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Yavapai County
1105 Fair St.
Prescott, Arizona 86305

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Adult Probation Officer Entry

Job ID: 54044
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Job Description:

Position #201900170

Disclaimer:  To apply for this position, applicants must create an account and complete an application on the Yavapai County Government website at www.yavapai.us.  Applications processed through this website do not constitute official applications with Yavapai County Government.

 

Supervises a caseload of probationers requiring minimum to maximum supervision through mandatory visual contacts, scheduled/unscheduled in the office and field to include days, nights, and occasional weekends and holidays. Monitors community restitution requirements, employment and job search activities and financial obligations. Administers drug and alcohol tests. Maintain verifiable case records in electronic and/or paper medium.   (60%)

Interviews probationers, families, collaterals, employers and victims; conducts investigations, reviews and evaluates defendant statement, criminal records, police reports, physical and mental health reports and prepares pre-sentence and dispositional reports. Evaluates criminal personalities, behaviors and rehabilitation potential.   (10%)

Utilizing the standardized assessment tool results develops a supervision level and individualized case plan on each probationer under purview Make referrals to and monitor education/treatment/counseling requirements. Participate in staffings to evaluate probationer's progress.   (15%)

Monitors probationer behavior and compliance with conditions of probation and when appropriate, increases or decreases supervision utilizing the results of standardized assessment tool; provides counseling to probationers. Utilize motivational interviewing techniques.   (5%)

Attempt to locate probation absconders. Conducts searches and may be required to make probation arrests. (5%)

Performs other job related functions or duties as assigned.  (5%)

Expectations:

  • To establish and maintain effective customer service relations with the public, co‑workers and external agencies.
  • To learn how to enhance and then maintain community safety by holding offenders accountable to crime victims, the court and the community.
  • To reduce or eliminate future criminal behavior through learning and beginning to apply that accurate on‑going assessment, appropriate evidence based treatment, individualized case management and monitoring, can change behavior.
  • To establish and maintain partnerships with the local criminal justice system, service providers and the community.
  • To work with integrity and professionalism, treating all people with respect.
  • To develop a belief that offenders can change.
  • To develop an understanding of and adhere to the federal and state statutes, codes and administrative orders, local orders and county, departmental polices and procedures.
  • Abide by the Code of Conduct for Judicial Employees and the Code of Ethics for Arizona Probation Personnel.

Benefits:

please visit www.yavapai.us for benefit information

Amount of Pay:

$41,931.05

Frequency of Pay:

per year

Other Qualifications:

Interpersonal Skills:

Courtesy, tact, and diplomacy are essential elements of the job. Work involves personal contact with others inside and/or outside the county for the purposes of giving or obtaining information, building relationships, making reports, or soliciting cooperation.

Other Skills:

Minimum 21 years of age; U.S. citizen or have legal resident status; maintain a valid Arizona driver's license; must successfully pass a pre‑employment character and fitness background investigation, including but not limited to:  fingerprinting and criminal history records check, (MVD) driving records check, psychological evaluation, submit to and pass an illegal drug use screening, meet and be able to perform the required training and job duties with or without reasonable accommodation; may be required to submit to a polygraph.

Working skills in:

Personal interaction, counseling and interviewing; motivational interviewing techniques once trained; basic computer data‑entry.

Ability to:

Maintain confidentiality of non‑public information; critically analyze individuals and situations and make sound objective decisions; apply the principles and methods of probation services; practice technique of casework methods and report writing; established and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies and the public; give, follow written and verbal instructions; communicate effectively verbally and in writing; communicate orally in a face‑to‑face setting and by telephone with public and employees; observe safety standards in the field and office; comprehend and make inferences from written material; operate a motor vehicle requiring a standard driver's license; produce written documents with clearly organized thoughts using proper sentence construction, punctuation and grammar.

Minimum Education:

Bachelor

Age Requirement:

21

U.S. Citizenship:

Yes
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Function:

Direct Supervision of Defendants

Status:

Full-time

Posted:

06.19.2019
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Discipline:

Community Corrections

Level:

Entry-level

Application Deadline:

07.02.2019