California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation

  • Sacramento, CA, United States

Join the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR). We offer jobs in both custody and non-custody environments to support the vision, mission, values and goals of our department.

We enhance public safety through safe and secure incarceration of offenders, effective parole supervision, and rehabilitative strategies to successfully reintegrate offenders into our communities.

$4,439 - $6,129 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Aug 13, 2019
Full time
The Librarian, CF is the entry and journey person working level for the Librarian series. Individuals in this class perform difficult professional work in connection with selecting, cataloging, loaning or the reference use of books and other library materials. A Librarian, CF heads up a smaller correctional facility library.   Bruce Riley
$4,876 - $6,728 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Aug 13, 2019
Full time
The Senior Librarian, CF is the working supervisor level for this series. Individuals in this class may either (1) supervise a staff of professional, technical or clerical personnel; (2) be responsible for a larger correctional facility library; or (3) be responsible for highly complex, technical, and specialized work.   Bruce Riley
$3,134 - $3,923 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Aug 13, 2019
Full time
The Library Technical Assistant (Safety) performs specialized subprofessional library tasks in such functional areas as book circulation, book acquisition, catalog classification, physical up-keep of library material, book inventory, precataloging, interlibrary loans, and locating simple bibliographic information within the library system of a State correctional facility. Individuals may supervise, train, and evaluate inmate library clerks; maintain order and supervise the conduct of offenders using library services.   Bruce Riley
$5,270 - $10,600 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Aug 13, 2019
Full time
The Resource Specialist, Special Education, under direction and supervision of a Supervisor of Correctional Education Programs, provides instructional services to youthful offenders identified as needing special education services and placed into the Resource Specialist Program as recommended in the written individualized educational plan; maintains order and supervises the conduct of youthful offenders; protects and maintains the safety of persons and property; performs other related duties.   Bruce Riley
$4,809 - $6,313 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Aug 08, 2019
Full time
Job Description The Jewish Chaplain, under direction, gives spiritual and moral guidance to State institution residents; conducts Jewish religious services and instruction; interviews and counsels adult offenders on ethical and moral problems and spiritual matters; presides at Sabbath and Jewish holiday services, and conducts other Jewish rituals as needed by institution residents; organizes and instructs classes in Jewish religion, ethics, and sacred music; cooperates with other staff members in carrying out the institution treatment program; supervises the arranging of programs conducted in the institution by visiting religious and allied groups; assists in problems involving welfare agencies where family help is needed; visits the sick; works with residents in their group and club activities; counsels with families on problems involved in rehabilitation; explains and interprets the institution’s religious program to community groups; and serves, when designated, as a member of or consultant to the institution classification committee   Bruce Riley
$4,809 - $6,313 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Aug 08, 2019
Full time
Job Description The Catholic Chaplain, under direction, gives spiritual and moral guidance to State institution residents; interviews and counsels inmates or youthful offenders on ethical and moral problems and spiritual matters; celebrates Mass; administers the Sacraments and conducts other Roman Catholic religious rites as needed by institution residents; organizes and instructs classes in Roman Catholic religion, ethics, and sacred music; cooperates with other staff members in carrying out the institution treatment program; supervises the arranging of programs conducted in the institution by visiting religious and allied groups; assists in problems involving welfare agencies where family help is needed; visits the sick; works with residents in their group and club activities; counsels with families on problems involved in rehabilitation; explains and interprets the institution’s religious program to community groups; serves, when designated, as a member of or consultant to the institution classification committee.   Bruce Riley
$5,270 - $10,600 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Aug 08, 2019
Full time
Job Description A Vocational Instructor, CF, utilizes their master skill level knowledge to motivate, prepare and train inmate students for employment and career success. Vocational instructors provide training to adult learners in a correctional environment using teaching methods that include; classroom and project-based instruction, shop demonstration, and performance based hands on training and testing. Standards included in each vocational sector are designed to prepare students for technical training, postsecondary education, and entry to a career.   Experience: Five years of journeyperson work experience in the appropriate subject specialty. At least one year of the required experience must be within three years immediately preceding the issuance of the preliminary credential. (48 semester units of postsecondary vocational training, related to the subject named on the credential and verified by official transcript, may be substituted for a maximum of two of the five years of experience.) Accumulated part-time work may also be used to meet the five-year requirement. (Possession of the required valid California Teaching Credential may be substituted for the required experience.) Education: Graduation from High School or its equivalent.   • Auto Body & Fender Repair, CF • Auto Mechanics, CF • Building Maintenance, CF • Carpentry, CF • Plumbing, CF • Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning Repair, CF • Roofer, CF • Sheet Metal Work, CF • Small Engine Repair, CF • Welding, CF • Computer & Related Technologies, CF • Cosmetology, CF • Culinary Arts, CF • Electrical Work, CF • Electronics, CF • Landscape Gardening, CF • Machine Shop Practices, CF • Masonry, CF • Office Services & Related Technologies, CF • Painting, CF     Bruce Riley
