Website Florida Department of Children and Families
This position is responsible for managing inmates using a collaborative case management approach to meet theinmate’s needs through communication and available resources
- Responding to inmate requests, grievances, internal and external correspondences, and telephone inquires.
- Conducing weekly reviews and tours of restrictive housing units or other special status housing units as required.
- Evaluation of information gathered from various sources, such as reports, interviews, correspondences, observations, interactions, and records.
- Initiating referrals, recommendations, and reviews of special status inmates.
- Reviewing and making appropriate transfer recommendations for inmates.
- Planning and coordination of referral recommendations of treatment, programs, work, and services through a targeted placement to meet the inmate’s needs and the Departments.
- Coordination with other areas may be necessary.
- Conducting disciplinary hearings as the Disciplinary Hearing Team Chairperson or Hearing Officer.
- Establishing inmate identification needs and assisting the inmate with obtaining the identification.
- Maintaining accurate and detailed inmate information on the Offender Based Information System (OBIS) and other applications as deemed necessary. Compiling and developing inmate records when applicable.
- Verifying the accuracy of the inmate record through the audit process and all available resources, including FCIC, NCIC, CCIS, and IRIS.
- Making custody and reclassification recommendations to the Institutional Classification Team (ICT).
- Processing visitation applications, informing inmates and visitors of the visitation procedures, and other related activities.
- Ensuring that all eligible inmates receive gain time awards in the appropriate amounts by reviewing relevant information and applying the recommendations on the database.
- Ability to review and analyze data.
- Ability to describe facts and events accurately.
- Ability to plan, organize, and coordinate assignments.
- Ability to communicate effectively.
- Ability to use office computer applications.
- Ability to apply laws, applicable rules, and procedures.
- Ability to work under stressful conditions.
- Knowledge of the techniques for advising, interviewing and/or counseling individuals.
- Ability to interview and counsel.
Company: Florida Department of Children and Families
Vacancy Type: Full Time
Job Functions: Other
Job Location: Orlando, FL, US
Application Deadline: N/A