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Rehabilitation Technician (Recruitment Bonus)

Company: Idaho Division of Human Resources
Location: Nampa
Posted on: September 18, 2022

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Rehabilitation Technician (Recruitment Bonus) Print (http://agency.governmentjobs.com/idaho/job\_bulletin.cfm?jobID=3624820=0) Apply Rehabilitation Technician (Recruitment Bonus) Salary $19.30 Hourly Location Nampa, IDJob TypeFull TimeDepartmentIdaho Department of Juvenile CorrectionsJob Number17078NClosing 9/16/2022 11:59 PM Mountain + Description + Benefits + Questions DescriptionIdaho Department of Juvenile Corrections (http://www.idjc.idaho.gov/) To develop productive citizens in active partnership with communities!The Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections, Nampa facility is now hiring for full-time Rehabilitation Technicians.IDJC is always looking for enthusiastic, caring and compassionate team members to join our efforts to rehabilitate the youth in our care. If you are interested in a challenging and rewarding career where you can make a difference in the lives of youth consider becoming a Rehabilitation Technician. A $1000 hiring bonus is available to all new hires in the Rehab Tech family for a limited time! Those eligible must be hired between July 1, 2022 to December 31, 2022. Bonuses will be paid upon the successful completion of entrance probation.This job posting can be used to fill temporary positions, limited to 1,385 hours per year. If you have previously applied for this position, then you must re-apply under this announcement. Previous scores will not be used.What's In It for You?+ A full benefits package including, but not limited to, medical, vision, dental, life insurance, disability, wellness, and telehealth. Benefits start the 1st of the month following your date of hire.+ Health Care and Day Care Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) available.+ PERSI Retirement benefits and other retirement programs+ Paid sick and vacation that starts accruing the day you start, and 11 paid holidays per year+ Paid Parental Leave covering the birth or adoption of a child for up to 8 weeks!+ Permanent, full-time classified employment status after successful completion of an entrance probation.+ Coursework reimbursement available+ Paid on the job training is provided for Peace Office Standards and Training (POST) certification+ Are you a veteran with GI Bill benefits? This position is a qualified On the Job Training Opportunity for veterans and you may qualify to receive benefits while obtaining your POST certification. Learn more here: https://www.va.gov/education/about-gi-bill-benefits/how-to-use-benefits/on-the-job-training-apprenticeships/ Rehabilitation Technician's provide individual or group rehabilitative therapeutic services for delinquent youth and supervise youth in an assigned living unit. The ideal candidates are assertive individuals who are energized by working with youth. Our juveniles can be challenging, but the work is rewarding. Employees are required to model the behavior expected of the juveniles and influence them in their everyday work.If you feel your education and/or experience may meet the minimum qualifications for the training level of this position (Rehabilitation Technician, Trainee), you can view the announcement and apply here, https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/idaho/jobs/3624757/rehabilitation-technician-trainee-djc ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE CORRECTIONS, NAMPA (http://www.idjc.idaho.gov/facility-operations/state-facilities/jcc-nampa/) : The Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections has regionalized state services for juveniles committed to its custody, making it possible for most juveniles to remain close enough to their communities so parents and other key community members can take part in the juvenile's treatment. State juvenile correctional centers are located in Lewiston, Nampa, and St. Anthony and provide a full complement of services for youth who range from 10 to 20 years of age. Nampa is located just minutes from the capital city of Boise in southwestern Idaho. It is the second largest city in Idaho with all the amenities one would expect of an urban area while still retaining that home town atmosphere. Example of Duties+ Supervise and provide orientation to juveniles to ensure compliance with institutional policies and procedures+ Intervene in confrontations between juveniles+ Monitor personal hygiene of juveniles and provide training+ Assign and supervise housekeeping duties+ Monitor recreational and social activities+ Implement treatment strategy techniques and facilitate problem solving by juveniles+ Transport juveniles to other facilities, outside appointments, and work or community services activities.+ Employees are responsible for supervision and control of potentially physically aggressive juveniles who may present a hazard to staff and property if appropriate intervention or security precautions are not followed. Schedules may include weekend, evening, overnight work and rotating shifts. This position requires the ability to observe, hear, and communicate verbally with juveniles; intervene and control juvenile assaultive and aggressive behavior toward themselves and others; lift, transfer and care for juveniles in emergency situations such as an evacuation from a two-story dormitory, or in a situation where first aid/CPR must be administered.Minimum Qualifications+ Applicants must meet entrance requirements and become certified by the Idaho Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Academy for the Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections.+ Good knowledge of individual and group behavior of youth+ Good knowledge of recreational activities for youth+ Experience instilling values and motivating youth in learning positive life skills+ Experience using a personal computer to enter, retrieve and edit information.