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10011 Taberg-Florence Road
Minimum Qualifications Transfer Opportunity:
One year of permanent competitive service as an Assistant Training Technician (Youth Services) OR
Two years of experience providing direct care services to court adjudicated youth in a residential facility
Responsible for conducting at least fifty hours of formal training* within the last two years to direct care services staff in areas such as “Crisis Management/ Physical Restraint, Standard First Aid/CPR or HIV/AIDS education. (Please submit a roster of formal trainings, including dates, titles, and hours.)
*In order to be considered as formal training, the courses must include structured lesson plan(s) and documentation of trainee attendance and successful completion of course.
Duties Description Responsibilities include training Crisis Prevention and Management (CPM), NY Model, First Aid/CPR/AED, Suicide Risk Reduction and Cut down Tool and other topics for the Division of Juvenile Justice and Opportunities for Youth (DJJOY), as needed. Conduct training sessions or portions thereof, focusing on developing or refreshing skills of direct-care staff, both in-facility and regionally, as needed. Coach facility staff in implementation and proper use of various skills and techniques. Prepare lesson plans, instructional materials, arrange classrooms, and demonstrate safety and restraint techniques. Work with facility Training Coordinator to facilitate the maintenance of training records, coordination of training space, and confirmation and participation of co-trainers, presenters and participants. Additional duties will be discussed in detail during the interview.
Additional Comments Prior to assuming responsibilities, participation in a three-week residential training program located at Parker Training Academy in Red Hook, a two-week training program at a Regional Training Center and various mandatory in-service trainings is required if not currently in an OCFS Bureau of Training and Development Training Specialist 1 or Assistant Training Technician position.
Travel may be required.
*Crisis Prevention and Management, Therapeutic Crisis Intervention or Safe Crisis Management training is also considered qualifying.
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52 Washington Street, 231 North
Notes on ApplyingQualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter giving the Title, Location, and EOA Number of the position being applied for. Please provide your email address and your work, home and cell phone numbers. In order to qualify you for the position when you have current or prior New York State employment, you may be contacted by OCFS Personnel for your social security number to confirm your employment history.