Corrections Program Coordinator - Recreation Director
Corrections Program Coordinator - Recreation Director
$21.44 - $33.11 Hourly
Permanent Full Time
Corrections - Newberry Correctional Facility
9/29/2022 11:59 PM Eastern
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Oversees and directs the recreation program at a correctional facility. Supervises and trains prisoner workers and monitors all aspects of a recreation program.
Required Education and Experience
Possession of a bachelor's degree in criminal justice, correctional administration, criminology, psychology, social work, counseling and guidance, child development, physical education or recreation, sociology, school social work, social work administration, educational psychology, family relations, human services, or theology.
Corrections Program Coordinator 9
No specific type or amount is required.
Corrections Program Coordinator 10
One year of professional experience providing services to inmates, parolees, or probationers in a correctional setting equivalent to a Corrections Program Coordinator 9, Prison Counselor 9, or Parole/Probation Officer 9.
Corrections Program Coordinator P11
Two years of professional experience providing services to inmates, parolees, or probationers in a correctional setting, including one year equivalent to a Corrections Program Coordinator 10, Prison Counselor 10, or Parole/Probation Officer 10.
Corrections Program Coordinator 12
Three years of professional experience providing services to inmates, parolees, or probationers in a correctional setting, including one year equivalent to a Corrections Program Coordinator P11, Prison Counselor P11, or Parole/Probation Officer P11.
Alternate Education and Experience
Correction Program Coordinator 9
Possession of a bachelor's degree in any major and one year of Department of Corrections' experience.
Education level typically acquired through the completion of high school and one year as an Assistant Resident Unit Supervisor 11 or Corrections Shift Supervisor 11; or, two years as a Corrections Field Services Assistant E10, Corrections Medical Unit Officer E10, Corrections Resident Representative E10, Corrections Security Representative E10, Corrections Transportation Officer E10, Resident Unit Officer E10, or Special Alternative Incarceration Officer E10; or, three years as a Corrections Medical Officer E9 or Corrections Officer E9.
Additional Requirements and Information
Position Description (https://MCSC.state.mi.us/AgencyPDFs/PDReport(53).pdf)
* REQUIRED INFORMATION: Employment in the state classified service demands a high degree of loyalty and imposes high ethical standards on employees to ensure the integrity of state government and maintain effective services. All employees must meet these ethical standards and all appointing authorities are obligated to enforce these ethical standards.
As part of this effort all employees are required to report any possible conflict of interest, please review the information and be prepared to respond to questions related to the information in your application. Ethical Standards and Conduct (Note: you do not need to fill out the form)
Positions in this class are test-designated and subject to pre-appointment and random-selection drug and alcohol testing.
The Department of Corrections may screen out applicants who have been convicted of a felony in accordance with Public Act 191 of 2017. Applicants who have been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony are ineligible for employment with the Department of Corrections until satisfactory completion of
any sentence imposed, including parole or probation.
Some positions within this classification series may require individuals appointed to maintain Master Trainer certifications in designated evidence-based and prison-based Prisoner Reentry programs.
Certain positions may be assigned subclass codes and individuals appointed must possess the required
View the job specification at: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/CorrectionsProgramCoordinator_12120_7.pdf
This position is eligible for $0.40/hour pay premium.
State employment benefits include everything from health insurance to retirement income and can be worth 25% to 50% of salary depending on wages and benefits.
This page briefly explains some benefits provided under Civil Service rules or union contracts.
Full-time employees receive between 15 and 35 vacation days per year. Employees also receive 13 sick days per year and 8 hours of leave to participate in certain school functions or community activities. Employees may also qualify for up to 12 weeks of paid or unpaid leave for certain family or medical situations.
State employees receive 13 scheduled holidays each year, including New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, Memorial Day, and Veterans Day, just to name a few. State employees also receive Election Day off every other year.
Alternative Work Schedules
Flexible work schedules and telecommuting options are available in many jobs.
Insurance and Other Benefits
Eligible employees can choose from a variety of health insurance plans, including a PPO, HMOs, and a High Deductible Health Plan with HSA. Other coverage includes vision, dental, life, and long-term disability insurance, as well as tax-deferred Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) for health, prescription, dental and vision eligible expenses, dependent care expenses, and Qualified Transportation Fringe Benefits (QTFB). Employees also have the option to purchase additional life, accidental death, and long-term care insurance, auto/home insurance, identify theft protection, and legal services. For additional information, visit https://www.michigan.gov/mdcs/employeebenefits/new-employee
Paid Parental Leave
Provides eligible individuals up to 12 weeks of paid leave immediately following birth or adoption of a child.
Employees may invest income in a tax-deferred retirement investment program. The state offers two optional deferred compensation plans, the 457 and 401(k). Employees decide the amount deducted from their paychecks.
Employees receive a minimum 4% state contribution toward their retirement fund. If an employee elects to contribute more, the state will match up to 3%. The Office of Retirement Services administers two different retirement plans for State of Michigan employees: Defined Benefit (DB) (https://www.michigan.gov/orsstatedb) and Defined Contribution (DC) (https://www.michigan.gov/orsstatedc) . New hires can also receive up to a 2% employer match into a Personal Healthcare Fund and a lump-sum credit to a tax-deferred account if eligible. More information is available at the Office of Retirement Services (https://www.michigan.gov/ors/0,4649,7-144-6183---,00.html) .
CORPCDR - Do you possess one of the following? A bachelor's degree or higher in criminal justice, correctional administration, criminology, psychology, social work, counseling and guidance, child development, physical education or recreation, sociology, school social work, social work administration, educational psychology, family relations, human services, or theology; OR a bachelor's degree or higher in any major AND at least one year of Department of Corrections' experience? If so, please attach a copy of your official college transcripts; OR Education level typically acquired through the completion of high school and one year as an Assistant Resident Unit Supervisor 11 or Corrections Shift Supervisor 11; or, two years as a Corrections Field Services Assistant E10, Corrections Medi