Below are career opportunities in the State of Washington
The U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services Office for the Western District of Washington is currently accepting applications for a U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services Officer. Our District has three distinct units under U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services: a pretrial services unit including supervision, a presentence unit, and a post-conviction supervision unit. There are five offices within the district: Seattle, Tacoma, Tukwila, Everett, and Vancouver. This position will be based in the Vancouver, Washington office.
Kitsap County District Court is looking to hire a Supervisor and Program Specialist. The following job opportunities are available:
The District Court Supervisor will supervise the daily operations of District Court Probation unit. This working supervisor will perform daily operations, coordinate division functions, and will coordinate process and workflow with other agencies and departments.
The Program Specialist should have knowledge of the adult criminal justice system; court practices and procedures; behavior modification; and available community resources and agencies. You must be able to manage a high-volume caseload and be extremely organized to meet deadlines with little supervision.
The City of Issaquah is looking to hire a Behavioral Health Coordinator and a Licensed Mental Health/Social Worker. The following job opportunities are available:
The Behavioral Health Coordinator is a human services professional that works directly with Issaquah community members who need connection to behavioral health services, or who are homeless, or at imminent risk of homelessness. This position is responsible for connecting residents to services needed, identify resources in the community, coordinate and facilitate appointments for persons served in collaboration with other human services staff, City departments, and with local and regional service providers.
The Licensed Mental Health Professional/Social Worker- Co-Responder position is responsible for helping with crisis de-escalation and stabilization of community members who are experiencing a behavioral health crisis. The position is intended to serve as liaison between multiple City Departments, social service providers, and the community members in need of accessing social services.
The City of Kirkland is looking to hire a Probation Supervisor and a Probation Officer.
The Probation Supervisor works under the direction of the Deputy Director of Court Services and Presiding Judge. This position supervises, plans, organizes, and manages the operation and programs of the Kirkland Municipal Court Probation Division. This position oversees personnel, management and development of the Probation Officers and staff by supervising, counseling, motivating, training, scheduling, coordination, assigning, delegating, and evaluating work to assure for the efficient day-to-day operations of the Probation Division serving the cities of Kirkland, Clyde Hill, Medina, Hunts Point, Yarrow Point and Woodinville.
The Probation Officer provides professional services for misdemeanant probationers with a high degree of specialized and complex responsibilities that are performed under the supervision of the Probation Officer Supervisor and leadership of the Deputy Director of Court Services and Presiding Judge. The Probation Officer is responsible for providing services and programs that afford opportunities for probationers to change behavior, monitoring compliance with pre-trial and post-conviction orders, electronic home monitoring and jail, reporting client compliance status to the court, resolving conflicts, and serving as a liaison between the Court and the probationer. The work requires extensive knowledge of probation and court practices while understanding legal requirements in accordance with laws, rules, probation, and court policies, in which consequences of an error would be of great detriment.
The City of Des Moines is actively seeking a Support Services Specialist (Probation Office) to join our team. The Support Services Specialist (SSS) will also interact with inmates and offenders referred by the courts to the various programs and services. Programs in which the SSS can expect to be involved include, but are not limited to, Monitored Probation, Alternative Detention, and Court Programming. This role is accomplished through providing services and programs that afford opportunities for offenders to change behavior; monitoring compliance with pre- trial release or post-conviction orders, electronic home monitoring and jail; reporting client compliance status to the court; resolving conflicts; and serving as a liaison between the court and the probationer.
Assist the District and Municipal Courts of Skagit County in holding offenders accountable to the terms of their court orders by organizing, coordinating, and managing a caseload of adjudicated offenders. This mission includes making sentence recommendations, performing offender needs/risk assessments, analyzing restitution claims, and facilitating compliance through motivational counseling, clinical consultation, and crisis intervention for public safety.