Corrections Administrative Job Postings

Rhode Island Department of Corrections (RIDOC)
One Capitol Hill
Providence , RI. 02908
For more information, call Deborah Dawson at 401-222-3454 or email deborah.dawson@hr.ri.gov

The State of Rhode Island seeks an individual with superior leadership skills and significant experience in the field of corrections to serve as the Director of the Rhode Island Department of Corrections (RIDOC). The Director serves as a member of the Governors cabinet and is subject to confirmation by the Rhode Island State Senate. Starting salary will be $135,000 plus benefits.

The RIDOC has an excellent record of institutional safety, a commitment to creative and progressive thinking about rehabilitation and re-entry of offenders, use of evidence-based programs and methods to reduce recidivism, and effective stewardship of public funds. The successful candidate must possess an outstanding record of professionalism and personal integrity. The candidate must demonstrate expertise in corrections management, a record of successful budget oversight and personnel management, a commitment to research-based criminal justice reform and public safety, and a willingness work cooperatively with all sectors of the criminal justice system, including law enforcement, the defense bar, community advocates, the judiciary and the legislature.

The RIDOC is a unified correctional system that is responsible for the care, custody, and control of all pre-trial detainees, sentenced individuals (regardless of sentence length or crime), and offenders on probation, parole, and electronic monitoring. There are currently six operating facilities on the RIDOC campus in Cranston, RI that comprise the Adult Correctional Institutions (ACI): one jail (the Intake Service Center) and five sentenced facilities (High-Security Center, Maximum Security Facility, Medium Security Facility, Minimum Security Facility, and the Womens Facility).

The average daily inmate population at the ACI (FY17) is approximately 3000. In FY17, approximately 13,000 individuals were committed to the Intake Service Center with an average length of stay of 23 days. There are currently just under 24,000 people on probation or parole. The RIDOC has an annual budget of about $235M.

The Director is supported by an executive team of highly qualified professionals, including an Assistant Director for Institutions and Operations, an Assistant Director for Rehabilitative Services, and an Assistant Director for Administration. There are 1423 authorized positions at the RIDOC, 933 of whom are uniformed correctional officers represented by the RI Brotherhood of Correctional Officers. Other categories of employees are represented by other unions (e.g., probation and parole workers, teachers, maintenance workers). Experience working with unionized employees and labor contracts is imperative.

Interested persons should send a cover letter and resume addressed to Deborah Dawson, Director of Human Resources, RI Dept. of Human Resources, One Capitol Hill, Providence, RI 02908, or email them to deborah.dawson@hr.ri.gov by June 1, 2018. For questions please call (401) 222-3454.

This position will remain open until filled.


080-Prisons - Wyoming State Penitentiary
2001 Capitol Ave. Emerson Bldg. Rm 127
Rawlins, WY. 82002
For more information, call Justin Tripp at 307-777-7188 or email justin.tripp@wyo.gov

Responsible for implementing and supervising all security functions in and throughout the Wyoming State Penitentiary buildings and surrounding area. Monitors all security processes and techniques; evaluates security efficiency; coordinates security training; corrects and improves security procedures; monitors inmate activities that represent threats on the security of the institution.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to describe every function which may be performed in the job level.

Acts as the Chief of Security for all security operations of a large prison.
Conducts performance appraisals on Captains.
Serves as Duty Officers for on-call incidents after hours.
Responsible for internal security and emergency preparedness audit coordination.
Ensures all security post orders are reviewed, updated and submitted for approval yearly.
Serves as the Department Head Part of Executive team for the facility.
Responsible for ensuring all security equipment is on stock and workable.
Responsible for the budget of the area such as equipment, training, overtime for the security operation.
Responsible for ensuring the security schedule is posted in advance and that training, vacations and other leaves are coordinated for appropriate shift coverage.
Supervises the transportation department at WSP.
Reviews all staff reports and forwards corrective action recommendations to Associate Wardens.
Assigns staff for policy writing and reviews for standards adherence.



Knowledge of middle management supervision and techniques.
Knowledge of basic constitutional law.
Knowledge of State Personnel Rules and requirements for the supervision, discipline and counseling for all security staff.


Bachelor's Degree (typically in Criminal Justice)


2-4 years of progressive work experience in Correctional Security with acquired knowledge at the level of a Correctional Captain


Education & Experience Substitution:
5-7 years of progressive work experience in Correctional Security with acquired knowledge at the level of a Correctional Captain

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
REQUIRED: Correctional Officer Professional Certification awarded by the Wyoming Peace Officers Standards & Training (POST) Commission. Applicants not holding Wyoming POST certification must meet POST criteria for Professional certification at the time of application and be awarded Professional Certification within 6 months of employment.

