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Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction Careers in Corrections

Job Postings

Available positions at the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction are posted on the
 
State of Ohio Job Search page.


  • Corrections Officers.  The Department of Rehabilitation and Correction is looking for dedicated security-minded criminal justice professionals to assume the responsibilities of Correction Officer.  Click here for additional information.
  • BE/BC Primary Care Physicians needed in the specialties of IM, FM, or EM to provide medical services in state prison facilities across Ohio.  Click here for additional information.
  • Psychiatrists needed to provide delivery of psychiatric/mental health care services to inmates incarcerated in correctional institutions.  Click here for additional information.
  • Ohio Licensed Psychologists needed to provide clinical services to offenders with mental illness in the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction. Click here for additional information.
  • Registered Nurses needed to provide clinical nursing services for the adult ambulatory offender population within Ohio’s prisons and medical facilities. Click here for more information.

The Department of Rehabilitation and Correction has openings available for career oriented individuals interested in the professional field of corrections. A variety of vocations exist, including: corrections officers, social workers, clerical support, psychologists, account clerks, librarians, maintenance, nursing, teachers, food service and other specialized services that are necessary to maintain our prison community.

Corrections officers make up the largest group of employees and provide services including supervision of inmates in living, dining and work areas as well as transportation of inmates. Corrections officers are assigned to one of three shifts, and have two consecutive days off each week.

The Division of Parole and Community Services also has a need for quality, career oriented individuals. Positions include parole officers, clerical support, parole program supervisors, Parole Board hearing officers and Parole Board members. Parole Officers in the field supervise probationers, parolees, or other offenders under the supervision of the Adult Parole Authority and provide counseling, employment referrals, and rehabilitation plans.

The Department of Rehabilitation and Correction is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.