Seeking to establish or grow your career at GEO's world leading Ravenhall Correctional Centre?
Do you have a genuine interest in improving peoples health and wellbeing and giving back to the community?
Do you have extensive experience as a Correctional Supervisor?
Full-time positions, with an annual base salary of $78,122.32
Rotating roster (day, afternoon and night shifts) / 7 day operation
About The GEO Group Australia
We are the country's leading provider of outsourced correctional services, operating in NSW, QLD and VIC. Our goal is to deliver better corrections and in doing so, create safer communities.
We measure our success in delivering ‘better corrections’ in two ways: against our objective of being Australia’s best provider of correctional services, as well as our ability to make these services better over time through innovation and continual improvement.
We measure our success in delivering ‘safer communities’ through our ability to successfully reintegrate the prisoners we release, with corresponding reductions in their rate of re-offending.
To reduce re-offending we apply the GEO Continuum of Care:
- We work not only in our correctional centres but continue our services out into the community to support our prisoners after release;We work not only with our prisoners but also with those critical to their rehabilitation and reintegration such as families, social networks and other service providers; and
- We work not only during our prisoners’ sentences but also afterwards as they leave the correctional system and return fully to their communities.
- Our five values which deliver Better Corrections, Safer Communities are that we Partner, we Lead, we Deliver, we Measure and we Respond.
For more information about our organisation, please visit our website at www.geogroup.com.au
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About Ravenhall Correctional Centre
Ravenhall Correctional Centre is a medium security men’s prison opening in late 2017 in Ravenhall, Victoria.
Ravenhall will redefine the role of the modern prison. It’s unique design and service model provides an unprecedented emphasis on offender rehabilitation and reintegration. If you are motivated to work therapeutically to create successful outcomes for prisoners, Ravenhall is the place for you.
To learn more about Ravenhall Correctional Centre, click here.
About the Opportunity
Correctional Supervisors maintain the good order and security of the Centre and the safety of staff, prisoners and visitors. On a day-to-day basis working under the direction of the Correctional Manager, the Correctional Supervisor will supervise staff to ensure quality services are provided to prisoners including case management whilst actively participating in operations and determining priorities in accordance with the structured day. The Correctional Supervisor is flexible and prepared to work in varying environments/posts within the Centre.
Skills & Experience
In order to succeed in the role you will possess the following:
- Certificate III in Correctional Practice. Position holders will also be required to complete Certificate IV in Correctional Practice within 12 months of pro-rata service and ongoing supervisory training as available.
- Correctional Emergency Response Team (CERT) Team Leader training or the ability to successfully complete this training at the first available opportunity.
- Demonstrated sound working knowledge of corrections policies and procedures as well as the state’s legislation relating to corrective services.
- Highly developed written and oral communication skills.
- Demonstrated competence in supervision and mentoring staff.
- Demonstrated leadership skills.
- A demonstrated high degree of computer literacy.
- Current First Aid certificate.
- Certificate IV Correctional Practice (desirable).
- Sound knowledge of Custodial Management (desirable).
For more information about this position, please click here to download the position description.
About the Recruitment and Selection Process
Due to the nature of the role of a Correctional Supervisor, in order to be successful, applicants will require the ability to work directly with prisoners in a correctional environment, complying with the security policies and procedures of the Centre.
Applicants will need to make themselves available to take part in Aptitude and Psychometric testing on either Saturday, 8 April or Sunday, 9 April 2017, as well as making themselves available for the various recruitment and selection processes should they be shortlisted.
Applicants will also require a reasonable level of physical fitness (especially muscular-skeletal fitness) and will be required to take part in a pre-employment medical assessment, including fitness testing.
Applicants who excessively consume alcohol, who abuse prescription drugs or who consume illicit drugs are unsuitable for the role.
GEO will require applicants to obtain and maintain appropriate security clearances from Victoria Police and Corrections Victoria (at GEO's expense).
Applicants with a criminal history (including as children) would be unlikely to obtain these security clearances, particularly if the criminal history relates to serious criminal offences of violence (including domestic), drug related offences, and white collar crimes.
About GEO's Bridging Course
GEO's first bridging course is anticipated to commence on Monday, 14 August 2017 and will run for a duration of 2 weeks.
Should you be successful in gaining employment you will need to be available from this date, however should on the basis of your application GEO recognise that you require additional training you maybe required to commence as early as Monday, 10 July 2017.
About the Benefits
Joining GEO is your chance to make a real and lasting difference in the lives of prisoners, their families and the community.
You will benefit from a competitive salary and rewards scheme, work life balance, with ongoing support and professional development opportunities. You will have access to subsidised meals, internal career opportunities and many other employee (and family) benefits.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are encourage to apply