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Community Supervision

Hall County

Listing Summary


This position is responsible for community case support of participants active in an accountability court program. This position will work directly with individuals diagnosed with substance use and/or other mental health disorders involved in the criminal justice system. This position will conduct home visits, assist participants in accessing transportation, support participants in seeking vocational opportunities, help ensure attendance at treatment and court sessions, and conduct medication counts to ensure compliance. This position reports to the Program Coordinator. 



  • Provides limited para—professional social services to participants
  • Provides administrative support to the treatment staff members
  • Updates and maintains accurate information regarding participant’s healthcare and social background
  • May, under professional supervision, provide psychoeducational services to participants
  • Prepares, updates, and maintains clear and concise notes in participant’s charges, as required by departmental policy
  • Provides appropriate input in developing and maintaining a network of community contacts
  • Helps participants perform community integration activities
  • Attends and participates in treatment team meetings and court sessions
  • Assists in planning and implementing effective activities for participants
  • Assists in monitoring participant’s progress towards treatment goals
  • Provides referrals to facilitate continuity of care
  • Teaches daily living skills to clients and monitors/documents progress
  • Focuses on skill development and assists with linkage to resources in the community
  • Transports participants, as needed. Maintains accurate mileage log according to departmental policy. A county vehicle will be provided for such use. Will notify Director of maintenance issues with county vehicle and will assist in scheduling regular appointments for regular maintenance of upkeep of vehicle.
  • Makes visits to participant’s homes to ensure ongoing safe and appropriate living conditions as determined by program policy
  • Conducts medication counts with all participants and reports and compliance issues to team
  • Maintains confidentiality of all participants and office information as required by Federal law
  • Prepares and submits required reports and other documentation, as requested
  • Provides appropriate emotional support and encouragement to participants and assist in the resolution of minor problems
  • Assists participants in locating and utilizing community resources, included legal, medical, financial assistance, and other referral services as needed
  • Works under the supervision of the Program Coordinator
  • Assists with drug testing collection as needed
  • Regular and predictable attendance is required
  • Performs other duties as required



Education and Experience:

One year full-time (or equivalent part-time) work experience in social services delivery (case management, outreach, prevention/education, etc.) or one year of full-time work experience performing direct care activities, basic nursing procedures, and training for clients at a level of a health services technician. An Associate’s degree in social work, psychology, nursing, and/or education is required. Incumbent must be able to work in the fast-paced environment of the courts under limited supervision. Individual must have knowledge of Microsoft Suite. 

Licenses and Certifications:

Valid Georgia driver’s license.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • General knowledge of County organizational structure and complex Treatment Services operations;
  • Demonstrated proficiency in oral and written communications; 
  • Extensive experience and skill in developing effective working relationships with other departments and the general public; 
  • Demonstrated skill in developing and maintaining positive customer relations; 
  • Knowledge of mental health and/or substance use disorders and effective treatment;
  • Extensive skill in operating a personal computer, various software applications, Internet, multimedia programs, and calculator. 

ADA Minimum Qualifications:

Physical Ability: Essential functions of this position continuously require the ability to remain in a stationary position (sitting or standing); operate a computer and other office machinery, such as a calculator, copier, and printer. Incumbents must continuously be able to think analytically; handle stress and emotion, concentrate on tasks, remember names and other details; examine and observe details; make decisions, and adjust to change. Incumbents must also continuously direct others; meet deadlines; stay organized; use math/calculations and use a keyboard/type.

Essential Functions frequently require the ability to move about inside the office; and move/transport items up to 10lbs.

Essential functions occasionally require the ability to bend body downward and forward by bending spine and legs, and twisting at the waist, hips or knees; reach overhead; push or pull; and repetitively use hands/arms/legs. Incumbents in this position are occasionally required to be on-call and work irregular hours. 

Sensory Requirements:  Essential functions regularly require the ability to use effective verbal and written communication; and use of hand/eye coordination and fine manipulation to use equipment.

Environmental Factors: Essential functions of this position continuously require the ability to either work with others or work alone. 

This class specification should not be interpreted as all inclusive.  It is intended to identify the major responsibilities and requirements of this job. The incumbent may be requested to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification.

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