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This position works directly under the supervision of the Drug Court Director and performs work involving coordinating, arranging and administering the various facets of the drug court program.   Interacts with program participants, judicial officials and other judicial branch employees in various aspects of program operation; prepares reports and correspondence related to program activities. Maintains records of program participation; assists in developing policies, procedures and guidelines for program operation; schedules appropriate training sessions related to program operation; coordinates special projects, events and activities as assigned.  Develops and initiates various reports from the program case management system, provides training on system for new employees.


Provides the day-to-day coordination, management and supervision of the county’s treatment courts program, including Drug Court, AIM Court and Mental Health Court.  Position serves as a liaison with the Chippewa Valley Veterans Treatment Court. READ MORE AND APPLY> 


DUTIES:  Interviews and performs substance abuse assessments for persons charged with drug and drunk driving offenses.  Assesses the causes of the offender’s substance abuse and makes recommendations to the court as to appropriate and level of treatment, education, and counseling. Consults and works with prosecuting attorneys and defense attorneys.  Refers people to community rehabilitation programs designed to assist those with substance abuse and mental health problems.  Monitors and supervises all participants in the Drug Court and Drug Treatment Court Program.


The Unified Judicial System is inviting applications for a Drug Court Coordinator position in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The salary is $20.10 per hour.  Duties include functioning as a member of the drug court team acting as the contact point between the community and the court to ensure program effectiveness and success, creating interagency linkages to address client’s ancillary needs in the areas of medical, housing, employment and vocational skills planning; working with team members from treatment, community supervision, and law enforcement to create standards for program compliance; working in conjunction with the Chief Court Service Officer (CCSO) and other team members to prepare financial reports and summaries to inform team members of financial status. Graduation from a college or university with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, sociology, criminal justice, or a related field.  Benefits include paid health insurance, life insurance, generous leave, paid holidays and retirement. Successful completion of a criminal background investigation is required for employment. The closing date for this position is January 1, 2014. To apply: Please submit an electronic application through, Requisition #2466. 


The New Jersey Judiciary is seeking an individual with strong interpersonal and organizational skills to coordinate the training and professional development activities of the central office drug court unit. Under the supervision of the Court Executive 3A and other managers in the Drug Court Unit, Criminal Practice Division, this individual will work to assess the training and educational needs of the vicinage drug court team members. Responsibilities will include: staff drug court related committees; develop manuals, guides, audio-visual aids and other materials to enhance the training, professional development and best practice implementation of the vicinage drug court teams; research, investigate and identify resources and other materials that can be adapted to benefit the goals of the statewide coordination unit and the vicinage drug court teams; collaborate with stakeholder agencies; identify ways to use technology to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of unit operations and vicinage drug court teams; investigate and draft responses to public inquiry regarding statewide drug court operations and other administrative duties as necessary.


The manager of specialized dockets provides support services and resources to the trial courts throughout Ohio. Monitor and assist in the research, development and continuation of various specialized docket programs throughout Ohio courts, including but not limited to, drug courts, mental health courts, domestic violence courts and family courts. The manager is responsible for budget, staffing, and policies within the program.