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 Chief Probation Officer

Duties require office administration and supervision of adult and juvenile probation officers and clerical staff. Some caseload supervision of probationers may also be required. Candidates must be at least 21 and have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university. Candidates also must be a Certified Indiana Probation Officer. Minimum of five years experience as a probation officer or similar work experience is required. Knowledge of Community Corrections programming is beneficial, but not required. Candidates should also possess excellent oral and written communication skills and computer knowledge. Salary in accordance with the Probation Officers’ salary guidelines at www.in.gov/judiciary/probation/. Please submit resumes to Hon. Curtis Palmer, Judge of the Marshall Circuit Court via email only at curt@co.marshall.in.us Applications will be taken until the position is filled. Marshall County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Position: Case Manager/Field Officer-Marshall County Community Corrections

Hours: Primary Hours: 8am-4pm, Monday-Friday, Must be willing to work flexible hours

Incumbent serves as Case Manager/Field Officer for Marshall County Community Corrections, and is responsible for assessing, supervising, investigating, and assisting program participants, and utilizing evidence based programs and practice.

Assists and monitors program participants, including conducting risk assessments, reviewing, executing and ensuring compliance with court orders, reporting violations, and maintaining various documents and computer files. Assists program participants in obtaining necessary treatment/educations services identified in their treatment plan.

Job Requirements: Baccalaureate Degree preferred in criminal justice, sociology, or related area, or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Possession of or ability to obtain required certifications/training within time specified by department, including first responder/CPR, defensive tactics, verbal de-escalation, firearms and TASER qualification, disease control, and Indiana Risk Assessment (IRAS) Certification & EBP training.

Incumbent may work both in the office and in the field. Deadline to Apply: Tuesday, June 23, 2017 @ 4:00pm

Applications or resumes shall be turned into: Marshall County Auditor
Tori Stull, Human Resources Administrator 112 W. Jefferson St. Rm 205

Plymouth, IN 46563 574-935-8555

Applications are available at: www.co.marshall.in.us Marshall County is an equal opportunity employer

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