E911 Telecommunicator

Job Function 

Application

 

How to Apply:

  • Complete the Application and bring it with the required documents to: 1300 26th Ave, Meridian MS, 39301, M-F 8-4p -or- Email the completed application and documents to e911@lauderdalecounty.org
  • A Background Check will be performed and, if acceptable, you will be scheduled to take our Computerized Pre-Hire Test
  • Successful Completion of the Pre-Hire Test will get you to the In-Person Interview
  • After Successful Completion of the In-Person Interview you will take a Pre-Hire Vision/Hearing/Drug Screening
  • Upon receiving successful test results, a job offer will be extended

Questions: Call 601-482-9854 -or- Email e911@lauderdalecounty.org

 

Position Benefits:

  • Medical Insurance available
  • Sick/Vacation Time Program
  • Set Scheduling with days off on weekdays & weekends
  • MS State PERS Retirement Program
  • Minimum Starting Wage: $12.36/hr
  • Additional pay for night shift
  • Opportunities for advancement
  • Overtime Opportunities

Official Court Reporter

Job Function

Please send resumes to:

Heather Miles, Court Administrator

500 Constitution Avenue

3rd Floor

Meridian, MS 39301

Drug Court Case Manager 

The 10th Circuit Drug Intervention Court has an immediate opening for the position of Case Manager. The Case Manager will prove casework services to clients enrolled in the intervention drug court program. The employee will work closely with the intervention coordinator, intervention court staff, and the Intervention Court Judge. Essential functions will include but are not limited to: maintaining contacts with drug court clients for various interviews and programs, prepare and process forms and reports, compile data for monthly reporting, administer drug tests, and other duties as identified and assigned by the Intervention Court Judge. This employee will serve at the will and pleasure of the Intervention Court Judge.

This is a full-time salaried position with benefits and requires the following:

A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university; or graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent (GED) and four (4) years of relevant experience and twelve (12) hours of continuing education and training in substance abuse and criminal justice issues.

The deadline for responding to this announcement is Friday, September 30, 2022.

Please submit all inquiries in writing and mail to the following address:

 

Judge Robert T. Bailey

10th Circuit Intervention Drug Court

P.O. Box 1262

Meridian, MS 39302

Intake & Court Services Coordinator\Case Manager\Designee 

SUMMARY

Manages cases coming within the purview of the Mississippi Youth Court System. Collects and enters case information into the Mississippi Youth Court Information Delivery System (MYCIDS). Works with youth who have been alleged to be abused or neglected, in need of special care or supervision, and/or delinquent along with their families. Serves as on-call Court Designee after-hours on a rotating basis. Processes legal documents, completes data entry, handles case management, oversees programs, monitors, and maintains case files, and ankle monitors.  Performs court duties as assigned to them by the Youth Court Judge.

EXAMPLES OF WORK

Develops case plans for children coming before the Youth Court. Monitors the performance of the children and their family as it relates to Court ordered programs. Makes recommendations concerning dispositional alternatives. Provides supervision, leadership, and programs for troubled youth in the juvenile justice system.  Makes referrals to community-based programs. May be required to contact detention centers.  Collects urine specimens and conducts urinalyses.

REQUIREMENTS

A certificate/degree from a two-year course of study or an Associate degree from an accredited two-year college or related field, and two (2) years of experience directly related to the duties listed above;

or

Graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent (GED) and four (4) years of experience directly related to the duties listed above.

Applicant must have exceptional computer skills, be familiar with computerized software, including word processing, and preferably understand the Court system.

 

To submit resumes:

Mail to: Youth Court Judges, P.O. Box 1549, Meridian, MS  39302

               OR

Email: countycourt@lauderdalecounty.org

 

ALL RESPONSES TO BE RECEIVED BY: Friday, October 14, 2022,  AT 5:00 P.M.