Corrections Unit Supervisor
$74,809.22 - $112,213.83 Annually
2/6/2023 11:59 PM Central
The Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation (DOCCR), is seeking multiple Corrections Unit Supervisors (CUS) to supervise divisional staff, establish and implement standards for staff performance, and provide quality assurance and training within the domestic violence, enhanced supervision, and supervise released units. There are Corrections Unit Supervisor vacancies in the domestic violence unit where CUS work with those who have experienced intimate partner violence/domestic violence; in the enhanced supervision unit where CUS work with those who have committed a sexual offense; and the supervised release unit where CUS work with those who are on parole. Current Hennepin County employees who refer a candidate hired into an open competitive position may be eligible for a $500 referral bonus. For more information visit employee referral program.
Location and hours: These positions are hybrid and will be performed both on site at Brookdale (6125 Shingle Creek Parkway, Brooklyn Center, MN 55430), Brooklyn Crossing, (3300 Bass Lake Road, Brooklyn Center, MN 55429), the Hennepin County Government Center (300 6th Street South, Minneapolis, MN 55487), or Probation Services South (2215 East Lake Street, Suite 470, Minneapolis, MN 55407), and remote as job duties require. Work hours will be Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and may include some non-traditional hours. While this position is designated as hybrid, based on current requirements hires must reside in Minnesota or Wisconsin.
About these position types:
These are full-time benefit earning positions.
These positions are internally classified as Corrections Unit Supervisors. Click here to view the job classification specification. In these positions, you will:
· Manage the probation/parole agents including hiring, evaluating, and performance management.
· Support Evidence Based Practices (EBP) efforts and effectively communicate and implement changes to the unit.
· Serve as a resource across the department and promote excellent relationships with stakeholders, the Department of Corrections, and other criminal justice partners.
· Facilitate staff meetings, case consultations, and unit specific trainings.
Need to have:
· One of the following:
o Seven years or more of years of full-time equivalent work experience as a probation/parole officer, correctional officer/juvenile correctional officer, sentencing to service crewleader, social worker, or as a supervisor in a correctional or residential treatment setting.
o Bachelor's degree or higher in a non-related field, and four years or more of full-time equivalent work experience as a probation/parole officer, correctional officer/juvenile correctional officer, sentencing to service crewleader, social worker, or as a supervisor in a correctional or residential treatment setting.
o Bachelor's degree or higher in criminal justice, behavioral/social science, social work, psychology, sociology, counseling, law enforcement, education, business, correctional administration, public administration or an equivalent field, and three years or more of full-time equivalent work experience as a probation/parole officer, correctional officer/juvenile correctional officer, sentencing to service crewleader, social worker, or as a supervisor in a correctional or residential treatment setting.
o Master's degree or higher in criminal justice, behavioral/social science, social work, psychology, sociology, counseling, law enforcement, education, business, correctional administration, public administration or an equivalent field and two years or more of full-time equivalent work experience as a probation/parole officer, correctional officer/juvenile correctional officer, sentencing to service crewleader, social worker, or as a supervisor in a correctional or residential treatment setting.
o Note: The Evidence Based Practice Corrections Professional Certificate may be substituted for one year of relevant experience.
· A valid driver's license and the ability to obtain a Hennepin County driver's permit.
Nice to have:
o Using Evidence Based Practices (EBP) as it relates to providing services to probationers or in a correctional environment.
o Supervising and leading employees or teams.
o Working with people who have committed a sexual offense.
o Working as a parole officer.
o Identifying and collaborating with community resources.
o Navigating cultural similarities and differences and the impacts of culture on service effectiveness, organizational effectiveness, and effective relationships with staff, partners, and those we serve.
o Developing disparity reduction programs within a corrections environment.
· Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook or a similar email system, and Court Services Tracking System (CSTS) or a similar information system.
· Knowledge of the dynamics of intimate partner violence.
· Knowledge of the policies and procedures that govern the work done by Adult Services divisions.
· Ability to design and implement administrative methods and techniques.
· Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
About the department: The Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation works to enhance community safety, promote community restoration, and reduce the risk of re-offense. Department staff and volunteers serve Hennepin County at more than 20 service locations ranging from correctional facilities to probation reporting offices and occupational training centers, delivering sustainable correctional services to more than 26,000 adult and juvenile clients. It is the largest community corrections organization in Minnesota. Learn more at www.hennepin.us/corrections. About Hennepin County:
Hennepin is the largest county government organization in Minnesota. Our employees work every day to improve the health, safety and quality of life for our residents and communities. All of our jobs align to one or more of our overarching goals -- that Hennepin County residents are healthy, protected and safe, self-reliant, assured due process, and mobile.
Our employees receive a combination of generous benefits and positive workplace culture not found at other organizations. This includes meaningful work that impacts our community, competitive pay, work-life balance, a variety of benefits and opportunities to grow. Learn more at The Bridge (login as Guest).
Hennepin County envisions an organization where our commitment to diversity and the reduction of disparities is fundamental in providing excellent service to our community.
Your future. Made here. This posting could be used to fill current and future full-time vacancies. Application materials will be reviewed and invitations to interview will be based on an assessment of education and experience. Job offer will be contingent on passing a drug test, employment history/reference check, criminal background check including fingerprinting, and driver's license check prior to employment.
Under facility licensing requirements, positions at the Juvenile Detention Center are required to undergo a Department of Human Services Background Study (MS 245C.13). Convictions for certain crimes will have an effect on your ability to be hired according to the disqualification schedule listed in Minnesota Statute 245C.15. Individuals convicted for any level of Criminal Sexual Conduct are disqualified from being hired into any position within the DOCCR under the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). Other past involvement with the criminal court system will not automatically disqualify you from working at the DOCCR; individual circumstances are reviewed and evaluated confidentially. If you do not know your exact conviction information, you can refer to your sentencing order or contact the county where you were convicted. If you have any questions, please contact:
Brooke Haaf Brooke.Haaf@hennepin.us
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