Correctional Officer Shelby Montana
Location: Crossroads Correctional Center, 50 Crossroads Drive, Shelby, Montana 59474Job Description for Correctional Officer Shelby Montana
The Correctional Officer performs routine duties in accordance with established policies, regulations and procedures to maintain order and provide for the security, care and direct supervision of inmates/residents in housing units, at meals, during recreation, on work assignments and during all other phases of activity in a correctional facility.
May employ weapons or force to maintain discipline and order.
Must be able to work any post assignment on any shift.
Post Assignment may include:
* Armory/Key Control
* Central or Pod Control
* Count Room
* Housing Unit
Requirements for Correctional Officer Shelby Montana
High school diploma, GED certification or equivalent. Once hired, must complete pre-service correctional officer training and, where applicable, be a non-commissioned security officer licensed by the state of employment.
A valid driver’s license is required.
Demonstrate ability to complete any required training. Must be available to work any hours, any shift. Minimum age requirement: Must be at least 18 years of age.
Interested candidates for Correctional Officer Shelby Montana, please contact Shanta Jackson at 615.263.3257 or Shanta.Jackson@cca.com
You may also apply online jobs.cca.com/Shelby
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