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Our employees are vital. They protect prisoners, the correctional centres and the community
Our culture and roles are diverse so we need a wide range of people to join us, with many different skills and experience.
Just click on the job that suits you to find out about:
- how to apply
- our excellent pay and conditions
- our great training opportunities on full pay
Correctional Officer - Casual protect and secure the safety of prisoners in correctional centres. They work with other employees - health workers, probation and parole officers and industries officers
Casual Assistant Accomodation Support Officer - work in community residential facilities (known as COSPs) with offenders (known as residents) who are transitioning back into the community from custody or who have been provided with crisis accommodation
Indigenous Cadetship Undergraduate Program - The NSW Public Sector Indigenous Cadetship Program provides an exciting opportunity for Indigenous students to combine under graduate university study with part-time employment in a NSW Government agency
Trade Overseers train inmates to help them gain skills and improve their ability to find work after release. They work in many trades and services, including furniture making, food preparation, agriculture, engineering, laundry and community projects
Probation and Parole Officer help offenders prepare for release by supporting them and working with outside agencies to organise housing and rehabilitation
Program facilitators deliver programs for offenders in correctional centres and in the community to help improve their living skills and reduce the chances of them re-offending
Compliance and Monitoring Officers manage offenders who are in the community under supervision because they are high risk
Program Officers develop programs to work with offenders in custody and in the community. They also include specialists in drug and alcohol and welfare programs.
Psychologists help mentally ill offenders to address specific offences. They work with inter-disciplinary teams to reduce the risk of suicide or self-harm and re-offending
Administration and Clerical Support Officers fill entry level to senior management roles across NSW in customer service, human resources, information technology, finance and planning.
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