Due Process is the constitutional concept that proceedings must be fair and that a person is entitled to, at a minimum, notice and an opportunity to be heard by a neutral decision maker when the persons liberty or property is at stake.
A Level I Hearing is the highest level of due process administrative hearing conducted by agency staff. The purpose of the hearing is to determine whether to revoke the parole status of a youth as a disciplinary consequence for behavior that presents an unacceptable risk to the safety of persons or property. An incumbent will perform the role of the staff representative. They will be expected to appear at the hearing and present the reasons for the proposed action.
When performing the functions of the staff representative, in consultation with Parole staff, the incumbent will: (1) plan, organize, and conduct routine investigations for the purpose of gathering and presenting the evidence against the youth during the Level I Hearing; (2) provide all required notices within the specified timeframes; (3) provide the youth and the youths advocate and parents/guardian with hearing notices in accordance with established procedures and the use of standard forms concerning the youth; and (4) present evidence at the hearing, to include questioning witnesses.
A Level II Hearing is the second highest level of due process administrative hearing conducted by agency staff. The purpose of the hearing is to ensure that a youth committed to the agency and alleged to have committed a rule violation is afforded due process regarding the allegation prior to the imposition of disciplinary consequences or other dispositions. An incumbent will perform the following two roles relating to the hearing process at the facility of assignment, but will only perform one of the functions for each due process hearing: (1) the staff representative; and (2) the hearing manager.
Salary - 18.42 hourly / Brownwood TX / Full Time