Parole Officer II
North Dakota State Government - Williston, ND

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Requires a bachelor’s degree with a major in a behavioral science, eligibility to be licensed as a peace officer in North Dakota, and three years of work experience directly interacting with offenders in a correctional, law enforcement, or social work setting. Incumbent must be licensable as a ND Peace Officer under North Dakota Century Code Chapter 12-63 and shall attend the first available basic peace officer training recognized by the ND Peace Officers and Training Board (POST Board) ensuring authorization to perform the peace officer duties of a Parole and Probation Officer in accordance with North Dakota Century Code Section 12-59-20. If unable to find qualified applicants, we will consider under filling as a Parole Officer I with a salary range of $3,187 - $4,249 per month. Minimum qualifications require a bachelor’s degree with a major in a behavioral science and eligibility as a peace officer in ND. Must successfully complete a standard background and criminal record check. Must have a valid class D driver’s license.

Application Procedures:
  • FULL STATE BENEFITS INCLUDE: Fully paid family coverage health insurance, retirement benefits, annual leave, sick leave and family sick leave benefits, a basic life insurance benefit, employee assistance program and 10 paid holidays per year.
Submit the following documents to:
Nikki Sackman, Human Resource Officer II

PO Box 1898, Bismarck, ND 58502-1898

#701-328-6196 & Fax #701-328-6186


Application Form – SFN 10950
Letter of Interest

DOCR internal applicants should complete the DOCR Internal Application (SFN 18116) available on the DOCR Intranet under Employee Forms >Internal Employment. External application forms may be obtained by contacting the Adult Services Division at 701-328-6190 or the state web page at . External applicants who are residents of ND and eligible to claim veteran's preference must include Form DD214. Claims for disabled veteran's preference must include a current statement of disabled status from the Veteran's Affairs Office.

Application materials must be received by 4:00 p.m. on the closing date listed above. Application materials must clearly explain how experience and education are related to the minimum qualifications and job duties.

Contact Nikki Sackman or TTY 800-366-6888 for more information or assistance in the application or interview process.

ND Relay Number: 1-800-366-6888

Summary of Work:
This position requires direct supervision of individuals placed on parole or probation. This includes completing intakes on offenders, developing case plans, and overall management of the case. This position is also be required to complete pre-sentence investigations for the courts, parole investigations for the Parole Board, and other miscellaneous investigations. Work includes exposure to hazardous conditions potentially resulting in a serious physical injury requiring medical attention and some lost time from work. Exposure occurs on a seasonal, periodic, or similar intermittent basis. This position has a great deal of interaction with the courts, law enforcement agencies, Parole Board, Pardon Advisory Board, human service centers and social service agencies.

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