Correctional Training Officer III

Company Name:
Indiana Department of Corrections

Job Description :
The incumbent provides specialized instruction for both new and veteran employees at one of the Department's Correctional Facilities. He/she works under the supervision of the Facility Training Program Director in the program design, budget development, establishment and administration of the training programs for all facility staff. The incumbent will coordinate/supervise various adjunct trainers and subject matter specialists, performing his/her duties with minimal supervision, operating within the confines of established guidelines, Departmental policies/procedures, State and Federal law and ACA standards. He/she also provides support instruction at the Correctional Training Institute, as needed.

Responsibilities :
Essential Duties/Responsibilities are: conducts Orientation, In-Service and On The Job Training for all staff; analyzes effectiveness of training; researches and develops training curricula to meet specific performance objectives; develops training aids and techniques; reviews, updates, and compiles training materials and makes recommendations for their use on an annual basis; assists in organizing special workshops and seminars; tests, measures, and evaluates trainee performance and makes recommendation on retention or working status; provides support, assistance and guidance to trainees as appropriate; develops and compiles training manuals and materials; prepares and distributes surveys and questionnaires used as data reference for Training Needs Assessment; ensures that all training programs, procedures, methods, and standards are in compliance with ACA standards; informs staff of EASY program (employee assistance) and advises appropriate supervisor of noted problems; assists in the safety and the security of the facility; collaborates with all departments within the facility to enhance the learning environment and performance of employees; promotes positive professional values and personal accountability; maintains a variety of training records, course information, and prepares written reports regarding training programs; comprehends, explains, and trains the department/facility rules, policies and procedures to staff; operates radios, intercoms, computers, calculators, fire extinguishers, and other equipment; attends and successfully completes all required training and certifications; presents a positive image to the public and to the staff; maintains confidentiality; operates departmental vehicles to travel to other facilities, seminars, conferences, or training sites; participates as the Chairperson/member of the facility Training Committee unless higher ranking training officers are designated; develops New Employee Orientation, In-Service, and On Job Training programs; performs other duties as assigned; assists with Budget preparation and management.

Preferred Experience:
Five (5) years work experience in corrections; education; in-service training; or accredited college training in a related field. Willingness to undergo a background investigation. Special Requirement: must successfully complete the Correctional Training Institute basic pre-service academy.

The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package which includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, retirement plans and accrued leave.

Equal Employment Opportunity:
The State of Indiana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job ID: 593910
Apply Before: 2015/01/02
Location: Madison
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Agency: Madison Juvenile Corr Facility
City/Country/St: Madison, Jefferson County, IN
Salary: $30,082.00

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