Job Listing Detail
Listing Number: 9257-12169
- Applications must be received by Midnight Mountain Time on the closing date.
For more information contact:
PO Box 201301
Helena , MT
TTY: Montana Relay Service at 711
Local Montana Job Service Workforce
Riverside Youth Correctional Facility
State Application Required:
$19.83 - $24.79
Additional Salary Information: RYCF provides a fuel stipend of $20 per week for employees traveling further than 15 miles one way to work.
This position oversees treatment programs, activities, and personnel at the Riverside Youth Correctional Facility. This position develops, implements, and modifies multiple treatment programs to rehabilitate adjudicated adolescent females, meet facility population and security needs and promote successful public relations outcomes for the Riverside Youth Correctional Facility.
Successful applicant(s) will be subject to:
Criminal History Background Check
Driving Record Check
Clinical Program Management – manages multiple treatment programs, including chemical dependency, mental health, case management, anger management, sex offender, and aftercare programs to provide secure rehabilitation opportunities for adjudicated adolescent females. Routinely evaluates programs and certifies they conform to laws, regulations, licensing requirements, successful corrections practices and the agency mission. Researches, develops, implements, and evaluates new treatment programs, including efforts to treat violent youth and sex offenders. Modifies new treatment programs to meet agency and facility goals and achieve a successful balance between the need to maintain security and satisfy public perception and the need to provide essential rehabilitative treatment. Facility youth and behavioural file management.
Training Responsibilities – coordinates and delivers essential staff training, including mental health, adjudicated adolescent females manipulation, and intervention training. Serves as facility's licensed addiction counselor and provides opportunities for staff to obtain counseling or social work licensing.
Administrative Functions – supervises staff, coordinates work and training schedules, and directs personnel processes, including administering performance appraisals and responding to discipline issues and grievances. Participates in facility policy reviews and serves on committee responsible for assessing youth progress and appropriateness for release.
This posting is intended as a representation of the job duties of this position and does not fully represent the duties of the position.
Commitment to Task : Able to take responsibility for actions and outcomes and persist despite obstacles; be available around the clock in case of emergency; give long hours to the job; demonstrate dependability in difficult circumstances and show a sense of urgency about getting results.
Relationship Building : Able to deal effectively with people in order to get work accomplished; adjust own interpersonal approach to fit the interpersonal style/needs of others; recognize the impact of one’s behavior on others; utilize technical and business contacts to meet job responsibilities; network to reach specific influential people.
Integrity : Able to be tactfully and helpfully honest; maintain confidences; provide credit to others as appropriate; show consistency between words and actions; demonstrate respect for others, even in difficult situations.
Problem Solving & Analysis : Able to gather appropriate data and diagnose the cause of a problem before taking action; separate causes from symptoms; apply lessons learned from others who encountered similar problems or challenges; anticipate problems and develop contingency plans to deal with them; develop and evaluate alternative courses of action.
Communication : Able to clearly present information through the spoken or written word; read and interpret complex information; talk with customers or clients; listen well.
Education/Experience: Applicants must provide copies of education transcripts or certificates, proof of successful completion of one of the following education programs:
A) A baccalaureate degree in alcohol and drug studies, psychology, social work, counseling or other behavioral sciences field from an accredited college or university preferred.
B) An associate of arts or applied science degree in alcohol and drug studies, chemical dependency counselor or substance abuse from an accredited college or university with core Chemical Dependency courses completed.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to comply with and remain in good standing with the Montana Department of Labor and Industry Professional Occupational Licensing Board in regards to Addiction Licensure and Code of Ethics.
Supplemental Questions: None Required
Additional Materials Required:
State of Montana - 21 months ago