Field Representative Exam
The Field Representative is a unique job classification that includes complex work providing leadership and oversight in the adult and juvenile criminal justice systems. Before applying for openings at the Board of State and Community Corrections, the candidate must successfully complete the Field Representative Exam.
Applicants must have at least three years of progressively responsible supervisory, management or consulting experience in corrections or law enforcement. Two of those years must be in program development, program planning or research, program monitoring, use of manpower, jail inspections or training.
Field Representatives will draw upon previous work experience for duties that include: development of corrections standards, policies and regulations; delivery of technical assistance; inspections of local adult and juvenile facilities; implementation of grant programs, delivery of training for local corrections and probation officers.
To learn more about the unique duties performed by BSCC Field Representatives in the agency’s four divisions, please see BSCC Field Representatives - How They are Used
You must be on a list or otherwise eligible to apply for future Field Representative opportunities. To learn more about applying for the Field Representative Exam, including filing dates and minimum qualifications, please see Information on Field Representative Exam