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Hiring Juvenile Correctional Officers (Brownwood, TX)

Texas Juvenile Justice Department

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611 FM 3254
compensation: Salary Range - $3,722 - $4,586
employment type: full-time
job title: Juvenile Correctional Officer
WE ARE HIRING FOR JUVENILE CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS AT OUR RON JACKSON STATE JUVENILE COMPLEX IN BROWNWOOD, TX WITH TEXAS JUVENILE JUSTICEN DEPARTMENT.

Thank you so much for your interest in the Juvenile Correctional Officer (JCO) position with Texas Juvenile Justice Department. We have multiple job fairs in May. We will be conducting on the spot interviews and assessments on these days. Please email me if you plan to attend so we can send you additional information regarding the position, school and event (elsa.young@tjjd.texas.gov). If you can’t make it we can schedule a phone interview and behavior assessments for a different day/time.

This position is for the Ron Jackson State Juvenile Correctional Complex located in Brownwood, Texas.

• Tuesday, May 14th, 10am - 1pm, Eastland Workforce Center, 112 S. Seaman Street, 3rd Floor – Suite 302, Eastland, Texas 76448

• Wednesday, May 15th, 10am - 1pm, Ron Jackson State School, 611 FM 3254, Brownwood, Texas 76801, HR Building, testing conducted after event

• Thursday, May 16th, 10am-1pm, Texas State Technical College (TSTC), 305 Booker Street, Brownwood, Tx 76801

• Thursday, May 30th, 10am-1pm, Brownwood Community Library, 600 Carnegie St, Brownwood, TX 76801

Anyone who can’t make it for the assessment we can still interview but schedule for assessments a different day.

You must be at least 23 years old and able to pass a background check, physical, drug screen and behavioral assessment for this position.

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, we train. HS Diploma or GED required.

This position plays an important role in changing the lives of troubled youth and helping them develop social skills!

Below are some great videos on The Texas Model and a documentary on our 2017 Gainesville State School Football Team.

• (YouTube) Texas Model Youth Stages: TJJD’s New Trauma Informed Approach https://youtu.be/YKtR_2y3pfw
• Titletown, TX: ‘All We Got’ follows incarcerated youth at Gainesville State School and the mentors that offer them a chance at redemption through football https://www.facebook.com/watch/titletownTX/1027628967427787/

Provides supervision and direct care for youth in a residential correctional facility. Works to help youth to achieve progress in learning and applying methods to identify and manage reactions to stress and trauma and react in more socially appropriate ways. Uses appropriate intervention methods in response to behavioral issues that seeks to aid in learning and correcting behavior. Maintains a consistent effort to ensure safe environments and employs security measures when youth, staff, or others are in danger. Interacts and engages with youth in ways that both maintain appropriate structure and exercise understanding of brain development in youth with complex trauma. Maintains healthy relationships and boundaries with youth and consistently recognizes progress and good choices made by youth.

Work involves facilitating youth rehabilitation, supervising youth, and coaching their personal development in accordance with individualized treatment plans.

To apply please go to https://www.tjjd.texas.gov/index.php/careers The location is Brownwood, Texas. The job title is Juvenile Correctional Officer III - V

Please email Elsa Young with any questions.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Thank you,

Elsa A Young
Texas Juvenile Justice Department
Human Resource Specialist III – Recruiter
elsa.young@tjjd.texas.gov

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