CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION, CALIF CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION , TEHACHAPI
Title: CORRECTIONAL ADMINISTRATOR, DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Salary: $8,848.00 - $9,756.00 Posted: 02/13/2013
WHO SHOULD APPLY: CURRENT CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION EMPLOYEES TO APPLY FOR THIS VACANCY, LATERAL TRANSFER, REINSTATEMENT, SROA, RE-EMPLOYMENT AND PERSONS ON A CERTIFICATION LIST FROM A STATE CIVIL-SERVICE EXAM FOR THIS CLASSIFICATION.
The Correctional Administrator, as a Division Head, ensures compliance with departmental rules, regulations and policies. The Correctional Administrator is involved in employee discipline and in the resolution of personnel issues. The Correctional Administrator closely monitors overtime and other expenditures and is responsible for keeping the Division within its budget. The Correctional Administrator is responsible for accomplishing all departmental and organizational objectives. Due to the Hiring restriction, positions are being filled limited term with the possibility of becoming permanent. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified will be interviewed.
CORRECTIONAL ADMINSTRATOR, DOC
054 - 261 - 9645 - 005
CALIFORNIA CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
Final Filing Date:
California Correctional Inst /Delegating Testing P.O. Box 1031 Tehachapi, CA 93581
Sharon Garness (661) 822-4402 x3292
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