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CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION, PAROLES

Title:  SUPERVISING PROGRAM TECHNICIAN I
Salary: $2,745.00 - $3,334.00
Posted: 11/15/2012

Job Description:
Under the general supervision of the Parole Agent III, the Supervising Program Technician I (SPT I) supervises a group of support staff assigned to the Interstate Compact Unit, which includes classifications of Program Technicians, Office Technicians and Office Assistants. The SPT I directs the daily work of support staff, maintains all supervisory personnel files, backs up the support staff positions as necessary, provides and/or arranges training for all staff, participates in all supervisory meetings and maintains the work/vacation/lunch schedules for support staff. The SPT I is responsible for processing monthly time sheets for support staff.

The SUPERVISING PROGRAM TECHNICIAN I performs the following duties:

Responsible for the daily supervision and assignment distribution (i.e. rotation of staff to provide adequate phone coverage) of all support staff. This may also include re-directing or modifying work assignments in response to changes in the Interstate mission. Complete probationary reports and annual performance evaluations. Initiate disciplinary actions as needed and makes recommendations to management on suggested course of action. Review and approve all vacation/time off requests for support staff. Assist in selection of hiring new support staff in the unit. Resolve the more complex issues and problems relating to Interstate transfers by taking corrective action and providing on-the-job training to minimize future occurrences. Provide training to staff regarding Interstate Compact Rules and ensure the various databases are accurately maintained. Maintain time sheets for all Interstate staff which includes: reviewing and reconciling discrepancies in time usage, overtime, sick leave, etc. Acts as the liaison with Headquarters personnel staff, and Human Resources Division, Personnel Transactions. Actively participates in all supervisor meetings. Compile monthly statistics to submit to the Deputy Compact Administrator (PA III). Acts as subject matter expert and provides confidential information and technical liaison assistance to law enforcement agencies in other states as well as local law enforcement, district attorney offices, judges, parole offices, probation departments, private attorneys and the public in special circumstances, as it relates to adult offenders. Respond to various correspondence related to adult parole and probation offenders. Act as a liaison with various law enforcement agencies regarding the Interstate Agreement on Detainers and ensure that they are processed in a timely manner. Performs the duties of support staff, whenever necessary or in the event of an absence or excessive workload, to ensure the overall unit is performing effectively. Trains new support staff. Ensures training records of employees are completed and maintained.

LIMITED TERM MAY BECOME PERMANENT

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
Supervising Program Technician I 061 - 028 - 9924 - 400
Location County
Interstate Compact Unit SACRAMENTO
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Limited Term  12 month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
Until Filled None Specified
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
Interstate Compact Unit
9825 Goethe Rd, Rm 200
Sacramento, CA 95827
Flora Allen
(916) 255-0591
Flora.Allen@cdcr.ca.gov


Special Requirements:
CDCR Employees Only

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