How to Apply: Email a cover letter and resume to Mary Deaett, HR & Program Manager: ...@vermont.gov Overview Case work and investigation for the Prisoners' Rights Office Description The state of Vermont has approximately 2000 inmates serving prison sentences, and the Prisoners' Rights Office is assigned to every complaint that inmates make about their experience either in the criminal justice system or within the prison system. PRO investigators visit the correctional facilities in Vermont and out-of-state on a regular basis to meet with clients. They also respond to inmate letters and phone calls, and handle issues ranging from inmate disciplinary complaints, concerns regarding mental health and medical treatment, the struggle to find housing, and interpersonal conflicts within correctional facilities. The position requires a high degree of independence and confidentiality, as well as the ability to work well with department staff, Department of Corrections employees, and others. Compensation: PG22 - $22.06/hour Minimum Requirements Education: Bachelor's degree. Experience: Four years of case work or investigation, or experience as approved by the Defender General. Additional work experience may be substituted for the bachelor's degree on a six month per semester basis. The State of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications from women, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and people from diverse cultural backgrounds are encouraged. Associated topics: crime scene, detective, fingerprint, inspector, investigate, investigation, investigative, investigator
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