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CURRENT JOB POSTINGS
DOUGLAS COUNTY, IL
The Douglas County Probation Department will be accepting Cover Letters and Resumes for the position of Adult/Juvenile Probation Officer. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS IN GENERAL FOR PROBATION PERSONNEL Any person employed by the Probation and Court Services Department of any county or circuit after January 1, 1978 shall be: 1. A Citizen of the United States, 2. A resident of the circuit or within a 30 minute commute to the department in which she/he is employed, and 3. Otherwise generally qualified as provided by law or rule of the court. The following are specific minimum qualifications, by professional position, for probation/court services personnel: 1. Non-Supervisory Personnel "Non-supervisor" is defined as a probation or court services officer with no professional staff under his or her administrative direction or control. Any person employed after January 1, 1978, by the Probation or Court Services Department of any county or circuit in a non-managerial, non-supervisory position shall have obtained a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Submit Cover Letters and Resumes to: Douglas County Probation 401 S. Center St., room 101 Tuscola, IL 61953 NO LATER THAN MAY 31, 2021 ***Applicants must be on the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts eligibility list.*** Must meet residency requirements within 90 days of obtaining employment.
An application can be accessed on the County Clerk’s page of the Douglas County website: www.douglascountyil.com or can be requested by calling the Douglas County Clerk & Recorder at 217-253-2442. Completed applications along with a resume attached should be returned to Judi Pollock, Douglas County Clerk & Recorder, P.O. Box 467, Tuscola, IL 61953.
Position Requirements: Accounts Payable, Tax Extension and Tax Redemption, along with general knowledge of office procedures with the ability to multi-task in a diverse office environment. Applicants should also have experience in Word, Excel, and possess strong mathematical skills. The position will also require the ability to work independently. Successful applicants are required to learn all aspects of the office that will include vital records, elections, recording, and County Board procedures.