Are you a friendly and outgoing person looking for an
opportunity to give back to the community and get academic credit
If so, Family Courts Services has an exciting opportunity for
FAMILY COURT SERVICES - KEEPING KIDS SAFE Volunteer or Intern
(This is an unpaid Volunteer/Intern Program)
This recruitment is to establish a list of volunteers as needs
arise within the department. Please note, opportunities may not be
immediately available at the time an application is submitted. If
you wish to inquire on the status of your application, please
Please note that your application will remain active for three
months. After this time, a new application will be required.
Examples of Duties
Family Court Services Support Office
Individuals interested or studying in the areas of Human
Services, Sociology, Criminology or other related fields are
encouraged to apply. The ideal individual will perform a variety
functions that involve working to support the Family Court Services
clerical office located at the Lamoreaux Justice Center in the City
of Orange. Duties may include: preparing packets, assisting with
copy work, filing, preparing case files, special projects, scanning
documents, and making follow up phone calls as necessary. Good
interpersonal or communication and phone skills are essential. Some
computer skills are desirable.
Individuals must be available during the morning hours until
noon. Duties may include: assisting parents in completing intake
paperwork after court hearings and when a parent is ordered to a
non-profit supervised visitation service provider in Orange County
e.g. F.A.C.E.S or La Familia.
Supervised Visitation Monitor
Individuals will perform services at a non-profit supervised
visitation service provider in Orange County. The goal of this
program is to ensure that the Court's directives and program rules
are followed. Duties may include: monitoring the interaction
between a non-custodial parent and child(ren); keeping written
records of facts observed; facilitating appropriate interaction
between all participants and monitoring their safety; and
maintaining confidentiality and neutrality. Training will be
provided in the above areas.
What You Need
* Minimum age of 18 or older (age 21 years of age or older for
Supervised Visitation Monitor). * A minimum of 10 hours per week
for 6 months; days, evenings, and/ or weekends. * Spanish/English
and Vietnamese/English Bilingual skills are desirable. * Good
writing and interpersonal communication skills.
How To Participate
* Submit a completed online application. * Pass a local and
criminal background check. * Interview with the program
All applicants must submit a completed online application and
supplemental questionnaire. To learn more about how to create an
application, click HERE.
Rsums will not be accepted in lieu of the required application
and supplemental questionnaire.
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spam/junk file. Please check your email folders and/or accept
emails ending with governmentjobs.com and occourts.org. If your
information should change, please update your profile at
If you have any questions about the program, you may contact
Human Resources at HRStaffing@occourts.org.