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Current Employment Opportunities

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

Position Objective/Overview:

The Administrative Assistant develops processes, serves as the department's technical advisor, tracks the budget, responds to customer inquiries, provides administrative support, and coordinates special projects.

This job classification can be found in several departments and/or divisions throughout the County. Because the position varies slightly from department to department, essential functions will be provided for specific positions when vacancies are being filled.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: 12/12/2021

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PROBATION OFFICER AIDE

ANOKA COUNTY COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

Position Objective/Overview:

In Anoka County Corrections, our goal is to create a safe living environment where staff can work with residents to make better choices and to build a safer community. This is a great opportunity working directly with the public, changing the direction of their lives and gaining experience in the field of Community Corrections. Probation Officer Aides work with offenders in three juvenile correctional facilities providing individual and group support to residents through facilitating programs, maintaining safety and security, documenting behavior and completing wellbeing checks.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: 12/10/2021

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CORRECTIONS TRANSITIONS PROGRAM COORDINATOR

MN DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS (MCF OAK PARK HEIGHTS)

Position Objective/Overview:

This position directs and coordinates transition programming for incarcerated persons at MCF-Oak Park Heights and MCF-Stillwater, linking community services, facility staff, and the incarcerated together in this effort.  This position evaluates and implements new and innovative approaches to transition, including, but not limited to, housing, employment, personal finance, transportation, health, family, personal identification documents, family reunification and living under supervision. This position also facilitates cognitive-skills programming to provide for integrated transition of men to lesser structured living units or custody levels.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: 12/10/2021

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CORRECTIONS AGENT

MN DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS (DETROIT LAKES 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 Corrections Agent will be responsible to supervise a juvenile caseload in the community.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: 12/07/2021

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CORRECTIONS OFFICER I/II

SHERBURNE COUNTY

Position Objective/Overview:

Oversee inmates during job assignments, meals, recreation, and visitation; conduct inmate security checks, conduct searches of inmates and building areas; explain inmate rules and maintain discipline; intervene in emergency situations such as fights and medical emergencies; deliver inmate meals; administer medication and carry out treatment of medical issues including referring inmates to medical staff as necessary; secure inmate property; release inmates as appropriate; conduct head counts and supervise access; mitigate problems or disagreements between inmates; complete required forms and reports; assist with video visitation for inmates; occasional transportation of inmates; perform booking procedure when inmates arrive; other duties as assigned.

Closing Date: Open until filled

Minimum Qualifications:

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TREATMENT COURTS COORDINATOR

MILLE LACS COUNTY

Position Objective/Overview:

Work involves the performance of extensive planning, organizing, coordinating and monitoring the activities of the treatment court. This position works collaboratively with judges on a wide range of organizational issues such as operational efficiency and internal and external quality assurance. This position monitors and coordinates the case management services within each county and may take part in statewide work groups and/or team meeting to promote best practices, efficiency, and effective operations on a system wide basis.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: 12/05/2021

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OFFICE AND ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

TODD-WADENA 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.

Minimum Qualifications:

Associate degree or vocational/technical diploma in relevant field, experience entering data into information tracking systems; and experience working in a correctional setting. 

Closing Date: 12/14/2021

To Apply: Contact Kathy Langer at kathy.langer@co.todd.mn.us or call 320-732-6165


SUPERVISORY US PROBATION OFFICER

MINNEAPOLIS OR ST. PAUL

Position Objective/Overview:

This position will either be assigned in Minneapolis or St. Paul, MN.  The Supervisory U.S. Probation Officer. The incumbent is responsible for work assignments and quality of investigative and/or supervision case work, along with the smooth functioning of their respective unit.  The incumbent is also responsible for providing leadership to formulate, supervise, and implement initiatives to achieve goals and objectives defined either in Court Services (Pretrial Services/Presentence) or Community Supervision. The Supervisory U.S. Probation Officer will assist the Probation and Pretrial Services Office in its renewed efforts of creating an outcome-based learning organization that taps human potential through dialogue, accountability, innovative ideas, and personal and professional growth. The Supervisory U.S. Probation Officer reports to the Assistant or Deputy Chief U.S. Probation Officer.  The incumbent is considered hazardous duty, which may require irregular work hours, to include nights, weekends, and holidays. The incumbent may also be expected to frequently travel to divisional offices.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: Open until filled

