Florida Department of Corrections

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    Former Employee - C O Sergeant in Orlando, FL
    Former Employee - C O Sergeant in Orlando, FL

    I worked at Florida Department of Corrections full-time

    Pros

    Benefits and retirement plan are very good for this location.

    Cons

    Must work for at least 7 years to become vested in the pension plan.


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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4+ months. I interviewed at Florida Department of Corrections.

    Interview

    Extremely long Alot of driving. You have to be patient. I would suggest applying while you are working another job. Lots of paperwork be very honest when filling out your applications any inconsistency they will find. My recruiter was amazing and kept me posted every step of the way. They will do A full physical so If you have any health issues that you think would cause a problem ask your recruiter. Interview was easy 7 questions me and 3 Sargents, the recruiter and the warden

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Website www.dc.state.fl.us
Headquarters Tallahassee, FL
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1969
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

The Florida Department of Corrections spends about $2.4 billion annually in its mission to protect the public by operating a safe, secure, humane, and efficient corrections system. The Florida Corrections System hosts about 100,000 inmates in around 140 facilities, which include prisons, work camps, work release centers, and treatment centers, as well as supervising more than 160,000 probationers released into Florida's communities. In addition to serving up punitive measures for offenders, the department also provides education, drug treatment, and other programs ... More

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