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Full-Time

09 Dec → 08 Jan

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Position Title
Adjunct Instructor for Criminal Procedures and Criminal Law - SSC

Posting Number

Position Status
Part-Time

FLSA
Faculty

Salary and Benefits
Salary is determined by the set salary schedule for adjunct positions.

Campus
South Sioux City, NE

General Description
Adjunct teaching position at the Norfolk Campus starting in Spring 2022.

Qualifications: Education
Juris Doctorate required.

Qualification:Experience
Experience in teaching preferred.

Qualification:Skills
For more information, contact Matt McCarthy (402-844-7345) [email protected] and Dr. Hoffman (402-844-7748) [email protected]

Special Instructions to Applicants

Open Date
09/30/2021

Close Date

Open Until Filled
Yes

Requirements / Qualifications

  • Juris Doctorate required

Benefits/What We offer

  • Salary is determined by the set salary schedule for adjunct positions

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Full-Time

09 Dec → 08 Jan

Job Description

About Our Job

If you have ever had an interest in serving your community while pursuing a career within the criminal justice and legal industry, this opportunity may be right for you. The District Attorney's Office for the 2nd Judicial District is currently recruiting a Senior Criminal Investigator to perform full performance level criminal investigation work.

The Mission of the Denver District Attorney's Office is to professionally and completely prosecute crimes and investigate potential crimes on behalf of the people of the State of Colorado, and in doing so, do justice, advocate for victims' rights and advise and consult in the deterrence and prevention of crime; to ensure the open, evenhanded and humane administration of justice. The office employs approximately 110 attorneys and 160 support staff, who are responsible for more than 6,000 felony and 12,000 misdemeanor prosecutions annually. The elected District Attorney is the chief law enforcement officer in the City and County of Denver, and is responsible for the prosecution of violations of Colorado State Laws. The current Denver District Attorney is Beth McCann.

This position requires certification as a Colorado Peace Officer (POST) at the time of application, and requires a valid Driver's License at the time of application. Please do not apply if you do not possess these certifications

The responsibilities for this position are as follows:
• Locates and interviews victims, witnesses, and suspects
• Investigate and assist in the prosecution of criminal cases
• Determines investigative techniques and case strategies; gathers, evaluates, and preserves evidence, analyzes the evidence, prepares spreadsheets or summary charts on financial or voluminous data, prepares diagrams and demonstrative evidence, photograph crime scenes and determines the presence or absence of criminal activity
• Prepares investigative reports with recommendations for future management of the case
• Organizes case strategies in conjunction with other law enforcement staff and applicable City agencies
• Prepares affidavits for arrest warrant, search warrants, and subpoenas, serves parties involved in legal action, and may prepare interrogatories, production requests, and answers in civil litigation
• Delivers testimony in the Grand Jury and/or court as an advisory witness.
• Other duties, as assigned
Any one position may not include all of the duties listed. However, the allocation of positions will be determined by the amount of time spent in performing the essential duties listed above.

We appreciate your interest and are excited for the opportunity to build a strong team for the City and County of Denver.

About You

Our ideal candidate will have the following:
• 5+ Years of professional level experience conducting comprehensive investigations of complex criminal and civil cases
• Previous experience investigating white collar and/or organized crimes cases
We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum qualifications:
• Education: Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice or a related field.
• Experience: Four (4) years of previous police experience, two (2) of which must be at the level of Criminal Investigator (e.g. Police Detective) or any equivalent combination of education and experience
• Licensure & Certification: Requires certification as a Colorado Peace Officer (POST) at the time of application, and requires a valid Driver's License at the time of application.
• Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements
To be considered for this position, you must include the following on your job application (upload the multiple attachment(s) to the Resume/CV section on the My Experience tab):
• Updated resume - Required
• Cover Letter - Highly preferred
About Everything Else

Job Profile
CL3092 Criminal Investigator
To view the full job profile including position specifications, physical demands, and probationary period, click here .

Position Type
Unlimited

Position Salary Range
$35.95 - $55.72

Starting Pay
$35.95/hour - $40.90/hour, based on education and experience

Agency
District Attorney

The City and County of Denver provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, genetic information, age, or any other status protected under federal, state, and/or local law.

For information about right to work, click here for English or here for Spanish.

Job Responsibilities

  • Locates and interviews victims, witnesses, and suspects
  • Investigate and assist in the prosecution of criminal cases
  • Determines investigative techniques and case strategies; gathers, evaluates, and preserves evidence, analyzes the evidence, prepares spreadsheets or summary charts on financial or voluminous data, prepares diagrams and demonstrative evidence, photograph crime scenes and determines the presence or absence of criminal activity
  • Prepares investigative reports with recommendations for future management of the case
  • Organizes case strategies in conjunction with other law enforcement staff and applicable City agencies
  • Prepares affidavits for arrest warrant, search warrants, and subpoenas, serves parties involved in legal action, and may prepare interrogatories, production requests, and answers in civil litigation
  • Delivers testimony in the Grand Jury and/or court as an advisory witness
  • Other duties, as assigned

Requirements / Qualifications

  • 5+ Years of professional level experience conducting comprehensive investigations of complex criminal and civil cases

  • Previous experience investigating white collar and/or organized crimes cases

  • Education: Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice or a related field

  • Experience: Four (4) years of previous police experience, two (2) of which must be at the level of Criminal Investigator (e.g. Police Detective) or any equivalent combination of education and experience

  • Licensure & Certification: Requires certification as a Colorado Peace Officer (POST) at the time of application, and requires a valid Driver's License at the time of application

  • Education/Experience Equivalency: One (1) year of the appropriate type and level of experience may be substituted for each required year of post-high school education

  • Additional appropriate education may be substituted for the minimum experience requirements

  • Updated resume - Required

Benefits/What We offer

  • Position Salary Range

  • $35.95 - $55.72

  • $35.95/hour - $40.90/hour, based on education and experience

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Full-Time

09 Dec → 08 Jan

Job Description

Requisition No: 743421

Agency: Department of Law Enforcement

Working Title: CRIMINAL JUSTICE CUSTOMER SERVICE SPEC - 71000626

Position Number: 71000626

Salary: $31,200.00

Posting Closing Date: 12/13/2022

CRIMINAL JUSTICE CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALIST

CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROFESSIONALISM

BUREAU OF STANDARDS/OFFICER RECORDS SECTION

MULTIPLE POSITIONS
• Open-Competitive Opportunity**

Position Summary

This position is in the Bureau of Standards in the Officer Records section. This is a full-time position that is responsible for providing immediate assistance in accessing and updating information regarding officer employment, training, and certification to criminal justice agencies and Commission certified training schools . This position requires excellent customer service skills and the ability to work independently.

