Civilian Jail Officer

Civilian Jail Officer

 

A Civilian Jail Officer is responsible for maintaining safety and security of the Bartholomew County Jail. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to: intake and release procedures, performing observation tower duties, medical needs of inmates, daily needs of the inmates and or the public, and maintain master control at all times.


REQUIREMENTS:
• High school diploma or equivalent
• Valid Indiana Driver’s License
• Must possess good communication skills
• Efficient in computer skills
• Available to work any shift including weekends and holidays
• Must attend and successfully complete the Indiana Jail Officer’s Course
• Be efficient in multi-tasking


This is a full-time position with full benefits.


To apply, contact Kim Rocker:

 

 

LPN-Jail

 

The Bartholomew County Jail is looking for a part-time LPN to be responsible for providing primary medical care for jail detainees and acting as liaison for other health care providers under the supervision of a physician.


The primary duties would include:
Screening detainees requests for medical care daily, providing assessment and treatment of medical problems; set up and dispenses medication as ordered, and maintaining an accurate inventory of all stock and prescription medication.


Reviewing activity and medical charts from previous shifts.


Type sick call list and pull related records, assist physician with sick calls and takes orders from sick call records.


Initiate and update records, pull records on releases and transfers and prepare the detainees master medical file. Prepare medical reports for courts and civil proceedings as requested.


Complete pre-physical screening of detainees, as required. Determine medical needs and provide and/or arrange treatment whenever possible; draw blood and review lab results, taking appropriate action as required.


Provide follow-up for detainees who have been treated for injuries or are receiving medications. Perform treatments as needed.


Refer detainees to physician's care as needed, assisting with services as requested.


Serve as liaison between physicians, staff and detainees, and contact dentist, mental health personnel and/or medical specialists for follow-up.


Maintain medication and supplies in stock, performing checks to discontinue any outdated stock and ordering new supplies.


Maintain inventory of needles, syringes, scalpels and other potentially harmful equipment, recording use of existing stock.


Perform periodic facility checks to evaluate any potential or existing health hazards, completing appropriate paperwork to remedy problems or record check.


Review diet orders, advising kitchen staff of any changes.


Conduct regular checks of first-aid kits, oxygen, AED, and equipment.


Assist physician with exams and performs special lab work.


Attend staff meetings.


Prepare and conduct first aid, CPR or other medical training sessions for Sheriff and Correctional personnel.


Respond to medical emergencies on a 24-hour basis, including providing instruction over the telephone and traveling to Bartholomew County Jail as the situation demands.


Perform related duties as assigned and required.

 

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Graduate of state-accredited school of nursing with current registration as a Licensed Practical Nurse in the State of Indiana.


Possession of or ability to obtain required training and certifications, such as certification in first aid and CPR required, training and/or certification in phlebotomy would be helpful, but not necessary, and training in handling suicidal behavior and hazardous bodily fluids.


Must be at least 18 years of age.


Ability to meet all employer and department hiring requirements, including passage of a drug test and polygraph exam.


Thorough knowledge of the theories, principles, and methods of the field of nursing, as well as knowledge of jail operations and procedures.


Practical knowledge of area law enforcement demands and the ability to take authoritative action as situations demand.


Knowledge of all local, state and federal laws applicable to jail health operation, with the ability to apply and enforce regulations as needed.


Knowledge of standard English grammar, spelling and punctuation, and ability to compile detainee information and prepare required reports, logs and charts.


Ability to provide a wide range of medical care and related functions, including physical examinations, immunization injections and a variety of lab tests, with the ability to evaluate lab tests and reports and make appropriate evaluations.


Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with co-workers, other County departments, detainees, personnel from other government and health care agencies, and the public, including being sensitive to professional ethics, gender, cultural diversities and disabilities.


Ability to provide public access to or maintain confidentiality of department information and records according to State requirements.


Ability to comply with all employer and department policies and work rules, including, but not limited to, attendance, safety, drug-free workplace, and personal conduct.


Ability to understand, memorize, retain, and carry out written and oral instructions, and present findings in oral or written form.


Ability to work alone with minimum supervision and with others in a team environment.


