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The Office of Sex Offender Management is a unit of the Division of Criminal Justice
under the Colorado Department of Public Safety.
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Job openings from our partnernering agencies:
Shiloh House Clinician (Longmont)Qualifications:
Applicant must hold a Master's degree in a Health and Human Services field, and have the ability to receive a provisional license through DORA. Experience working with emotionally disturbed adolescents and their families preferred. Current SOMB listing is preferred. Experience in residential, community based outpatient, and offense specific specialization settings is preferred.
- Individual, Family, and Group Therapy
- Assessment, Diagnosis, Case Conceptualization, and Treatment Planning
- Therapeutic Programming/Milieu Care
- Manage Day Treatment Cases
- Manage RCCF/Outpatient/Offense Specific Cases
- On-Call Rotation
- Individual, Family, and Outpatient therapies may take place in homes and/or in office
- Must be able to schedule sessions with clients based on their scheduling needs
- 1 weekend day; possible evenings
- Office location: Longmont
- Will participate in on-call rotation
- Salaried position, dependent on experience
Additional requirements include the ability to pass a criminal background check, and a valid Colorado driver's license or the ability to obtain one.
If interested please email resume to Garrett Huff at email@example.com
Post-Conviction Victim Advocate with the Blue Bench
The Offenders Group at Aurora Mental Health has an opening for a Sex Offense Specific Treatment Provider. Requirements for the position include; either working towards becoming an SOMB Approved Provider, or have already met the requirements and are approved by the SOMB as a treatment provider, for Adult’s convicted of a sex offense. Interested parties must be available to co- facilitate group sessions Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, and the availability to meet individually with clients, at least bi-monthly. This is a fee for service position with the potential for additional work conducting sex offense specific evaluations, Abel Assessments and Penile Plethysmographs. If interested please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Post-Conviction Victim Advocate is responsible for providing outreach and advocacy,
information and referral services for sexual assault victims, their families and other secondary victims whose
offender is under supervised probation in Jefferson County. The Victim Advocate will provide victim
representation on inter-disciplinary teams and in statewide groups. This is a new position subject to change as the
position develops. Click here for more info
Ridgeview Youth Services Center ~ Aurora, CO
Position: SOMB Provider Click HERE for more details
Teaching Humane Existence (T.H.E.) is seeking an offense specific treatment provider/clinical therapist who has attained at least Associate Level status and willing to work toward Full Operating status, or has already fulfilled requirements for Full Operating status. Training opportunities will be provided. The successful applicant must be available to co-facilitate group therapy at least two evenings during the week as well as daily individual therapy and morning groups. For consideration, please forward your resume to Suzanne Wall Juarez, Executive Director, T.H.E., at email@example.com.
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