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The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) is looking for energized and qualified candidates to join our team of Regional Field Coordinators (RFCs).  As volunteer trainers, RFCs fill a critical need for NIC by extending and customizing training for their local areas.RFC cover

Ideal candidates for RFC work are training directors, administrators, coordinators, or senior trainers in adult or juvenile corrections agencies. They have experience in developing, delivering, and/or coordinating training in their home agencies and have support from their chief executive officer for completing RFC duties.

Each RFC must agree to volunteer time to develop and deliver region-focused training in their local areas.

For more information on NIC’s Regional Training Initiative




Posted Fri, Mar 15 2013 8:05 AM by Susan Powell

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