Wichita County Adult Probation

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(Standards for CSCD's 566 KB) You may download and review the Standards for CSCD's here.
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  • WICHITA COUNTY

    COMMUNITY SUPERVISION & CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT

    JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

    AP 157

     

    The Community Supervision and Corrections Department (Adult Probation) is posting for:

     

    POSTING TITLE:  Community Supervision Officer

     

    POSITION FUNCTION:  Direct Supervision Officer

     

    SALARY:  Based on education and experience plus benefits

     

    QUALIFICATIONS:  Applicant must meet SCREENABLE JOB REQUIREMENTS

                                        (See page 2)

     

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:  Job Description available at the Wichita County Community Supervision and Corrections Department (Adult Probation) or at www.wcprob.org.

                           

    APPLICANTS FOR THIS POSITION MAY OBTAIN AN APPLICATION PACKET FROM THE WICHITA COUNTY COMMUNITY SUPERVISION AND CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT (Adult Probation) AT 600 SCOTT ST. IN WICHITA FALLS, TEXAS OR FROM THE CSCD WEB SITE AT WWW.WCPROB.ORG.

     

    Applicants must submit the following: 

    1) Completed Wichita County CSCD Employment Application

    2) Resume

    3) Copy of college transcript indicating degree awarded and date degree awarded

    Submit all materials to Margaret Rogers at the Wichita County Community Supervision and Corrections Department (Adult Probation).

     

    All positions in the Wichita County Community Supervision and Corrections Department (Adult Probation) are partially funded through money allocated by the State Legislature.  Should these funds be deleted or reduced for any reason, reductions in staff levels to accommodate available revenues may be required.

     

     

    Margaret Rogers

    Wichita County CSCD

     

    AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

    It is the policy of the Wichita County Community Supervision and Corrections Department (Adult Probation) to recruit, hire, train, and promote persons in all job categories without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or handicap.  It is the policy of the Wichita County Adult Probation Department to consider best-qualified individuals according to ADA standards.  Requested reasonable accommodations will be considered and the Director will make final accommodation determinations after consultation.  Contact Margaret Rogers, designated ADA representative, for special needs at 940-766-8213.

     

     

    WICHITA COUNTY COMMUNITY SUPERVISION & CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT

     

    JOB POSTING INFORMATION SHEET

     

     

    ANNOUNCEMENT #:  AP 157

     

    POSITION TITLE:  Community Supervision Officer

     

    POSITION FUNCTION:  Direct Supervision Officer

     

    CLOSING DATE:   Until selected

     

    SCREENABLE JOB REQUIREMENTS:

     

    Applicant must meet minimum education qualifications for a Texas Community Supervision Officer.

    Applicant must be 21 years of age or older at the time of employment.

    Applicant should have general knowledge of Texas Department of Criminal Justice-Community Justice Assistance Division’s Standards for Community Supervision and Corrections Departments in Texas (May 2013) and the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Articles 42.12 (2014 Edition).  These materials may be reviewed at the Adult Probation Department. 

    Applicant should have general knowledge of counseling methods, community resources, and problem solving techniques.  Experience in keeping detailed records is desirable.

    A data entry test, keyboarding / word processing test and a language arts test will be administered to those applicants chosen for interview.

    Applicant must possess a valid Texas Class “C” driver’s license and proof of liability insurance. 

    Applicants cannot currently be on community supervision (probation) or parole or be serving a sentence for a criminal offense (See Job Description for more detailed information).

    A person employed as a peace officer, or is a volunteer or reserve peace officer, is not eligible for appointment as an adult probation officer.

    A criminal history (NCIC and TCIC) background check will be conducted on all applicants selected for interview.  A criminal records check by fingerprint, a driving history and a pre-employment drug test will be conducted on the applicant selected for the position.

     

    Minority applicants are encouraged to apply.

     

    The ability to speak Spanish fluently is desirable.

     

    Experience using a personal computer is required.

     

    Preference will be given to applicants who are fluent in Spanish, all other qualifications being equal.

     

    (cscdapp 60 kb) You may download and print the application form.
  • cscdapp.pdf

  • (jobdesc 45 kb) You may download and print the job description.
  • jobdesc.pdf