38th Judicial District CSCD Serving Uvalde, Medina and Real Counties
Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019 @ 8:48AM
Job Title: Community Supervision Officer – Uvalde, Texas office
Pay Range: Commensurate with experience
Education – Required: Bachelor’s degree in related area, ability to obtain CSO certification Experience – Required: None, knowledge of criminal justice system Experience – Preferred: two (2) years direct experience Job Duties: • Ensure the compliance of probationers through supervision • Intake process of new probationers, including criminal history • Prepare legal documentation and reports for and attend court, show cause hearings, revocation hearings, and MTR hearings, etc. • Testify in court and supply information as necessary • Case management • Conduct field visits, curfew checks and bar checks • Responsible for collection of court-assessed fines, costs and fees • Maintain hard and soft files • Computer literate (databases, word process 45 wpm, spreadsheets, etc.) • Interview and counsel probationers in office and field visits, direct and indirect cases • Monitoring probationer adherence to conditions of probation (EM, CSR, AA, treatment, curfew, sex offender state laws and interstate compliance, etc.) • Problem resolution • Research and prepare chrono’s, monthly progress reports, violation reports, request response forms, and other reports as necessary • Develop and implement strategies for case supervision • Perform risk/need assessments and reassessments • Refer probationers to CSR, Counseling, GED classes, TWC, CCF, and OSAT • Perform urinary analysis and oral fluid testing • Monitor internet usage of sex offenders • Prepare correspondence and delinquency letters • Project management • Excellent written and oral communication skills • Professional and respectful etiquette and appearance • Knowledge of and compliance with Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 42.12 and Standards provided by the CSCD handbook and CJAD • Time management skills, organizational skills and motivation • Ability to get along with all types of people, patience • Ability to speak Spanish is very helpful, but not required • Handle phone calls relating to probationers on your caseload • Work hour flexibility to ensure efficient completion of duties and maximum service to probationers • Report violations in a timely manner • Able to travel to out-of-town training sessions as necessary • Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License • Must have a telephone number at which he/she can be reached • Must possess and maintain personal Texas automobile liability insurance • Other duties as assigned by Administration • ICOTS Certified Certificates, licenses, registrations, or diplomas: Must show proof of college degree.
For more information on this job position please contact: Cindy Atkinson, Human Resources Officer firstname.lastname@example.org 830/900-7715