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Chief adult probation officer: Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco.

The chief adult probation officer (CAPO) is hired by and reports to the judges of the San Francisco Superior Court and is subject to the direction of the court with input from the board of supervisors and the mayor.

This key leadership position oversees a staff of 136 in major service areas that include investigation, supervision and offender collections. The CAPO is a key contributor to the various criminal justice task force committees and will be seen as a forward-thinking professional working toward developing a stronger community corrections model.

Bachelor's degree required (advanced preferred) from an accredited college or university in a behavioral science, social work, criminal justice, public administration or related field. At least 10 years of progressively responsible social welfare experience in probation (local or federal), corrections or public safety, or experience dealing directly with criminal justice programs, with five years supervisory and administrative experience.

Confidential inquiries to Heather Renschler at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure and application available at www.ralphandersen.com. Resume review to begin June 30. The Superior Court of California, County of San Francisco is an equal opportunity employer.
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Date:Jun 1, 2006
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