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

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

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title of position: Detention / Sanctions Officer
Description of duties and responsibilities:
• Supervises residents, keeping them in close proximity and in visual and auditory contact at all times.
• Supervises the chores of each resident and ensures that the detention facility is properly maintained.
• Provides input to shift supervisor regarding daily activities and incidents related to residents.
• Assures that residents practice proper personal hygiene.
• Assures that residents maintain their schedule.
• Develops a thorough understanding of all security and emergency procedures.
• Participates in shift change and ensures that all pertinent information is passed on.
• Follows all detention / sanction policies and procedures.
• Performs housekeeping duties in defined areas and ensures that the facility is clean.
• Ensures 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.
• Reports any maintenance problems to the shift supervisor.
• Is responsible for ensuring that the physical and emotional needs of the residents are met on their shift, within the defined parameters of the detention center.
• Performs other duties as directed by the shift supervisor or program coordinator.
• Must wear a county-issued shirt.
• Comes to work on a regular full-time basis.
• Attends scheduled staff meetings and trainings.

Qualifications for the position: Must be at least 21 years of age with a high school diploma or equivalent. Must pass a background check.

Supervisory relationships: Is under the direct supervision of the shift supervisor or the program coordinator.

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, be physically able to stand on his/her feet for an entire eight hour shift and have skills necessary to operate the security devices in a safe and competent manner.

Prior experience required: None

Personal qualities: Individual should have sufficient interpersonal skills to work closely with peers and residents.

Amount of travel and special conditions or requirements:
Some travel may be required in carrying out duties and training

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 schedule shift.

Description of essential duties and responsibilities:

  • Inspects the detention facility daily to ensure that standards of cleanliness, fire health, safety and security are met and reports any problems to the director on duty or call.
  • Checks the facility, appliances and equipment to ensure that everything is in good repair and reports any problems to the director on duty or on call.
  • Conducts a resident count at both the beginning and end of each shift.
  • Assumes responsibility for the keys of the facility. Ensures that all keys are accurately counted and present in the facility, twice on every shift.
  • Supervises and evaluates detention/sanction officers on their shift, reporting any problems to the director on duty or on call.
  • Responsible for dispensing medication to residents as directed by the medical authority.
  • Coordinates with teachers and the program coordinators on schedules and resident information.
  • Ensures 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.
  • Assumes responsibility for the residents’ property and clothing.
  • Communicates all pertinent information to the incoming shift.
  • Submits a supply list when items are getting low.
  • Handles problems with residents when they occur.
  • Trains new detention/sanction officers.
  • Is responsible for ensuring that the physical and emotional needs of the residents are met, within the defined parameters of the detention center.
  • Provides direct supervision of the residents, keeping them in close proximity and in visual and auditory contact during programs times.
  • Prepares all necessary paperwork including intake and release forms, daily logs, incident reports, medical reports, etc…
  • Performs housekeeping duties in defined areas and ensures the detention center is clean.
  • Develops a thorough understanding of all security and emergency procedures.
  • Performs other job duties as directed by the program coordinator or the detention director.
  • Must wear a county-issued shirt
  • Comes to work on a regular full-time basis.

 

 

 

 

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 resident setting.
  • Must pass background clearance and drug screening process.

Supervisory relationships:

  • Is under the direct supervision of the program coordinator and or the director(s).

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 resident/detainees
  • Be physically able to stand on his or her feet for an entire eight-hour shift
  • Have skills necessary to operate the security devices in a safe and competent manner

Personal qualities:

  • Individual should have sufficient interpersonal skills to work closely with peers and residents/detainees.

Amount of travel and other special conditions or requirements:

  • Some local travel maybe required in carrying out duties and training

Hours per day or week: 

  • Must be able to work a variable and flexible schedule
  • Must be able to come in on short notice if necessary
  • Must be able to work hours other than a regular scheduled shift.

Job Title: Tutor
Department: Children’s Justice Center C.C.E.C
Reports To: Director of Student Service

SUMMARY: The Canadian County Children’s Justice Center is looking for a Tutor for C.C.E.C (alternative school). The C.C.E.C of the Canadian County Children’s Justice Center provides students with extra help to reach learning benchmarks, pass classes, and prepare for tests. Assist in identifying the student’s strengths and weaknesses related to a subject, their learning style, their academic goals, and expectation from teachers. Teach by walking a student through their homework; ask questions to guide the student towards the correct answers while also showing the logic behind an approach to solving problems.

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

• Individual will provide tutorial assistance for students (individuals or small groups), grades six through twelve, in core subjects offered at CCEC.

• Help students with daily assignments and special projects and review for test.

