California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

Questions and Answers about California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.

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Unpredictable,you never knew if you were going to work an extra shift and you could not refuse

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Unpredictable. You never knew if you were going to be ordered to work an extra shift, and you could not refuse.

Answered - Licensed Vocational Nurse (Former Employee) - Chino, CA

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Stressful.

Answered - Youth correctional couselor (Current Employee) - Stockton, CA

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The hours are great... 3 different shifts it works out well..

Answered - CNA - Certified Nursing Assistant (Current Employee) - Chino, CA

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Flexible, 4x10's

Answered - SENIOR PSYCHOLOGIST, SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) - Tracy, CA 95378

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Eight hour shifts, but working 16 hours on some days is not unusual.

Answered - Correctional Officer (Former Employee) - Lancaster, CA

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Great1 8 hours a day plus can choose to work overtime.

Answered - Correctional Officer (Former Employee) - Corcoran, CA

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I worked 6am to 2pm, You are mandatable for an extra 8 hour shift

Answered - Licensed Psychiatric Technician (Former Employee) - San Luis Obispo, CA

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4 day 10 hour shifts. Yet, they are flexible in this are

Answered - Mental Health Social Worker (Current Employee) - Corcoran, CA

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