Compliance OfficerSuperior Court of California, County of San Joaquin
$23.80 - $28.94/hourly
Superior Court of California, County of San Joaquin is recruiting for a Compliance Officer. This is a full-time contract, grant-funded position in the Collaborative Justice Department and serves the court and community by providing professional casework services for adult offenders and their families.
All applicants must submit an online court application by 11:59PM Friday, January 12, 2018.
Requires: certifications and one (1) year of experience with Adult or Juvenile programs; seeking male applicant pool to administer urine test for the male clients we serve.
Please see job announcement at www.sjcourts.org for details on requirements and how to apply
Equal Opportunity Employer
The incumbent works in the Collaborative Justice Department and serves the Court and community by providing professional casework services for adult offenders and their families; supervises drug court clients and works toward their rehabilitation; conducts investigations; monitors and enforces client's compliance; carries out special assignments; and does other related work.
- Conducts intake interviews; administers various tests; obtains client background information; orients clients on program requirements. Maintains records of assigned clients; documents progress notes, doctor's appointments, court appearances, and other pertinent information; prepares routine reports and correspondence. Assists clients in establishing plans to address social, cultural, familial and personal factors contributing to substance abuse. Learns to identify community resources to refer clients to appropriate resources and ancillary services.
- Makes reports to the Court; researches case histories; interprets a variety of complex technical materials, including medical, legal, financial and scientific reports and documents; interviews clients, families, victims, schools, and others to formulate goals and treatment plans for clients; compiles data, establishes facts, draws valid conclusions and submits recommendations.
- Represents the Department during Court proceedings by making persuasive presentations of facts, defending recommendations and testifying as a witness; prepares files and/or serves legal papers.
- Supervises a caseload of adult clients to ensure compliance with terms and conditions of the program; explains conditions of the program to clients and families; makes referrals to treatment programs and educational services and assesses progress during the program.
- Works with health, social services, group homes, or other support agencies to assesses the progress, development and ongoing needs of clients; makes periodic reports to the Court on client status; counsels and acts as liaison between clients, families, and others; makes recommendations for dismissal of cases where satisfactory or unsatisfactory progress has been achieved; resolves crises.