BERRIEN COUNTY JUVENILE CENTER
6414 DEANS HILL ROAD
BERRIEN CENTER, MICHIGAN 49102
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Updated: April 23, 2020
Job Classification: Assistant Supervisor
The Berrien County Juvenile Center is currently hiring to fill multiple Assistant Supervisor positions. The department requires the completion of their application which can be found here. They also require the completion of the IMPACT test through NTN.
Salary Information: $41,431.00 starting salary
Contact Information:Julie AntoniniExecutive Secretary269-471-2831 ext firstname.lastname@example.org
US Citizen: Must be legal to work in the United States
Ability to Read/Speak English: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several variables in unusual situations.
Vision: The candidate must test his/her vision at 20/40 or better (Corrected).
College: A bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences or related field, or 60 semester hours of college credit with a minimum of two years of paid, fulltime experience working with juvenile delinquents or adult offenders in the justice field, or with clients in the social service/mental health fields.
Prior Experience: See above educational requirement:
If applicant does not possess a bachelor’s degree, applicant must have 60 college credits & a minimum of two years of paid, fulltime experience working with juvenile delinquents or adult offenders in the justice field, or with clients in the social service/mental health fields.
Valid State Driver's License: Mandatory
Hiring Process: Upon meeting the above qualifications, the applicant must:
Working Conditions : Weekends are required. This position works on a rotating schedule.
Duties: Supervises the work of Juvenile Center Group Leaders, Youth Specialists, substitutes, or unpaid personnel on assigned shifts; participates in the selection, training, discipline and evaluation of center employees, volunteers or interns. Distribute or ensure staff distributes medications to residents as prescribed, implement medical treatment plans as ordered, and process resident medical complaints. Maintain optimal security and programming in the facility by monitoring the facility security camera system and communication system. Arrange and supervise transportation for residents to and from home, court, hospital, dentist, doctor, etc. Assist the Juvenile Center Supervisor on the shift as needed or requested. Provide direct and immediate feedback or corrective discipline to childcare staff; ensure the implementation and documentation of emergency procedures by staff as required. Ensure that behavior management system guidelines are strictly followed. Monitor and/or coordinate all resident population movement within the facility and necessary security precautions are followed. Serve as the designated person in charge of the facility in the absence of the Juvenile Center Supervisor, Assistant Director or Director. Other duties as assigned. The duties stated are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by a person so classified and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities.