County of Marin, CA is seeking a Chief Probation Officer. The ideal candidate will have previous experience managing a large workforce of dedicated probation professionals. Candidates should be familiar with emerging issues in probation management, particularly (1) the long term legislative, legal, and programmatic developments in juvenile probation; (2) the potential effect of bail reform on the criminal justice system and probation departments; (3) organizational development by emphasizing mentoring, employee engagement, and leadership; and (4) embracing evidence-based programs that induce cognitive and behavioral rehabilitation in those being supervised. A strong ethical compass and a commitment to the professional development and well-being of the department’s employees, is required. The Chief Probation Officer will be politically savvy yet apolitical and will have in-depth experience in organizational and personnel management including setting priorities, holding staff accountable, and moving the department forward in a fast-paced environment.