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CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEPARTMENT - CJC SUPERVISION OFFICER Job Openings by County of El Paso, TX in El Paso

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County of El Paso, TX Recruitment 2021

Detail of : CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEPARTMENT CJC SUPERVISION OFFICER Job Openings in El Paso

Minimum Qualifications Acceptable Experience and Education
Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice or a related field, and two (2) years of full-time experience in either casework or counseling with good interviewing skills. Related experience in a social work or corrections agency which deals with offenders or disadvantaged persons may be substituted for a maximum of thirty hours of college coursework;
Or any other equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Certificates and Licenses Required
Must have or obtain by date of hire a valid driver's license applicable to job responsibilities, with a driving record acceptable to the County of El Paso.
Typical Duties Essential Duties:
Supports the department's mission of enhancing public safety, court appearance and the efficient and effective use of the jail pretrial;
Supervises those who are released with a personal recognizance bond or with conditions of release bond; Monitors compliance with court orders, coordinates services, and recommends additional court action as necessary;
Makes necessary referrals and follow-up of persons released on personal bond or conditions of bond / release to include ensuring clients attend scheduled appointments and court dates; Reminds defendants of court dates by phone, in person or by other electronic means; documents and tracks relevant data.
Conducts a variety of assessments and/or provides drug alcohol screening; supervises the collection of urine samples and administers breathalyzer tests, as necessary, in accordance with established department guidelines;
Appears regularly in court and presents to judges regarding defendant supervision performance, PR bonds, or other court-related matters;
May conduct mental health assessments as assigned; responsible for verifying compliance for mental health, including making phone calls to various entities that will confirm the individual is complying with treatment; Coordinates clients' participation in rehabilitative efforts and provides follow up;
Reviews and tracts daily, weekly, and monthly supervision and progress of individuals who are required to attend diversion programs and track compliance with other court ordered conditions;
Works closely with Mexican Consulate in releasing Mexican nationals from the Detention Facility;
Works in close collaboration with social agencies underlying client welfare;
Assists as directed in the development and improvement of department procedures;
Attends and participates in meetings, trainings, orientations and information sessions;
Stays abreast of new trends and innovations in the field;
Maintains a high level of honesty, integrity and ethics both on and off duty, complying with all county and department policies; remains arrest-free and complies with local, state and federal laws or ordinances;
Maintains a positive team atmosphere and works well with others; participates in team building exercises and nurtures positive relationships with colleagues and coworkers;
Monitors defendant compliance with electronic monitoring devices; ensures prompt follow-up on violations of such devices, including alcohol monitoring devices, GPS and other related devices.
Substitutes, if assigned, for immediate supervisor or coworkers during temporary absences by performing delegated duties sufficient to maintain continuity of normal operations;
Commits self to providing excellent customer service and demonstrate commitment through cooperative team and individual efforts; and
Creates a high quality work culture through participation in and emphasis on training and mentoring to develop leadership, management, and technical skills in self and all employees, including safety related training and skills.
Other Important Duties*
May conduct Pre-release interviews and screens individuals in need of pre-trial supervision or who qualify for a personal recognizance bond or who require conditions added to their surety bond(s);
May review daily jail population report to determine inmates who may qualify for release on personal bond;
May identify, screen, interview and verify information provided by defendants and processes defendants for release; prepares bond release forms for approval by the courts;
Performs other duties as assigned.
Works weekends or evenings as scheduled.
Acts as on-call officer in detention facility on rotating basis.May assist in detention pretrial services as assigned.
May be required to work a flexible schedule and more than 40 hours during the workweek.
Travels to and from court, home visits, and other collateral travel with little or no notice, as assigned.
As members of the County of El Paso Emergency Response System, all El Paso County employees are designated as Disaster Service Workers during a proclaimed emergency and may be required to train on emergency response and/or perform certain emergency services at the direction of their supervisor.
Job Summary Summary of Position
The CJC Supervision Officer provides defendants with appropriate supervision and support services to insure compliance with conditions of their release. Officers provide the El Paso County courts and relevant attorneys with accurate and timely information regarding a defendant's performance while on bond.
Additional Information Minimum Requirements: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Knowledge of: community services and resources for this target population; social work in a corrections agency; casework and counseling principles; PR bond requirements; the principles and practices of effective customer service; principles and practices of training; English usage, grammar, punctuation and spelling; techniques for effective interpersonal communications; modern office procedures, methods and computer equipment to include Windows and Microsoft based products.
Skill/Ability to: be able to defend self against danger when performing duties at all times have mobility within an office and detention facility environment; be able to visually identify clients; be able to handle high levels of stress; be able to rationally prioritize tasks and exercise independent judgment in making decisions and recommendations; be able to initiate and maintain legible documentation on continual basis; be able to plan and execute work both independently and as a team member; display an ability to prioritize and manage several tasks; display a high degree of self-motivation; understand report writing and statistics; time management; operate personal computer using standard office operating software and general office equipment; prepare and maintain records; maintain filing systems; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; be dependable; schedule, and train; to deal with the public courteously and effectively; establish and maintain cooperative and effective relationships with those contacted during the course of work; Pass a Criminal Background Check; Bilingual (English-Spanish) preferred;
Each and every county position requires the following professional skills and abilities as key and
necessary elements of performance: Demonstrate regular and reliable attendance;
Work well with others and participate fully in a team oriented environment;
Interface with other employees and customers in a courteous and respectful manner;
Maintain strict confidentiality;
Project positive support of their department and all county organizations at all times; and,
Maintain and enhance the County's commitment to customer service excellence


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