The Sonoma County Probation Department seeks experienced, professional Probation Officers to come work in the beautiful Sonoma County!
STARTING SALARY UP TO $39.88/Hour ($83,234/Year)
(Salary is negotiable depending on experience and salary history and requirements.)
Probation officers play a crucial role in the criminal justice system by assisting offenders with rehabilitation in the community as well as protecting public safety by holding offenders accountable to the directives of the court. If you're looking for competitive salary and benefits, camaraderie, on-going job training and support, and professional growth, this will lead you to the career of a lifetime. If you are ready for change, challenge, and the opportunity to make a difference, then apply today!
In addition to the excellent opportunity and starting salary, we offer the following compensation and benefits*:
A cash allowance of approximately $600/month for full-time employees
Excellent health plan options with significant County paid premium contribution
Competitive vacation accrual and sick leave accruals
An Annual Professional Development/Wellness Benefit Allowance of $850
Opportunities for additional premium pay depending on assignment, generally 5% for each assignment, for a maximum of 10%
Plus many additional benefits
*Benefits described herein do not represent a contract and may be changed without notice.
BEING A PROBATION OFFICER III
The Probation Department currently has opportunities for individuals that have experience with higher risk and more complex Probation cases, excellent written and oral communication skills, experience presenting oral and written reports before Courts, and working knowledge of evidence based principles and practices in Juvenile Justice, Probation, and Community Corrections.
Under direction, a Probation Officer III investigates and prepares recommendations to the courts on probation cases involving adults and juveniles; assists in the training and supervision of subordinates in an assigned unit; and performs specialized assignments such as intake, intensive supervision, placement, and/or court officer.
Probation Officer III responsibilities include:
Specialized assignments or programs such as complex felony investigations, court officer, intake, placement, or other assignments which require advising or coordinating efforts of other Probation Officers in specialty areas;
Working intensive supervision cases requiring a greater degree of case management skill and independence; and/or
Assisting a Probation Officer IV with unit training or other activities.
For more information about Sonoma County Probation Department, visit: www.sonoma-county.org/probation
Apply Now! This recruitment is open continuously and may close at any time without notice. Applications received after the recruitment closes will not be accepted. To view the complete position details and apply online, visit us at www.yourpath2sonomacounty.org or phone HR at 707-565-8059. EOE