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New Job Posting from Rhode Island DOC
The State of Rhode Island now 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).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 email@example.com. For questions please call (401) 222-3454.
Another Job Posting from CSG:
A policy analyst specializing in victims issues. The posting should end on March 2, 2018. People should apply through our application website at https://csg.applicantpro.com/jobs/718161.html. This position would be based in our Seattle office located at: 1325 4th Ave, Suite 1215, Seattle, WA 98101
Job postings at PEW:
- Manages a ~10-person unit that brings the best research and tailored state assistance to bear on pressing issues of adult sentencing and corrections
- Helps Pew launch new initiatives: multi-year investments to improve state knowledge of and policy regarding jails and community corrections (probation and parole)
- Ideal candidate operates from a non-partisan platform of facts and research; has extensive knowledge of the criminal justice field and experience working in state policy environments; and enjoys helping individuals and teams grow and achieve.
- Manages a ~10-person unit that leads our legislative strategies, oversees grants and contracts with nearly 2 dozen partners, and works with states to sustain reform momentum
- Helps Pew to distill and communicate the lessons learned from a decade of sentencing and prisons work, and to develop tailored advocacy strategies and partnerships for new lines of work in jails and community corrections
- Ideal candidate operates from a non-partisan platform; has extensive experience with issue advocacy and legislative strategy; and enjoys helping individuals and teams grow and achieve.
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THE COUNCIL OF STATE GOVERNMENTS JUSTICE CENTER
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
The North American Association of Wardens and Superintendents (NAAWS) is seeking a part – time Executive Director (ED).
The NAAWS Executive Director serves at the pleasure of the Association President and the Board of Directors. Upon hiring of the ED, the President will prepare a Letter of Agreement that will outline the specific duties of the position that may be beyond the duties described herein . Candidates must be NAAWS members in good standing at the time of employment and must ret ain such status thro ughout the course of employment .
The ED may not act outside the NAAWS Constitution and By – Laws. The ED serves as the Editor of the Grapevine, which is the Association periodic publication. The ED, under the direction of the President, arranges and coor dinates the details of the Warden of the Year Banquet during the ACA Congress of Corrections, and the NAAWS Hospitality Suites at t he two ACA Conferences annually . The ED coordinates the awards selection process for the Medal of Valor and Warden of the Ye ar. The ED coordinates details of the NAAWS Conferences as directed by the President, which could consist of identifying conference sites for consideration, arranging speakers and other program components for the conferences, arranging entertainment and a ctivities for the conference, recruiting vendors and financial support for the conferences, and other tasks as assigned by the President. Most notably, this position is tasked with ensuring that the NAAWS Conferences are supported by the agencies local to the selected site, such as the state departments of correction, county and municipal corrections agencies, locally – based private or federal corrections facilities or agencies, etc., to ensure adequate attendance at the conferences. The ED is res ponsible f or developing and maintaining relationships with vendors and supporters of the Association, and is responsible to identify a nd secure legal and ethical funding sources to support the Association and its work. The ED is responsible for the recruitment and retention of Association membership. This position manages the day – to – day business and the staff of the Association , in coordination with the will of the President . The ED is required to attend all NAAWS Conferences, all ACA Conferences, the annual Warde n of the Year Banquet, the NAAWS Annual Business Meeting, and other functions as directed by the President.
This position will work as many hours/days as required to perform the duties, but in no case will the ED be considered a full – time employee of the Association. It is incumbent on the ED to notify the President if the part – time status is being threatened by the workload or work hours.
The annual salary is $15,600.00. Expenses incurred for Association business are paid, but must be approved in advan ce by the President. Interested parties, please send resumes to
prior to January 15 , 2018.
MTC-North Central Correctional Complex (Marion, Ohio) has an opening for:
Deputy Warden of Operations
Reports to the Warden. Directly supervises the chief of security, unit manager administrator, and the secretary. Responsible for overall management of security and unit management operations in compliance with Management & Training Corporation (MTC) and Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (ODRC) directives.
Plan, coordinate and direct the total administrative and programmatic activities of the departments assigned.
Provide staff training, evaluate staff performance and implement organizational and personnel changes as approved by the warden and coordinated with the manager, human resources prior to implementation.
Develop departmental budget; monitor and control expenditures. Review and recommend changes to budget authorizations.
Closely monitor the inmate disciplinary and grievance processes to ensure staff compliance.
Develop and implement new and revised policies and procedures affecting security. Coordinate with training and safety captain to ensure compliance with overall facility objectives.
Direct procedures and practices relating to the training and counseling of inmates and security of staff and inmates; maintain constant vigilance of employees and inmates through staff assignments to insure that policies, rules, and regulations are being adhered to and that none are violated.
Conduct weekly inspections of prison to ensure compliance with health, safety, and security standards.
Provide, through administrative assignments, proper number of officers and other personnel for all security functions; oversee preparation of work and other related reports on inmates for the classification committee and permanent record of inmates showing progress and estimating rehabilitative prospects.
Monitor staff selection process of potential employees to ensure adherence to all applicable laws, MTC, and Ohio regulations, and select qualified applicants to fill vacancies as needed.
Promote the development of positive social skills through modeling appropriate behaviors and intervening when inappropriate behaviors are observed. Provide regular feedback to staff regarding social skills procedures and intervention techniques.
Maintain accountability of staff, inmates and property; adhere to safety practices.
It is expected that the incumbent shall perform other duties as assigned within his/her capabilities as determined by management.
Successful candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree in correctional management, criminal justice, public or business administration, education, counseling or other related field preferred and five (5) years correctional experience, three (3) of which must be in a supervisory capacity. Valid driver’s license in the state of Ohio with an acceptable driving record required, unless waived by management.
Management & Training Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Please send resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.