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POSITION: MENTAL HEALTH/VETERAN’S COURT COORDINATOR
SALARY RANGE:  $44,894 - $70,947           
 
Job Summary:  Under supervision of the Court Administrator or the Deputy Court Administrator, administers and coordinates all mental health and veteran’s court services to ensure the program’s compliance with all court policies and procedures.  Assists in planning, organizing, coordinating, directing and evaluating the assigned program to ensure optimum efficiency and effectiveness.  Manages daily operations and filing  systems.  Reports on  sanctions and incentives or lack thereof.  Develops enforcement and correction linkages to improve supervision and agency coordination.  Minimum travel is required within and outside the county and/or within and outside the state.  Educates referral sources and the community on eligibility standards and program goals.  Develops team building activities and conducts staff replacement training.  Develops and maintains fee systems.  Ensures that offenders are evaluated in a timely and competent process. May assist in the preparation of grant applications and in administering grant funds.  Due to nature of duties, additional work time may be required.  Performs other tasks as assigned.
 
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Court Administration, Criminal Justice, Sociology or a closely related field, supplemented by three (3) years’ experience within the criminal justice environment, particularly within the court environment, or any combination of experience and training which provides the equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the work. Must possess working knowledge of the criminal justice system, courts, and principles and techniques of office management, work simplification and records control.  Must be knowledgeable of mental illness, addiction, alcoholism and pharmacology.  Possess knowledge of gender, age and cultural issues.  Possess knowledge of data and information processing systems, as well as financial procedures and practices.  Must possess effective oral and written communication skills.  Possess effective negotiation, problem solving and goal setting skills. Possess valid driver’s license. APPLY HERE>

Program Director; Taos County, NM

The Taos County Adult Drug Court is hiring for a full time Program Director. This position included a balance of clinical and administrative responsibilities including supervising 3-4 Drug Court staff, facilitating clinical supervision on a weekly basis, maintaining a caseload of 5-10 Drug Court Clients, auditing Drug Court Clinical records on a regular basis and keeping them up to state and federal standards. Also acts as the liaison between the Drug Court Provider (Tri-County Community Services) and the 8th Judicial District Court.  Responsible to accessing referrals for the Drug Court Program, and maintaining regular communication with the referral sources. Must be able to attend Drug Court on Monday evenings from 4pm-7pm.  Must have knowledge of co-occurring issues, 12 step programs, and basic recovery principles. Must be comfortable with public speaking. Experience working in the legal system is a preferred. Must have at least 5 years of experience in the chemical dependency field. Must be licensed or be eligible for licensure as a LADAC, LPCC, or LISW in the State of New Mexico. If in recovery, must have two years  of documented sobriety.  Please email your resume and cover letter to ksemerad@tccsnm.org.



Under limited supervision, manages and coordinates all drug court services to ensure compliance with State and local standards, certification requirements, policies and procedures.  Has primary responsibility for planning, organizing, directing and evaluating all components of the drug court program to ensure optimum efficiency and effectiveness. Participates fully as a drug court team member. Selects, trains and supervises professional staff and support personnel. Develops written protocol, procedures and program literature.  Works closely with treatment providers to maintain the effectiveness and integrity of the program.  Negotiates and monitors treatment and ancillary service contracts.  Develops and maintains a record keeping system which ensures the appropriate level of confidentiality, while providing accurate, pertinent and timely information.  Develops resource and funding strategies, including the pursuit of federal and state grant opportunities.
Clinical Coordinator; Decatur, GA

Manages and coordinates the clinical and/or treatment services for the DeKalb County Drug Court, Track 1 programming. Supervises additional treatment staff and the development of treatment plans, clinical recommendations, and delivery of evidence-based curriculums (CBI, MRT,etc.). 



Alternative Treatment Coordinator; Appleton, WI

Develops and manages various programs as alternatives to jail. Develops program policies, procedures and goals, coordinates Veterans Court and other alternative programs, screens and assesses candidates for alternatives to jail programs, refers candidates for programming as needed, collects data and prepares outcome reports, supervises volunteers and interns involved in diversion programs, prepares or assists with preparation of grant applications, and provides training and/or basic information to the public and various agencies and committees.