Necessary Special Requirements


Candidates must successfully pass a background/reference check, medical and psychological evaluation, physical fitness exam, urinalysis drug screen and other pre-employment testing prior to appointment.
Candidates must have the: ability to work extended shifts, holidays and weekends.


FLSA: Exempt
This position must pass a background check.
The Wyoming Department of Corrections is a Drug-Free Workplace. Per WDOC policy, all staff is subject to drug testing while employed by WDOC. Successful applicants for employment must pass a background/reference check, medical evaluation, and urinalysis drug test prior to appointment.
WDOC is a Tobacco-Free workplace and prohibits the taking, carrying, possessing or introducing of smoking materials, smokeless tobacco or tobacco substitutes on or into WDOC facilities and grounds.
WDOC has a strict dress code policy to include standards for facial hair, body art, and piercings/gauges. All applicants must meet the standards of this dress code to be considered for employment.
WDOC offers a competitive benefits package including: medical, dental and life insurance, paid vacations and sick leave, paid holidays, tuition reimbursement program, Wyoming State Retirement and 457 deferred compensation program, longevity pay and opportunities for advancement. Please visit our website at http://doc.state.wy.us/

Supplemental Information

080-Department of Corrections - Prisons - Wyoming State Penitentiary

Click here (Download PDF reader)to view the State of Wyoming Classification and Pay Structure.

URL: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/wyoming/default.cfm

The State of Wyoming is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively supports the ADA and reasonably accommodates qualified applicants with disabilities.

Class Specifications are subject to change, please refer to the A & I HRD Website to ensure that you have the most recent version.

State of Wyoming
Dept. of Admin. & Information-Human Resource Div.
2001 Capitol Ave. Emerson Bldg. Rm 127
Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82002

United States Department of Justice
531 South Broad Street
New Orleans, LA. 70119
For more information, call Phillip Johnson at 202-305-7303 or email opso.compliancedirector2018@usdoj.gov

Independent Jail Compliance Director, Orleans Parish Jail Facilities

$150,000-$200,000. To be finalized by the U.S. District Court.

U.S. District Court, Judge Lance M. Africk

All jail operations and personnel, including supervision of contracts for inmate services (food service, medical).

Full-time. As the jail is a 24-hour, seven-day a week operation, the schedule and workload will vary depending upon facility needs.

By July 20, 2018,

Send a resume or curriculum vitae and cover letter to opso.compliancedirector2018@usdoj.gov

Applicants for this position must possess a Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration or a related field and seven (7) years of experience in an urban jail environment with at least five (5) years at a leadership level, or significant experience working in local adult corrections that the Candidate can equate to the stated qualifications. Candidate shall have excellent management and leadership skills, experience and success in change management, knowledge of modern corrections practices, facilities and technology, and excellent written and verbal skills, including experience in stakeholder, community, and media relations.

Masters degree or certification as one or more of the following: Certified Corrections Executive (CCE) or Certified Jail Manager (CJM). Experience leading a direct supervision jail. Work experience in a jail with an average daily population of more than 1000 inmates in an urban or suburban setting. Leadership experience of management teams. Accountability based management practices. Experience implementing jail reform. Experience with formulating, presenting, and overseeing jail budgets to local governmental entities.

The Independent Jail Compliance Director is responsible for implementing the requirements of the attached Stipulated Order for Appointment of Independent Jail Compliance Director and bringing the Orleans Parish jail facility into compliance with an existing federal court Consent Judgment. The Independent Jail Compliance Director shall provide the direction, control, and guidance necessary for the safe and effective operation of the Orleans Parish jail facility applying accepted professional standards and in accordance with the existing Consent Judgment. Responsibilities include directing hiring and retention of staff, directing staff discipline and terminations, staff training, organizational structure, incident reporting, internal investigations, quality management, classification, inmate disciplinary procedures, inmate grievance procedures, detainee housing, visitation, sanitation, and medical, dental and mental health services. It further includes human resource management including salary structure, performance appraisal, and promotional processes; oversight of building maintenance; formulating and managing the jail budget; negotiating and overseeing contracts for inmate services (food service, medical); and maintaining proper records.

The Independent Jail Compliance Director must exercise consistently sound judgment and initiative, be familiar with current emerging evidence-based practices in jails, national standards and regulatory mandates and remain current in law enforcement and jail administration philosophy, concepts and procedures.

