Kane County Court Services is seeking youth counselor and detention workers at the regionally acclaimed Juvenile Justice Center.
JJC officials say the position offers competitive wages, excellent benefits and flexible shifts, and is a great fit for people who want to give back to their community and have a positive impact on the lives of youths.
“We’re looking for people with a bachelor’s degree and a positive attitude who have conflict resolution skills, love working with kids and thrive in a team environment,” officials said in a news release.
According to the job description posted on the Kane County website, the salary for the 40-hour-a-week position is $44,387 per year.
Applicants are asked to submit a Kane County application, cover letter, resume and pre-interview questionnaire.
Anyone with questions should contact Kerri Brummel, administrative assistant of the Kane County Judicial Center.
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As of Sept. 28, there are 26 positions now posted on the Kane County government employment page, ranging from Resource Management Coordinator to 9-1-1 Telecommunicator to Billingual Advocate-Child Advocacy Center and many more.
SOURCE: Kane County Court Services news release, employmant page of the Kane County government website