**WHO SHOULD APPLY: STATE EMPLOYEES WITH CURRENT STATUS IN THE ABOVE CLASSIFICATION, PERSONS WITH LIST ELIGIBILITY, WITH INTEREST IN A LATERAL TRANSFER FROM AN EQUIVALENT CLASS, WITH PROMOTION ELIGIBILITY, ON A TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT ASSIGNMENT OR REINSTATEMENT. **NO FAXED OR EMAILED APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. YOU MUST LIST THE POSITION NUMBER IN THE EXAMINATION/JOB TITLE PORTION OF THE STD. 678 STATE APPLICATION AND CLEARLY INDICATE THE BASIS OF ELIGIBLITY IN LINE ITEM 12. FOR LIST ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES, PLEASE ATTACH YOUR EXAM RESULTS. ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE SCREENED AND ONLY THE MOST QUALIFIED WILL BE INTERVIEWED.
ALL HIRES ARE SUBJECT TO HIRING FREEZE , PLACEMENTS AND/OR BUDGET APPROVAL.
OFFICE OF CORRECTIONAL EDUCATION
FEDERAL GRANTS AND COURT MANDATED PROGRAMS
ASSISTANT CHIEF OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS (ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT)
Under the direction of the Superintendent of Correctional Education, Office of Correctional Education, the Assistant Chief of Education, Correctional Programs, with the working title of Assistant Superintendent of Correctional Education, Federal Grants and Court Mandated Programs, has the responsibility for the managing, implementation, evaluation, and on-site monitoring of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), the Incarcerated Youth Offenders Program (IYO) the Vocational Education Technical Education Act (VTEA), the Development Disabilities Program (DDP), the Disability Placement Program (DPP), and the Enhanced Outpatient Program (EOP) at designated institutions. The ASCE is the primary liaison with the California Department of Education and the United States Department of Education and has the responsibility of overseeing special program activities, evaluation, and monitoring of academic, bridging, and vocational programs, as well as supervisory and administrative functions of various institutions implementing federal grants and court mandated programs. The incumbent will have oversight responsibilities at all adult institutions. Statewide travel as required.
30% Reviewing and preparing reports pertaining to education programs. Conducting fiscal and program reviews of all field operations to ensure compliance with established policies, regulations, and procedures. Reviewing the analysis of various education program data and reporting on a regular basis the results of these reviews. Evaluating new and emerging professional processes and products for potential benefit and incorporation into existing program design statewide. Providing expert opinion and leadership in the planning, development, promotion, organization, and direction of subject-specific education programs. Providing direction for the implementation of new programs, and dissolution of obsolete, ineffective, or cost-prohibitive programs.
25% Conducting compliance monitoring of all field operations to determine and to ensure conformance to departmental policies and appropriate state and federal laws. Ensuring exit interviews are conducted with wardens and/or superintendents at the completion of each compliance monitoring visit; are conducted in the institutions and include face-to-face interviews with inmates, staff, volunteers, and the general public; and include the preparation of monitoring documents, design of evaluation tools, preparation of corrective action plans and technical assistance to wardens and/or superintendents and their staff in the implementation of new policies and procedures. Disseminating and communicating information as need arises, and conducting site visitations and reviews to ensure objectives and goals are being met.
15% Providing assistance and support for curriculum revision, drafting of goals, objectives, and policy for education programs department wide. Providing on-site training for field staff related to program operations. Evaluating program effectiveness to determine if resources are used effectively. Preparing correspondence, reports, issue memoranda, and briefing documents for management, orally and in writing, effectively describing the current state of affairs with regard to the ASCE’s assigned responsibilities. Providing assistance and support to staff at the institution schools with varying levels of responsibility.
10% Developing, reviewing and analyzing legislation which impacts the programs administered by the OCE. Preparing correspondence, reports, issue memos, briefing documents for CDCR and DJJ managers, and others necessary documents, as required.
10% Responding to legislators, federal agencies, the general public, and other state agencies regarding education programs, either in writing, by telephone, in person, or in a public forum. Developing proposed legislation for the Department. Analyzing and reporting on proposed state and federal legislation which impacts the department and related agencies.
10% Providing support to the Superintendent of Correctional Education in the administration of the OCE. Serving in an acting capacity as needed when the Superintendent is absent. Providing training and developing curriculum to facilitate programs and services in the field.
ALL HIRES ARE SUBJECT TO HIRING FREEZE AND/OR BUDGET APPROVAL
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|CDCR HQ, Division of Rehabilitative Programs, Sacramento, CA
|Final Filing Date:
P.O. Box 942883
Sacramento, CA 94283-0001