Title of Position: Program Director of Martin County Community Corrections
Applications Accepted: March 16th, 2021- April 1st, 2021 (midnight deadline)
Internal and External Post: Open to any interested applicants
Terms of Employment: Full time salary position with benefits.
FLSA: exempt (Effective May 2021)
Salary: Competitive salary based upon degrees held and years of experience.
Benefits to include(but not limited to): Public Employees Retirement Fund, health, dental, vision, life insurance, long term disability, paid time off, and use of agency owned vehicle for businesses purposes.
Pre- Employment Screening Requirements to include(but not limited to): Drug test, Department of Child Services (CPS) history check, criminal history background check & driver’s record check.
General Summary/Overview: Primary function of the job is to supervise and coordinate the Community Corrections Program within the Circuit Court, including overseeing the work of community corrections employees. The Director is also responsible for working closely with the Advisory Board, writing and applying for grants, assessing offenders, and creating programs for rehabilitation.
Preferred Essential Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice, law enforcement, human services or related field, four to six years of experience in related field, grant writing experience/skills, a resident of Martin County or willingness to relocate.
Minimum Qualifications/Requirements: All minimum qualifications and requirements are listed in detail on the position description provided in the application packet. Applicants must meet all of the minimum requirements as listed on the position description, agree to all conditions of employment with Martin County, and be able to successfully perform all essential duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodations. This position may require irregular hours. Travel is required at times to attend meetings, workshops, or training sessions that can take place out of town, overnight or on weekends. Serves on a 24-hour on-call basis and responds to emergencies pertaining to the agency.
Interested applicants can pick up an application packet at the Martin County Auditor’s Office located in the Martin County Courthouse. The application packet includes: Martin County application for employment, complete position description with all duties and requirements, pre-employment screening forms.
Applications being submitted for consideration should be sealed and include a completed Martin County employment application, the applicants Resume, completed pre-screening requirement forms and be marked ATTN: MCCC Advisory Board.
Submissions can be mailed in or dropped off at the Martin County Auditor’s Office.
Martin County Auditor’s Office.
129 Main Street. P.O. Box 600. Shoals, Indiana 47581.
Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.
Martin County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.