+ Willingness to: deal with violence, harassment, threats, verbal abuse; break up fights, control disturbances, and physically restrain offenders; perform searches for contraband and weapons; work alone unarmed among unrestricted offenders; work in a secure/locked facility in confined spaces; learn and follow department policies, procedures, rules, and instructions; set aside personal prejudices and be fair; work in high-stress, hostile environments; transport juveniles; become certified in CPR. + Must meet federal PREA requirements.+ Physical requirements: No hearing, sight, or physical limitations that would prevent performance of duties. For more info visit the IDJC Career page (http://www.idjc.idaho.gov/about/careers/) .Supplemental InformationGENERAL INFORMATION:**Your application MUST support your answers to the supplemental questions and include information on relevant work and volunteer history. Any applicant found falsifying their application and/or exam will not be considered for this position.**IMPACT ASSESSMENT: Applicants must be willing to take the IMPACT Assessment examination and receive a passing score in order to be considered for this position. Applicants will be contacted by IDJC to schedule this examination. In order to protect the safety of our vulnerable juvenile population, the Idaho Department of Juvenile Corrections requires incumbents for this position to pass a thorough background check including, but not limited to, a pre-hire criminal history check, post-offer drug screen, and an FBI criminal history fingerprint check. Applicants will also be required to complete a comprehensive self-disclosure application and personal history at the time of interview. CONTACT INFORMATION:Idaho Department of Juvenile CorrectionsP.O. Box 83720Boise, ID83720-0285WEBSITE:http://www.idjc.idaho.gov/If you have questions, please contact us at:(208) 334-5100EMAIL:idjcjobs@idjc.idaho.govEEO Disclaimer:Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. In addition, preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources.Applicants who are invited to take the IMPACT Assessment or interview may request reasonable accommodations by calling the Human Resource Office at the number above.https://dhr.idaho.gov/StateEmployees/Benefits.html*Benefits may not be applicable for temporary or seasonal positions. 01 IDJC POST 5/22. Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST) Certification Please select the best response below. + I have never held a POST certification.+ I hold a current POST certification; have previously held a POST certification in good standing; or have had a POST certification. reinstated by a licensing agency.+ I have been denied POST certification; had my certification suspended in another state or jurisdiction, denied, revoked or am unable to obtain certification in another state or jurisdiction.+ My basic POST certificate has been revoked by the Council in Idaho or licensing agency in any other issuing jurisdiction without reversal or rescission. 02 DJC POST 12/18. POST requires juvenile corrections direct care workers to be United States citizens. If you are selected for an interview, you will be required to provide proof of citizenship at time of interview. Acceptable documents are: U.S. city, county or state birth certificate, naturalization certificate, U.S. passport, Consular Report of Birth Abroad or Certification of Birth, or Certificate of Citizenship. Are you able to meet this qualification? + Yes+ No 03 DJC POST 5/20. POST requires that you are a high school graduate or that you possess a GED or equivalent. Are you able to meet this qualification? Should you be selected for an interview, you will be required to provide proof of education at that time. See IDJC website for a list of acceptable documents. + Yes+ No 04 DJC POST 12/18. This position requires applicants shall be a minimum of twenty-one (21) years of age. Do you meet this requirement? + Yes+ No 05 DJC POST 5/20. It is a POST requirement that if you have served in the military, you must have a discharge indicating honorable, uncharacterized, or general under honorable conditions to qualify. You will be required to provide this documentation in order to move forward. You must respond 'Yes' or 'No' if you have been discharged from active military service. Otherwise, choose 'Does Not Apply to Me'. If selected for an interview, you will be required to provide a copy of your DD214 for active military service, NGB Form 22 for National Guard Service, or Official Military Discharge Documentation for Reserve military service at time of interview. Are you able to meet this qualification? + Yes+ No+ Does Not Apply to Me 06 DJC POST 5/22. CRIMINAL HISTORY and SUBSTANCE USE. Have you been convicted of any of the following? If not please choose None of these apply. For a detailed explanation on what is considered a 'conviction' and on criminal causes for rejection go to http://www.idjc.idaho.gov/about/careers/. + I have been convicted of a felony where I was eighteen (18) years old or older at the time of conviction.+ I have been convicted of a misdemeanor DUI within the last 2 years or had 2 or more misdemeanor DUI offenses within 5 years immediately preceding this application.+ I have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime involving domestic violence within the last 5 years preceding this application.+ I have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of deceit or a misdemeanor sex offense within the last 5 years preceding this application.+ I have been convicted of a misdemeanor drug-related offense within one (1) year immediately preceding this application.+ Within one (1) year immediately preceding application I have purchased or possessed marijuana, cannabis, hashish, hash oil, or THC in synthetic and natural forms.