Correctional Officer (Female)

Application Deadline: 2022-08-31
Job Type: County
Job Description:

Female candidate preferred as a bona fide occupational qualification in compliance with Sec. 302.41, Wis. Stats.

This recruitment is to fill a current vacancy.

Under general supervision of the Jail Sergeant, responsible for supervising inmates of the Calumet County Jail assuring a safe and secure environment, while adhering to all applicable laws, policies and procedures. Performs related duties as required.

Start a New and Rewarding Career with Calumet County!

Calumet County is currently seeking a full-time female Correctional Officer who has a passion for providing the highest quality care in a jail setting.

Who We Are:

The Calumet County Sheriff’s Office Mission is to enhance the quality of life by providing proactive, efficient, and professional law enforcement services.

Calumet County correctional employees are driven by a deep sense of service to better the public good, committed to fairness, high standards and professionalism, while maintaining a safe and secure corrections environment, in accordance with the law.

What We Have:

State-of-the-art Law Enforcement Center including new Jail Facility.
PAID Training – Comprehensive training to start a successful career!
A supportive environment where employee growth is promoted.
Other great incentives:
On-site Fitness Center
Employee of the Year Program
Monthly Cookie Day
Pay and Benefits:

Competitive wages starting at $24.16 per hour and after 5 years is $27.53 per hour
Shift Premiums
Time-and-a-half regular rate of pay for hours worked on a holiday
Robust Benefits Package (See benefits tab)
PTO:
Years of Service Annual Hours Earned

Less than 2 years 192.9

After 2 Years 229.9

After 6 Years 268.8

After 14 Years 305.8

After 21 Years 342.9

Online application required. Equal Opportunity Employer. www.calumetcounty.org

http://www.calumetcounty.org

Deadline Note:

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