Knowledge of the principles and practices of jail operations and management, direct supervision, pertinent laws, modern correctional evidence-based practices and procedures, ability to oversee collection, analysis, and presentation of relevant data, oversee critical incident reviews/root cause analysis, and current emerging technologies regarding jail operations. Ability to assure communication of technical information and ideas clearly and effectively both orally and in writing to subordinates and employees of OPSO. Problem-solving, prioritization of work objectives, and gaining investment and support by employees of OPSO. Ability to mentor and oversee training of subordinates and employees of OPSO, manage multiple priorities and demands, develop the next generation of leaders in OPSO, prepare concise reports and make appropriate recommendations, understand and interpret laws, policies and procedures related to jail operation, delegate duties and assignments to achieve objectives, and establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates and OPSO staff, vendors, consultants, contractors, government officials, community stakeholders, and the Sheriff. Engage in frequent collaboration and communication with the Court-appointed Monitors, Counsel for the Plaintiff Class, and the Department of Justice.

The Independent Jail Compliance Director is nominated by the parties, and appointed by the Court. The Independent Jail Compliance Director is not an employee nor a contractor of the City of New Orleans, the Orleans Parish Sheriffs Office, the Department of Justice, or the MacArthur Justice Center.

Essential Duties: Job duties are ultimately defined and governed by the Stipulated Order for Appointment of Independent Jail Compliance Director and Consent Judgment, and include:
Develop and implement strategies for sustainable compliance and improvement consistent with the requirements of the Consent Judgment and Stipulated Order for Appointment of Independent Jail Compliance Director.

Direct short-term and long-term strategic planning and policy development. Evaluate operations to include policies, procedures and practices and make necessary changes to ensure sustainable compliance with the objectives and goals of the Orleans Parish Jail Consent Judgment.

Provide clear and concise instruction to subordinates and OPSO staff for achievement of goals and objectives. Mentor and coach subordinates and OPSO staff to develop leaders.

Establish and manage periodic internal compliance audit processes for operational and program areas. Assure that critical incident review/root cause analyses are conducted to address findings, recommendations, and action plans to mitigate future harm.

Review and evaluate overall OSPO workforce effectiveness and individual performance of OPSO staff members. Initiative changes as necessary in the assignment of subordinate staff necessary to support objectives and organizational needs.

Ensure OPSO employee performance standards are initiated and issues addressed. Administer OPSO employee disciplinary action as necessary.

Interview candidates for executive/management positions and implement selections, reassignments, and other personnel actions. Assemble a management team to assist the Independent Compliance Director in achieving sustainable compliance with the Consent Judgment.

Direct the development and implementation of pre-service, in-service and specialized training programs to ensure all OSPO employees and contractors receive the training necessary to competently perform their duties and to bring the facility into sustainable compliance with the Consent Judgment.

Project and formulate budget requirements based on Consent Judgment objectives and future needs and plans. Present budget to City Council. Efficiently manage facility resources, including staff, equipment and supplies.

Work collaboratively on a routine basis with the Court-appointed Monitors, the Department of Justice, and the Attorneys for the Plaintiff Class to develop, measure and assess the requirements of the Stipulated Order and Consent Judgment. Provide requested information and documentation to the Monitors, the Department of Justice, and the plaintiff class in a timely and thorough manner.

Meet and confer with community groups and stakeholders on areas of mutual interest.

Controlling Documents:

Consent Judgment:

February 11, 2015 Stipulated Order:

April 22, 2015 Stipulated Order:

Stipulated Order for Appointment of Compliance Director:

Monitors Reports:

The Los Angeles County
Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA. 9001
For more information, call Bill Dukes at 213-974-2351 or email wdukes@hr.lacounty.gov

The County of Los Angeles Probation Department is the largest of its kind in the nation. With nearly 6,600 budgeted positions and a $956 million budget, the Department is comprised of multiple facilities, including three juvenile halls, 10 residential treatment camps, 22 field offices, and two pretrial offices.

The Probation Department continues to transform into a truly rehabilitative and restorative justice system. The community at large, and the juvenile offenders and adult probationers supervised by the professionals in the Probation Department, benefit from the rehabilitation and reintegration that the Department provides.

There are many challenges and opportunities in directing such a large and important agency in the twenty-first century, and transforming it into the Los Angeles Model of community corrections. The Probation Department is implementing a number of organizational and operational changes, including those recommended by the Board of Supervisors and the Departments dynamic leadership; community and national experts; and the Probation Commission.

The Administrative Deputy III (UC) is a vital and influential member of the executive team, and is charged with leading and directing (through subordinate, high-level managers) Finance; Human Resources; Contract and Grant Services; Management Services (which includes capital projects, fleet management and communications); Training and Learning Development; and Information Services. Each of these divisions is key to driving transformation in the Department by supporting service delivery. The Administrative Deputy leads recommendations about the use and maximization of critical resources, and works closely and effectively with executive managers and staff to help the Department deliver critical services to clients. The existing challenge and opportunity includes leading the transformation and enhancement of the Departments administrative infrastructure, and making it central to the Departments service provision.

