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Unit Manager

Company Name:
Corrections Corporation of America
The Unit Manager supervises staff assigned to the unit and oversees unit program. Performs liaison functions throughout the facility by attending a variety of administrative meetings, which links the unit to the total facility operation. Provides for the unit to be fully staffed and oversees the manner in which manpower resources are expended in the unit. Monitors and assesses the unit's progress with an emphasis on remedying any deficiencies.
High school diploma, GED certification, or equivalent and three years of experience in a criminal justice field, which includes two years in a supervisory capacity or two years as a CCA Case Manager or Correctional Counselor, are required. Additional qualifying education may be substituted for the experience on a year-for-year basis. Experience on a ""CCA Way"" unit management team that includes time served as an acting Unit Manager may be substituted for the aforementioned qualifications. A valid driver's license is required. Must demonstrate knowledge of the principles and practices of correctional facility management, supervision, and training as well as knowledge of, pertinent corrections laws, rules and regulations. Minimum age requirement: Must be at least 18 years of age.
CCA is a Drug Free Workplace & an Equal Employment Opportunity employer (Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran).
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Company Description:
Each day, CCA employees operate according more than 500 strict performance guidelines developed by the American Correctional Association. They abide by the strong sense of accountability that has guided our company for more than a quarter-century. They also follow the requirements of our many federal, state and local government partners.
Our more than 16,000 employees also answer to a higher call - one that unites all of us from facility to facility, from coast to coast. It's called The CCA Way, and it's a set of values and principles that keeps us on the same page and doing our best each moment of every day. These values distinguish CCA from other providers in our industry, and our staff from other corrections professionals.
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