Company: The Geo Group
Posted on: January 27, 2023
The GEO Group - Virtual Open House Event
In a time when most companies are cutting back, GEO is looking
The GEO Group, Inc. is seeking individuals like YOU to JOIN our
TEAM as a RN, LPN, Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant,
Physician or Administrator!
The GEO Group, Inc. has multiple opportunities throughout the
country to begin or continue your career in corrections and join
our growing team!
Please register to join our Virtual Open House to ask questions and
learn how to start your career. We look forward to meeting you and
helping you begin or continue your employment journey!
DATE: Tuesday, January 31, 2023
TIME: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm (EST)
If you are a Healthcare Professional, you have what we need to be a
join our staff at one of our many facilities throughout the United
States. Join us as a full-time employee and you will enjoy
competitive benefits including Medical, Dental, and Vision
Insurance, Personal Time Off (PTO), 401(k) Retirement Plan, Basic
Life Insurance, Tuition Reimbursement and Paid Holidays. GEO also
offers paid training and advancement opportunities.
A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES:
GEO's success around the world has been achieved by our
highly-trained workforce. Our highly skilled professionals manage
secure facilities, processing centers, and community reentry
centers throughout the country.
GEO doesn't just provide a job; GEO provides employees with a
career they can feel good about. We adhere to the highest standards
of quality and hire only those who strive to be their best.
There has never been a better time to join our growing group of
professionals. By joining our family, you'll receive the honor and
recognition that comes with working for the industry's global
What type of person is a good candidate for a Correctional
Healthcare providers are critical in the continuum of care for
people who are incarcerated. While procedures can vary from
facility to facility, nurses, for example, are typically the first
point of contact. Correctional nurses perform intake exams,
distribute daily medications and assess when a patient may need to
see a specialist for further observation.
Given the responsibilities of a correctional healthcare provider,
paired with the range of health issues that are encountered, it's
important to have a broad skill set that includes dealing with
chronic medical conditions, substance abuse, mental health,
infectious disease and injuries. Having experience in an emergency
room setting, for example, may help a provider more easily
transition to working in a correctional setting.
As for specialized training, there is no universal standard for
experience or certifications for providers in order to be hired to
work in a correctional facility. Most facilities instead institute
on-the-job training to prepare their health care staff. Healthcare
providers do have the option of earning certifications from the
National Commission on Correctional Health Care to build their
What is the workplace like?
While the mission of a correctional healthcare provider is the same
as any licensed professional - to provide the best possible care
for every patient - working in a correctional facility has some
distinct differences from traditional health care settings.
Correctional facility protocols are, in a word, strict. The
presence of a deputy or corrections officer is required in the
Health Services department. Most correctional healthcare providers
will voice that working in a correctional facility often feels
safer than in a hospital. Safety and security are top priorities
for correctional facilities.
The GEO Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we look forward
to chatting with you!
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