The ideal candidate for this role is a strong leader with demonstrated skill in leading teams through organizational transformation. The candidate will have the vision and willingness to identify and transform the organization to meet changing needs. The ideal candidate is a strong communicator with excellent interpersonal skills. The ideal candidate willingly accepts challenges and will help integrate the back office into a central and robust structure in the organization.

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Management, or a closely related field AND four years of highly responsible experience managing through subordinate managers, a major division providing budget, personnel, or other administrative services to a medium to large size organization. Major divisions include areas such as: finance, audit, budget, human resources, contract administration, information systems, or other administrative areas.
A valid California Class C driver license or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry out job-related essential functions.

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Masters Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, or a closely related field.
Experience managing in a large organization with diverse technical and professional staff.
Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of human resources management principles,
including awareness of current trends.
Experience managing in a state or federally funded department with many revenue sources.
A comprehensive knowledge of management and organizational principles, control systems, financial planning, utilization of resources, and a strong track record of success in large-scale fiscal and budgetary management.
Ability to effectively interact with public officials, professional/technical personnel, and the general public.
Track record of results demonstrating initiative and active engagement with executives, managers, and staff.


This position will remain open until filled. Materials received by April 25, 2018, will receive first consideration.

Please go to: https://bit.ly/2Haexa0 in order to submit your application, cover letter, resume, record of accomplishments, and verification of degrees.

For confidentional inquiries, please contact:
Bill Dukes
Department of Human Resources Talent Acquisitions Division
(213) 974-2351

Oregon Department of Corrections
2605 State St
Salem, OR. 97301
For more information, call Lila Lokey at 503-934-1017 or email lila.m.lokey@doc.state.or.us


Oregon Department of Corrections has three openings at the Oregon State Penitentiary in Salem, Oregon

Apply at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1721196/psychiatrist-oregon-state-penitentiary?sort=PositionTitle%7CAscending&keywords=ODOC&page=2&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Join our elite team of well-trained, highly qualified Health Services Professionals dedicated to delivering comprehensive care in a correctional setting.

We are looking for a dynamic physician who would enjoy the opportunity to:

Have a flexible schedule
Work with a professional dedicated team
Paid Education Leave
A generous salary and benefit package
Voluntary Call
Low level of stress
The basics are taken care of so you can treat the illness or disease
The Oregon Department of Corrections Behavioral Health Unit provides several levels of mental health treatment along with individualized case management. Mental health services are targeted to inmates with severe or persistent mental illness. Short-term services are available to inmates who are not mentally ill, but who show high suicide potential, or who are experiencing other emotional distress.

Please apply by June 21st, 2018

New York Department of Corrections
75-20 Astoria Boulevard
East Elmurst, NY. 11370
For more information, call Armando Chabrn at 718-546-3149 or email armando.chabran@doc.nyc.gov


Civil Service Title: Administrative Public Health Sanitarian
Level: M-IV

Title Code No: 82989
Salary: $130,000.00 - $150,000.00
Frequency: ANNUAL

Business Title: Assistant Commissioner of Environmental Health Unit
Work Location: 75-20 Astoria Boulevard,
East Elmhurst, New York 11370

Division/Work Unit: Quality Assurance and Integrity
Number of Positions: 1

Job ID: 333392
Hours/Shift: Day Tour

Job Description
Under executive direction of the Deputy Commissioner for Quality Assurance & Integrity, and with the broadest possible latitude to exercise independent judgment, the Assistant Commissioner of Environmental Health will be responsible for directing and overseeing various Units including the Inspection Unit, Asbestos Unit, the Compliance Unit, the Pest Control Unit, and the OSHA Compliance Unit. The incumbent will review and evaluate compliance issues/concerns within the department and ensure subordinate supervisory staff, management and employees are in compliance with the rules and regulations of regulatory agencies such as OSHA, PESH, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH), NYS Department of Health, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the departments policies and procedures.

The candidate will provide clear guidance and direction to professional staff engaged in inspecting and evaluating environment, equipment and processes in work areas to ensure compliance with government regulations and industry standards, identifying and resolving environmental concerns and collaborating with other departmental divisions to direct compliance violations to and through appropriate existing channels for investigation and resolution, consult external stakeholders as needed to resolve difficult legal compliance issues, respond to alleged violations of rules, regulations, and policies, procedures. The selected candidate will oversee and ensure that the Department is free from any potentially dangerous biological, chemical and radiological materials. The candidate will ensure the Department meets minimum standards as set forth by Benjamin Court Order, NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, NYS Department of Health, OSHA, PESH, EPA, and DEC, engages senior staff when the Department is non-compliant and puts policies in place to prevent future violations. The Assistant Commissioner will prepare appropriate written reports, guidelines and summary findings based on valid data, surveys, inspections and other audit recommendations to enhance future performance measurements. The Assistant Commission will develop compliance programs and abatement plans to corrected deficiencies noted by regulatory and oversight agencies.

