BSCC Career Opportunities


The Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) provides leadership and support to local corrections systems in California. Our agency actively cultivates a positive, and supportive environment in the workplace to ensure that all staff members have the tools needed to complete our mission statewide. If you would like to be part of an agency that delivers leadership, excellence, and support to local corrections systems every day, please consider the following opportunities.
 

Current Openings

Research Data Manager

Final Filing Date: January 18, 2022
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Description:

Under general direction of the Deputy Director, Facilities Standards and Operations Division, and in collaboration with the Research Specialist III, the Research Data Manager provides high-level assistance by conducting research on a broad range of issues, presenting findings and reporting on issues related to community corrections. The Research Data Manager plans, organizes, directs, and manages all research activities, including day-to-day management of research staff for the BSCC, using a variety of analytical and research techniques to solve complex problems, develop and evaluate alternatives; analyze data and present ideas and information effectively, and provides reporting and findings of a sensitive nature that may impact community corrections, the criminal and juvenile justice system and a variety of stakeholders.

 


 

Staff Services Manager I

Final Filing Date: January 19, 2022
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Description:

Under the direction of the Staff Services Manager II, Corrections Planning and Grant Programs Division, this position supervises analyst staff and works with the Field Representatives to oversee planning and administrative functions for state and federal programs to improve the effectiveness of state and local correctional systems, reduce program costs, maximize resources, and enhance public safety through cost-effective, promising, and evidence-based strategies. This position is responsible for managing the workload of analyst staff to ensure the timely and accurate collection and reporting of data and adherence to program, fiscal, and project timelines. Occasional travel may be required.

 


 

Associate Governmental Program Analyst (4 Positions)

Final Filing Date: January 19, 2022
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Description:

Under general direction of the Staff Services Manager I, Corrections Planning and Grant Programs Division, this position serves as an administrative and program analyst for federal and state grant funded programs. With assignment of the high profile grants that are the most complex and highest volume grants, this position is responsible to gather budget and program data and information, analyze it for accuracy, resolve any discrepancies, prepare, track and meet timelines, and develop reports and recommendations for management. This position works in conjunction with Field Representatives to conduct planning and administrative functions for federal and state programs to improve the effectiveness of state and local correctional systems, reduce program costs, maximize resources, and enhance public safety through cost-effective, promising, and evidence-based strategies. AGPAs are assigned the most complex and highest volume grants. These grants work on the most high profile grants and grants with the most number of grantees.

 


 

Research Data Specialist II

Final Filing Date: January 19, 2022
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Description:

Under general direction of the Chief of Research (Research Data Manager), the Research Data Specialist II (RDS II) is a member of the Research Unit responsible for independently designing, organizing, and conducting the evaluation of juvenile or adult legal system grant and pilot programs, special research projects, and the collection and analysis of data from local community corrections agencies. Evaluation and data collection in support of the California Violence Intervention and Prevention (CalVIP) grant programs are the core focus of this position. This position requires high-level writing and analytical skills, accuracy, and completed staff work including the ability to work independently and meet timelines and deadlines.

This position works in conjunction with Field Representatives for the four (4) BSCC Divisions: Standards and Training for Corrections (STC), Corrections Planning and Grant Programs (CPGP), Facilities Standards and Operations (FSO), and the County Facilities Construction (CFC).

 


 

Associate Governmental Program Analyst (Limited Term 24 Mths.)

Final Filing Date: January 19, 2022
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Description:

Under general direction of the Staff Services Manager I, Corrections Planning and Grant Programs Division, this position serves as an administrative and program analyst for federal and state grant funded programs. With assignment of the high profile grants that are the most complex and highest volume grants, this position is responsible to gather budget and program data and information, analyze it for accuracy, resolve any discrepancies, prepare, track and meet timelines, and develop reports and recommendations for management. This position works in conjunction with Field Representatives to conduct planning and administrative functions for federal and state programs to improve the effectiveness of state and local correctional systems, reduce program costs, maximize resources, and enhance public safety through cost-effective, promising, and evidence-based strategies. AGPAs are assigned the most complex and highest volume grants. These grants work on the most high profile grants and grants with the most number of grantees.

 


 

Associate Governmental Program Analyst

Final Filing Date: January 28, 2022
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Description:

Under the direction of the Staff Services Manager I, Standards and Training for Corrections Division (STC), the position serves as an administrative and program analyst. This position consistently exercises a high degree of initiative and independence performing a variety of analytical tasks in support of the STC program. This position is responsible for fiscal and program systems, policy and procedure analysis, data collection, compliance monitoring, and other related STC support. This position works closely with the Staff Services Manager I, Field Representatives, and other division staff.

 


 

Associate Governmental Program Analyst

Final Filing Date: January 28, 2022
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Description:

Under the direction of the Staff Services Manager I (SSMI), Facilities Standards and Operations (FSO) Division, the Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) acts independently as an administrative liaison and program analyst responsible for project management, data collection and analysis, and ensuring communication and information sharing between division staff. This position works in a team environment and is responsible for collaborating with FSO Field Representatives, County Facilities Construction (CFC) division and Research Unit staff on division projects, as assigned, ensuring that goals are communicated effectively, and objectives are met. The incumbent is also responsible for advising the SSMI and Staff Services Manager II on administrative and program-related issues, recommendations and proposing, implementing, and tracking potential solutions.

 


 

Associate Governmental Program Analyst

Final Filing Date: January 28, 2022
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Description:

Under the direction of the Staff Services Manager I (SSMI), Facilities Standards and Operations Division (FSO), the Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) serves as an administrative analyst for regulation revision activities. The position is responsible for gathering, analyzing, and maintaining data and information on laws, rules, and best practices; managing and maintaining various tools and materials; participating in high-level research, processes and analysis; and, reporting regularly on the status of legislative bills. The AGPA works independently and as a team member, responsible for review and editing of regulation revision documents, analysis, reporting, and management of other various related functions, preparing correspondence, technical assistance, training, and customer service to management, staff, outside agencies, and the public. The incumbent must exercise a high degree of initiative, independence and provide alternatives/recommendations that may result in effective solutions related to administrative, and programmatic issues.

 


 

Associate Governmental Program Analyst (2 positions)

Final Filing Date: January 28, 2022
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Description:

Under the direction of the Staff Services Manager I (SSMI), Facilities Standards and Operations Division (FSO), the Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) serves as an administrative and program analyst for the inspection of local adult and juvenile detention facilities. The position is responsible for gathering, analyzing, and maintaining facility inspection data and information; managing and maintaining various data systems, inspection tools and materials; participating in high-level research, processes and analysis; and, reporting regularly on the status of facility inspections, noncompliance, and data trends. The AGPA works independently and as a team member, responsible for review and editing of inspection reports, data entry, tracking, analysis, reporting, and management of various inspection-related functions, inspection data information support, gathering data, preparing correspondence, technical assistance, training, and customer service to management, staff, outside agencies, and the public. The incumbent must exercise a high degree of initiative, independence and provide alternatives/recommendations that may result in effective solutions related to administrative, and programmatic issues.

 


 

Associate Governmental Program Analyst

Final Filing Date: January 28, 2022
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Description:

Under the direction of the Staff Services Manager I, County Facilities Construction (CFC) Division, the Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) acts as a divisional resource for financial management of Lease Revenue Bond (LRB) funded projects that presently include, but are not limited to: the Adult Local Criminal Justice Programs under Senate Bill (SB) 1022, SB 863, and SB 844. The incumbent will be accountable for providing accurate information, data, and reports in addition to prompt, professional customer service to management, staff and all other partners.