Adult Corrections Officer Recruit
PSD HAWAII MAX RECRUIT JOB POSTING
ADULT CORRECTIONS OFFICER RECRUIT
Adult Corrections Officer Recruit is the entry-level in the series initially consisting of training in adult corrections officer work, and the independent performance of custody and control work consistent with training completed. Initially, incumbents receive formal on-the-job training in basic work methods and procedures, and work with higher grade corrections officers and receive specific instruction. In the beginning, independent security and custodial duties are performed at less difficult posts. As training progresses, an incumbent will eventually be independently responsible on an assigned shift at any post for maintaining the safekeeping and control of adult residents in group quarters and individual activities. Incumbents may also receive training in inmate redirection work characteristic of the next higher level.
Examples of Duties: Assists and/or supervises the oversight of residents in housing units, during meals and bathing, at recreation, in various testing procedures and on work assignments; escorts residents to and from activities and on trips outside the facility; stands armed watch on post or patrols grounds, security walls and fences; takes periodic counts of inmates; participates and assists in searches of residents and inspection of quarters for contraband; guards entrance ways and searches vehicles; informs visitors of rules and assists and/or performs the search of their person; reports infractions of rules or suspicious occurrences to a higher level officer and/or takes other required action; prevents escapes and/or injury by residents to themselves, employees and to property; participates in searches for escapees; receives and checks firearms, ammunition and other supplies and equipment; assists in advising new residents on rules, procedures, schedules, etc.; may provide information to individual residents on community resources and makes referrals to the professional staff; observes and reports on conditions affecting the well-being and behavior of residents, and other information which may be helpful in the correctional process; assists in maintaining and encouraging communication and relations with inmates including group discussion sessions with inmates; makes entries in a log and prepares reports as necessary.