Ability to work on several tasks at the same time and work rapidly for long periods, often under time pressure.


Ability to apply knowledge of people and/or locations, and plan and lay out assigned work project.


Ability to perform arithmetic calculations.


Ability to attend training in security measures; handling of specific incidents, such as assaults, disturbances and discovery of contraband. Ability to occasionally work extended hours, and regularly work weekends and/or evening hours. Ability to respond to medical emergencies on a 24-hour basis.


Possession of a valid Indiana driver's license and a demonstrated safe driving record.


Must be available to work evenings and weekends.

 

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Truck Driver / Laborer

 

POSITION: Truck Driver/Laborer
DEPARTMENT: Highway
WORK SCHEDULE: 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., M-F
JOB CATEGORY: LTC (Labor, Trades and Crafts)

 

DATE WRITTEN: June 1992 STATUS: Full-time
DATE REVISED: July 2000, November 2015 FLSA STATUS: Non-exempt

 

To perform this position successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed in this document are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Bartholomew County provides reasonable accommodation to qualified employees and applicants with known disabilities who require accommodation to complete the application process or perform essential functions of the job, unless the accommodation would cause an undue hardship.

Incumbent serves as Truck Driver/Laborer for the Bartholomew County Highway Department responsible for hauling sand, stone and salt, and performing road repairs.

 

DUTIES:

Operates various hand and/or power tolls in performance of duties, including, but not limited to, hammer, screw drivers, wrenches, drills, power saws, air compressor and nozzle, ratchet, files, and broom.

Operates various machinery and/or equipment in performance of duties, including, but not limited to, pressure washer, grinder, drill press, cutting torch, welding equipment, backhoe, gradall, dozer, loader, bobcat, tractor, mowers, sweeper, semi truck and trailer, brine, sprayer, and grader.

Provides maintenance and repair of roads, culverts, bridges, and County owned property.

Loads, hauls, dumps, and/or spreads crushed stone, sand, blacktop, and salt from trucks as required for assigned projects, including road preparation for blacktopping and maintenance of roads during wintertime. Removes snow and ice from County roads, as needed.

Works on County roads, including sweeping and clearing excess rock, chipping and sealing surfaces for winter, and patching holes.

Regularly inspects trucks and equipment to ensure proper fluid levels, tire pressure, and mechanical functions, and arranging for repair with Department supervisors, as needed.

Patches, chips and seals roads; scrapes, grades, and otherwise maintains road berm and shoulders.

Installs road signs and assists with installation of culverts along County roads, including grading out ditches and laying rock.

Assists with Department maintenance as needed, including painting and cleaning garage, as directed.

On 24-hour call for emergency situations. Performs related duties as assigned.


I. SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:

High school diploma or GED. Must be at least 21 years of age.
Working knowledge of and ability to operate a variety of trucks and equipment, with the ability to use all required attachment parts such as snow plows, scrapers, and spreaders.

Working knowledge of assigned Department trucks, and equipment, with ability to safely load and haul materials, clear winter, roads, and complete related preventative maintenance and safety measures.

Knowledge of safety precautions and practices applicable to working with trucks and heavy equipment, and a variety of combustible materials, with ability to assure safety of self and others at all times.

Knowledge of standard English grammar and spelling and ability to read job sheets, maps, daily paperwork, fuel tickets, and work orders.

Ability to operate various hand and/or power tolls in performance of duties, including, but not limited to, hammer, screw drivers, wrenches, drills, power saws, air compressor and nozzle, ratchet, files, and broom.

Ability to operate various machinery and/or equipment in performance of duties, including, but not limited to, pressure washer, grinder, drill press, cutting torch, welding equipment, backhoe, gradall, dozer, loader, bobcat, tractor, mowers, sweeper, semi truck and trailer, brine, sprayer, and grader.

Ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing with co-workers and members of the public in a courteous and tactful manner, including being sensitive to professional ethics, gender, cultural diversities, and disabilities.

Ability to provide public access to or maintain confidentiality of department information and records, according to State requirements.

 

Ability to comply with all employer and department policies and work rules, including, but not limited to, attendance, safety, drug-free workplace and personal conduct.

Ability to work alone with minimum supervision and with others in a team environment.

