Assistant Jail Administrator
SUMMARY The Assistant Jail Administrator is responsible to assist the Jail Administrator in the operations and programs in the Correction's Division. Assumes the duties, responsibilities, and the authority of the Jail Administrator in the Jail Administrator's absence. The Assistant Jail Administrator shall assign and direct subordinates, ensuring that the employee handbook, all policy, rules, regulations, orders, procedures and directives are enforced and implemented. The Assistant Jail Administrator shall make independent decisions or recommendations in the hiring, promotion, transfer, discipline or discharge of department employees in accordance with the Sheriff's Office Policy and Procedures, Oneida County Code, and Wisconsin Statutes. The Assistant Jail Administrator is directly accountable to the Jail Administrator to assist with the implementation of all of the Sheriff's orders and direction concerning the operation of the Corrections Division.
Manage Huber law and work release programs. Supervision of Classification Officers and prepare, maintain, and interpret jail records in accordance with jail policies, state law and applicable administrative rules.
Manage all required inmate health care programs for the needs of inmates and coordinate with outside agencies for inmate rehabilitation.
Meet with the Jail Administrator and other management staff to discuss policies, procedures, and programs that affect the operation of the division. Participate as needed to assist with department-wide planning and program development. Attend meetings as required to represent the division, as requested by the Jail Administrator.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
High school degree.
State Certification as a Corrections Officer.
Five years work experience as a Corrections Officer or related field.
Associate Degree required.
Must possess above average oral and written communication skills.
Ability to calculate percentages, fractions, decimals, volumes, ratios, present values, and spatial relationships. Ability to interpret basic descriptive statistical reports.
Ability to use functional reasoning in performing influence functions such as supervising, managing, leading, teaching, directing and controlling.
Must be certified (or eligible to be certified) as a
Corrections Officer by the Wisconsin Department of Justice - Law Enforcement
Standards Board (LESB) in the State of
Valid Wisconsin Driver's license with no restrictions.
Ability to operate, maneuver and/or steer equipment and machinery requiring simple but continuous adjustments, such as a vehicle, taser, restraint devices, calculator, tape recorder, computer terminal, first aid equipment, air pack, preliminary breath tester (PBT), and camera.
Ability to exert extreme physical force to restrain and subdue persons. Ability to exert moderate physical effort in sedentary to light work, typically involving some combination of climbing and balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, lifting, carrying, pushing and pulling.
Work is performed in a correctional facility and may
involve confronting abusive and/or threatening inmates.