$2,615 - $3,273 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Aug 08, 2019
Full time
Job Description The Teaching Assistant, CF, under general supervision, with direction and monitoring from the classroom teacher, in the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, assists the classroom teacher in the instructional program and curriculum presentation to inmates, conducts lessons, assessments, student test corrections, computer assisted instruction, and other classroom activities; tutors students individually and in groups; compiles documents and progress reports; keeps routine records; grades objective examinations; operates audio-visual equipment; prepares graphic and written teaching materials; maintains order and supervises the conduct of students; protects and maintains the safety of persons and property; controls all classroom materials and equipment; performs other related duties.   Bruce Riley
$5,230 - $6,033 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Jul 03, 2019
Full time
The Plumber II, CF is the full journey level of the Plumber series. Individuals install, maintain, inspect, troubleshoot and repair standard plumbing equipment and systems; make rough sketches and estimate labor and materials for installation and repair; keep simple records and make reports. May prepare lists of materials and supplies; lay out a job; and lead the work of craftspeople or assistants. Maintain order and supervise the conduct of inmates; prevent escape and injury by these persons to themselves or others or to property; maintain security of working areas and work materials.     Bruce Riley
$3,993 - $5,037 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Jul 03, 2019
Full time
The Materials & Stores Supervisor II, CF, may either (1) supervise the receipt, storage, issuance, and shipping of a volume of varied supplies requiring complex storage practices in a large redistribution or point-of-use warehouse or supply room, including supervision over a group of assistants; or (2) in an assigned geographic area, to have charge of a large volume of equipment, stores and supplies for a State agency, and to be responsible for the maintenance of control records on the movement of equipment; or (3) assume equivalent duties and responsibilities in assisting a higher grade warehousing supervisor.   Bruce Riley
$6,501 - $6,826 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Jul 03, 2019
Full time
The Water & Sewage Plant Supervisor, CF, is responsible for the operation of a water treatment and sewage treatment plant, or for the operation of a large and complex plant of either type; maintains and repairs facility treatment equipment; maintains order and supervises the conduct of inmates; protects and maintains the safety of persons and property; may instruct, lead or supervise inmates.   Bruce Riley
$3,993 - $5,037 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Jul 03, 2019
Full time
The Lead Groundskeeper, CF, under direction propagate and care for flowers and ornamental plants in a large greenhouse and nursery and to lay out, plant, and care for flowers and ornamental plants and shrubs; or to work with and be in charge of a small crew doing gardening and general grounds maintenance work; maintains order and supervises the conduct of inmates.   Bruce Riley
$4,797 - $5,532 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Jul 03, 2019
Full time
The Painter II, CF, is the full journey level of the Painter series. Individuals may prepare lists of materials and supplies; estimate job costs; lay out a job; and lead the work of helpers or craftspeople; advise in the selection, ordering and storing of painting materials; consult with other craftspeople; keep simple records and make reports; may instruct, lead or supervise inmates; prevent escapes and injury by these persons to themselves or others or to property; maintain security of working areas and work materials.   Bruce Riley
$4,158 - $5,203 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Jul 03, 2019
Full time
The Supervising Correctional Cook, DOC, as a first level supervisor plans, organizes, supervises, and assists with the preparation, cooking, and serving of food to inmates and employees; supervises the maintenance of food service equipment, supplies, and work areas; directs, trains, supervises and evaluates the work of inmates and employees and takes or recommends appropriate action; may have responsibility for one of the central kitchens in a multi-facility; maintains order and supervises the conduct of inmates; protects and maintains the safety of persons and property; maintains security of working areas and work materials.   Bruce Riley
$4,039 - $4,648 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Jul 03, 2019
Full time
The Automobile Mechanic, CF inspects automotive equipment to determine the corrective action necessary; makes major repairs to automotive equipment, including major engine overhauls, tuneups, relining and adjusting brakes, wheel aligning, transmission and differential replacement and repair, electrical replacement and repair, and minor body repair; operates and maintains automotive shop equipment; advises in the selection and storage of automotive parts and equipment; estimates the cost of automotive repairs; instructs operators in the proper operation and servicing of their equipment; does minor welding and brazing work; keeps simple records and makes reports; test drives vehicles on public streets; instructs and supervises unskilled assistants; maintains order and supervises the conduct of persons committed to the Departments of Corrections; prevents escapes and injury by these persons to themselves or others or to property; maintains security of working areas and work materials; inspects premises and searches inmates, wards, residents, or patients for contraband, such as weapons or illegal drugs.     Bruce Riley 
