Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator - Grade 19

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This title exists in Corrections and Community Supervision and has approximately 715 positions.

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Salary Information for Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator Tr 1
Title Grade Hiring Rate/yr Job Rate/yr
Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator Tr 1 13 $49,363 $63,169
Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator Tr 2 15 $55,152 $70,317
Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator 19 $68,523 $87,032
Supvg Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator 22 $79,928 $101,197

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Job Duties

As an Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator, you would be responsible for administering assessment tools and/or instruments to determine risk and/or needs of an inmate to better prepare the individual for eventual return to the community. You would interview inmates and review all relevant information in order to determine counseling needs and make program recommendations. You would evaluate and investigate the inmates’ program participation while completing legislated reports for Earned Eligibility, Merit Time, and Presumptive Release Reviews. You would provide on-going individual and group counseling relative to personal, social, institutional, behavioral, and disciplinary issues. You would provide guidance to inmates, assessing needs and preparing evaluations for the Board of Parole. You would also serve as a facility-based link between the Board of Parole, criminal justice agencies and law enforcement partners, community service providers, and assigned field staff in developing a supervision plan. You would be responsible for the preparation of comprehensive evaluative summary release reports and the development of case-specific supervision plans that are utilized by the Board of Parole when rendering discretionary release decisions and when establishing conditions of release for all inmates released to parole and post-release supervision, and strict and intensive supervision and treatment (SIST) under Article 10 of the Mental Hygiene Law in the correctional facilities of the Department of Corrections and Community Supervision.

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