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Nature of Work:

To gather and compile arrestee data and maintain bond records for each Judge and the Parish Prison. Work is performed under the direction of the Bail Bond Coordinator.

Examples of Work:

(A given position may or may not include all of the duties listed. The examples provided do not cover all of the duties, which the incumbent of this position may be required to perform.)

Compiles and maintains all information on arrestees for first appearances at call out.

Performs criminal background history checks on all arrestees.

Interviews felony arrestees and maintain records reflecting arrest data and case histories.

Ascertains whether an arrestee has a pre-set bond and initiate the process for release.

Advises the general public on the process of posting surety and property bonds for the release of an inmate.

Forwards all intake bail/bond information to the main office including interview form, affidavit for probable cause and criminal history.

Forwards all judicial bond settings to the appropriate authorities at the Parish Prison.

Performs any other duties as instructed by the Judges and the Bail Bond Coordinator.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge and understanding of the organization, functions, responsibilities, practices and procedures of the Court.

Ability to prioritize and perform multiple tasks at the same time.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations with general public and law enforcement as necessary in the work of the Court.

Ability to anticipate and correct problems in an expedited manner.

Ability to work independently in the absence of supervision and ability to maintain the highest standard of integrity and observe confidentiality in all Court matters. May 3, 2021


Qualification Requirements:

High School diploma or its equivalent.

Hourly Pay:

$9.00

Schedule:

20 hours per week (8 hours during the week and 12 hours over the weekend) May 3, 2021


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS REQUIRED TO PERFORM DUTIES OF

BAIL BOND INTERVIEWER

In order to comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, all applicants are asked to read, complete and sign this document.

The Bail Bond Interviewer must be able to do the following. Please place a check mark () beside each item you are able to perform with or without accommodation.

_____ Exercise independent judgment; recognize potential problems with effective resolution.

_____ Maintain accurate and complete bail bond records.

_____ Communicate clearly, concisely and persuasively, both orally and in writing.

_____ Adhere to Court rules, policies and procedures.

_____ Organize, prioritize and manage workload efficiently.

____ Provide supervision, direction and mentoring to subordinate employees.

_____ Prioritize and perform multiple tasks at the same time.

_____ Exercise diplomacy in demanding situations and maintain cooperative working relationships with judges, attorneys, co-workers and the public.

_____ Work independently in the absence of supervision and ability to maintain the highest standard of integrity and observe confidentiality of Court matters.

_____ Maintain a working and cooperative relationship with law enforcement agencies while working at the parish prison.

_____ Work a regular Monday through Friday schedule of eight hours with occasional

overtime as required.

I certify that I am willing and able to perform the above requirements with or without accommodation.

___________________________________________ __________________________

Signature of Applicant Date


Submit a completed application to:  19thJDCResume@19thjdc.org

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The Court is committed to providing equal employment opportunities. We will not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally-recognized basis, including but not limited to, veteran status, race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, national origin, physical or mental disability, age, protected genetic information, or sickle cell anemia. No person or employee, no matter his or her title or position, has the authority, expressed, actual, apparent or implied, to discriminate against or harass another employee of the Court.

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