+ None of these apply to me. 07 DJC POST 12/18. POST requires that you have a valid driver's license. Do you have a valid driver's license? + Yes+ No 08 DJC 5/20 - Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Juvenile Facility Standards. Have you ever been the subject of any of the following? A. Been the perpetrator of sexual abuse in a prison, jail, lockup, community confinement facility, juvenile facility, or other institution. B. Been convicted of engaging or attempting to engage in sexual activity in the community facilitated by force, overt or implied threats of force, or coercion, or if the victim did not consent or was unable to consent or refuse. C. Been civilly or administratively adjudicated to have engaged in sexual activity in the community facilitated by force, overt or implied threats of force, or coercion, or if the victim did not consent or was unable to consent or refuse. D. Had allegations substantiated against me for an incident(s) of sexual harassment, sexual abuse, and/or child abuse against another person. E. Resigned from a job where I was the subject of a pending investigation being conducted for an allegation of sexual abuse against another person. + No, I have NOT been the subject of any of the above.+ Yes, I have been the subject of one or more of the above. 09 Select the answer that best describes how you have gained good knowledge of recreational activities for youth ages 10 through 21 years of age. Typically gained by at least six (6) months supervising youth participants in outdoor or indoor games, scheduling and conducting tours and field trips, assisting scout troops in specific subjects leading to the award of badges (examples of experience can include being a volunteer, intern, coach, camp counselor, teacher, scout or 4-H leader, church or Sunday school teacher or as a PSR or paraprofessional working with developmentally delayed youth); OR completion of 2 college courses in recreation or physical education. This must be a formal organized role normally with oversight by a program manager or similar, where participants would sign up and the program, class or activity would have a formal start and end date and set hours. Taking part in sports or recreational activities or teaching your own or neighborhood children does not qualify. + A. I do not meet the minimum criteria as described above.+ B. I have six (6) months (two seasons) experience as described above; OR I have completed 2 college courses in recreation and physical education.+ C. I have more than six (6) months (two seasons) experience as described above; AND I have completed two (2) college courses in recreation or physical education.+ D. I have at least one (1) year of work experience in a youth rehabilitation facility in a direct client care position with responsibility for supervising youth participants in outdoor or indoor games, scheduling and conducting tours and field trips. 10 Select the response that best describes how you have gained good knowledge of individual and group behavior of youth ages 10 through 21 years of age. + A. I do not meet the experience levels described in any of the following statements+ B. I have at least six (6) months of experience (two seasons) as a counselor or advisor to youth, both one-on-one and in a group setting.+ C. I have six (6) months of work experience in a youth rehabilitation, correctional or treatment facility in a direct client care position with responsibility for supervising youth participants; OR one year of experience as a counselor or advisor to youth, both one-on-one or in a group setting; AND I have completed at least one (1) three-credit college course that addressed group and/or individual learning theory, childhood/adolescent development or group dynamics.+ D. I have a Bachelor's degree or higher in Juvenile Justice, Criminal Justice, Education, Social Work, Psychology or a related field; OR I have at least three (3) years of work experience in a youth rehabilitation, correctional or treatment facility in a direct client care position with responsibility for supervising youth participants. 11 Select the response that best describes your experience instilling values and motivating youth in learning positive life skills. + A. I do not meet the minimum criteria as described in any of the follow statements.+ B. I have at least six (6) months of experience in a formal leadership role supervising youth (paid or unpaid) and acting as a role model or mentor; such as trained Scout troop leader, 4H leader; coach for organized outdoor recreational/sports programs; Sunday school teacher, youth group facilitator, child care worker; client self-support position (teaching life skills to youth), PSR worker, school teacher, or similar.+ C. I have at least six (6) months of work experience in a youth rehabilitation, correctional or treatment facility in a direct client care position that included supervising youth, instilling values and motivating youth in learning positive life skills.+ D. I have at least one (1) year of work experience in a youth rehabilitation, correctional or treatment facility in a direct client care position that included supervising youth, instilling values and motivating youth in learning positive life skills. 12 Do you have at least 6 months of experience using a computer to enter, retrieve and edit information? + Yes+ No 13 Are you willing to perform the following activities? You must be willing to perform ALL of these activities in order to qualify for this position. A. Deal with violence, harassment, threats, and verbal abuse in high-stress, hostile environments. B. Break up fights, control disturbances, and physically restrain juvenile offenders. C. Perform searches for items such as weapons, tools, alcohol, drugs, tobacco, and other contraband. D. Work alone, unarmed in a secure/locked facility among unrestricted juvenile offenders. E. Set aside personal prejudices and be fair. F. Learn and follow department policies, procedures, rules, and instructions. G. Transport and work with juveniles outside of the facility. H. Physically restrain juveniles using appropriate control techniques such as Appropriate Use of Force (AUF) and mechanical restraints such as handcuffs and shackles. I. Become CPR certified, or maintain current certification. + Yes+ No Required Question AgencyState of IdahoAddress 304 North 8th Street Boise, Idaho, 83720 Website https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/idaho Apply Please verify your email address Verify Email

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