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Current Employment Opportunities

CORRECTIONS AGENT/SENIOR/CAREER

BEMIDJI DISTRICT 1 – BAGLEY (DOC)

Position Objective/Overview:

 Corrections Agent contributes to a safer Minnesota by providing supervisory, referral and intervention services to individuals under supervision in order to facilitate positive behavioral change. This is a full-time, temporary unclassified position that is anticipated to last up to one (1) year in duration.  This position is eligible for a full employer contribution towards health and dental insurance benefits.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: 9/21/2021

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COMMUNITY RE-ENTRY SPECIALIST

RENVILLE COUNTY JAIL

Position Objective/Overview:

Promote and expand services in the Renville County Jail and community to support incarcerated people and their minor children.   Long term goals for children of incarcerated parents include:  improved parent-child relationships, mental health and well-being and reduce out-of-home placements.  Community goals include: reduced recidivism, violent crime and increased community support for child/family friendly programs and policies.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: 9/28/2021

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PROBATION OFFICER SHIFT LEAD

DAKOTA COUNTY JUVENILE SERVICE CENTER

Position Objective/Overview:

Probation officers establish professional relationships with adult and juvenile clients involved in the criminal justice system.  The primary responsibility of a probation officer is to actively and directly facilitate client change.  This requires a holistic view of human behavior.  Dakota County seeks probation officers who see themselves as change agents for their clients, engaging clients, assessing their barriers to success, supporting access to needed services, motivating clients to seek change, and extending interventions that lead clients to greater success.  In addition to helping clients get on a better path, probation officers are responsible to monitor and document conditions of probation through court reports and recommendations, and facilitate cognitive behavioral and other service groups.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: 9/30/2021

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CORRECTIONS COUNSELOR

ST. LOUIS COUNTY JAIL

Position Objective/Overview:

St. Louis County is currently seeking a Corrections Counselor to join their team at the Duluth Jail. An employee in this class is responsible for the evaluation of psycho-social problems experienced by inmates and the development and implementation of programs to meet the inmates' reintegration needs.  Duties include diagnosing problem behaviors; screening inmates and providing remedial counseling; assisting in the planning, development, evaluation and revision of various reintegration treatment programs; preparing treatment program reports; presenting inmate evaluations to the court; conducting educational and therapeutic group counseling; and functioning in a limited capacity as a Program Facilitator on assigned shifts as required. 

Minimum Qualifications:

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SUPERVISOR, COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS DIVISION

STEARNS COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES

Position Objective/Overview:

To provide leadership and supervision of employees while managing Human Services programs and services. This position is responsible for ensuring that business is performed in accordance with policies, procedures, and laws, and providing reports and statistical information regarding human services programs.

Minimum Qualifications:

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FULL TIME JUVENILE DETENTION COUNSELOR - MALE

CLAY COUNTY

Position Objective/Overview:

Maintain the safety and security of the campus to include monitoring and observing clients for concerning behaviors, providing effective treatment interventions, evaluating/maintaining equipment, inspecting rooms, maintaining population counts, maintaining equipment inventory, and making perimeter checks.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: Open Until Filled

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JUVENILE SERVICES ON CALL ASSISTANT PROBATION OFFICER

DAKOTA COUNTY

Position Objective/Overview:

Maintain the safety and security of the JSC campus to include monitoring and observing clients for concerning behaviors, providing effective treatment interventions, evaluating/maintaining equipment, inspecting rooms, maintaining population counts, maintaining equipment inventory, and making perimeter checks.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: 9/22/2021

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FULL TIME JUVENILE DETENTION WORKER

CLAY COUNTY

Position Objective/Overview:

Juvenile detention workers provide supervision and ensure the safety and security of clients, assist in the supervision of mandated programming for residents, complete intakes of all new admits in to the juvenile center, transport clients to court hearings, medical, dental, and psychiatric appointments, and perform nightly safety inspections.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: Open until filled.

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SENTENCING TO SERVICE CREWLEADER

HENNEPIN COUNTY

Position Objective/Overview:

The Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation is seeking two Sentencing to Service Crewleaders in the Client and Community Restoration Division. The mission of the Sentencing to Service program is to provide clients with a safe opportunity to learn new job skills, gain self-confidence, and complete community improvement/restoration projects which benefit the residents of Hennepin County in a fiscally responsible way.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: Open until filled.

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U.S. PROBATION OFFICER

U.S. PROBATION & PRETRIAL SERVICES

Position Objective/Overview:

U.S. Probation & Pretrial Services Officers (USPOs) serve in a judiciary law enforcement position and assist in the administration of justice and promote community safety, gather information, supervise persons under supervision, interact with collateral agencies, prepare reports, conduct investigations, and present recommendations to the court.    

USPOs, for the District of Minnesota, are committed to enhanced community supervision programming focusing more on evidence-based practices.  The selected candidate will serve under the guidance of a supervisor.   

This is an entry-level U.S. Probation Officer position with a starting grade of CL-26.  It is considered hazardous duty, which may require irregular work hours, to include nights, weekends, and holidays.  This position may also require frequent travel to divisional offices. 

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: Open until filled.


SECURITY COUNSELOR

STATE OF MINNESOTA

Position Objective/Overview:

This position is located in Moose Lake, MN.

Security Counselors provide supervision to clients who are civilly committed to the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP). In this role, the Security Counselor utilizes a team approach to ensure a safe, secure and therapeutic environment in which the clients work towards successful community reintegration. Working in this environment may present a variety of unique and unforeseen situations which require the Security Counselor to respond in a calm manner that de-escalates and prevents potentially dangerous situations.

Minimum Qualifications:

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To Apply:

§   Go to https://mn.gov/careers

§   Click “External Applicants” (or “Current Employees” if you are a current state employee)

§   On the Job Search page, enter the Job Opening ID number 29949 in the Keywords search box and click Search

§   Click on the Job Title to view the job posting

§   Click Apply


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