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Review Vacancy

Date Posted 08/19/19

Applications Due08/29/19

Vacancy ID73124

AgencyCriminal Justice Services, Division of

TitleCommunity Correction Representative 2

Occupational CategoryOther Professional Careers

Salary Grade23

Bargaining UnitPS&T - Professional, Scientific, and Technical (PEF)

Salary RangeFrom $73284 to $92693 Annually

Employment Type Full-Time

Appointment Type Contingent Permanent

Jurisdictional Class Competitive Class

Travel Percentage 20%

Workweek Mon-Fri

Hours Per Week 37.5


From 9 AM

To 5 PM

Flextime allowed? No

Mandatory overtime? No

Compressed workweek allowed? No

Telecommuting allowed? No

County Albany

Street Address 80 South Swan Street

Alfred E. Smith Building

City Albany


Zip Code12210

Minimum Qualifications Permanent service in this title, or one year of permanent competitive or 55b/c service in a Public Safety Grants Representative 2 (previously Criminal Justice Program Representative 2) position and otherwise eligible for transfer under Civil Service Law, or a reachable score on the Civil Service eligible list for this title.

Duties Description The Community Correction Representative 2 (CCR2) serves as DCJS’ lead in the implementation of Leandra’s Law, including management of New York’s Ignition Interlock Device (IID) Program. The CCR2 provides related technical assistance and informational support to probation departments and other organizations throughout the state as necessary; develops, prepares and presents trainings regarding the ignition interlock program to monitors, the judiciary and court staff, and other stakeholders; reviews and interprets rules, regulations, statute and proposed legislation related to the area of assignment; solicits, collates, maintains, and distributes information and statistics related to use of ignition interlock devices; and establishes collaborative relationships with qualified manufacturers, installation service providers, monitors, and related state and local agencies to advance the implementation of Leandra’s Law. The incumbent also promotes monitor, manufacturer, and installation/service center compliance with regulatory and other requirements through site visits and other quality assurance efforts; maintains, publishes and distributes up-to-date information regarding monitor directories, as well as qualified manufacturers and installation service centers; reviews documents related to manufacturer’s applications to provide ignition interlock devices/services in New York State, and manages the resulting contracts of qualified manufacturers; and supervises staff as necessary.

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 Sheryl Kretzler, Associate Director of Human Resources at (518) 485-1704.

Some positions may require additional credentials or a background check to verify your identity.

Name Diane Nightingale

Telephone (518) 402-0605

Fax (518) 402-4000

Email Address


Street 80 South Swan Street

Alfred E. Smith Building

City Albany

State NY

Zip Code 12210


Notes on ApplyingPlease send a cover letter and resume to the email/address above. Please reference posting # 73124 on your cover letter.

DCJS was named to the Times Union’s list of 2017 through 2019 Top Workplaces as voted on by our employees, and received special recognition for fostering new ideas and communication.

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