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Specialty Court Coordinator Treatment C...

Company name
The Administrative Office of the United States Courts

Location
Naples, FL

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KEY REQUIREMENTS

• Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in sociology, psychology, criminology or a related field. Additional relevant experience may substitute for the recommended education on a year-for-year basis.

• Professional experience in a criminal justice system and/or investigative, and/or case management setting preferred

• Knowledge of Collier County Court System

• Knowledge of relative Collier County community resources

• Knowledge of mental health and substance abuse service providers in Collier and surrounding counties

• NCIC/FCIC Certification required (within 6 months of hire)

• Ability to work an adjusted work schedule until 6:00 p.m. or until court concludes

• A valid Florida Driver's license, with an acceptable driving record

• Travel within and outside of Collier County to attend meetings, trainings, seminars and conferences as needed

SUMMARY

This position is responsible for case management and tracking activities that provide assistance to the Drug, Mental Health, Veterans and other Treatment Court teams, as well as the felony case management team which includes the Judiciary and treatment providers. Early intervention and expediting eligible defendants into Treatment Court programs is a primary objective. The Treatment Court Case Manager's responsibilities involve extensive planning, organizing, coordinating, and monitoring activities in accordance with policies and procedures, judicial standards, Florida Statutes, as well as the Ten Key Components for Treatment Courts. The position is responsible for complete work product including data collection and word processing. Decisions made are in response to changing conditions and often require discretion and conceptual analysis of data and situations and may frequently require the approval of supervisor and Drug, Mental Health, and Veterans Court or other Treatment Court Judges before implementation.

The core responsibilities for this position are: (1) Case Management; (2) Liaison to treatment providers and court personnel; (3) Administrative; (4) Program enhancement and coordination; and (5) Other duties as assigned.

Examples of Duties:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The following duties are normal for this position. The omission of specific statements of the duties does not exclude them from the classification if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment for this classification.

(1) Case Management:

• Responsible for the expedited movement of qualified cases into Drug, Mental Health, and Veterans Courts and other Treatment Courts.

• Process eligible cases through the system in an organized and timely manner

• Update teams with new case information and status of existing cases weekly

• Learn appropriate state statutes and best practices that affect the programs

• Implement the 10 key components of Drug Court into the program

• Ensure processes used in Drug, Mental Health and Veterans Court comply with approved program goals

• Perform felony case management duties.

(2) Liaison:

• Develop and maintain cooperative working relationships with State Attorney, Defense Counsel, Treatment Providers, Law Enforcement, Probation, Judiciary and community resources

• Serve as liaison between team members and the Court

• Responsible for continued and frequent contact with interested parties including service providers for the purpose of clarifying intent, explaining rationale, advising of appropriate or desired course of action, securing information and coordinating court services

• Consult with the Drug, Mental Health and Veterans Court Judges on a wide range of organizational and managerial issues including but not limited to the Court's efficiency and internal and external quality assurance

(3) Administrative:

• Maintain case records of defendant participation, sentence, and program status, including the number of cases:

• Referred to clinical assessment

• With a negative finding

• Referred to SAO for eligibility determination

• Qualified for Drug, Mental Health, Veterans or other Treatment Courts

• With rejected referrals

• Where either side opts out of program prior to acceptance

• With participants sanctioned

• With expelled participants

• Drug test results; frequency, positive, and negative screens

• Drug Court graduate's arrests

• Drug, Mental Health and Veterans Court participants

• Record levels attained by participants and other relevant data to both programs and grant requirements

• Perform various other diverse tasks and assignments as required in connection with the operation of specific Treatment Courts

• Data collection and analysis

(4) Program Enhancement and Coordination:

• Plan, implement, administer, and monitor day-to-day activities of Drug, Mental Health, Veterans and other Treatment Courts

• Serve on all Court Teams and as a representative to the Mental Health & Substance Abuse Planning Council

• Coordinate and attend staffing prior to each individuals court session where case progress will be discussed

• Organize and coordinate training for Drug, Mental Health, Veterans Court Team and other Treatment Court teams

• Create and maintain transitional training guides for both teams

• Develop, attend, and participate in conferences, meetings, and committees as the Treatment Court representative

• Schedule case staffing and court hearings

(5) Other Duties as Assigned

Typical Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Knowledge of:

• Effects of drugs, alcohol and mental illness on behavior

• Social environment of the county and of particular trends and patterns of society

• Resources and various programs available and applicable to the specific needs of persons

• Basic structure of the Florida State Courts System and the criminal justice system

• Knowledge of The Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure

• Local, state, and federal guidelines, rules, regulations, and statutes as they pertain to Treatment Courts

• Recent developments, literature, resources, and best practices in Treatment Courts

• Knowledge of mental health and substance abuse service providers in Collier and surrounding counties

• Research methods, statistics, and data collection techniques

• Computer applications, including but not limited to: Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook

Ability to:

• Deal politely, effectively, and professionally with defendants from various backgrounds, who are experiencing a variety of stressful conditions

• Effectively interpret general policy, criteria, and procedures for specific situations

• Conduct investigations and to compile information to prepare and deliver accurate and detailed reports to the court orally and in writing

• Establish and maintain working relationships and interact with Criminal Justice agencies, Judges, and treatment providers

• Provide effective, accurate, professional, polite, friendly, and prompt customer service to the public and other agency personnel, AOC employees, and the Judiciary

• Maintain confidentially as appropriate

• Maintain detailed and accurate records

• Train others as needed

• Drive an automobile

• Travel to meetings, trainings, seminars and conferences within and outside of Collier County as needed

• Conduct grant research and submit reports

• Efficiently operate a computer and utilize Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook

• Maintain consistent and regular attendance, which is required

• Work an adjusted work schedule until 6:00 p.m. or until court concludes

Supplemental Information:

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

• Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in sociology, psychology, criminology or a related field. Additional relevant experience may substitute for the recommended education on a year-for-year basis

• Professional experience in a criminal justice system and/or investigative/and or case management setting preferred.

• Knowledge of Collier County Court System preferred.

• Knowledge of relative Collier County community resources preferred.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

• A valid Florida Driver's license, with an acceptable driving record is required within 10 days of hire

• Crisis Intervention Training

• NCIC/FCIC certification is required within six (6) months of hire date

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

Company info

The Administrative Office of the United States Courts
Website : http://www.uscourts.gov

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This section of uscourts.gov provides statistical data on the business of the federal Judiciary. Specific publications address the work of the appellate, district, and bankruptcy courts; the probation and pretrial services systems; and other components of the U.S. courts.

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