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Madison County Youth Center
Employment Opportunity Information

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3420 Mounds Road, Anderson, IN 46017
765 646-9268


The Madison County Youth Center (MCYC) is a public social service agency dedicated to supporting youth who, for a variety of reasons, have been referred for services through the Madison County Circuit Court, Division 2.  It is the responsibility of MCYC staff to help empower these children to become confident, productive members of their families and our community.  To accomplish this, we work to assist the youth in our care to develop functional behaviors to replace destructive ones.  We strive to nurture the individual strengths of each child.

The Madison County Youth Center (MCYC) will ensure that no person shall, on the grounds of race, age, color, religion, sex, disability, national origin, ancestry, or status as a veteran, or any other characteristic protected by law, be excluded from participating in or be denied the benefit of the services of the MCYC, or otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity for which the MCYC or its subcontractors receive, directly or indirectly, state or federal funds.
In accordance with IC 22-9; Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, 42 U.S.C. 2000d; Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, 42 U.S.C. 12134; and all other non-discrimination laws and regulations of the United States and the State of Indiana.

Job Requirements for All Positions

  • Must be 21-years of age
  • All prospective employees are required to have and maintain a valid driver’s license.
  • All prospective employees are required to pass a drug screen prior to employment and are subject to monthly random drug screens throughout the term of employment.
  • A criminal history check will be conducted on all prospective employees.  This includes a local, state, national, and BMV and DCS (Department of Child Services) check.  In addition, all non-secure childcare employees will be fingerprinted and an FBI check will be completed.
  • All prospective employees must have a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent.
  • Upon hire, all employees are required to have a physical exam at the employee’s expense.
  • Staff is required to maintain a minimum number of training hours per year.
  • Staff is required to obtain and maintain certification in Handle with Care (physical restraint training), First Aid, CPR and Universal Precautions.

Secure Detention
Juvenile Detention Officers work in MCYC’s 32-bed co-ed juvenile detention facility designed for youth either found to be, or alleged to be, juvenile offenders.  The juveniles are sight and sound monitored at all times.  The youth in secure detention are provided opportunities to develop academic and social skills.  Juvenile Detention Officers supervise the daily activities of the residents, implement a behavior management program, and serve as positive role models for youth.  Juvenile Detention Officers also monitor the entire campus to ensure the safety and security of residents, staff, and the public.  Juvenile Detention Officers interact with other MCYC staff, residents, and the public to assist with crisis intervention, as well as general campus needs.

Day/Evening Reporting
Day/Evening Reporting provides weekday supervision, educational planning and instruction, life skills development, community service opportunities and cognitive behavioral programming to delinquent children as an alternative to Secure Detention.

Food Service
Food service employees have only minimal contact with residents.  Food service staffs prepare meals for all campus residents and ensure that the kitchen environment meets acceptable standards of food safety and sanitation.


Currently Accepting Applications for:

Part-time Juvenile Detention Officers Secure Detention

Applicant must be able to work varied shifts - evening, overnight and
weekend shifts available.  Starting pay $11.50 per hour with an immediate increase to $12.00 once all new hire requirements are met.


Part-time Youth Care Workers for both Day and Evening Reporting Program

Monday - Friday, day and evening shifts available.  Starting pay $11.50 per hour with
an immediate increase to $12.00 once all new hire requirements are met.


Send applications for above positions to:

Madison County Youth Center
Attn:  Amber Phillips
3420 Mounds Road
Anderson, IN 46017-1873

Or Email to: aphillips@madisoncounty.in.gov



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