Correctional Officers - IPERs

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Correctional Officer Competitive Benefits - IPERs Wages: $42,764 - $63,377 Annually This position is located in Clarinda, IA. Maintains safety and security within an Iowa Department of Corrections correctional facility; supports department mission, vision, and values with integrity and commitment while preparing incarcerated individuals for successful community reentry; develops quality relationships and serves as a change agent when working with incarcerated individuals; performs related work as required. The work examples and competencies listed below are for illustrative purposes only and not intended to be the primary basis for position classification decisions. Work Examples: As part of a multi-disciplinary team, observes incarcerated individual behavior/interaction with staff, other incarcerated individuals, and visitors; communicates and documents observations to ensure effective security and consistent application of incarcerated individual change principles. Continuously interacts with incarcerated individuals, utilizing behavioral techniques to assist in the development of problem-solving skills, facilitating behavior change, role-playing, effective disapproval, providing positive reinforcement when appropriate, and instituting corrective measures through the effective use of disapproval. Patrols facilities and makes security checks; conducts rounds and incarcerated individual counts; inspects all areas of the institution and grounds for safety/security deficiencies. Conducts searches of incarcerated individuals, vehicles, packages, equipment, incarcerated individuals' cells and property for contraband items. With a balanced approach, instructs incarcerated individuals in rules, policy, procedure, expectations, and assists incarcerated individuals in the development of attitudes and skills necessary for successful adaptation to life within an institution and a pro-social lifestyle. Escorts incarcerated individuals, visitors, and staff inside/outside of the institution and verifies possession of appropriate passes or legal documents. Interacts with the general public, visitors, and victims in person or via phone. Provides information, security, and assistance. Role models pro-social behaviors that convey dignity and respect for
Correctional Officer Competitive Benefits - IPERs Wages: $42,764 - $63,377 Annually This position is located in Clarinda, IA. Maintains safety and security within an Iowa Department of Corrections correctional facility; supports department mission, vision, and values with integrity and commitment while preparing incarcerated individuals for successful community reentry; develops quality relationships and serves as a change agent when working with incarcerated individuals; performs related work as required. The work examples and competencies listed below are for illustrative purposes only and not intended to be the primary basis for position classification decisions. Work Examples: As part of a multi-disciplinary team, observes incarcerated individual behavior/interaction with staff, other incarcerated individuals, and visitors; communicates and documents observations to ensure effective security and consistent application of incarcerated individual change principles. Continuously interacts with incarcerated individuals, utilizing behavioral techniques to assist in the development of problem-solving skills, facilitating behavior change, role-playing, effective disapproval, providing positive reinforcement when appropriate, and instituting corrective measures through the effective use of disapproval. Patrols facilities and makes security checks; conducts rounds and incarcerated individual counts; inspects all areas of the institution and grounds for safety/security deficiencies. Conducts searches of incarcerated individuals, vehicles, packages, equipment, incarcerated individuals' cells and property for contraband items. With a balanced approach, instructs incarcerated individuals in rules, policy, procedure, expectations, and assists incarcerated individuals in the development of attitudes and skills necessary for successful adaptation to life within an institution and a pro-social lifestyle. Escorts incarcerated individuals, visitors, and staff inside/outside of the institution and verifies possession of appropriate passes or legal documents. Interacts with the general public, visitors, and victims in person or via phone. Provides information, security, and assistance. Role models pro-social behaviors that convey dignity and respect for
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