State of Washington
Description You can make a real difference in the lives of\u00a0at-risk\u00a0youth when you join the dedicated team at\u00a0Canyon View\u00a0Community Facility.\u00a0We need your motivation and engagement to provide secure custody and supervision, and support rehabilitative programming for\u00a0youth in a Rehabilitation Administration minimum security community residential facility. You will learn about the Rehabilitation Administration philosophy and treatment model which prepares you for career advancement opportunities. Some of what you'll do Conduct routine and random security duties such as headcounts, room checks for cleanliness and contraband,\u00a0building integrity checks, and collect urinalysis samples for testing. Recognize and assess situations and intervene to de-escalate and maintain facility safety and security using approved verbal techniques. Maintain a written account of activities during the work shift and clearly document breaches of security, behavioral incidents, and youth behavior in various logs and in youth files. Supervise the completion of facility chores and housekeeping jobs within residential unit, serve and supervise meals, and\u00a0escort\/supervise the movement of residents within the facility and in the community. Transport youth to appointments, work, school etc in the community and supervise community based activities. Who should apply? High school graduates (GED) who have a valid driver's license and one year of experience in the areas of work such as: social services, youth group activities, security guard, correctional officer, police officer, police reserve officer, military police, or other law enforcement work; or, a certificate of completion in a basic law enforcement training program approved by the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission; or, a certificate of completion in a police or reserve police academy or military training program. Two years of college from an accredited institution whose accreditation is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), or a foreign equivalent will substitute for the required one year of experience. Here's what we're looking for Demonstrated understanding of\u00a0adolescent development and juvenile rehabilitation practices and principles. Demonstrated competency in relating to clients from diverse backgrounds and cultural groups. Interested applicants Applicants selected for an\u00a0interview will be required to pass a national (fingerprint) criminal background check and complete a questionnaire mandated by the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) inquiring about any sexual misconduct. These jobs are temporary and the work hours\/days are dependent upon business needs. On call staff must be available to work swing shifts, weekends, holidays and graveyard shifts. For questions about\u00a0job 03454, contact Dave Ozment at .
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