Florida Department Of Corrections Announces $1,000 Hiring Bonuses

October 9, 2019

The Florida Department of Corrections has announced $1,000 hiring bonuses for new hires at several institutions statewide, including the Santa Rosa Correctional Institution in Milton.

Applicants who complete their correctional officer certification through either FDC or certain state colleges will be eligible for the bonus. Paid training is available through the program.

The bonus program does not include the Century Correctional Institution.

Certified new hires are eligible to receive bonuses at the following institutions:

  • Apalachee Correctional Institution (Sneads)
  • Calhoun Correctional Institution (Blountstown)
  • Columbia Correctional Institution (Lake City)
  • Cross City Correctional Institution (Cross City)
  • Dade Correctional Institution (Florida City)
  • Franklin Correctional Institution (Carrabelle)
  • Florida State Prison (Raiford)
  • Gulf Correctional Institution (Wewahitchka)
  • Hamilton Correctional Institution (Jasper)
  • Hardee Correctional Institution (Bowling Green)
  • Jefferson Correctional Institution (Monticello)
  • Liberty Correctional Institution (Bristol)
  • Madison Correctional Institution (Madison)
  • Martin Correctional Institution (Indiantown)
  • Mayo Annex (Mayo)
  • Northwest Florida Reception Center (Chipley)
  • Okeechobee Correctional Institution (Okeechobee)
  • Reception and Medical Center (Lake Butler)
  • Santa Rosa Correctional Institution (Milton)
  • South Florida Reception Center (Doral)
  • Suwannee Correctional Institution (Live Oak)
  • Taylor Correctional Institution (Perry)
  • Tomoka Correctional Institution (Daytona Beach)
  • Union Correctional Institution (Raiford)
  • Wakulla Correctional Institution (Crawfordville)
  • Walton Correctional Institution (De Funiak Springs)

For more information regarding a career with the Florida Department of Corrections, visit FLDOCjobs.com.

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Comments

3 Responses to “Florida Department Of Corrections Announces $1,000 Hiring Bonuses”

  1. They’re clueless on October 11th, 2019 7:04 am

    No matter how many different Governors or Secretaries take office, they just don’t seem to get it. FDC’s priorities are backwards & they continue to lose senior staff at an alarming rate. While they’re focusing on new hires (some now 18-years-old) their experienced staff are fed up & have had enough. Why would you not focus your attention & money on staff RETENTION? Show them that their experience and knowledge matters! If you were there for 10-20 years & a brand new baby-faced teenager was hired making your exact salary (or more after their bonus,) that tells you that your experience means nothing to FDC. However, you’re expected to train the new hires because of your knowledge & experience? WAKE UP, Tallahassee!!!

  2. David on October 9th, 2019 11:44 am

    @ Lieutenant…….you are correct…..flipping a coin for the answer dont work

  3. LIEUTENANT on October 9th, 2019 7:42 am

    If they think that this is the answer they are sadly mistaken……….





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