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    Good solid employer that does meaningful work

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    I worked at Federal Bureau of Prisons


    Even paced - very little drama


    Not really any negatives, as with most jobs - it's what you make of it. Working at this institution can be very satisfying work.

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    You have an excellent place to work - do not accept less than good employees.

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Federal Bureau of Prisons Interviews

Updated Jan 24, 2015
Updated Jan 24, 2015

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    Administrator Interview

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    I applied through college or university – interviewed at Federal Bureau of Prisons.

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    My interview started off with a female superior interrupting my responses to comment on my makeup. It was so unprofessional, I was astounded. Before I left, she asked me to write down where I got my eyeliner. Needless to say, I was not happy.

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Website www.bop.gov
Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1930
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

From Club Fed to high security penitentiaries, the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) has its work cut out for it. The bureau's mission is to protect the public safety by incarcerating federal offenders in facilities that are safe, humane, cost-efficient, and secure, and to provide opportunities for their rehabilitation within the system. Consisting of about 115 institutions (i.e. prisons), six regional offices, two staff training centers, 28 community corrections offices, and its headquarters in Washington, D.C., the BOP is responsible for the custody and care of about... More

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