January 1, 2023, North Carolina will establish the NC Department of Adult Corrections, a new agency responsible for the care, custody, and supervision of adults sentenced for violating North Carolina laws.
North Carolina is the ninth most-populous state in the country. North Carolina prisons have a population of approximately 30,000 in 55 prison facilities across the state, and approximately 75,000 people are on probation, parole, or post-release supervision.
The new agency will have 20,000 employees and a budget of $1.5 billion. Governor Cooper is looking for a team member who is a strategic thinker with a good understanding of the criminal justice system and the role the corrections system plays; understands the complexity of the role; and can implement the Governor’s vision, develop solutions, and manage crisis. Governor Cooper and his entire administration are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion, safe work environments and staff development. The salary will be based on experience with a maximum of $195,000. The ideal timeline is for the person to start in Fall 2022. The position serves at the pleasure of the Governor and is subject to Legislative confirmation.
Mission: DAC will work collaboratively with the community to create a safer North Carolina.
A good secretary will (have):
Please see Description of Work
For further information please contact:
Kristin Siemek, State Talent Acquisition Manager
Office of State Human Resources
Email: [email protected]
Click here to apply.