Adult Probation Officer I/II – Juneau, AK

Adult Probation Officer I
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in any field

Or substitution:
Four years of paraprofessional experience in probation, parole, criminal justice, juvenile justice, social services, corrections, criminal investigation, public safety or law enforcement.

Or substitution:
Four years in any combination of post secondary education from an accredited college and paraprofessional experience in probation, parole, criminal justice, juvenile justice, social services, corrections, criminal investigation, public safety or law enforcement (3 semester or 4 quarter hours of post-secondary education are equal to one month of experience).

Adult Probation Officer II
A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in any field
And
One year of entry level professional experience in probation, parole, criminal justice, juvenile justice, social services, criminal investigation, public safety or law enforcement, or as a social services case manager or counselor.

Or substitution:
Four years of paraprofessional experience in probation, parole, criminal justice, juvenile justice, social services, corrections, criminal investigation, public safety or law enforcement.
And
One year of entry level professional experience in probation, parole, criminal justice, juvenile justice, social services, criminal investigation, public safety or law enforcement, or as a social services case manager or counselor.

Or substitution:
Four years in any combination of post secondary education from an accredited college and paraprofessional experience in probation, parole, criminal justice, juvenile justice, social services, corrections, criminal investigation, public safety or law enforcement (3 semester or 4 quarter hours of post-secondary education are equal to one month of experience).
And
One year of entry level professional experience in probation, parole, criminal justice, juvenile justice, social services, criminal investigation, public safety or law enforcement, or as a social services case manager or counselor.

There is no substitution for the one year of professional experience.

Special Note:
At the time of employment a qualified applicant must: be 21 years of age and a United States citizen; have a high school or home school diploma recognized or certified by a state or a local school district within a state as having met that state’s graduation requirement; or have a General Educational Development certificate.

Possess a valid driver’s license issued within the United States at time of appointment.

Individuals not continuously employed since February 9, 1991, by the State of Alaska Department of Corrections in a “correctional officer,” “probation officer,” or “parole officer” position, as defined by 13 AAC 85.900, are subject to requirements established by Alaska Police Standards Council (APSC). As a condition of continued employment, these individuals must obtain a basic correctional officer certificate issued by the APSC within 14 months of hire.

Any employment action that resulted in discharge, resignation in lieu of discharge, or discipline, must be disclosed at the time of application to vacancies within this classification. Applicants who fail to provide this information will be deemed to be ineligible for interview or further consideration. Applicants with an employment action that makes them ineligible for certification under APSC regulations will be ineligible to receive an interview or further consideration.

For purposes of the minimum qualifications for this job class, “misdemeanor” means:
1) A crime classified as a misdemeanor in Alaska at the time the crime was committed.
2) A crime committed in another jurisdiction for which there was a conviction in that jurisdiction by a civilian or military court is a “misdemeanor” conviction if the crime has elements similar to those of a misdemeanor under Alaska law at the time the offense was committed.
3) An offense punishable as a misdemeanor in Alaska or under the law of another jurisdiction, that results in a completed suspended imposition of sentence, expungement of record, or a pardon, is considered a “misdemeanor” conviction unless the offense was committed by the person before the age of 21.

A qualified applicant may not:
Have been convicted of any felony or a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence by a civilian court of Alaska, the United States, another state or territory, or by a military court.

Have been convicted during the past ten (10) years by a civilian court of Alaska, the United States, another state or territory, or by a military court of a crime of dishonesty or moral turpitude, of a crime that resulted in serious physical injury to another person, or of two or more driving under the influence offenses.

Have illegally manufactured, transported, or sold a controlled substance during the past 10 years, provided you were under 21 years of age at the time.

Have illegally used a Schedule IA, IIA, IIIA, IVA, or VA controlled substance during the past 5 years, provided you were at least 21 years of age at the time.

Have used marijuana during the last year, provided you were at least 21 years of age at the time.

Have been denied certification by the Alaska Police Standards Council or the responsible certifying agency in any other issuing jurisdiction unless the denial, revocation, or surrender has been rescinded by the council under 13 AAC 85.270 or by the responsible certifying agency of the issuing jurisdiction.

Have ever used a controlled substance while employed as a certifiable municipal, state, federal peace officer, correctional officer, adult probation officer, or military law enforcement officer.

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