Corrections Officers (Marshall County Sheriff's Office)
Corrections Officers Needed
The Marshall County Sheriff's Office is now accepting applications for two Corrections Officers. The jail staff works 12-hour shifts, 4 days on and 4 days off. This will be for the night shift, but will be trained for days and nights.
Benefits include BC/BS health insurance, vacation and sick leave, KPERS state retirement plan with starting wage at $18.18/hr.
Requirements: Candidate must be a high school graduate or equivalent with no felony convictions. Candidates will be required to take a Corrections Officer selections test and medical physical. Successful candidates will also attend the Kansas Jail Training Academy KJTA).
Applications can be obtained at the Marshall County Sheriff's Office, on the Marshall County Kansas website or we can email you one-- just call and give the dispatcher your email address. This position will remain open until both positions are filled. The Marshall County Sheriff's Office is an equal opportunity employer.