$4,309 - $7,195 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Jun 25, 2019
Full time
Position Correctional Officer   Number of positions available Approximately 1,800 annually   Locations 35 prisons, hiring statewide   Hiring Timeframe Continuous   Introduction The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) is one of the world's largest correctional employer.  The CDCR team is comprised of more than 60,000 dedicated employees, working at 35 different prisons throughout California. We enhance public safety through safe and secure incarceration of offenders, effective parole supervision, and rehabilitation strategies to successfully reintegrate offenders into our communities.     Becoming a peace officer with CDCR means you are joining a family of dedicated, hardworking men and women responsible for ensuring public safety throughout California. Once you join CDCR, there are many career options you can take as a peace officer including Parole, Internal Affairs, Correctional Safety as well as specialized team assignments including Investigative Services Unit, Safety Emergency Response Team, Negotiations Management, Crisis Response Team, Gang Task Force, and Fugitive Apprehension Team.   The endless opportunities within CDCR can change your life as it provides an avenue for upward mobility, and secures a FUTURE for you and your family.  Only you can choose your path, and only you can make it happen.  Now’s the time, apply online at WWW.JOINCDCR.COM   Qualifications/Minimum Requirements US Citizen or applied for citizenship 21 years of age (20 at the time of application) S. high school diploma/GED No felony conviction Legally eligible to own/possess a firearm   Salary $4,309 - $7,195 monthly after academy *A 3% raise will be awarded as of June 1, 2018       Benefits / Comprehensive Medical and Retirement Package Medical, dental, vision (lifetime benefits for vested employees) CalPERS retirement, 2.5% at 57 years of age. Paid vacation   Job Description:  Correctional Officer Duties Supervise inmates in housing areas Maintain security and conduct counts of inmates Control inmate movement within the prison Listen and watch for unusual sounds or sights that may indicate illegal activity Perform searches of inmates and their living quarters or work assignment locations Visually survey prison grounds from an armed tower or central security area Respond to the scene of a disturbance or an emergency Write incident reports Transport inmates to court or medical facilities in the community   Training A 12-week comprehensive training academy is required prior to appointment at the Basic Correctional Officer Academy in Galt, CA (Salary during academy: $20.21 per hour)   Bruce Riley
$2,444 - $3,059 yearly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Jun 17, 2019
Full time
The Custodian, CF under supervision, performs janitorial duties in keeping an assigned office, building, or area clean and orderly; maintains order and supervises the conduct of inmates; protects and maintains the safety of persons and property; may instruct, lead, or supervise inmates.   Bruce Riley
$5,370 - $7,363 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
Jun 17, 2019
Full time
The Associate Hazardous Materials Specialist, under direction independently performs the more responsible, varied, and complex work associated with the evaluation, management, and regulation of hazardous materials; performs complex scientific evaluations of facility permit applications, environmental data, chemical contamination data, remedial action plans, compliance with permit conditions, and other regulatory requirements; may also be assigned responsibility for modification or application of complex scientific models in evaluating portions of the work described above. May also be assigned responsibility for development of the more difficult regulations, policies, and lead responsibility over other first working and journey level Hazardous Materials Specialist.   Bruce Riley
$4,292 - $5,693 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation California, United States
Jun 17, 2019
Full time
The Electronics Technician, CF, installs transmission lines for electrical equipment; assembles, installs and repairs electrical lights, motors, heaters, generators, transformers, switchboards and other electrical apparatus; troubleshoots electrical systems; operates electrical power generating plants; maintains an electrical shop; operates electrical equipment; advises on the selection and storage of electrical equipment; consults and works with other trades people; make rough sketches and estimates the cost of minor electrical installations; keeps simple records and make reports; leads and instructs unskilled assistants; prepare lists of materials and supplies; estimates the cost of and lay out a job; lead the work of craftspeople or helpers; maintains order and supervises the conduct of persons committed to the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; maintains security of working areas and work materials and does other related work.     Bruce Riley
$4,804 - $5,541 monthly
California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Sacramento, CA, USA
May 14, 2019
Full time
The Maintenance Mechanic, CF under general direction performs miscellaneous skilled work in the maintenance, alteration, and repair of buildings and mechanical systems; maintains order and supervises the conduct of inmates; protects and maintains the safety of persons and property; may instruct, lead or supervise inmates.   Bruce Riley