Corrections, Georgia Department of GDC Recruitment 2020
Detail of : Correctional Officer in Reidsville @ Rogers State Prison Job Opening in Reidsville
For more information please call LT Brianna Edwards at 912-237-1935 or Brianna.email@example.com or visit GDCjobs.com The Georgia Department of Corrections (GDC) does more than protect the public. It is a place to explore possibilities and oversee your own future. The agency looks for people who can learn, reason and manage. Its culture thrives by embracing a diverse team and rewarding resourcefulness. At GDC, it’s about each person bringing detail oriented skills to a challenging and constantly developing schedule. GDC Correctional Officers (CO) inspire team members of all abilities to tap into their potential. Step into a facility or visit www.gdcjobs.com, and feel the energy, enthusiasm and passion for law enforcement. That same excitement and protective mindset reverberates throughout GDC. A statewide network of officers, sergeants, counselors, food service supervisors, support staff, deputy wardens, lieutenants, maintenance workers and others manage the daily operations of GDC and the dozens of facilities and centers statewide. At GDC, the selection and development of professional staff is at the top of our commissioners' agenda. Our desire to build highly qualified facilities of ability is critical to our future. If you are just as passionate about ability, decision making skill and teamwork then read on! The role of the Correctional Officer is to enforce rules and keep order, supervise activities of inmates, inspect facilities to ensure that they meet security and safety standards, search inmates for contraband items, report on inmate conduct and escort and transport inmates. Are you detail oriented, do you like to see that rules are enforced and order kept? Do you have a keen eye, a brain for searching, and the experience that proves it? Does the idea of working with a professional team excite you? If so, we have the perfect job for you! We are GDC – we match the best people with the best COs to create the best teams for the state of Georgiaand we are looking for a Correctional Officer to join our awesome team. Correctional officers usually work full time on rotating shifts. Because center and prison security must be provided around the clock, officers work all hours of the day and night, including weekends and holidays. Many officers are required to work overtime. Are you interested in the opportunity to work for a government agency that serves the public of Georgia, and will give you the experience and exposure you need to build your career? If you are, then GDC may be the agency for you. Every career path is different and at GDC you get to plan where you want to go. We’ll provide the training, schooling and experiences that allow you to build relationships and take advantage of career opportunities. You decide what happens next. Send your Team Georgia Careers or application to: LT Brianna Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 912-237-1935. Need more information? Please go to www.GDCJobs.com. Qualifications:
High school diploma or GED AND any combination of training and experience which
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