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Corrections Community Center Monitor (York Center) Commonwealth of PA York
Corrections Community Center Monitor (york Center)
Commonwealth of PA
Short Description :
And, if necessary, teaches reentrants in the practices, procedures, and methods of their particular trade Participates in the Accreditation process, as well as, internal and external inspections of the center Ensures compliance with Agency policies ,…
Full Description :
The Department of Corrections is seeking individuals whose primary purpose is to provide care, custody, and control of the re-entrant population assigned to a state-owned community corrections center and assist other staff in facilitating and monitoring the changes necessary for the offender's successful completion of the program. A Community Corrections Center Monitor is responsible for the security of the Community Corrections Center and controlling re-entrant and visitor movement in the Center at all times. Community Corrections Centers are staffed by three work shifts that cover the facility 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. If you want to leave work each day knowing you are assisting in preparing re-entrants for successful transition back to their families and re-entry to the community, this is the position for you! Beginning salary for this position is $16.99 per hour ($35,448 annually). Schedule/Other Information:
Work HoursDays and Hours to be Determined
40-hour work week
This position is eligible for full retirement benefits at age 50 or 55.
Resume is the required attachment.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK
Monitors individuals within the Community Corrections Center and controls re-entrant and visitor movement in the Center.
Conducts various types of re-entrant checks; supervises re-entrants participating in work details; exercises care, custody, and control over re-entrants; ensures compliance with Agency policies and procedures, administers effective discipline over re-entrants.
Searches re-entrants and all Center areas for contraband.
Administers emergency medical assistance to both re-entrants and staff, as necessary.
Uses various equipment and tools of the trade and, if necessary, teaches re-entrants in the practices, procedures, and methods of their particular trade.
Observes re-entrant behavior through one-on-one and group interaction, as well as through the CCTV system.
Writes behavior observations and reports, issues misconducts, and attends disciplinary hearings as required.
Administers and documents Breathalyzer and Urinalysis tests.
Maintains appropriate documentation and writes basic reports.
Serves as a representative of the Department for contact with law enforcement agencies and avails themselves to legal proceedings as required.
Participates in the Accreditation process, as well as, internal and external inspections of the center.
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE, TRAINING & ELIGIBILITY
Any combination of experience and training which affords the applicant the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the functions of the job. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is proud to be an equal opportunity employer supporting workplace diversity.