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The Gary E. Miller Canadian County Children's Justice Center is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

Description of essential duties and responsibilities:

  1. Provides individual, family and group alcohol, tobacco or other drug-related rehabilitative services and case management services.
  2. Participates in case staffing with chemical dependency treatment team
  3. Completes all required case documentation in a timely manner
  4. Completes screening and referral for Center clients
  5. Participates in quarterly quality case reviews of client files
  6. Participates in monthly supervision with the Lead Counselor.
  7. Comes to work on a regular full-time basis
  8. Performs other duties as assigned

 

Qualifications for position:

  1. Individual must have obtained a bachelors degree or above and be certified as a Case Manager II with the ODMHSAS.
  2. Individual should have at least one year or related work experience
  3. Must pass a background check
  4. Must pass a drug screening

 

Supervisory relationship:

The position is directly supervised by the Lead Counselor

 

Skills and knowledge required:

Should be familiar with the principles of alcohol and drug addiction and basic alcohol and drug education modalities with individuals, families and groups; should be familiar with the admission, education and discharge planning practices as well as how to complete related documentation.

 

Prior experience required:

One year of prior work experience is required; work may be salaried or volunteer experience

 

Personal qualities:

Individual should have sufficient interpersonal skills to work closely with professional peers and clients

 

Amount of travel and other special conditions or requirements:

Travel may be required in order to obtain job-related training

 

Hours per day or week:

Forty hours weekly; position requires some evening hours and/or weekends

Title of position: Therapist

Description of duties and responsibilities:

  1. Provides clinical services that include screening, assessment, intake, treatment plan development and psychotherapy for mental health and/or substance use disorders.
  2. Provides mental health and/or substance use individual, family and group counseling services as assigned by supervisor.
  3. Maintains clinical records in accordance with all agency policies and procedures.
  4. Maintains knowledge of all current policies and procedures of the agency.
  5. Participates in case staffing with specified treatment teams.
  6. Completes and submits all required case documentation within the specified timeframe as per agency policy.
  7. Is responsible for providing coverage of the program’s 24-hour on-call crisis intervention services on a rotating schedule with other staff therapists.
  8. Maintains a caseload as assigned by supervisor.
  9. Participates in quarterly quality case reviews of client files.
  10. Participates in monthly clinical supervision with the Assistant Director of Behavioral Health and/or designee.
  11. Comes to work on a regular full-time basis.
  12. Performs other duties as assigned

Qualifications for position:

  1. Individual must have a master’s degree in counseling, psychology, social work or a related field
  2. Individual must be licensed or be qualified to be under supervision for licensure in the state of Oklahoma as a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor/Mental Health (LADC/MH) or a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Licensed Behavioral Practitioner (LBP), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with at least 10 hours of documented training in the area of addiction and its treatment.
  3. Must pass a background check

Supervisory relationship:

Reports directly to Assistant Director of Behavioral Health.

Skills and knowledge required:

Should be familiar with the principles of mental health and substance use screenings and assessments as well as basic treatment modalities with individuals, families and groups; should be familiar with the admission, treatment and discharge planning processes as well as how to complete related documentation. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required as well as basic computer skills.

Prior experience preferred:

One year of prior work experience is preferred; work may be salaried or volunteer experience

Personal qualities:

  • Individual should have sufficient interpersonal skills to work closely with professional peers and clients and the ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team.
  • Amount of travel and other special conditions or requirements:
  • Travel may be required in order to obtain job-related training

Hours per day or week:

Forty hours weekly; position requires some evening hours and/or weekends

Title: Assistant Detention/Sanctions Shift Supervisor

2. Description of Essential Duties and Responsibilities
a. Assist shift supervisor in the daily inspection of the detention facility to
ensure that standards of cleanliness, fire, health, safety, and security are
met, and report any problems to the shift supervisor on duty or to the
program coordinator.
b. Assist in checking the physical plant, appliances, and equipment to ensure
that everything is in good repair and report any problems to the shift
supervisor or to the administration on call.
c. Assist in conducting resident head counts at the beginning and at the end
of each shift.
d. Assume responsibility for the keys of the facility. Assure that all keys are
accurately counted and present in the facility, twice on every shift.
e. Ensure that all policies and procedures are followed on the shift.
f. Assist with supervision and evaluation of detention/sanctions officers
assigned to the shift and report any problems to the shift supervisor or to
the administrator on call.
g. Must be MAT-certified and responsible for dispensing medication to
residents as directed by the medical authority.

