Professional Career Opportunities - Job Title Details
Community Correction Representative 1, G-18
Corrections and Criminal Justice
Career Ladder Information
|Title||Grade||Hiring Rate/yr||Job Rate/yr|
|Community Correction Rep 1||18||$61,270||$77,912|
|Community Correction Rep 2||23||$79,325||$100,342|
|Community Correction Rep 3||27||$97,826||$120,492|
All salary grades for trainees titles are non-statutory (NS) equated to the salary grade identified. These grade equations apply to the starting salaries in their respective salary schedule for the traineeship levels.
Community Correction Representatives perform activities related to planning, regulating, coordinating, developing, and improving proposed and established probation, community correction, and alternative to incarceration (ATI) programs and services for the criminal and juvenile justice systems. Incumbents provide technical assistance, staff development and training, oversight, management consultation, supervision, and program development services.
Agencies with this Title
You must meet the requirements below to qualify for this title.
Either 1. A bachelor's degree AND two years of professional experience at the federal, state, or local level in a probation agency, parole agency, adult correctional facility, or alternatives to incarceration program as described below OR
2. A master's degree or higher in criminal justice, psychology, public administration, social work, or sociology AND one year of professional experience at the federal, state, or local level in a probation agency, parole agency, adult correctional facility, or alternatives to incarceration program as described below OR
3. A Ph.D. in criminal justice, psychology, public administration, social work, or sociology.
Qualifying experience includes management of specialized populations (i.e., mental health, substance abuse, DWI, sex offender, interstate compact, or domestic violence), program analysis, planning, development, monitoring, evaluation, research, curricula development, delivery of training, or evidence-based client intervention;* OR supervising professional probation staff, parole staff, corrections counseling staff, or case management staff.*
*Examples of non-qualifying experience include: teachers; direct care aides or supervising direct care aides in the direct care of inmates/residents; correction officers, youth detention officers, or supervising correction officers or youth detention officers; and non-professional staff or supervising non-professional staff in a qualifying setting.
How to Apply
The November 2022 PCO Examination is closed, applications are no longer being accepted