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Probation and Parole Officer District 16

In Missouri United States

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Probation and Parole Officer District 16   

JOB TITLE:

Probation and Parole Officer District 16

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Troy Missouri United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

A position in the Missouri Department of Corrections is more than a job.
It's a calling.
Corrections employees transform lives, equipping Missourians in the criminal justice system with the skills they need to contribute to their communities, inside and outside our walls.
More than 95 percent of people who enter the prison system ultimately are released.
We want to make sure theyre good neighbors.


We offer great benefits!
Missouri State Employee Retirement System / Deferred compensation plan / Health insurance (medical, vision, dental for employees and family) / Paid life insurance / Long-term disability insurance / Cafeteria plan / Paid holidays / 10 hours annual leave per month / 10 hours sick leave per month / Uniforms provided when required / Pre-service and in-service training / Access to credit union / Direct deposit of paycheck (required) / Employee health, wellness and safety initiatives / MOST 529 College Savings Program

Investigates offender's home/work/social environments for circuit courts/Board of Probation and Parole; collects/verifies/evaluates data; incorporates into reports and records; assesses needs/risk levels to determine appropriate supervision strategies to ensure effective offender management/public safety; and submits reports thereof to designated legal authorities

Contacts offenders in their homes, places of employment or confinement and counsels them regarding personal/adjustment problems; attends court to receive court assignments/make reports

Assists in vocational/educational/social adjustment planning for assigned offenders; cooperates with public /private agencies and law enforcement agencies; investigates offender violations; takes appropriate action including issuance of a warrants

Prepares statistical reports of activities; administers/observes breathalyzer/urinalysis testing; assists in special investigations/research projects/other activities; serves on committees/task forces within the Department and community; performs other related work as assigned; as employee becomes more experienced/demonstrates proficiency, levels of supervision become more general

Possession of a valid vehicle operators license

Successful completion of safety training including defensive tactics and the ability to re-qualify annually.

Minimum Qualifications:

Four or more years or more of vocational or higher level experience is required in social services, probation and parole, corrections casework or custody, guidance and counseling, education, psychology, sociology, mental health, substance use, law enforcement, or a closely related area; AND possession of a valid vehicle operators license.

(Earned credit hour from an accredited college or university may substitute on a year-for-year basis for the required experience, at a rate of 30 credit hours for one year)

All requested documents MUST be received by the closing date listed.

Some positions are eligible for a shift differential of $173.
34 semi-monthly, which is provided to employees with shifts that begin on or between 12:00pm (noon) and 5:00am, and who work at a 24/7 worksite (i.
e.
institution, transition center, supervision center, or command center), or whose work requires regular visits to these locations.
If selected for interview, eligibility may be discussed at that time with the hiring manager.

The Department of Corrections is the only State agency that currently offers a guaranteed 1% pay increase for every two years of service up to 20 years!

The Missouri Department of Corrections is proud to have a tradition of promotion from within for employees looking for and seeking distinctive career paths.
As you work for the department, we invite you to consider your goals and make choices to actively head toward them.
We seek to recognize employees who serve with distinction.

DOC.
Employment@doc.
mo.
gov

Position Details

POSTED:

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

45382.32 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707130665-57677bc33973475133d633667d83822e

LOCATION:

Missouri United States

CITY:

Troy

Job Origin:

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A position in the Missouri Department of Corrections is more than a job. It's a calling. Corrections employees transform lives, equipping Missourians in the criminal justice system with the skills they need to contribute to their communities, inside and outside our walls. More than 95 percent of people who enter the prison system ultimately are released. We want to make sure theyre good neighbors.

We offer great benefits!
Missouri State Employee Retirement System / Deferred compensation plan / Health insurance (medical, vision, dental for employees and family) / Paid life insurance / Long-term disability insurance / Cafeteria plan / Paid holidays / 10 hours annual leave per month / 10 hours sick leave per month / Uniforms provided when required / Pre-service and in-service training / Access to credit union / Direct deposit of paycheck (required) / Employee health, wellness and safety initiatives / MOST 529 College Savings Program

Investigates offender's home/work/social environments for circuit courts/Board of Probation and Parole; collects/verifies/evaluates data; incorporates into reports and records; assesses needs/risk levels to determine appropriate supervision strategies to ensure effective offender management/public safety; and submits reports thereof to designated legal authorities

Contacts offenders in their homes, places of employment or confinement and counsels them regarding personal/adjustment problems; attends court to receive court assignments/make reports

Assists in vocational/educational/social adjustment planning for assigned offenders; cooperates with public /private agencies and law enforcement agencies; investigates offender violations; takes appropriate action including issuance of a warrants

Prepares statistical reports of activities; administers/observes breathalyzer/urinalysis testing; assists in special investigations/research projects/other activities; serves on committees/task forces within the Department and community; performs other related work as assigned; as employee becomes more experienced/demonstrates proficiency, levels of supervision become more general

Possession of a valid vehicle operators license

Successful completion of safety training including defensive tactics and the ability to re-qualify annually.

Minimum Qualifications:

Four or more years or more of vocational or higher level experience is required in social services, probation and parole, corrections casework or custody, guidance and counseling, education, psychology, sociology, mental health, substance use, law enforcement, or a closely related area; AND possession of a valid vehicle operators license.

(Earned credit hour from an accredited college or university may substitute on a year-for-year basis for the required experience, at a rate of 30 credit hours for one year)

All requested documents MUST be received by the closing date listed.

Some positions are eligible for a shift differential of $173.34 semi-monthly, which is provided to employees with shifts that begin on or between 12:00pm (noon) and 5:00am, and who work at a 24/7 worksite (i.e. institution, transition center, supervision center, or command center), or whose work requires regular visits to these locations. If selected for interview, eligibility may be discussed at that time with the hiring manager.

The Department of Corrections is the only State agency that currently offers a guaranteed 1% pay increase for every two years of service up to 20 years!

The Missouri Department of Corrections is proud to have a tradition of promotion from within for employees looking for and seeking distinctive career paths. As you work for the department, we invite you to consider your goals and make choices to actively head toward them. We seek to recognize employees who serve with distinction.

DOC.Employment@doc.mo.gov


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