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Extremely stressful and hostile work envirnoment. Indeed Featured review The most useful review selected by Indeed. Great job benefits with endless potenetial to advance.
It is also a highly stressful environment, extremely short staffed, over the top mandatory overtime. Was this review helpful? Yes No. Report Share. One of the best opportunities someone could ask for in their community.
Good job Excellent Benefits. Ability to transfer or promote all over the US. Do not believe the negative comments were some will say it is no good. In the majority of cases the former employees are retired. Pros good job, great benefits, early retirement. Cons none. It an enjoyable job just be careful. It can be a dangerous job in seconds. You must keep your eyes and ears at all times.
Working with inmate can be very demanding. Pros none. Great job!
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It would be nice to start it while you are young and you can go anywhere in the US and make as much money as you desire! At our location there is plenty of overtime, very understanding supervisors, and lots of staff support. The work is not too strenuous and you have free time to do what it is you need to do! Great place to work.
Federal bureau of prisons employee reviews in beaumont, tx
It was not a. The work would never get finished because the officers would rather sit in the air conditioner room rhan actually do any work. It took 6 months to clean one condenser. Would you recommend working at your company? Help people considering your employer make a good choice.
The agency provided me with a lot of opportunity to grow and advance. The daily work day full of a lot of challenges and required me to be flexible. The work day never the same. I was often met with new and extreme challenges. I often had to multi task and work on short suspense deadlines. This is an easy way to get into federal service, particularly federal law enforcement.
It does offer the opportunity for almost unlimited advancement for those who are able to navigate a completely political, "good 'ol boy" culture. Yes There are 3 helpful reviews 3 No. Get paid pennies for the amount of work expected to work and the type of work they expect is not worth it. The staff is mostly hateful and don't talk to each other. Yes There are 1 helpful reviews 1 No. A foundation built on solid ground. We excel at our mission because we have a strong value system at our core. Combined with a comprehensive strategic plan, our agency has a clear vision of how to accomplish the correctional goals and operational objectives we have set out to achieve.
Yes No There are 1 unhelpful reviews 1.
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Being in the federal bureau of prisons, I had a job as a sewer line cleaner. We made sure that the lines where never stuck or filled with trash and we also maintained the water pumps working. We maintain the safety and security of a confined facility. I specialize in areas of security, safety, data management, ability and confrontational avoidance.
The Bureau is a team oriented work place that will challenge your skill level but allow you to advance if you consider being mobile. The agency will train you to be better prepared to work in a restricted atmosphere but will also allow you to be better prepared for future advancement in your career. This is a very good federal job and the people is wonderful that you work with.
The only down fall is that they can hire you and they have 1 year to complete your background check in case they want to fire you but they are so behind and can fire you even after 1 year of them failing to complete your background check by not following their own policy and you also have to have good credit to work here. They reinvestigate you and your background every 5 years. Pros Retirement and benefits. Cons 1 year back ground check and danger of the job.
Yes There are 3 helpful reviews 3 No There are 1 unhelpful reviews 1.
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A typical work day at the prison is to come in and do security checks. Make sure the inmates are in a safe and secure enviroment Correctional officer Current Employee - Beaumont, TX - October 19, We are here to make sure the inmates needs are met and to also make sure they are in a safe and secure environment at all times.
Making sure hard contraband and weapons does not make it into the facility. Active participation required at all times.
With the right demeanor one can thrive at the Bureau of Prisons and move forward and upward. This can be within the state as well as out of state, depending on openings and your level of commitment to upward mobility.
Pros Vacation days and sick days a valuable benefit asset. Cons Mandatory overtime when overtime roster is exhausted. A great place to invest your skills and abilities. There are several jobs in the many departments at the prison complex that anyone can promote to within.
The positions are considered Law Enforcement and offers a twenty year retirement at age fifty. Over all its a fantastic and gratifying career. Pros Professional environment. Cons Stressful. Productive and enriching.
Regarding the personal and professional needs, the job offered an adequate supply and demand feature which can alwaysbe improved. Pros Managable hours. Cons More structure needed. The job is alright you top out as a gl For some people thats fine but for some people who want to support their family and live comfortably without doing a ton of overtime its not worth it. Promoting to a gl-8 is hard because they rarely hire for it and you can only do it at your institution you cant transfer out for your 8.
If your not a veteran it seems like you don't get qualified for any job you put in for. Yes There are 4 helpful reviews 4 No There are 2 unhelpful reviews 2. Cut throat, behind the back manipulations, no room for advancement, always changing things to suit the favored few. Horrible conditions for officers but more geared to inmates.