Ability to work on several tasks at the same time and work rapidly for long periods, often under time pressure.

Ability to apply knowledge of people and/or locations, and compute/calculate, such as project material needs, square feet or unit price.

Ability to occasionally work extended, weekends, and/or evening hours, and travel out of town, sometimes overnight.

Possession of a valid Indiana driver’s license and a Commercial Driver's License, and a demonstrated safe driving record.

 

II. RESPONSIBILITY:

Incumbent is directly responsible for the safe and effective operation of assigned vehicles and equipment, as directed by supervisors and accepted safety guidelines. Specialized instructions and clarifications are given by supervisors in regard to unusual or difficult assignments, with the majority of work reviewed in progress to ensure proper work sequence and adherence to instructions. Care and skill are required in the operation of trucks and equipment to ensure personal safety and the safety of others.

Incumbent reports directly to Superintendent.

 

III. PHYSICAL EFFORT:

Incumbent performs duties on various terrains, with exposure to frequent jarring and vibrations resulting from driving over rough or bumpy surfaces. Lifting may involve heavy equipment or supplies, but is not prolonged or extreme in nature. Incumbent is frequently exposed to the hazards associated with working in heavy traffic conditions.

IV. WORKING CONDITIONS:

 

Incumbent performs the majority of duties outdoors, with exposure to inclement weather, dust, grease, fumes, and dirt associated with equipment operation and road repair. Safety precautions must be followed at all time to prevent injury to self or others.

 

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Survey Technician

 

Bartholomew County, Indiana is looking for a Survey Technician. Duties include:


• Processes field notes and records, enters and analyzes field data in computer, prepares maps and drawings, and completes related reports and documentation, as required.
• Assists Survey Crew Chief with maintaining county section corners and collecting survey field data, sets traverse points, reties section corners to physical features, and assists with measuring distances, angles, and other survey functions as directed.
• Assists Survey Crew Chief with surveys for county properties, county roads/rights of way, legal drains, and other construction projects.
• Collects and reviews plats, deeds, surveys, legal descriptions, highway plans, and other property records for entry in the computer system; constructs and/or re-constructs plats, checks for parcel gaps, overlaps, and other discrepancies, and labels parcels, lines, roads, and map numbers. Plots final maps upon completion.


Requirements:


• Must have a working knowledge of AutoCAD.
• Associate’s Degree preferred but not required.
• Working knowledge of plats, deeds, surveys, legal descriptions, highway plans, and other property records, with ability to research records, recognize discrepancies, and prepares plat maps accordingly.
• Ability to operate state of the art field survey equipment and hand/power tools.
• Possession of a valid driver’s license and demonstrated safe driving record.

 

To apply, send resume to:

 

 

Drug Program

 

This is a new and unique opportunity in Bartholomew County. We are looking for someone with the desire to create a full drug treatment program within our jail to help people move forward in their lives. If you are looking to put your talents to use developing a new program from scratch and see the results you create, this may be for you. The position will require you to counsel inmates away from the general population and help them with their addiction, find jobs, develop life skills, parenting skills, leadership development, communication skills, and family education. You will be using your skills and experience to create, develop, and implement a program from the beginning stages. There will also be opportunities for you to reach out to provide education programs.

 

DUTIES:

Maintains appropriate policies and procedures for JATP, maintaining strong professional ethics and knowledge, while understanding and complying with legal and ethical principles of the criminal justice system and social work/counseling ethics.

 

Assists with the development, implementation, and maintenance of the evidence based programming which includes cognitive behavioral therapy programing that focuses on: life skills, parenting skills, leadership development, communication skills, job preparation, after care plan and family education.

 

Provides therapeutic assessments, case management plans, after care plans and discharge summaries in compliance with professional standards on each JATP participant. Assists with data collection and research as needed.

 

Provides appropriate individual counseling to the JATP participants. Follows through with individual counseling, while following ethical and professional standard, and provide appropriate documentation on each individual in compliance with case management plans. Will participate in regular clinical supervision.

 

Completes all necessary paperwork for interaction with participants including, but not limited to, assessments, progress notes, treatment plans, reviews of progress, release of information and aftercare plans.

