THIS POSITION IS BEING ADVERTISED UNDER THE EXCEPTED SERVICE HIRING AUTHORITY FOR INDIAN PREFERENCE CANDIDATES ONLY. ALL APPLICANTS HIRED FROM THIS VACANCY WILL BE APPOINTED ON AN EXCEPTED SERVICE APPOINTMENT UNDER THE SCHEDULE A HIRING AUTHORITY FOR INDIAN PREFERENCE, 5 CFR, PART 213.3116 (b)(8), AND SUBJECT TO A 2 YEAR TRIAL PERIOD. YOU MUST BE ELIGIBLE FOR INDIAN PREFERENCE IN ORDER TO APPLY.
This is an exciting opportunity for you to serve as an entry level Correctional Officer! This is a progressively responsible position in which the incumbent performs specific duties of the various correctional posts to which assigned. If you would like a Federal career in criminal justice, then apply today!
The individuals selected for this position will be working for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Office of Justice Services, Division of Law Enforcement Services.
Salary Information: Starting salaries - GL-3: $29,919; GL-4: $33,586; GL-5: $38,619; GL-6: $40,723.
This is announcement will be open for a period of six months to establish an inventory of available applicants. Your application package will be reviewed for possible referral as vacancies occur. Applications will be used to fill this position up to 90 days from the closing date, Thursday, December 12, 2013.
Single certification will be used to fill multiple positions in a variety of geographic locations as they occur. This means that you will only be referred to one location and one grade level at a time. Therefore, you should select the locations you wish to be considered for with care; if you are referred to a hiring manager for consideration, you will only be considered for that position during that time, and not referred for another location. You will be referred at the highest grade level for which you are found qualified.
NOTE: The Blanding, UT location is for White Mesa, UT
Whom May Apply
Indian Preference Eligibles Only - Applicant MUST submit a completed BIA 4432 form to be considered.
The major duties of this position include, but are not limited to the following:
· Transport and/or escort inmates to and from various detainment facilities, as well as program and community services.
· Collect, analyze and disseminate inmate information and generate daily, monthly, quarterly and annual status reports on respective data.
· Protect life, institution data, personal and real property and facilities from harm and/or unauthorized entities.
· Counsel inmates regarding adjustments to institution life, resolution of personal and behavioral problems, and acceptance of professional assistance in the rehabilitative process.