Minimum Qualification Requirements
1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university, including or supplemented by 30 credits in the biological and/or physical sciences, and four years of satisfactory full-time experience performing inspections to assure compliance with pertinent laws, rules and regulations governing the areas of food, drugs, and general environmental sanitation, eighteen months of which must have been in an administrative, managerial or executive capacity, or in supervising staff performing food, drug and general environmental sanitation inspections or related work; or
2. An associate degree from an accredited college or university, including or supplemented by 12 credits in the biological and/or physical sciences, and six years of satisfactory full-time experience as described in "1" above, which must include eighteen months of experience in an administrative, managerial, executive or supervisory capacity as described in "1" above ; or
3. Education and/or experience equivalent to "1" or "2" above. However all candidates must have at least 60 credits from an accredited college or university, including 12 credits in the biological and/or physical sciences, and at least two years of satisfactory full-time experience as described in "1" above, including or supplemented by eighteen months of experience in an administrative, managerial, executive or supervisory capacity as described in "1" above.
Preferred Skills
A minimum of ten (10) years of professional experience performing compliance and/or audit in a Correctional Institution is preferred; Knowledge of correctional best practices and procedures is a plus;
Ability to plan, direct, coordinate and manage the design, development and conduct of large-scale studies, audits and analyses of systems and programs, internal policy compliance and improvement projects;
Knowledge of operations research, audit procedures, systems analysis, methods and procedures analysis and management analysis techniques;
Ability to communicate highly complex information clearly and succinctly, both orally and in writing;
Ability to work under intense pressure and meet restrictive deadlines;
Ability to extract data from various data collection systems and perform quantitative analysis of data;
Ability to utilize audit principles and procedures in order to meet system wide needs.
Residency Requirement
New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for 2 continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview.

To Apply
For City employees: Go to Employee Self-Service (ESS) - www.nyc.gov/ess and search for Job ID# 333392
For all other applicants: Go to https://a127-jobs.nyc.gov and search for Job ID# 333392
Submission of a resume is not a guarantee that you will receive an interview.
Only candidates under consideration will be contacted.
Posting Date: 2/14/18 Post Until: Until Filled

The New York City Department of Correction and The City of New York are Equal Opportunity Employers.

Nevada Department of Corrections Prison Industries Division
3955 W. Russell Rd.
Las Vegas, NV. 89118
For more information, call Kenneth Goodly at 702-486-9912 or email kgoodly@doc.nv.gov

State of Nevada
Department of Corrections

Deputy Director, Industrial Programs (U9033)

Nevada Department of Corrections Prison Industries Division

Recruitment Open to:
This is an open competitive recruitment, open to all qualified applicants. This is a full-time unclassified position that is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the Director of the Nevada Department of Corrections.

Position Location: Las Vegas, Nevada or Carson City, Nevada

Approximate Annual Salary:
Up to $124,181 (Salary range reflects retirement (PERS) contributions by both the employee and employer.) An Employer paid contribution plan and Police-Fire Employer Paid Retirement plan are also available at the election of the employee; both results in a reduced gross salary. The State benefits package includes a retirement system, paid health, vision, dental, life and disability insurance; 11 paid holidays, and paid sick leave and annual leave. An explanation of the retirement options and information regarding state retirement benefits may be accessed at www.nvpers.org. A description of the current health benefits available to all employees may be accessed at https://pebp.state.nv.us. Other employee paid benefits such as deferred compensation plans are available.

The Position Responsibilities and Requirements:
The Nevada Department of Corrections is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Deputy Director for the Prison Industries Division. The mission of the NDOC is to improve public safety by ensuring a safe and humane environment that incorporates proven rehabilitation initiatives that prepare individuals for successful reintegration into our communities. Under the general direction of the Director of the Nevada Department of Corrections, this position is responsible for development, planning, supervision and fiscal management of the statewide correctional industries program and vocational education and training; and administers all industrial and agricultural programs for employment of offenders.

