The Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County is seeking a Chief Adult Probation Officer who is a proactive, innovative leader and collaborative manager with well-rounded experience in the adult justice system. The Maricopa County Adult Probation Department is an essential component of a larger legal system with legal responsibilities prescribed by the Superior Court. The Chief Adult Probation Officer is expected to maintain a high level of commitment to community safety and furthering the court’s ability to achieve its mission and objectives effectively and efficiently.
Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and five (5) professional references. This information should reflect the size of the organizations, significant accomplishments, scope of responsibility and professional positions held, including dates.
The recruitment is open until filled. First review of resumes is scheduled for Wednesday, August 21, 2019.
Application materials may be submitted via email to:
attn: Sheila Jewell
Following a review of the application package, only those candidates the Judicial Branch believes best meet the needs of the Court will be invited to participate in a panel interview. The successful candidate must pass a background investigation that will include a fingerprint check, psychological evaluation, and polygraph test. Current Probation Department employees will undergo a modified background investigation and will not be required to take a polygraph or psychological test. The Presiding Judge, in consultation with the Judicial Branch Administrator, will make the final hiring decision.