Job Posting- Corrections Officer FT/PT


Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office


85 Hammond St. Bangor, ME 04401

207-947-4585


Troy J. Morton

Sheriff


JOB POSTING

CORRECTIONS OFFICER – Full and Part-Time


Job Title: Corrections Officer

Hours: Part-Time and Full-Time

FLSA Status : Non-exempt (hourly)

Department: Sheriff’s Office - Corrections

Pay Scale: $19.85 - $24.31


POSTING DATE: November 3, 2021


CLOSING DATE: November 19, 2021 (close of business 4:30 p.m.)


HOW TO APPLY: Submit application to:

Penobscot County

Attn: Human Resources

97 Hammond Street

Bangor, ME 04401


Applications can be found at: https://www.penobscot-county.net/employment or the Administration Office located on the 1st floor of the County Administration Building, 97 Hammond Street or by calling (207) 942-8535 x2200


The Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office is seeking Full-Time and Part-Time Correction Officers. You must be 19 years old, possess a high school diploma or G.E.D, and meet all criteria listed in the application packet and the entrance standards for the Basic Corrections Training Program located on the Maine Criminal Justice Academy's website. Applicant must be able to attend eight (8), paid, 40-hour weeks of orientation/training.


Benefits

Penobscot County offers health, dental, life & AD&D and vision insurance for its full-time employees as well as paid holidays, sick leave, and vacation (pay based on length of service). Flexible spending accounts for health and dependent care, cancer, short-term/long term disability plans. Employees are eligible to become members of the State Employees Credit Union and have access to an employee gym. Penobscot County participates in the Maine State Retirement System and offers a 457(b) program.


Sign on Bonus:

All Correction officers will receive a $1000 sign on bonus. ($500 will be paid out after the successful completion of a 9-month probationary period, and $500 after completion of the second year of full-time status.)


Summary:

This is an investigative and protective services work whether full time or part time or in reserve capacity, involving custody, security, discipline, and rehabilitation of persons committed to a correctional facility. Work includes monitoring inmate behavior, directing and overseeing inmate activities, enforcing inmate discipline, and preparing incident reports. Work is performed under general supervision.


Minimum Qualifications:

1. Minimum 19 years of age.

2. High School Diploma/G.E.D.

3. Able to be successfully trained and certified as a Corrections Officer by the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.


Requirements:

1. Successfully pass a full personal, criminal, and motor vehicle background check.

2. Successfully complete physical assessment based on the Departmental Functional Job Description

3. Successfully complete a Polygraph

4. Successfully pass pre-employment drug screening


Penobscot County is an EEOC employer