• Assist teachers with grading and copying as time allows.

• Fill in as a substitute teacher as needed for absent staff.

• Help supervise students during breakfast, class changes, gym, and lunch as needed

• Come to work regularly as scheduled.

• Perform other duties as assigned

Supervisory Relationships: Individual is directly supervised by the Director of Student Services and indirectly supervised by CCEC teachers.

Qualifications: Individuals must have a college degree or high school degree with equivalent experience.

Skills and Knowledge Required: Individuals must have an understanding of adolescent development, characteristics, and behavior. The individual must know how adolescents learn. Must also have basic knowledge of core subjects except for Math.

Prior Experience Required: Previous teaching or tutoring experience is desired but not required.

Personal Qualities: Individuals should show patience and understanding towards students while at the same time maintaining firmness and control. Must be able to attend to detail and show initiative and dedication. Individuals must maintain strict confidentiality about CCEC student affairs.

Amount of Travel and other special conditions or requirements: None

Hours per day or week: Not to exceed 19 hours per week based on El Reno Public School Calendar.

NOTE: The omission of specific statements of 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 the Canadian County government and the employee and is subject to change by Canadian County as the needs and requirements of the job change.

EEO: An Equal Opportunity Employer

Description of essential duties and responsibilities:

• Helps prepare a menu on a weekly basis that meets the nationally recommended food allowance and Nutritional School Lunch Program requirements
• Prepares meals for staff and residents
• Keeps the kitchen clean, and assures that the food service meets all health standards.
• Helps with ordering, purchasing, and stocking foods necessary to meet the menu
• Prepares special diets when directed by the food service supervisor or the program coordinator.
• Prepares special diets when directed by the food service supervisor or the director(s).
• Prepares snacks daily for staff to distribute in the evening
• Prepares meals that meet requirements for the child nutrition program
• Incorporates facility security procedures in the kitchen program. Continually works to improve security procedures and reports any security problems to the food service supervisor or program coordinator immediately.
• Counts and logs all utensils at least twice for every meal served to detention residents. Reports any discrepancies immediately.
• Helps supervise the residents during meals and when needed.
• Wears Detention issued shirts and closed two shows. Wears hairnet or designated Justice Center Cap.
• Assumes any other responsibilities as directed by the food service supervisor or program coordinator.
• Comes to work on a regular full-time basis.
Qualifications for the position:

Must be at least 21 years of age with a high school diploma or equivalent, must be able to fulfill state requirements for auxiliary staff and pass background check.

Supervisory relationships:
Reports directly to Food Service Supervisor.

Skills and knowledge required:
Must have a knowledge of in the food service area. Must be able to stand on his/her feet for an entire eight-hour shift. Individual must be capable of lifting, pushing and or carrying 45 pounds

Prior experience required:
Must have prior experience in food services

Personal qualities:
Individuals should have sufficient interpersonal skills to work closely with kitchen staff, other peers and residents.

Amount of travel and special conditions or requirements:
Some local travel maybe required

Hours per week:
Will work a flexible forty-hour workweek.

Description of essential duties and responsibilities:

• Perform building inspections to ensure the quality of work, cleanliness of building, and to certify that safety procedures are followed, document, report, or correct.
• Order cleaning supplies as needed
• Schedule and perform monthly inventory of supplies; survey equipment within the Center and ensure that repairs are made in a timely manner.
• Replenish and distribute supplies and equipment in a timely manner to ensure the continued performance of custodial service and assigned locations
• Collecting and taking out trash and recycling
• Reports any needed repairs and or damages to maintenance supervisor
• Operates buffer, wax stripper, floor scrubber, mop, broom, shampooer and vacuum cleaner
• Maintain outer premises by watering plants, mowing lawn, weed eating, edging and cleaning surfaces.
• Operates central receiving
• Conduct periodic checks of all mechanical equipment and systems to ensure that they are operating and properly maintained
• Will evaluate any maintenance problem and determine his/her ability to complete the needed repairs and will make recommendations to the Director of Operations for calling outside repair services.
• Facilitate the custodial training for all new custodial employees; provide ongoing training as needed
• Complete cross training in all aspects of the operation of custodial services and maintenance
• Perform special projects as directed
• Perform other duties as needed
• Will come to work on a regular full-time basis

Qualifications for the position:
Must be at least 21 years of age with a high school diploma or equivalent, Possession of valid driver’s license; must pass background clearance.

Supervisory relationships:
Reports directly to Operations Manager.

