POSITION IS AVAILABLE TO PERMANENT, CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES ONLY.
The Nebraska Board of Parole and Division of Parole Supervision are committed to serving and protecting the public. The Board will strive to make informed and appropriate parole decisions by giving due consideration to and utilizing the resources of the Division of Parole Supervision, including innovative case management, for the successful re-entry of clients back into the community to become productive and responsible citizens. Advance your career with the Parole Board Administration as an Assistant Parole Program Director!
If you enjoy working with others to motivate them toward self-improvement, are an effective communicator, and enjoy helping your community, then this is the job for you! Under administrative supervision, the selected candidate will supervise the activities of a Parole Division district/ regional office. You will work closely with parole officers and resident clients at the PREP House facility. Major decisions are made at this level and work is reviewed by the Parole Program Director through periodic review of written and oral reports and consultations. The position will involve minimal travel around the Nebraska.
• Workplace flexibility
• 13 paid holidays
• Vacation and sick leave that begin accruing immediately
• Military leave
• 156% (that's not a typo!) state-matched retirement
• Tuition reimbursement
• Employee assistance program
• 79% employer paid health insurance plans
• Dental and vision insurance plans
• Employer-paid $20,000 life insurance policy
• Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PLSF) through the Federal government
• Wide variety and availability of career advancement as the largest and most diverse employer in the State
• Opportunity to be part of meaningful work and make a difference through public service
• Training and Development based on your career aspirations
• Fun, inviting teammates
• A safe and secure environment
At the State, we stand by our core values of treating others with dignity and respect, acting ethically in all situations, and creating an environment where our customer is our top priority. Apply to join our team today!
Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 4:00PM, one late night during work week 12:00PM - 8:00PM and one weekend day a month, on call, and some overnights and other shifts will be required.
Examples of Work
Supervises and plans the work schedule for parole officers; evaluates their caseloads and job performance. Actively conducts a public relations program to promote understanding and cooperation within the community and among other agencies. Conducts preliminary and administrative hearings. Coordinates all placements and releases with the Division of Parole Supervision Office; assigns investigations, special projects, etc., and monitors the assignment to assure completion. Participates as an active member of the Division of Parole Supervision's Planning Committee. Prepares operational instructions for the District and Regional Offices under their supervision. Maintains and submits required records and reports on parolees and subordinate staff. Assists in the planning, monitoring, administering and evaluating of the performance and operation of the parole system. Maintains a current inventory of all equipment assigned to the district. Recommends major case management decisions. Serve as officer of the day on a rotational basis. Other duties as assigned within the scope of the classification.
Qualifications / Requirements
REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree in corrections, psychology, sociology, criminal justice, social work, counseling, public administration, or related degree AND at least two years of professional experience in case management or case processing in the criminal justice or social services field.
PREFERRED: At least one year of supervisory experience.
OTHER: Must possess a valid driver's license. Regular and reliable attendance is required
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of: agency policies, rules, regulations and operational procedures; state and federal laws and court decisions pertaining to parolees and the parole process; current theories and practices of the Parole and Corrections departments.
Ability to: effectively communicate with people and motivate them toward self-improvement; prepare comprehensive written and oral reports and evaluate the performance of subordinate staff; organize, plan and direct a divisional office and its personnel with little or no direct supervision.
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