$25.19-$33.05 Hourly / $1,826.10-$2,395.83 BiWeekly /
In a Department of Correction facility or district this class is accountable for acting as a working supervisor providing instruction for a group of inmates engaged in the provision of laundry services.
Receives general direction from a Correctional Industries Supervisor 2 or other industries official.
Supervises and instructs inmates in proper methods and techniques of a laundry service, proper use of tools and materials, necessary safety rules and procedures and maintenance, cleaning and repair of equipment; plans and routes work to be performed, assigning inmates to specific tasks; estimates needs and requisitions supplies, materials and equipment necessary; supervises maintenance and/or repair of equipment or arranges for outside service and material; maintains cost, inventory and time records and makes necessary reports on operations; maintains discipline and enforces security measures within assigned areas; maintains appropriate security procedures for tools, equipment, chemicals, etc.; reviews and evaluates performance of assigned inmates; submits reports relative to inmate disciplinary actions, recommendations for "good time", furloughs, reassignments, etc.; may physically restrain inmates, quell disturbances and otherwise assist custodial forces in emergencies; may be required to operate a motor vehicle; performs related duties as required.
Considerable knowledge of methods, materials and equipment involved in laundry trade; knowledge of methods and techniques of process planning and control; considerable interpersonal skills; considerable oral communication skills; ability to keep records and make reports; ability to perform under stress and remain stable in pressure situations; ability to train, instruct and supervise inmates in methods and techniques of the trade; ability to utilize computer software; some supervisory ability.
In addition to the checking of references and of facts stated in the application, a thorough background investigation of each candidate may be made before persons are certified for appointment.
Incumbents in this class may be exposed to danger of injury or assault by inmates who have access to tools of the trade as weapons and the following discomforts: loud machine noises, chemical fumes, working in tiring positions, working with dangerous (high speed and/or high temperature, etc.) machinery.
This replaces the existing specification for the class of Correctional Industries Supervisor 1 (Auto Mechanics – 2453) (Clothing – 2455) (General Industries – 2366) (Laundry – 2459) in Salary Groups CO 08 and CO 09 approved effective April 9, 2010. (2015 SCOPE Review)