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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

Research Program Specialist I
Final Filing Date: June 20, 2018
Full Announcement
Description:
Under general direction of the Chief of Research, a Research Manager III, the Research Program Specialist I (RPS I) serves as the Board of State and Community Corrections’ (BSCC’s) research specialist responsible for the evaluation of criminal and juvenile justice programs, design and implementation of special research projects, and the collection and analysis of data from local detention facilities. This position requires high-level writing and analytical skills, accuracy, and completed staff work including the ability to work independently and meet timelines and deadlines.

Associate Accounting Analyst
Final Filing Date: July 2, 2018
Full Announcement
Description:
Under the general supervision of the Chief Fiscal Officer, a Staff Services Manager II (Managerial), and under technical lead of the Accounting Administrator I (Specialist), the Associate Accounting Analyst independently performs the most difficult accounting duties which require an understanding of accounting systems and processes which includes coordinating the implementation of accounting for new programs/functions; reviewing proposals to change accounting procedures; preparing cash analysis reports for management and coordinating the completion of year-end reports; developing accounting and operational procedures or policies; and participating in analytical studies and improvement projects related to the state’s accounting practices.

Information Technology Associate
Final Filing Date: July 3, 2018
Full Announcement
Description:
Under the general supervision of an Information Technology Supervisor II, with lead direction from an Information Technology Specialist I, the incumbent is primarily responsible for providing direct IT service and support to the employees of the Board of State and Community Corrections. The incumbent will assist in providing direct training and tutoring to individual employees, serve as a member of a team of employees working in support of specific technology projects, and perform independent research and other related IT duties as required.

Staff Services Manager I
Final Filing Date: July 3, 2018
Full Announcement
Description:
Under the direction of the Staff Services Manager II, Corrections Planning and Grant Programs Division, this position supervises analyst staff and works with the Field Representatives to oversee planning and administrative functions for state and federal 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. This position is responsible for managing the workload of analyst staff to ensure the timely and accurate collection and reporting of data and adherence to program, fiscal, and project timelines. Occasional travel may be required.

Field Representative
Final Filing Date: Until Filled
Full Announcement
Description:
Under general direction of the STC Deputy Director, the Field Representative promotes the professionalism of the local corrections workforce by providing technical assistance and training to local corrections agencies to improve local training outcomes. The Field Representative coordinates the design and maintenance of selection and training standards for local corrections personnel, provides consultative services to support the implementation of those standards, designs and delivers training, administers a course certification system, conducts compliance reviews, develops statewide policy related to training, facilitates workgroups and meetings, and performs other related duties in support of the statewide local corrections training program.