The Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex (KJCC) is seeking highly qualified applicants for the position of ENFORCEMENT, APPREHENSIONS AND INVESTIGATIONS (EAI) SUPERVISOR, KJCC– Topeka, KS. This position is responsible for the supervision of the daily intelligence gathering and investigative activities and related personnel administration functions of the institution, facility, or (EAI) Division; as well as performing highly specialized technical work providing criminal investigation and intelligence collection duties for the Kansas Department of Corrections under the direction of the EAI Director. The incumbent reports regularly to the EAI Director and institution, facility, or area administration as required
Duties: Works under the direction of the Director of the Enforcement, Apprehension, and Investigation (EAI) Division in an assigned institution, facility, or area. The incumbent must maintain the highest ideals of professionalism, confidentiality, and public service in carrying out the duties and responsibilities which include but are not limited to: Direct, interpret and enforce policies and procedures related to the intelligence gathering and investigative responsibilities at the institution, facility, or area level. Implement orders, policies and procedures, and assign, organize, direct, control, plan, supervise, evaluate and advise the activities of assigned Special Agent(s) and Administrative Assistant to ensure compliance. Oversee and direct the recommended office practices and procedures. Review the work assignments of assigned Special Agent(s) for appropriateness of investigative methodology, completeness, accuracy, and validity of conclusions and recommendations. Supervise and evaluate the work of subordinates; recommend personnel actions related to selection, disciplinary procedures, performance, leave, grievances, work schedules and assignments. Identify training needs; direct the instruction, training, and development of subordinate staff. Conduct sensitive and complex criminal and administrative investigations and enforcement activities, independently or with the cooperation of other Departmental units or external law enforcement agencies, in accordance with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, and policies as directed. Conduct interviews with victims, witnesses, and suspects, both cooperative and hostile, to obtain relevant case information in accordance with rules of evidence and established rights. Protect and process complex crime scenes by securing and managing the scene, and identifying, collecting, preserving, and evaluating physical evidence in accordance with established standards. Search for evidence in a systemic manner to determine the existence of criminal or administrative violations and to obtain evidence necessary to affirm or dispel the allegations of improper or illegal activity, using investigative methods and techniques. Conduct arrests as appropriate. Develop plans for identification, prioritization, collection and management of accurate, timely factual and relevant intelligence information. Prepare and maintain detailed STG documentation and records for use of EAI and other law enforcement agencies. Assist and collaborate with outside criminal justice entities to identify, validate, and analyze information and level of threat assessment to the institution, facility, or area by STG activities. Confer with the EAI Director, additional EAI Supervisors, and administrators to identify strategies to monitor and deter STG behavior. Must be capable of performing essential physical functions.
*High school diploma or equivalent. Valid driver’s license.
*Must meet all minimum qualifications and necessary special requirements for CO I A; be at least 21 years of age at time of appointment; have three years of relevant experience in the field of corrections or in the detention of convicted offenders including one year of supervisory experience; and have successfully completed the Corrections Officer Training Program (COTP). At the discretion of the agency, college coursework in criminal justice, the behavioral sciences, or the social sciences or completion of corrections officer training in another jurisdiction may be substituted for some or all of the required COTP and for some or all of the required non-supervisory experience. Applicants shall be required to complete the COTP within their initial probationary period.
*Must be able to effectively provide credible testimony to sustain a conviction; therefore, the applicant must not have any Brady/Giglio material in background to be eligible for hiring. This position requires the use of a firearm for law enforcement duties. Therefore, to be eligible for appointment, candidates cannot be prohibited from shipping, transporting, possessing, or receiving a firearm or ammunition under 18 U.S.C. § 922(g) or (n), K.S.A 2013 Supp. 21-6301, or K.S.A. 2013 Supp. 21-6304.
Preferred Skills and/or Qualifications: Certification as a Corrections Officer or Law Enforcement Officer by a recognized governing body. Five (5) years’ experience in corrections or detention work. Previous work experience in investigations and/or law enforcement. BA or BS degree (or 120 credit hours) in criminal justice or related field. Excellent written communication skills; personal presence and impact, with a proven ability to interact effectively with people from diverse cultures and backgrounds; high levels of maturity and self-management skills, with excellent judgment and the ability to assess risks; competent in gathering and organizing facts through logical and objective analysis; resilience and self-motivation, with a determination to achieve results in difficult and high-pressure environments; and, the highest levels of personal integrity and professionalism. Ability to plan, organize, direct and evaluate the work of subordinate staff; to prepare and administer an operating budget; to deal effectively with subordinates, the public, committees, public officials, and others; to establish and maintain effective working relationships with State, Federal and County agencies.
Possess a valid Driver’s license. Knowledge of general criminal law and law enforcement procedures and practices. Knowledge of procedures and practices of supervising inmates confined to an adult maximum correctional institution. Knowledge of Security Threat Groups and Criminal Street Gangs. Knowledge of the Prison Rape Elimination Act. Knowledge of controlled substances and the laws governing them. Knowledge of collective bargaining agreements and personnel directives. Knowledge of computers and word processing. Ability to maintain confidentiality in all activities. Ability to deal effectively with individuals under restraint. Ability to stand for long periods, responds quickly to emergencies, and use force to subdue violent subjects.
HOW TO APPLY: The application process has 4 REQUIRED STEPS.
STEP 1: Register by completing the online Personal Data Form at http://da.ks.gov/ps/aaa/recruitment/jobsteps.htm (Skip this step if you already have an Applicant ID number.)
STEP 2: Complete the official State of Kansas application form at http://da.ks.gov/ps/aaa/recruitment/intro.htm
STEP 3: Submit your online application to the Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex
STEP 4: Submit additional required documents to Recruiting at the Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex.
Include your name and job requisition number on all correspondence when submitting documents.
Your application will be considered incomplete and you may be found ineligible if you fail to submit all required documentation by the closing date of the vacancy announcement.
Online State of Kansas Application form (send to Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex)
Copy of driver’s license, Resume, Cover Letter, and Kansas Tax Clearance Certificate and Applicant paperwork (which will be emailed once application for job is received) to: KDOC_KJCC_Recruiting@ks.gov
KANSAS TAX CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE REQUIRED: Each applicant applying for a State of Kansas job vacancy must obtain a valid Kansas Certificate of Tax Clearance by accessing the Kansas Department of Revenue's website at http://www.ksrevenue.org/taxclearance.html A Tax Clearance is a comprehensive tax account review to determine and ensure that an individual's account is compliant with all primary Kansas Tax Laws. A Tax Clearance expires every 90 days. Applicants are responsible for submitting a valid certificate with all other application materials to the hiring agency. This is in accordance with Executive Order 2004-03. If you need assistance with the tax clearance, please contact 785-296-3199.
Recruiter Contact Information:
Kansas Juvenile Corrections Complex
1430 NW 25th St.
Topeka, KS 66618
How You Will Be Evaluated:
Once you complete and submit your application materials, your application will be reviewed to ens
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