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An Oneida CountyCorrection Officer is a sworn, uniformed member of the Sheriff’s Office whose primary responsibility is the enforcement of rules and regulations governing security, conduct, discipline, safety and general well being of inmates of the county correctional facility. To accomplish these tasks, a Correction Officer must master many skills:

Applications for full-time and part-time Correction Officer positions are accepted on a continual basis. All applications must be submitted to the Oneida County Personnel Department.

2008 Starting Salary:

Benefits:

Age Requirement:

Education Requirements:

License Requirement:

Citizenship Requirement:

Residency Requirement:

Written Examination:

Background Investigation: