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Right now, CoreCivic is looking to hire more than 80 correctional officer positions at the Crowley County and Bent County correctional facilities.
They are offering $16.50/hour starting pay along with health benefits, paid time off, and the chance to work while training.
You need to be at least 21-years-old, hold a high school diploma, a GED, or an equivalent certification, along with a valid driver's license.
To apply, you can go to the CoreCivic website and search for those facilities - click here.
The Bent County Correctional Facility is the largest economic driver in the town of Las Animas. CoreCivic, formerly Corrections Corporation of America, owns and operates the medium-security prison that opened in 1996 as the state's first private prison. The facility houses 1,466 inmates. CoreCivic also owns and operates the medium-security Crowley County Correctional Facility in Olney Springs, which opened in 1998. The facility houses 1,894 inmates.
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