Employment

Thank you for your interest in employment at J Bar J Youth Services.

(Complete and return to employment@jbarj.org)

Benefits:

J Bar J Youth Services offers a competitive benefit package (medical, dental, vision, life, 401k) with eligibility beginning 60 days from date of hire for full time employees.

Current Openings:

GED Program Teacher

Position: General Education Teacher/GED Program Teacher Pod 300 Classroom
Department:    J Bar J Learning Center – J Bar J, J5 Program
Reports to:      Academic Director

The J5 Parole and Probation program is a 30 to 90 day treatment stabilization program working with male students ages 13-18 who are under supervision of the Oregon Youth Authority.  This classroom also supports a vocational program for high school/GED graduates. The program is located in the Deschutes County Juvenile Community Justice building.

Under supervision of the Academic Director, and the J5 Lead Teacher, the Pod 300 teacher will serve as a primary instructor for the year-round education program.  The classroom serves as a mechanism to prepare students academically and socially for success in their next school or work setting.   This position is a full-time, variable, 40 hours per week position.

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Educational Assistant

Position:  Alternative Education Educational Assistant, J5 Parole and Probation Revocation Program
Department: J Bar J Learning Center
Reports to: Teacher/Academic Director

Position Summary

Under direct supervision of the classroom teacher and the Academic Director, the classroom Educational Assistant will serve as a primary assistant in the year-round academic program.  The classroom serves as a mechanism to prepare students academically and socially for success in their next school or work setting.  This position is 8:30-2:30 M-F with increased hours occasionally for meetings and trainings.

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Case Manager – Street Outreach Program 

Position:           Case Manager – Street Outreach Program  
Department:     Cascade Youth & Family Center (CYFC)
Reports to:       Projects Director; Operations Director

Position Summary                                                                                         

Develop positive relationships with individuals experiencing homelessness to better understand their basic needs, especially for food, shelter and safety, and be able to provide additional resources within the community. Be a resource for creating positive referrals and tools including getting Oregon ID to increase access to health care, food, shelter and potentially employment. When appropriate initiate referrals to additional CYFC programs including emergency and residential shelter and the CYFC Basic Center. Create bridges to community resources and assist youth in accessing these resources. Coordinate resources, budget and funding, documentation and statistical input. Time will be spent outside directly working with individuals experiencing homelessness.

This position is a full time, 40 hours per week position with varying hours; includes days, nights, swing, weekends and holidays with a variable schedule. This position includes on call responsibilities.

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Teacher – Math and Science

Position:  Teacher with a focus on High School Math and Science      
Department: Learning Center
Reports to: Academic Director          

About Us

J Bar J Learning Centers is education services for students between the ages of 13-18.  J Bar J Learning Centers is accredited by Cognia and is registered with the Oregon Dept. of Education as a private alternative program. The campus is located in Bend. The students reside on site and receive their therapeutic treatment and academic instruction on campus.  Our educational program serves as a mechanism to prepare students academically, behaviorally, and socially for success in their next school or work setting. 

Job Summary

Under direct supervision of the Academic Director, the classroom teacher will serve as a primary instructor teaching high school math, science and other elective courses as assigned. The instruction model of the classroom is project based as well as proficiency based. Opportunities for professional growth in a supportive and collaborative environment.

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Resident Monitor – Night

Position: Resident Monitor – Night
Department: Grandma’s House
Reports to: Program Director

Job Summary

Responsible for the security, safety and supervision of residents through direct monitoring, active interaction, clear staff communication and security measures.    This position includes days, awake overnights, swing, weekends and holidays with a variable schedule.

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Human Trafficking Victim’s Advocate

Position: Human Trafficking Advocate– Human Trafficking Response Project   
Department: at: project         
Reports to: Program Manager and Community Programs Director

 Job Summary

The Human Trafficking Advocate will provide services to victims of human trafficking in the Central Oregon utilizing CYFC’s in-house services, contracts, partner agencies, and other collaborations. This position will provide outreach, crisis response on-call and service coordination. The Advocate serves as primary counselor and treatment provider for CSEC clients. Ensures daily needs of clients are met and assists them in working towards, understanding and implementing therapeutic goals and objectives as outlined in their individual treatment plan. Responsible for accurate and timely written documentation of services and data collection. Responsible for working with other J Bar J programs and community partners to assist with emergency and crisis response to victims of human trafficking.

This position also will assist the CSEC coordinator in gathering, tracking and developing a statewide service map to assist trafficking survivors.

This position is a full-time, 40 hours per week position with variable shifts including days, swing, weekends and holidays. This position includes on call responsibilities.

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Case Manager – J5 Parole and Probation Revocation Program

Position:                     Case Manager
Department:               J Bar J Boys Ranch 
Reports to:                  Program Manager

Position Summary:

Serve as primary treatment provider for juvenile offenders enrolled in a residential program. Assist youth in working towards understanding and implementing therapeutic goals and objectives as outlined in their individual treatment plan. Ensure behavioral rehabilitative services, hours met, appointments and other core activities.  Document appropriate, pertinent and timely reports. This position is a full-time; 40 hours per week position with variable shifts including days, swing, weekends and holidays. This position includes on call responsibilities.

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Resident Monitor – Day and Night

Position: Resident Monitor – (Both day and night positions available)
Department:  J Bar J Boys Ranch
Reports to: Program Manager and Resident Monitor Supervisor

Position Summary:

J Bar J Boys Ranch and J5 Parole and Probation Revocation are 24-hour residential treatment facilities for male teens that are in the care and custody of the Oregon Youth Authority.  Youth are adjudicated and may have significant behavioral challenges.  J Bar J assists residents in understanding the origins of their self-defeating behaviors and provides accountability based cognitive restructuring in a dynamic, strength-based environment.  

Responsible for the security, safety and supervision of residents through direct monitoring, active interaction and clear communication. This position is a full-time position and includes days, awake overnights, swing, weekends and holidays with a variable schedule.

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Resident Monitor – Academy at Sisters (Night and Day)

Position: Resident Monitor (Both night and day positions available)
Department: The Academy at Sisters
Reports to: Program Director

Position Summary

Resident monitors will provide overall supervision, (according to the program guidelines), of resident youth throughout the day and night hours. Resident Monitors will learn, understand and implement the ABCR Program model to encourage responsibility and accountability with residents. Resident monitors are responsible for ensuring the on-going safety of all residents and working together with co-workers to foster consistent implementation of program. Full-time or part time, days, awake overnights, swing, weekends, variable, holiday and flex schedule.

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