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Below are career opportunities in the State of Washington

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.

Kitsap County District Court is seeking an experienced Program Manager. We are looking for an experienced professional to supervise our treatment court staff and program.  You must have recent supervisory or management experience, along with experience in the field of substance abuse treatment and criminal justice/court related experience.  We are looking for excellent a leader with proven skills in team building, collaboration across all levels of an organization and excellent conflict management and communication skills.

Snohomish County District Court is seeking a highly motivated and positive individual for the position of Therapeutic Court Program Supervisor. If you enjoy building collaborative partnerships that engage and support staff, providers, and participants in a court setting, you are encouraged to apply.

Thurston County District Court is seeking a highly motivated, community oriented, positive individual for the position of Mental Health and Veterans Court Care Coordinator. As the Care Coordinator, you will supervise a caseload of participants for Mental Health Court and Veterans Court (MH/VC) that have been diagnosed with a mental illness and charged with certain criminal offenses within the jurisdiction of Thurston County. Care Coordinators assist participants with accessing community resources in lieu of incarceration; maintaining compliance with their court obligations; remaining compliant with treatment; and supporting recovery efforts for mental health and chemical dependency in order to continue on a path of stability and being accountable for their behaviors.

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