As such, the duties and responsibilities assigned to the position of Deputy Director for Prison Industries Division will include, but arent limited to:

Coordinate and direct the work of the States industrial programs; formulate administrative policies and make administrative decisions to ensure compliance with Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS), administrative regulations (ARs), applicable State regulations and ACA standards. Interpret program-related department policies and regulations as requested to the general public, community partners, and media. Develop a procedure manual for Prison Industries and review periodically to ensure compliance with ACA mandatory and non-mandatory standards.
Supervise correctional and private industry personnel to ensure compliance with program policies and procedures. Plan, organize and assign work tasks. Address technical, administrative and policy questions regarding services provided. Ensure operational effectiveness and efficiency of correctional and private industry personnel.
Serve in the capacity of department liaison with legislative committees, Governors Office, local units of government, private sector business enterprises, and educational entities, on technical and programmatic matters pertaining to prison industries related goals, objectives, plans, initiatives, services, and accomplishments.
Plan, supervise and coordinate all industry related programs for the Department. Integrate the program with other agency operations. Create a working environment as similar to the private industry as possible. Direct production, marketing, sales and fiscal affairs. Create and implement plans for developing new industries and expanding on existing ones. Identify markets for finished goods; and write specifications for new products. Ensure accountable and internal controls sufficient to inventory equipment, supplies and finished products.
Prepare and control industrial budget. Analyze cost, sales and revenue figures and projections. Conduct cost/benefit studies on industry operations. Review pricing policies and estimate future capital needs.
Develop and maintain a reporting system that includes cost records, marketing recommendations for sales goals, production costs and revenue projections. Ensure proper allocation of personnel, equipment and required resources to attain goals.

The candidate must have strong written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking ability; excellent organizational talents; the capacity to establish successful interpersonal relationships and teamwork. Ideally, the successful candidate will have demonstrated experience with industrial related programs and/or business enterprises; policy development; program oversight and marketing strategies.

Licenses, Certificates, Degrees, or Credentials required for position:
Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university and four years of experience providing administrative oversight to private or public sector industries, two years of which must be specific to prison industries in a correctional institution or facility; and include experience expanding on existing industries, developing and implementing new industries, and testifying to the legislature regarding prison industries, plans, goals and initiatives; OR completion of 60 semester hours at an accredited college or university and five years of experience providing administrative oversight to private or public sector industries, two years of which must be specific to prison industries in a correctional institution or facility; and include experience expanding existing industries, developing and implementing new industries, and testifying to the legislature regarding prison industries plans, goals and initiatives OR an equivalent combination of education and experience above the high school level.

To Apply:
Please submit a detailed resume and a cover letter which addresses your qualifications for the position. Resume must include a detailed description of your employment history, duties, number and level of staff supervised, and professional references to:

Kenneth Goodly, Personnel Analyst 2, 3955 West Russell Road, Las Vegas, Nevada
89118 or email at kgoodly@doc.nv.gov.

Applications will be accepted until recruitment needs are satisfied
Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit the application as early as possible, as this announcement may close at any time without notice.

El Dorado Correctional Facility (KDOC)
1737 SE Us Highway 54
El Dorado, KS. 67042
For more information, call Tracie Gauntt at 785-296-0041 or email tracie.gauntt@ks.gov

The Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) is seeking highly qualified applicants for the position of Warden El Dorado Correctional Facility, El Dorado KS. Position oversees administration of all areas of the El Dorado Correctional Facility (EDCF), including the Kansas Department of Corrections Reception and Diagnostics Unit (RDU), to ensure that prescribed activities are implemented and carried out in accordance with specified objectives. Employee is responsible for ensuring all policy and procedures are being handled appropriately by other departments regarding employees and inmates. As Appointing Authority, employee has the responsibility of ensuring the facility runs effectively and efficiently with problems being addressed as they occur.
Salary: $75,000.00 depending on demonstrated skills and experience. Unclassified (At-Will), Full-Time, Exempt, Benefits Eligible.
The incumbent has the overall responsibility for managing and directing the security, fiscal, human resources and physical plant programs of the facility and to ensure that prescribed activities are implemented and carried out in accordance with specified objectives
Manages, plans, organizes and administratively directs all activities of the El Dorado Correctional Facility (EDCF). Promulgates general orders, emergency orders and post orders to ensure compliance with federal and state law. Initiates necessary action to correct deficiencies. Through these activities, the safety, sanitation and security of EDCF are controlled and managed. Ensures the operation of EDCF is consistent with the Departments mission, policies and procedures

