8588-Division Director, Adult Probation (SFERS)
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Division Director, Adult Probation (SFERS)
|Title||Division Director, Adult Probation (SFERS)|
|Overtime eligibility||Exempt (Z)|
|Labor agreement||Municipal Exec Assoc, Misc|
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CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCES
Title: Division Director, Adult Probation (SFERS)
Job Code: 8588
Under general direction, assists the Chief Adult Probation Officer in the organization, planning and direction of the activities of a major division of the Adult Probation Department; coordinates the units both within the division and with other divisions, departments and agencies; and performs related duties as required.
This classification is the second level supervisor in the Adult Probation Department. Whereas the unit supervisor, Supervising Adult Probation Officer, is responsible for daily supervision over a group of probation officers and related clerical staff, the Division Director, Adult Probation is responsible for the administrative planning and coordination of the units within a division. The Division Director, Adult Probation reports directly to the Chief Adult Probation Officer.
MAJOR, IMPORTANT, AND ESSENTIAL DUTIES
According to Civil Service Commission Rule 109, the duties specified below are representative of the range of duties assigned to this job code/class and are not intended to be an inclusive list.
1. Plans, organizes, directs and coordinates the activities, policies and procedures of a major division of the Adult Probation Department, consisting of a group of geographical or project units; confers with supervising personnel; formulates guidelines; resolves unit problems; disseminates information; keeps statistics for administrative purposes.
2. Assists the Chief Adult Probation Officer by advising on division activities and problems; represents the department in meetings; functions as a liaison with other divisions, departments and agencies; attends and observes court hearings in order to maintain liaison and resolve differences.
3. Reviews and participates in the selection, assignment, training and evaluation of staff.
4. Assists in the planning and preparation of the budget; assists in the coordination and control of supplies and office space.
5. Plans and implements policies and procedures to promote efficient coordination both within the division and with other divisions, departments, and agencies.
6. Develops, evaluates, and recommends policies to the Chief Adult Probation Officer.
7. May supervise a unit in addition to a division, if required.
8. May represent the Chief Adult Probation Officer, if so directed, including serving as acting head of the department.
IMPORTANT AND ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
The principles of human behavior, casework and interviewing;
The applicable sections of State laws and codes;
The functions, organization, policies and procedures of the Superior and Municipal Courts;
The available community resources of public and private agencies;
The function of various government boards and offices.
Plan, coordinate and supervise the activities of a group of probation units in an effective and flexible manner;
Prepare and present verbal and written material to a variety of individuals, representatives and groups.
ORIGINATION DATE: 12/16/2011
BUSINESS UNIT(S): COMMN
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