Human Services

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Description

  • Oversees juveniles to ensure physical needs are met and that the facility is secure and order is maintained.
  • Provides on-line supervision of juvenile clients under the supervision of higher classifications; gives practical advice or guidance to juveniles and keeps other staff informed of such.
  • Documents activities and observations using a computer.
  • Prepares incident reports; consults with co-workers regarding clients.
  • Instructs, supervises and participates with residents in daily work or recreational activities.
  • Assists other staff in providing and documenting activities.
  • Anticipates hostile behavior of juveniles and resolves conflicts; reports to shift leader; assists in crisis intervention.
  • Instructs juveniles on rules and procedures.
  • Checks for illness or injury; distributes meals, clothing and bedding as needed and assists with other necessities.
  • Provides fill-in coverage due to absence of other staff or additional staffing requirements.
  • Transports juveniles as needed.
  • Reasonable knowledge of juvenile behavior and human relations; ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written forms.

Qualifications: Click Here to view the full job description & qualifications

Job Status: Part-Time (On-Call Non-Benefited Position)

HoursNo Guarantee of Hours

Wage: 15.99 per hour 

Location: Roseburg 

How to Apply: Click Here to go online and apply with DC Human Resources 

Position Closes: Open Until Filled 

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