Specific Duties Include

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Provides assistance to criminal justice agencies, training schools, and the public regarding determination of eligibility requirements for certification of law enforcement, corrections, and correctional probation officers;
• Provides assistance to criminal justice agencies and training schools in identifying and resolving user problems in accessing and utilizing Automated Training Management System (ATMS);
• Coordinates and provides security administration for the ATMS system;
• Review and process applications for criminal justice instructor and K-9 applications for certification;
• Review and approve/deny applications for certification as law enforcement, corrections, and correctional probation officers;
• Coordinates and conducts statewide training workshops with criminal justice agencies and training schools regarding ATMS;
• Research public record requests for officer and instructor information, and statute, rule, and policy and procedures interpretation; and
• Ensure that waiver and variance of Commission rules are processed accurately and expeditiously. Assist customer and general counsel in retrieving information when waiver request is incomplete.

To be considered as a potential candidate, you must meet the minimum qualifications(s) listed below. Degrees must be from an accredited college or university as recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

Minimum Qualifications
• A high school diploma or its equivalent.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
• Knowledge of the principles and techniques of effective communication;
• Ability to train others;
• Ability to understand and apply applicable statutes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures relating to criminal justice standards and training programs;
• Ability to work independently;
• Ability to utilize problem-solving techniques;
• Ability to evaluate and analyze data relating to criminal justice training programs;
• Knowledge of law enforcement telecommunication systems;
• Ability to operate video and telecommunications terminals, personal computers and other office equipment;
• Ability to plan, organize and coordinate work assignments; and
• Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.

Base Salary
• $31,200.00

How You Will Grow

FDLE recognizes the importance of growth and success while fostering a family-oriented work environment. We encourage our members to seek opportunities for professional growth through training, team building, and mentoring. Our four Fundamental Values of Service, Integrity, Respect and Quality will guide you as you embark on a lifelong career at FDLE.

Our Salary & Benefits

Starting salary will be the minimum of the class pay range, unless otherwise dictated by FDLE’s pay policy. FDLE is a State of Florida Employer and offers a comprehensive benefits package, including:
• State of Florida Tuition Waiver Program;
• Paid holidays, vacation and sick leave;
• HMO and PPO health insurance options with premiums starting as low as $50 per month;
• $25,000 in automatic life insurance coverage;
• Multiple supplemental insurance options including: dental, vision, disability and more;
• Pension and investment retirement plan options; and
• Tax deferred medical and child care reimbursement accounts.

About Our Agency

The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) employs more than 1,900 members statewide – either at headquarters in Tallahassee or in one of seven regional operations centers (ROCs). Our mission is to promote public safety and strengthen domestic security by providing services in partnership with local, state, and federal criminal justice agencies to prevent, investigate, and solve crimes while protecting Florida’s citizens and visitors. Click here for additional information about FDLE.

Hiring Process

You will be evaluated for this job based on your previous knowledge and experience. Additional reviews may be performed to screen for preferred qualifications, experience and education. Your qualifications will be based on knowledge, skills, and abilities and other elements relevant to this position supported by the information in your application. Qualifying questions will only be credited if verifiable by the information provided on your application including specifically required software/computer skills. You may be contacted to participate in a selection process which may consist of written exercises, work samples, skills tests, and interviews. You may be notified by email to participate in a selection process. Failure to reply within a designated timeframe may exclude you from further consideration. Future vacancies may be filled from this position advertisement.

Background

FDLE requires an extensive background process of all recommended applicants. The elements of a background include: financial credit check, criminal history of applicant and applicant’s immediate family or roommates, personal references, employment and education verifications (which includes official transcript(s)), drug screen and fingerprinting. This information will be utilized to make the final hiring decision.

Notes

Preference will be given to current FDLE members who have satisfactorily completed at least six months of the probationary period for their current position.

Reminders
• Male applicants born on or after October 1, 1962, will not be eligible for hire or promotion unless they are registered with the Selective Services System (SSS) before their 26th birthday, or have a Letter of Registration Exemption from the SSS. For more information, please visit the SSS website: http://www.sss.gov .
• If you are a retiree of the Florida Retirement System (FRS), please check with the FRS on how your current benefits will be affected if you are re-employed with the State of Florida. Your current retirement benefits may be cancelled, suspended, or deemed ineligible depending upon the date of your retirement.

The State of Florida hires only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized alien workers.

The State of Florida is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer, and does not tolerate discrimination or violence in the workplace.

Candidates requiring a reasonable accommodation, as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, must notify the agency hiring authority and/or People First Service Center (1-866-663-4735). Notification to the hiring authority must be made in advance to allow sufficient time to provide the accommodation.

The State of Florida supports a Drug-Free workplace. All employees are subject to reasonable suspicion drug testing in accordance with Section 112.0455, F.S., Drug-Free Workplace Act.

VETERANS’ PREFERENCE. Pursuant to Chapter 295, Florida Statutes, candidates eligible for Veterans’ Preference will receive preference in employment for Career Service vacancies and are encouraged to apply. Certain service members may be eligible to receive waivers for postsecondary educational requirements. Candidates claiming Veterans’ Preference must attach supporting documentation with each submission that includes character of service (for example, DD Form 214 Member Copy #4) along with any other documentation as required by Rule 55A-7, Florida Administrative Code. Veterans’ Preference documentation requirements are available by clicking here . All documentation is due by the close of the vacancy announcement.

Job Responsibilities

  • Provides assistance to criminal justice agencies, training schools, and the public regarding determination of eligibility requirements for certification of law enforcement, corrections, and correctional probation officers;
  • Provides assistance to criminal justice agencies and training schools in identifying and resolving user problems in accessing and utilizing Automated Training Management System (ATMS);
  • Coordinates and provides security administration for the ATMS system;
  • Review and process applications for criminal justice instructor and K-9 applications for certification;
  • Review and approve/deny applications for certification as law enforcement, corrections, and correctional probation officers;
  • Coordinates and conducts statewide training workshops with criminal justice agencies and training schools regarding ATMS;
  • Research public record requests for officer and instructor information, and statute, rule, and policy and procedures interpretation; and
  • Ensure that waiver and variance of Commission rules are processed accurately and expeditiously
  • Assist customer and general counsel in retrieving information when waiver request is incomplete

Requirements / Qualifications

  • Degrees must be from an accredited college or university as recognized by the U.S

  • A high school diploma or its equivalent

  • Knowledge of the principles and techniques of effective communication;

  • Ability to train others;

  • Ability to understand and apply applicable statutes, rules, regulations, policies and procedures relating to criminal justice standards and training programs;

  • Ability to work independently;

  • Ability to utilize problem-solving techniques;

  • Ability to evaluate and analyze data relating to criminal justice training programs;

  • Knowledge of law enforcement telecommunication systems;

  • Ability to operate video and telecommunications terminals, personal computers and other office equipment;

  • Ability to plan, organize and coordinate work assignments; and

  • Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing

  • FDLE requires an extensive background process of all recommended applicants

  • The elements of a background include: financial credit check, criminal history of applicant and applicant’s immediate family or roommates, personal references, employment and education verifications (which includes official transcript(s)), drug screen and fingerprinting

  • Candidates claiming Veterans’ Preference must attach supporting documentation with each submission that includes character of service (for example, DD Form 214 Member Copy #4) along with any other documentation as required by Rule 55A-7, Florida Administrative Code

