51 st , 119 th , 340 th and 391 st JUDICIAL DISTRICT
COMMUNITY SUPERVISION AND CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT
OPENING DATE: CLOSING DATE:
POSITION: Program Director
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Assistant Facility Director
SALARY: $51,188.00 annually
EMPLOYMENT STATUS: EXEMPT
The Program Director is responsible for the design and implementation of treatment services for Court Ordered Residents. The Program Director is directly responsible for the treatment team staff as well as the Educational staff. The Program Director provides comprehensive counseling services, classroom instruction and guidance to residents and counseling staff in the areas of substance abuse, emotional and mental health issues and life skills within the scope of residential programming, policies and procedures.
The Program Director shall employ a spirit of common sense and courtesy in order to develop and maintain a professional and positive working relationship with residents and other staff.
THE CONCHO VALLEY CSCD IS A DRUG FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT. ALL PERSONS SELECTED FOR POSSIBLE EMPLOYMENT SHALL SUBMIT TO A DRUG SCREEN FOR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES PRIOR TO EMPLOYMENT, FAILURE OF THE DRUG SCREENING WILL RESULT IN AN IMMEDIATE WITHDRAWAL OF ANY AND ALL OFFERS OF EMPLOYMENT.
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION OF PROSPECTIVE EMPLOYEES IS CONDUCTED.
DUE TO THE VOLUME OF APPLICATIONS ANTICIPATED, ONLY THOSE PERSONNEL TO BE INTERVIEWED WILL BE CONTACTED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN WORKING FOR THE CONCHO VALLEY COMMUNITY SUPERVISION AND CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT.
Qualified candidates must complete an application that may be obtained from the Concho Valley CSCD website or the office listed below. Applications will be accepted in person, by mail or by fax.
Concho Valley Community Supervision & Corrections Department
Kim Badgett, HR Administrator or Beverly Baity, HR Assistant Administrator/ Benefits Coord.
3036 N. Bryant Blvd.
San Angelo, TX 76903
The Concho Valley Community Supervision & Corrections Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer
CONCHO VALLEY COMMUNITY SUPERVISION AND CORRECTIONS DEPARTMENT
Responsible for all aspects of the design and implementation of treatment services for
Court Ordered Residents
PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Identifies and implements various instruments for the evaluation and
assessment of residents in the areas of substance abuse, mental/emotional
health issues and life skills
2. Works with the CCF Director/ Assistant Director in the development and
implementation of programs relating to the habilitation/rehabilitation and
treatment of residents
3. Develops and implements a system to evaluate the treatment progress of
4. Assists the CCF Director in the gathering of data on the target population to
determine program outcomes and development to meet the needs of residents
5. With the assistance of the CCF Director/ Assistant Director, develops and
implements a curriculum for in-service training that will keep all staff
informed in regards to resident/staff treatment issues
6. Assists in the intake and orientation of new residents
7. Assigns residents to counselors/counselor interns by determining staff/resident
8. Assures accurate and appropriate documentation of the residents as to their
attendance, progress, cooperation and needs regarding the treatment program
9. Provides daily counseling and assistance to the residents and their families on
an individual or group basis as the need arises
10. Coordinates, attends, and chairs resident phase reviews/staffing
11. Assures that the facility’s residents’ rights are protected and reports any
violations to the CCF Director
12. Coordinates with the Residential Supervision Officer and the post release
Caseload Community Supervision Officer in the area of community resources
for resident aftercare plans
13. Adheres to licensure standards/rules governing confidentiality
14. Assures that all Counselors/Counselor Interns/Counselor Volunteers are
complying with the guidelines of the facility as well as CJAD
standards/ethics, State of Texas standards/ethics, licensure standards/ethics,
and local, state and federal laws
15. Attends and participates in residential staff meetings
16. Assists in the hiring of treatment team staff and Educational Specialists.
17. Approves/disapproves leave requests and time sheets for treatment staff and
Educational Specialists. Reports daily absences of treatment staff to the CCF
18. Coordinates activities of interns, practicum students and volunteers as well as
develops and maintains records of these persons and their respective programs
19. Assigns duties/work schedules to the treatment team and then supervises the
treatment team as they perform their respective duties/work schedules.
20. Conducts performance appraisals on treatment team and Education
21. Reports any and all personnel issues to the CCF Director
22. At the request of the CCF Director/ Assistant Director, Program Director shall
investigate, complete a written report and make recommendations in regards
to alleged staff misconduct
24. Is knowledgeable of and uses Universal Precautions when dealing with
25. Conducts self in a professional manner with colleagues in the criminal justice
system, with offenders, with victims, and with the public
26. Complies with CJAD Standards; Residential Code of Ethics; LCDC/ LPC
Code of Ethics; Departmental policies and procedures.
27. Performs other related duties as assigned by the CCF Director/ Assistant
Possess a Bachelors Degree conferred by a college or university accredited by an
accrediting organization recognized by the coordinating board, Texas College and
University System in criminal justice, criminology, corrections, counseling, law, social
work, family studies, psychology, sociology, or related field approved by TDCJ-CJAD.
Masters Degree preferred
Must possess certification as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor or be a
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor or Licensed Professional Counselor
Four (4) years experience as Qualified Credentialed Counselor (QCC) with two (2) years
in a supervisory capacity preferred.
Must possess a solid understanding of the dynamics of the disease of addiction and
various program types pertinent to the addictive personality
Prefer, but not required, prior working experience in the Criminal Justice System
Have the ability to utilize a personal computer
Be able to work independently and efficiently
Possess skills to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
Possess good judgment and sound decision-making skills
SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Working knowledge of the principles and techniques of correctional and social work
Knowledge of the Texas Penal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure
Working knowledge of federal, state and local laws, rules, regulations, departmental
policies and procedures, as well as techniques involved in the preparation and care of
case records and related documents
An understanding of human behavioral patterns; and the ability to apply good judgment
to problems of individuals
Ability to establish and maintain satisfactory and professional relationships with fellow
employees, supervisory and administrative personnel, the general public, and other
agencies and departments with whom we work
Ability to project and maintain an image consistent with the aims, goals and philosophy
of the Concho Valley Community Supervision and Corrections Department
Ability to effectively and consistently communicate the mission and philosophy of the
Ability to assess the needs of individual offenders, and refer them to and involve them in
the appropriate agency or service
Ability to make rational, justifiable decisions
Ability to conduct fair and objective investigations
Ability to take direction and critique from supervisory and administrative personnel and
have the desire to improve on a personal/professional basis
Ability to make constructive suggestions that could enhance the structure/operation of the
Ability to be adaptable, flexible and cooperative
Ability to follow the philosophy, policies, procedures and directives of the Concho
Valley Community Supervision and Corrections Department
Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License (if employee is coming to this position from
another state, this requirement must be met no later than thirty days following date of
Must have a telephone number at which they can be reached.
Must have appropriate and current automobile insurance
Must maintain appropriate dress and appearance according to CVCSCD/CCF policies