35020 - Group Supervisor Assistant
The Group Supervisor Assistant provides immediate supervision to Security Counselors and Security Counselor Leads within the Minnesota Sex Offender Program (MSOP) located in Moose Lake. The Minnesota Sex Offender Program serves people who are court-ordered to receive sex offender treatment which includes education programming, therapeutic recreation, vocational programming and volunteer services. The Group Supervisor Assistant is responsible for maintaining the ongoing safety and security of the units. Providing quality care in a safe and secure environment is paramount.
Primary Responsibilities Include:
• Supervising and assisting in staffing of residential services to ensure qualified staff are assigned to work areas
• Establishing service delivery expectations as well as the safety and security of the facility as defined by program policies and procedures
To qualify you must have:
• A minimum of one year supervisory experience in a secure environment providing direct supervision of security or patient/client care programs to patients/clients committed as sexual psychopathic personalities, sexually dangerous persons, mentally ill and dangerous, or with developmental disabilities, who present a risk to public safety;
• A minimum of two years leadwork or professional experience in a secure environment providing counseling, rehabilitative patient care, or direction of client care programs for patients committed as sexual psychopathic personalities, sexually dangerous persons, mentally ill and dangerous, or with developmental disabilities who present a risk to public safety. A Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement, Rehabilitation Therapy, Health Sciences, Behavioral Sciences or a related field may be substituted for 6 months of experience at this level OR one year of supervisory experience may be substituted for a maximum of 6 months of experience at this level. (NOTE: Supervisory experience does not need to be within a secure environment).
The Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS) helps provide essential services to Minnesota's most vulnerable residents. Working with many others, including counties, tribes and non-profits, DHS helps ensure that Minnesota seniors, people with disabilities, children and others meet their basic needs and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.
At DHS our goal is to meet people where they are at, and focus on outcomes to improve life situations, and to get people the help they need so they can reach their full potential.