Director, PREA Programs and Compliance

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Job Id:
NAS0019F
Job Category:
Education
Facility:
CoreCivic - Facility Support Center
Location:
Nashville, TN US
Job Description
The Director, PREA Programs and Compliance, manages and implements CoreCivic policies and procedures in compliance with Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Standards.  Coordinates company PREA audit compliance efforts, PREA training, PREA reporting requirements, and sexual abuse investigations.
 
The incumbent should be able to perform all of the following functions at a pace and level of performance consistent with the job performance requirements.
 
Facilitates contractual agreements and Memorandum of Understanding with external agencies such as rape crisis centers, law enforcement, and outside victim advocates, to provide PREA related program services and resources.
 
Participates in drafting, developing, and implementing policies and procedures to ensure compliance with PREA standards and audit requirements.
 
Reviews and tracks facility PREA Investigations to ensure quality, adherence with PREA Standards, CoreCivic Policy, and nationally recognized standards.  Participates in PREA investigation meetings/calls to assess compliance with PREA standards or recommend corrective action.
 
Coordinates specialized training required by PREA Standards for facility investigators on conducting Sexual Abuse Investigations, including, but not limited to, interviewing techniques, and evidence collection protocol.
 
Coordinates training on PREA requirements for staff,contractors, volunteers.
 
Serves as liaison and resource for management and partner agencieson PREA related inquiries and procedural questions.
 
Provides technical guidance, training, and direction to facility PREA Compliance Managers and Quality Assurance Managers supporting facility PREA compliance efforts.
 
Prepares facilities for PREA Audits by establishing file format, reviewing file documentation, and developing corrective action plans.  Attends on-site audits with internal and external auditors as needed.
 
Collects, maintains, and prepares reports relating to PREA statistical data.  Analyzes statistical data collected to include all incident-based documents, reports, incident reviews, and investigation files, to assess and improve the effectiveness of PREA compliance program.
 
Collects, reviews, and monitors industry related information concerning PREA prevention, detection and response best practices.

Member FSC PREA Committee.

 

Domestic U.S. travel required. 

 

 

Qualifications

Graduate from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree is required.  Five years of experience in corrections, law enforcement, victims' services and/or equivalent experience in conducting sexual abuse investigations is required.  Demonstrated knowledge of and training in the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA), as well as principles and practices of conducting sexual abuse investigations is required.  Progress toward PREA certification within two years of hire date.  Experience in correctional data analysis is preferred.  Experience in providing training related to sexual abuse prevention is preferred.  Strong verbal and written communication skills, organizational and project management skills required.  Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications is required.  A valid driver’s license is required.
 

Minimum age requirement: Must be at least 18 years of age. CoreCivic is a Drug Free Workplace & EOE.

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