With your military commitment complete, you’re looking to transition into a career where your skills go to good use.
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Transition from military into departments pretty seamless just because the rank structure, you know, you already have this self-discipline to begin with. You already wear a uniform, so you know how to properly wear a uniform, you know how to exude confidence.
All these attributes that you use on the military side of the house also come into play. And when it comes to being in correction's, just your your presence alone, you already have that self-confidence and the offender see that.
So, you know, OK, this is a squared away individual. So you don't even need a lot of initial training. You already have physical fitness training. So when you go, do you think out of me or do you have that?
You already know the rank structure, you know, facing movements. And so everything that you do in the military is an easy segway when it comes to any kind of law enforcement field, because I have a military background. And I'd say also department approach is pretty friendly with that.
I've deployed three times in my career about to well, being here with the Department of Corrections and the department is completely military friendly. If you need training to go to, you need this. They're not even going to question it, completely friendly.
And then they have a policy where you return back to work and they you will Velcro with somebody for 30 days be back on and say first shift weekends off. So it's an easy transition over the course of a month.
With your military commitment complete, you’re looking to transition into a career where your skills go to good use. You want to know you can be proud of the contribution you make to your community.
More than that, you want to feel like a valuable part of a team that has each others’ backs – no matter what.
That’s the kind of job satisfaction that comes from being a Corrections Officer, because working with the Department of Corrections can provide a great, stable career for anyone who shows they’ve got the right skills.
We look for responsible team players who know how to communicate proactively, with a level head. Often, people with a military background are the best candidates for long-term success in the Department of Corrections and preference is given to those that have served our country.
So if you’re looking for a career where you can be accepted for who you are (including any tattoos, or beards!) and transfer your knowledge and skills into a stable, successful future – you can get started with us in a matter of weeks.