Skills and knowledge required:
Must have a knowledge of effective cleaning technique and routine preventive maintenance; knowledge of cleaning materials, supplies, equipment, building fixtures and equipment. Ability to learn and properly utilize various machines/equipment especially as machines/equipment is upgraded; ability to express ideas clearly, both orally and in writing; ability to plan, train and provide work direction to other in a manner that is conducive to full performance and high moral of the employee; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationship with Center staff. Must be able to respond to emergencies and work in inclement weather, as needed; must be able to rotate between shifts, as directed.

Prior experience required:
Must have a minimum of 1 years of experience. Must have experience in custodial and/or building maintenance work.

Personal qualities:
Must be able to interact with peers and Center clients in a professional manner.

Physical Requirements:
Some standing, walking, moving, climbing, carrying, bending, kneeling, crawling, reaching, handling, pushing and pulling. Lift 10-40 pounds frequently, 40-75 pounds occasionally, and more than 75 pounds infrequently.

Amount of travel and special conditions or requirements:
Some travel may be required in carrying out duties and in attending training.

Hours per week:
Will work a flexible forty-hour schedule that will allow him/her to be on call for emergency problems; will come to the Center when needed to ensure security of the facility or to prevent damage to the facility.

Canadian County
Juvenile Court Case Manager
The Canadian County Children’s Justice Center is in need of person to work in the role of a Juvenile Court Case Manager. Preference is for an attorney licensed to practice law in this state with at least two (2) years’ experience in juvenile or family law.
As provided in Title 20 Section 128, applicants who hold a bachelor’s degree in the social sciences or related field from an accredited college or university and three (3) years’ experience working with court procedures, juvenile law or social work will also be considered.
This will be a full time county employee, to be paid by county funds. Otherwise, the provisions of Title 20 Section 128 will generally apply to this position.
The duties of the Juvenile Court Case Manager as set forth in Section 128 will be:
1. To assist the judge and referee by ensuring that juvenile cases proceed through the court process in a timely and effective manner by accurately tracking cases, ensuring consistent data entry, conducting review of open cases and monitoring open case reports to ensure compliance with all federal and state statutory requirements;
2. To increase the amount of information available to the court for its consideration by acting as liaison between parties, attorneys and other professionals and the referee and/or judge;
3. To encourage accountability and communication among professionals, parties, participants and attorneys; and
4. To perform any other duties necessary to assist the court in carrying out its judicial functions under Title 10A of the Oklahoma Statutes.
In addition, the Juvenile Court Case Manager will serve as Coordinator for the Family Treatment Court. In this capacity, the Juvenile Court Case Manager will:
1. Identify cases appropriate for Family Treatment Court by reviewing open child welfare cases and maintaining contact with workers from the Oklahoma Department of Human Services;
2. Meet with parents interested in Family Treatment Court to discuss procedures for the Family Treatment Court, and to review policies and contracts with them;

3. Obtain reports and information from service providers at the Canadian County Children’s Justice Center for weekly staffings; and,
4. Track cases and ensure consistent data entry and maintain all data related to the Family Treatment Court.
As a full time employee, the Juvenile Case Manager will be eligible for benefits provided by Canadian County.

Those interested should send a resume and cover letter to
Judge Bob W. Hughey
Canadian County Children’s Justice Center
7905 East Highway 66
El Reno, Oklahoma 73036

Resumes may also be emailed to Judge Hughey’s bailiff at amanda.edgmon@oscn.net.

Canadian County
Restorative Justice Program Coordinator

Qualifications:
The Canadian County Children’s Justice Center is in need of a full-time Restorative Justice Program Coordinator for Juveniles. Preference is for an attorney licensed to practice law in Oklahoma with at least two years’ experience in juvenile or criminal law. Applicants who hold a bachelor’s degree in the social sciences, criminal justice or a related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of three (3) years’ experience working with courts, juvenile justice, or social work will also be considered. Mediation training is preferred but not required.

Duties:
1. Aide the judge and referee in implementing the Restorative Justice Program.
2. Assess eligibility of juveniles and their victims referred to the program by courts, schools, probation officers, parents and other sources.
3. Meet with victims, juveniles, and other program participants throughout their participation in the program.
4. Serve as the facilitator for victim-offender conferencing, coordinator for family group conferences, and organizer for peacemaking circles.
5. Develop a database of services for program participants to utilize.
6. Monitor services received by participants.
7. Compile and maintain data on the effectiveness of the program.
8. Complete and submit program funding applications.
9. Recruit community volunteers for participation in the program.
10. Promote the program through speaking engagements throughout Canadian County.
11. Perform any other duties necessary to assist the Court.
Salary and Benefits:
This is a full-time position with benefits. Salary is commensurate on experience. Successful candidate will be an employee of Canadian County and will receive County benefits.
Apply:
Please send resume and cover letter to Judge Bob W. Hughey via email to Judge Hughey’s bailiff at Amanda.edgmon@oscn.net or by mail to:
The Honorable Bob W. Hughey
Canadian County Children’s Justice Center
7905 E. Hwy 66
El Reno, Oklahoma 73036

