Prepares and maintains unit accreditation files utilizing the principles and techniques of an organizational system for an on-site audit every three (3) years by members of the American Correctional Association. Plans, researches, collects, and analyzes documentation pertaining to accreditation, policies, post orders, and standard operating procedures. Provides advice and interpretation of accreditation standards related to state and federal statutes, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. Provides technical assistance to all areas of institutional operations relative to accreditation. Directs, advises, evaluates, and monitors department management regarding documentation for accreditation files and policies. Develops and writes reports of accreditation projects and their status to the Warden for reporting to the Board of Correction. Schedules, organizes, conducts, and participates in unit accreditation meetings. Develops and writes Annual Certification Statements submitted to the American Correctional Association as to the status of current standards, compliance levels, and updates on plans of action, significant events, quality of life, and health care outcome measures. Serves on agency’s audit team. Travels to other institutions and inspects and provides technical assistance in the areas of the physical plant, grounds, accreditation files, and training. Maintains current edition of Accreditation Standards Manual and master accreditation database for institutions. Maintains agency/unit manuals, which include Governor’s Directives, Administrative Regulations, Administrative Directives, Administrative Memorandums, Unit Policies, Post Orders and Standard Operating Procedures. Performs other duties as assigned.