Benefits/What We offer

  • Salary: $31,200.00

  • Our Salary & Benefits

  • Starting salary will be the minimum of the class pay range, unless otherwise dictated by FDLE’s pay policy

  • State of Florida Tuition Waiver Program;

  • Paid holidays, vacation and sick leave;

  • HMO and PPO health insurance options with premiums starting as low as $50 per month;

  • $25,000 in automatic life insurance coverage;

  • Multiple supplemental insurance options including: dental, vision, disability and more;

  • Pension and investment retirement plan options; and

  • Tax deferred medical and child care reimbursement accounts

  • If you are a retiree of the Florida Retirement System (FRS), please check with the FRS on how your current benefits will be affected if you are re-employed with the State of Florida

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Full-Time

09 Dec → 08 Jan

Job Description

Job DescriptionDescription:

Dynamis is seeking a Victim Notification Team Leader is to oversee a group of Victim Notification Analyst working with the FBI’s Victim Notification System (VNS) to help ensure that the FBI’s responsibility for timely notification is met. The Victim Assistance Program was developed to ensure that victims of federal crimes are treated with fairness and respect as they journey through the federal criminal justice system. This position will provide full service administrative support to victim services providers (VSPs) within the VSD. The victim assistance and protection laws apply to all victims of federal crime who have suffered physical, financial, or emotional trauma.

Responsibilities

The role of the VNA Team Leader is to oversees VNAs in a supervisory capacity
• Lead charged with providing full- service support to VSD victim services providers
• Assisting the VNS coordinator, CPVA coordinator, and VSD management directly
• Overseeing the processing of victim contact information, case documentation
• Validation and verification of case files in multiple case management systems
• Capturing victim information in VNS and/or the CPVA Tracking System (CPVATS), generating victim notification letters to victims of cases to inform them of the status of the investigation
• When directed, perform quality assurance and report generation
• Creating VNS accounts for victim services providers after the VNS coordinator provides approval
• Presenting during briefings, meetings, and trainings when needed by the coordinator
• Review weekly reports and take action as needed
• Work with the coordinator to update SOPs
• Generating reports for various agencies
• Provide on-the-job training to new victim notification analysts
• Assist in maintaining the VNS for numerous Field Offices and Resident Agencies, as well as headquarters, and provide additional support on duties as assigned
• Responsible for managing the other contractors on the contract, interviewing new candidates, and coordinating all hiring requirements
Requirements:
• U.S. citizenship
• Ability to obtain Top Secret Clearance
• Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university
• Minimum of four (4) years of experience in a professional work environment
• Minimum one (1) year of supervisory experience
• Shall have analytical and problem-solving skills
• Shall have experience in preparing presentation materials for a wide audience
• Working knowledge of basic Word, MS Outlook and MS Excel to include using Excel formulas
• Shall have experience in prioritization of projects and have strong problem-solving skills, good research skills and attention to detail
• Ability to work effectively with others and have good interpersonal skills

Preferred
• Master’s Degree from an accredited university

Job Responsibilities

  • The role of the VNA Team Leader is to oversees VNAs in a supervisory capacity
  • Lead charged with providing full- service support to VSD victim services providers
  • Assisting the VNS coordinator, CPVA coordinator, and VSD management directly
  • Overseeing the processing of victim contact information, case documentation
  • Validation and verification of case files in multiple case management systems
  • Capturing victim information in VNS and/or the CPVA Tracking System (CPVATS), generating victim notification letters to victims of cases to inform them of the status of the investigation
  • When directed, perform quality assurance and report generation
  • Creating VNS accounts for victim services providers after the VNS coordinator provides approval
  • Presenting during briefings, meetings, and trainings when needed by the coordinator
  • Review weekly reports and take action as needed
  • Work with the coordinator to update SOPs
  • Generating reports for various agencies
  • Provide on-the-job training to new victim notification analysts
  • Assist in maintaining the VNS for numerous Field Offices and Resident Agencies, as well as headquarters, and provide additional support on duties as assigned
  • Responsible for managing the other contractors on the contract, interviewing new candidates, and coordinating all hiring requirements

Requirements / Qualifications

  • U.S. citizenship

  • Ability to obtain Top Secret Clearance

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university

  • Minimum of four (4) years of experience in a professional work environment

  • Minimum one (1) year of supervisory experience

  • Shall have experience in preparing presentation materials for a wide audience

  • Working knowledge of basic Word, MS Outlook and MS Excel to include using Excel formulas

  • Shall have experience in prioritization of projects and have strong problem-solving skills, good research skills and attention to detail

