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Position Title: RKR Residential Facility Director
Location: RKR Mens Community Corrections Facility (CCF)
Job Type: Full-Time
Work Shift: Day Shift
Salary: Commensurate with Experience
Open: September 24, 2021
Closed: October 21, 2021

The RKR (Roy K. Robb Community Corrections Facility) Residential Facility Director is responsible to the Executive Director of the CVCSCD for the management and daily operations of the RKR community corrections facility program.  The RKR Residential Facility Director shall coordinate the successful operation of the CCF program by ensuring compliance with Court Orders, Departmental Policies/ Procedures and Standards established by the Community Justice Assistance Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.


The RKR Residential Facility Director is responsible for the overall operations of the CCF. 


  1. Manages the day-to-day operations of the CCF, including the coordination and implementation of administrative and treatment functions of the facilities.
  2. Makes recommendations regarding staffing needs of the facilities. Develops and administers the facilities budget, ensuring that all expenditures fall within budget guidelines.
  3. Monitors monthly income and expenditures to assure sound fiscal operations and advises Executive Director on a regular and continuing basis.
  4. Responsible for statistical and budgetary reports and their submission to the appropriate agencies with accurate data and on a timely basis.
  5. Ensures through action-based knowledge that the facility remains in compliance with established fire, safety, food service, and health codes. Responsible for overall maintenance and cleanliness of the facility. Conducts regular physical observation of the community corrections facilities.
  6. Directs the work of professional and clerical personnel assigned to the facilities.
  7. Must be accessible by phone 7 days a week/ 24hrs a days / 365 days a year; (excluding scheduled leave)
  8. Prepares appropriate documentation and assists Executive Director, as requested in preparing for/or making presentations at Adult Board Meetings.
  9. Conducts performance appraisals on employees.
  10. Responsible for procedures for conducting administrative hearings, and ensures procedures are being followed to ensure compliance with Court Orders in equal measures at each community corrections facility.
  11. Oversees all resident treatment plans, resident grievances that do not include him/ her as a party, disciplinary actions, exit surveys, and terminations.
  12. Oversees Food Service Department and ensure that meals are prepared according to established nutritional guidelines.
  13. Responsible for interviewing and hiring qualified applicants for positions in the facilities. May convene selections board when appropriate.
  14. Responsible for procedures for the collection of resident fees and Court Ordered fees and ensures procedures are being followed.
  15. Serves as media representative in matters related to operations of the facilities in conjunction with the Executive Director’s approval.
  16. Represents Department or Executive Director at meetings with other agencies or citizen groups where CRTC is related in conjunction with the Executive Director’s approval.
  17. Negotiates, reviews, and monitors all contract services utilized by the facilities ensuring the terms of the contract are fulfilled and cost effective.
  18. Responsible for management of the facilities and of all CCF personnel.
  19. Responsible for the post employment employee drug screening process (random and otherwise).
  20. Responsible for personnel matters, determines disciplinary actions and performs terminations as appropriate.
  21. Attends and participates in Residential Directors Council meetings.
  22. Keeps himself/ herself updated and informed on issues/ legislation that affect the residential setting.
  23. Maintain and update the Operations Manual as approved by the Executive Director.
  24. Responsible for adherence to the PREA guidelines and knowledge of PREA procedures maintained in place.
  25. Maintain Employee Files and follow progressive discipline practices for supervised employees.
  26. Abides by CJAD Standards; Residential Code of Ethics; Departmental policies and procedures.
  27. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Executive Director or Assistant Executive Director


  • Possess a Masters Degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, Criminology or other related field conferred by a college or university accredited by an accrediting organization recognized by the Coordinating Board of Texas College and University System preferred.  A Bachelors Degree in one of the foregoing disciplines with five (5) years of progressively increasing positions of responsibility accepted in lieu of a Masters Degree.
  • Five (5) years experience in full time casework, counseling, community or group work in social service, community corrections, substance abuse or juvenile agencies that deals with offenders or disadvantaged persons.  The Director will determine the kind of experience needed to meet this requirement.
  • Prior experience in residential/substance abuse treatment facilities desired.
  • 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.


  • Ability to instruct or direct the work of employees performing routine duties or completes casework and residential services.
  • Ability to maintain effective relationships with other staff, county officials, and state, municipal, and civic organizations
  • Ability to develop budgets and administer finances in a cost-effective manner
  • Ability to work independently and efficiently
  • Knowledge of the Texas Penal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Knowledge of substance abuse treatment programs
  • Knowledge of case management techniques
  • Knowledgeable in the area of personnel administration
  • Knowledgeable in EEO, FLSA, FMLA and ADA State and Federal guidelines
  • Working knowledge of federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations, departmental policies and procedures, as well as techniques involved in the preparation and care of case records and related documents
  • Understanding of human behavioral patterns and the ability to apply good judgment to problems of individuals
  • Ability to effectively and consistently communicate the mission and philosophy of the department
  • 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
  • Must have a working telephone number at which they can be reached by phone or text
  • Must have appropriate and current automobile insurance