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SUPERVISING OFFICER 1
|Location||Fond du Lac|
|Posted||99 days ago - Monday, April 15, 2019|
This position is included in pay schedule and range 81-04. Salary range is $58,739 - $66,268 per year based on seniority. Pay upon appointment for current or former State employees may vary and will be in accordance with language in the Compensation Plan, Statutes, and Administrative Code. A twelve-month probationary period is required. Possession of a valid Wisconsin Driver's license is required upon appointment. Kris Dowse, Human Resource Specialist, 608-240-5506 Want to make a positive difference in the lives of others? Consider the Wisconsin Department of Corrections. We are focused on public safety through the custody and supervision of offenders. Employees working in the Department of Corrections have the opportunity to positively impact the lives of those in our custody through careers in a variety of fields. DOC uses cutting-edge research and an evidence-based approach to drive service and program delivery, which allows employees to be part of an agency that has a real impact on the people of Wisconsin. Please note: If you are interested in these positions, you should apply at this time. Select only the counties in which you are truly interested in working. To view more detailed information pertaining to the Department and each facility please visit www.doc.wi.gov. Position Summary: Schedule and assign officers to post; inspect institution departments and functions; assist, instruct and counsel officers in their work; supervise or assist in supervising officer staff on a shift; involved in hiring, promotions, discipline and grievance resolution; evaluate officer work performance review and update officers post orders as changes occur; deal with inmate problems as they arise during institution rounds, see inmates requesting interviews; make recommendations on work assignments; serve on the institution disciplinary committee; conduct disciplinary hearings; notify appropriate individuals and agencies in event of emergency; coordinate security operations; supervise mail activities; supervise the issuance, distribution, cataloging and recording of all keys. Special Notes: Special Requirements: (1) Persons who are appointed to these positions must meet all the requirements of the entry level Correctional Officer including a background/criminal record check, medical examination, pre-work assessment, drug screen and successful completion of the seven-week pre-service training program and the Supervisory Development Program before they achieve permanent status (the pre-service training program requirement may be waived for those with reinstatement eligibility). (2) Convicted felons must have a pardon or Federal waiver to bear firearms. (3) A high school diploma or equivalent is required for this position. (4) The Department of Corrections will conduct criminal background checks on applicants prior to selection. NOTE: Applicants must be legally entitled to work in the United States (i.e., a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, an alien authorized to work in the U.S. without DOC sponsorship) at the time of application. The Department of Corrections will conduct criminal background checks on applicants prior to selection. Upon hire, all new DOC employees are subject to fingerprinting. The DOC may conduct pre-employment drug screens. Any applicant who is offered employment in a position which requires a pre-employment drug screen must pass the screen as a contingency to employment. Applicants who fail or refuse the drug screen will not be given further consideration for employment. Qualifications: A minimally qualified candidate will have experience in: Supervisory techniques or lead work (i.e., reviewing work of others, training/orienting new employees, assigning work of others, establishing operating procedures, etc.) Working in a criminal justice setting Interpreting, implementing, and monitoring statutes, administrative rules, and/or organizational unit polices. In addition to the above, a well-qualified candidate will also have: Experience conducting investigations (e.g. personnel, PREA, workplace incident.) Experience developing departmental policies and procedures for a security setting. Your cover letter and resume will be evaluated and is considered the assessment for this position. Your cover letter and resume should be limited to a maximum of two pages each. Please see the following link for more information regarding your resume and cover letter: https://doc.wi.gov/Documents/Careers/DOC-Resume-and-Cover-Letter-Tips.pdf. How To Apply: Apply online. Interested applicants will apply online in WISCJOBS, http://wisc.jobs by either clicking on "Log In" to access their existing WISCJOBS Account and completing a Job Search for keyword 18-02954 and clicking on "Apply Now" or applicants new to WISCJOBS will need to create a new account to complete an initial application then continue to apply online. Permanent classified state employees who are eligible for consideration (transfer, voluntary demotion, or former employees as a reinstatement) must complete the application process in order to be considered. Applicants should attach a cover letter and resume detailing their training and experience relating to the qualifications mentioned above. It is not necessary to include references at this time. Your cover letter and resume will be evaluated and is considered the assessment for this position. Your cover letter and resume should be limited to a maximum of two pages each. Please see the following link for more information regarding your resume and cover letter: https://doc.wi.gov/Documents/Careers/DOC-Resume-and-Cover-Letter-Tips.pdf. You will be sent an e-mail by the system confirming that the assessment process has been completed. This information will also appear in your WISCJOBS job cart.