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Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 3 (JRO3) - Snoqualmie

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Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 3 (JRO3) - Snoqualmie   

JOB TITLE:

Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 3 (JRO3) - Snoqualmie

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

King County , Snoqualmie, WA Western Australia United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

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Our vision is to ensure that Washington states children and youth grow up safe and healthythriving physically, emotionally and academically, nurtured by family and community.
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Job Title: Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 3 (JRO3)
Location:Snoqualmie
Closes: Friday, February 15, 2024
Salary:$3,974 - $5,341 monthly.
The salary does not include an additional 5% premium pay for employees working in King County or an on-site 24/7 facility 5% premium.

_________________
The Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) is looking for a Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 3 to work at Echo Glen Childrens Center, a Juvenile Rehabilitation maximum security residential facility, to supervise Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 1s (JRO1) and Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 2s (JRO2).


Click here to learn more about dcyf.
wa.
gov/about/about-us\">DCYF
.


The Opportunity:
As a Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 3, you will provide supervision, training, and evaluation to Juvenile Officer staff, and help with the management, safety, and security of residents, staff, and visitors.
You will also help make sure in-training JRO1s are given the ability and opportunity to satisfactorily complete the in-training plan assigned to them, to move them to fully functioning JRO2s within one year of appointment.


Some of what you will do:

  • Ensure the safety and security of facility youth, staff, and visitors.
  • Supervise and brief staff on an assigned shift.
  • Conduct staff evaluations.
  • Provide supervision and management over the milieu, and provide positive life-coaching and mentoring of residents.
  • If assigned to roving security, check for and provide shift coverage.
  • Responsible for campus-wide security operations during assigned shifts, responsible for radio base or if assigned to a living unit, responsible for the supervision and leadership of JRO1 and JRO2s in the unit.
  • Provide a swift and appropriate response in aggressive or crisis situations between residents or residents and staff.
  • Coordinate internal searches, and determine unit shut-downs and lock-ups.
  • Conducts and oversees perimeter checks of doors, buildings, grounds, vehicles, and equipment for safety and security.
  • Conduct and oversee bed checks and room searches, conduct hourly security calls, and
  • Coordinate and complete campus population counts.
  • Inspect rooms for cleanliness and property compliance.

Required Qualifications:

One year as a Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 2 (JRO2), or Juvenile Rehabilitation Security Officer 1 (JRSO1).

OR
High school graduation or GED equivalent
AND
Two years of relevant experience (full-time equivalency) in counseling, criminal justice, juvenile justice, education, psychology, sociology, behavioral health, or social service.


Note: Two years of college will substitute for one year of experience.


Degree must be obtained from an accredited college or university whose accreditation is recognized by the U.
S.
Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), or foreign equivalent verified by a NACES-approved organization at naces.
org.


Foreign Equivalency certification must be attached to the application for degrees obtained outside the U.
S.
Incomplete applications may be screened out of the recruitment process.


In addition to those required qualifications, our ideal applicant will also have some or all of the following:
Previously demonstrated:

  • Understanding of adolescent development and juvenile rehabilitation practices and principles.
  • Experience providing cognitive/behavioral therapeutic interventions.
  • Competency in relating to clients from diverse backgrounds and cultural groups.
  • Knowledge of basic juvenile correctional system, rehabilitation objectives in juvenile institutions, basic interviewing and counseling theories and techniques, basic concepts, fundamentals, and principles of individual and group behaviors, introductory psychology of deviant behavior, and crisis intervention methods and techniques.
  • Ability to obtain pertinent information during interviews, assist in rehabilitation of juvenile offenders, apply rules, regulations, and procedures, appraise situations, and remain calm and in control in crisis situations and de-escalate situations.
  • Ability to speak and write clearly, establish and maintain effective working relationships with a wide range and level of staff and others, and establish rapport and gain confidence of youth.

How do I apply?

Complete and submit your applicant profile.


Supplemental Information:
The Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) was created to be a comprehensive agency exclusively dedicated to the social, emotional, and physical well-being of children, youth, and families regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or other socioeconomic factors.
We believe our workforce should reflect the communities we serve and are actively searching for candidates that reflect that diversity.


Applicants selected for an interview will be required to pass a national fingerprint background check and complete a questionnaire mandated by the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) inquiring about any sexual misconduct.
Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the job.


This position is in a bargaining unit represented by the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE).
For more information: org/\">https://wfse.
org/
.


This announcement may be used to fill multiple vacancies.


Incumbent must have and maintain a valid drivers license while in this position.


If you have any questions pertaining to this recruitment or if you would like to request an accommodation throughout the application/interview process, contact David Ozment (Talent Acquisition Specialist) at david.
ozment@dcyf.
wa.
gov
If you're experiencing technical difficulties creating, accessing or completing your application, call NEOGOV toll-free at (855)524-5627 or email support@neogov.
com
.


