TI/College Professor

Civilian
New Hampshire Department of Corrections - Concord, New Hampshire

Nov 15, 2022

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Application Deadline:
Dec 31, 2022

Salary Information

Entry Level:
$50,826.75 annual
Top Pay:
$95,696.25 annual

Job Description

++Summary++: Performs all the professional duties of an instructor of educationally disabled and/or educationally disadvantaged students in the Career and Technical Education Center- Corrections Special School District (CSSD) setting to both male and/or female offenders at other correctional facilities and administers, directly and indirectly, the rules and operational routines necessary for maintaining a safe and secure correctional environment while working in close and immediate contact with prisoners on a daily basis. Ensures education program and policy requirements are met for offenders as determined through departmental, state and federal guidelines.

++Responsibilities++:

· Monitors behavior of inmates for compliance with institutional rules; maintains a safe and secure classroom/lab environment; implements behavior management program for inmates; and assists inmates in learning and demonstrating responsible behavior. When appropriate, initiates disciplinary action and presents evidence and testimony when called upon to do so. Attends meetings of committees such as staff development, fire safety, etc. in order to plan for and monitor related activities.

· Fulfills the security functions required of all DOC employees as dictated by institutional needs and Policy & Procedure Directives. Examples include, but are not limited to, monitoring inmate movement, key control, tool control, contraband detection and fire safety.

· Prepares lesson plans and activities based upon occupational analyses in order to provide relevant training for inmates in area of certification in alignment with New Hampshire Department of Education competency standards. Develops certificate programming/agreements in appropriate areas that provide inmate/students with exposure to high school and college level studies and requirements.

· Performs a full instructional schedule in classroom and laboratory in order to provide inmates with relevant hands on experience under actual or simulated conditions in the prescribed discipline.

· Requisitions necessary equipment, supplies, and materials in order to provide for a smooth flow of inmate/students projects.

· Maintains contacts with trade and industry personnel in appropriate fields in order to keep inmate/student training up to date. Establishes and maintains a craft advisory committee comprised of trade, industry and education personnel to provide feedback on industry and education trends. Facilitates craft advisory committee meetings twice a year providing meeting minute notes to CSSD administration.

· Implements a staff development Professional Growth Plan to maintain educator certification and assure continued professional development of skills and knowledge vital to the position.

· Maintains all paperwork, reports, grades, attendance data, etc. as required by the Corrections Special School District administration. Performs all additional duties and/or assignments as determined by NHDOC and/or the CSSD administration.

Job Requirements

  • Age: 18
  • Education: Bachelor's degree
  • Experience: 3-5 years experience

Contact Information

Linda McDonald

New Hampshire Department of Corrections
281 N. STATE ST
Concord, New Hampshire 03301
phone: 603-271-5645

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