Denver County Court

Career Opportunities


The City and County of Denver Human Resources has the most up-to-date information regarding employment opportunities with the Denver County Court Probation Department. All employment opportunities are posted on their website:

Job Descriptions:

  • Judicial Assistant II: Judicial Assistants provide support to Probation Officers. Responsibilities include conducting record checks, completing intakes of all new probationers, answer incoming calls, obtaining offense reports, delivering reports to the court, and other clerical support functions.
  • Probation Officer: Probation Officers are responsible for conducting pre-sentence investigations, completing reports for the court, supervising probationers, and filing revocation petitions with the court. Probation Officers are hired at the entry level of Staff Probation Officer. After several years of experience and completing department requirements, Staff Probation Officers may be promoted to Associate Probation Officer and eventually Senior Probation Officer.
  • Probation Officer Supervisor:  Probation Officer Supervisors oversee the day-to-day operations of the Probation Department. Supervisors review and approve reports, assist Probation Officers, audit casework, develop policy and procedure, and manage and lead staff.
  • Chief Probation Officer:  The Chief Probation Officer is responsible for the Probation Department to meet its goals and objectives. As the chief executive officer of the department, the CPO regularly meets with judges, court administration, police and sheriff executives, representatives from the District Attorney’s Office and City Attorney’s Office, as well as community and treatment representatives to develop collaborative relationships to reduce recidivism, provide training opportunities for staff, increase offender success, maintain public safety.

Job Opportunities with the City and County of Denver and the Denver County Court Probation Department can be found at:


The Denver County Court Probation Department has a limited number of internship and/or volunteer positions available at any given time. The selection process is competitive. Interns will be assigned to certain bureaus of the department and learn about all aspects of probation from intake, conducting pre-sentence investigations, supervision, and court hearings. Interns and Volunteers may be given projects or special assignments to assist Probation Officers, Judicial Assistants, or the Victim Advocate. For more information about internship or volunteer opportunities please contact Probation Officer Supervisor Teri Cueva at 720-913-8356 or by email at

Internships and Volunteer positions are unpaid.

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