|JAIL PROCESSING SPECIALIST|
|Works in a lead capacity in a specialized environment to perform moderately difficult specialized technical/clerical work in the areas of Classification/Special Management
EEOC CODE: 20
|1. Four (4) years' experience processing inmates in an institutionalized environment; and/or
2. Graduation from an accredited College or University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Sociology, Criminal Justice or a closely related field; or
2. Equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
3. (PROOF OF EDUCATION, TRAINING AND/OR EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED)
|1. Must be available to work shifts, weekends and holidays.
2. Must be able to work in a jail secured environment.
3. Must be able to pass a criminal background check.
|1. Reviews, analyzes and interprets documents regarding the classification and housing of inmates.
2. Assesses and groups inmates for the purpose of designating security and custody levels.
3. Designates inmates for the appropriate housing placement within the jail facility.
4. Collects and enters data, such as work history, school, and criminal background, habits and version of crime committed and works to ensure accuracy and completeness.
5. Analyzes prisoner’s social attitude, mental capacity, and physical capabilities and makes decision based on data obtained in order to assign them to the appropriate incarcerated level.
6. Coordinates functions within the release area of the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office Jail Division.
7. Reviews and processes documents generated by federal, state and local agencies pertaining to inmates detained the Shelby County Jail.
8. Researches, analyzes and interprets legal documents as it pertains to inmate sentencing.
9. Compiles related information and makes recommendations in accordance with established guidelines as to the status of inmates.
10. Analyzes and interprets computer data that is generated from a variety of computer systems such as (JMS) and (NCIC) National Crime Information Center.
11. Prepares daily and weekly reports for court monitors.
12. Makes follow-up calls to Court Clerks Office, Attorney General Office, Department of Corrections and other federal, state and local agencies when dealing with discrepancies on sentencing orders and/or releases.
13. Performs duties as lead person in the Processing area (Classification, Intake and Release).
14. Performs other related duties as assigned.
|1. Knowledge of the methods and techniques of assessing and interpreting court documents.
2. Knowledge of legal methodology and processing cases.
3. Ability to write reports.
4. Ability to work with various support agencies in exchange for information and data.
5. Possess good public relation skills with clients, co-workers, and inmates.
|201 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, Tennesee 38103|