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Probation Volunteer Opportunities

The Municipal Court of Seattle is currently recruiting volunteers. If you are interested in applying please review the position descriptions by clicking on the title below and then fill out a Volunteer Application.
For more information please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at (206) 684-7803 or by email.
Senior Citizens are encouraged to apply.

Learn more about Probation Services Division by vising our web site.
For contact information, click here.

Case Aide - Probation Services    Case Management Assistant - Probation Services    Court Resource Center Volunteer


Case Aide - Probation Services

Description:

  • Work under the supervision of a probation counselor to provide professional services to the Court, Probation Services, and defendants
  • Maintain records and files
  • Correspond with other criminal justice agencies, treatment facilities, and service providers
  • Perform other duties as requested by the probation counselor or management

Desirable Qualifications:

  • A "can do" attitude and a desire to assist others
  • Desire for a hands on volunteer activity
  • Experience using computers, including programs such as Microsoft Office and Excel
  • Good organizational skills
Probation Links
Domestic Violence
Mental Health Court
Be a Probation Volunteer
Policy and Procedures regarding compliance reports and evaluations from drug and alcohol treatment agencies
Case Management Assistant - Probation Services

Description:

  • Work under the supervision of a probation counselor to provide professional services to the Court, Probation Services, and defendants
  • Maintain face-to-face and/or telephone contact with defendants
  • Monitor defendant's compliance with court ordered conditions
  • Maintain records and files
  • Prepare court reports
  • Correspond with other criminal justice agencies, treatment facilities, and service providers
  • Perform other duties as requested by the probation counselor or management

Desirable Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree or enrolled in a university or college degree program
  • A "can do" attitude and a desire to assist others
  • Desire for a hands on volunteer activity
  • Willingness to work under supervision while gradually assuming more responsibility
  • Ability to communicate effectively with people of various socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds
  • Experience using computers, including programs such as Microsoft Office and Excel
  • Good organizational skills
  • Interest in the criminal justice field

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