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The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) provides leadership and support to local corrections systems in California. Our agency actively cultivates a positive, and supportive environment in the workplace to ensure that all staff members have the tools needed to complete our mission statewide. If you would like to be part of an agency that delivers leadership, excellence, and support to local corrections systems every day, please consider the following opportunities:


Current Opportunities

Staff Services Manager I (Supervisor)
Final Filing Date: February 27, 2018
Full Announcement
Under the direction of the Facilities Standards and Operations (FSO) Deputy Director, a Career Executive Assignment, Level B (CEA B), the Standards and Compliance Officer, a Staff Services Manager I (SSM I), is responsible for the day-to-day management and oversight of FSO’s analytical programs and projects. This includes, but is not limited to: overseeing FSO budget, managing the agency rulemaking responsibilities, managing the federal Compliance Monitoring Program and overseeing local detention facility inspection resources, data collection, reporting and analysis. Experience in the criminal and juvenile justice system is helpful, however not required. High-level knowledge and use of Microsoft Excel is required; tasks also require knowledge and use of Tableau, Statistical Analysis System (SAS), and Microsoft’s Access, PowerPoint, and Visio software.
Associate Governmental Program Analyst
2 Positions

Final Filing Date: February 16, 2018
Full Announcement
Under general direction of the Staff Services Manager I, Corrections Planning and Grant Programs Division, this position serves as an administrative and program analyst for federal and state grant funded programs. This position is responsible to gather budget and program data and information, analyze it for accuracy, resolve any discrepancies, prepare, track and meet timelines, and develop reports and recommendations for management. This position works in conjunction with Field Representatives to conduct planning and administrative functions for federal and state programs to improve the effectiveness of state and local correctional systems, reduce program costs, maximize resources, and enhance public safety through cost-effective, promising, and evidence-based strategies.
Field Representative
Final Filing Date: Until Filled
Full Announcement
Under general direction of the County Facilities Construction (CFC) Division Deputy Director, a Career Executive Assignment Level B (CEA B), the Field Representative is responsible for providing the overall administration and management of major capital outlay projects for local detention facilities authorized by legislation. The Field Representative (FR) promotes public safety by formulating policy to ensure the safe operation of state and local correctional facilities; conducts inspections to evaluate compliance with Titles 15 and 24 regulations; plans and completes complex special projects; and provides technical assistance to state, local, governmental and corrections agencies.