 

Provides group counseling for JATP that is based on cognitive behavioral therapy programming that promotes the goals and objectives of the program and provides individual and group counseling with scope of practices.

 

Implements and maintains monthly family education programing for participants, significant others and family to provide information about substance abuse, cognitive behavioral therapy programming, JATP and community resources in conjunction with the Court Services, Jail Staff, and the Judge, as appropriate.

 

Assists with the implementation and maintains monthly alumni program for JATP participants, incorporating program objectives and promoting rehabilitation and accountability.

 

Works effectively with other treatment providers, and Court Services to assure appropriate JATP counseling and programming occurs on a timely scheduled basis.

 

Maintains professional standards in all communications, confidentiality, dress code and ethics. Provides model of responsible behavior for JATP participants, court participants and all other community and job-related contacts.

 

Maintains a working knowledge of counseling, criminal justice and court ethical standards. Work with the courts, Court Services Director, and JATP Director to assure ethical standards are followed and incorporated into policies, procedures and daily activities.

 

Participates in community education programs, including school presentations, and community interactions with JATP in coordination with Court Services.

 

Communicates effectively with Jail Commander while following chain of command and assures JATP and participants are in compliance with all jail policies.

 

Maintains professional relationships with other JATP Counselors and communicates effectively to promote the objectives of JATP and other specialized Court Programs.

 

Participates in future program development, including coordination of services with Court Services, Courts, and the Jail Commander.

 

Meets regularly with the Judge, Court Services Director, and others are directed by the Courts to assure JATP program objectives and substance abuse issues are addressed effectively within Court’s resources.

 

Maintains a working knowledge base and incorporates special issues with substance abuse into program. Participate in continuing education and trainings in compliance with licensure and Program Director.

 

Performs related duties as assigned and/or required by law.


I. JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Master of Science in Social Work or equivalent social services discipline from an accredited graduate school with minimum of three (3) years post graduate work experience.

 

Possession of State licensure as one of the following LCSW, LPC, LCAC, CADAC, and certification as an addiction specialist.

 

Ability to comply with all employer and department hiring requirements, including passage of a drug test.

 

Expertise knowledge in addiction treatment methods, and ability to function in and facilitate a variety of treatment modalities, including group therapy, individual therapy, family therapy and multi-family group therapy.

 

Working knowledge of cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy programming, with emphasis place on effective assessment, treatment planning and development of aftercare plans.

 

Working knowledge of leadership skills with high level of initiative and the ability to work as a liaison with other counselors, case managers, community resources, and Court Services in coordination with Court program goals and objectives.

 

Thorough knowledge of standard policies and practices of Probation operations, with ability to accurately complete required reports, make recommendations to the Court, and apply and adapt procedures as cases demand.

 

Thorough knowledge of local, state and federal laws applicable to Department operations, with the ability to apply and enforce regulations as needed.

 

Working knowledge of standard office procedures and department computer software programs. The ability to apply such knowledge to a variety of interrelated processes, tasks and operations.

 

Working knowledge of Standard English grammar, spelling and punctuation, and the ability to prepare correspondence and written reports with established deadlines.

 

Knowledge of basic filing systems and the ability to create and maintain accurate and complete department files and records.

 

Knowledge of budget and grant writing administration and ability to perform arithmetic calculations to assist in preparation of budget and grant applications, as required.

 

Ability to operate standard office equipment, such as a computer, calculator, fax machine, copier and scanner.

 

Ability to effectively communicate orally and in a written manner with co-workers, other county departments, lawyers, judges, program participants, outside treatment agencies, including being sensitive to professional ethics, gender, cultural diversity and disabilities.

 

Ability to provide public access to or maintain confidentiality of department information and records according to State requirements.


Ability to comply with all employer and department policies, including but not limited to, attendance, safety, drug-free workplace and personal conduct.

 

Ability to competently serve the public with diplomacy and respect, including occasional encounters with irate/hostile persons.

 

Ability to effectively interview and work with individuals to examine histories, determine appropriate program conditions/treatment levels, coordinate schedules, verify compliance and assist with completion of all program requirements.