h. Assure that the shift supervisor is aware of all pertinent information that
affects the health and well-being of residents and the safety and
security of the facility.

j. Assume responsibility for the residents’ property and clothing.
k. Communicate all pertinent information to the incoming shift.
m. Submit a supply list when items are running low.

n. Assist shift supervisor in mediating and resolving problems with residents.

o. Assist with training of detention/sanctions officers.
p. Is responsible for ensuring that the physical and emotional needs of the
residents are met within the defined parameters of the detention center.
q. Provide direct supervision of the residents, keeping them in close
proximity and in visual and auditory contact during program times.
r. Assist in preparation of all necessary paperwork including intake and
release forms, daily logs, incident reports and medical reports.
s. Perform housekeeping duties in defined areas and ensure the detention
center is clean.
t. Develop a thorough understanding of all security and emergency

procedures.

u. Performs duties of shift supervisor as necessary.
v. Perform other job duties as directed by the shift supervisor, the program
coordinator and/or the detention director.
w. Accurately complete resident intakes and releases and demonstrate
knowledge and ability to operate facility control center.

Revised 05/31/2016

x. Come to work on a regular full-time basis.
y. Must wear a county-issued shirt.
3. Qualifications for position: Must be at least 21 years of age with a bachelor’s
degree; OR with some college and six months experience with juvenile or
adult corrections, or social services; OR with a high school diploma
or its equivalent and two years of work-related experience, one of
which should be in a detention or residential setting. Must pass background
clearance.
4. Supervisory relationships: Is under the direct supervision of the shift supervisor,
the program coordinator and/or the detention director.
5. Skills and knowledge required: The individual must be physically able to
restrain a juvenile should it become necessary, have adequate visual and auditory
skills to supervise residents/detainees, be physically able to stand on his/her feet
for an entire eight-hour shift, be physically able to push and/or pull a minimum
of 25 pounds and have skills necessary to operate the security devices in a safe
and competent manner. Must be willing and able to spend an eight-hour shift
in a room with residents.
6. Prior experience required: See # 3 Qualifications for position.
7. Personal qualities: Individual should have sufficient interpersonal skills to work
closely with both peers and resident/detainees.
8. Amount of travel and other special conditions or requirements: Some travel may
be required in carrying out duties and training.
9. Hours per week: Must be able to work a variable and flexible schedule. Must be
able to come in on short notice if necessary, and must be able to work hours other
than a regular scheduled shift.

