- Hourly / - BiWeekly /
- Monthly / $36,312.00-$57,214.00 Yearly
A Drinking Driver Monitor II is the full performance level of work providing supervision to offenders referred by courts and may also be referred by the Medical Advisory Council of the Motor Vehicle Administration to the Division of Parole and Probation for driving while intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances. Employees in this classification do not supervise other Drinking Driver Monitors.
Employees in this classification receive general supervision from a Drinking Driver Monitor Supervisor. Employees may be required to work evenings, weekends, and holidays.
Positions in this classification are evaluated by using the classification job evaluation methodology. The use of this method involves comparing assigned duties and responsibilities of a position to the job criteria found in the Nature of Work and Examples of Work Sections of the class specification.
The Drinking Driver Monitor I and the Drinking Driver Monitor II are differentiated on the basis of degree of supervisory control exercised by the supervisor over these employees. The Drinking Driver Monitor I learns to perform duties under close supervision and the Drinking Driver Monitor II performs the full range of duties under general supervision. The Drinking Driver Monitor II is differentiated from the Drinking Driver Monitor Supervisor in that the Drinking Driver Monitor Supervisor has supervisory responsibility for lower-level Drinking Driver Monitors.
Monitors the conduct of offenders referred to the Division of Parole and Probation for driving while intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances through frequent in person visits;
Counsels probationers in regard to abstinence from alcohol and other drugs and personal problems;
Prepares violation of probation reports, case records, and progress summaries;
Recommends actions to the courts in regard to violations of court ordered probationary conditions;
Provides testimony in support of specific recommendations resulting from observations and investigations of offenders' conduct;
Assesses the offender's needs and the risk to public safety during an offender's probationary period;
Conducts interviews with the offender in order to determine progress in meeting conditions of probation; Documents observed behaviors of offenders;
Communicates with treatment providers and community resources in order to enhance the offender's rehabilitation and to promote public safety;
Conducts breath analysis and drug tests on offenders in order to determine alcohol and drug usage;
May recommend modifications of special conditions of probation to courts and other authorities;
Performs other related duties.
Knowledge of the principles of substance abuse addiction and recovery;
Knowledge of the criminal justice system in working with alcohol and drug related offenders;
Skill in the use of interviewing and communication techniques;
Skill in testifying in court concerning supervision of offenders;
Ability to gather, evaluate, document, and present information in regard to the offender's progress in meeting the conditions of probation;
Ability to prepare and present reports;
Ability to motivate offenders to improve their behavior in regard to substance abuse;
Ability to maintain confidentiality of case material.
Education: Graduation from an accredited high school or possession of a high school equivalency certificate acceptable to the Maryland State Board of Education as described in the Maryland Correctional Training Commission regulation.
Experience: One year of experience providing supervision to offenders convicted of driving while intoxicated or under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances.
1. The above educational requirement is set by the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission in accordance with Correctional Services Article, Section 8-209 of the Annotated Code of Maryland.
2. Candidates may substitute two years of experience counseling drug or alcohol dependent clients for the required experience.
3. Candidates may substitute additional education in the field of criminal justice, behavioral sciences or related social sciences, at an accredited college or university, at a rate of 15 credit hours for each six months experience for the required experience.
4. Candidates may substitute U.S. Armed Forces military service as a non-commissioned officer in substance abuse, social worker or correctional counseling classifications or specialty codes in the addictions counseling field of work at the rate of two years of military experience for the required experience.
1. Employees who have not already done so must meet the selection standards required and successfully complete the training prescribed by the Maryland Correctional Training Commission for a Drinking Driver Monitor during the probationary period, (Correctional Services Article, Section 8-209, Annotated Code of Maryland). Selection standards for Drinking Driver Monitor training are listed in detail in the Code of Maryland Regulations Title 12, Subtitle 10, Chapter 01 and include the following:
U.S. Citizen or Resident Alien status
Must be at least 21 years of age
A completed background investigation
2. Employees in this classification are required to use the Criminal Justice Information System. Conviction for any felony or conviction and incarceration for any misdemeanor may be a bar to access to the System and may be grounds for rejection of the applicant.
3. Employees in this classification are subject to call 24 hours a day and, therefore, will be required to provide the employing agency with a telephone number where they can be reached.
Class specifications are broad descriptions covering groups of positions used by various State departments and agencies. Position descriptions maintained by the using department or agency specifically address the essential job functions of each position.
This is a Skilled Service classification in the State Personnel Management System. All positions in this classification are Skilled Service positions. Some positions in Skilled Service classifications may be designated Special Appointment in accordance with the State Personnel and Pensions Article, Section 6-405, Annotated Code of Maryland.
This classification is assigned to Bargaining Unit H, Public Safety and Security classes. As provided by State Personnel and Pensions Article, Section 3-102, special appointment, temporary, contractual, supervisory, managerial and confidential employees are excluded from collective bargaining. Additionally, certain executive branch agencies are exempt from collective bargaining and all positions in those agencies are excluded from collective bargaining.
Employees in this classification are eligible to receive overtime compensation. An employee who works more than the normal workweek is entitled to be compensated for that overtime as provided by State Personnel and Pensions Article, Section 8-305.
This classification is one level in a Non-Competitive Promotion (NCP) series. NCP promotions are promotions by which employees may advance in grade and class level from trainee to full performance levels in a classification series. In order to be non-competitively promoted to the next level in a NCP series an employee must: 1) perform the main purpose of the class as defined in the Nature of Work section of the class specification; 2) receive the type of supervision defined in the class specification, and 3) meet the minimum qualifications of the classification.