  • Ability to work effectively with others and have good interpersonal skills

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Full-Time

09 Dec → 08 Jan

Job Description

Are you looking for a career with a purpose? The Texas Department of Criminal Justice is hiring Correctional Officers across the state To apply for this position and fill out all required forms please visit our application site at: https://fa007.taleo.net/careersection/coexternal/jobsearch.ftl?langen Starting salary of $3,472.82 monthly (full-time) and $1,787.09 (part-time) with career ladder pay increases built into honor time worked and veteran service time recognized. Full Time and Part Time positions available. Part Time (20 hours per week) with Benefits. Current State paid 100% health care plan premiums for eligible full-time employees and 50% of the premium for their eligible dependents. Eligible part-time employees get a 50% state contribution for themselves and 25% for their dependents. Benefits starting after 60 days of employment. Vision, dental, life, accidental insurance, short- and long-term disability plans available Overtime Pay is currently available Retirement options with employer match Paid Training Free Uniforms Earn Sick Time and Vacation Time from Day One A veteran who has completed at least two years active military service and been discharged under honorable conditions, or an applicant who has earned an associate's degree or bachelor's degree from an accredited college will start as a Correctional Officer IV, pay level 4 $3,776.91 per month. Regular promotions within the career path continue, progressive to $4,278.20 at 61 months TDCJ service. A CO applicant with prior government correctional custody or law enforcement experience within the 36-month period preceding date of hire shall be hired at a pay level corresponding with the months of service if dates of employment are verified by former employer and the applicant left employer in good standing. Title - Fulltime Monthly Security Salary and Months of Service CO I - $3,472.82 (minimum) $3,577.01 (maximum) with 0 to 2 (months of service) CO II - $3,574.18 (minimum) $3,681.40 (maximum) with 3 to 6 (months of service) CO III - $3,670.64 (minimum) $3,780.76 (maximum) with 7 to 12 (months of service) CO IV - $3,776.91 (minimum) $3,890.22 (maximum) with 13 to 24 (months of service) CO IV - $3,889.90 (minimum) $4,006.60 (maximum) with 25 to 36 (months of service) CO IV - $4,002.89 (minimum) $4,122.97 (maximum) with 37 to 72 (months of service) CO V - $4,278.20 (minimum) $4,406.55 (maximum) with 73 (months of service) Part-Time Correctional Officer Salary (minimum of 20 hours per week) Effective April 1, 2022 Note: New part-time Correctional Officers attend the training academy for 6 weeks and on-the-job training at their unit of assignment for 2 weeks on a full-time basis. During this period, officers receive $3,472.82. For any remaining part of the 2nd month of employment, the part-time salary is $1,787.09. The table below contains salary information for part-time Correctional Officers at each level of the career ladder. Title - Part-Time Monthly Security Salary and Months of Service CO I - $3,472.82 (minimum) $3,577.00 (maximum) to 2 (months of service) CO II - $1,787.09 (minimum) $1,840.70 (maximum) to 6 (months of service) CO III - $1,835.32 (minimum) $1,890.38 (maximum) 7 to 12 (months of service) CO IV - $1,888.45 (minimum) $1,945.11 (maximum)13 (months of service) Salary rates may differ for return-to-work retirees who are not ERS contributors. Correctional staff working on maximum-security facilities will receive an additional 3% as maximum-security differential (MSD) pay. Maximum-Security Facilities: Allred, Beto, Clements, Coffield, Connally, Darrington, Ellis, Estelle, Ferguson, Hughes, Lewis, McConnell, Michael, Montford, Polunsky, Robertson, Scott, Skyview, Smith, Stiles, Telford, Wainwright, Wynne Salary rates may differ for return-to-work retirees who are not ERS contributors. You must be a citizen of the U.S., or an alien authorized to work in the U.S. You must be at least 18 years old. You must possess a High School Diploma from an accredited senior high school or equivalent, or a state or military-issued General Education Development (GED) certificate. You must not be on active duty in the military, unless on terminal leave. (Applicants may apply if they are within 6 months of eligibility.) You must not have been discharged from the Armed Forces under dishonorable conditions. You must never have been convicted of a felony. You must never have been convicted of an offense involving domestic violence. You cannot have had a Class B misdemeanor conviction within the past 3 years. You cannot have had a Class A misdemeanor conviction within the past 10 years. You cannot be on probation for any criminal offense. You cannot have any criminal charges pending or have an outstanding warrant. Correctional staff working on maximum-security facilities will receive an additional 3% as maximum-security differential (MSD) pay. Maximum Security Facilities: Allred, Beto, Clements, Coffield, Connally, Darrington, Ellis, Estelle, Ferguson, Hughes, Lewis, McConnell, Michael, Montford, Polunsky, Robertson, Scott, Skyview, Smith, Stiles, Telford, Wainwright, Wynne A State of Texas Application for Employment, TDCJ Employment Application Supplement (PERS 282), and all other required documents should be completed. Required qualifications: 18 years or older Legally authorized to work in the United States At least high school diploma or equivalent or higher

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Contractor

09 Dec → 08 Jan

Job Description

Project Executive - Criminal Justice
Job Locations US-IL-Chicago Requisition ID 2022-6819 Category Project Management Overview
The Criminal Justice Project Executive is the on-site representative of the Company responsible for the overall direction, completion, and financial outcome of a single complex construction-management project; as well as mentoring multiple Project Managers and Engineers.
Responsibilities
• Direct and supervise work of project administration, project superintendents, and engineers to establish operational priorities and maintain satisfactory relationships with owners, subcontractors, unions, etc.
• Enforce project reporting requirements
• Manage critical issues
• Assume overall accountability for jobsite safety and quality
Qualifications
KEY COMPETENCIES
• Leverage Business Insights – Understand and act on industry trends, local market and economic conditions and our business model to make decisions and create competitive advantage.
• Deploy a Strategic Mindset *-* Take a broad, global perspective when considering proactive solutions to long-term opportunities and risks that might develop in the future.
• Display Emotional Intelligence - Demonstrate the capacity to recognize feelings and patterns of behavior and those of others. Manage emotions effectively in ourselves and our relationships.
• Build High Performing Teams - Attract, select, develop, recognize, and retain talented individuals. Utilize motivation and discipline to maximize performance and impact on the organization.
• Drive Team Accountability - Determine priorities and delegate work; monitor and communicate progress. Establish measures to assess the impact, quality and timeliness of results; praise success and learn from mistakes.
• Coach and Develop Others - Provide feedback, instruction, and development guidance to help others excel in their current or future job responsibilities. Plan for and support development of individual skills and abilities.
EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION
• BS OR MS degree in Engineering or Construction Management
• 10-15 years in the lead role on projects
• Strong criminal justice experience
• Or equivalent combination of education and experience
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
• Strong technical and communication skills are critical
• Ability to work in a team environment
• Leadership and management skills
• Knowledge of Procore, Microsoft Office (preferred)
• Gilbane offers an excellent total compensation package which includes competitive health and welfare benefits and a generous profit-sharing/401k plan. We invest in our employees’ education and have built Gilbane University into a top training organization in the construction industry. Qualified applicants who are offered a position must pass a pre-employment substance abuse test.*
• Gilbane is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or disability status.*
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Job Responsibilities

  • Direct and supervise work of project administration, project superintendents, and engineers to establish operational priorities and maintain satisfactory relationships with owners, subcontractors, unions, etc
  • Enforce project reporting requirements
  • Manage critical issues
  • Assume overall accountability for jobsite safety and quality
  • Manage emotions effectively in ourselves and our relationships
  • Build High Performing Teams - Attract, select, develop, recognize, and retain talented individuals
  • Utilize motivation and discipline to maximize performance and impact on the organization
  • Drive Team Accountability - Determine priorities and delegate work; monitor and communicate progress
  • Establish measures to assess the impact, quality and timeliness of results; praise success and learn from mistakes
  • Coach and Develop Others - Provide feedback, instruction, and development guidance to help others excel in their current or future job responsibilities
  • Plan for and support development of individual skills and abilities

Requirements / Qualifications

  • Leverage Business Insights – Understand and act on industry trends, local market and economic conditions and our business model to make decisions and create competitive advantage

  • Display Emotional Intelligence - Demonstrate the capacity to recognize feelings and patterns of behavior and those of others

  • BS OR MS degree in Engineering or Construction Management

  • 10-15 years in the lead role on projects

  • Strong criminal justice experience

  • Or equivalent combination of education and experience

  • Strong technical and communication skills are critical

  • Ability to work in a team environment

  • Leadership and management skills

  • Qualified applicants who are offered a position must pass a pre-employment substance abuse test.*

