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Announcement Number: 17-15
City, State: Providence, RI
Permanent Position: Permanent
Job Grade: CPS 29/30
Minimum Salary: $77,105
Maximum Salary: $148,119
Closing Date: 2/16/2018

Position Summary: 

The United States Probation Office for the District of Rhode Island is looking for a Supervising Probation Officer to join our management team. We are seeking a motivated individual to serve in a critical leadership position within the office. As an integral part of the management team, the Supervising Probation Officer is responsible for driving and measuring organizational excellence, while leading staff, coordinating major office initiatives, and fostering teamwork to achieve common goals.

A Supervising Probation Officer is responsible for the quantity and quality of services provided by a unit of probation officers and support personnel. A supervisor serves as a positive role model, mentor, and coach for staff and has a variety of administrative and operational duties. The incumbent communicates, supports, and enforces the policies and procedures of the district.

We are seeking a third Supervisor. Responsibilities will include overseeing the Pretrial and

Presentence Investigations Unit, as well as additional functions to be determined.

Download Job Details PDF: Rhode-Island-Probation SUSPO_1715-2018.pdf

Position
Supervising United States Probation Officer
Location
Providence, RI
Date opened
Closing date

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