Career Opportunities

The Missouri Department of Corrections is looking for highly motivated and talented individuals to become Correctional Professionals. Correctional officers learn self-confidence and leadership skills while enhancing public safety.

Interested in starting at more than $29,000/year?
Correctional Officers start at $14.07/hour,
$14.37 after seven weeks of training,
and $14.90 after probation.
(includes 30 cent shift differential)

Health and life insurance
Long Term Disability Insurance
Uniform and meals provided.
College credit for training and
excellent retirement benefits.

12 paid holidays per year
10 hours of paid annual leave per month
10 hours of paid sick leave per month
Retiree Medical Insurance Contribution
Social Security Taxes/Medical Taxes

Correctional officers learn
self-confidence and leadership
skills while enhancing public safety.

Available Job Areas:
Custody, Maintenance, Administrative
Staff, Parole Officers, Classification,
Medical Providers, Teachers, Food
Service and Mental Health Services

For more information about available
jobs and to contact our facility directly.
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About the Facility

Fulton Reception and Diagnostic Center Staff

FRDC is dedicated to providing effective correctional services to the State of Missouri with over 425 full time state employees. FRDC is always on the lookout for hard working, motivated individuals who have a desire to learn and grow in a promising career.

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Our Vision

A Safer Missouri and the Standard of Excellence in Corrections
We desire to be the standard of excellence in the field of corrections.
Through innovation and collaboration, we want to embrace changes that better serve
Missouri communities impacted by criminal behavior and achieve a safer State
 
 

Our Mission

The Missouri Department of Corrections supervises and provides rehabilitative services to adult offenders
in correctional institutions and Missouri communities to enhance public safety.