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CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION, PAROLES

Title:  PAROLE AGENT II, ADULT PAROLE (SPECIALIST)
Salary: $6,686.00 - $8,868.00
Posted: 02/18/2014

Job Description:
Under the direction of the Parole Agent III, Adult Parole, the Parole Agent II, Supervisor, Adult Parole, will function both as a case carrier and as a supervisor to a subordinate staff of Parole Agents and office staff, and oversee the day to day operation of the parole-unit as follows:

45% Supervise Parole Agent I’s and clerical/support staff responsible for a set caseload of adult parolees/releasees; provide direction and guidance to staff on policies and procedures related to the parolee function; instruct subordinates on the policies and standards of individual treatment of the adult parolees; consult with staff and provide guidance on complex case issues; make recommendations on reports to paroling authorities; analyze data on unit performance, parolee performance, and paroling authority actions to ensure compliance and conduct caseloads audits. Provide training and mentoring to staff on appropriate courses of action in various situations involving contact with parolees, their family and the community.

25% Directly supervise and counsel a partial caseload of adult parolees/releases; engage in activities designed to bring about the prevention and deterrence of a return by the parolees/releasees to behavior that constitutes parole violations and/or crime; adapt parolee/release treatment program to the individual; confer with parolee/release friends and relatives to explain and interpret the treatment programs with a view toward eliciting their support; investigate proposed parole release programs to determine acceptability; work closely with various public and private agencies concerned with correctional rehabilitation to investigate alleged and/or possible violations of conditions of parole and release, and recommend appropriate case dispositions; and maintain current case history records of cases supervised.

20% Supports the Parole Agent III in parole unit administrative duties, including: responding to citizen complaints; and implementation of new mandates, laws, and programs, such as Parole Reform.

10% Attend meetings, training, and conferences; share in the management of the office site; interact with applicable persons and agencies (including local police, sheriff, non-profit organizations) and act on behalf of the Parole Agent III in his/her absence.

To apply for this position, a State Application (STD 678) must be submitted to the contact person listed. In the “Explanations” section of the STD 678, you must indicate your appointment eligibility (list, transfer, permissive reinstatement, training and development, non-testing appointment, etc.). All types of appointments will be considered. All applicants, regardless of the type of eligibility, must meet the Minimum Qualifications of the classification. To view the Minimum Qualifications, please visit CalHR Job Descriptions and type in either the class code or title of the classification you are applying for.

ALL HIRES ARE SUBJECT TO HIRING FREEZE AND/OR BUDGET APPROVAL

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
PAROLE AGENT II, SUPERVISOR 061 - 467 - 9762 - 108
Location County
SOUTHERN REGION - ORANGE ORANGE
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Permanent   month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
03/14/2014 None Specified
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
SOUTHERN REGION - ORANGE COUNTY
21015 PATHFINDER ROAD, 200
DIAMOND BAR, CA 91765
BARBARA VASQUEZ
909 468-2300

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