Texas Department of Criminal Justice - Midway, TX

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  • Hazardous Duty Pay *Law Enforcement & Custodial Officers System (LECOS) Retirement
  • Housing, if available
  • TDCJ Training Academy Required
  • Telephonic Interviews Will Not Be Accepted
  • Work Site Visits Will Be Conducted
  • Study Material Available
1. Graduation from an accredited senior high school or equivalent or


2. Three years full-time, wage-earning correctional custody or law

enforcement experience to include one year in the supervision of

employees. Operational Review Sergeant or Security Threat Group

Sergeant experience may be substituted for supervisory experience

for a maximum substitution of one year. Thirty semester hours with

a minimum of six semester hours in Criminal Justice from a college

or university accredited by an organization recognized by the

Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or by the United

States Department of Education (USDE) may be substituted for one

year of non-supervisory experience for a maximum substitution of

one year.

**This position is not authorized the Unit Pay Differential (UPD).

Applicants receiving a Unit Pay Differential (UPD) entitlement

will not retain the Unit Pay Differential (UPD) entitlement

if selected for this position.**

  • To ensure compliance with PD-97, the selected applicant will be required to attend or have attended Principles of Supervision (POS) training prior to being assigned to a shift.*
  • Applicants who want to schedule an appointment for a work site visit must call the contact person listed below.*
  • Information which will assist applicants in preparing for the interview and from which interview questions may be taken (study material) is available for this position. Applicants must request study material from the contact person listed below.*
  • Outside applicants will be required to submit
to pre-employment drug testing as a
of employment.*

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Most offenders locked up in Texas prisons are managed by the state Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ). The department oversees more than...