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16 Jun 2022

Full-Time Senior Manager – Adult Services Division

Multnomah County – Posted by DannyF Portland, Oregon, United States

Job Description

Pay Range:

$84,205.35 – $126,309.55 Annual

The Multnomah County Department of Community Justice (DCJ) is seeking a Senior Manager for the Adult Services Division. In this role, you will have direct oversight for eleven Sworn Criminal Justice Managers who oversee the case management functions of eight different field units.  This senior manager position will manage, direct and coordinate supervision, services and sanctions for the Domestic Violence Unit as well as oversight of EPICs, and ensure managers are utilizing our Real Time Audit to review and audit Case Management practices in DCJ.

This Senior Manager will negotiate, problem solve, and collaborate with other organizations including the Department of Corrections, Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office, community partners/groups, judges, other county departments, labor/management and the Oregon Association of Community Corrections Directors.  As a member of the department’s Senior Leadership Team, the Senior Manager will develop budgets and implement agency wide initiatives, priorities and policies.

Key Responsibilities include:

  • Audit case management expectations by using evidence-based practices to manage risk, create service standards, coordinating with public safety partners and ensuring the safety of Adult Services Division staff.
  • Direct and Manage Program Initiatives, ensuring effective and responsible service delivery and accountability to established benchmarks.
  • Principal Management Advisor on the department level management team leading program planning, program reviews, budgeting, and policy assessments.
  • Management of diverse, front line, Sworn Community Justice Managers.

The Department of Community Justice is looking for experienced managers who can demonstrate expertise in the following areas:

  • Leadership and Direction: You provide a sense of direction through a clear vision to create change in community corrections that serves the interests of multiple stakeholders including the public, offenders, community groups, employees, other agencies and the judiciary using evidence based practices. You bring your leadership, operational oversight and advocacy experience to the daily operations and administrative functions of the assigned division.
  • Networking and Collaboration: You serve on the department’s Senior Management Team as a principal advisor and participant in decision making processes where budget and operational direction are made that impact the entire department. You represent DCJ as well as the County, to the public, other criminal justice professionals and politicians throughout Oregon and the country through collaborative relationships and networking in an effort to identify and incorporate evidence based practices and enhance the continuum of accountability, public safety and service delivery. You also develop relationships with community partners and treatment agencies around assessment, case planning and services designed to improve outcomes for adults and juveniles under DCJ’s supervision.
  • Quality Assurance, Analysis of Performance Data, Realignment, and Budget Adjustments: You maintain oversight of evidence based practices, state-wide outcome measures and department benchmarks to ensure that the department is deepening efforts in researched based practices. You will review outcome data and benchmarks through a review of management reports, research and evaluation data, results audits, performance appraisals and meetings with managers. You monitor and participate in the development and administration of the division budget, including forecasting of resources needed, expenditures, and recommend mid-year or other adjustments.    
  • Cultural Competency: You value and respect diversity and individual diversity within our staff, our clients, and our community, and take seriously our responsibility to provide culturally specific services in a competent manner.
  • Organizational Savviness: You will demonstrate understanding and good judgment of organizational culture and interpersonal relationships, with both internal and external groups, to identify opportunities of mutual interest and benefit.
  • Personal Development: You will strive for an honest and accurate assessment of oneself and demonstrate willingness for continuous improvement.
  • Functional/Technical: You possess specific knowledge about laws, regulations, certifications, licensure and skills for specific assignments.

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Job Categories: Equal Opportunities. Job Types: Full-Time. Job Tags: #management, corrections, and Justice. Salaries: 100,000 and above.

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