Now Hiring: Correctional Officers

VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR

August 18, 2022
Interested in making a difference in the environment?

Now Hiring: Correctional Officers

The Oregon Department of Corrections (ODOC) Virtual Career Fair is an online event open to all interested in a Career as a Correctional Officer. Register to learn more.
Thursday, August 18
Afternoon Session
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST
Evening Session
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM PST
STEM positions now hiring in:
Sacramento, Berkeley, Pasadena, Clovis, San Diego, Chatsworth, Cypress, and El Centro, CA.
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Sacramento, Berkeley, Pasadena, Clovis, San Diego, Chatsworth, Cypress, and El Centro, CA.
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Sacramento, Berkeley, Pasadena, Clovis, San Diego, Chatsworth, Cypress, and El Centro, CA.
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Sacramento, Berkeley, Pasadena, Clovis, San Diego, Chatsworth, Cypress, and El Centro, CA.
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PAY AND COMPENSATION

Earn up to $79,848 / year.

The Oregon Department of Corrections offers a competitive salary and employee benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, vacation and retirement benefits.
Bilingual
$200 / month
Canine
5% / pay period
Night Shift
$173.33 / month or $1.00 / hour
DSH Liaison Premium (R&R)
$800 / pay period
Van Pool Incentive
$100 / month
Education Incentive
$50-125 / month
Field Officer Training
1 step in salary for each hour
Longevity Pay
(after 17 years as a peace officer)
2% at 17-18 years
4% at 19 years
5% at 20 years
6% at 21 years
7% at 22-24 years
8% at 25 years
Our Culture
The department’s culture is driven by a set of strong core values: integrity and professionalism, dignity and respect; safety and wellness; fact-based decision making; positive change; honoring our history; and stewardship. DOC adopted a shared vision that includes: valuing employee wellness, engaging employees, operating safe facilities, implementing innovative business practices, preparing offenders for reentry, and partnering with stakeholders. Department staff are actively involved in their communities, serving on commissions, participating in volunteer organizations, coaching kids’ teams, and otherwise giving their time to enhance the quality of life for all Oregonians.
Our Mission
The mission of the Oregon Department of Corrections is to promote public safety by holding offenders accountable for their actions and reducing the risk of future criminal behavior
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