Title of Position: Probation Officer
Description of duties and responsibilities:
 Probation officer will provide juvenile intake/probation services to youth and
families in Canadian County.
 Probation officer will provide transportation of juveniles as ordered by the district
court judge or as directed by supervisory staff.
 Probation officer will provide screenings when juveniles are arrested by law
enforcement and placement in detention is requested.
 Probation officer will provide intervention services to youth and families and
make referrals for service as necessary.
 Probation officer will be available to assist in the courtroom to maintain order and
ensure efficiency for juvenile court dockets.
 Probation officer will supervise and ensure the area containing the holding cells
outside the courtroom are maintained and will monitor, supervise and transport
any juvenile placed in this area to ensure the health, safety, and security of
clients and staff with sight checks being made at least every 15 minutes.
 Probation officer will be on call and carry the on-call cell phone on a rotating
basis. Probation officer will be responsible for the cell phone being operational
with a fully-charged battery while on call. Probation officer will be available to
provide transportation if needed.
 Probation officer will maintain a working cell phone at all times.
 Probation officer will be at work 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday
and the Lunch break will be from noon until 1:00 p.m. Any changes must be
approved by the supervisor in advance.
 If unable to report to work, probation officer will speak directly to the Director as
to reason for absence prior to the time that you are required to report for duty.
 Probation officer will have all JOLTS screens updated for each and every client
by Friday at 5:00pm of each week.
 Probation officer will coordinate with other departments, agencies and parents to
ensure juveniles who are placed in residential programs and who are involved
with the bureau have all medical needs and supplies as well as all other needed
supplies such as clothing, school work, etc.
 Probation officer will coordinate with other departments, agencies and parents to
ensure they have all needed information and documentation on juveniles who
are involved with the bureau.
 Probation officer will contact each juvenile assigned to him/her according to
current supervision level as follows:
a. Minimal – one time per month face-to-face
b. Normal – two times per month face-to-face
c. Medium – one time per week face-to-face
d. Intensive supervision – once daily, phone or face-to-face
 Probation officer will complete any other duties as directed by the Bureau
Director.
May include one or more of the following:
 Coordinate Graduated Sanctions Program
 Coordinate Intensive Supervision Program
 Coordinate Next Step Program
 Coordinate Orientation to Juvenile Justice
 Coordinate Summer Program
 Provide Intake Service and follow up with Assistant District Attorney, client, and
referring source
 Assess the needs of the community and develop appropriate programs when
possible
 Attend all meetings as required by the department, center administration, and
county officials.
Qualifications for position:
 Qualified applicant shall possess a bachelor’s degree; preference will be given to
applicants with a human services-related major.
 Must pass a background check.
 Must possess a valid driver’s license and provide driving record and proof of
automobile liability insurance.
 Must provide three letters of reference.
Supervisory relationship:
Probation officer reports directly to the Bureau Director.
Skills and knowledge required:
Individual should possess knowledge of adolescent development and be able to
relate well to youth and their families. Individuals should have good time
management and organizational skills.
Prior experience required:
Related work experience is a plus but not a requirement.
Personal qualities:
Be committed to working with a diverse staff and clientele. Must be committed to
professional development and application of newly-acquired relevant knowledge
to work with staff and clients.
Travel and any other special conditions or requirements:
The intake/probation worker provides services in a variety of settings in the
County, including clients’ homes, at the Center and within the community as
needed. Position requires some travel to perform their normal duties and to
attend required trainings.
Hours per day or week:
Monday through Friday from 8:00a.m. to 5:00pm with lunch from 12:00pm to
1:00pm unless other arrangements are made with Bureau Director.
I have read this job description and understand my duties as intake/probation
worker.

Title: Lead Cook

1. Description of essential duties and responsibilities
a. Assists in preparing menus that meet nationally recommended food
allowances and meets the requirements for the Child Nutrition School Lunch
Program.
b. Keeps the kitchen clean and assures that the food service meets all health
standards.
c. Assists with ordering, purchasing, and stocking foods necessary to meet the
menu. Places orders in the absence of Food Service Supervisor.
d. Assists with paperwork including food productions records.
e. Communicates with staff concerning special requirements for residents and
prepares special diets as directed by the Food Service Supervisor.
f. Prepares meals for staff and residents.
g. Prepares snacks daily to distribute to residents
h. Incorporates facility security procedures, continually works to improve
security procedures and report any security problems to the Food Service
Supervisor immediately.
i. Counts and logs all utensils at least twice for every meal served to Detention
residents and reports any discrepancies to the Food Service Supervisor
immediately.
j. Helps supervise the residents during meals when needed
k. Wears Detention issued shirt and closed-toe shoes. Wears hairnet or
designated Justice Center cap.
l. Acts as supervisor in the absence of Food Service Supervisor, be on-call
when needed, and handles extra activities or functions that arise in Food
Services Supervisor’s absence.
m. Assists in training new staff
n. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Food Service
Supervisor.
o. Comes to work on a regular full-time basis.
3. Qualifications for position: Must be able to fulfill state requirements for auxiliary
staff. Must pass background clearance.
4. Supervisory relationships: Reports directly to Food Service Supervisor. Lead
Cook supervises all kitchen personnel.
5. Skills and knowledge required: Must have working knowledge of the National
School Lunch Program and the Child Nutrition Program and the ability to administer
it. Must be able to stand on his/her feet for an entire eight-hour shift, and be able to
lift, push and/or carry 45 pounds.
6. Prior experience required: Must have at least 2 years experience in food
service.
7. Personal qualities: Individual should have sufficient interpersonal skills to work
closely with staff, outside agencies and residents
8. Amount of travel and other special conditions or requirements: Some local travel
may be required.
9. Hours per day or week: flexible 40-hour week.

