Position Title Coordinator III - Project Coordinator
FLSA status Exempt
Hiring Salary This position is a pay grade 17. Please see Pay Grade Table at: https://pa-hrsuite-production.s3.amazonaws.com/116/docs/550174.pdf
Occupational Category Professional
Department Corr Mgmt Institute of Tx (CMIT)
Division Division of Academic Affairs
Educational Requirements for the Position
Bachelor’s Degree in a related field. Three years of experience in a related field. Four years of experience preferred. Experience in Higher Education and specialized work is desirable. Additional education may be considered in lieu of experience.
Nature & Purpose of Position
Performs complex professional duties in the development and support of activities for projects including meetings, trainings, conferences, research, and association management.
Assists the Division Director with the Texas Jail Association. Works with vendors, Board and participants. Works with Advisory Council to put together conferences. Coordinates the National Jail Leadership Command Academy, Jail Mental Health Officer Training, Jail Mental Health Officer Master Trainer Training, Sheriffs program, and Deputy Chiefs program. Coordinates with collaborating partners; scheduling, paperwork for payments, meals (on-campus and off-campus), all training materials for participants, and all logistics for participants and trainers. Coordinates the Jail Administration and Management Operations training. Serves as a trainer for numerous programs for the Correctional Management Institute of Texas (CMIT, on-campus and off-campus). Works with campus departments, Aramark, University Hotel, Austin Hall, and LSC. Works with off-campus hotels and restaurants (both in Huntsville and out of town). Communicates closely with Jail Administrators (in Texas and nationally), Texas Sheriffs, the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE), and the American Jail Association. Keeps up with national jail trends. Communicates closely with the National Institute of Corrections to implement a nation-wide Mental Health training for jails. Stays current on reporting needs/rules for TCOLE requirements. Stays current on laws and training needs of the Jail field. Attends conferences relating to Jails to obtain new speakers for CMIT trainings. Directs outside Agencies on their role in CMIT trainings. Advises staff on speakers to use for their trainings. Responsible for budgets both state and local. Responsible for logistics including hotel contracts, speaker contracts, meals, and preparing paperwork to ensure all payments are processed. Evaluates current programs and makes necessary adjustments. Implements adjustments for the next training. Provides oversight and direction to staff members and student workers. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Knowledge of local, state, and federal laws. Ability to supervise business functions. Communicates with other university departments, personnel, and other agencies.
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