Employment

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Superintendent 

The NW Ohio Juvenile Detention, Training & Rehabilitation Center is actively searching for a Superintendent to lead and manage all operations of the detention center.  The NW Ohio Juvenile Detention Center provides juveniles with physical, emotional, religious, educational and social needs during detainment. Applicant must have Juvenile Justice experience and have experience in leading organizational change. Oversees work distribution to assigned supervisors. Issues written and verbal commands, instructions, and recommendations to personnel that are consistent with the Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention Center’s policy and procedures. Performs duties of personnel functions to include applicant processing, interviewing, employee evaluations, promotions, and human resources related functions. Develops the annual Detention Center budget. Corrects employees by identifying substandard performance or conduct. Conducts inspections of personnel, facilities, equipment, supplies and vehicles.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in appropriate discipline; 2 years of related administrative experience. Degree requirements may be satisfied by completion of a career development program that includes work related experience, training or college credits at a level achievement equivalent to a Bachelor’s Degree.

         5 years’ experience in Juvenile Corrections

Salary Range: $60,000 to $68,000

Interested applicants must submit resume along with an employment application.  For complete job description, e:mail Barbaracolon@nwojdc.com

Employment applications are due by April 10, 2019

Mail to: Northwest Ohio Juvenile Detention, Training & Rehabilitation Center 03389 CR 24.25 Stryker, Ohio 4355

POSITION VACANCY

Juvenile Corrections Officer – Full Time

Minimum Qualifications To meet employment eligibility requirements for appointment as a Juvenile Corrections Officer, a person must: Be nineteen years of age or older Be of good moral character (e.g., no disqualifying criminal history or violations of moral turpitude) Have obtained a high school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED) Have a valid driver’s license Have a good driving record Have reliable transportation Have and maintain telephone services for on-call or emergency recalls. Must be reliable and motivated towards helping others; be mature, patient and show evidence of personal qualities or character and empathy; be able to use good judgement, able to control temper, relate in a friendly manner and follow guidelines, policies and procedures; be able to work in close contact with juvenile detainees and must be able to work with emotionally disturbed and/or violent children. Officers work a flexible schedule that may include night shifts, weekends and holidays. Starting pay $11.85/hr.

Juvenile Corrections Officer – Intermittent/On Call

Minimum Qualifications To meet employment eligibility requirements for appointment as a Juvenile Corrections Officer, a person must: Be nineteen years of age or older Be of good moral character (e.g., no disqualifying criminal history or violations of moral turpitude) Have obtained a high school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED) Have a valid driver’s license Have a good driving record Have reliable transportation Have and maintain telephone services for on-call or emergency recalls. Must be reliable and motivated towards helping others; be mature, patient and show evidence of personal qualities or character and empathy; be able to use good judgement, able to control temper, relate in a friendly manner and follow guidelines, policies and procedures; be able to work in close contact with juvenile detainees and must be able to work with emotionally disturbed and/or violent children. Officers work a flexible schedule that may include night shifts, weekends and holidays. This job has the potential of becoming full time. Starting pay $11.85/hr. Applications are available online at nwojdc.com or at the center. Please submit a complete employment application to: Captain Jessica Croy 03889 County Road 24 25 Stryker OH 43557

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 dennisgreer@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) 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.