|Department||Office of Juvenile Affairs|
|Date Opened||1/4/2019 08:00:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||12/31/2019 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||Z60B: $33,029.98 / Z60A: $29,692.92 year|
|Full or Part Time||
Positions are located at the Southwest Oklahoma Juvenile Center in Manitou OK
Position may be under filled as a RCS I/Z60A - $29,692.92 year
THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN TO CURRENT OR PREVIOUS PERMANENT CLASSIFIED STATE OF OKLAHOMA EMPLOYEES AND REINSTATEMENTS ONLY.
The functions within this job family will vary by level, but may include and are not limited to the following:
•Provides security and supervision to adjudicated residents in a variety of situations and activities.
•Performs routine duties in care, custody, education, and treatment of residents; observes, records, and reports health symptoms, behavior, and activity of residents.
•Manages aggressive and non-aggressive behavior through verbal and physical intervention using prescribed and approved techniques; quickly responds to physical assaults, riots, and other emergency situations.
•Conducts counts of residents and enforces institutional rules and regulations; observes resident and staff activities on multiple surveillance monitor screens.
•Provides paraprofessional counseling and instruction to residents by directing their daily activities, maintaining order, providing support, and helping them develop and achieve personal goals; serves on a treatment team to review residents’ progress, treatment and educational plans; serves as a group leader by reviewing and assessing the adjustment and functioning of a group of residents.
•Inspects the facility's living areas and work locations to ensure health and safety standards are being met, conducts searches for unauthorized objects, materials, and contraband; maintains security in an assigned area or post; controls movement of residents to and from living quarters for activities and off-campus appointments; maintains order and discipline during programs, meals, and recreation periods by utilizing empathic verbal communication skills.
•Patrols facility grounds, juvenile living quarters and work areas on an assigned shift while observing the activities and movements of residents; checks authorized persons in or out of buildings and grounds area while assuring unauthorized persons are denied access.
•Checks the physical security of the facility, including doors, windows, and lighting.
•Completes written and/or typed reports on a variety of incidents and residents' behaviors; sends and receives verbal transmissions over a hand-held radio; maintains a written log of daily facility activities; communicates by telephone with emergency responder agencies in crisis situations.
•Assists other OJA employees as needed/other duties as assigned.
•Applicants must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver License at the time of employment and maintain a valid license while employed in this job family.
•Applicants must be willing and able to work overtime and to work on any designated shift that may span the late evening hours or the early morning hours commonly known as the night shift.
•Applicants must be able to successfully complete all training requirements for sole supervision of residents including, but not limited to first aid certification, CPR, and unarmed restraint training.
•Applicants must be willing and able to perform any/all job-related travel.
•Applicants must meet all required physical examination requirements as established and prescribed by the Office of Juvenile Affairs.
Call 580-397-2632 for more information.
The job family has four levels, which are distinguished by the complexity of work performed, the level of expertise required to perform the assigned duties, and the responsibility assigned for providing leadership to others.
This is the entry level of the job family where employees are responsible for performing basic and routine duties and receiving formal on-the-job training relating to the safety and security of the juvenile residents and staff in a treatment environment. Employees are responsible for performing routine entry level duties while in a training status to build their skills in providing resident supervision and managing, observing and recording behavior of residents. In this role the employee will attend orientation and training to learn policies, practices, and procedures utilized in the residential and the community service treatment programs of the juvenile justice system.
This is the career level of the job family where employees are assigned a wide range of duties and responsibilities at a full performance level. Employees work independently enforcing appropriate rules and regulations to safeguard lives and property within an area. In addition to security work, employees are required to furnish positive guidance, as well as sanctions for inappropriate behavior on the part of juvenile residents. Employees are responsible providing resident supervision, implementing group and individual treatment plans, developing constructive relationships with residents, coworkers, and other treatment team members. Positions will be assigned duties involving responsibility and sometimes hazardous disciplinary guidance and security work.
Education and Experience requirements at this level consist of the statutory requirements of OAC 377:3-13-43(c)(1): All direct-care staff shall be at least 21 years of age and possess a high school diploma or its equivalent (10 O.S. § 401 et seq.).
Education and Experience requirements at this level consist of those identified at Level I and the completion of thirty semester hours from an accredited college or university; or one year of security experience .
Please read instructions carefully and include all required documents when you submit your application.
No additional information will be accepted after the application has been submitted.