Human Resource Manager

JOB TITLE: Human Resources Manager
DEPARTMENT: Human Resources Department
REPORTS TO: Canadian County Children’s Justice Center, Facility Director PREPARED BY: Human Resources
APPROVED BY: Director of Human Resources

SUMMARY: Works as a Human Resources Manager to provide support and services for the Canadian County Children’s Justice Center. Provides a full range of human resource services and support to departments within CCCJC, additionally helps other county departments upon request. Such services and support include, but are not limited to, employment, compensation, employee relations, training, and employee services.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: include the following. Other duties may be assigned:

1. The HR Manager shall assist in providing the Executive Team with information and advice on matters pertaining to human resources management issues.

2. The Human Resource Manager will assist in coordinating activities performed by the human resource department.

3. This position shall provide support for all recruitment activities. The Human Resources Manager shall offer direction and guidance to hiring supervisors and be available for consultation with human resource contacts.

Description of essential duties and responsibilities:

• Directs staff and operations of multiple functions within the center
• Plans and manages activities; formulates program goals and objectives
• Develops or assist in development and implementation of related policy
• Fosters communication and provides enrichment activities to enhance interdepartmental
relationships to build upon a collaborative spirit
• Interprets and administers pertinent CARF and OJA requirements
• Performs staff evaluations and ongoing consultation and development
• Assist in preparation of annual budget and monitoring expenditures
• Maintains contact with all personnel within the county that may impact program activities. Assist
and lead project management
• Maintains a professional demeanor and represents the center with conduct of a leader, practicing
good judgement and ethics
• Directs recruitment; selection and staff retention with departments assigned
• Ensures compliance with QA outcomes with regular auditing and swift action plans and training
• Model multicultural and LBGT sensitivity and knowledge
• Perform other duties as assigned
Education and Experience: Five (5) years of professional experience in a Human Service Discipline.
Masters Level, Licensed Professional.

Supervisory Relationships: Directly supervised by the Facility Director.

Skills and knowledge required: Knowledge of and ability to apply management principles and
techniques, theoretical approaches, juvenile systems, recovery principles and practices, trauma informed
and ethical guidelines. Knowledge of community resources, analytical skills, critical thinking,
interpersonal skills, oral and written communications skills. Candidate shall possess clinical skills, oral
and written communication skills, ability to develop strategic plans, ability to negotiate, mediate, and
provide conflict resolution, considerable ability to collaborate within department, agency and community.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of
those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions.
The noise level in the typical work environment is usually quiet.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be
met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle,
or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; walk
and sit. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required
by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust
focus.

SAFETY: The employee shall be knowledgeable about and follow Canadian County’s safety policies
and procedures. They should immediately report (i.e. during current shift) any accidents, unusual
occurrences, or any other safety-related issues to the supervisor. Canadian County is a Drug-Free
Workplace. All employees are subject to Canadian County’s Drug-Free Workplace Policy. All job
applicants are subject to a post-offer, pre-employment drug screen to determine eligibility for hire.

NOTE: The omission of specific statements or duties listed above does not exclude them from the
position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position. This job description does
not constitute an employment agreement between Canadian County government and the employee and is
subject to change by Canadian County as the needs and requirement of the job change.

EEO: An Equal Opportunity Employer

All job candidates must pass an OSBI background check and a drug screening. A good driving record is required for many positions. Most jobs also require that the employee be at least 21 years old. We offer an excellent benefit package and a competitive pay structure. Full-time employees receive county-paid insurance and participate in the state employees retirement plan. All interested applicants can utilize the application form link herein (directly below in yellow). For consideration, please submit your resume and/or application via email to HR@canadiancounty.org.

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CCCJC is an equal opportunity employer and a tobacco-free facility.

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