Assistant Facility Director - Security - Criminal Justice in Albuquerque, NM at The Geo Group

Date Posted: 7/19/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Facility: NM Women's Recovery Academy (NMMRA)

Compensation Base: 

Compensation Bonus (if applicable): 

 

Equal Opportunity Employer.

Summary

This position is responsible for the overall daily security operations of the facility through management of security supervisory staff and detention officers.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

• Provides direct supervision and guidance to security supervisory staff.

• Ensures overall security operations are conducted in accordance with established policies, procedures.

• Coordinates facility training program in conjunction with federal, state, local and corporate requirements/guidelines.

• Responsible for ensuring required security inspections of the facility are conducted and documented (i.e., shift, daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual).

• Responsible for ensuring the coordination of scheduled inmate transports (i.e., courts, transfers, medical, etc.).

• Oversees the inmate disciplinary process to ensure compliance with policy, procedure and minimum standards.

• Monitors daily activities to ensure they are in conjunction with established building schedule.

• Conducts routine inspections of all areas of the physical plant (interior/exterior).

• Reviews daily staffing to ensure appropriate coverage.

• Investigates alleged staff misconduct and submit written report to Facility Director for review.

• Reviews all required security reports (i.e., incidents, disciplinary reports, accidents, inspections, etc.) for accuracy.

• Act as Facility Director in his/her absence.

• Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Job Requirements

Minimum Requirements

• Bachelor’s Degree with three (3) years of experience in a community based or secure correctional setting or seven (7) years of experience in a community based or secure correctional setting.

• Familiar with community corrections systems and current community corrections practices. 

• Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operations manuals and routine instructions and procedures

• Ability to write routine reports and correspondence

• Ability to speak effectively

• Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department.