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Field Vacancy Announcements

Drug Court Case Manager

Front Royal, VA

This position is responsible for managing an assigned caseload of adults diagnosed with substance use disorders. The incumbent is responsible for assessing client needs, developing, implementing, and reviewing service plans, and working with Northwestern Community Services Board staff and other community resources in meeting/achieving client service need.

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Drug Court Therapist

Front Royal, VA

This position is responsible for performing diagnostic assessments, SSPI’s, developing treatment plans, and providing direct treatment services for adults experiencing substance use disorders through individual, group, and family therapy as well as Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) in a substance use continuum of care modality.

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Drug Court Therapist

Woodstock, VA

This position is responsible for performing diagnostic assessments, SSPI’s, developing treatment plans, and providing direct treatment services for adults experiencing substance use disorders through individual, group, and family therapy as well as Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) in a substance use continuum of care modality.

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Specialty Court Bureau of Justice Assistance Risk and Needs Triage Tool (BJA RANT) Analyst (Analyst 2)

Oregon

This is a full-time, limited duration position, currently funded through September 30, 2026. If you are a current OJD regular status employee, acceptance of a limited duration status position does not change your status to limited duration (although trial service may still apply). See Judicial Department Personnel Rules 2 and 6 for more information or contact your HR Manager.

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Specialty Court Bureau of Justice Assistance Risk and Needs Triage Tool (BJA RANT) Analyst (Analyst 3)

Oregon

This is a full-time, limited duration position, currently funded through September 30, 2026. If you are a current OJD regular status employee, acceptance of a limited duration status position does not change your status to limited duration (although trial service may still apply). See Judicial Department Personnel Rules 2 and 6 for more information or contact your HR Manager.

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Court Program Specialist II (Veterans Treatment Court Case Manager) - Circuit Criminal Division (State OPS Funded)

Florida

The essential function of this position within the organization is to perform case management functions for Veteran Treatment Court clients. The primary role of this position is to assist the court in providing case management services and court supervision to veteran participants and consistently monitoring court and treatment progress and compliance. Case managers will gather and track up-to-date case information and prepare court reports, facilitate communication between all parties, schedule client case conferences, recommend options and alternatives for court consideration and minimize duplicate efforts. The position works under the supervision of the Veterans Treatment Court Coordinator and work is reviewed on the basis of case staffing, conferences, reports, and review of case files.

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In addition, applicants with questions about the posting can contact the FL Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) Human Resources Division at (305) 349-7351 or send an email to: jobs@jud11.flcourts.org.

Apply by February 12, 2023

Family Treatment Court Coordinator (Program Coordinator 3)

Clackamas County Circuit Court, Oregon City, Oregon

The Oregon Judicial Department’s Clackamas County Circuit Court in Oregon City, Oregon is hiring for a Family Treatment Court Coordinator to join the team. In this role, you will facilitate the exchange of information among the Family Treatment Court (FTC) team members, including internal and external parties. You will also prepare, facilitate, and document FTC team staff meetings related to program processes, treatment status, and compliance. Researching opportunities for program application process and funding. Seeking out opportunities for making presentation in the community, informing the programs goals and initiatives.

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Apply by December 11, 2022

Drug Court Coordinator (Program Coordinator 2)

Washington County Circuit Court, Hillsboro, OR

The Oregon Judicial Department’s Washington County Circuit Court in Hillsboro, Oregon is hiring for a Drug Court Coordinator to join the team. In this role, you will develop drug treatment plans, work directly with Adult Drug Treatment Court program participants and community partners, and maintain regular contact with the judge about drug court matters—including recommending individuals for treatment programs.

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Apply by November 27, 2022

Coordinator of Specialty Dockets and Grants - State of Maine Judicial Branch

Augusta, ME

This is a highly responsible administrative position responsible for helping the Judicial Branch establish, maintain, staff, coordinate, operate, and evaluate specialty dockets and pilot projects in the Trial Courts; soliciting and administering grants and grant funding; and maintaining the specialty docket efforts statewide and within the Judicial Branch.

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Apply by November 18, 2022

Senior Project Associate - Policy Research Associates, Inc. (PRA)

Remote

Policy Research Associates, Inc. (PRA) is seeking a full-time Senior Project Associate to provide subject matter expertise, direction, and support across multiple projects focused on expanding access to community-based behavioral health and support services for adults within the criminal legal system.

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Senior Legal Specialist - Veterans Treatment Court Coordinator

Hillsboro, OR

Oversee the daily operations of the VTC program including: administrative tasks to support the VTC, coordinating some services for participants, serving as a liaison between VTC partner agencies, scheduling meetings and training for the treatment team and helping ensure that the VTC is achieving its performance goals. Assist the VTC treatment team in developing, capturing and communicating useful and useable information for key stakeholders and other audiences, plus other duties found in link.

