> Career Opportunities
If you are interested in a challenging career in the Maine Department of Corrections, the following positions are now open for recruitment.
The links below will give you the job postings and information on how to apply:
Correctional Officer/CTI – Women’s Re-Entry, Alfred: (Closes December 20, 2013)
Correctional Plant Maintenance Engineer I – MCC - Windham (Closes December 20, 2013)
Teacher, BS Juvenile – Long Creek Youth Development - So. Portland - (Closes December 20, 2013)
Probation Officer Assistant (5 anticipated Vacancies located as follows: (Closes December 18, 2013)
Advocate – Augusta (Closes December 18, 2013)
Nurse III – (Part-time) Augusta -(Closes December 18, 2013)
Correctional Officer/CTI – Carpentry – Charleston Correctional Facility, Charleston, ME (Closes December 6, 2013)
Staff Development Coordinator – Maine State Prison, Warren, Maine (Closes December 5, 2013)
Juvenile Program Worker – Long Creek Youth Development Center, So. Portland (Closes December 13, 2013)
Correctional Officer – Maine Correctional Center, Windham, Maine (Closes December 13,2013)
Correctional Officer – Maine State Prison
Office Associate II – Windham, Maine Correctional Center (Closes December 12, 2013)
Teacher B.S. Juvenile – Mountain View Youth Development Facility Charleston, Maine (Closes December 13, 2013)
Psychiatric Social Worker II Mountain View Youth Development Facility – Charleston, Maine (Closes December 13, 2013)
Substitute Teacher – Mountain View Youth Development Facility – Charleston, Maine (Closes December 13, 2013)
Correctional Trade Shop Supervisor – MCC – Open to Dept. of Corrections Employees Only (Closes December 13, 2013)
Correctional Trades Supervisor – MCC – Open to Dept. of Corrections Employees Only (Closes December 13, 2013)
We're Committed to Diversity!
The Maine Department of Corrections is committed to a work environment where all employees feel valued, safe, and free from harassment. It's our highest priority to make sure that all potential employees have equal access to opportunities for employment, assignments, and promotion. All new employees participate in diversity training other training aimed at reducing violence in the workplace and home.
Well make sure you have the training and skills you need to do your job effectively and professionally. All new staff attend a facility orientation and receive a minimum of 160 hours of training that will help you become a successful employee. Corrections officers attend a six-week classroom training academy including weekly on-the-job training covering all aspects of correctional work. Correctional officers receive continuous reinforcement which highlights the Department of Corrections Core Values - INTEGRITY, COURAGE, AND COMMITMENT.
Comprehensive Benefits Package
The State of Maine has a competitive and comprehensive benefits package. Employee benefits are negotiated with various collective bargaining units and the Maine Bureau of Employee Relations administers many of the employee benefits. For an overview of benefits please click: Benefit Information
Maine State Retirement System (Membership is required by State Statute)
- AFSCME Employees contribute 1.15% of their gross salary and the State matches with 21.29%
- MSEA Employees contribute 7.65% of their gross salary State matches 17.65 - 26.31% depending on job position
For More Information - Thank you for considering the Department of Corrections in your career plans. For information about the hiring process or about employment at any of our facilities, please contact Laurie Hayden (email@example.com).
For all other Human Resources inquiries, please contact the Human Resource Business Partner below.
Charleston Correctional Facility and Mountain View Youth Development Center: Contact Christine Conlogue
Downeast Correctional Facility: Contact Tim Cobb
Long Creek Youth Development Center: Contact Brad Fogg
Maine Correctional Center: Contact Brad Fogg
Maine State Prison / Bolduc Correctional Facility: Contact Jeanne Fales
For information about working in Community Corrections and the Southern Maine Reentry Center contact Rhonda Hutchinson-Peaslee.