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Court Investigator/Program Manager

SUPERIOR COURT TUOLUMNE COUNTY   Sonora, CA   Full-time     Legal
Posted on January 7, 2023
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Court Investigator/Program Manager

Annual Salary: $71,496.26-$87,282.21 (40 Hours/Week)

The Superior Court of CA, County of Tuolumne is hiring an Investigator/Program Manager to perform the following:  Court Investigation: Investigates prospective Guardians & Conservatees/Conservators; performs annual reviews of conservatorships & prepares related reports.  Program Management: Works with local agencies on treatment teams to manage progress of Adult Drug Court & Dependency Drug Court participants. Conducts investigator coordination duties, program management. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s in related field, and 5 years progressively responsible program management experience. Additional relevant experience substituted for education requirements on year-to-year basis. Excellent benefits. + 14 paid Court holidays. Possibility for flexible or partially hybrid work schedule. 

Final Filing Date: February 2, 2023 5 pm.

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