Policy & Compliance Manager(Job Id 17288)
Job ID: 17288
Agency: Department of Corrections/Central Office
Salary: $49,840.56 – $56,376.00 annually, depending on experience
Pay Grade: GJ
This position manages Department of Correction's (DOC) policy development, policy administration and operational audits. The position’s scope includes DOC policies, institutional Operational Memorandums (OMs), procedures, audit processes and organization of the Corrections Commission business. The policy and compliance manager will be responsible for content, administration and compliance with policy and directives within all units of the DOC.
This position is exempt from the Civil Service Act.
- managing the department's policy development process, including drafting, research and assigning clerical policy duties to others as needed to ensure the process is done accurately and timely;
- developing and managing audit processes for facility/agency operations;
- identifying policy needs and emerging issues;
- creating policy that accurately reflects practice, is logical, evidence-based, efficient and aligns with management directives;
- revising policy as needed to maintain consistency with practice, directives, statue and administrative rule changes, revisions to applicable standards and direction set forth by the Secretary of Corrections;
- participating in the department’s Legislative Review processes, including the DOC’s Legislative Task Force (LTF);
- research of applicable state and federal laws, rules, national correctional standards, best practices;
- assisting with the development or review of state laws, proposed legislation, administrative rules and other directives to maintain consistent operational approach;
- ensuring DOC policy and field OMs are complete and consistent with state laws, rules and other regulations and practices are aligned with national standards;
- interfacing DOC's policies and OMs with other state agency policies such as the Bureau of Human Resources, Department of Social Services, Department of Health, Bureau of Information and Telecommunications and Risk Management;
- managing the DOC’s policy management system (Policy Tech);
- developing measures of compliance with department policy within all DOC units;
- serving as the department contact for specialized audits, such as institutional security audits, PREA audits, and After Incident Reviews
- involvement with Internal Controls processes, development and review of Memorandums of Understanding (MOU’s), agreements, and DOC contracts to ensure operational consistency and alignment with existing DOC policies, operations, and mission;
- organization of the Corrections Commission business;
- engaging and knowing what the institutions are doing operationally from a policy perspective;
- facilitating cross-divisional discussions of policy and collaborating with leadership teams regarding policy development and implementation.
- data analysis and techniques;
- DOC programs, policies, and operations;
- research and/or survey methodology;
- principles and theories of policy development and the practices and procedures of implementation; and
- state laws, rules and regulations and the legislative and administrative rules processes MOU’s, contracts, and internal controls
- communicate information concisely and efficiently both orally and in writing; to look at the big picture while simultaneously working hands on at the detail level;
- influence, change thinking, or gain acceptance from others in sensitive situations without damaging relationships;
- work collaboratively on teams and provide leadership;
- analyze and interpret data or findings using statistical processes or analytical tests;
- present the results of research and analysis in verbal, written, or graphic forms;
- establish and maintain effective working relationships with others;
- interpret and apply laws, rules, policies and procedures;
- recommend solutions to address short-term and long-term needs;
- analyze and evaluate operational situations and complex state regulations;
- interpret and comprehend agency goals and objectives, write policies and procedures; and
- assess policy effectiveness and recommend changes or alternatives;
- align practices with nation standards (ACA, NIC, NCCHC, ADA, PREA, CLA)
VETERANS' PREFERENCE ELIGIBLE
Successful applicant(s) will be required to undergo a background investigation. An arrest/conviction record will not necessarily bar employment. Offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of a drug screening.
The State of South Dakota does not sponsor work visas for new or existing employees. All persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and complete an Employment Eligibility Verification, Form I-9. The State of South Dakota as an employer will be using E-Verify to complete employment eligibility verification upon hire.
The State of South Dakota offers employer paid health insurance plus ten paid holidays, generous vacation and sick leave accrual, dental, vision, and other insurance options, and retirement benefits. You can view our benefits information at https://bhr.sd.gov/job-seekers/work-for-state-government/ . This position is a member of Class A retirement under SDRS.
You must apply online, emailed resumes or submissions will not be accepted.
South Dakota Bureau of Human Resources
Telephone: 605.773.3148 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
"An Equal Opportunity Employer"