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Apply by November 6, 2022

Program Manager

Eighth Judicial District Court - Taos, New Mexico

The Eighth Judicial District Court is recruiting a Program Manager. The Program Manager is responsible for program development for the District treatment courts- Adult Drug Court, Family Domestic Violence Court and Behavioral Health Court, including: identifying and applying for state, federal and private grants to support specialty court expansion and sustainability; researching and reporting on established and emerging best practices for specialty courts, including preparing professional development and training sessions for contracted providers and team members; designing, implementing and managing data collection procedures to support reporting requirements; analyzing data and preparing reports for the broader community, including other justice system stakeholders, elected officials, press, and laypeople, to communicate specialty court impacts. For the full job posting and application information, please reach out to Amy Seidel, HR Administrator, taodaas@nmcourts.gov.

Probation Officer/Specialty Court Coordinator

Little Traverse Bay Bands Tribal Court, Harbor Springs, MI

The Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians (LTBB) is a sovereign Indian Tribe whose primary government building is in Harbor Springs, Michigan. Harbor Springs is a resort community on the beautiful waters of Lake Michigan. The Tribal Court is a court of general jurisdiction hearing cases including, but not limited to: criminal, civil, drug court, domestic violence, and children welfare cases. The LTBB Tribal Court is looking for a person with a probation officer background who wants to do more than compliance, but who instead wants to help people change their lives for the better through the Tribal Court’s Specialty Court programs and probation program.

To learn more about this position, click here. To apply, contact the HR department at hr@ltbbodawa-nsn.gov.

Case Manager

County of Cheshire, NH

Cheshire County is seeking an experienced Case Manager to work with criminal justice involved individuals diagnosed with a substance use disorder, co-occurring disorders and/or severe and persistent mental health disorders. Candidates must have knowledge and experience working with individuals living with above mentioned issues.

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Program Manager

Healing To Wellness Court, Sitka, AK

Sitka Tribe of Alaska (STA) is seeking a Program Manager for its new Healing to Wellness Court, a jail diversion program for individuals who have committed nonviolent substance abuse-related crimes. The structure for the new court and all protocols are in place. The Program Manager will be responsible for day-to-day operation of the court from its very first case. They will serve as a liaison between the Tribal government, state court and local law enforcement personnel, and community service providers. They will promote the mission of the program in Sitka. The Program Manager will oversee a Community Supervision Officer who will work with individuals in the diversion program.

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Community Supervision Officer

Healing To Wellness Court, Sitka, AK

Sitka Tribe of Alaska (STA) is seeking a Community Supervision Officer for its new Healing to Wellness Court, a jail diversion program for individuals who have committed nonviolent substance abuse-related crimes. The Community Supervision Officer position will have an essential role in promoting accountability, recovery, and success for program participants. They will have primary responsibility for supervision and case management for individuals in the program. They will monitor participant compliance with court orders and may work collaboratively with the Department of Corrections for participants who are dually supervised.

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Evaluation Project Director/Research Associate - NPC Research

NPC Research, a nationally recognized human services research and evaluation firm headquartered in Portland, Oregon, is seeking a full-time Evaluation Project Director/Research Associate. This position may be filled by either a Portland-based or remote candidate. Telecommute options are available; however, occasional travel throughout the U.S. may be necessary.

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Specialty Courts Administrator

Van Buren County, Michigan

Under the general supervision of the Trial Court Administrator, the Specialty Courts Administrator is responsible for researching funding opportunities, applying for grants, managing grant awards, supervising specialty court staff, and overseeing all specialty court and pretrial programs in accordance with grant requirements and county policies.

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Community Supervision Officer/Assessor

Houston, Texas

Assesses clients to determine criminogenic risk and needs.  Uses the Texas Risk Assessment System (TRAS) to develop recommendations for clients.  Interviews clients and determines the appropriate parts of the assessment that need to be administered.  Writes complex documents that are used to designate clients to the proper programs and services.

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Community Supervision Officer

Houston, Texas

Provides responsible supervision to assigned clients to ensure compliance with Court ordered conditions thereby providing a service to the Courts of Harris County, the community and the clients on probation.

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CSO Assistant

Houston, Texas

Provide assistance to CSOs in caseload management.

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Administrative/Program Assistant - The New England Association of Recovery Court Professionals (NEARCP)

The NEARCP will work with the successful candidate to orient that person to recovery/drug courts in New England. The program assistant for the association will: directly assist the organization's executive director and president by working with them on supporting the board and committees on a variety of projects and priorities; assist with maintenance and updating of records and of the website, providing content updates and new content, working alongside the Website Development/Communications Committee; support the executive director with daily administrative tasks; support the development and organization of the various conferences and webinars.

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Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Care Coordinator

San Felipe Pueblo, New Mexico

The Pueblo of San Felipe Contemporary Tribal Court seeks to fill the position of a Healing to Wellness Court (HWC) Care Coordinator/Information Specialist on a part-time contractual basis. This is a professional and highly visible position that has broad HWC case management responsibilities. The incumbent will perform a variety of duties to administer and efficiently support the HWC. Under the direction of the Tribal Court Judge and Court Administrator, this position will be primarily responsible for administering the HWC from initial intakes to graduation and after care for participants along with recording and inputting cases into the court case management system. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Chief Judge and Court Administrator.

Send questions and application to:

Hon. Mekko M. Miller
Judge
Pueblo of San Felipe Contemporary Tribal Court

MMiller@sfpueblo.com

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