District Court Re-entry Program Coordinator.
This is not a State or County government position, but rather a contract with an individual or
organization under the supervision and direction of the District Court of Maryland of Baltimore
City. The job is full-time with an expected average of 40 hours per week. The hours shall be 8:30
to 5:00 p.m. flexible as some weeks may require more hours and some weeks less. Requirements
and objectives will include, but are not limited to, the following:
2.2.1 Continue to coordinate the Baltimore City District Court Re-Entry Program.
2.2.2 Develop, implement and coordinate offender Re-Entry initiatives, practices and
programming to enhance offender success.
2.2.3 Work directly with the States Attorneys Office, Office of the Public Defender, Parole and
Probation, Pretrial Services, governmental agencies, local service providers, offender
families, employers and other stakeholders to plan/assist offender transition to the
community and develop resources.
2.2.4 Coordinate efforts with judges on how individuals are progressing in the Re-Entry
Program, submitting quarterly written status reports.
2.2.5 Evaluate program activities by monitoring spreadsheets and report to judges. (Performance
goals/objectives to be established.) Develop/facilitate a strategic plan for community
education, outreach, and awareness of the Re-Entry program.
2.2.6 Cultivate relationships with service providers in an ongoing effort to enhance Re-Entry
initiatives to include local community meetings.
2.2.7 Primary contact for research collaboration with criminal justice scholars.
2.2.8 Provide comprehensive program evaluation.
2.2.9 Ability to prepare written and verbal reports clearly and concisely.
2.2.10 Ability to perform duties independently without direct supervision.
2.2.11 Knowledge of case management and casework principles.
2.2.12 Working knowledge of the criminal justice system.
2.2.13 Experience in local service networks and resources.
2.2.14 Knowledgeable in various computer programs such as Microsoft Office, Google Docs, and
2.2.15 Throughout the entire period of the grant, the sub-recipient must maintain a valid DUNS
Number and current registration with SAM.Gov, previously the Central Contractor
Registry (CCR). A DUNS number is a unique nine-digit sequence recognized as the
universal standard for identifying and keeping track of entities receiving federal funds.
Information about the registration procedures for SAM can be found at www.sam.gov.
Note: previous CCR (Central Contract Registry) information was migrated to SAM.gov.
The Contract resulting from this RFP shall begin upon the initiation of contract execution and extend
for a base period of (1) one year. The District Court for Baltimore City shall re-evaluate the ReEntry
Program Coordinators position to determine whether the contract should be renewed. The AOC, at its sole option, shall have the uni
Major organization : STATE OF MARYLAND
Address : 2003 C COMMERCE PARK DRIVE
ANNAPOLIS, MD 21401
Country :United States
Email : email@example.com
Tender notice number : K18-0055-84
Notice type : Tender Notice
Open date : 2018-01-26
Tender documents : T431593367.pdf
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