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DUI Court Counselor
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confidential | Sarasota, FL
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Job Description

Sarasota DUI Court Counselor - Full-Time Position 

The Twelfth Judicial Circuit is currently accepting resumes and applications for a full-time DUI Court Counselor vacancy. This position requires experience in addictions and counseling, a minimum Bachelor’s degree, Master’s preferred. Must be able to facilitate individual and group sessions. Ability to counsel individuals who are addicted to alcohol, helping them to identify behaviors and problems related to their addiction. Must be professional and organized, maintaining accurate documentation, developing treatment plans, psychosocial assessment, and reports to the Court. This position will be a contractual employee of First Step of Sarasota, supervised by the Court. Must possess a valid driver’s license and pass background screening and reference checks. Weekly travel to Venice is required. To apply, send your resume and completed First Step of Sarasota application (available on the Twelfth Circuit’s website) to the address, fax or email below. Electronic submissions via fax and email are encouraged. 

The successful applicant will be subject to a Criminal Background Check. The Florida State Courts System is a criminal justice agency. We are an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, age, national origin, or disability.


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About confidential

Our client is a progressive-minded, rapidly growing consultancy in Phoenix with clients across the country. They provide outsourced and advisory services to some of the top nation-wide financial institutions. Our client is passionate about providing world-class opportunity for growth to their top performers, and is scaling their business with this strategy at the forefront.