Posted: Tuesday, September 12, 2017 2:23 PM
Agency: Juvenile Justice
Working Title: JUVENILE JUSTICE DETENTION OFFICER II :
Salary: 1020.79 Bi:weekly
Posting Closing Date: 09/19/2017
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THIS IS AN INTERNAL AGENCY OPPORTUNITY
FOR CURRENT DJJ EMPLOYEES ONLY
LOCATION AND CONTACT INFORMATION
LOCATION: HILLSBOROUGH REGIONAL JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER, 3948 WEST MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. BLVD., TAMPA, FL 33614
STARTING SALARY: 1020.79 Bi:weekly. (In accordance with current spending restrictions, an internal promotion into the position will be filled at the minimum of the pay grade or up to 5 of the employees current rate, whichever is higher.)
CONTACT PERSON: JAQUITA WHITE : (813)
This is a highly responsible position in the criminal justice system. The employee is expected to perform all the duties in the optimum responsible manner, demonstrate leadership by being a positive role model for staff, youth and the community, and treat all persons with dignity and respect.
Responsible for adhering to agency or facility policies and procedures. Responsible for maintaining a safe and secure environment for youth, themselves and other staff. Ensures the maintenance of an environment which is safe and creates an atmosphere that has zero tolerance for detained youth escapes, detained youth abuse, sexual harassment and inappropriate conduct by the staff with the detained youth (Red Flag Behavior).
Assists in the operation of a secure detention center, assuring the safe and secure custody of all assigned detained youth while ensuring that all detained youth are provided their constitutional rights with special concern for legal, medical and mental health issues.
Assists the supervisor to ensure that the detained youths services and programming are in compliance with court orders, rules, Departmental policies and procedures, and Quality Assurance standards.
Successfully completes training requirements to maintain proficiency on the proper methods for dispensing medications to the youth. Distributes medication in the absence of a designated medical health authority or a facility nurse.
Performs duties in Master Control, admissions, releases, and transportation, as necessary.
Supervises youth in all activities and maintains control of detained youth by giving directives, counseling and/or utilizing appropriate levels of verbal or physical use of Protective Action Response (PAR) as needed to properly control detained youth in accordance with the departmental and facility policies and procedures.
Inspects facility, youth, visitors and packages delivered to the facility for contraband.
Trains and/or coaches employees concerning their duties and orients them concerning facility policies and procedures.
In the absence of the supervisor, assumes acting supervisors role.
Writes reports and prepares required records regarding incidents, detained youth movement and noteworthy information, and ensures the documentation of all violations of facility operating procedures, rules and regulations, and state and federal statutes. Prepares detained youth for court appearances, and transports and escorts detained youth to medical, criminal justice, social services and judicial facilities as needed according to departmental and facility policies and procedures.
Uses security and emergency equipment to ensure the safety and security of the detained youth and the facility.
Completes 10:minute checks, 5:minute checks or
• Location: Tampa
• Post ID: 40783312 tampa