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Rev: 12/08/2016

SOUTH MISSISSIPPI CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION, LEAKESVILLE, MS

TitleMonthly SalaryCounty & CodeRemarks
Correctional Officer Trainee$2,075.27Greene/21Closes 12/17/2016
Interested applicants should report to the facility at 22689 Hwy 63 North, Leakesville, MS no later than 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, December 17th to participate in the Interview/Screening process. Applicants must bring with them: Proof of Highest level of education which must be High School or GED (approved by a State Department of Education or a recognized accrediting organization); Social Security Card; Valid Driver's License; Proof of Selective Service Registration for males 21-25 years of age; Name and contact information for 5(non-family member) character references. The screening process can last up to 6 hours and will consist of an interview, Drug Test, Math Test, Report Writing Exercise, and a Physical Agility Test (Tower Climb and 1 mile Walk/Run within 18 min). It is recommended that applicants wear appropriate athletic clothing which will be worn for the physical agility test and interview, tennis shoes are also recommended. For additional information contact the MDOC Personnel Services Division at (601)359-5696 or SMCI Personnel at (601)394-5600 Ext. 1217.
CHAPLAIN (IMAM) FOR ISLAMIC SERVICES (10 hours)$20.00 HOURLYGreene/21Open until filled
This is professional religious/spiritual work in providing spiritual ministry to employees, patients, or inmates of an institution or prison. Incumbents in this classification attend to the spiritual and moral educational needs of those seeking spiritual help, counsel individuals seeking guidance, or serve in any other capacity that will lend emphasis to the spiritual needs of those seeking such help. Incumbents work under the administrative supervision of the director of the department or the supervising chaplain. Work is performed according to denominational preferences and is conducted in accordance with administrative policies of the institution where employed. Supervision is exercised over numerous volunteers working in the Chaplain department. EXPERIENCE/EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Education: A Master s Degree from an accredited four-year college, university, or seminary in theology or a directly related field OR A Bachelor s Degree from an accredited four-year college, university, or seminary in theology or a directly related field. AND Experience: One (1) year of experience in work directly related to the described duties. Certification Required: Ordination to the ministry and good standing in and endorsement from the denomination. Documentation Required: Certificate of ordination to the ministry from the denomination. How to apply: Interested applicants should submit the attached application no later than APRIL 21, 2016 to:  mdocrecruitment@ mdoc.state.ms.us. Personnel Services Division 633 North State Street Jackson, MS 39202 (601) 359-5696 (601) 359-5612
Correctional Officer Trainee$2,075.27/MthlyGreene/2104/01/17
<br>Interested applicants should report to the&nbsp; facility at 22689 Hwy 63 North, Leakesville, MS no later than&nbsp; 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 1st to participate in the Interview/Screening process.&nbsp; Applicants must bring with them: Proof of Highest level of education which must be High School or GED (approved by a State’s Department of Education or a recognized accrediting organization); Social Security Card; Valid Driver’s License; Proof of Selective Service Registration for males 21-25 years of age; Name and contact information for 5(non-family member) character references.&nbsp;&nbsp; The screening process can last up to 6 hours and will consist of an interview, Drug Test, Math Test, Report Writing Exercise, and a Physical Agility Test (Tower Climb and 1 mile Walk/Run within 18 min).&nbsp; It is recommended that applicants wear appropriate athletic clothing which will be worn for the physical agility test and interview, tennis shoes are also recommended.&nbsp; For additional information contact the MDOC Personnel Services Division at (601)359-5696 or SMCI Personnel at (601)394-5600 Ext. 1217. <br>
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Central Mississippi Correctional Facility, Pearl, MS

TitleMonthly SalaryCounty & CodeRemarks
Correctional-Vocational Ed Instructor (Cosmetology Instructor)$30,815.44/YearlyRankin/61Closing Date: March 20, 2017
Cosmetology Instructor needed at Vocational School at CMCF. <br>A valid Cosmetology Instructor License and Cosmetology License issued by the Mississippi State Board of Cosmetology or by another state may be required. <br> <br>Mississippi Department of Corrections’ employees and applicants should be aware that the State Personnel Board no longer maintains a “List of Eligibles”; therefore, any previous application for this position will not be considered. <br> <br>Interested applicants must apply for each position through the Mississippi State Personnel Board’s website, <a href="http://www.mspb.ms.gov">www.mspb.ms.gov</a>, every time it is advertised and prior to the closing date/time of the promotional announcement.
Correctional Officer Trainee$2,075.27Rankin/6104/01/17
Interested applicants should report to the facility at 3794 Hwy 468, Pearl, MS no later than 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 1st&nbsp; to participate in the Interview/Screening process.&nbsp; Applicants must bring with them: Proof of Highest level of education which must be High School or GED (approved by a State’s Department of Education or a recognized accrediting organization); Social Security Card; Valid Driver’s License; Proof of Selective Service Registration for males 21-25 years of age; Name and contact information for 5(non-family member) character references.&nbsp;&nbsp; The screening process can last up to 6 hours and will consist of an interview, Drug Test, Math Test, Report Writing Exercise, and a Physical Agility Test (Tower Climb and 1 mile Walk/Run within 18 min).&nbsp; It is recommended that applicants wear appropriate athletic clothing which will be worn for the physical agility test and interview, tennis shoes are also recommended. For additional information contact the MDOC Personnel Services Division at (601)359-5696 or CMCF Personnel at (601)932-2880 Ext. 6701.
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Mississippi State Penitentiary, Parchman, MS

TitleMonthly SalaryCounty & CodeRemarks
Correctional Officer Trainee$2,075.27Sunflower/67Closes 12/17/2016
Interested applicants should report to the facility at Highway 49 West Parchman, MS no later than 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, December 17th to participate in the Interview/Screening process. Applicants must bring with them: Proof of Highest level of education which must be High School or GED (approved by a State’s Department of Education or a recognized accrediting organization); Social Security Card; Valid Driver s License; Proof of Selective Service Registration for males 21-25 years of age; Name and contact information for 5(non-family member) character references. The screening process can last up to 6 hours and will consist of an interview, Drug Test, Math Test, Report Writing Exercise, and a Physical Agility Test (Tower Climb and 1 mile Walk/Run within 30 min). It is recommended that applicants wear appropriate athletic clothing which will be worn for the physical agility test and interview, tennis shoes are also recommended. For additional information contact the MDOC Personnel Services Division at (601)359-5696 or MSP Personnel at (662)745-6611 Ext. 2366.&nbsp;
Correctional Officer Trainee$2075.27Sunflower/6704/01/17
Interested applicants should report to the&nbsp; facility at Hwy 49 West Parchman, MS&nbsp; no later than&nbsp; 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 1st to participate in the Interview/Screening process.&nbsp; Applicants must bring with them: Proof of Highest level of education which must be High School or GED (approved by a State’s Department of Education or a recognized accrediting organization); Social Security Card; Valid Driver’s License; Proof of Selective Service Registration for males 21-25 years of age; Name and contact information for 5(non-family member) character references.&nbsp;&nbsp; The screening process can last up to 6 hours and will consist of an interview, Drug Test, Math Test, Report Writing Exercise, and a Physical Agility Test (Tower Climb and 1 mile Walk/Run within 30 min).&nbsp; It is recommended that applicants wear appropriate athletic clothing which will be worn for the physical agility test and interview, tennis shoes are also recommended. For additional information contact the MDOC Personnel Services Division at (601)359-5696 or MSP Personnel at (662)745-6611 Ext. 2366.
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​Region I

TitleMonthly SalaryCounty & CodeRemarks
CORR- PROBATION PAROLE AGENT I$36,190.75Union/73CLOSING DATE: MARCH 28, 2017
A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year college or university in criminal justice, sociology, social work, psychology or a related field and One (1) year of work related experience; or graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent and five (5) years of work related experience. <br>Note: In all cases, the applicant must have successfully completed the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Program as mandated by Mississippi Code Annotated,1972, Section 47-7-9 (b) as amended. <br>Applicants/Employees who possess a valid certificate of completion from the Mississippi Board on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training may not be required to attend the aforementioned training program. <br>Substitution Statement: <br>Related education and related experience may be substituted on an equal basis. <br>Applications may be obtained from the Personnel Office and should be submitted directly to the State Personnel Board for processing via mail or electronically @ <a href="http://www.mspb.ms.gov">www.mspb.ms.gov</a>&nbsp;on or before the closing date.&nbsp;
CORR-PROBATION/PAROLE AGENT I$36,190.75Pontotoc/58CLOSING DATE: 03/27/17
EXPERIENCE/EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: <br>Education: <br> <br>A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four- year college or university in criminal justice, sociology, social work, psychology or a related field and one (1) year of work related experience; or graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent; and five (5) years of work related experience. <br>Note: In all cases, the applicant must have successfully completed the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Program as mandated by Mississippi Code Annotated, 1972, Section 47-7-9 (b) as amended. <br>Applicants/Employees who possess a valid certificate of completion from the Mississippi Board on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training may not be required to attend the aforementioned training program. <br>Substitution Statement: <br>Related education and related experience may be substituted on an equal basis. <br>Applications may be obtained from the Personnel Office and should be submitted directly to the State Personnel Board for processing via mail or electronically @ <a href="http://www.mspb.ms.gov">www.mspb.ms.gov</a>&nbsp;on or before the closing date.&nbsp;
CORR-PROBATION/PAROLE AGENT I$36,190.75Lee/41CLOSING DATE: 03/27/17
EXPERIENCE/EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: <br>Education: A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four- year college or university in criminal justice, sociology, social work, psychology or a related field and one (1) year of work related experience; or graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent; and five (5) years of work related experience. <br>Note: In all cases, the applicant must have successfully completed the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Program as mandated by Mississippi Code Annotated, 1972, Section 47-7-9 (b) as amended. <br>Applicants/Employees who possess a valid certificate of completion from the Mississippi Board on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training may not be required to attend the aforementioned training program. <br>Substitution Statement: <br>Related education and related experience may be substituted on an equal basis. <br>Applications may be obtained from the Personnel Office and should be submitted directly to the State Personnel Board for processing via mail or electronically @ <a href="http://www.mspb.ms.gov">www.mspb.ms.gov</a>&nbsp;on or before the closing date.&nbsp;
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Region II

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Region III

TitleMonthly SalaryCounty & CodeRemarks
CORR- PROBATION/PAROLE AGENT I$36,190.75Leake/40CLOSING DATE: 03/29/17
EXPERIENCE/EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Education: <br>A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four- year college or university in criminal justice, sociology, social work, psychology or a related field and One (1) year of work related experience; or graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent; and five (5) years of work related experience. <br>Note: In all cases, the applicant must have successfully completed the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Program as mandated by Mississippi Code Annotated, 1972, Section 47-7-9 (b) as amended. <br>Applicants/Employees who possess a valid certificate of completion from the Mississippi Board on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Training may not be required to attend the aforementioned training program. <br> <br>Substitution Statement: <br> <br>Related education and related experience may be substituted on an equal basis. <br>Applications may be obtained from the Personnel Office and should be submitted directly to the State Personnel Board for processing via mail or electronically @ <a href="http://www.mspb.ms.gov">www.mspb.ms.gov</a>&nbsp;on or before the closing date.&nbsp;
Corr-Correctional Commander *(AREA II)$35,668.39/AnnuallyGreene/21CLOSING DATE: 03/29/17
*Open Competitive. <br>EDUCATION: <br>Master’s Degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Criminal Justice, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, or a directly related field; and: <br>EXPERIENCE: <br>Two (2) years of experience in positions(s) of progressive responsibility in the operational management of a correctional facility which houses offenders and provides treatment services. <br>Or <br>EDUCATION: <br>A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Criminal Justice, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, or a directly related field; <br>AND <br>EXPERIENCE: <br>Three (3) years of experience in a position of progressive responsibility in the operational management of a correctional facility which houses offenders and provides treatment services. <br>OR <br>EDUCATION: <br>An Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, or a directly related field; <br>AND <br>EXPERIENCE: <br>Five (5) years of experience in a position(s) of progressive responsibility in the operational management of a correctional component which houses offenders and provides treatment services <br> <br>OR <br> <br>EDUCATION: <br>Graduation from a standard four-year high school or equivalent (GED); <br> <br>AND <br>EXPERIENCE: <br>Seven (7) years of experience in a position of progressive responsibility in the operational management of a correctional facility which houses offenders and provides treatment services. <br>Substitution Statement: <br>Directly related education, and directly related experience may be substituted on an equal basis. <br>SPECIAL TRAINING AND AGE REQUIREMENTS: <br>In all cases, the applicant shall have attained twenty-one (21) years of age and shall have successfully completed the training program at the Mississippi Department of Corrections or the equivalent within another state, as approved by the Mississippi Department of Corrections. <br>Applicants must have completed at least six (6) months of state service prior to the closing date of this announcement to apply for agency only promotion.&nbsp; <br>Applications will be processed according to MDOC Policy and Procedure 03.06.&nbsp; Future vacancies in this classification may not be announced.&nbsp; <br> <br> <br>
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Central Office, Jackson, MS

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All online applications are accessible from the Mississippi State Personnel Board website, www.mspb.ms.gov .

For all other inquiries contact:
Mississippi Department of Corrections
Personnel Services
633 North State Street
Jackson, MS 39202

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