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Full-Time

09 Dec → 08 Jan

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Posting Number F00341P Position Title Assistant Professor-Criminology and Criminal Justice Department Criminology and Criminal Just Location Arlington Job Family Faculty Position Status Full-time Rank Tenure-track Work Hours Standard Open to External and Internal FLSA Exempt Salary Duration Funding expected to continue Pay Basis Benefits Eligible Yes Job Summary The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justicein the College of Liberal Arts, the University of Texas at Arlington, invites applications for a tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor
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In accordance with USCIS regulations, successful applicants must be legally able to accept work in the United States.
Position description
The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice (CRCJ) at The University of Texas at Arlington seeks to fill one tenure-track position at the rank of Assistant Professor. The position will commence on September 1, 2023. The position is a nine-month, tenure-track appointment with the possibility of summer teaching. The salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Successful candidates are expected to demonstrate a commitment to diversity and equity in education through their scholarship, teaching, and/or service as well as a strong commitment to teaching, advising, and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students from diverse backgrounds.
University Information
The University of Texas at Arlington is located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metroplex, a vibrant and diverse metropolitan area that is home to over 7 million people, one of the fastest-growing tech economies in the United States, and a wide array of arts, entertainment, and cultural activities. UTA is a comprehensive teaching, research, and public service institution dedicated to the advancement of knowledge through scholarship and creative work. The University is committed to providing access and ensuring student success, and to a culture of innovation, entrepreneurship, and commercialization of discoveries by our community of scholars. With an enrollment of approximately 46,000 students, UTA is the largest institution in North Texas and the second-largest in the UT System. As a result of its combination of rigorous academics and innovative research, UTA is designated as a Carnegie R-1 “Very High Research Activity” institution and as a Texas Tier One institution. In 2021, UTA received the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award for its deep commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion in higher education. UTA ranks No. 4 nationally in
Military Times’ annual “Best for Vets: Colleges” list and No. 1 in Texas for the number of degrees awarded to African American students (
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 2021). UTA is designated by the U.S. Department of Education as both a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) and an Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institution (AANAPISI), and it has the fifth-most ethnically diverse undergraduate population in the United States (
U.S. News & World Report, 2023). UTA is among the top 50 performers nationwide for promoting social mobility of its graduates (
U.S. News & World Report, 2023), and its approximately 250,000 alumni, including some who occupy leadership positions at many of the 23 Fortune 500 companies headquartered in North Texas, contribute to the UTA’s $22.2 billion annual economic impact on Texas.

Department and College/School Information
The Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice is housed within the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Texas at Arlington. The Department offers a Bachelor of Arts (BA) and minors in Law and Legal Studies (LLS) and Forensic Applications of Science and Technology (FAST). At the graduate level, the department offers two Master of Arts (MA) degrees. The department strives to create an academic environment that promotes the intellectual and professional development of faculty and is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. The mission of the department aligns with the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the College of Liberal Arts IDEAS committee. Additional information about the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice and UTA may be found at:
[...] Statement
Successful candidates are expected to demonstrate a commitment to diversity and equity in education through their scholarship, teaching, and/or service as well as a strong commitment to teaching, advising, and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students from diverse backgrounds.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in criminology and criminal justice, expanding the knowledge base of the field by conducting research, and engaging in service to the department, university, and discipline. The standard teaching load is four courses per academic year (typically 2/2) for high-performing research faculty.
Required Qualifications A PhD in Criminology, Criminal Justice, Forensic Science, Biology, Chemistry, or related field is required. ABDs will be considered with an expected completion of their doctoral degree before June 1, 2023. Applicants with a JD alone will not be considered. Candidates must provide evidence of excellence in research, teaching, and service—as well as potential for, or record of, funded research activity.
Preferred Qualifications The area of specialization is open, but preference will be given to applicants with teaching and research background in Forensic Science (e.g., crime scene investigation and technology, forensic investigation techniques, digital forensics, biosocial criminology). Preferred applicants will have experience in lab-based courses, with the potential to teach courses offered via our minor in Forensic Science/Crime Scene Technology.
Special Conditions for Eligibility Working Title EEO Statement

UTA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action institution. Minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Additionally, the University prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of sexual orientation. A criminal background check will be conducted on finalists. The UTA is a tobacco free campus.

Posting Detail Information

Number of Vacancies 1 Desired Start Date 09/01/2023 Open Date Review Start Date Open Until Filled Special Instructions to Applicants To apply applicants should go to
[...] and submit the following materials:
• Letter of interest including a research statement and teaching philosophy,
• Curriculum Vitae
• Contact information for three references.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Questions may be addressed to: Search Chair, Dr. James Kelsay ([email protected]) and Interim Department Chair, Dr. Jaya Davis ([email protected]).

For more information about UTA, please visit: [...]

Requirement Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

Documents Needed To Apply

Required Documents
• Cover/Interest Letter
• Curriculum Vitae

Optional Documents

Job Responsibilities

  • Essential Duties and Responsibilities Responsibilities include teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in criminology and criminal justice, expanding the knowledge base of the field by conducting research, and engaging in service to the department, university, and discipline
  • Letter of interest including a research statement and teaching philosophy,
  • Contact information for three references

Requirements / Qualifications

  • In accordance with USCIS regulations, successful applicants must be legally able to accept work in the United States

  • Required Qualifications A PhD in Criminology, Criminal Justice, Forensic Science, Biology, Chemistry, or related field is required

  • ABDs will be considered with an expected completion of their doctoral degree before June 1, 2023

  • Candidates must provide evidence of excellence in research, teaching, and service—as well as potential for, or record of, funded research activity

  • Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*)

  • Cover/Interest Letter

  • Curriculum Vitae

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Join our team in a career that centers on alternatives to incarceration, evidence-based practices and community collaboration. We focus on community safety through positive behavior change and supporting individuals involved in the justice system. Our services address the underlying issues that lead to criminal behavior and provide the opportunity for change.

Section Managers with Criminal Justice Services do work that really matters. CJS Section Managers direct and coordinate client services, personnel, and section and division-wide procedures and policy. Section Managers have opportunity to build knowledge and support all CJS sections including Specialty Courts, Reports and Assessments, Probation, and Pretrial services. We value teamwork, collaboration with community partners, accountability, a client-focused approach, a safe and supportive environment, empowerment, and continued professional development opportunities. We hire the most knowledgeable and experienced employees in the industry.

At Salt Lake County, we do not just accept individual difference; we value and support it to create a culture of dignity and respect for our employees. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

We encourage bilingual applicants to apply.

Not only does Salt Lake County offer an excellent benefits package, but it is also an incredible place to call home and enjoy a quality lifestyle!

JOB SUMMARY

Directs and coordinates section services, development, procedures and personnel for the Division of Criminal Justice Services.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Business, Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, Public Administration, or other closely related field, plus six (6) years of related experience, of which two (2) years must have been supervisory experience; OR an equivalent combination of related education and experience.

Education may not be substituted for the required supervisory experience.

Due to the nature of this position, the successful applicant must pass a required pre-employment background check and subsequent mandatory background checks in accordance with current County Human Resources policy requirements.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
• Provides administrative leadership by evaluating current resources to resolve problems and improve public service.
• Create and guide innovative program services using evidence-based practices.
• Lead strategic planning efforts for Section to support Division strategic direction, including monitoring plans, goals, and objectives.
• Acts as an administrative liaison with referring judges to meet the unique needs of each court. Prepares presentations and acts as an informational resource for, and meets directly with, referring judges, court administrators, prosecutors, and defense attorneys.
• Supervises staff which includes hiring, orienting, training, assigning and reviewing work performance, annual work performance appraisal, and discipline.
• Reviews and analyzes services and fidelity of evidence based practices to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and local laws.
• Develops, implements, monitors, and evaluates contracts, including developing and processing Requests for Bids and by monitoring and analyzing quality of services to ensure compliance with rules and regulations.
• Represents the Section to coordinate program plans with State and local officials, criminal justice agencies, treatment agencies, and other agencies providing services to clients.
• Reconciles program stakeholder and client complaints and responds to politically sensitive issues with guidance from superiors.
• Represents Associate Director or Director in their absence, as assigned.
• Provides periodic staff meetings and regular individual meetings to share information with staff, resolve problems, and provide training.
• Develops program budgets by prioritizing and projecting fiscal needs. Monitors and controls expenditures by reviewing periodic budget reports and making staffing and other expense decisions.

WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

Work duties are typically performed in a general office setting; travels to courts, detention centers and various criminal justice agencies.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THIS POSITION

Occasional evenings and weekends may be necessary. Must be able to travel to various work sites.

Job Responsibilities

  • CJS Section Managers direct and coordinate client services, personnel, and section and division-wide procedures and policy
  • Section Managers have opportunity to build knowledge and support all CJS sections including Specialty Courts, Reports and Assessments, Probation, and Pretrial services
  • Directs and coordinates section services, development, procedures and personnel for the Division of Criminal Justice Services
  • Provides administrative leadership by evaluating current resources to resolve problems and improve public service
  • Create and guide innovative program services using evidence-based practices
  • Lead strategic planning efforts for Section to support Division strategic direction, including monitoring plans, goals, and objectives
  • Acts as an administrative liaison with referring judges to meet the unique needs of each court
  • Prepares presentations and acts as an informational resource for, and meets directly with, referring judges, court administrators, prosecutors, and defense attorneys
  • Supervises staff which includes hiring, orienting, training, assigning and reviewing work performance, annual work performance appraisal, and discipline
  • Reviews and analyzes services and fidelity of evidence based practices to ensure compliance with Federal, State, and local laws
  • Develops, implements, monitors, and evaluates contracts, including developing and processing Requests for Bids and by monitoring and analyzing quality of services to ensure compliance with rules and regulations
  • Represents the Section to coordinate program plans with State and local officials, criminal justice agencies, treatment agencies, and other agencies providing services to clients
  • Reconciles program stakeholder and client complaints and responds to politically sensitive issues with guidance from superiors
  • Represents Associate Director or Director in their absence, as assigned
  • Provides periodic staff meetings and regular individual meetings to share information with staff, resolve problems, and provide training
  • Develops program budgets by prioritizing and projecting fiscal needs
  • Monitors and controls expenditures by reviewing periodic budget reports and making staffing and other expense decisions

Requirements / Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Business, Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, Public Administration, or other closely related field, plus six (6) years of related experience, of which two (2) years must have been supervisory experience; OR an equivalent combination of related education and experience

  • Education may not be substituted for the required supervisory experience

  • Due to the nature of this position, the successful applicant must pass a required pre-employment background check and subsequent mandatory background checks in accordance with current County Human Resources policy requirements

  • Must be able to travel to various work sites

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09 Dec → 08 Jan

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Grants Management Specialist (Law Enforcement)
Department of Justice
Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA)
COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement
The COVID-19 vaccination requirement for federal employees pursuant to Executive Order 14043 does not currently apply. Some jobs, however, may be subject to agency- or job-specific vaccination requirements, so please review the job announcement for details. for more information.
Location
1 vacancy in the following location:
+ Duties
• (The duties described reflect the full performance level of this position)*
This position is located in the Department of Justice (DOJ), Office of Justice Programs (OJP), Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), Policy Office, Law Enforcement Operations Division. BJA's broad and complex criminal justice grant programs, which are nationwide in scope, provide funds, training and technical assistance (TTA) to state, local, and tribal criminal justice communities. The Policy Office provides national leadership in criminal justice grant programs, training, and technical assistance. The incumbent will:
1) Serve as a Policy Advisor in law enforcement operations with a focus on officer safety and wellness, and law enforcement recruiting and retention.
2) Serve as a technical expert in the administration of a wide variety of complex criminal justice law enforcement operations with an emphasis on officer safety and wellness, law enforcement recruiting and retention, and related grants, cooperative agreements and/or contracts.
3) Negotiate technical aspects of officer safety and wellness, and law enforcement officer recruiting and retention on the federal grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, and inter-agency agreements to ensure the greatest potential for success and impact of vital programs.
4) Monitor overall performance of officer safety and wellness, and law enforcement recruiting and retention grantees for adherence to research-based principles, fidelity to a model, and success in implementation.
5) Maintain contact with training and technical assistance providers and periodic contact with site-based grantees to stay current with their progress and implementation efforts, needs, and problems associated with officer safety and wellness, and law enforcement officer recruiting and retention.
6) Provide advice and guidance to resolve, implement, or manage program issues that involve major areas of uncertainty in approach or methodology around officer safety and wellness, and law enforcement recruiting and retention.
7) Make recommendations related to officer safety and wellness, and law enforcement recruiting and retention program planning.
8) Serve as a technical expert in the administration of a wide variety of complex officer safety and wellness, and law enforcement recruiting and retention strategies to inform the development and management of grants and/or cooperative agreements.
9) Provide guidance and recommendations on officer safety and wellness, and law enforcement recruiting and retention related initiatives.
10) Develop and maintain effective relationships with national, state, tribal and local experts, administrators, high-level officials, policy makers, and planners in officer safety and wellness, and law enforcement recruiting and retention areas.
11) Serve as a BJA representative on interagency task forces focusing on officer safety and wellness, and law enforcement recruiting and retention programs whose members may include high-level DOJ officials and other executive branch representatives.
12) Researches and prepares a variety of written materials related to administrative or program work, such as researching program trends and preparing correspondence, memoranda, white papers, or other documents relevant to program activities.
Requirements
Conditions of Employment
• U.S. Citizenship required.
• Subject to background/suitability investigation/determination.
• Submit all required documents and Online Assessment Questionnaire.
• Federal payments are required to be made by Direct Deposit.
• Requires registration for the Selective Service. Visit www.sss.gov.
• Confidential financial disclosure may be required.
• Pre-employment drug testing required.
• 1-year probationary period may be required.
See Other Information for further requirements.
Qualifications
Additional information on the qualification requirements is outlined in the OPM Qualification Standards Handbook of General Schedule Positions and is available at OPM's website: https://www.opm.gov/qualifications/standards/indexes/num-ndx.asp
All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of this announcement.
MINIMUM FEDERAL QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Qualifying experience for the GS-13 level includes one year of specialized experience at least equivalent to the GS-12 level which is in or directly related to the line of work of the position to be filled and which has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to successfully perform the duties of the position.
Examples of specialized experience at the GS-12 level include: experience with law enforcement operations with an emphasis on officer safety and wellness, and officer recruiting and retention; experience with laws, regulations, rules, policies and procedures for the administration of Federal grants and cooperative agreements related to law enforcement operations with an emphasis on officer safety and wellness; experience formulating guidelines, implementing new initiatives and providing policy interpretation for law enforcement operations with an emphasis on officer safety and wellness programs and officer recruiting and retention strategies; experience evaluating and monitoring law enforcement operations with an emphasis on grants programs or cooperative agreements; or experience as a technical expert in law enforcement operations with an emphasis on officer safety and wellness, and officer recruiting and retention grants and/or cooperative agreements.
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TECHNICAL QUALIFICATIONS:
Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications as described above will be further evaluated based upon the following technical qualifications:
Knowledge of the laws, regulations, rules, policies, procedures, and methods governing Federal officer safety and wellness, and/or law enforcement recruiting and retention grants and/or cooperative agreements, and awards;
Ability to provide advice and guidance on officer safety and wellness, and/or law enforcement recruiting and retention grant and cooperative agreement policies, Standard Operating Procedures, and guidelines;
Ability to apply analytical methods and techniques in the identification and resolution officer safety and wellness, and/or law enforcement recruiting and retention grant and/or cooperative agreement administration issues;
Ability to plan and execute work.;
Ability to communicate in writing;
Ability to communicate effectively other than in writing.
Education
See Other Information.
Additional information
This position is included in the bargaining unit.
TIME-IN-GRADE REQUIREMENT: Status applicants for promotion must have 52 weeks of service at the next lower grade by the closing date.
This vacancy announcement may be used to fill additional vacancies.
As the federal agency whose mission is to ensure the fair and impartial administration of justice for all Americans, the Department of Justice is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment. To build and retain a workforce that reflects the diverse experiences and perspectives of the American people, we welcome applicants from the many communities, identities, races, ethnicities, backgrounds, abilities, religions, and cultures of the United States who share our commitment to public service.
This position may be eligible for telework per agency policy.