Drug Court Coordinator, Baltimore, MD
The Drug Court Coordinator will serve as the Problem Solving Courts (PSC) Coordinator responsible for the overall planning, management oversight, and daily operations of the Drug Court Program in District 1, Baltimore City. This position administers and maintains records of all Office of Problem Solving Courts (OPSC) grant awards and ensures timely and accurate delivery of the grant reports to the OPSC. The Coordinator also researches, writes, and acquires internal and external grant funding and manages the program budget; submitting quarterly financial and statistical reports. In addition, the incumbent performs needs assessment involving program related training and improvements, supervises a team of Drug Court Case Managers, assigns cases for case management, reviews work completed by staff, oversees personnel actions and training of staff, participates in court proceedings, and communicates with outside agencies and organizations. Performs all other duties as assigned. To learn more about how to apply for this position please follow this link: http://mdcourts.gov/jobs/pdfs/940188.pdf (EOE)


The Program and Ancillary Services unit of the Court Services Division is seeking a Court Operations Analyst to provide statewide program support, technical assistance and information to District courts and State Court Administration in formulating and implementing Minnesota Judicial Branch strategic initiatives integrating a judicial problem solving approach into court operations for cases involving alcohol and other drug (AOD) addicted offenders, offenders with mental health issues, and offenders who are veterans.


Whatcom County is implementing a Mental Health Court – an innovative approach to handling repeat  criminal offenders who have significant mental health issues. This new position is responsible for the  design, implementation and coordination of the Mental Health Court Program. Working in collaboration  with all members of the Mental Health Court team, the Program Manager will provide leadership and  professional expertise to reduce involvement with the criminal justice system where other effective treatment options exist. Please visit our website, www.whatcomcounty.us/jobs to review the full job description.


The Center for Court Innovation, a project of the Fund for the City of New York,  is seeking a smart, energetic person to serve as a Senior Program Associate in the Department of Drug Court Programs. The Senior Program Associate will work on a variety of state and national projects, with a strong focus on national training and technical assistance. The Senior Program Associate will report to the Director of Drug Court Programs. 



The Twelfth Judicial Circuit is seeking to fill the Sarasota County Drug Court Coordinator position. This is responsible professional and administrative work managing the daily operations of the Drug Court Program and  
providing oversight to the Mental Health Court Program. Duties include, but are not limited to, designing, developing, implementing and coordinating treatment-based drug courts; managing daily operations – including staff supervision;  
participating in daily operations – working with judges, attending court, program intake/assessments, monitoring groups; acting as liaison with community agencies; researching, writing, preparing and/or monitoring grants and grant  
projects; preparing and/or overseeing monthly, quarterly and annual statistics and reports. 



The Federal Judicial Center is the federal courts' agency for research and continuing education. Congress established the Center in 1967 as a separate organization within the federal judicial system at the request of the Judicial Conference of the United States. A nine-member board, chaired by the Chief Justice of the United States, determines its basic policies. The Education Division produces educational programs, materials, and resources for federal court of appeals, district, bankruptcy, and magistrate judges and for federal judicial branch employees, including persons serving in clerk of court, probation, and pretrial services offices. Subject areas for judges include substantive and procedural legal topics, case and calendar management, ethics, and leadership and management.  Subject areas for other court personnel include selected technical skills, ethics, and leadership and management. The division delivers education and resources through a variety of means including: in-person programs to which participants travel; in-person programs conducted in courthouses for local participants; audio-, video-, and web conferences; programs and materials delivered over the courts’ intranet; and in printed publications.

The New Jersey Judiciary is seeking a Drug Court Manager to lead the staff and operations of the Drug Court Unit of the Criminal Practice Division. Under the direction of the Court Executive 3B (Assistant Director for Criminal Practice), the selected individual will have interactions and work closely with the Criminal Presiding Judges, Drug Court Judges, Criminal Division Managers and Drug Court Coordinators. The Drug Court Manager will be responsible for the oversight of the Judiciary’s Adult Drug Court Program, the implementation of the expanded (mandatory) drug court program and the special purpose drug court funding. This individual will ensure implementation of the program’s best practice standards, prepare and justify budgets; complete an update to the drug court manual; collaborate with stakeholder agencies; identify ways to use technology to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of unit operations and vicinage drug court teams; evaluate work assignment/performance and statistical reports and employ good judgment for the purposes of determining resolutions to local and statewide challenges. The selected individual will also participate in local and statewide committees and conferences and represent the NJ Judiciary in various state and national initiatives related to the drug court program.