NORTHWEST OHIO JUVENILE DETENTION, TRAINING, AND REHABILITATION CENTER
      Dennis Greer, M.S.W Captain Jessica Croy
    Superintendent Assistant Superintendent


*All employment application MUST have a notarized

waiver for the release of information form and
notarized urinalysis form attached to be considered*
 
Mail to:
Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention, Training & Rehabilitation Center
03389 CR 24.25
Stryker, Ohio 43557

*Download Application Packet*

Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention, Training and Rehabilitation Center 

 

Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention, Training andRehabilitation Center

 

 

 

POSITION VACANCY 

 

 Language Arts Teacher

Duties include providing academic instructions to detained juveniles and teaching them in accordance with professional teaching standards, program goals and structure.  Applicants with multiple licensure and/or special education licensure are encouraged to apply.  E-mail  brianpatrick@nwojdc.com for application and instructions for applying.

Juvenile Corrections Officer

(Part Time/Classified)

  Duty Hours: Alternating weekdays from 6PM-10PM

and alternating weekends from 7AM-6PM

(20 hours per week)

 Please submit an employment application, wavier for the release of information and urinalysis consent form by November 3, 2014.

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

To meet employment eligibility requirements for appointment as a Juvenile Corrections Officer, a person must (1) Be twenty-one years of age or older (2) Be of good moral character (e.g., no disqualifying criminal history or violations of moral turpitude); (3) Have obtained a high school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED); (4) Have a valid Ohio (or similar) drivers license; and (5) Have a good driving record, (6) Have reliable transportation, and (7) Have and maintain telephone service for on-call or emergency recalls.

Preference may be given to applicants who: have acquired a baccalaureate degree conferred by a college or university accredited by an accrediting organization; have one or more year(s) of experience in full-time corrections, or with a juvenile agency that deals with offenders, or emotionally disturbed and/or violent children; or those who have served honorably in the U.S. military.

 

HOME
MISSION
FEATURES
PROGRAMS
PARENTS
BOARD MEETINGS
OPEN RECORDS
REPORTS
EMPLOYMENT
ACCEPTING BIDS
Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)
CONTACT US