Madison, Wisconsin

Posted Date

May 24, 2024

Contact Information

Lauren Matulle
hr@doj.state.wi.us

Job Title: Training & Resources Unit Director

Job ID: 12981

Location: Dane County

Agency: Justice

Full/Part Time: Full-Time

Regular/Temporary: Regular

**If you are interested in applying for this position, please visit https://wisc.jobs/and search for Job ID 12981. We do not accept applications through Indeed.com.**

Introduction

It is the mission of the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) to protect the public and ensure that justice is done. To continue to meet this mission, the principles of equity, inclusion, and employee well-being have become a foundation for all work performed at DOJ, on behalf of Wisconsinites.

The DOJ is committed to developing and supporting a workforce and culture that is rich in diversity and innovation. It is the department’s goal to ensure that all DOJ employees are empowered to be authentic, claim belonging, and thrive. This is your opportunity to make and be the difference.

In addition to working with a dynamic group of people, we offer amazing benefits, such as excellent health insurance, ample paid leave, flexible work schedules, and an employee assistance program that offers a variety of programs and resources to help promote wellness. Furthermore, employment within the state of Wisconsin provides job stability, work/life balance, and numerous intrinsic rewards from doing meaningful work.

Do you thrive working in a fast-paced environment? Do you want to help make a difference in the lives of the public? The DOJ is currently looking for a highly motivated and talented individual to join our Division of Legal Services as a Training & Resources Unit Director (Justice Program Supervisor).

This position is headquartered at the Risser Justice Center located at 17 West Main Street in Madison.

The deadline to apply for this job Job Title: Training & Resources Unit Director

Job ID: 12981

Location: Dane County

Agency: Justice

Full/Part Time: Full-Time

Regular/Temporary: Regular

**If you are interested in applying for this position, please visit https://wisc.jobs/and search for Job ID 12981. We do not accept applications through Indeed.com.**

Introduction

It is the mission of the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) to protect the public and ensure that justice is done. To continue to meet this mission, the principles of equity, inclusion, and employee well-being have become a foundation for all work performed at DOJ, on behalf of Wisconsinites.

The DOJ is committed to developing and supporting a workforce and culture that is rich in diversity and innovation. It is the department’s goal to ensure that all DOJ employees are empowered to be authentic, claim belonging, and thrive. This is your opportunity to make and be the difference.

In addition to working with a dynamic group of people, we offer amazing benefits, such as excellent health insurance, ample paid leave, flexible work schedules, and an employee assistance program that offers a variety of programs and resources to help promote wellness. Furthermore, employment within the state of Wisconsin provides job stability, work/life balance, and numerous intrinsic rewards from doing meaningful work.

Do you thrive working in a fast-paced environment? Do you want to help make a difference in the lives of the public? The DOJ is currently looking for a highly motivated and talented individual to join our Division of Legal Services as a Training & Resources Unit Director (Justice Program Supervisor).

This position is headquartered at the Risser Justice Center located at 17 West Main Street in Madison.

The deadline to apply for this jobannouncement is June 5, 2024, at 11:59pm. For any questions, please contact Pamela Fredrick, Human Resources Specialist at fredrickpj@doj.state.wi.us or (608) 419-3546.

Please note this is a re-announcement. Applicants that previously applied for this job ID, you do not need to reapply at this time.

 

Responsibilities

Position Summary

Under general supervision of the Division of Legal Services Administrator, this position directs the Training & Resources Unit and supervises the employees within the unit. The position is a professional supervisory position which administers the training and resource program within the Division of Legal Services at the Department of Justice. This position has a statewide impact, being responsible for trainings and resources within the division and for state prosecutors and agency counsel throughout the enterprise. The supervisor is responsible for the program planning, training and resource development, budget management, and supervision of professional, paraprofessional, or administrative staff within the program area.

 

Salary Information

The Justice Program Supervisor position is in pay schedule 81 and pay range 03. The starting pay will be between $30.00 – $43.46/hour (approx. $62400 – $90396 annually). Pay for current or former state employees will follow the provisions found in the State of Wisconsin Compensation Plan. A 12-month probationary period may be required.

Job Details

This position may be eligible to work remotely up to 40% as part of a hybrid schedule, following an initial training period. Travel to the headquarters is not eligible for travel reimbursement.

High speed internet access is required to meet the needs of remote work.

The Department of Justice does not sponsor work visas at the time of hire or anytime during employment. All persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and complete the required Employment Eligibility Form I-9.

A background check, including fingerprints, will be completed on applicants prior to selection.

Qualifications

Qualifications

Please address the following in your resume and/or letter of qualifications.

Minimally qualified applicants must have professional work experience in the following:

  • Leading a team or mentoring employees
  • Developing strategic partnerships and working collaboratively with the partners on work tasks
  • Developing short and long-range plans/goals in a professional setting
  • Managing multiple tasks and prioritizing competing deadlines
  • Proficiency in common office technology (e.g., Microsoft products -Word, Excel, Outlook- or similar)

In addition to the minimum qualifications, a well-qualified applicant will have professional work experience in the following:

  • Providing services in at least one of the following areas: staff development and training, information or litigation technology, or library or legal resources
  • Experience in a formal supervisor role
  • Working in a legal or governmental setting (e.g., a law firm, government agency, legal non-profit, etc.)
  • Experience with budgets and/or procurement⁠.

Application Process

How To Apply

Apply online! To apply, visit wisc.jobs, search for the Job ID or Job Title, click on click on “Apply for Job” to start the application process. Once logged in, click “Apply for Job” and follow the steps outlined in the application process. You will be required to submit a letter of qualifications and resume.

Each time you apply for a job; you should update and tailor your resume and letter of qualifications. You should clearly describe your education, training, and experience related to the items listed in the “Qualifications” section of the job announcement. These qualifications should be addressed in your resume and expanded upon in your letter of qualifications. This will allow a fuller assessment regarding your qualifications and those required for the job applying for.

Your resume should include the following:

  • Your educational background including any course work that relates to the position in which you are applying.
  • Your employment history, including experiences and/or duties and a summary of accomplishments and skills learned or used.
  • Any training or experience, including volunteer work or internships, you have related specifically to the “Qualifications” section of the assessment.
  • Spell out any acronyms and/or abbreviations the first time used.

Your letter of qualifications should include:

  • Additional information regarding your past work experience, including volunteer work and internships, or coursework you have taken.
  • Highlights of your most relevant skills and experiences as they related to the specific job you are applying for.
  • Specific examples that clearly demonstrates your level of expertise.

What not to include in your resume or letter of qualifications:

Your application materials should not include any information that is not job-related, such as race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, creed, disability, or genetic information. Further, do not include any self-identifying information such as photos, social security numbers, political affiliation, citizen status or conviction records.

Application materials will be evaluated, and the most qualified applicants will be invited to participate in the next step of the process. References will be requested from top candidates once interviews have taken place.

NOTE: Current/former State employees interested in a permissive transfer, demotion or reinstatement consideration must also apply.

The State of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce. Veterans, women, people of color, LGBTQIA+, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. We provide reasonable accommodations to qualified applicants and employees with disabilities.

We appreciate the time and effort it takes to apply for positions. If any questions arise, please contact Pamela Fredrick, Human Resources Specialist, at fredrickpj@doj.state.wi.us or (608) 419-3546.

Deadline to Apply

The deadline to apply for this job announcement is Wednesday, June 5, 2024, at 11:59 PM.