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Working Title Probation Officer ($5,000 Sign On Bonus/P&P District #26/Culpeper/Multiple Positions) - #P2608 Role Title Probation Officer I - 69091 Job Open Date 08/19/2022 Job Close Date Open Until Filled Yes Is this position funded in whole or in part by the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (Stimulus Package)? No Hiring Range $43,700 - $48,200 Agency Div of Community Corrections (767) Agency Website Location Culpeper - 047 Sublocation Position Number P2608 Job Posting Number 1104750 Type of Recruitment General Public - G Does this position have telework options? No Bilingual/Multilingual Skill Requirement/Preference Yes Job Type Full-Time (Salaried) Job Type Detail Full-Time Salaried - Non-Faculty- FTS-1 Pay Band 04 Job Description Sign on bonuses of $5,000 will be offered to new hires who sign a two (2) year tenure agreement ($2,500 paid at time of hire and $2,500 paid at the end of twelve-month probationary period).
Provides supervision and monitoring of probationers from Courts and the Parole Board in
accordance with DOC standards; to enhance public safety through supervision, follow-up, and the use of community resources, and commitment or re-commitment if necessary.
Provides day-to-day supervision to probationers who require both intensive and regular
probation/parole/post-release supervision. Assesses the criminogenic and treatment needs of the probationer. Actively applies evidence based practices including effective communication skills, principles, and techniques to promote internal change within the probationer. Collaborate with probationer, district, and community resources to develop and manage individualized treatment plans. Make home and community contacts in accord with case needs and supervision plans;
prepare Pre-sentence Investigations, sentencing guidelines, and other reports as assigned in a timely manner; testify and provide sentencing recommendations to the court/attorney.
Probation Officers participate in Virginia Law Officers’ Retirement System (VaLORS), which is a defined benefit plan with enhanced benefits for hazardous duty. VaLORS participants are eligible to retire at age 60 with five years of creditable service or as early as age 50 with 25 years of creditable service. A reduced benefit is available at age 50 with five years of creditable service.
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Minimum Qualifications Valid driver’s license. Recent experience working directly with diverse groups of clients, co-workers and community agencies in a criminal justice and/or human services setting to accomplish collaborative and individual goals. Recent experience providing high volume case management supervision and documenting case activities on an on-going basis in a fast paced criminal justice and/or human services setting. Experience providing counseling and targeted intervention to criminal justice and/or human services clients on an ongoing basis in a fast paced, high volume setting. Experience making referrals to service/program providers and to management for review. Experience gathering information, creating and presenting reports to criminal justice &/or judiciary entities, administrative officials, courts or the Parole Board. Demonstrated skill in the use of Microsoft Office to include Outlook, Word, and Excel. The selected candidate must be eligible and have the ability to obtain required VCIN certification.
Preferred Qualifications Prefer Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university with coursework in criminal justice or a related human services field or equivalent applicable training or experience. Prefer experience making field &/or home visits to clients. Prefer experience keying data into a case management or automated record system such as VACORIS, Badge, etc. Prefer experience in completing risk assessments and developing case plans. Prefer awareness of Evidence Based Practices. Bi-lingual and Multi-lingual applicants are encouraged to apply.
Special Requirements All applicants are subject to a background investigation and those applying to a designated safety sensitive position are subject to a pre-employment drug screen.
The investigation may include: fingerprint checks (State Police, FBI); local agency checks; employment verification; verification of education (relevant to employment); credit checks; and other checks requested by the hiring authority.
The selected candidate must be eligible and have the ability to obtain VCIN certification.
Special Instructions to Applicants This position is located at Probation and Parole District #26 in Culpeper, Virginia.
Application and/or résumé for this position must be submitted electronically by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date through the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Job Board/Recruitment Management System (RMS). Mailed, emailed, faxed, or hand delivered applications and/or résumés will not be accepted.
The decision to interview an applicant is based solely on the information received for this position from either the electronic application and/or résumé.
RMS provides a confirmation of receipt when your application and/or résumé is submitted successfully. Please refer to “Your Application” in your RMS account to check the status of your application for this position.
This is a tobacco free facility. Use of all tobacco products is prohibited on site at all times.
Applicants who possess an Interagency Placement Screening Form (Yellow Form) or a Preferential Hiring Form (Blue Form) as issued under the Department of Human Resources Management (DHRM) Policy 1.30 Layoff (Commonwealth of Virginia Employees Only), MUST attach these forms when submitting their state application and/or résumé.
The Virginia Department of Corrections is an EEO employer. Reasonable accommodations are available upon request.
AMERICORPS, PEACE CORPS, AND OTHER NATIONAL SERVICE ALUMNI ARE ALL ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.
In support of the Commonwealth’s commitment to inclusion, DOC encourages individuals with disabilities to apply through the Commonwealth Alternative Hiring Process. To be considered for this opportunity, applicants will need to provide their Certificate of Disability (COD) provided by a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor within the Department for Aging & Rehabilitative Services (DARS). Veterans are encouraged to answer Veteran status questions and submit their disability documentation, if applicable, to DARS to get their Certificate of Disability. If you need to get a Certificate of Disability, use this link:
[...] or call DARS at 800- 552-5019.

