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SHANE JASON GRAY - grayshanej@gmail.

com

SHANE JASON GRAY


Professional: grays@michigan.gov

Personal: grayshanej@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE:
To obtain a professional position as an adjunct professor within the field of education and in the state of Michigan. Preferably at a
community college, college or university.

QUALIFICATIONS
Presently- 5+ years Human Resource Developer Specialist 13 (Curriculum, Academy Coordinator, Professional Development
& Leadership).
9 Mos. Deputy Prison Warden 14 (Acting/Assistant Deputy Warden).
7+ years Human Resource Developer 9-12 experience (Academy Platoon Trainer & Facility Training Officer).
14+ years Corrections Supervisory experience 10-14 (RUO, SGT, LT, ADW).
23+ years Corrections Trainer experience (treatment, programs, staff development, and new employee).
26+ years MDOC Employee 8-14 (CO, RUO, SGT, LT, HRD, HRDS, ADW).
8 years 3 months United States Army & Michigan National Guard experience.
6 years Troop leading & Trainer experience, United States Army & Michigan National Guard.
1+ years Adjunct instructor at Jackson College

EDUCATION
1985
High School Diploma, Eaton Rapids High School, Eaton Rapids, Michigan.
1989
Corrections Certificate, Lansing Community College, Lansing, Michigan.
2015
Bachelors Degree in Applied Science, Public Safety Studies, Siena Heights University.
Current student - Graduate College, Siena Heights University Masters of Arts degree, Organizational Leadership.

MILITARY SERVICE
January 1986-April 1994
STAFF SERGEANT (E-6)
United States Army Military Police; Ft. McClellan Alabama, Augsburg Germany, Lansing Michigan
Served in the United States Army Military Police Corp., active duty (January '86 to '89). 701st MP School Bn Ft. McClellan,
Alabama; 218th MP Co Augsburg, Germany. Served in the Michigan Army National Guard (Jan '89 to Apr '94). 46th MP Co
Lansing, Michigan; 182nd FA MLRS Lansing, Michigan. Highest rank awarded was Staff Sergeant (SSG).
Command and guide soldiers in their mission readiness. Devise training plans, outlines and facilitate/lead training. Prepare
and send operation orders to platoons. Plan and route modes and direction of travel for company convoys. Monitor and
evaluate troop performance and behavior. Enforce Army regulations and laws in a capacity common to community law
enforcement officials. Assist master instructors through the demonstration of tasks. Maintain the highest standards of
discipline, professionalism, honor and appearance as a member of the Military Police Battalion Honor Guard.

EMPLOYMENT: Michigan Department of Corrections August 20, 1989 to Present


April 2010 Present
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPER SPECIALIST-3/CURRICULUM/OFFICER ACADEMY/LEADERSHIP
Training Division, Central Office, Lansing, Michigan
Plan, develop, coordinate and administer leadership training for the Department. Oversee the daily operations of and provide
guidance/direction for the staff of the Corrections Officer Training Academy (ORT). Coordinate all aspects of and create the
schedules for the ORT. Network with facility Wardens and Administrators to create staff schedules and obtain Adjunct
Trainers to assist with the ORT. Network with and coordinate vendors to provide services to ensure the success of the ORT.
Maintain the ORT files and the fifty two ORT Modules. Revise and write ORT Curriculum. Conduct and prepare disciplinary
investigations as necessary.
July 2009 April 2010
ACTING/ DEPUTY PRISON WARDEN 14
Lakeland Correctional Facility, Coldwater, Michigan
Direct and participate in a variety of activities involving the administration of custodial, treatment, education, personnel, and
business programs necessary for the operation of correctional facilities. Work within general methods and procedures and
exercises considerable independent judgment to adapt and apply the guidelines to specific situations. Maintain knowledge of
the policies, procedures, laws, and regulations governing the operation of adult correctional facilities within the state, and
supervisory techniques, personnel policies, and procedures.
SHANE JASON GRAY - grayshanej@gmail.com

SHANE JASON GRAY - grayshanej@gmail.com

EMPLOYMENT CONTINUED
October 2002 July 2009
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPER 9 12 (10/02 HRD-9; 10/03 HRD-10; 10/04 HRD-11; 10/05 HRD-12)
Florence Crane & Lakeland Correctional Facilities / Camp Branch, Coldwater, Michigan
Plan and develop training, researching and preparing content and visual aides. Conduct training sessions, workshops and
seminars. Develop assessment techniques and evaluate programs such as staff development, training, and workplace safety;
make and recommend improvements. Develop or select training and program materials such as handbooks, demonstration
models.
April 2001-October 2002
LIEUTENANT (CORRECTIONS SHIFT SUPERVISOR 12)
Florence Crane Correctional Facility, Coldwater, Michigan
Scheduling work assignments, set priorities, and direct the work of employees. Evaluate employee performance through the
review of completed work assignments and work techniques. Identify staff development and training needs. Ensure proper
labor relations and conditions of employment are maintained. Maintain records, prepare reports, and compose
correspondence relative to the work. Communicate, interpret, and apply departmental policies, facility regulations, and
Department of Civil Service Rules. Plan and conduct in-service training for employees. Observe and appropriately respond
critical incidents such as assaults on employees or prisoners, prisoner disturbances, or other situations threatening facility
security. Occasionally performs the duties of a higher-level supervisor on a relief basis.
July 2000-April 2001
SERGEANT (CORRECTIONS SHIFT SUPERVISOR 11)
Cooper Street Correctional Facility, Jackson, Michigan
Function as the first line supervisor for staff on shift. Function as the first line supervisor for the Control Center. Supervise
the operations of the dining facility during meal lines. Maintain routine yard functions as well as programs and treatment
facilities. Conduct In-Service Training as an instructor. Operate the firing range for weapons qualification as a firearms and
chemical agents instructor.
September 1999-July 2000
RESIDENT UNIT OFFICER (RUO E-10)
Cooper Street Correctional Facility, Jackson, Michigan
Conduct and lead training, Departmental Firearms qualification courses. Participate in observing, training and evaluating new
employees. Assist in monitoring and evaluating prisoner behavior and work performance. Apply the prisoner disciplinary
process. Monitor prisoner movement. Conduct proper counts, searches and security rounds. Assist in screening prisoner files.
April 1995-September 1999
RESIDENT UNIT OFFICER (RUO E-10)
Michigan Reformatory, Ionia, Michigan
Custody and security functions as a housing unit officer. Facilitate substance abuse classes for general population. Facilitate
Strategies for Thinking Productively groups for the STP unit prisoners.
September 1991-April 1995
DRILL INSTRUCTOR (CORPORAL E-10)
Special Alternative Incarceration, Cassidy Lake, Chelsea, Michigan
As a Drill Instructor, in a quazi-military manner and discipline, Instill a solid work ethic in trainees assigned to the Special
Alternative Incarceration (SAI) Boot Camp as an alternative to prison, through strict discipline and the delivery of programs
and treatment, which are useful in providing them tools in life skills.
December 1989-September 1991
CORRECTIONS OFFICER (E-9)
State Prison of Southern Michigan, Central Complex, Jackson, Michigan
Maintaining sound custody and security measures, while enforcing rules and regulations, to ensure adherence to policy,
procedure and laws. Overseeing and monitoring prisoner conduct during mass movement to and from meal lines, as well as,
during recreation call outs, yard, treatment, school and programs.

SHANE JASON GRAY - grayshanej@gmail.com