Department of Community Corrections and Rehabilitation Direc
Hennepin County - Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Application Deadline:
- Entry Level Salary:
- $112,949.00 annual
- Top Pay:
- $167,978.00 annual
- Establish and promote the DOCCR's mission, values, priorities, and desired community results.
- Develop innovative approaches using evidence-based practices to optimize successful outcomes in offender populations.
- Support and encourage employee engagement by sharing ideas around continuous improvement and innovation to enhance the work environment and departmental outcomes.
- Develop and maintain collaborative relationships with governing boards, local, state, and federal policy makers, intergovernmental agencies, and community leaders; represent the DOCCR to regulatory and accrediting bodies, as well as local, regional, and national organizations.
- Collaborate with internal and external customers on DOCCR and county initiatives.
- Provide direction to management and area directors to assure a coordinated approach to county objectives and programs.
- Select area directors or make recommendations on such selections and establish standards for quality of work and evaluate employee performance.
- Direct the operations planning and implementation of programs and monitor program performance and implement needed improvements.
- Advise County Administration, elected officials, Fourth Judicial District judges, managers, and area directors on policies, programs, best practices, and issues/resolutions.
- Manage preparation of budget and oversee operating and capital expenditures.
- Lead the DOCCR in aligning their work with the core values of the county.
- Bachelor's degree or higher in criminal justice, behavioral science, business administration, correctional administration, public administration, or a related field and seven years or more of management or administrative experience in a large organization. Experience may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis.
- Management experience in a corrections, law enforcement, or human services setting.
- Experience with evidence-based practices.
- Experience preparing and administering a complex budget.
- Knowledge of criminal justice systems.
- Strategic thinking skills with a broad systems perspective and the ability to translate strategy into action.
- Ability to:
- Exemplify successful leadership through collaboration with partners, commitment to the organization, and ethical practices in correctional rehabilitation.
- Build and maintain collaborative relationships with governing boards, local, state, and federal policy makers, intergovernmental agencies, and community leaders.
- Support and encourage employee engagement by sharing ideas around continuous improvement and innovation to better the work environment and departmental outcomes.
- Exhibit interpersonal skills that inspire effective team building, development and motivation of staff, and successful conflict management.
- Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
- Create and support a culture of diversity and inclusion to uphold the provision of culturally competent services within a respectful workplace.
- Work effectively with an increasingly diverse client population.
- Age: 24
- Education: Bachelor's degree or higher
- Experience: see job posting