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  • Employment Assessment Tools

    Is anyone aware of an accessible, validated employment assessment instrument? I was looking into the Employment Retention Inventory (ERI) but I can't find how to actually access/use it. It would be for a non-profit reentry organization.
    Posted to Offender Employment (Forum) by EllenG91 on Wed, Mar 13 2019
  • Efficacy of Faith-Based Prison Programs

    Is there current research or longitudinal studies by an independent agency on the efficacy of faith-based prison programs that include social, financial, and employment data points?
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Jeff on Tue, Apr 24 2018
  • Job Openings - NYC Board of Correction

    The New York City Board of Correction is seeking a Deputy Executive Director of Monitoring and a Deputy Executive Director of Research to join its senior leadership team. Additionally, the Board is seeking an IT Associate to join our research team and a Program Associate and four Standards Specialists...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Bennett on Thu, Apr 21 2016
  • Upcoming Reentry Summit

    On behalf of the Ray Brook Reentry Initiative, Inmate Reentry Council, and Fair Shake, I would like to invite you to attend our 1st Annual Reentry Summit, entitled Reintegration Through Collaboration: The New Normal. Scheduled to convene on September 23rd, 2015, this event is certain to inform and engage...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Elisa Alexander on Tue, Aug 11 2015
  • BANNING THE BAN ON EMPLOYING EX-CONVICTS

    (This article was published in Ethisphere Magazine and has been posted with the permission of the author.) Implementation of a blanket ban on employing those who have been convicted of a crime does both the person ticking that box and the organization asking him or her to do so a disservice. In fact...
    Posted to Offender Employment (Forum) by hejames1008 on Thu, Jul 23 2015
  • Career Opportunity - King County Community Corrections Director

    Invites Applications for the Position of: Director, Community Corrections Division Apply online at http://www.kingcounty.gov/jobs King County is committed to equity and diversity in the workplace. In addition, the county is committed to recruiting and maintaining a quality workforce that shares our guiding...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by mmcknight on Mon, May 11 2015
  • Employment Opportunity

    Tennessee Department of Correction Division of Field Services Correctional Administrator for Field Services Position: Correctional Administrator, (CA), Executive Service, Grade 117 Salary Range $5740 to $10,332 This position oversees and monitors the day-to-day operations of multiple probation and parole...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Ginalyn Grosz on Fri, Jun 20 2014
  • 28 day schedule

    The Tennessee Department of Correction is taking steps to transition from a 40 hour/7 day work to a 28 day schedule for non ranking uniformed staff. Please advise whether or not your state utilizes a 28 day or otherwise non traditional (week) schedule for staff. This information is needed today, if possible...
    Posted to General Topics (Forum) by Jason Woodall on Wed, May 28 2014
  • Re: ex-felon cant find work.

    It can be difficult to find programs that are located in Downstate Illinois, or even just outside of Chicago quite frankly. A quick search led me to a website with several resources: http://hirenetwork.org/content/illinois . I also found this agency, however, I have not heard anything about them so this...
    Posted to Offender Employment (Forum) by Anonymous on Thu, Oct 11 2012
  • Employment for Felons in NJ

    Hey, everyone. I've been on probation for three years, and owe a whopping $34.000 in restitution for a theft I committed in 2009....my first (and last) crime. I have been trying to get a job since my release from county jail and have had no success. Oh, wait....yes...I DID have a job for two weeks...
    Posted to Offender Employment (Forum) by Deswy on Fri, Jun 15 2012
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