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Deputy Chief Adult Probation Officer - Adult Probation (0421

Company: Coconino County
Location: Flagstaff
Posted on: May 3, 2021

Job Description:

Deputy Chief Adult Probation Officer - Adult Probation (0421) | Government Jobs page has loaded.Deputy Chief Adult Probation Officer - Adult Probation (0421)This listing closes on 5/14/2021 at 5:00 PM Arizona.Nature of WorkCoconino County promotes a transformational leadership philosophy that elicits employee growth, cultivates inspiration, and creates future leaders by empowering employees to solve internal and external customer needs and exceed customer service expectations. As an award-winning organization with high regard for cultural diversity and the positive contributions of the many thriving cultures within our county, our nation, and our society, Coconino County leads a variety of initiatives that celebrate diversity; from our Annual Diversity Day, and monthly Heritage Lunch & Learns, to book clubs, and professional development academies which target diverse workforce segments. Coconino County's respect for diversity is shared throughout the organization. Be part of this optimistic, innovative team where outstanding customer service creates dynamic solutions and engages leadership at every level. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE BROCHURE Coconino County Adult Probation Purpose: The purpose of the vision statement is to give an overall view of what we wish our organization to be. Our mission statement is the more specific method of meeting our vision. Our Guiding Principles are the commitments we have made to contribute to a healthy working environment. We recognize that all employees are responsible for creating a culture that supports the Guiding Principles outlined here.Coconino County Adult Probation Vision Statement: Building relationships and enhancing lives to create a safer community.Coconino County Adult Probation Mission Statement The Mission of the Coconino County Adult Probation Department is to create a safer community by reducing the number of future crimes, thereby reducing the number of future victims. This is to be accomplished by providing to our client's individualized programming and supervision to include:Cognitive-Behavioral education, treatment, and supervision based upon individual assessment of risk and need.Restorative justice to the community and victims.Community and client involvement and collaboration.Effective, quality-based methods of supervision.Measurable processes and outcomes.Coconino County Adult Probation Pretrial Mission StatementTo maximize Court appearance, public safety, and effective release practices.Coconino County Adult Probation Guiding PrinciplesWe commit to an environment that fosters positive attitudes and the empowerment of individuals.We maintain cohesion through relationships, compassion, trust, teamwork, and inclusion.We are open to change, and each has a valuable voice in decision-making.When communicating with each other, we presume all are operating with positive intent. Be forgiving.We listen to the expertise of others and share knowledge and experience.We strive to be critical thinkers who embrace innovation in problem-solving.We foster an environment that promotes a constructive learning experience. When given feedback on our impact and behavior, we take the time to honestly and openly reflect upon the information and apply it to our lives.We recognize strengths and show appreciation for one another.We enjoy laughing together without malice.We promote and practice self-care.We are open to and accepting of different opinions, give honest and constructive feedback and provide direct communication to our peers. We encourage transparent communication throughout the organization.Under general direction is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating the activities of the probation department; performs related work as assigned.Please Note: This position is grant-funded through Standard Aid Enhancement and Adult Intensive Probation Supervision. Typical Duties(Illustrative Only)Assists in the development and implementation of departmental policies, procedures, and programsConducts supervisory meetings, attends weekly administrative meetings and bi-weekly mid-management meetings, and full staff meetingsSelects, plans, assigns, supervises, trains, and evaluates the work of subordinates and recommends disciplinary actionCooperates with and coordinates activities and programs with other department divisions, community/governmental agencies, providers, organizations, professionals, and the publicRepresents the department in public appearancesResearches, forecasts, and plans for future capabilities of departmental programsGathers, compiles, and analyzes activity reports to evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of departmental and mandated programsMakes budget recommendations and assists with the preparation and continued review as necessaryOversees or compiles statistical data for various reportsIdentifies and recommends methods to improve the functionality and operations between the court and probation departmentInitiates, prepares, negotiates, and administers state and federal grantsMonitors compliance with contractual requirements, regulations, and standardsActs as the Chief Probation Officer in that person's absencePerforms other duties as assignedEssential functions of this position include but not limited to: reaching; working with and around others; dealing with interruptions; vision acuity (far) for driving, (near) for reading, etc.; color vision; hearing and speech (ordinary conversation) for phones and communicating with staff, and the public.Minimum QualificationsBachelor's degree in judicial administration, business administration, public administration, behavioral or social science or a related field; and three years of progressively responsible experience as a supervisor or manager in probation or community corrections; OR any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:Must obtain an Arizona driver's license by date of hire and maintain it throughout employment. Must successfully complete a criminal history check relevant to employment.Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in judicial administration, business administration, public administration, behavioral or social science. Please see Section: 6-106 Personnel Practices This position is exempt from overtime.This position is safety sensitiveThis is an at-will position.Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesConsiderable knowledge of:- Principles and practices of social and correctional case management, counseling, and interviewing and investigation techniques- Evidence-based practices in community corrections- Federal and state laws, regulations, and rules pertaining to the provision of probation and pretrial services- Psychological, sociological, and cultural influences on interpersonal relationships and human behavior- Principles of leadership and management- Community resources in the fields of social services, federal, state, and local programs in the field of correctional rehabilitation and procedures related to the provision of preventative and/or remedial services to probationers- Criminal justice systems- Interrelationships of probation, parole, law enforcement, social welfare, and societal influences- Legal terminology and court process and procedures- Trends in public sector management and administrationSkill in:- Interpersonal relationships- Leadership and management- Statistical analysisAbility to:- Organize and coordinate the efforts of court personnel to accomplish departmental goals and objectives- Analyze a variety of administrative, operational, managerial, fiscal, and other issues/problems and make sound recommendations for solutions- Operate a personal computer utilizing a variety of software applications- Work under pressure in a highly dynamic work environment with changing program demands and priorities- Plan, develop, organize, and administer assigned probation programs and services- Prepare concise and accurate reports and other professional documentation- Initiate, develop, and enlist support for probation services in the community- Establish and maintain a professional leadership role- Utilize computer technology- Deal with problems which may be controversial or sensitive in nature- Exercise judgment and discretion in matters of policy design and implementation and personnel management and determine appropriate or alternative actions- Make decisions in accordance with established policies and regulations- Set priorities, plan, assign, supervise and evaluate the work of subordinates- Work safely and support the culture of workplace safety- Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with court employees, users of the court's services, and the public- Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, with persons of diverse ethnic, educational, and economic background- Follow written and verbal instructionsCoconino County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.SDL2017

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