Recruitment Incentives Extended and Added

Bureau of Prisons continues hiring nationwide

Recruitment Incentives Extended and Added

(BOP) - The Bureau of Prisons (BOP) is actively hiring at 122 locations across the county. As a career-oriented agency, we offer a broad range of exciting career opportunities in a work environment that promotes integrity, diversity, and professional development. A listing of current openings is available on the USAJobs website.

After a review of staffing levels after the implementation of the group recruitment incentive for Correctional Officers for hard-to-fill locations previously approved in 2019, the BOP is currently offering a 10% recruitment incentive for 17 federal prison locations. Individuals who have received firm offers of employment as Correctional Officers at one these 17 locations before June 30, 2020 are eligible for the recruitment bonus. All candidates are subject to a drug urinalysis, physical examination, and background investigation. If hired, individuals must successfully complete the three-week residential course, "Introduction to Correctional Techniques," in Glynco, Georgia and remain at the location where they were hired for a minimum of 24 months. The 17 locations with the 10% group recruitment incentive for Correctional Officers are:

  1. FCI Aliceville, AL
  2. FCC Beaumont, TX
  3. FCI Berlin, NH
  4. FCI Big Spring, TX
  5. USP Canaan, PA
  6. FCC Florence, CO
  7. FCI Ft. Dix, NJ
  8. FCI Gilmer
  9. USP Lewisburg
  10. MDC Los Angeles, CA
  11. FCI Oxford, WI
  12. FCI Sandstone
  13. FDC SeaTac, WA
  14. FCI Sheridan, OR
  15. AUSP Thomson, IL
  16. FCI Three Rivers, TX
  17. FCC Yazoo City, MS

Additionally, a group recruitment incentive for Correctional Officers for the hard-to-fill locations of MDC Brooklyn and MCC New York has been approved. Until further notice, the BOP is offering a 25% recruitment incentive for individuals who have received firm offers of employment as Correctional Officers at these two locations. All candidates are subject to a drug urinalysis, physical examination, and background investigation. If hired, individuals must successfully complete the three-week residential course, "Introduction to Correctional Techniques," in Glynco, Georgia and remain at the location where they were hired for a minimum of 24 months.

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