Responsible for managing the budget of EDCF within the constraints imposed by the Department of Corrections, the Division of Budget and the Kansas Legislature
Ensures the physical plant of EDCF is clean and well organized. Ensures the facility is free from major deficiencies in health and environment, fire safety, and safety and sanitation inspections. Establishes standards for the care, maintenance and utilization of resources, new construction and capital improvements. Develops strategies for the acquisition of funds required for physical plant enhancements. Ensures all projects are coordinated in a manner that assures they are completed on time, within budget, and in accordance with approved plans. Provides timely and accurate progress reports
Administers programs for effectively maintaining the safety and security of the public, employees and inmates. Develops and monitors contingency plans for handling emergency situations. Takes command of, and organizes and implements the strategy for resolution. Determines need, evaluates results and monitors all investigations and the collection and dissemination of intelligence information
Oversees correctional and rehabilitative programs including academic, vocational education, classification and records, volunteers, religious, mental health and recreational activities. Responds to correspondence from the public and to inmate grievances and property claims. Ensures a proper, fair and consistent inmate disciplinary process is implemented, maintained and monitored
Manages and directs the departmental function and operations of all inmates sentenced to the custody of the Secretary of Corrections. Assesses and evaluates admission and discharge processes to enhance the efficiency in processing inmates through the Reception and Diagnostic Unit (RDU)
Manages the human resources of EDCF in order to accomplish the facilitys goals and objectives. Ensures that all employment actions, including recruitment, selection, retention, compensation, evaluation, disciplinary and other terms and conditions of employment comply with appropriate law, regulations and policies. Holds staff meetings, expends effort to develop and maintain collaboration between department heads, supervisors and professionals. Provides training and develops programs and opportunities for employees, contract employees and volunteers in an organized manner, designed and scheduled to assure compliance with statutes and regulations, departmental policy and procedures, and the needs of the facility
Manages and directs the departmental function and operations of all inmates sentenced to the custody of the Secretary of Corrections. Assesses and evaluates admission and discharge processes to enhance the efficiency in processing inmates through EDCF
Performs other assigned duties and responsibilities necessary to the operation of EDCF and KDOC. Performs unexpected duties and responsibilities in a willing and timely manner. Interacts with representatives of the news media concerning human-E stories and incidents involving the facility or criminal justice/corrections

Minimum Qualifications:
A Bachelors Degree with major coursework in criminal justice, the social sciences, the behavioral sciences, or public administration, and five years of supervisory and administrative/manager level experience in the field of corrections
Substitution: Ten (10) years - progressive supervisor management experience in a correctional facility
Preferred Skills and/or Qualifications:
A Masters Degree with major coursework in criminal justice, the social sciences, the behavioral sciences, or public administration

Ability to:
Administer a multi-custody correctional institution; communicate effectively; and deal with employees, inmates and the public with diplomacy
Develop, implement, interpret, and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of complex statutes, rules, regulations, as well as Departmental and institutional policies and procedures
Think and act quickly during an emergency; to follow oral and written instructions; and to plan, assign, and direct the work of others
Maintain discipline among inmates
Communicate effectively, orally, and in writing
Plan, organize, direct and evaluate staff
Knowledge of:
Modern principles, practices, and methods of correctional administration and rehabilitation, and understanding of the factors that produce crime and the attitudes, problems and behavior of those under restraint
Principles and concepts of learning and effective instruction
Modern management principles and practices, particularly those related to fiscal controls and personnel
Necessary Special Qualifications, Licenses, Certifications, and or Registrations:
Positions in this class require that at the time of appointment the selected candidate must take and pass a drug screening test approved by the Division of Personnel Services unless the incumbent is moving from one safety-sensitive position to another safety-sensitive position within the same agency performing substantially similar duties.
Possess and maintain a valid drivers license

How to Apply:
Register by completing the online Personal Data Form https://admin.ks.gov/services/state-employment-center/sec-home/state-employment/register-personal-data NOTE: Skip this step if you already have an Applicant ID number
Complete the State of Kansas Application Form https://admin.ks.gov/services/state-employment-center/sec-home/state-employment/apply Submit to: Corrections, Department of (Central Office) Do not submit to the any other KDOC facility
Email additional required documents: Cover Letter, Resume, College Transcripts and Tax Clearance Certificate to KDOC_CO_Applicant@ks.gov include the job requisition number and your last name in the subject line
KANSAS TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE REQUIRED: Each applicant applying for a State of Kansas job vacancy must obtain a valid Kansas Certificate of Tax Clearance by accessing the Kansas Department of Revenue's website at http://www.ksrevenue.org/taxclearance.html. A Tax Clearance is a comprehensive tax account review to determine and ensure that an individual's account is compliant with all primary Kansas Tax Laws. A Tax Clearance expires every 90 days. All applicants, including current state employees, are responsible for submitting a valid certificate with all other application materials to the hiring agency. If you need assistance with the tax clearance, please contact 785-296-3199
NOTE: Submission of a rsum or an application alone IS NOT a complete application. This position requires the completion of additional forms and/or supplemental materials as described previously. Please carefully review the complete job announcement and the "How to Apply" instructions. Failure to provide the required information and/or materials will result in not being considered for employment.

