Driver Safety Program Manager
The manager of the Driver Safety Program oversees all functions of the Driver Safety Program within accordance of the agreements of the 16th and 23rd Judicial Circuits. Reports to the Dean for Workforce Development.
Supervise and direct Driver Safety Program support staff in daily responsibilities.
Establish and maintain a robust working relationship with court officials of the 16th and 23rd Judicial Circuit Courts.
Oversee scheduling functions for the Driver Safety Program classes and Driver Safety Program instructors.
Recruit, monitor, and evaluate instructors on a regular basis.
Maintain highly confidential information and oversee the proper disposal of eligible Driver Safety records.
Determine budget requirements each fiscal year for the Driver Safety Program and operate the program within the approved budget.
Resolve oral and written complaints pertaining to Driver Safety Program courses and relationships.
Oversee and manage inventory of office supplies, National Safety Council course materials, and traffic diversion forms/envelopes for Kane, Kendall and DeKalb Counties.
Prepare contracts, schedules, reports, and evaluations.
Oversee training, and/or monitor training of staff.
Maintain offsite class locations in Kane, Kendall and DeKalb Counties, and adjust as the demands of the program change.
Req ID: req365
Job Title: Driver Safety Program Manager
Division: Workforce Development
Location: Aurora Downtown Campus
Grant Funded: No
Employment Type: Full-time Support Staff
Compensation Range: 65,687.00 - 65,687.00, starting pay, prior experience will be considered
Compensation Type: Salaried
Work Schedule: M-F 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Other Work Schedule Details: Some evenings and weekends.
Work Hours: 40
Documents to be attached: Cover Letter-Yes
Special Instructions to Applicants: Please attach all required documents at the time of application. Copies of transcripts may be provided at interview. Make sure all documents have attached prior to submitting application.
Targeted Hire Date: 4/9/2018
Bachelor's degree in business, criminal justice, education, or related field preferred.
Five years of work experience with the court system required.
Two years of supervisory experience required.
Working knowledge of traffic laws and court policies and procedures pertaining to court supervision for minor traffic violations preferred.
Certification as a National Safety Council defensive driving instructor or the ability to obtain such certification during the first year of employment.
Excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills.