Uses typewriter, computer keyboard and copy machine to include chemical toners and dispersants. Handles and types large numbers of reports, forms, logs, etc. Review great quantities of paper work. Issues cleaning chemicals to orderlies. Has constant inmate contact.
Control Room Post:
Sitting Post. Requires the constant use of the telephone, radio, public address system, electric door switches, as well as computer keyboard and typewriter. Issues all keys and other security equipment to include radios, weapons, handcuffs, and chemical agents. Must maintain and prepare numerous logs and reports.
This is a vehicular post assignment that requires sitting or standing. It requires the use of a two-way radio microphone, handling and using weapons and ammunition. The officer must remain alert and monitor the area of responsibility. This post should not come into contact with any chemicals other than those present on the weapons and vehicle.
Receiving Gate Post:
Use of keys and radio. Post is constantly moving. Must search all vehicles entering warehouse gate. Must search all inmates entering or exiting the facility. Issues cleaning supplies, hand and power tools, and chemicals associated with their use.
Inside Security Post:
A walking post. Requires constant patrols and searches. Continuous use of keys, flashlight, and hand-held radio. Constant inmate contact to include searching inmates and property, which may involve the use of physical force. Will be in contact with cleaning chemicals on day shift and may have contact on evening and night shifts.
Requires constant walking and patrolling of area, in and out of buildings. Continuous inmate contact to include searches of inmates and property. Continuous use of keys. Prepares and maintains logs and other reports. This post will come into daily contact with cleaning chemicals on the day shift and on a regular basis on the evening and night shifts.
Inside Grounds Work Squad Post:
Supervises large numbers of inmates daily. Issues tools, equipment, cleaning supplies. May be involved in physical force and must complete search of inmates on a regular basis. Required to use gasoline, oil and other lubricants with lawn mowers and other power tools.
Confinement of Post:
Sitting and standing post. A great deal of walking. Direct inmate contact to include searching inmates and property. Must inventory inmate property. Fill out and maintain logs and other reports. Will be in contact with cleaning supplies on day and evening shifts, may be in contact with cleaning chemicals on night shift. Continuous use of keys and may come in to contact with chemical agents (CO, CS, CN) on any shift.
Disciplinary Squad/Public Work Squad Post:
Must drive for short distances (forty miles round trip), issue hand and garden tools and equipment. Constant inmate contact. May be involved in physical force. May be in contact cleaning chemicals, gasoline, oils or other lubricants. Works with civilian work crews in the community. Must do thorough searches of inmates daily.
Medical Escort Post:
Relieves all other posts for lunch and when not being used in this capacity, may work any other post as needed. Must drive for long distances. Constant inmate contact to include search of inmates and property. Carries and may use weapons to include chemical agents. Is required to wear body armor.
Motor Pool Post:
Supervises inmates in the repair of vehicles and equipment. Repairs vehicles and equipment. Constant use of hand tools, keys, power tools and other equipment. May contact a number of flammable, caustic, or toxic chemicals daily.
Handles all inmate clothing and linen requirements. Uses cleaning chemicals which include chlorine bleach. Supervises inmates directly and may be involved in physical force and searches of inmates.
Handles raw and cooked food. Handles cleaning chemicals, and kitchen tools, both hand and power. Supervises large numbers of inmates on a daily basis and is required to conduct searches of inmates, property and the work area. May be involved in the use of physical force.
Relieves control room and perimeter posts for lunch. Constant inmate contact to include searches of property. Use of postage meter and copy machine to include chemical dispersants and toners. Handles every piece of mail entering the facility. May be involved in the search of inmates. Transports inmates and picks up deliveries from local vendors. May come into contact with any type of chemical.
The Florida Department of Corrections is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Certain veterans and spouses of veterans receive preference in employment
by the state as provided by Chapter 295, Florida Statutes, and are encouraged to apply.