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Work is performed under the general supervision of an administrator or principal with work review through conferences and observation for achievement of educational objectives.Minimum Experience and Training Requirements: Education equivalent to high school graduation and two years wage earning experience beyond the completed apprenticeship period in the specified parenthetical; OR if there is no approved apprenticeship period for the specified parenthetical, education equivalent to high school graduation and three years of wage earning experience in the specified parenthetical.Salary: ,791-,307 Job Description: This is professional education work in providing vocational instruction in a metal working occupation area to inmates at a state correctional institution.An employee in this class is responsible for developing and adapting curriculum, course outlines, lesson plans, and instructional methodology in teaching vocational education courses in a specialized metal working occupation area for inmates at a state correctional facility.For more information on DOC LPM positions, please contact the Psychology Office directly at 717.728.2093.To Apply for a Vacant Contract LPM Position: To begin the application process for a CONTRACT LPM position, please contact Lindy Music of MHM Solutions at 717.516.7287.Requirement: Six years of professional experience in parole, probation or criminal justice dealing with persons involved in criminal activity or delinquent activities or programs concerned with such individuals, and a bachelor’s degree; OR graduation with a law degree from a school of law accredited by the American Bar Association and three years of professional experience in parole, probation or criminal justice dealing with persons involved in criminal activity or delinquent activities or programs concerned with such individuals.
To Apply for a Vacant LPM Position: For questions on how to apply please contact Human Resources at 717.728.3521.
Work involves separating known trade or vocational skills into teaching units to provide organized individual and group instruction to inmates involving both theory and occupational competency.
Work involves responsibility to monitor inmate behavior and maintain an effective learning environment in the classroom and shop area, maintain security of instructional materials, and complete records, reports, and forms related to the operation of classes and the evaluation of inmate performance.
This position is responsible for work in the adjudication of parole hearings in a quasi-judicial role and conducting parole interviews to assess risk of release into the community on supervision under the Board of Probation and Parole.
Incumbent serves as a representative of the Board and has responsibility within an assigned area for conducting parole hearings, interviews and, the rendering of paroling recommendations and determinations in accordance with laws and policies governing disposition of such cases.