FDC announces hiring bonuses

Posted 10/6/21

The Florida Department of Corrections (FDC) is providing $1,000 bonuses for newly certified correctional officers...

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FDC announces hiring bonuses

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TALLAHASSEE — The Florida Department of Corrections (FDC) is providing $1,000 bonuses for newly certified correctional officers at select institutions across the state. No experience is necessary to apply, and all training is provided. During training and academy, non-certified officers receive a competitive starting salary and premier benefits, including health insurance, on day one of their new career in public safety.

Upon successful completion of the basic training academy, newly certified officers at qualifying institutions will receive the bonus and join the ranks of the nearly 24,000 courageous men and women of the Florida Department of Corrections. Additional benefits such as a bi-annual uniform allowance, state college tuition waivers and criminal justice incentive pay become available after certification.

Certified new hires are eligible to receive bonuses at the following institutions:

• Apalachee Correctional Institution (Sneads)
• Baker Correctional Institution (Sanderson)
• Calhoun Correctional Institution (Blountstown)
• Charlotte Correctional Institution (Punta Gorda)
• Central Florida Reception Center (Orlando)
• Century Correctional Institution (Century)
• Columbia Correctional Institution (Lake City)
• Cross City Correctional Institution (Cross City)
• Dade Correctional Institution (Florida City)
• DeSoto Correctional Institution (Arcadia)
• Everglades Correctional Institution (Miami)
• Franklin Correctional Institution (Carrabelle)
• Florida State Prison (Raiford)
• Florida Women’s Reception Center (Ocala)
• Gulf Correctional Institution (Wewahitchka)
• Hamilton Correctional Institution (Jasper)
• Hardee Correctional Institution (Bowling Green)
• Hernando Correctional Institution (Brooksville)
• Holmes Correctional Institution (Bonifay)
• Homestead Correctional Institution (Florida City)
• Jackson Correctional Institution (Malone)
• Lake Correctional Institution (Clermont)
• Lawtey Correctional Institution (Lawtey)
• Liberty Correctional Institution (Bristol)
• Lowell Correctional Institution (Ocala)
• Madison Correctional Institution (Madison)
• Martin Correctional Institution (Indiantown)
• Mayo Correction Institution (Mayo)
• Northwest Florida Reception Center (Chipley)
• Okaloosa Correctional Institution (Crestview)
• Okeechobee Correctional Institution (Okeechobee)
• Polk Correctional Institution (Polk City)
• Putnam Correctional Institution (Palatka)
• Reception and Medical Center (Lake Butler)
• Santa Rosa Correctional Institution (Milton)
• South Florida reception Center (Doral)
• Sumter Correctional Institution (Bushnell)
• Suwannee Correctional Institution (Live Oak)
• Taylor Correctional Institution (Perry)
• Tomoka Correctional Institution (Daytona Beach)
• Union Correctional Institution (Raiford)
• Wakulla Correctional Institution (Crawfordville)
• Walton Correctional Institution (De Funiak Springs)
• Zephyrhills Correctional Institution (Zephyrhills)

To qualify, interested applicants must:
• Be at least 18 years of age (no maximum age restriction);
• Be a United States citizen;
• Possess a high school diploma or equivalent;
• Possess a valid driver’s license;
• Pass a drug test and physical examinatio;n
• Pass a background investigation and fingerprinting, which includes but is not limited to; no felony convictions; no misdemeanor involving perjury or false statement; no misdemeanor conviction of domestic violence; and,
• Must demonstrate good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation.

For more information regarding a career with the Florida Department of Corrections, please visit FLDOCjobs.com where you can watch our recruitment video.

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