qualifications

Interested applicants must be twenty-one (21) years of age, be an American citizen, have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university or be in the last semester of a baccalaureate degree program, shall be a person of good moral character, shall take and pass an examination within six months from the date that the person is first employed as a probation officer, attend an orientation program conducted by Indiana Office of Court Services within one (1) year from the date that the officer is employed, and be willing to complete a background check.

Applicants with experience are preferred.

Send resumes to Adams County Probation Department, Attention Chief Probation Officer Jack Odle, at 122 South 3rd Street, Floor 2, Decatur, IN 46733.

Resumes may be emailed as a PDF attachment to jodle@co.adams.in.us with "Resume" in the Subject Line.

Education

Bachelor Level

Salary

Per Salary Schedule for Probation Officers: https://www.in.gov/courts/iocs/probation/salary/

Position Open until filled.

Apply Before

2022-08-17

To

Jack Odle - Chief PO

Please write "Resume" in the Subject Line.

Email

jodle@co.adams.in.us

Street

122 South 3rd Street, Floor 2

City

Decatur

State

IN

Zip

46733

 

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