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Position Details

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EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

5341 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707248529-04ffdb7e8c8a2be2502d6e076398a2b7

LOCATION:

Western Australia United States

CITY:

King County , Snoqualmie, WA

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Our vision is to ensure that Washington states children and youth grow up safe and healthythriving physically, emotionally and academically, nurtured by family and community.\"

Job Title: Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 3 (JRO3)
Location:Snoqualmie
Closes: Friday, February 15, 2024
Salary:$3,974 - $5,341 monthly. The salary does not include an additional 5% premium pay for employees working in King County or an on-site 24/7 facility 5% premium.
_________________
The Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) is looking for a Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 3 to work at Echo Glen Childrens Center, a Juvenile Rehabilitation maximum security residential facility, to supervise Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 1s (JRO1) and Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 2s (JRO2).

Click here to learn more about DCYF.

The Opportunity:
As a Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 3, you will provide supervision, training, and evaluation to Juvenile Officer staff, and help with the management, safety, and security of residents, staff, and visitors. You will also help make sure in-training JRO1s are given the ability and opportunity to satisfactorily complete the in-training plan assigned to them, to move them to fully functioning JRO2s within one year of appointment.

Some of what you will do:

  • Ensure the safety and security of facility youth, staff, and visitors.
  • Supervise and brief staff on an assigned shift.
  • Conduct staff evaluations.
  • Provide supervision and management over the milieu, and provide positive life-coaching and mentoring of residents.
  • If assigned to roving security, check for and provide shift coverage.
  • Responsible for campus-wide security operations during assigned shifts, responsible for radio base or if assigned to a living unit, responsible for the supervision and leadership of JRO1 and JRO2s in the unit.
  • Provide a swift and appropriate response in aggressive or crisis situations between residents or residents and staff.
  • Coordinate internal searches, and determine unit shut-downs and lock-ups.
  • Conducts and oversees perimeter checks of doors, buildings, grounds, vehicles, and equipment for safety and security.
  • Conduct and oversee bed checks and room searches, conduct hourly security calls, and
  • Coordinate and complete campus population counts.
  • Inspect rooms for cleanliness and property compliance.

Required Qualifications:

One year as a Juvenile Rehabilitation Officer 2 (JRO2), or Juvenile Rehabilitation Security Officer 1 (JRSO1).
OR
High school graduation or GED equivalent
AND
Two years of relevant experience (full-time equivalency) in counseling, criminal justice, juvenile justice, education, psychology, sociology, behavioral health, or social service.

Note: Two years of college will substitute for one year of experience.

Degree must be obtained from an accredited college or university whose accreditation is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), or foreign equivalent verified by a NACES-approved organization at naces.org.

Foreign Equivalency certification must be attached to the application for degrees obtained outside the U.S. Incomplete applications may be screened out of the recruitment process.

In addition to those required qualifications, our ideal applicant will also have some or all of the following:
Previously demonstrated:

  • Understanding of adolescent development and juvenile rehabilitation practices and principles.
  • Experience providing cognitive/behavioral therapeutic interventions.
  • Competency in relating to clients from diverse backgrounds and cultural groups.
  • Knowledge of basic juvenile correctional system, rehabilitation objectives in juvenile institutions, basic interviewing and counseling theories and techniques, basic concepts, fundamentals, and principles of individual and group behaviors, introductory psychology of deviant behavior, and crisis intervention methods and techniques.
  • Ability to obtain pertinent information during interviews, assist in rehabilitation of juvenile offenders, apply rules, regulations, and procedures, appraise situations, and remain calm and in control in crisis situations and de-escalate situations.
  • Ability to speak and write clearly, establish and maintain effective working relationships with a wide range and level of staff and others, and establish rapport and gain confidence of youth.

How do I apply?

Complete and submit your applicant profile.

Supplemental Information:
The Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF) was created to be a comprehensive agency exclusively dedicated to the social, emotional, and physical well-being of children, youth, and families regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or other socioeconomic factors. We believe our workforce should reflect the communities we serve and are actively searching for candidates that reflect that diversity.

Applicants selected for an interview will be required to pass a national fingerprint background check and complete a questionnaire mandated by the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) inquiring about any sexual misconduct. Information from the background check will not necessarily preclude employment but will be considered in determining the applicant's suitability and competence to perform in the job.

This position is in a bargaining unit represented by the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE). For more information: https://wfse.org/.

This announcement may be used to fill multiple vacancies.

Incumbent must have and maintain a valid drivers license while in this position.

If you have any questions pertaining to this recruitment or if you would like to request an accommodation throughout the application/interview process, contact David Ozment (Talent Acquisition Specialist) at david.ozment@dcyf.wa.gov If you're experiencing technical difficulties creating, accessing or completing your application, call NEOGOV toll-free at (855)524-5627 or email support@neogov.com.

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