|Works under the general supervision of the accreditation/standards compliance manager to assist in the planning and implementation of accreditation and other related activities for all regulatory, licensing, and other governing authorities.
EEOC CODE: 20
|1. Two (2) years experience in an increasingly responsible administrative capacity; and
2. Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in a Social Science; Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, Criminal Justice; or
3. Equivalent combination education, training and/or experience.
4. (PROOF OF EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND/OR EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED)
|1. Must pass a criminal background check.
2. Must have a valid Tennessee Driver's License.
3. Must pass a psychological examination.
4. Must pass TB skin test.
|1. Assists in maintaining all records and files associated with accreditation, standard compliance, and quality assurance related thereto.
2. Prepares and submits statistical reports on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis as required by governing authorities for standards compliance.
3. Develops and provides ad hoc reports.
4. Assists in development and update of accreditation plan as necessary.
5. Assists in annual reviews of department's policies and procedures for compliance with accreditation standards for all licensing and governing bodies.
6. Maintain data, form updates, and appropriate reports to satisfy accreditation standards relative to annual policy and procedure updates.
7. Monitors all departmental training records to ensure compliance with accreditation and regulatory standards.
8. Represents the Compliance Office on Inter-department committees related to training development to ensure accreditation/regulatory compliance.
9. Performs related responsibilities as required or directed.
|1. Extensive knowledge of the American Correction Association Juvenile Detention Standards requirements.
2. Knowledge of Prison Rape Elimination Act National Standards, Part 115 of Title 28 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
3. Knowledge of nationally accepted "Best Practices and Procedures" when dealing with juvenile delinquent behavior.
4. Practical knowledge and skill in interpreting, explaining, and applying procedures.
5. Knowledge of the Juvenile Justice System.
6. Ability to communicate and express ideas clearly, concisely and effectively, both verbally and non-verbally.
7. Ability to deal courteously with the public and maintain harmonious and effective working relationships with court personnel.
8. Ability to make verbal and written reports and public presentations.
9. Ability to maintain confidential information regarding Juvenile Court clients and personnel.
10. Ability to work independently and perform diverse tasks.
11. Knowledge of personal computers, Microsoft Office package and video display terminal.
12. Ability to input and extract data from the JCS-32 software system.
13. Ability to handle changing priorities.
14. Ability to work under pressure and time constraints.
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