Sex Offender Treatment Specialist at ATTIC Correctional Services

Posted in Nonprofit - Social Services 3 days ago.

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Type: Full-Time
Location: Madison, Wisconsin





Job Description:

The Sex Offender Treatment Specialist provides community based services to persons with a history of sexual violence following their release and transition back to their home community. The Sex Offender Treatment Specialist is responsible for a caseload of adult correctional clients who participate in the Sex Offender Treatment program.

Duties include but are not limited to:


  • Review referrals, conduct assessments and intakes, monitor and evaluate client participation.

  • Monitor as necessary, referrals to other community agencies.

  • Maintain appropriate documentation required in relation to group and individual client services.

  • Maintain and update client files, write weekly progress notes and discharge summaries.

  • Maintain regular communication with agents and co-workers.

  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor(s).

  • Perform individual counseling sessions focused on polygraph preparation, trauma issues, and other personal issues.

  • Facilitate groups in the areas of sex offender education/treatment.

Education & Work Experience


  • Licensure free of restrictions in a mental health related field (Wis. Stat.Chs.455 & 4573) as a Clinical Social Worker, Professional Counselor, Psychologist, Psychiatrist or Marriage and Family Therapist.

  • Experience working with correctional, mental health, clients.

Must have at least (2) years of experience in the following areas:


  • Conducting sex offender criminogenic need and risk assessments

  • Providing individual and group sex offender treatment.

  • Working with a multidisciplinary team.

  • Identifying offender risk, needs and responsivity factors.

  • Providing cognitive/behavioral-based programming.

  • Developing treatment plans, maintaining appropriate documentation, and knowledge of professional ethical standards.

  • Implementation and delivery of evidence-based practices.

  • Residential or treatment center experience preferred.

Formal training in the administration of the following:


  • Stable-2007

  • Static-99R

  • ARMIDILO-S (required for the provision of adaptive services)

  • SAPROF

  • The Sex Offender Treatment Specialist shall obtain and document eighteen (18) hours of continuing education training in SOT clinical service delivery and assessment every two (2) years.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities


  • Ability to work with clients of diverse backgrounds.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills needed.

  • Effective oral and written communication.





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