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Juvenile Court Case Manager - City of San Antonio

October 23, 2020 4:05 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
invites applications for the position of:
Juvenile Court Case Manager (Grant Funded)

SALARY:               $17.30 - $25.95 Hourly

$35,982.96 - $53,974.44 Annually

OPENING DATE: 10/23/20


CLOSING DATE: 11/13/20 11:59 PM


Grant Funded: Yes


Work Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday with occasional evenings and Saturdays.

For more information regarding the position, visit the City of San Antonio’s employment website at the following link for a complete job description and to submit your application:



Work Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday with occasional evenings and Saturdays.



Pursuant to Article 45.054, Article 45.056, Article 45.057 and Article 102.0174, Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, under Judicial Supervision, is responsible for providing case management services for juvenile offenders who are before the court consistent with the court's statutory

power or referred to the court by a school administrator or designee for misconduct that would be within the court's statutory jurisdiction prior to a case being filed. Assigned to one or more primary and/or secondary school campuses.  Working conditions are primarily inside an office environment and/or a courtroom. Work schedule varies; includes evenings and weekends. May exercise functional supervision over assigned staff

This position is a "grant funded" position, therefore unclassified and has no disciplinary appeal rights to the Municipal Civil Service Commission. This position is likewise subject to at-will employment status and can be terminated at any time for any reason.

Work Location:  401 S. Frio and/or assigned Independent School District



  • Assists the court in administering the court's juvenile docket and in supervising the court's orders in juvenile cases.
  • Provides prevention services to a child considered at risk of entering the juvenile justice system.
  • Provides intervention services to juveniles engaged in misconduct before cases are filed.
  • Acts as liaison between local agencies regarding the functions and operations of the San Antonio Municipal Court Juvenile Case Management Program and other programs associated with juvenile court referrals.
  • Interprets court orders.
  • Receives, reviews, coordinates, and replies to correspondence submitted by operating agencies.
  • Creates and implements internal programs for juveniles and parents relating to: rehabilitation, counseling, self-esteem and leadership, work and job skills training, job interviewing and work preparation; self-improvement, parenting, manners, violence avoidance, tutoring, sensitivity training, parental responsibility, community service, restitution, advocacy or mentoring.
  • Reviews National Crime Information Center, Texas Crime Information Center, Texas Department of Public Safety (NCIC/TCIC/DPS) databases for criminal histories, warrant records and driving records.
  • Updates NCIC/TCIC databases with warrant records and conviction records reported to DPS.
  • Assists in supervising teen court participants during weekend and evening training and formal teen court proceedings.
  • Gathers, summarizes, and maintains statistics and data for the juvenile court.
  • Keeps the Judge informed with any information or case recommendations relevant to assisting the judge in making a decision that is in the best interest of the child.
  • Supervises community service at court and in the field throughout the year, including monitoring attendance and tracking service hours.
  • Establishes and monitors teen court program.
  • Researches and facilitates court programs and classes.
  • Performs related duties and fulfills responsibilities as required.
  • Works evenings and weekends.



  • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Two (2) years of increasingly responsible experience in social service, education or criminal justice with a primary focus on children under the age of seventeen (17).
  • Applicants and incumbents for this position must pass a Criminal Justice Information Systems (CJIS) fingerprint-based background check and maintain CJIS eligibility. Due to CJIS requirements related to system access, the following will result in being disqualified for this position: Felony Convictions, Felony Deferred Adjudication, Class A & B Misdemeanor Deferred Adjudication, Class B Misdemeanor Convictions, an Open Arrest for Any Criminal Offense (Felony or Misdemeanor), and Family Violence Convictions.
  • This position requires a valid Class "C" Texas Driver's License OR valid driver's license from another state with the ability to obtain a valid Class "C" Texas Driver's License within 30 days of becoming a Texas resident. Use of your own personal vehicle may at time be required and proof of Liability Insurance will be required.


  • Valid Texas Crime Information Center and National Crime Information Center (TCIC/NCIC) Certification within one (1) year of employment and re-certified yearly.
  • Must maintain Texas Law Enforcement Telecommunications System Access (TLETS) eligibility for continued employment in position (TLETS provides access to TCIC and NCIC).


  • Bilingual


  • Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel.


  • If selected for this position, official transcripts, diplomas, certifications and licenses must be submitted at the time of processing. Unofficial transcripts and copies of other relevant documents may be attached to the application for consideration in advance.


  • Please be advised that if selected for this position, information regarding employment history as it relates to the qualifications of the position will be needed for employment verification. Applicants claiming military service to meet the experience requirement for this position may attach a DD214 to the application.


  • Unless otherwise stated, applicants are permitted to substitute two years of related full-time experience for one year of higher education or one year of related higher education for two years of experience in order to meet the minimum requirements of the job. One year of full-time experience is defined as 30 or more hours worked per week for 12 months. One year of higher education is defined as 30 credit hours completed at an accredited college or university.
  • Applicants selected for employment with the City of San Antonio in this position must receive satisfactory results from pre-employment drug testing and background checks. If required for the position, a physical, motor vehicle record evaluation, and additional background checks may be conducted.



  • Knowledge of community service programs.
  • Knowledge of social work.
  • Knowledge of how to obtain information from primary and secondary school systems for the benefit of families.
  • Knowledge of the community and its needs.
  • Knowledge of electronic court conferencing equipment for remote diversionary contract hearings.
  • Ability to make initial determination of services needed by clients and make proper referrals.
  • Ability to operate a computer keyboard and other basic office equipment.
  • Ability to organize and prioritize assignments.
  • Ability to document clearly and concisely pertinent information.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with City staff and the general public.




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