Correctional Officer Jobs in Texas

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IMMEDIATE OPENING CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS Maintenance $16.49/hour Ector County Correctional Center (Courthouse Jail) Requirements include: High School Diploma or GED, US Citizen, Drug & Psychological Test, Background Check, Texas Drivers License, Age 18 years old older Benefits include: Paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, employee & dependent health & dental insurance, life insurance, 401K plan, an...
This position is responsible for all security and control related functions at the facility’s Special Housing Unit (SHU) during duty shift per management instructions. In addition, it seeks to provide maximum facility coordination in prisoner supervision and safety. Primary Duties and Responsibilities Supervises all security functions within the Special Housing Unit (SHU) as assigned by manageme...

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Corrections Officer

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$22,880.00 - $58,240.00
Typical Salary for Corrections Officer in Texas
(342 Respondents)
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Education / Training

Some College Coursework Completed
35.5%
Bachelor's
21.9%
High School
17.4%
Associates
12.4%
Certification
6.6%
Master's
3.7%
Vocational
2.1%
(242 Respondents)
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