|Juvenile Probation Officer
||$32,893.29 - $37,004.95
||To assure that juveniles brought to the attention of the courts receive the guidance, care, and control, preferably in each juvenile's own home, which will best serve the emotional, mental, and physical welfare of the juvenile and the best interest of the state. Also, to protect society more effectively by substituting for retributive restitution, recognizing that the application of sanctions which are consistent with the seriousness of the offense is appropriate in all cases
||Requires a 4-year degree in psychology, criminal justice, education, or a related field. In addition, 2-3 years of experience in the field is required. Must attend a 40-hour Juvenile Probation Officer certification course and complete the annual continuing education requirements. Candidates with training or certification in the areas of mental health, abuse, substance abuse and other related topics will be stronger candidates. Prefer someone that is bilingual in Spanish and English, but not required, will be able to increase entry level pay for those which can fluently speak Spanish and English. Must be able to maintain confidentiality and exercise a strong ability to manage multiple demands and time. Person that can work in a fast pace office with youth and families in the Juvenile Justice System. Must be able to quickly problem solve and have excellent communication skills with the public and all other stakeholders involved with the families. Office hours are 8-4:30, however, this position will have nontraditional hours in the evening and weekends as well be available to assist families and staff by being available 24/7 if an emergency arises.
SEND RESUMES TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Director of Emergency Communications/9-1-1
|| Supervises and directs the activities of the emergency communications centes. Develops priorities, assigns and evaluates work of staff; implements work standards; ensures performance standards are met. Assists with the planning, direction and control of the installation, maintenance, operation and repair of the County Emergency Communication/9-1-1 systems; evaluates new emergency communications systems and procedures for integration into the County system; assists departments in emergency communications planning and purchasing to ensure capability with the overall County system; inspects installations and systems for proper maintenance and for compliance with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and other appropriate regulations. Assist in the development of the emergency communications division budge. Administer the communications training program for all agency staf. Maintain schedule and operational coverage for the emergency communications center. Ensure reports, statistical records, etc. are maintained and available as required by law. Disseminate updates on procedures and ensure understanding among the staff and supervisor. Maintain knowledge of current emergency communication technology. Maintain and develop programming and minor maintenance capabilities of a wide range of two-way radio and console communications equipment. Responsible for routine checks at the radio communication tower sites as well as respond to sites as needed. Serves as a liaison to the Sheriff’s Office, Police Departments, Fire Departments, elected officials, supplemental agencies, and other community members in regards to emergency communications issues. . Act as the Public Information Officer and representative of the emergency communications/9-1-1 department. Assist the Division of Public Safety with needed functions (operation and staffing during emergencies, EOC activations, etc.) In the absence of a public safety representative, The Director of Emergency Communications/9-1-1 may be required to fill in as the on-call representative. Respond as requested and/or required to emergency situations. Assist cooperative agencies with development of Standard Operating Guidelines for various emergency contingencies, and update them regularly. Project manager for communication tasks of moderate scope involving communication systems, services and/or future requirements. Conducts or oversees research, makes sound recommendations based on analysis of data, and implements changes. As the project lead, will be responsible for the maintenance and operations of the primary and secondary automated Emergency Notification System, in non-emergencies and emergencies. (BCAlert) Facilitate the development and implementation of yearly communications training program for all agency staff. Develops and establishes policies, procedures and protocols to administer effective and efficient standards of emergency communications services.
||Education and/or Experience: Formal education or a combination of education and experience may be accepted.
B.A. or B.S. from an accredited four-year college or university preferred or six years of experience in multi-user agency communications department with four of those years in a supervisory capacity. (Law, Fire, Emergency Medical, and Emergency Services).
APCO Registered Public Safety Leader Certificate (RPL) preferred
APCO Telecommunicator 1 certification or equivalent.
SEND RESUMES TO: MICHAEL.WADDLE@BENTONCOUNTYAR.GOV
• Successful completion and certification of required ACIC/NCIC training.
• Administrative and managerial experience in public safety required.
• 9-1-1 training
||Central Communications (CENCOM)
||Individuals must be flexible to work weekends, holidays, and any shifts. Will be required to submit to and pass a drug screen and have no disqualifying criminal history.
||High School Diploma or GED with one or more years of emergency communications or public service related experience preferred. Knowledge of law enforcement, emergency management and response procedures, and the geography of Benton County preferred. Must also have a valid Arkansas Driver's License. Please complete the Emergency Communications Application and email to: OEC@bentoncountyar.gov
|Deputy Prosecuting Attorney---
THIS IS A STATE POSITION
||A Deputy Prosecuting Attorney is responsible for the prosecution of criminal defendants in the Nineteenth Judicial District West, Benton County, Arkansas. Responsibilities include attending court for all hearings, making charging decisions, conducting investigations and maintaining contact with officers and victims of crimes. There will be required training and continuing education courses.
||Must possess a bachelor's degree and a Juris Doctorate in law and successfully passed the Arkansas Bar Examination and be licensed as an Attorney at Law by the Supreme Court of Arkansas.
SEND RESUMES TO: email@example.com
||Jail Deputies are responsible for the daily operation of the Jail ensuring the safety of the facility for both inmates and staff.
||HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA GED -- YOU MUST FILL OUT THE SHERIFF'S APPLICATION AND HAVE ALL PAPERWORK REQUIRED ATTACHED AT THE TIME IT IS SUBMITTED. YOU CAN PRINT THE APPLICATION OFF OUR WEB-PAGE www.bentoncountyar.gov YOUR APPLICATION MAY BE SUBMITTED BY MAIL OR IN PERSON AT THE BENTON COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE 1300 SW 14TH BENTONVILLE