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PART-TIME CORRECTIONAL OFFICER/DISPATCHER

Kanabec County

Position Objective/Overview:

There are two part time openings; one opening in the Dispatch Center and one opening in the Jail. A thorough background check will be done on all finalists who apply for this position.

The Correctional Officer/Dispatcher is responsible for the communication between the public and the law enforcement officers, ambulances and fire departments. Provide courtroom security for Judge, court personnel, jury and all participants. Supervise inmates in accordance with established policies, regulations and procedures, observe conduct and behavior of inmates to prevent disturbances and escapes.

Minimum Qualifications:

  •          High School graduate or equivalent plus one year
  •          1-2 years experience in customer service/secretarial/medical • Stable work record
  •          Valid driver’s license
  •          Keyboarding skills
  •          Verbal & written communication skills

Closing Date: 10/4/2019 at 11:59 PM

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PROBATION OFFICER

Freeborn County

Position Objective/Overview:

Freeborn County is seeking a Probation Officer to work with domestic violence offenders. The ideal candidate will have experience in direct supervision of domestic assault offenders, but we may consider training the right candidate. The candidate must have good boundaries. This agent will work with various internal partners, including the Domestic Abuse Program, law enforcement, the Courts, victim advocates and chemical and mental health programs. 

Minimum Qualifications:

·         Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or a related field

Preferred Qualifications:

·         Previous experience in direct supervision of domestic assault offenders using the Duluth model.

·         Proficient in written and oral communications, strong organizational skills, knowledge of community based resources and services and experience working with offenders in a correctional setting.

·         Involves some field work, working with law enforcement and testifying in court. 

Closing Date: 10/4/2019 at 11:59 PM

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INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY:  PROBATION

Sherburne County Community Corrections

Position Objective/Overview:

Interns will have the opportunity to learn the aspects of pretrial and post-sentence community supervision, supervised by an experienced probation officer. Interns will have the opportunity to work with defendants/offenders in the office and at their school and or home. Work experience may include attending court hearings, completing various court reports, and conducting meetings/interviews. Additionally, interns will learn about Evidence Based Practices and how correctional agencies utilize these strategies to promote offender change. This position will primarily work with the juvenile unit; however, exposure to all aspects of probation including adult pretrial and probation/supervised release can be expected.

Minimum Qualifications:

·         Available to Junior/Senior students who are enrolled in a college/university with a criminal justice major (or related field)

·         Minimum of 400 hours for completion

·         Interns must also complete a Sherburne County application and oral interview, pass a criminal history check, complete training and abide by all Sherburne County and  community Corrections policies and procedures.

*** Preference given to applicants with experience working with youth in treatment, corrections, or probation environment. ***

Closing Date: 10/4/2019 at 11:59 PM

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ON-CALL FACILITY PROBATION OFFICER

Scott County Community Corrections

Position Objective/Overview:

This posting serves to build a roster for current and future openings within this classification. This position encompasses shift work, some of which is scheduled and some that is on-call. Weekend and overnight availability requirement of hire.

Minimum Qualifications:

·         Four-year degree in Criminal Justice or related social science field

·         Valid MN driver’s license and auto insurance

·         Must pass agency background check, pre-employment exam, and drug testing

*** Preference given to applicants with experience working with youth in treatment, corrections, or probation environment. ***

Closing Date: Continuous

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JUVENILE FACILITY MANAGER

Scott County Community Corrections

Position Objective/Overview:

In this role, you will make a difference by overseeing the management, fiscal and program functions and operations of the Juvenile Alternative Facility (JAF) in the Community Corrections Department. The management includes supervision of staff, case managers, education programs, mental health programming, facility equipment and maintenance, contracts, grants, and duties as assigned. This position manages and administers the overall operations and programs of the JAF and is responsible for development of facility guidelines, rules, policies, and procedures to ensure compliance with the United States Constitution, Minnesota Statues, Minnesota Department of Corrections, and Department of Human Services 2960 Umbrella Rules and the federal Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) standards.  Promotes a diverse, culturally competent, and respectful workplace. This position is directly accountable to the Community Corrections Director.

Minimum Qualifications:

·         Bachelor’s Degree or higher (Master’s degree preferred) in Corrections/Criminal Justice/Social Work (or related field)

·         8 years of progressively responsible experience working in a treatment/correctional facility, probation environment

o    2 years of experience working in a youth-specific facility is required

·         Preferred: experience in the mental health field and implementing the delivery of trauma-informed/trauma sensitive programming

Closing Date: Open until filled

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CUSTODY OFFICER, FEMALE

Blue Earth County, MN

Blue Earth County is currently accepting applications for a FT Custody Officer (Female) position. This position ensures the safety and security of the jail and the people incarcerated within it by preforming jail admissions and supervising inmates.   

Minimum qualifications for this position is a high school diploma. See job posting for preferred qualifications.

Application deadline for this position is continuous.

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