Case Manager/Program Coordinator

Closing Date: June 14th, 2019

Job description

Salary Range: $49,349.55 to $59,984.69

FLSA: Non-Union


Case Manager/Program Coordinator


Detention Manager


Position works in collaboration with the Juvenile Detention Management team to develop and implement programmatic case management plans for youth placed in the NORCOR Juvenile facility. This is responsible for service delivery of cognitive based interventions for youth. This position coordinates information sharing, services and planning within the facility, external youth serving agencies, and the Oregon Youth Authority.



Desired Attributes/Application Scoring Criteria

In addition to your related work experience and education, we will use the attributes below to determine whom to interview. You are not required to have all of these attributes, but please make sure that the ones you do have are clearly demonstrated in your application materials. Your application materials may be graded on spelling, grammar, punctuation, and presentation.


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully, perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Work is generally performed indoors in a secure juvenile detention facility and is essentially sedentary in nature. The work requirements include the ability to see, talk and hear, sit and stand, and use hands to control tools; reach with hands and arms and lift or move (50) fifty pounds. Some work assignments directly involve the safety and security of the facility and may require immediate decision making. The facility operates 24 hours a day and hours of work may include days, evenings, nights, weekends and holidays.


Detention facilities are unique by nature. Communications may be by electronic means, requiring visual and audio queues and codes. The noise level in the work place is usually moderate but is unpredictable, and can escalate to a loud level of abusive verbal sounds and terminology. There may also be occasional occurrences of speaker systems, percussion and abrasive sounds, alarms and recreational sounds.

There may also be the presence of various potentially contagious bacteria or viruses as well as the possibility of blood borne pathogens. The level of security is usually secured, but there could be situations where the safety of the employee is compromised, employees could be exposed to threats, and abusive language toward self, family and co-workers.