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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
M/F/H/V

"CLOSED PROMOTIONAL"
ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAM COORDINATOR
13-307
SHERIFF
2/8/2013
2/15/2013
Works under general supervision and is responsible for performing analytical and administrative work with minimal supervision; plans and coordinates accreditation and provides input to the policy and procedure coordinator to ensure adherence to accreditation guidelines; designates assignments and enforces deadlines throughout the facilities on all matters concerning Accreditation for the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office Jail Division.


SALARY:
Salary Commensurate with Experience


EEOC CODE: 20
GRADE: 51
1. Two (2) years Management experience, (preferably in a corrections environment); and
2. Graduation from an acccredited College or University with a Bacherlor's Degree in Business Management, Criminal Justice; or
3. Equivalent combination of related education and/or experience.
4. (Prior knowledge of and experience with Law Enforcement and/or Corrections Accreditation Agencies preferred.)
5. (PROOF OF EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE WILL BE REQUIRED)
1. Directs the Accreditation process for Jail East and 201 Poplar; and supervises staff working in the Jail East Accreditation Office.
2. Conducts monthly meetings with staff to ensure the facilities are on target with maintaining accreditation and certifications.
3. Sets work priorities, receives assignments and coordinates accreditation tasks to meet deadlines throughout the Jail Division.
4. Reviews American Correctional Association, Tennessee Correctional Institute, National Commission on Correctional Health Care and Immigration and Custom Enforcement standards to ensure the facilities maintains compliance with the accrediting and certifying agencies.
5. Meets with Jail Director and key agency members to identify needs and report progress on accreditation efforts.
6. Identifies and addresses agency needs for the improvement of performance in compliance with applicable accreditation standards.
7. Attends Accreditation conferences and local network meetings.
8. Provides accreditation training for agency personnel and provides assistance to other agencies seeking accreditation.
9. Assigns, directs and coordinates accreditation work groups to develop plans of actions, make recommendations to the Jail Director and complete other accreditation goals.
10. Develops and maintains databases to track yearly certification and documentation request compliance and coordinates annual mock accreditation assessment for each facility.
11. Assists the department with jail construction plans that pertain to accreditation compliance.
12. Serves as a member of the Sheriff’s Office Training Advisory Committee.
13. Performs other related duties as assigned.
1. Ability to read and interpret materials concerning the public safety agency and criminal justice processes.
2. Knowledge of principles and practices of modern public safety agency operations and administration.
3. Possess excellent writing skills.
4. Ability to work independently and solve problems involving complex variables.
5. Ability to organize and plan group activities and train agency members.
6. Ability to speak informatively to public groups concerning the accreditation process.
7. Ability to analyze facts and exercise sound judgment in arriving at conclusions and recommendations.
8. Ability to complete assignments in a timely fashion.
9. Ability to deal tactfully, professionally and effectively with others.
10. Ability to delegate tasks effectively, accepting responsibility for the outcome.
201 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38103