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The Probation receptionist provides office reception in accordance with approved internal procedures and policies. These positions include duties of both an operational and technical nature to ensure the smooth and efficient operation of the office and to support probation officers in a wide range of areas. These areas include secretarial support as relates to investigative and supervision unit duties. This work also includes lower level administrative support duties such as filing, copying, distributing mail, inputting data, answering phones, typing, formatting, proofreading, assembling reports, and scanning and uploading files.
The Drug Analysis Technician provides technical support services to officers through the efficient operation of an on-site regional lab facility. This position is located in the U.S. Probation Office in the Eastern District of Missouri and reports directly to the Supervising Drug and Alcohol Treatment Manager.
By statute, probation officers serve in a judiciary law enforcement position and assist in the administration of justice and promote community safety, gather information, supervise offenders, interact with collateral agencies, prepare reports, conduct investigations, and present recommendations to the court. Officers may guide the work of probation officer assistants and other staff. Officers perform duties that involve general probation cases.
This position is located in the U.S. Probation Office. The System Specialist will perform digital forensic examinations on various types of digital devices. The incumbent will receive, document, examine, and ship digital evidence, maintaining a strict chain of custody. The System Specialist will provide administrative and technical support to the Court in a wide range of areas, including providing support for complex projects including analyzing the needs of end-users and develops and implements solutions and training