Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department is now hiring

Do you want to make a difference in the community? Do you want to lead a life of public service? Is it time for a change? Have you ever considered working in the field of Corrections? Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department (MDCR) is responsible for the safe, secure, and humane detention of the individuals in its custody. We are an important part of the law enforcement community and operate the eighth largest correctional system in the nation with 4,600 individuals in our custody on average on any given day.

We offer a competitive salary, great benefits, flexible shifts, promotional opportunities and a wide variety of assignments. Our dedicated staff strives to deliver excellence to the citizens of Miami-Dade County every day and our professionalism knows no bounds.

Thinking of applying for a rewarding career that can change your future? MDCR is currently hiring for the following highly sought-after positions:

Correctional Officer: Correctional Officers directly impact the lives of persons in our custody. You will have an opportunity to learn from some of the best instructors in the field as you attend a robust correctional training program. This unique career will develop your interpersonal skills, crisis response abilities and give you an opportunity to serve this community. We are seeking both certified correctional officers and non-certified individuals to join our team.

Corrections Technician: Corrections Technicians serve an important role in our detention facilities by performing vital duties such as operating control panels, monitoring security devices within the jails to control, monitoring access/movement, overseeing important equipment, and retrieving research and updating inmate and/or missing person information.

Food Services Worker: Interested in how the culinary side of MDCR works? Our food-related (Food Services Workers and Cooks) positions offer the opportunity to prepare inmate meals served daily and ensure the kitchen is following food safety regulations.

Correctional Counselor: MDCR Counselors & have a direct impact on the lives of the individuals in our custody. They are responsible for assisting our inmate population with important matters such as providing reentry services, arranging legal counsel, medical treatment, and contact with loved ones amongst other things. If the Criminal Justice field is something that interests you, this is an incredible place to start!

Join the MDCR family.

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