200 Quick Road, P.O. Box 750
Minimum Qualifications You must have a Bachelors degree with a major in either Community Health and Family Studies, Correctional Studies, Counseling, Criminal Justice, Human Services, Psychology, Public Justice, Social Work, Sociology, or Vocational Rehabilitation, and two years experience providing individual and/or group counseling in a recognized correctional, criminal justice, or community/human services program aimed at assisting clients with the resolution of major social, behavioral, and personal problems. For substitutions for work experience, please contact facility.
Salary range reflects traineeship starting grade.
Duties Description As an Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator – Spanish Language (ORC – SL) you would be preparing individuals for their return to the community; interviewing incarcerated individuals for counseling needs and make program recommendations; evaluate I/I’s for earned eligibility, merit time and release reviews; provide guidance regarding parole board, criminal justice agencies, other law enforcement, community service providers and field staff in developing supervision plans; caseload will include Spanish speaking individuals.
Some positions may require additional credentials or a background check to verify your identity.