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Minimum Qualifications CJPR 1, SG-18: Permanent service in this title, or one year of permanent competitive or 55b/c service in a title SG-16 or higher, and otherwise eligible for transfer.
CJPR Trainee, NS: One year of permanent competitive or 55 b/c service in a title allocated to SG-11 or higher, and otherwise eligible to transfer under Civil Service Law.
For questions on eligibility, please contact Human Resources Management at (518) 485-1704.
Candidates on the internal PATT list and on the PCO list will be canvassed. If you have a score of 100 or higher on the PCO and are not canvassed, you are encouraged to apply.
Duties Description Under the supervision of a Criminal Justice Program Representative 2, the Criminal Justice Program Representative 1 (CJPR1) will review grant applications; provide guidance to criminal justice and not-for-profit agencies in program and budget development; prepare written contract work plans; prepare written, statistical and oral reports; and make funding recommendations to supervisory staff. Tasks include assisting in the development and implementation of local assistance procurements and resulting grant contracts; monitoring of grant programs through site visits to review fidelity of implementation and assess the accomplishment of program goals and compliance with state and federal grant requirements; and coordination of inter-agency and intra-agency efforts to enhance cross-systems collaboration and improve statewide efforts to address public safety issues. Grant program areas may include federal Byrne-JAG but also state legislative grants and other special projects as assigned. Additionally, the Unit is responsible for the administrative oversight of office-wide processes, therefore, the incumbent may also provide support in these areas.
Additional Comments Appointment is subject to Division of Budget waiver approval.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: The NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please notify Sandra van Kampen, Director of Workforce Diversity and Equity Programs at (518) 485-7962. The Equal Employment Opportunity Utilization Report is also available for review by contacting Sandra van Kampen.
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Alfred E. Smith Building
Notes on ApplyingPlease send a cover letter and resume to the email/address above. Please reference posting # 53210 on your cover letter.
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