These are all the jobs available with the Judicial Branch at this time.
Last update: Monday, July 21, 2014
As of June 16, 2014, all job
applications must be submitted via HR Online. Paper
applications will not be accepted. The only
exceptions to this are: Court Interpreter, Temporary
Assistant Clerk I, Temporary Court Recording Monitor
and Temporary Paralegal.
Click the HR Online link to access the system. Enroll in HR Online and click Available Jobs to apply for positions. Note that if you cannot complete your enrollment in one session, you can save your work and return later to complete the enrollment.
|Job Title and Description||Closing Date||Job ID|
|Juvenile Detention Classification and Program Officer Trainee||08/04/14||14-7000-040|
All applications must be submitted through HR Online.
Paper applications will not be accepted. Exceptions to this are:
Court Interpreter, Temporary Assistant Clerk I, Temporary Court
Recording Monitor and Temporary Paralegal.
E-mail questions to: HR.Recruitment@jud.ct.gov
|Continuous Recruitment Statewide:|
JUVENILE DETENTION CLASSIFICATION AND PROGRAM OFFICER TRAINEE - (Bridgeport and Hartford)
The CT Judicial Branch is seeking qualified professionals to conduct classification, program placement interviews and assessments of juvenile detainees; assist in obtaining alternative placement and in educational planning; direct presentations and counseling sessions; may exercise physical control over detainees; knowledge of child psychology and development; psychological, economic and emotional factors influencing the behavior and attitudes of children; considerable interpersonal skills; computer, oral, and written communication skills; working evenings, weekends and holidays. Valid motor vehicle license required.
Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree.
Applications must be received by August 4, 2014. Applications should be submitted through the on-line application site at: https://www.jud.ct.gov/hronline/. Paper applications will not be accepted.
Please reference posting number #14-7000-040
CLINICAL COORDINATOR - (Bridgeport and Stamford)
The Connecticut Judicial Branch, Court Support Services Division, is seeking licensed mental health professionals to provide a range of clinical support services relative to delinquency and status offender cases at Superior Court-Juvenile Matters locations. The clinical coordinator program is a new and innovative service to the juvenile court intended to support the court in determining clinical or other needs of the child.
Duties include but are not limited to the following: assess cases for appropriateness for forensic evaluation including but not limited to psychiatric, psychological, sex offender, substance abuse, and multidisciplinary evaluations and referral for psychiatric hospitalization treatment; conduct assessments as directed by the court providing clinical diagnoses when appropriate and treatment recommendations and/or plans; provide routine and crisis consultation to court personnel; conduct conferences with parents, probation officers, attorneys, and the Department of Children and Families; utilize mediation and negotiation skills to facilitate agreement on necessary evaluations and the forensic questions to be answered; confer with the presiding judge to discuss case status, mental health issues and court policies and procedures; provide guidance, technical assistance and training for involved parties on mental health issues, assessments, treatments, evaluation procedures, and other social issues related to juvenile delinquency and status offending.
This position will provide services to both the Bridgeport and Stamford Juvenile Courts and Juvenile Probation Offices. It is intended that the Clinical Coordinator will be stationed at the Bridgeport court four days a week and the Stamford court one day a week, though the distribution of hours may change based on demand. A licensed clinician is required to provide the necessary behavioral expertise and consultation to juvenile judges, attorneys, and probation officers.
Minimum Qualifications: Licensed or license eligible in Connecticut as a physician, psychologist, social worker or equivalent and three years of professional experience in child/adolescent mental health or forensic mental health. Incumbents may be exposed to some risk of injury from assaultive/abusive clients, and may be exposed to disagreeable conditions when interviewing detained clients.
Applications must be received by July 28, 2014. Applications should be submitted through the on-line application site at: https://www.jud.ct.gov/hronline/. Paper applications will not be accepted.
Please reference posting number #14-7000-038