Salary Range: $23.73 to $35.03 per hour; $49,548 to $73,143 per year
***Positions may be eligible for the Corrections Employee Retirement Program.***
Work Locations:Positions may occur at Minnesota Correctional Facilities located in Faribault, Lino Lakes (Twin Cities Suburbs-North), Moose Lake/Willow River, Oak Park Heights, Red Wing, Rush City, St. Cloud, Shakopee, Stillwater, and Togo.
Job Duties: Under limited supervision, provide treatment services for complex and challenging cases in a sex offender treatment program, including the responsibility to provide a full range of treatment services, education, assessment and security. Serve as a resource of clinical and corrections expertise to less experienced staff and assist program administrators in program evaluation and development.
- Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Social Work or a related Behavioral Science or Social Science program and three years of post-Bachelor's degree experience providing clinical services, including individual and group therapy, to clients with sex offender, mental health and/or chemical dependency issues; OR a Master's degree in one of the above degree programs and one year of post-Master's degree experience as described above; OR a Psy.D or Ph.D in Psychology.
- Training and experience in providing behavioral health treatment, including individual and group therapy methods and practices.
- Demonstrated expertise in sex offender evaluation and treatment.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of professional, legal and ethical standards; best practices; and community standards of care.
Skills in verbal and written communication, including proficient documentation skills.
Interpersonal/human relations skills.
Basic personal computer skills.
Ability to provide lead work direction to other sex offender treatment program staff.
Ability to formulate and implement an individualized treatment plan; provide sex offender treatment; and develop a continuing care plan under limited supervision.
Ability to teach a psycho-educational course; effectively function within a multidisciplinary team; exercise sound judgment; demonstrate appropriate professional boundaries; and temporarily manage daily program operations.
Experience providing lead work direction to other behavioral health staff.
Master's degree in Psychology, Social Work or a related Behavioral Science or Social Science program or a Psy.D. or Ph.D. in Psychology.
Please note that a criminal history check will be conducted on the successful candidate for a position prior to the start date, and new employees must be fingerprinted within the first 30 days of employment.
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Affirmative Action/ Equal Opportunity Employer