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Position Title: Program Resource Coordinator
Location: CVCSCD-CCF/Bryant Blvd
Job Type: Full-Time
Work Shift: All Shifts
Salary: $37,802.00
Open: September 23, 2020

The Program/Resource Coordinator works under the guidance of the Assistant Executive Director.  The Program/Resource Coordinator will educate, facilitate, oversee and teach defendants who are on court ordered probation.  The Program/Resource Coordinator position works a 40 hour work week which includes up to 15 hours in the evenings and/or weekends.


  1. Facilitates Batterer’s Intervention Prevention Program (BIPP) Classes.
  2. Documents (makes chronological entries in participants case file) regarding class attendance and participation
  3. Sends notification to victims about BIPP participation
  4. Updates CSCD’s BIPP Policies and Procedures manual
  5. Reapplies for BIPP accreditation every 3 years
  6. Obtains TCIC and NCIC background checks as required for BIPP
  7. Complies with BIPP desk and on-site audits
  8. Conducts BIPP intake/orientation and some individual sessions with BIPP participants
  9. Keeps documented system for receiving BIPP referrals from the courts and for reporting to the courts regarding referrals and completion status for participants that complete the program.
  10. Completes and documents 40 hours of staff development every 2 years including 15 hours of family violence training and 25 hours of Battering Intervention training.
  11. Submits BIPP monthly activity report to CJAD.
  12. Ensures family violence cases are assigned to the correct class including Pre-Trials.
  13. Arranges and conducts peer to peer supervision with an accredited BIPP every 4 weeks.
  14. Provides trainings to the CSOs and information to justice system and the community on the dynamics of family violence and on the Battering Intervention and Prevention Program.
  15. Facilitates additional life skills classes such as Anger Management II Classes, Petty Theft Classes, and ABLE (education level) Testing and additional classes as assigned.
  16. Coordinates and manages online courses for defendants.
  17. Responds to referrals from staff and notifies defendants and officers of class schedules.
  18. Sends notifications of supervision status to victims as part of Victim Services.
  19. Ensures defendant participation in class.
  20. Conducts registration for all classes
  21. Prepares monthly progress reports to Officers and Judges
  22. Verifies payments and discusses payment plans
  23. Conducts self in a professional manner with colleagues in the criminal justice system, with offenders, with victims, and with the public.
  24. Performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director and Assistant Executive Director.
  25. Complies with the TDCJ-CJAD Code of Ethics.


  • Possess a Bachelor’s Degree conferred by a college or university accredited by an accrediting organization recognized by the coordinating board, Texas College and University System.
  • Must meet all requirements for Community Supervision eligibility
  • Have the ability to utilize a personal computer.
  • Be able to work independently and efficiently.
  • Possess skills to communicate effectively both orally and in writing individually and in group setting.


  • Working knowledge of the principles and techniques of correctional and social work
  • Knowledge of the Texas Penal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Working knowledge of federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations, departmental policy and procedures, as well as techniques involved in the preparation and care of case records and related documents
  • An understanding of human behavioral patterns; and the ability to apply good judgment to problems of individuals
  • Ability to establish and maintain satisfactory and professional relationships with fellow employees, supervisory and administrative personnel, the general public, and other agencies and departments with whom we work
  • Ability to project and maintain an image consistent with the aims, goals and philosophy of the Concho Valley Community Supervision and Corrections Department
  • Ability to effectively and consistently communicate the mission and philosophy of the department
  • Ability to assess the needs of individual offenders, and refer them to and involve them in the appropriate agency or service
  • Ability to make rational, justifiable decisions
  • Ability to take direction and critique from supervisory and administrative personnel
  • Ability to follow the philosophy, policies, procedures and directives of the Concho Valley Community Supervision and Corrections Department


  • Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License and provide and maintain proof of liability insurance.
  • Must have a telephone number at which they can be reached