Marshall County, Indiana

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Employment Opportunities

Marshall  Superior  Court  No.  2 is accepting  applications for  the  following position:

Deputy Clerk - Criminal Division

The Court is seeking a highly energized, self-motivated individual to serve as Deputy Clerk for its criminal division.   The Deputy Clerk manages documents and records to provide administrative support for judicial proceedings of the Court.   This is a detail-oriented position that requires the applicant to process legal documents and proceedings through the Court’s electronic case management system to ensure accuracy and consistency within the court record.

The successful applicant must have a high school diploma or GED; preferably an associate's degree in a related field or equivalent work experience.   Applicants must demonstrate a proficiency in keyboard skills, basic knowledge of data gather programs, word processing, and Microsoft applications.  Preferred applicants shall have a proficiency in speaking and writing skills in the English language. (Bilingual candidates offer additional consideration.)   The position requires the applicant to interact daily and frequently in the performance of its duties with individuals in person and telephonically in responding to their need of service from the Court. 

Applicants with past experience in legal field or related fields, where attention to technical review of documents is required and are preferred candidates.   All candidates will receive training on the practices and procedures of the Court related to the position. 

Please submit your resume and a completed application to:

Marshall County Human Resources

112 W. Jefferson Street, Room 300

Plymouth, Indiana 46563

Marshall Superior Court No. 2

211 W. Madison Street

Plymouth, IN 46563

Telephone: (574) 935-8763

Facsimile: (574) 935-8700

Marshall County is an Equal Opportunity Employer 


The Marshall County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for the position of Full-Time Turnkey/Dispatcher.

Applications may be picked up from Human Resource in the Marshall County Office Building, 112 W Jefferson Street, Plymouth, Indiana Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00am and 4:00pm, or on-line at www.co.marshall.in.us.

Interested applicants must be 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent, and hold a valid Indiana driver’s license.

Applications must be completed and returned to the Human Resource office by 4:00pm eastern time August 4, 2021.

Marshall County is an equal opportunity employer.


Marshall County Employment Opportunity Department: Marshall County Probation

Position: Secretary
Job Category: Professional

Status: Permanent Full-Time

Schedule: Work Schedule 8:00am to 4:00pm Monday through Friday

Primary duties will consist of assisting the probation officers and the Courts with the daily operations of the Probation Department. Duties would include assisting in processing persons placed to probation, typing miscellaneous letters, typing reports for the Courts, E-filing documents, data collection, and maintaining records.

The Individual would need to be at least 18 years of age and have earned at least a High School Diploma. The preferred candidate would have an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice or similar field of study and would need to possess a basic understanding of criminal justice terminology and processes. Persons with experience otherwise may still be considered.

Excellent typing skills and data entry skills are essential. Candidates should be familiar with standard computer based programs such as Windows, Microsoft Word and Excel and be able to understand and use internet-based sites and searches. The Person will need to be organized and able to work with confidential information in a professional and ethical manner. A criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen are required.

Interested candidates for this position can submit their resume and application to the Human Resource Office Marshall County Building, Room 300, Plymouth, Indiana 46563 by 8-6-21.

Marshall County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Marshall County Circuit Court

Marshall County Circuit Court is seeking a qualified individual for the position of:

Family Support Services Counselor

The Marshall County Probation Department employs two Masters level mental health counselors specifically addressing the mental health needs of juveniles and their families with the goal of minimizing anti- social behaviors and limiting future contacts with the criminal justice system.

Qualified candidates must have Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work, or a related field and at least two years of practical counseling experience.

