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Do you have excellent communication skills? Are you able to work independently and use good judgment? If so, Come Lead with Us by joining Washington County’s Community Corrections as a Community Services Program Monitor!

Washington County Community Corrections serves an important role in keeping our community safe. This department works to prevent the recurrence of crime among adult offenders by supervising them and connecting them with the resources they need to change problem behavior. Community Corrections supervises approximately 3,600 offenders using a range of evidence-based strategies, while working in partnership with the Courts, law enforcement, and the state Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision.

The Community Service Program monitor will coordinate, assign, and monitor the wok activities of volunteers, court assigned offenders, and residents of the Community Corrections Center. You will be responsible for guiding the workers in various manual labor work activities involving landscape and general maintenance tasks such as: litter control, mowing, brush cutting, weeding, sweeping, painting, cleaning, graffiti, large animal carcass removal, and other basic building, roadside, and landscape maintenance tasks. Additionally, this position requires the ability to lead a diverse group of individuals and be comfortable working with individuals from a variety of different backgrounds.

Education and Experience:
A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:A high school diploma or equivalent; AND
One (1) year of experience leading a work crew in building maintenance, landscaping maintenance, construction, or related work.

If you are interested in applying for this opening, please visit our website at www.washcojobs.org and search for job #2019-265 before the deadline of September 29, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.

To apply for this job email your details to Iyali_Osuna@co.washington.or.us






☆ Dont forget to tell your interviewer that you heard about this opportunity from the Urban League of Portland ☆