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Salary: $3,354.00 - $5,332.00
Posted: 03/23/2013

Job Description:

Under the professional supervision of the Correctional Administrator and the Parole Agent II, the Parole Service Associate (PSA) will provide liaison services between parole agents and parolees and/or Alternative Custody Program (ACP) participants, casework services for FRCCC female inmates in assist in resolving employment, social and community readjustment needs of inmates preparing to parole back into the community, and assist with caseload management for parolees and ACP participants. The PSA will also provide support in the preparation of policy and procedure development of the continuum of care available for paroling inmates. Travel may be required.

Typical Duties:

35% Review risk and needs assessments of inmates and record the information provided utilizing a state-issued computer to identify program placement and casework services for the female population located throughout the State. The PSA will coordinate with the Parole Agent II to assist the female population with reintegration back into the community by providing resolutions of employment, family relationships, and health, dental, psychological and social issues to effect successful parole into the community. The PSA will assist the Case Manager in providing a continuum of care plan for the assigned caseload. Prepare reports and answer correspondence. Completion of sex offender assessments as required.

35% The PSA acts as a liaison between parole staff, contract staff, community groups and the inmate, parolee, or ACP participant to alleviate existing barriers. Assist Parole Agent II with caseload management of residential parolees such as daily parolee count, weekly reports, and activity reports. Coordinate, assign and track Parole Unit Residence Verifications and other parole documents related to potential ACP participants. Provide gender-responsive training to institution and field staff.

20% Assess and/or enter information into various databases such as, but not limited to, ARDTS, COMPAS, Cal-Parole, Leads, RSTS, SOMS, ERMS, DDPS, and CLETS in order to perform parole planning, placement responsibilities, and program assignments. Monitor field facilities.

10% Case conference with the Parole Agent II relating to difficult parole planning and placement case factors. Tracks and assists with the coordination of the return process for unsuccessful ACP participants. Attend conferences, meetings and mandated training. Maintain a working relationship with outside organizations/agencies and inmate/parole families.

The PSA position is located in Rancho Cordova. Limited Term may become permanent.

Please submit a standard State Application (form STD. 678). The application must clearly indicate the basis of eligibility in the explanation section of the STD. 678. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified will be scheduled for an interview. Interested candidates must attach a copy of your most recent performance report.



Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
Parole Service Associate 065 - 240 - 9776 - 001
Location County
Female Offender Programs &Services/Sp. Housing SACRAMENTO
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Limited Term  12 month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
04/06/2013 None Specified
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
Division of Adult Institutions - Headquarters
1515 S Street, RM 310N
Sacramento, CA 95811
Lisa Barrera
(916) 445-5225

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