St. Charles County Department of Corrections
301 N. 2nd Street
St. Charles, MO. 63301
For more information, call Human Resources at 636-949-7320 or email humanresources@sccmo.org

Salary Range: $ 84,360 - $132,530 per year.

This is a full-time position leading a complex, 24 hour a day public safety Department. The position includes a full range of benefits including Paid Time Off, Extended Medical Leave, Holidays, Employee health, dental, life, disability, retirement and tuition assistance programs. This position is an appointment of the County Executive and requires advice and consent of the County Council. The position is not covered by the County Merit System. *The St. Charles County Charter requires that within one hundred twenty (120) days of appointment, each department head shall be a resident of St. Charles County.
JOB DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this position is to plan, direct, lead, manage and supervise the Department of Corrections. The position leads a Department of more than 170 employees, including 79 Correctional Officers, 24 Correctional POST Certified Peace Officers, as well as the specialized medical units, suicide prevention units, administrative and food service personnel. The Director plans and oversees the approved budget pursuant to County policy and procedures. The Director serves as the appointing authority for staff working in the Department. Key issues are inmate supervision and security, facility security and security maintenance for County Corrections functions. The Director of Corrections reports to the Director of Administration.

Additional key tasks of the Director are to:
-Lead department long and short term planning, including projecting future needs;
-Recommend capital improvements;
-Review, update, develop and implement department policies and procedures for all aspects of Corrections, including inmate supervision, personnel matters, facility maintenance, security, recordkeeping, etc., according to applicable laws, case law, rules and regulations;
-Recommend changes in department staff functions and organization of staff as necessary;
-Act as appointing authority, including establishing lines of communication, addressing staff concerns and dealing with disciplinary matters;
-Advise and counsel senior supervisory staff;
-Is involved in the development and revision, as necessary, of staffing needs and standards. Hires staff and determines staff transfers and promotions;
-Coordinate County Corrections with outside agencies and services such as law enforcement, courts, social services, mental and physical health care providers, clergy, educators, vendors, etc.

The Director fulfills certain duties with regard to inmates/detainees, including ensuring procedures are in place to hear and respond to complaints and concerns and to ensure the proper policies and procedures are in place for safety and security of staff, inmates and the public.

The Director performs public outreach functions, both in the County and area law enforcement community and with the general public of the County. The Director reviews facility reports and correspondence and may draft or oversee the drafting of reports and correspondence. The Director is charged with maintaining knowledge of current Corrections theory, practices and procedures; applicable laws, rules and regulations related to Corrections; budget development and administration policies and procedures; Corrections personnel policies and procedures; and inmate care standards. Additionally, the Director is expected to maintain current knowledge on corrections technology, be familiar with facility design standards and planning for facility construction and expansion.

REQUIREMENTS: Bachelors degree in Criminal Justice or a closely related field. Certified Jail Manager (CJM), American Jail Association or other professional Corrections Associations preferred. Ten or more years of experience with progressively increasing job responsibilities, including five years experience in Corrections or related programs. At least 3-5 years experience at a general management or executive level with policy making responsibilities. A combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered.

TO APPLY: All applications must be submitted only through our Self-Service Website at http://hr.sccmo.org/hr. We do not accept faxed, e-mailed or print applications. For your convenience, if needed, terminals are available on site at the HR Dept., 201 N. Second St., Room 519, St. Charles, MO 63301 Monday Friday 8:00 am 5:00 pm.

Applications will be accepted on a continuing basis until the position is filled or a sufficient number of qualified candidates have applied.

St. Charles County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Council of State Governments Justice Center
1325 4th Ave Ste 1215
Seattle, WA. 98101
For more information, call Harmony Jovet at 206-454-8293 or email hjovet@csg.org

The Justice Center is currently seeking a Policy Analyst based in our New York or Seattle office to manage a justice reinvestment state project. They will lead and coordinate efforts among a team of experts to provide on-site technical assistance, with an emphasis on analyzing policy and legislation, conducting and synthesizing research, engaging and working with stakeholders and state leadership, and developing policy options to improve correctional outcomes, reduce recidivism and help create safer communities.

The successful candidate will be an excellent project manager who balances meticulous attention to detail with an ability to see the big picture and lead a team towards meeting key strategic goals and milestones. This position requires keen observation skills, an ability to work both independently and as a member of a team, excellent interpersonal skills, including maturity and a sense of humor, and strong communication both written and verbal. Success in this position depends on learning and adapting to new information quickly and thoughtfully. Candidates must be willing to travel, occasionally several times a month, and must have a minimum of four years work experience.

For more information regarding the position and requirements, and to apply, please visit our application website at https://csg.applicantpro.com/jobs/.

CSG is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
CSG participates in E-Verify