Contact Information

Name Human Resources Phone 804-514-1509 Fax FAXED APPLICATIONS/RÉSUMÉS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS POSITION Email EMAILED APPLICATIONS/RÉSUMÉS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS POSITION Address MAILED APPLICATIONS/RÉSUMÉS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS POSITION

Posting Specific Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
• *
Do you have an Interagency Placement Screening Form (Yellow Form) as issued under Policy 1.30 Layoff? (Commonwealth of Virginia Employees Only);
• Yes
• No
• Not Applicable
• *
Do you have a Preferential Hiring Form (Blue Form) as issued under Policy 1.30 Layoff? (Commonwealth of Virginia Employees Only)
• Yes
• No
• Not Applicable
• *
How did you find this employment opportunity?
• State Recruitment Management System (RMS)
• Agency Website or Bulletin Board
• Job Board (Indeed, Monster, Dice, etc.)
• Social Media (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.)
• Newspaper or Professional Journal (Please specify below)
• Career Fair or Job Event (Please specify below)
• VEC (Virginia Employment Commission)
• Radio/TV (Please specify below)
• Other (Please specify below)
• *
Please specify the actual source from your response to question #4 above (Name of newspaper, Journal Title, Job Board, Career Fair, Agency Website, Social Media Type, etc.) If unknown or none, enter: N/A.

(Open Ended Question)
• *
Please read this question carefully and respond appropriately.
In accordance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) and DOJ, 28 CFR 115.17, please respond to the following:
Question #1
Have you engaged in sexual abuse in an institutional setting where the term "institutional" refers to any facility or institution:
(A) which is owned, operated, managed by, or provides services on behalf of any State or political subdivision of a State; and
(B) which is:
(i) for persons who are mentally ill, disabled, or retarded, or chronically ill or handicapped;
(ii) a jail, prison, or other correctional facility;
(iii) a pretrial detention facility;
(iv) for juveniles;
(v) providing skilled nursing, intermediate or long-term care, or custodial or residential care.
• Yes
• No
• *
Please read this question carefully and respond appropriately.
In accordance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) and DOJ, 28 CFR 115.17, please respond to the following:
Question #2
Have you been convicted of engaging or attempting to engage in sexual activity in the community facilitated by force, overt or implied threats of force, or coercion, or if the victim did not consent or was unable to consent or refuse?
• Yes
• No
• *
Please read this question carefully and respond appropriately.
In accordance with the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) and DOJ, 28 CFR 115.17, please respond to the following:
Question #3
Have you been civilly or administratively adjudicated for having engaged in the sexual activity described in questions #1 and/or #2, above?
• Yes
• No
• *
Do you have a valid driver's license?
• Yes
• No
• *
Do you have recent experience working directly with diverse groups of clients, co-workers and community agencies in a criminal justice and/or human services setting to accomplish collaborative and individual goals/responsibilities? (Applicable knowledge and/or experience must be documented on your application)
• Yes
• No
• *
Do you have recent experience providing high volume case management supervision and documenting case activities on an on-going basis in a fast paced criminal justice and/or human services setting? (Applicable knowledge and/or experience must be documented on your application)
• Yes
• No
• *
Do you have experience providing counseling and targeted intervention to criminal justice and/or human services clients on an ongoing basis in a fast paced, high volume setting? (Applicable knowledge and/or experience must be documented on your application)
• Yes
• No
• *
Do you have experience making referrals to service/program providers and to management for review? (Applicable knowledge and/or experience must be documented on your application)
• Yes
• No
• *
Are you skilled in the use of Microsoft Office to include Outlook, Word, and Excel?
• Yes
• No
• *
Do you have knowledge of Evidenced Based Practices and how it is utilized? (Applicable knowledge and/or experience must be documented on your application)
• Yes
• No
• *
Do you have a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with coursework in criminal justice, a related human services field, or equivalent applicable training or experience? (Applicable knowledge and/or experience must be documented on your application)
• I have a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university.
• I will be receiving a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university within three (3) months of the closing date of this job posting.
• I do not have a Bachelor's degree. However, I have equivalent applicable training and/or experience as documented on my application.
• I do not have a Bachelor's Degree nor equivalent applicable training and/or experience.
• *
If you have a Bachelor's Degree or will be receiving it within three (3) months of the closing date of this job posting, please provide the date the degree was or will be received. (month/year)

(Open Ended Question)
• *
Are you requesting consideration through the Alternative Hiring Process and have you received an approved Certificate of Disability?
• Yes
• No
• *
If you were referred to this position by a current DOC employee, please list their full name below:
(only one employee may be listed)

(Open Ended Question)

Applicant Documents

Required Documents
Optional Documents
• Cover Letter
• Resume
• Other Document
• Transcript
• Blue/Yellow Card

Job Responsibilities

  • Provides supervision and monitoring of probationers from Courts and the Parole Board in
  • accordance with DOC standards; to enhance public safety through supervision, follow-up, and the use of community resources, and commitment or re-commitment if necessary
  • Provides day-to-day supervision to probationers who require both intensive and regular
  • probation/parole/post-release supervision
  • Assesses the criminogenic and treatment needs of the probationer
  • Actively applies evidence based practices including effective communication skills, principles, and techniques to promote internal change within the probationer
  • Collaborate with probationer, district, and community resources to develop and manage individualized treatment plans
  • Make home and community contacts in accord with case needs and supervision plans;
  • prepare Pre-sentence Investigations, sentencing guidelines, and other reports as assigned in a timely manner; testify and provide sentencing recommendations to the court/attorney
  • Experience making referrals to service/program providers and to management for review

Requirements / Qualifications

  • Demonstrated skill in the use of Microsoft Office to include Outlook, Word, and Excel

  • The selected candidate must be eligible and have the ability to obtain required VCIN certification

  • Prefer experience making field &/or home visits to clients

  • Prefer experience keying data into a case management or automated record system such as VACORIS, Badge, etc

  • Prefer experience in completing risk assessments and developing case plans

  • Prefer awareness of Evidence Based Practices

  • Bi-lingual and Multi-lingual applicants are encouraged to apply

  • The investigation may include: fingerprint checks (State Police, FBI); local agency checks; employment verification; verification of education (relevant to employment); credit checks; and other checks requested by the hiring authority

  • Application and/or résumé for this position must be submitted electronically by 11:59 p.m. on the closing date through the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Job Board/Recruitment Management System (RMS)

  • Do you have recent experience providing high volume case management supervision and documenting case activities on an on-going basis in a fast paced criminal justice and/or human services setting?

  • Do you have experience making referrals to service/program providers and to management for review? (Applicable knowledge and/or experience must be documented on your application)

  • Do you have knowledge of Evidenced Based Practices and how it is utilized? (Applicable knowledge and/or experience must be documented on your application)

  • Do you have a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with coursework in criminal justice, a related human services field, or equivalent applicable training or experience? (Applicable knowledge and/or experience must be documented on your application)

  • I will be receiving a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university within three (3) months of the closing date of this job posting

  • Blue/Yellow Card

Benefits/What We offer

  • A reduced benefit is available at age 50 with five years of creditable service

  • Career Fair or Job Event (Please specify below)

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