We protect public safety by ensuring that federal offenders serve their sentences of imprisonment in facilities that are safe, humane, cost-efficient, and appropriately secure, and provide reentry programming to ensure their successful return to the community.
Work on the inside.
If you want to create change, you do it from the inside, out. At the Federal Bureau of Prisons, you have that opportunity with a role that’s more than a job. While working as a nurse, correctional officer or teacher, you’re also a counselor, mentor or role model. You can be someone working inside the hearts and minds of inmates, changing lives, and inside yourself building a rewarding career.
Purpose: Have a career that matters.
Will you answer the call for justice? Come to work every day knowing that you are keeping the public safe by confining federal offenders and assisting in their return to society as law-abiding citizens.
Mobility: Have a career that affords mobility.
Where will you go? Start or continue your career at one of our facilities located in 181 locations nationwide including Hawaii and Puerto Rico. In some cases, you may be able to receive moving assistance.
Flexibility: Have a career that fits YOU.
Is job flexibility important to you? Our agency offers several worklife programs including a flexible work schedule, part-time employement, job sharing, and telework options.
Growth: Have a career you can grow.
How will your story end? Many of our executives started in entry-level positions and worked their way to the top. Your performance, knowledge, skills, and abilities are the only factors that limit your career potential.
Diversity: Have a career that values diversity. Are your unique qualities appreciated? In our agency, you’ll find a diverse workforce employed from entry level jobs to senior management positions because we value that people are different and our talent reflects the communities we serve.
IdentifyCareers.com is an offering of Chaleur Creative with the intention of connecting LGBTQ+ job seekers with companies that have LGBT inclusive policies. LGBTQ+ job seekers should be valued not only for their knowledge and skill, but also their identities.