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Correction Enterprise Supervisor (Pender County) -- Temporary Solutions

Description of Work
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NOTE: If you are a current NC State Government employee, you will not be considered for a temporary assignment. Temporary Solutions cannot accommodate dual employment.
Individuals hired into a temporary State job must be fully qualified for the job. OSHR supports the Governor's Job Ready initiative and seeks to expand a temporary's skill set to enhance their qualifications for State government and private sector jobs. Exposure to an agency's culture, process, procedures and potential learning opportunities can provide valuable experience to those who may ultimately seek permanent employment with the state.
This posting will be used to fill two temporary positions (31580, 31581) located in Burgaw/Pender County. There are no leave or retirement benefits offered. Visit www.nctemporarysolutions.com for employment information.
Hourly Rate of Pay: $7.25 - $16.50 (Based on education and/or years of relevant work experience reflected on the application)
These temporary positions will be assigned to the Department of Public Safety-Correction Enterprises/Pender Sewing Plant. These positions must train inmates in the safe, proper and most efficient operation of equipment and practices utilized in a sewing manufacturing operation while ensuring quantity and quality standards in accordance with applicable laws, policies and regulations. Organize and direct work assignments of inmates, set up of equipment and processing of raw materials.
Prepare a variety of written reports involving subjects such as inventory levels, equipment specifications, inmate incidents, incentive wage payroll and production schedules. Work in an environment which may involve exposure to noise, dust, fumes, dangerous machinery, chemicals, body fluids and falling objects. This may require use of personal protective equipment such as ear plugs/muffs, and safety glasses, steel-toed shoes, respirators, protective clothing, etc., and/or other personal protective equipment used in a sewing operation. Conduct visual and audio surveillance of plant operations to ensure custody and security of inmates and facility. Review work in process and inspect finished products to ensure achievement of production, quality and safety standards.
Effectively communicate verbally and in writing with higher management, inmates and customers applicable information to complete assigned task. Maintain a professional demeanor at all times while working with staff and inmates. Operate, inspect and maintain equipment utilized in a sewing operation. Perform appropriate crisis intervention involving inmate behavior. Complete annual CPR, Fire Extinguisher and Blood borne Pathogens training.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies
NOTE: Qualified applicants must meet and CLEARLY reflect on their application related training and experience and all knowledge, skills, abilities and any experience or competencies specified in the supplemental question(s) to be considered.
Full working knowledge of the manufacturing or service function and of the related safety guidelines
Knowledge of proper and most efficient operation of equipment and practices utilized in a sewing manufacturing operation
Ability to operate, inspect and maintain equipment utilized in a sewing operation
Ability to orient, train, supervise, evaluate, counsel and discipline inmates
Ability to motivate inmates in meeting production and quality standards
Ability to plan and implement work schedules and balance work loads
Ability to maintain necessary records and inventories and to review and express related technical information clearly both verbally and in writing.
Effective supervisory experience
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
Graduation from high school and a minimum of one year of related industry/service experience; or an equivalent combination of training and directly related experience
Supplemental and Contact Information
Temporary Solutions
Office of State Human Resources
2321 Crabtree Blvd., Suite 110
Raleigh, NC 27604



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