Applications and resumes may be picked up and dropped off until 4:00 p.m. August 1, 2021, at the:

Marshall County Human Resource Office 112 W Jefferson St. Room 300 Plymouth, Indiana 46563

Applications can also be found online at www.co.marshall.in.us Marshall County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Department: Marshall County Courts/Marshall County Probation

Position: Intake Specialist
Job Category: Professional
Status: Part-Time/Grant Funded

The applicant serves as a part-time Criminal Justice Intake Specialist for Marshall County Courts and is primarily responsible for assisting in the collection of data and conducting the e-filing of pretrial recommendations in accordance with Indiana Criminal Rule 26. Individual will follow up with cause number assignments for those placed through pretrial. Applicant will also assist the Courts with the intake processes and data collection from offenders placed to probation.

Responsibilities include assisting in the collection of demographic information, criminal histories, to assist in recommendations to the Marshall County Judiciary. Person will assist in e-filings to the Court. Individual will assist with intake processes of offenders placed to probation.

A Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or related field is recommended, but not required. A high school diploma with appropriate experience in a human relations field is acceptable and candidate must have an understanding of general criminal justice proceedings. The individual must be 21 years of age, have a valid driver’s license, and be of good moral character.

Candidates should be familiar with Microsoft Windows, Word and Excel. The desired professional would have at least two years’ experience. Familiarity with the Odyssey Court System and Incite is desired, but not mandatory. Rate of hourly pay is based upon the State Grant.

Applicants must have good communication skills, possess excellent organizational skills, and have the ability to work with confidential information in a professional and ethical manner.
A criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen are required. Applications can be
located online at www.co.marshall.in.us or in the Marshall County Auditor’s Office. Interested candidates for this position need to submit their resume and application by August 1, 2021.

Please forward all applications and resumes to:

Marshall County Government Human Resource Office
Marshall County Building, Room 300,

Plymouth, Indiana 46563.

Marshall County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Department: Marshall County Courts/Marshall County Probation

Position: Recovery Services Specialist
Job Category: Professional
Status: Part-Time/Grant Funded

The applicant serves as a Recovery Services Specialist for Marshall County Courts and Probation and is responsible for providing information on recovery support services to offenders involved with substance use disorders.

Responsibilities include interviewing arrestees in the Marshall County Jail to identify offenders that have substance abuse issues that have been recently placed at the jail and to work with those individuals prior to release in identifying services necessary regarding substance abuse treatment.
Coordinate with offender to ensure their release plan includes a detailed list of steps to enact the offender's treatment and provide information regarding potential services available to them upon their release. Compile data regarding the program and provide monthly reports.

A Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Criminal Justice, or related field is recommended, but not required. A high school diploma with appropriate experience in a human relations field is acceptable and candidate must have an understanding of substance abuse issues and a general criminal justice proceedings. The individual must be 21 years of age, have a valid driver’s license, and be of good moral character.

Candidates should be familiar with Microsoft Windows, Word and Excel. The desired professional would have at least two years’ experience. Familiarity with the Odyssey Court System and Incite is desired, but not mandatory. Rate of hourly pay is based upon the State Grant.

Applicants must have good communication skills, possess excellent organizational skills, and have the ability to work with confidential information in a professional and ethical manner.

A criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen are required. Applications can be located online at www.co.marshall.in.us or in the Marshall County Auditor’s Office. Interested candidates for this position need to submit their resume and application by August 1, 2021. Please forward all applications and resumes to:

Marshall County Government
Human Resource Office
Marshall County Building, Room 300, Plymouth, Indiana 46563.
Marshall County is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Marshall County Sheriff’s Office is committed to being a leader in providing professional quality services. We have an opening for a full-time Jail Cook position.

Applications can be picked up at the Marshall County HR Office located at 112 West Jefferson St. Plymouth, IN or printed online at the Marshall County Government Web site. Successful applicant must pass a criminal background check, have a valid driver’s license and be able to pass drug/alcohol test. Applications must be returned to HR by Friday July 23 4:00pm.

Applicant who is employed at the Sheriff’s Department must have the ability to work in a chain of command structure yet still take charge and make independent decisions. Applicant must be able to work various shifts during weekdays, holidays and weekends. Applicant must have strong communications skills where confidentiality is essential.

Marshall County is an equal opportunity employer.


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