Minnesota Association of 
County Probation Officers 

Current Employment Opportunities


Probation Department Director

Itasca County Probation Department (CPO)

Position Objective/Overview: 

Responsible for the overall operation of the Probation Department, including preparing the annual budget, managing financial grants and approving agency expenditures, the hiring and supervision of employees per policies set by the Court and Itasca County.   Responsible for conducting staff meetings, assuring employees obtain required training and that all employees follow agency and county policy and procedures.  Conducts audits and performance evaluations on staff to assure quality control.  Responsible to assure that quality programming is provided for all offenders assigned to probation in Itasca County.

 

Application Closing Date:

02/06/2023

Minimum Qualifications:

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ISR Corrections Agent/Senior/Career

Detroit Lakes, MN (DOC)

Position Objective/Overview: 

Corrections Agents provide investigative services to the court/releasing authority and supervisory and/or referral services to individuals committed to the Department of Corrections in order to protect public safety and facilitate law-abiding behavior.

Job responsibilities include completing assessments of individuals in order to determine/recommend appropriate supervision levels; preparing case plans; supervising individuals to monitor behavior and compliance with probation/releasing authority conditions; completing progress reports and apprehension/detention orders; and testifying in court as needed.  Corrections Agent positions also prepare diagnostic, pre- and post-dispositional investigation reports on individuals to be used by the courts, correctional staff and releasing authority to make appropriate sentencing, case planning and releasing decisions.

  • This Corrections Agent will be responsible to supervise an Intense Supervised Release (ISR) caseload within fourteen (14) counties throughout West Central Minnesota.  Team members aslo provide support and supervision for the Moorhead and Alexandria Teams. 
  • Travel: Travel for this position may be up to 90% of the time.
  • Work Schedule: Varies with non-traditional work hour requirements.  ISR Agents work four (4) ten (10) hour days including holidays, nights and weekends.

Application Closing Date:

January 31, 2023

Minimum Qualifications:

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Sentencing to Service Crewleader

North Minneapolis (DOC)

Position Objective/Overview: 

The Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation is seeking a Sentencing to Service Crewleader 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.

Sentencing to Service Crewleaders provide a structured work option within the county's justice system that is responsive to the need for client centered reliability and compensates victims and communities for any damages or losses that have occurred. The Sentencing to Service Crewleaders will supervise and lead crews to ensure projects are completed efficiently, safely, and with a high level of quality. For more information, please click here: 
Sentencing to Service Program.

Application Closing Date:

Continuous

Minimum Qualifications:

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Corrections Unit Supervisor

Hennepin County Community Corrections


Position Objective/Overview: 

The Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation (DOCCR), is seeking multiple Corrections Unit Supervisors (CUS) to supervise divisional staff, establish and implement standards for staff performance, and provide quality assurance and training within the domestic violence, enhanced supervision, and supervise released units.

There are Corrections Unit Supervisor vacancies in the domestic violence unit where CUS work with those who have experienced intimate partner violence/domestic violence; in the enhanced supervision unit where CUS work with those who have committed a sexual offense; and the supervised release unit where CUS work with those who are on parole.

Application Closing Date:

02/06/2023

Minimum Qualifications:

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Corrections Agent/Senior/Career

Chaska (DOC)

Position Objective/Overview: 

This Corrections Agent will be responsible to supervise clients on felony probation and supervised release in the community.

Corrections Agents provide investigative services to the court/releasing authority and supervisory and/or referral services to individuals committed to the Department of Corrections in order to protect public safety and facilitate law-abiding behavior. Job responsibilities include completing assessments of individuals in order to determine/recommend appropriate supervision levels; preparing case plans; supervising individuals to monitor behavior and compliance with probation/releasing authority conditions; completing progress reports and apprehension/detention orders; and testifying in court as needed.  Corrections Agent positions also prepare diagnostic, pre- and post-dispositional investigation reports on individuals to be used by the courts, correctional staff and releasing authority to make appropriate sentencing, case planning and releasing decisions.

Application Closing Date:

1/26/2023

Minimum Qualifications:

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Veteran Court Coordinator

Freeborn County Probation

Position Objective/Overview: 

Under general direction of the Freeborn County Probation & Pre-Trial Services Director, the Veteran’s Court Coordinator is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the Veteran’s Court. The duties of this position will include: providing for the safety of the community through encouraging the rehabilitation of adult offenders utilizing evidence-based practices; treatment and case planning; contacting offenders; making referrals for treatment; incorporating restorative justice practices; preparing comprehensive reports for use by the Veteran’s Court; providing informal counseling; ensuring offender accountability; observing and collecting drug and alcohol tests; supervising offenders; maintaining a working knowledge of all areas of client deficits (e.g. mental health issues, chemical dependency issues, etc.; and performing other duties as apparent or assigned.     

Minimum Qualifications:

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Office & Administrative Specialist

Todd-Wadena County Community Corrections

Position Objective/Overview: 

Current work load assignment consists of, but is not limited to, the following: providing word processing, data entry and retrieval, receptionist services, maintaining information tracking systems, and utilizing technology to fulfill assigned tasks. Successful applicant must be highly organized and efficient and demonstrate strong written and verbal communication skills.

Application Closing Date 

Position will remain open until filled. First round of application reviews scheduled for December 27, 2022.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma, plus skills in the following areas: data entry, database management, business English, customer service, word processing, and typing/keyboard. Must pass agency background check requirements prior to employment. Must have valid MN driver's license and auto insurance, and reliable transportation. Must pass agency background check requirements prior to employment. Convictions, continuances or stays for crimes other than minor traffic offenses may disqualify the applicant from being hired.

To Apply:

Contact Katherine Langer, Director, at kathy.langer@co.todd.mn.us or 320-732-6165, for an application packet.


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