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Do you have food service experience or maybe a background in culinary arts? How would you like to take your career to the next level?

Food Service Specialist Starting at $15.48/HR + $3/HR Diff = $18.48/HR + $2,000 Hiring Bonus! Manage, coordinate, and train the inmate population in safe food handling practices to prepare, cook/bake, and serve food.

Join our Food Service team today! https://bit.ly/2EDpI8E

**Disclaimer: Not all NDCS facility locations might have openings for this specific classification, check our website regularly for updates!Read more

It’s been more than two decades since “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People” was first published and brought its life-changing tools for personal transformation to the world. This fall, these men at the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution joined the ranks of those whose lives have been touched by these timeless principles.

These groups completed 7 Habits on the Inside, a 12-week program based on this book’s seven key habits and tailored for the incarcerated individual. Through this program, created by FranklinCovey in cooperation with the Colorado Department of Corrections, participants learn to be proactive,...Read more

October is Center of Operational Excellence (COE) Month and we'd like to give a shoutout to our NDCS Process Improvement Team: Andrew Spady, Eric Kasik, Shaun Grantski and Eric Spry. They consistently work on multiple projects throughout the department that add value to the team, create engagement and give people a voice by using Lean Six Sigma methodology and customer-focused efforts to bring positive changes.

Follow us for future NDCS teammate stories and continuous process improvement achievements that we will be sharing throughout October in celebration of COE Month.

#CenterofOperationalExcellence #COEMonth...Read more

The hum of printers can be heard throughout the shop, while a team puts the finishing touches on the graphics for a project. Stacks of paper, signs and plaques sit ready to be shipped to customers across Nebraska.

It’s another day at the full-service CSI print shop located at the Reception and Treatment Center (RTC).

On average, the shop employs 25 incarcerated men, who learn valuable skills in graphic design and printing. Their work with CSI prepares them for employment in a variety of fields upon their return to the community.

The design team works with customers to create a wide range of print and...Read more

Calling all accountants and finance experts! We have immediate openings in our accounting department at Central Office - check out the current listings here: https://bit.ly/2I63RI1

For more information about NDCS benefits go to corrections.nebraska.gov/careers

#accountants #NDCSjobs #nowhiring #applyingforajob #stayforacareerRead more

Several months of dedication culminated in an important achievement for these individuals at the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women and the Tecumseh State Correctional Institution. As graduates of the Thinking for a Change (T4C) program, they have developed social and problem-solving skills that will allow them to react to situations in positive ways.

Created by the National Institute of Corrections, T4C is a high-level cognitive behavioral program that utilizes role playing to address attitudes, behavior, family, friends and criminogenic thinking. Throughout the class, participants practiced applying the skills they...Read more

Yesterday was a special day for Class 1122 – the newest NDCS teammates. During the graduation ceremony, they took the pledge and celebrated their accomplishments with family and friends. After six weeks of pre-service training, this group is ready to join their teammates at their respective facilities and support the NDCS mission to keep people safe.

Congratulations to the graduates! #KeepPeopleSafe #TeammateTuesdayRead more

This summer, Omaha Correctional Center (OCC) became the "home of tossed pancakes" with a visit by the Pancake Man! The event was sponsored by the OCC Employee Activity Committee (EAC), which hosts fun and engaging events for teammates at the facility.

The EAC would like to report that most of the tossed pancakes were caught! Thank you to everyone that helped make this event fun and successful. And a huge thank you to our team members for your tireless efforts to keep OCC a safe and great place to work. #PankcakeMan #NDCSEventsRead more

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