State of Tennessee

Columbia, TN

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Position Description / Responsibilities

How you make a difference in this role:

The Day Reporting Center Director is responsible for oversight and monitoring the day-to-day operations for the Day Reporting Center, an on-site cognitive restructuring program designed to assist in developing pro-social thinking patterns for offenders supervised in the community, provide education and job training opportunities to enable long-term employment, and work collaboratively with probation parole officers to hold offenders accountable. Provide supervision of staff as assigned.

Key Responsibilities:

Specific Responsibilities Include: 1.The Director position will engage in strategic planning to ensure effective programming and treatment delivery by establishing community partnerships and collaborative community referral relationships for delivery of resources to the offender population. 2.Organizing and coordinating evidence-based programs and supervising and leading the DRC team. 3.Administrative responsibility for all programs and must ensure the proper implementation of policy, human resources, budget management procedures, and oversight of fiscal and property accountability within the DRC. 4.Performing public contact and liaison work with community treatment and program providers, community leaders, offenders, their families, and the general public. Be a resource and provide support for staff at all levels.

Position Requirements

Minimum Qualifications: 1.Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in a Social Services field and experience equivalent to substantial (five or more years of) full-time varied increasingly responsible professional correctional experience including at least two years of supervisory work 2.Qualifying full-time professional experience in correctional work may be substituted for the required education, on a year-for-year basis, to a maximum of four years 3.Additional graduate coursework in a field pertinent to correctional work may be substituted for the required non-supervisory experience, on a year-for-year basis, to a maximum of two years. Available for in-state travel .

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