Queensland Corrective Services is looking to offer more than 400 full-time jobs with a range of career opportunities across the State as part of a recruitment campaign.
The campaign encourages Queenslanders to ‘take a look inside’ to see if they have what it takes to help keep our communities safe.
Advertised jobs include nearly 100 new positions at Capricornia Correctional Centre in Rockhampton, which is undergoing a major expansion.
With the transition of Arthur Gorrie Correctional Centre in Brisbane to public operation from 1 July, there are also more than 150 jobs in the centre to be filled.
Across Queensland, there are jobs available key locations including Brisbane, Woodford, Maryborough, Rockhampton, Townsville, and Mareeba.
Positions available range from Custodial Correctional Officers and Trade Instructors to qualified Psychologists.
Commissioner Peter Martin APM encouraged Queenslanders to apply to join Queensland Corrective Services, a top tier front line public safety agency.
“I encourage people from all walks of life to take a look inside and see if they are up to the challenge of a career in corrections as we undergo transformational change and growth,” Commissioner Martin said.
“Working for QCS is deeply meaningful – we transform lives, and communities, every single day. Working for QCS means working at the front line of public safety or providing direct support to those who do.
“This is a great opportunity. For those looking for work in this crisis, we are offering a chance to become part of a team in a stable environment, and join the front line emergency services keeping Queensland safe,” Commissioner Martin said.