The mission of COMCOR is to develop, establish, and maintain community based corrections programs that provide sanctions and alternatives to incarceration, and to provide leadership and coordination throughout the criminal justice community. COMCOR offers a variety of programs for nonviolent offenders that help save jail space in the adult detention center, allowing offenders to maintain their jobs, support their families, and provide restitution to the crime victims and the community. COMCOR works with state and government agencies to provide these alternative programs.
The Director of Community Corrections is a senior level management position reporting directly to the President. This position provides leadership and oversight of a variety of programs, including Probation Supervision, Pretrial Release, Community Service Monitoring, GPS Monitoring, and Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM), as well as collection of court costs, fines, and restitution payments. Moreover, this position oversees the delivery of a variety of services for non-violent offenders including educational programs on anger management, life skills, substance abuse, shoplifting prevention, and domestic violence, and group counseling services. Major challenges for this position include: · Maintaining a high level of customer service in the face of budgetary constraints and an increasing number of offenders. · Ensuring that the organization’s mission is executed with the highest level of ethics, integrity and professionalism. · Fostering and maintaining public trust and confidence. · Developing and maintaining a high morale, collaborative work environment with a focus on team work and mutual respect.
Experience Required: BS / BA / MBA/ Masters 5-10 of Years Working in the Healthcare, Criminal Justice, Substance Abuse Treatment Industries. Management Experience. Communication Skills, Writing Skills, Staff Development Experience.
Position requires a Master’s degree and minimum of ten years directly related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Senior management level experience in a local government organization managing a community corrections or similar probation services program preferred. Experience supervising exempt level staff required.