Position Title: AIC – Alternative to Incarceration – Supervisor
Location: CVCSCD-CCF/Bryant Blvd
Job Type: Full-Time
Open: September 20, 2022
The AIC Supervisor works under the general supervision of the Assistant Executive Director and is responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing all administrative and procedural functions of the AIC program and Community Service Restitution program.
GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION/ JOB SCOPE:
The AIC program is funded by Tom Green County, but it is under the direct supervision of the Concho Valley Community Supervision and Corrections Department. The problem this program addresses is the local jail overcrowding for felony and misdemeanor defendants.
In addition to normal caseload duties of a Bond Supervision Officer and Bond Investigator, the AIC Supervisor assists the Assistant Executive Director in the management of the AIC program and CSR program. The AIC Supervisor directly oversees the daily ongoing casework and case management of the AIC Program and CSR program.
Performs random internal caseload audits to ensure compliance with standards and conducts performance evaluations on employees. Schedules leave for staff, ensuring adequate staffing at all times. Reviews end of month State Reports and reports prior to submission to District/County Attorneys. Assists with the interviewing of potential new employees as needed.
PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Fully supervises and maintains responsibility for staff of employees as assigned by the Assistant Executive Director.
- Responsible for planning, coordinating, and implementing all administration and procedural functions of the Community Service Restitution Program, CSR Coordinator, and CSR Officers.
- Screens and approves referrals for AIC program.
- Coordinates with courts for AIC placements
- Provides AIC monthly reports of program activity to Judges and CSCD Administration.
- Performs random internal caseload audits to ensure compliance with program guidelines, CJAD and Department standards.
- Responsible for implementing appropriate, effective, and acceptable sanctions to address technical or subsequent law violations in lieu of revocation in accordance with Department procedure and standards
- Carries out supervision goals and objectives established by the Department, the Court, and CJAD
- Reviews end of month State Reports to ensure technical compliance with CJAD
- Assists with the interviewing of potential new employees needed
- Responsible for performance evaluations of staff as required by Department standards
- Schedules employee’s work and off duty time appropriately
- Provides training and instruction to subordinate employees
- Evaluates and counsels subordinate employees
- Coordinates and distributes workload among the unit personnel
- Performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director or Assistant Executive Director
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, and TRAINING
- The equivalency of an associate’s degree in criminal justice or closely related field is required.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university is preferred but not required. One year full-time case management/casework management supervision of offenders with CSCD is preferred.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
- Knowledge of skills employed in supervising techniques for organizing and coordinating work responsibilities and tasks, competent interpersonal skills to ensure the facilitation of the mid-management position of AIC Supervisor.
- Must have the willingness and ability to complete all assignments in a timely manner.
- Must have the ability to effectively communicate orally and/or in writing.
- Must have the ability to physically be present at work on are regular basis during assigned working hours. Strong attendance is required.
- Must have the ability to deal with high stress situations and the physical ability to conduct all phases of the responsibilities and tasks.
- Must have demonstrated attitude of being a team player, and a desire to perform job standards including spontaneous assignments are to me maintained.
- Be able to work evenings, late nights, and weekends.
- Be willing to maintain an effective working relationship with law enforcement agencies and community supervision staff.
- Have the ability to make sound judgments.
- Have a good working knowledge of safety guideline procedures or the willingness and ability to learn.
- Thorough knowledge of legal terminology and the various stages of criminal case processing.
- Knowledge of the criminal sentencing process and sanctions normally imposed for various crimes
- Must possess a valid Texas Driver License, and provide proof of liability insurance.