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Employment & Volunteering

Meet the employees of OYA


Meet the employees of OYA -
Recruitment Video


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Volunteering and Internships

For information on becoming a volunteer or an intern, visit the OYA Volunteer Services page.
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Staff as Mandatory Reporters

Within its scope of duties, the OYA is committed to protecting the public and, as such, emphasizes public safety and supports the concerns of crime victims. Staff are designated and required, by statute, to be mandatory reporters of instances of suspected child abuse, occurring on the job and in their private lives.
In conjunction with this responsibility, the OYA recognizes that staff carry an additional responsibility to ensure the safety of offenders in its custody.  Whenever abuse is suspected involving an offender under the age of 18, staff will meet the mandatory child abuse reporting requirements. Staff will immediately respond to the safety issues of the offender involved in the situation.
OYA Staff are required to attend annual trainings on Mandatory Reporting.

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Affirmative Action & EEO

Click here for information on OYA's Affirmative Action plan.

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Employment Testing

Click here for information on employment and testing schedules.

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Doing Business with OYA

Click here for information on open contract solicitations with OYA.

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