 

Ability to understand, memorize, retain and carry out oral and written instructions and present findings in oral or written form.

Ability to compare or observe similarities and differences in data, people and things, compile, collate or classify data, analyze and evaluate data, and make determinations based on data analysis.

 

Ability to compute, perform arithmetic operations, such as measuring, figuring and tabulating test/survey results, developing operating budget or determining charges.

 

Ability to work alone with minimum supervision and with others in a team environment.

 

Ability to work on several tasks at the same time and work rapidly for long periods of time, often under time pressure.

 

Ability to apply knowledge of people and/or locations, and plan and layout assigned work projects.

 

Ability to regularly work extended hours, and occasionally travel out of town for training, sometimes overnight.

 

Ability to occasionally respond to emergencies on a 24-hour basis.

 

Possession of a valid Indiana driver’s license and a demonstrated safe driving record.

 

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Food Service Worker

 

FULL TIME


FOOD SERVICE WORKER


Bartholomew County


2019


The cook prepares meals for Bartholomew County Jail and Residential Center. This position is responsible for but not limited to: preparation of 830 +/- meals a day, assisting with the cleanliness of the kitchen, equipment and other related duties as assigned.


BENEFITS
o 80/20 Health Insurance
o Twelve(12) vacation days after one year
o Six (6) sick days yearly
o Six (6) personal days yearly
o Floating County Holidays yearly (average of ten (10)
o Various other insurance you may purchase, eyes, dental, etc.
o PERF retirement, County contributes 3% of annual salary

MISCELLANEOUS REQUIREMENTS / INFORMATION

o High School Diploma or equivalent
o Valid Indiana Driver’s License
o Must possess excellent communication skills
o Be efficient in multi-tasking
o Must retain any certifications held when hired and any received during employment
o Must pass pre-hire drug test
o Must pass polygraph examination
o Adhere to Department policies and procedures
o Available for any shift, including weekends and Holidays
PAY RANGE
o $28,178.54 TO $30,178.46


PART TIME


FOOD SERVICE WORKER

 

Bartholomew County


2019


The cook prepares meals for Bartholomew County Jail and Residential Center. This position is responsible for but not limited to: preparation of 830 +/- meals a day, assisting with the cleanliness of the kitchen, equipment and other related duties as assigned.
Up to 28 hours a week.


PAY RANGE
$12.00 TO $13.49

Emergency 911 Dispatcher

The Bartholomew County 911 Emergency Operations Center has a current opening for a Full-Time Emergency 911 Dispatcher.
Emergency 911 Dispatchers are Public Safety Professionals with the primary assignment of performing work in the protection of life and property through emergency communications.


Emergency 911 Dispatchers are required to:

     • Answer incoming emergency telephone communication lines and acquire pertinent information for dispatching emergency response groups.
     • Dispatch appropriate police, fire, rescue and emergency medical response agencies to emergency situations.
     • Provide medical instructions (as needed) prior to the arrival of medical personnel.
     • Manage radio communications.
     • Operate a Computer Aided Dispatch System (CAD).
     • Maintain the status of all police units, emergency response agencies and command personnel during emergency situations.
     • Maintain appropriate certifications.


Emergency 911 Dispatchers must:
     • Be calm and even-tempered
     • Be decisive
     • Be able to process incomplete information, quickly assess the situation and provide an appropriate response of emergency agencies
     • Be able to work independently and as part of a team
     • Be assertive, professional, self-confident and mature
     • Have exceptional speaking and listening skills
     • Be dependable and reliable


Emergency 911 Dispatchers Tier 1 beginning pay (5 Tiers):
     • Tier 1: (2017) $32,075 - $36,075


Benefits:
     • Vacation Days/Personal Days/Comp. Days/Sick Days/Holidays
     • Premium Shift Pay for 2nd & 3rd Shifts (Additional $1.25/hour)
     • Insurance
     • Job Security


Interested Applicants must:
     • Must submit to a written typing test, basic skills computer test, and a basic listening skills test
     • Pass a criminal history check, background investigation, polygraph examination and drug screen
     • Be available to work 1st, 2nd and 3rd shifts
     • Work every other weekend

 

To apply, please send resume to

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Sheriff

 

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