๐Ÿ’ผ Probation Officer

Career Description
A probation officer is responsible for supervising individuals who have been convicted of a crime and sentenced to probation instead of jail time. They are responsible for creating and implementing rehabilitation plans, conducting regular check-ins, monitoring progress, and ensuring compliance with court-ordered conditions. Probation officers need strong communication and interpersonal skills to build trust with their clients and work collaboratively with other criminal justice professionals. They must also be skilled in case management, risk assessment, and conflict resolution. The demand for probation officers is expected to remain stable in the future, and the job offers a good work-life balance.
Hard Skills
Case Management Criminal Justice Risk Assessment Investigation Conflict Resolution Verbal Communication Written Communication
Soft Skills
Empathy Problem Solving Decision Making Communication Time Management
Relevant Educations
Criminal Justice Social Work Psychology Sociology Counseling
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Introvert friendly
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Standard Work Hours Flexibility
Demand in alabama this week
Low