**Internal posting – only DPS employees may apply.**
Judicial Service Coordinators process all new probation cases; supervised and unsupervised. The coordinator interviews offenders and enters personal, family, and social information into the database. The coordinator will provide technical support to the Court by investigating the offender pre-sentencing (for transferring out of state or determining deferred prosecution eligibility). Coordinators track the status of community service cases and monitor compliance, which involves significant interaction with members of the judicial system, community agencies, victims, and offenders.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies:
Judicial Service Coordinators require knowledge of the community service work program, punishment plans, and government and nonprofit agencies in the community that are eligible for participation in the program; general knowledge of work placement techniques; procedural knowledge of the judicial and law enforcement systems and their operational procedures; some knowledge of the characteristics of the various offender groups; ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with participating agencies in the community, judicial and law enforcement personnel and corrections' personnel; basic interviewing skills; and the ability to express oneself verbally and in writing.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
Graduation from a four-year college/university with a major in criminal justice, human services, psychology, or related field of study; graduation with a two-year degree in criminal justice, human services, psychology, or related field of study and two years of experience in the court system, paralegal work, or other directly related experience; high school diploma and four years of experience in the court system, paralegal work, or other directly related experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Supplemental and Contact Information:
How To Apply
The NC Department of Public Safety (DPS) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages qualified men and women to apply. DPS uses the Merit-Based Recruitment and Selection Plan to fill positions subject to the State Personnel Act with the most qualified individuals. Hiring salary will be based on relevant qualifications, internal equity, and budgetary considerations pertinent to the advertised position.
- Online applications are only accepted through http://www.osp.state.nc.us/jobs/
- To receive credit for all of your work history and credentials, you must list the information on the State of North Carolina application. Any information omitted cannot be considered for qualifying credit.
- Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the state application.
- Applicants seeking Veteran’s Preference must attach a DD Form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, along with your application.
- During the online application process, if additional documentation is required, attach the documentation at the bottom of Step 4 in the application process.
- Degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Rose Cuevas, Human Resources, (919) 934-0976
North Carolina Office of State Human Resources
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