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Youth Division Aide 2 (Hourly)

Maintain facility security. Key control. Perimeter inspections. Vehicle and visitor checks for contraband. Camera surveillance of facility. Monitor movement throughout the facility. Youth Division Aides are required to attend training in approved Office of Children and Family Services restraint techniques two times a year (four hours each). Additional duties will be discussed in detail during the interview.
Job Function
Maintain facility security. Key control. Perimeter inspections. Vehicle and visitor checks for contraband. Camera surveillance of facility. Monitor movement throughout the facility. Youth Division Aides are required to attend training in approved Office of Children and Family Services restraint techniques two times a year (four hours each). Additional duties will be discussed in detail during the interview.
Salary Range: From $17.27 to $17.27 Hourly
Minimum Qualification
One year of satisfactory full time experience in the care and programming of youth under 21 years of age; Or one year of full time experience in the care, programming and/or secure custody of residential clients in a health care, mental hygiene or correctional institutional setting; Or high school graduation or equivalency diploma. Appropriate verifiable part-time experience will be accepted on a prorated basis. Direct -care experience with youth involved in the juvenile justice system or in an institutional, camp, school, community center, youth rehabilitation program, or residential center. Satisfactory completion of the probation period must include possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license and the ability to operate a motor vehicle legally in New York State. These positions exist in secure, limited secure and residential programs operated by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services. Anticipated vacancies are located throughout the state. The nature of this position requires shift, weekend, holidays, and overtime assignment, including mandatory overtime.

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