Community Corrections Center Assistant Director

Union City Community Corrections Center

Recruitment #210402-UNCE-I14

Introduction


Union City Community Corrections Center

Salary:  $3,839.21 monthly

This is an unclassified position; selections will be made without the use of an interview committee per OP-110235 V.A.

Oklahoma Department of Corrections
Unclassified Job Descriptor
COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS CENTER ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
 
Basic Purpose
:
Positions in this job are responsible for serving as the Community Corrections Center
will assume the duties of the Community Corrections Center Director in their absence or at their direction.
 
Typical Functions:
*Responsible for the secondary accountability for the operational and administrative aspects of a community corrections center including, but not limited to, custodial care and/or field supervision of offenders, medical services, classification and security, vocational and treatment programs, food services, building and equipment maintenance, and religious and recreational programs; may also be responsible for coordinating and monitoring additional programs such as halfway houses and program contract providers.
*Responsible for ensuring that the activities of a center are in accordance with department guidelines; inspects operational, administrative, and correctional activities to ensure adherence to policies, procedures, and practices. Ensure compliance with agency auditing and accreditation standards, to include operations and federal Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). Prepare documentation to justify facility compliance in these areas. Designated as facility PREA coordinator.
*Serves as the primary assistant to the Center Director in managing the facility budget, staff and other resources.
*Ensures information systems of the assigned center provides accurate and current data to support management information decisions, as well as ensuring compliance with a variety of reporting and auditing requirements.
*Provides oversight to contract service providers as appropriate; serves on special project committees on various department-related operational activities.
*Serves as a public relations contact for assigned center as needed/required.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of the theories, techniques, and trends in rehabilitation of offenders; of community resources for offenders; of the laws, rules and regulations governing offenders; of the ACA/PREA standards of the incarceration and supervision of offenders; of criminal investigative methods and report writing; and, of the principles and practices of management. Ability to plan, direct, and coordinate the activities of others; to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; to establish and maintain effective working relationships; to organize and manage several projects simultaneously; and, to analyze complex and security sensitive situations and adopt an appropriate course of action.
 
Education and Experience:
 
Statutorily Required:
  N/A
 
Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor s degree from an accredited college or university and three (3) years of professional level work experience in corrections or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Job Code:  3951      DOC Pay Grade:  9       Statutory Reference:  74 O.S. § 840-5.5 or 5.11        Effective Date:  04/03/20

Conclusion

Veteran’s preference points apply only for initial appointment in the classified service.