|Department||Office of Juvenile Affairs|
|Date Opened||4/10/2013 11:30:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||4/24/2013 11:59:00 PM|
|Full or Part Time||
State of Oklahoma employees: Permanent and classified employee currently with another agency or those having reinstatement rights; Submit all of the following application materials: An OJA cover memo - (101B - OHRM) or a cover letter containing the OJA’s Job Announcement Number, Job Title and Job Code of the position for which you are applying, a telephone number where you can be reached during office hours, your home mailing address, your current classification and job code, and a completed Personal Data Summary Sheet (OPM-4B). These forms and announcement numbers can be found at the OJA’s Job Announcements website. http://www.oja.state.ok.us/jobs.htm
Send or Fax OHRM 101B and OPM-4B forms to:
Office of Juvenile Affairs
Attn: Human Resources
3812 N. Santa Fe, Suite 400
Oklahoma City, OK 73118-8500
Fax: (405) 530-2982
Mailed or faxed forms must be received by 5:00PM on the date of closing. If you have any questions regarding this position or the application process, contact HR at (405) 530-2976.
Positions in this job family are assigned responsibilities involving the direction or supervision of programs related to the delivery of agency services on a statewide basis. This may include the supervision of professional level staff in providing a variety of services and assistance to eligible clients, responsibility for a work unit of a division or a single program area, assisting in directing a major multifunctional program or unit, or overall responsibility for major program activities involving the principle operations of the agency.
The Programs Manager job family consists of five levels which are distinguished based on the scope and breadth of responsibility associated with the program responsibilities assigned.
At this level employees are assigned responsibilities related to direct supervisory responsibility over a professional level staff. This will include responsibility for all phases of program staffing, conducting local on-site staff meetings and training to provide information about program policies and procedures, counseling with local officials about needs and problems at the local level, and initiating corrective actions concerning program procedures and staff management.
Education and Experience required at this level consists of a master’s degree and one year of professional supervisory, managerial, consultative or administrative experience in public health administration, social work, child support, adult protective services, child welfare, guidance and counseling, nursing, developmental disabilities, probation and parole, employment services, public administration, community-based prevention and diversionary youth services programs, juvenile justice, rehabilitation or disability services or counseling, or vocational evaluation or vocational rehabilitation, experience in instructing/directing a community service or recreational program or an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one year of professional level experience in the above listed areas for each year of the required education.
NOTE: No substitution will be allowed for the required professional supervisory, managerial, consultative or administrative experience.
Key Duties: Develop, implement, and maintain system wide Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) operating procedures. Visit facilities statewide and monitor responsibilities of each facility’s PREA Compliance Managers. Provide technical guidance, assistance, and feedback statewide to ensure compliance is met. Serve as the agency primary contact and resource for PREA related inquiries and procedural questions.
Monitor and provide PREA related program services, educational materials, and training to internal and external stakeholders to ensure they effectively support the goals of the agency. Oversee the development and educational materials such as bulletin board posters, brochures, and staff guides to educate staff and juvenile offenders regarding PREA reporting.
Develop and maintain resources to enable reporting for juvenile offenders and third parties, and to assure the agency’s response to sexual violence is appropriate and adequate. Monitor the quality of investigations by establishing a communication with each division.
Coordinate the design and implementation of new programs, policies, and procedures which affect the agency on PREA. Review audit procedures and provide evaluation responses. Prepare and submit formal reports. Inform agency division heads of critical PREA issues, training needs, or information updates.
Special requirements: Applicants must be willing and able to perform all job-related travel normally associated with this position.