We are looking to add quality individuals to our team and will train you for working in corrections.
Providing Security. Change lives.
• Must be a United States Citizen • Must be at least 18 years of age on or before the date of employment • Must not have a recorded felony conviction • Must possess a valid driver’s license • Must have earned a high school diploma or GED
We are looking to add quality individuals to our team. No experience is required. If you are looking for a starting career, your next career, or you are interested in the field of law enforcement, apply today.
CCSO Corrections Officers are responsible for providing security, and often they also impact the lives of the inmates housed at the Clark County Correctional Facility. Corrections Officers work as a team every day to ensure security and consistency for those we are responsible for.
Corrections Officers perform intake and release functions, floor monitoring, serve the control counter, prepare and file reports, supervise inmates, and other related functions.
The first step in the process is to fill out an application.
The Clark County Correctional Complex is a place for inmates to peacefully serve their sentences and reduce recidivism.
Built in 2007, the space was thoughtfully designed for both inmates and employees. With several housing units, each divided into pods and wards, inmates are carefully classified and provided with access to recreational and educational facilities. Kiosks throughout the space allow inmates to visit via video, order from commissary, schedule future visitations, and seek medical consultation.
The complex is able to house 700 inmates, but typically averages between 550 and 600 on any given day.
The Clark County Sheriff's Office expects the highest standards of performance, ethical conduct, and truthfulness of all officers — on and off duty. All applicants will be interviewed to ensure their values align with those of the Office.
To uphold the integrity of the Office, all applicants must undergo an extensive pre-employment character background and criminal history check, as well as polygraph and drug tests.
OATH OF OFFICE
Welcome to the team! Applicants who have been extended a job offer will take an Oath of Office to affirm their commitment to faithfully and impartially carrying out the duties of the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office values the work of corrections officers and aims to demonstrate that through competitive pay.
Effective January 1, 2023, the starting rate for probationary correction officers is $20.04 per hour.
Additionally, applicants with experience as a certified jail officer/corrections officer/prison officer at another federal, state, or local agency may be credited with one year for each year of experience.
The increase shown from year to year is guaranteed for each year of service. Officers are eligible for additional increases based on level of education, job performance evaluations, specialties and available certifications achieved.
Now recruiting dedicated men and women
Are you looking for a job that is exciting and makes a difference? You have found the right place. Join the Clark County Sheriff’s Office and start your career today.