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Corrections Case Manager ACC (3 Positions)

Annual Salary: $41,749.92
Why you'll love this position:
A position in the Missouri Department of Corrections is more than a job. It's a calling. Corrections employees transform lives, equipping Missourians in the criminal justice system with the skills they need to contribute to their communities, inside and outside our walls. More than 95 percent of people who enter the prison system ultimately are released. We want to make sure they're good neighbors.
We offer great benefits!
Missouri State Employee Retirement System / Deferred compensation plan / Health insurance (medical, vision, dental for employees and family) / Paid life insurance / Long-term disability insurance / Cafeteria plan / Paid holidays / 10 hours annual leave per month / 10 hours sick leave per month / Uniforms provided when required / Pre-service and in-service training / Access to credit union / Direct deposit of paycheck (required) / Employee health, wellness and safety initiatives / MOST 529 College Savings Program
The Department of Corrections is the only State agency that currently offers a guaranteed 1% pay increase for every two years of service up to 20 years!
What you'll do:
Serves on a classification team; evaluates the offender's institutional adjustment attitude toward society and release plans, prepares ; makes recommendations relative to ORAS & Case planning assignments/facility transfers/disciplinary actions
Secures and verifies information from incarcerated adult offenders concerning their home life/family relationships/work history/other pertinent personal and social factors; develops/maintains/reviews classification files
Assesses classification status/prepares analysis for program eligibility determinations using Adult Internal Classification System (AICS), Reclassification Analysis (RCA), and Initial Classification Analysis (ICA) instruments
Acts as grievance officer; processes and responds to Informal Resolution Requests (IRRs); holds disciplinary hearings on conduct violations; participates in treatment team meetings
Processes offenders: completing initial file review/protective custody assessment/enters enemy waivers/updates enemy lists
Maintains open-door office policy; handles offender's laundry/property/financial concerns/mail and censorship notices/notifies offenders of critical illness/death of immediate family members
Participates/assists in assigned offender's vocational, educational, and social adjustment planning; facilitates offender programs; evaluates civilian visiting applications and determines whether to approve or deny the individual's request to visit with offender; provides pre-release counseling; researches and identifies community resources/services prior to processing offenders for release
Cooperates with public/private agencies/law enforcement agencies in matters relating to assigned offenders, arranges/facilitates calls to attorneys, public agencies, and law enforcement agencies
Performs work in accordance with established rules and regulations; receives close administrative direction and performs other related work duties as assigned
All you need for success:
Minimum Qualifications:
A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is preferred, OR four or more years of experience as a Correctional Officer, Correctional Program Worker (CCA) or Probation and Parole Assistant, or vocational or paraprofessional experience in social services, probation and parole, corrections casework, guidance and counseling, mental health, health, substance abuse, law enforcement, public or business administration, or a closely related area.
A combination of education and experience may be substituted on a year for year basis.
All requested documents MUST be received by the closing date listed.
The Missouri Department of Corrections is proud to have a tradition of promotion from within for employees looking for and seeking distinctive career paths. As you work for the department, we invite you to consider your goals and make choices to actively head toward them. We seek to recognize employees who serve with distinction.
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The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.