Okmulgee County Criminal Justice Authority
At Okmulgee County Criminal Justice Authority, our employees are driven by service, professionalism, and a responsibility to better the public good. Okmulgee County Criminal Justice Authority is currently seeking individuals who have a passion for providing the highest quality care in an institutional, secure setting.
WHAT WE HAVE
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $16.15 per hour
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Transports offenders via passenger vehicles and buses to various destinations such as courts, jails, prisons, medical centers, and other specified locations. Escorts offenders into surroundings requiring contact with judges, prosecuting attorneys, and other court personnel; hospital personnel such as physicians, nurses, and other medical staff; and the public. Contacts federal, state, and local police agencies and sheriffs’ offices within, and outside, of the state and maintains professional courtesy. Plans and executes all aspects of the trip/run including: inspection/exchanging information, search of the vehicle and security items, determination of amount and types of restraints, selection of necessary weapons, planning special security precautions, emergency and escape procedures, timing and routing of the trip, accommodation of the needs of the offenders, possession of all clearances and necessary travel documents, inspection and storage of offender’s personal property, and the assurance of a safe and controlled travel environment. Peace Officer assumes responsibility for significant departmental material resources such as passenger vehicles, weaponry, and communications equipment. Observes offenders’ activities to detect unusual or prohibited behavior that might be a threat to the security and safety of fellow employees, other offenders, and the public. Observes and immediately responds to all incidents such as assaults on employees or offenders, offender disturbances, or other situations threatening the security of the mission. Controls restrains and subdue disruptive offender(s) to prevent disturbances and possible escapes. Make prompt decisions quickly in both routine and non-routine situations including those situations that would be considered “life and death”. Follows organizational security policies and procedures. Maintains vigilant adherence to all departmental procedures. Places restraining devices on the offender(s) for security purposes and according to departmental policy and procedure, while transporting and assuring secure environment when devices are removed. Write clear and concisely, use acceptable grammar and spelling; write reports that are complete and accurate. Other assignments as required.
MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO:
Job Type: Full-time
Licensed Practical Nurse
Under supervision of the Health Services Administrator/ Director of Operations the Nurse Supervisor Coordinates all medical needs for inmates, including intake screening, medication, emergency medical and dental visits, routine medical visits and all records and medical policy formulation, maintenance, and assurance.
Under supervision of the Director of Operations, the Maintenance installs, maintains, and repairs the facility building structures and systems, including plumbing, electrical wiring and fixtures, machinery, equipment, electronics, vehicles,and grounds. The Maintenance maintains security and control of assigned inmate maintenance workers.
The Chaplain coordinates all religious services and related activities at the facility and does pastoral work, including pastoral counseling.
The Volunteer Chaplain, without compensation, will assist the Chaplain with coordinating all religious services and related activities at the facility. The Volunteer Chaplain will also perform pastoral work, including pastoral counseling.