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At CoreCivic there are many career paths that can lead to a rewarding career in our industry and making a transition from a career with Local, State or Federal agencies opens up opportunities to apply your expertise in a career with CoreCivic. With correctional, detention and reentry facilities nationwide, our facility leaders play an integral role as emissaries of our Purpose, Mission and Values to our partners, our employees and those entrusted to our care. Facility Management Careers at CoreCivic encompass the following positions:

• CoreCivic Safety: Warden, Assistant Warden, Chief of Security, Chief of Unit Management, and equivalents.
• CoreCivic Community: Facility Director, Assistant Facility Director, Operations Supervisor, and equivalents.

The position provides assistance and information to senior management from time to time. This includes assisting the Executive Director of Residential Services in streamlining all residential processes, projects, initiative roll-outs, and training to ensure consistency, preparedness, and effective residential services for our children and families. To succeed in this position, you must develop, implement and maintain program initiatives aligned with the department's mission. You must have the ability to think critically, solve problems and execute good decision-making skills.

Filling Deadline: July 19, 2022

The Facility Administrator provides direct management and supervision for the operation of a juvenile facility, including personnel and youth ordered into the care and custody of the Department.

This new incumbent will evaluate program goals, standards, and controls to meet program objectives; develop short and long-range plans for program operations and resources; oversees the development and training of program staff; represents the department in a liaison capacity with managers and officials of other agencies concerning program activities.

This new incumbent will evaluate program goals, standards, and controls to meet program objectives; develop short and long-range plans for program operations and resources; oversees the development and training of program staff; represents the department in a liaison capacity with managers and officials of other agencies concerning program activities.

Miami-Dade County is seeking a dynamic, innovative, experienced, results- and people-oriented leader to serve as the Director of the Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department (MDCR). The mission of the MDCR is to provide safe, secure, and humane pre-trial detention of individuals in custody, while also preparing inmates for successful re-entry to the community. As part of the Public Safety strategic area, the Department operates three detention facilities with a system-wide average daily inmate population of approximately 4,400 inmates, intakes and classifies approximately 54,000 inmates annually, and provides local court security services, alternative to incarceration programs, inmate rehabilitation programs and transportation to court, local, and state facilities.

This position is responsible for the management oversight of the facility to include security operations, training, programs and joint oversight of education, medical services, clinical services, food services, maintenance and human resources. The Superintendent II ensures compliance with all state, local and federal regulations that pertain to the facility as well as policy implementation and all internal and external quality assurance related standards. This position is responsible for creating a positive, clean work environment in which service delivery to the youth can be provided in a safe, effective manner.

The Jail Administrator (Warden) shall exercise authority and perform a broad scope of duties including but not limited to the following:; Hold administrative responsibility for management of all jail operations and all jail personnel under direction of the Sheriff and/or Chief of Police; Ensure that the jail operates in accordance with all local, state, and federal laws and regulations and Case Law/Court Decisions related to corrections and Jail Operations; Supervise the job performance of all jail staff and ensure proper training of jail staff; Assign and direct jail staff ensuring that all policies, rules, regulations, orders, procedures, and directives are implemented and enforced.; Assist the Sheriff in preparation of the jail budget; Monitor jail operations and prepare and analyze reports on jail operations; Manage all aspects of contracted services in the jail; And, All other duties assigned by the Lake County Sheriff.

The Prison Warden manages the vendor relationship with the County’s prison services provider as well as supervises County staff with oversight of the facility. The Warden will participate in Jail Oversight Board Meetings and related activities. The Warden will play a critical role, along with the Jail Oversight Board, in the decision to process to de-privatize the current prison.

Our agency is searching for a transformational servant leader to serve as our next Assistant Secretary of Prisons. Reporting to the Deputy Secretary, this position serves on the DOC’s Executive Strategy Team, providing strategic vision and bold leadership for our twelve prison facilities and their associated programs. The Assistant Secretary of Prisons is the primary change agent and representative for the DOC’s statewide prison operational work and represents our core values both internally and externally.