- $50,548 - $67,740
- Full Benefits Package
- Supervises the work of Juvenile Center Group Leaders, Youth Specialists, substitutes or unpaid personnel on assigned shifts.
- Participates in the selection, training, discipline and evaluation of center employees, volunteers or interns.
- Distributes or ensures that staff distributes medications to residents as prescribed.
- Implements medical treatment plans and processes resident medical complaints.
- Maintains security and programming by monitoring the facility’s security camera system and communication system.
- Arranges and supervises transportation for residents.
- Provides feedback or corrective discipline to childcare staff.
- Ensures the implementation and documentation of emergency procedures by staff.
- Ensures that behavior management guidelines are strictly followed.
- Monitors and/or coordinates all resident population movement within the facility.
- Serves as the designated person in charge of the facility in the absence of the Juvenile Center Supervisor, Assistant Director or Director.
- This description is intended to illustrate the type and level of work being performed by persons assigned to this job. It may not be a comprehensive list of all duties and responsibilities required by a person so classified.
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences or related field, or 60 semester hours of college credit with a minimum of two years of paid, full-time experience working with juvenile delinquents or adult offenders in the justice field, or with clients in the social service/mental health fields.
- Coursework in Criminal Justice, Corrections or Administration is preferred.
- Supervisory experience in the field of juvenile or residential treatment facilities is preferred.
- May be required to work weekends and holidays or be on call.
- May be required to fill in for other supervisory vacancies as needed.
- May be required to provide after hours, weekend and holiday assistance to police agencies, the Juvenile Center, Court, and the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
- Must pass a pre-employment physical, drug test, and a criminal/civil record check.
- Employee will be fingerprinted.
Required Knowledge and Skills:
- Capable of maintaining confidentiality, effective working relationships with other employees, and effective interaction with the general public.