AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
This is temporary or hourly paid work performing general support services. Positions in this job are established for less than 9 months or scheduled for less than 30 hours per week and are not eligible for benefits if the position status is temporary (i.e., SCOA 513). Positions in this job are established for greater than 9 months and scheduled for greater than 30 hours per week if the position status is permanent labor (i.e., SCOA 512). Normally permanent labor positions are eligible for Health Insurance benefits.
Under limited direction, provides structured educational and/or life-skills group counseling sessions, documents all programmatic activities, and performs a variety of administrative duties designed to facilitate juvenile rehabilitation and ensure a safe and secure environment at a youth detention facility. Some duties will include: Facilitate or Co-facilitate Groups lead, assist with crisis intervention, work hours to include Afternoon/Evening/Holiday/Weekends, and conduct parent education/training workshops. The primary focus of the Support Services Worker is to deliver programming to youths. The Support Service Worker will also be trained in additional areas to assist the Juvenile Detention Counselor when critical need is present. The SSW will work with high risk populations to address specific criminogenic needs utilizing evidenced based programming..
This position is subject to a background check which may include, criminal history, employment history, references and social media
1. Applicants must detail relevant work experience on their application.
2. This is a twenty (20) hours per week position and is not eligible for benefits.
Master`s Degree from an accredited college or university in Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Rehabilitation Counseling, Professional Counseling, Masters of Education Counseling, Criminal Justice, or a closely related field AND two (2) years of related postgraduate experience