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Apr 24, 2010
Bop_bronze_seal BOPRecruiter 9 posts

Topic: A Broader View / Federal Bureau of Prisons

Public Law 101-509 establishes mandatory retirement age of 57 for federal law enforcement officers. 100% of Federal Bureau of Prisons positions are covered under Federal law enforcement retirement and you must work 20 years to collect retirement. If you want to learn more, visit www.bop.gov or www.usajobs.gov. But as with most regulations, there are exceptions. Mission critical medical positions, doctoral level Psychologists up to age 40, Chaplains of some faith groups and – new to the exception list – “preference eligible veterans” or their “derive spouse.” If you think you might be qualified for the veterans exemption, learn more at www.fedshirevets.gov or contact your local Veteran’s Rep or Transition Assistance Program Manager. Yes, we are hiring.

 
Jan 30, 2010
Bop_bronze_seal BOPRecruiter 9 posts

Topic: Economy & Stimulus / Stimulus Package Response

The Federal Bureau of Prisons is hiring! Follow us on Twitter to find out what positions and where – www.twitter.com/BOPRecruiter!

 
Jan 30, 2010
Bop_bronze_seal BOPRecruiter 9 posts

Topic: Everything Education / Career Question

The Federal Bureau of Prisons is hiring all over the U.S. It is recommended you apply even with a misdemeanor because there are lots of circumstances where by you could still meet the minimum qualifications – how long ago did it happen or were you convicted, etc.

Find out more under the discussion tab on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/BureauofPrisonsMid-AtlanticRegionTalentTeamRecruitment!

 
Jan 30, 2010
Bop_bronze_seal BOPRecruiter 9 posts

Topic: A Broader View / Federal Bureau of Prisons

Yes, we are hiring all over the US and no, you have NEVER been required to have a degree to be an entry level Correctional Officer! Learn more on the discussion tab at our Facebook page – www.facebook.com/BureauofPrisonsMid-AtlanticRegionTalentTeamRecruitment. Lots of great discussion happening there. You can also find out more about position vacancies by following us on Twitter – www.twitter.com/BOPRecruiter.

Where do you live? There might be an institution hiring within 200 miles of your house!

 
Jan 30, 2010
Bop_bronze_seal BOPRecruiter 9 posts

Topic: The Club House / Starting Career in Corrections

Probably the same basic qualifications the feds look for. Want to know more look under the discussion tab on our facebook page! www.facebook.com/BureauofPrisonsMid-AtlanticRegionTalentTeamRecruitment!

You can also learn more about the hiring process too. Good luck. Just make sure you tell the truth about anything they ask you. Better to deal with any issues up front.

 
Aug 26, 2009
Bop_bronze_seal BOPRecruiter 9 posts

Topic: Everything Education / Corrections - the recession proof field!

Looking for Stability and Security in Your Career?

Love Southern West Virginia? There is a Federal Correctional Institution under construction in McDowell County located in the city of Welch.

A federal prison is much like a small city surrounded by the security of a fence. At this seminar, we will be sharing information about the different types of positions, the basic qualifications for the positions and the general qualifications you MUST have to work as a federal law enforcement officer with this prestigious corrections component of the Department of Justice.

We will be hosting a Job Information Seminar on September 23, 2009, from 6pm to 8pm at the National Guard Armory in Welch, West Virginia. See http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=117025173231 for more information today!

Want to see the inside of a federal prison?
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Apr 22, 2009
Bop_bronze_seal BOPRecruiter 9 posts

Topic: The Club House / Want to live/work in USA

The prestigious Corrections component of the Department of Justice continues to expand during this unstable economic time. The Federal Bureau of Prisons has three new facilities under construction with activation dates that vary within the next 9 months. New medium security level facilities are under construction in McDowell County (Welch), West Virginia; Mendota (Fresno County), California and Berlin (Coos County), New Hampshire.

Remember, prisons are like small cities surrounded by the security of a fence and although, 100% of staff in our institutions are “Correctional Workers First,” there are MORE than just Correctional Officer positions available. We need food service supervisors, warehouse supervisors, accounting technicians, secretaries, Medical Officers, recreation specialists, teachers, Psychologists and case managers to name a few. Approximately 200 new positions to fill at each new location!

To view the Bureau of Prisons recruitment videos visit www.youtube.com/TeamTalentRecruiter. For more up to the minute information, join www.twitter.com/BOPRecruiter! To contact a Team Talent Recruiter, e-mail Talent.Team@yahoo.com and receive a response within 24 hours!

 
Apr 22, 2009
Bop_bronze_seal BOPRecruiter 9 posts

Topic: The Club House / Starting Career in Corrections

The prestigious Corrections component of the Department of Justice continues to expand during this unstable economic time. The Federal Bureau of Prisons has three new facilities under construction with activation dates that vary within the next 9 months. New medium security level facilities are under construction in McDowell County (Welch), West Virginia; Mendota (Fresno County), California and Berlin (Coos County), New Hampshire.

Remember, prisons are like small cities surrounded by the security of a fence and although, 100% of staff in our institutions are “Correctional Workers First,” there are MORE than just Correctional Officer positions available. We need food service supervisors, warehouse supervisors, accounting technicians, secretaries, Medical Officers, recreation specialists, teachers, Psychologists and case managers to name a few. Approximately 200 new positions to fill at each new location!

To view the Bureau of Prisons recruitment videos visit www.youtube.com/TeamTalentRecruiter. For more up to the minute information, join www.twitter.com/BOPRecruiter! To contact a Team Talent Recruiter, e-mail Talent.Team@yahoo.com and receive a response within 24 hours!

 
Apr 22, 2009
Bop_bronze_seal BOPRecruiter 9 posts

Topic: Everything Education / Corrections - the recession proof field!

The prestigious Corrections component of the Department of Justice continues to expand during this unstable economic time. The Federal Bureau of Prisons has three new facilities under construction with activation dates that vary within the next 9 months. New medium security level facilities are under construction in McDowell County (Welch), West Virginia; Mendota (Fresno County), California and Berlin (Coos County), New Hampshire.

Remember, prisons are like small cities surrounded by the security of a fence and although, 100% of staff in our institutions are “Correctional Workers First,” there are MORE than just Correctional Officer positions available. We need food service supervisors, warehouse supervisors, accounting technicians, secretaries, Medical Officers, recreation specialists, teachers, Psychologists and case managers to name a few. Approximately 200 new positions to fill at each new location!

To view the Bureau of Prisons recruitment videos visit www.youtube.com/TeamTalentRecruiter. For more up to the minute information, join www.twitter.com/BOPRecruiter! To contact a Team Talent Recruiter, e-mail Talent.Team@yahoo.com and receive a response within 24 hours!




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