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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



Office Technician (Typing)
Final Filing Date: April 2, 2019
Full Announcement

Description:
Under the supervision of the Office Services Supervisor II, the Office Technician (OT) performs a variety of the more difficult and technical general office work. The OT works independently or in a group setting to perform a variety of the most difficult duties and is expected to consistently exercise a high degree of initiative and independence in performing assigned tasks. The OT is required to have a willingness to independently check his or her own work for completeness and accuracy. The incumbent should have good customer service and ability to communicate effectively.

The incumbent will need to acquire an understanding of BSCC programs and policies as this is necessary for routing questions from the public to field representatives and analysts. The employee should have a working knowledge of Microsoft Programs including Word and Excel, and must be able to type at a speed of at least 40 words per minute.

Office Technician (Typing)
Final Filing Date: March 29, 2019
Full Announcement

Description:
Under the supervision of the Office Services Supervisor II, the incumbent will perform advanced, journey-level, clerical support functions for Board, Executive Steering Committee (ESC) and Workgroups meetings, including advanced journey level tasks in highly sensitive, difficult administrative areas. The incumbent is expected to exercise a high degree of initiative, independence and originality in performing assigned tasks.

Associate Governmental Program Analyst (2 POSITIONS)
Final Filing Date: March 29, 2019
Full Announcement

Description:
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. With assignment of the high profile grants that are the most complex and highest volume grants, 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.

Accounting Administrator I (Specialist)
Final Filing Date: April 3, 2019
Full Announcement

Description:
Under the direction of the Fiscal Officer, an Accounting Administrator II, the Accounting Administrator I (Specialist) (AAI), independently performs the most complex and technical accounting & FI$Cal operations for the Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC). The incumbent must have broad knowledge of the State’s accounting system(s), professional accounting practices and procedures, and relevant federal rules and requirements. The incumbent is also responsible for the performance of professional accounting duties, and acting as the FI$Cal Accounting Super User. The incumbent will recommend changes or alternatives that result in effective solutions to any financial issue that may arise.

Field Representative
Final Filing Date: Until Filled
Full Announcement

Description:
Under general direction of the Deputy Director, the Field Representative promotes public safety by formulating policy to ensure the safe operation of state and local correctional facilities; conducts inspections to evaluate compliance with policy; administers grant and local assistance programs; plans and completes complex research projects and special studies; and provides technical assistance to state and local corrections agencies.

Rotation of assignments and divisions may be required in order to alleviate the workload. Traveling to meet the needs of the assignment is required.

Field Representative
Final Filing Date: Until Filled
Full Announcement

Description:
Under general direction of the Deputy Director, the Field Representative promotes public safety by formulating policy to ensure the safe operation of state and local correctional facilities; conducts inspections to evaluate compliance with policy; administers grant and local assistance programs; plans and completes complex research projects and special studies; and provides technical assistance to state and local corrections agencies.

Rotation of assignments and divisions may be required in order to alleviate the workload. Traveling to meet the needs of the assignment is required.