Position is responsible for overseeing inmate workers, with assistance of assigned security, while completing the daily tasks required distributing and collecting laundry throughout the jail.
Examples of Duties
Ensures laundry post orders are read and signed monthly.
Checks chemical levels daily (chemicals in barrels inside cage area).
Checks supply closet inventory daily.
Checks jail inventory levels (combs, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, soap, etc.) daily.
Fills out weekly supply order (trash bags and anything from warehouse such as toilet paper, socks, blankets, etc.).
Ensures laundry exchange is completed daily.
Ensures laundry orders are received and filled for intake, FBI room, and book out.
Collects dirty laundry bins from book out, FBI room, and basement control daily.
Ensures staff is communicating and attempting to resolve issues within laundry.
Follows up on call cards and grievances for laundry issues.
Keeps inmate workers on task. Oversee inmate workers on cleaning (such as trash areas, dryer vents, and behind washers and dryers).
This list of duties and responsibilities is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties or responsibilities that management may deem necessary from time to time.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in written format. Must be able to communicate efficiently and effectively. Must be familiar with the Jail Division Policy and Procedures and MCSO Rules and Regulations.
Work is generally performed independently; supervisory assistance is available when needed.
1. Civilian Employees shall not consort with, or in any way fraternize with, persons of known bad character or ill repute in a manner which will conflict with the duties of the Employee or functions of the Sheriff’s Office.
2. Civilian Employees shall not fraternize with the spouse, girlfriend, or boyfriend of any incarcerated person.
,Marion County, IN, Marion County Indiana Sheriff’s Office,