? Develop and maintain professional working relationships with the courts, social service agencies, human service centers, and other relevant agencies within the community.
? Compile and analyze information to assess the needs of youth.
? Develop, implement, and monitor individual treatment programs.
? Arrange, facilitate, and monitor placements.
? Provide community-based correction services to youth through Community Placement Agreement and the Treatment and Rehabilitation Plan.
? Provide follow up to emergency services to youth and family; provide appropriate follow-up if necessary.
? Assess need for individual, family, and group counseling referrals and coordinate with service providers.
? Testify in court advocating in the best interest of the youth and work with concerned parties during the hearing process.
? Prepare documents and maintain files to complete case documentation required by the central office, court, county social services, and other agencies involved in the youth program.
? Complete time logs as part of targeted case management.
? Function as a community liaison for the Division of Juvenile Services.
? Provide crisis intervention and emergency services to youth and family; on existing case load as well as those cases supervised by the technician position.
? Provide guidance to technician regarding daily operational decisions.
Provide training and mentoring to staff.
? Manage caseload of the most complex, intense, and unusual cases, to include hard to place youth.
? Hire, supervise, and evaluate regional administrative staff.
? Conduct quality assurance measures including annual statewide file audits and reviewing cases.
? Serve as a statewide liaison to ensure cooperative efforts in providing services to juveniles.
? Provide input regarding service needs of the division.
Work with Day Treatment facilities statewide.
Assist Director of Assesment.
? In the absence of the Deputy Director, may be designated as the acting Deputy Director.
Requires a bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, counseling, sociology, criminal justice, juvenile justice, or closely related field and three years of work experience as a Juvenile Corrections Specialist. A master's degree in one of the above fields may substitute for one year of the work experience requirement.
All applications for open DOCR positions must be made via the Careers site. Paper submissions will not be accepted. Application materials must be received by 11:59 PM on the closing date listed above. All potential applicants must attach and/or upload the following documents:
Application materials must clearly explain how experience and education are related to the minimum qualifications and job duties.
Contact Meagan Miller, firstname.lastname@example.org/ 701-667-1465 or TTY 800-366-6888 for more information or assistance in the application or interview process.
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