Deputy Juvenile Probation Officer
State of Montana - Butte, MT

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Job Listing Detail

Position Title:
Deputy Juvenile Probation Officer

  • Applications must be received by Midnight Mountain Time on the closing date.
Listing Number: 9504-131C

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For more information contact:
State Agency:
Judicial Branch

PO Box 203005

Helena , MT
59620-3005

Phone: (406)841-2965

Fax: (406)841-2955

TTY: Montana Relay Service at 711

E-mail: shgrandy@mt.gov

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Local Montana Job Service Workforce

Position

Number(s):
21102012

Openings:
1

Location(s):
Butte

Job Status:
Full-Time Permanent

Shift:
Daytime

Date Posted:
1/28/2013

Closing Date:
2/12/2013

Department:
Judicial Branch

Division:
2nd Judicial District

Bureau:
Youth Court

Band/Grade:
16

State Application Required:
Yes

Salary:
$15.99

Salary Unit:
Hourly

Additional Salary Information: The Judicial Branch offers an excellent benefit package including:

  • 15 days paid vacation, 12 days sick leave and 10 paid holidays annually,
  • An employer contribution of $8,796 yearly towards health, life, dental and optional vision insurance for an employee and their family;
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Special Information:
  • An employee new to the Judicial Branch will serve a one-year probationary period.
  • The successful applicant will be subject to a criminal background check, including the Child Protection Services & Nurses registry.
  • Travel may be required.
  • Working hours may include evenings & weekends
Duties:
The successful applicant is responsible for managing a caseload of juveniles involved in the 2nd Judicial District, youth court. Specific duties are attending court hearings, testifying, meeting with families, conducting screening and assessment, preparing dispositions for informal proceedings and recommendations for formal proceedings, contact placement providers and establishing placements and developing treatment plans. The ability to develop good working relationships with families and youth, other service providers and law enforcement is crucial. The position will respond to on-call and crisis situations as required by office protocol. A good understanding of youth and families at risk is needed.

A full job description is available from Human Resources email - shgrandy@mt.gov .

Competencies:
not applicable

Education/Experience:
The minimum qualifications are a Bachelor’s Degree in behavioral sciences and one-year of social service/criminal justice experience. The successful applicant will attend the probation officers training program provided by the Office of Court Administrator. Must have a valid driver’s license.

Supplemental Questions: None Required

Additional Materials Required: None Required

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