The starting pay is between $37,356 and $61,609 per year, depending on qualifications, plus excellent benefits. Pay upon appointment for current or former State employees may vary and will be in accordance with language in the Compensation Plan, Statutes, and Administrative Code. This position is included in pay schedule and range 81-04. A twelve month probationary period may be required.
The Bureau of Correctional Enterprises, within the Division of Adult Institutions, provides opportunities for inmates to work, learn and earn during the confinement portion of a prison sentence. Work provides for the constructive use of inmates’ time inside an institution, reducing opportunities for rule violations. Learning general work skills applicable to any job and technical skills applicable to specific jobs enables inmates to be stronger job applicants and to become valuable employees when they return to the community. Earning an hourly wage enables inmates to pay court ordered obligations like restitution to victims of their crimes and child support to their dependent families. This combination of working, learning and earning contributes to inmates’ successful community reentry.
The Print Production Supervisor is responsible for the management and direction of the Printing Industry at Columbia Correctional Institution. Areas of responsibility include pre-press, press (offset and digital), bindery, shipping, customer service, and sales. Products include letterheads, envelopes, booklets, forms, newsletters, periodicals, hot glue books, wide format, and quick copy. This position ensures the efficient and economical production of products and services, establishes pricing of contract and off-contract jobs, and supervises civil services staff and inmate employees. Additionally, this position assists in the establishment and control of the shop’s budget and is responsible for processing all purchases. Utilizing the materials resources planning (MRP) system, this position will maintain production, review profitably and quality, and perform inventory control.
Applicants must be legally entitled to work in the United States (i.e., a citizen or national of the U.S., a lawful permanent resident, an alien authorized to work in the U.S. without DOC sponsorship) at the time of application.
The Department of Corrections will conduct criminal background checks on applicants prior to selection. Upon hire, all new DOC employees are subject to fingerprinting.
The Department of Corrections may conduct pre-employment drug screens. Any applicant who is offered employment in a position which requires a pre-employment drug screen must pass the screen as a contingency to employment. Applicants who fail or refuse the drug screen will not be given further consideration for employment.
Interested applicants must apply on-line via Wisc.Jobs. Click on “Log In” to access an existing Wisc.Jobs account, complete a Job Search for keyword 19-00382, and click on “Apply Now”. Applicants new to Wisc.Jobs will need to create a new account to complete an initial application and then apply on-line.
Applicants must complete the online application and attach a cover and resume, which will be reviewed to determine eligibility for further consideration. Your resume and letter of interest should be limited to a maximum of two pages each. For more information regarding your cover letter and resume, please click HERE.
After you have successfully finalized your application, you will receive an email confirmation. This information will also appear in your Wisc.Jobs job cart. If you do not receive an email, you may not have finished all of the steps correctly. Incomplete application materials will not be considered. All requested materials must be completed and finalized on-line by the end of the day (11:59 P.M.) on the deadline date noted above in the announcement. Finalized materials will be evaluated by one or more job experts, and the most eligible candidates will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process.
Permanent classified state employees who are eligible for consideration (transfer, voluntary demotion, or former employees as a reinstatement) must complete the application process in order to be considered.