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OFFICE SUPPORT II

WASHINGTON COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS

Position Objective/Overview:

This Office Support II position is a special project position that may be for up to two years. Responsibilities will include acting as receptionist in a busy office, processing mail, managing various departmental packets/supplies, answering phones, greeting customers, as well as computer entry and document scanning. This position performs somewhat complex work under general supervision applying knowledge of departmental procedures, records, and regulations and serves as the primary contact in the area of assignment.

This job classification can be found in several departments and/or divisions throughout the County. Because the position varies slightly from department to department, essential functions will be provided for specific positions when vacancies are being filled.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: Open until filled


U.S. PROBATION OFFICER (PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST)

U.S. PROBATION & PRETRIAL SERVICES – NORTH DIVISON

Position Objective/Overview:

This position will be located within one of our divisional offices north of the Twin Cities. While most USPOs manage a general caseload, this position, subject to approval of the Chief, will transition, without competition, to the position of Program Development Specialist (i.e., CL29). Thus, this position will also serve as the district authority (for the northern territories) regarding workforce development and reentry programming, community service, and internship program related issues. Caseload size will adjust based on district needs. This position shall perform some administrative services, by way of guiding the work of other staff.

This is a U.S. Probation Officer position with a starting grade of CL-28.  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


FACILITY PROBATION OFFICER - .5 FTE

SCOTT COUNTY

Position Objective/Overview:

Performs skilled professional corrections work monitoring juvenile residents in a 24/7, non-secure detention/residential facility. The employee oversees and controls security functions and implements gender specific therapeutic programming related to the care, custody, and well-being of resident through the principles of direct monitoring. The work involves an element of personal danger and physical exertion. The incumbent must be able to make independent decisions and exercise independent judgment in responding to emergencies. Work is performed primarily in an institutional setting.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: Open Until Filled

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PM PRIMARY CORRECTIONS COUNSELOR

PRAIRIE LAKES YOUTH PROGRAMS

Position Objective/Overview:

The PM Primary Corrections Counselor is responsible for providing para-professional counseling and supervision for residents placed in PLYP Secure Programming.  This includes recreation, one-to-one counseling, guided group interaction, independent life skills building and assistance in any other individualized programming for residents.  Constant supervision and maintenance of security is required for the safety of both residents and community.  This supervision includes maintaining a secure facility and meeting the physical, psychological and emotional needs of the residents.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: Open until filled

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TREATMENT COURTS COORDINATOR

ST. LOUIS COUNTY

Position Objective/Overview:

The Sixth Judicial District invites applications for the position of Treatment Courts Coordinator, located in Duluth, Minnesota.This is an exempt position in the Treatment Courts Coordinator classification assigned to the Duluth treatment courts. This is responsible, professional work coordinating and supervising the activities of the veterans court and/or drug treatment courts. This position is partially grant-funded, currently funded through December 31, 2022.

Minimum Qualifications:

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Closing Date: Open until filled

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SECURITY COUNSELOR

MOOSE LAKE MSOP (DOC)

Position Objective/Overview:

This is an opportunity to be part of an organization that is committed to our staff, clients and the community. The Minnesota Sex Offender Program serves people who are court ordered to receive sex offender treatment via the civil commitment process. Program staff provide comprehensive services including therapy, education programming, therapeutic recreation, vocational programming and volunteer services, health and wellness to clients in a therapeutic environment where safety and security are at the forefront of all campus activities.

 

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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Closing Date: 12/30/2021


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.   

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.


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