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DEPUTY JUVENILE OFFICER I|II-SPECIAL SERVICES

  • ... St, Louis, Missouri, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 41002 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 01, 2024       Expires on:

DEPUTY JUVENILE OFFICER I|II-SPECIAL SERVICES   

JOB TITLE:

DEPUTY JUVENILE OFFICER I|II-SPECIAL SERVICES

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

St, Louis Missouri United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Deputy Juvenile Officer I/II-Special Services


The 22nd Judicial Circuit-Juvenile Division seeks applicants for a Deputy Juvenile Officer I-II in the
Special Services department.
Candidates must have a Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Criminal
Justice, Administration of Justice, Public Administration, Business Administration, Court
Management or related field.
Degree must be from a school accredited in the chosen field.
Prefer
two years of experience in Social Work or a related field.
Must have a valid drivers license, proof of
liability insurance and an automobile that can be used on duty (mileage reimbursement is provided).

Must be at least 21 years old.
Salary range is $41,002.
Please email resumes to:
stl.
resumes@courts.
mo.
gov.
See www.
stlcitycircuitcourt.
com and click on Employment
Opportunities for complete job description.
EOE

TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF MISSOURI
FAMILY COURT - JUVENILE DIVISION



JOB DESCRIPTION

DEPARTMENT: Special Services (320)

CLASS TITLE: Deputy Juvenile Officer I-II

SALARY RANGE: $41,002.
00

REPORTS TO: Unit Supervisor and Unit Assistant Supervisor

CLASS DEFINITION: Under day-to-day supervision of Unit Supervisor & Assistant Supervisor.

Deputy Juvenile Officer I-II's are responsible for servicing a caseload of children and their
families who have been referred to the Juvenile Court and performs investigations into the
social history of youth who come before the Court in compliance with the Juvenile Officer
Performance Standards.
Deputy Juvenile Officers may be assigned to any of a number of
units in the Intake or Supervision sections.
Provides recommendations to the Court
concerning those youth based on their social findings and the nature of the referral to the
Juvenile Division.
Interacts with numerous outside agencies and individuals.
Maintains an
ongoing caseload, always closing and opening some cases within specified time frames.



JOB DUTIES:

  • Perform initial, in-depth interview to accurately assess client situation and environment.

  • Conduct home, school, detention and community visits, with the purpose of gathering further
pertinent assessment information.


  • Act as an advocate for clients to ensure their best possible care and promote their future

welfare.


  • Testify before the Court as to the current environment and social history of a given client and
propose a plan that would best serve the needs of said client.


  • Locate appropriate placement facilities, e.
    g.
    , relative, community/private agencies and/or

State institutions, which would best fit the status of given clients commensurate with their
needs and abilities.


  • Provide a myriad of ongoing services and casework consistent with the needs of children and

their families and the unit of assignment.


  • Participate in one's own annual evaluation to assess personal goals and professional growth.

  • Prepare a written Social Investigation Report or other court reports to accurately reflect
assessments along with proposed plans of intervention.


  • Employ the Five Domains of Wellbeing framework in daily case management and written
reports.


  • Work closely with a wide variety of agency and community personnel in relation to case

matters.


  • Attend family support meetings and team decision meetings as required.

  • Attend Team Support Approach meetings as required.

  • Transport youth locally and to placements/services throughout the state of Missouri.

  • Visit youth in Detention a minimum of one time per week.

  • When appropriate, make recommendations to the Court that youth be committed to the
custody Division of Youth Services or certified to adult court.


  • Required to be on call and work unusual hours occasionally to participate in evening or

weekend programs/events and to address client needs.


  • Make timely computer entries into the justice information system, including case notes.

  • Create documents in Word on a frequent basis.

  • Other duties as may be assigned.


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Considerable interviewing skills to professionally assess

and appropriately intervene in client systems.
The ability to express ideas verbally and in
written form to report meaningful case data to reflect professional assessments and
appropriate interventions.
Excellent grammar and writing composition skills.
The ability to
prioritize tasks and manage multiple concurrent deadlines effectively.
Requires knowledge
of community resources, childcare agencies and other institutions in the provision of related
services.
Working knowledge of the Juvenile Code, Missouri Supreme Court Rules and the
Juvenile Officer Performance Standards preferred.
Must have the ability to use Word for
creation of reports.
Must have the ability to become proficient in the justice information
system for client data entry.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must possess a Bachelor's

