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Featured Job of the Week: 

Surveillance Officer, PAGE - Juvenile Court Services 

The Juvenile Courts Services in Page, Arizona is seeking a Surveillance Officer tperform professional work of moderate difficulty in surveillance case work for probationers predominately evening and weekends and holidays; performs related work as assigned; establish and maintain a positive and healthy work environment.

The minimum qualifications include an Associate degree in behavioral science or related field OR, any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.

 Additional Requirements: 

Must obtain an Arizona driver's license by date of hire and maintain it throughout employment. Must successfully complete a background investigation and criminal history check relevant to employment. Must achieve a certification of completion/proficiency of 40 hour Defensive Tactics Academy with annual 8-12 hour review. If Surveillance Officer chooses to be armed, must attend and pass 40 hour Firearms Academy and maintain 8 hours annual "shoot" for recertification purposes; complete a minimum of 16 hours of on-going education within the judicial system certified by the Committee on Judicial Education and Training (COJET).

The ideal candidate will have experience working with youth and the community; experience in regulation or re-regulation techniques such as yoga, mindfulness, or breathing exercises; experience in juvenile justice or any other cognitive behavioral program for youth.

This position is non-exempt from overtime.
This position is safety sensitive.

If you are interested in applying, please visit 

or call (928) 679-7100.          

Coconino County Mission Statement:

 A land of vast and endless beauty, home to many cultures. With energy and enthusiasm we commit to:
  • Conscientiously serve our community and provide our citizens with accessible local government;
  • Provide the most effective and efficient delivery of services;
  • Be sensitive to the needs of all citizens in our changing world;
  • Challenge, recognize and support our employees because they are the backbone of the County;
  • Protect, preserve and care for our environment
In our second century of public service, we envision our citizens and staff proud of their government and its accomplishments. We look forward to the future, confident that working together in an atmosphere of cooperation and trust, we will meet each new challenge with creativity and integrity.

Letter From the Human Resources Director

Dear Applicant,

The mission of the Human Resources Department is to support the County's task of creating and maintaining a culture of exemplary public service by recruiting talented, dedicated individuals and providing them with a workplace in which they are safe, productive, satisfied and challenged to realize their individual potential.

We find value in serving the diverse communities in which we live, while providing innovation, leadership and exciting change, at many levels

At Coconino County, we provide a diverse array of services that require the varied expertise of employees from all careers and backgrounds. If you are not sure how your education, background or talents can fit into a career at Coconino County, give us a call at 928-679-7100 or 800-559-9289. Thank you for your interest in our county.


Erika Philpot
Human Resources Director

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