Application Deadline:

Canadian County
Restorative Justice Program Coordinator

Recreational therapists meet the leisure and recreational needs of consumers served by Canadian County Children’s Justice Center. They will develop, plan, coordinate, and approve activity programs for consumers in a behavioral health, educational, or residential setting, providing special activity programs for youth experiencing a variety of life experiences including trauma, abuse, delinquency and addiction. The recreational therapists will appropriately interact with all residents regardless of age, culture, diagnosis, etc. The recreational therapist will possess a creative spirit, have the ability to engage youth of any functioning level in recreational activity in order to restore, remediate, and rehabilitate. Recreational therapist assess clients, children, residents, and detention facility; plan and implement diverse therapeutic groups and evaluate treatment and recreational goals to reduce behavioral and mental health issues.

Recreational Therapist Duties and Responsibilities

Engage consumers in therapeutic activities such as, yoga, meditation, art, crafts, sports, games, exercise, outings, exercise, etc. to assist with greater well-being and coping skills.

Implement activity based interventions to enhance; self-awareness, confidence, socialization skills, and gain a greater independence.

Provide timely Recreational Therapy treatment plan and documentation of therapeutic recreational group.

Participate and provide feedback in treatment team, modify treatment for improved outcomes.

Plan activities and provide supplies for evening and weekend staff to assist with enhanced resident care.

Participate in rounding and proactively responds to consumer needs to improve patient outcomes and positively influence overall patient experience.

Contribute to a culture of Patient centered care by contributing to a healing environment.

Assist with Camp Hope activities, planning, etc.

Assist with center events and activities to enhance positive culture.

Other assignments as needed/requested from directors.

Recreation Therapist Skills and Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree / Certified Recreational Therapist seeking full time employment.

Hold a valid driver’s license.

Pass a Background check.

CPR and First Aid training within first 90 days of employment.

The ideal candidate will have experience in mental health/ substance abuse treatment group setting and/or inpatient residential setting, planning and administering recreational therapy to consumers; can work well with minimal supervision; has experience with curriculum planning, coordinating events and outings for consumers, has excellent organization, documentation and verbal skills; can work well with a multi-disciplinary team approach.

Working conditions

  • May work holidays and varying hours.
  • Activities in detention, group home, and educational setting.
  • Drive a Center van.
  • Handle With Care within 60 days of hire
  • Work outdoor in grassy area, and may be exposed to varying temperatures, humidity, or wetness during outdoor recreational activities.
  • Camp Hope Camp Site.

 

 

JOB DESCIRPTION

Title of Position:  Drug Screening Program (DSP) Technician

 

Description of essential duties and responsibilities as drug screening program technician:

  • Directs clients through the various procedures and policies associated with the Drug Screening Program
  • Collects and test urine samples
  • Ensures inventory is sufficient to meet demand of DSP
  • Maintains drug screening records, including client files, invoices, specimens, reports, results and control logs.
  • Administers alcohol breathalyzer
  • Collects oral fluid and hair follicle specimens when required
  • Types results and submits tests results and paperwork to outside agencies in a timely manner.
  • Prepares and packages specimens that need to be sent off for additional testing.
  • Preforms other duties as assigned.
  • Works as scheduled by DSP supervisor on a full-time basis.

 

Qualification for job:

High school diploma or equivalent and be at least 21 years of age.  Must pass background clearance.  Must pass certification exams mandated by Drug Screening Program’s lab service providers.

 

Supervisory relationships:

Report directly to DSP supervisor.

 

Skills and knowledge required:

The individual must have adequate visual and auditory abilities to perform job duties effectively.  Must have writing skills needed for completing paperwork.  Must be able to stand for at least 80% of their scheduled shift.

 

Experience required:

No prior experience required; however, a medical or healthcare background is preferred.

 

Personal qualities:

Must be able to maintain confidentiality to the highest degree.  Must be extremely detailed oriented, and not consider oneself above double checking themselves on a constant basis to ensure accuracy of all documentation.  Must be sensitive to the feelings and needs of DSP clients and must be professional at all times when dealing with employees, outside agencies and authorities.

 

Travel:

Minimum travel may be required occasionally to attend training or to purchase supplies.

 

Work Week (Hours each week):

40 hours per week.  Days and time determined by DSP Supervisor based on program demands.

 

 

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@ccjcok.org.

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

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