Degree in social work, criminal justice, administration of justice, public administration,
business administration, court management or related area.
Degree must be from a school
accredited in the chosen field.
Prefer two years of experience in Social Work or a related
field.
Must have a valid drivers license, proof of liability insurance and an automobile that
can be used on duty (mileage reimbursement is provided).
Must be at least twenty-one years
of age.
EOE





January, 2023

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 01, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

41002 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707127415-90dd74f1b7ed2facd8230417bae2d80c

LOCATION:

Missouri United States

CITY:

St, Louis

Job Origin:

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The 22nd Judicial Circuit-Juvenile Division seeks applicants for a Deputy Juvenile Officer I-II in the
Special Services department. Candidates must have a Bachelors Degree in Social Work, Criminal
Justice, Administration of Justice, Public Administration, Business Administration, Court
Management or related field. Degree must be from a school accredited in the chosen field. Prefer
two years of experience in Social Work or a related field. Must have a valid drivers license, proof of
liability insurance and an automobile that can be used on duty (mileage reimbursement is provided).
Must be at least 21 years old. Salary range is $41,002. Please email resumes to:
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Opportunities for complete job description. EOE

TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF MISSOURI
FAMILY COURT - JUVENILE DIVISION



JOB DESCRIPTION

DEPARTMENT: Special Services (320)

CLASS TITLE: Deputy Juvenile Officer I-II

SALARY RANGE: $41,002.00

REPORTS TO: Unit Supervisor and Unit Assistant Supervisor

CLASS DEFINITION: Under day-to-day supervision of Unit Supervisor & Assistant Supervisor.

Deputy Juvenile Officer I-II's are responsible for servicing a caseload of children and their
families who have been referred to the Juvenile Court and performs investigations into the
social history of youth who come before the Court in compliance with the Juvenile Officer
Performance Standards. Deputy Juvenile Officers may be assigned to any of a number of
units in the Intake or Supervision sections. Provides recommendations to the Court
concerning those youth based on their social findings and the nature of the referral to the
Juvenile Division. Interacts with numerous outside agencies and individuals. Maintains an
ongoing caseload, always closing and opening some cases within specified time frames.



JOB DUTIES:

  • Perform initial, in-depth interview to accurately assess client situation and environment.
  • Conduct home, school, detention and community visits, with the purpose of gathering further
pertinent assessment information.

  • Act as an advocate for clients to ensure their best possible care and promote their future

welfare.

  • Testify before the Court as to the current environment and social history of a given client and
propose a plan that would best serve the needs of said client.

  • Locate appropriate placement facilities, e.g., relative, community/private agencies and/or

State institutions, which would best fit the status of given clients commensurate with their
needs and abilities.

  • Provide a myriad of ongoing services and casework consistent with the needs of children and

their families and the unit of assignment.

  • Participate in one's own annual evaluation to assess personal goals and professional growth.
  • Prepare a written Social Investigation Report or other court reports to accurately reflect
assessments along with proposed plans of intervention.

  • Employ the Five Domains of Wellbeing framework in daily case management and written
reports.

  • Work closely with a wide variety of agency and community personnel in relation to case

matters.

  • Attend family support meetings and team decision meetings as required.
  • Attend Team Support Approach meetings as required.
  • Transport youth locally and to placements/services throughout the state of Missouri.
  • Visit youth in Detention a minimum of one time per week.
  • When appropriate, make recommendations to the Court that youth be committed to the
custody Division of Youth Services or certified to adult court.

  • Required to be on call and work unusual hours occasionally to participate in evening or

weekend programs/events and to address client needs.

  • Make timely computer entries into the justice information system, including case notes.
  • Create documents in Word on a frequent basis.
  • Other duties as may be assigned.


KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Considerable interviewing skills to professionally assess

and appropriately intervene in client systems. The ability to express ideas verbally and in
written form to report meaningful case data to reflect professional assessments and
appropriate interventions. Excellent grammar and writing composition skills. The ability to
prioritize tasks and manage multiple concurrent deadlines effectively. Requires knowledge
of community resources, childcare agencies and other institutions in the provision of related
services. Working knowledge of the Juvenile Code, Missouri Supreme Court Rules and the
Juvenile Officer Performance Standards preferred. Must have the ability to use Word for
creation of reports. Must have the ability to become proficient in the justice information
system for client data entry.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Must possess a Bachelor's

Degree in social work, criminal justice, administration of justice, public administration,
business administration, court management or related area. Degree must be from a school
accredited in the chosen field. Prefer two years of experience in Social Work or a related
field. Must have a valid drivers license, proof of liability insurance and an automobile that
can be used on duty (mileage reimbursement is provided). Must be at least twenty-one years
of age. EOE





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