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Wellington Correctional Complex recruiting Services and Programs staff 

Published date: Monday 27 May 2019

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Wellington Correctional Complex is looking for staff to join their team in assisting inmates to address their offending behaviour and help them successfully integrate back into the community.  

Corrective Services NSW is hosting a recruitment information session at Dubbo RSL this Thursday 30 May and is inviting interested jobseekers to attend. 

Offenders Services and Programs Manager Kathryn Mills said Wellington was looking to recruit 22 Services and Programs Officers, known as SAPOs. 

“SAPOs deliver a range of services and programs to correctional centre inmates and play a critical role in supporting offenders and helping them change their lives,” Ms Mills said. 

“Assisting people to address their offending behaviour and reintegrate successfully back into the community helps to make our societies stronger and safer.” 

Staff from Corrective Services NSW, including the Aboriginal Strategy and Policy Unit and Wellington Correctional Centre will be at Dubbo RSL to talk about the SAPO role, CSNSW and answer any questions. 

The recruitment for the Wellington Correctional Complex will include positions for the Macquarie and Wellington correctional centres and the High Intensity Programs Unit, providing services to male and female offenders. 

The role offers on-the-job training and development, flexible work arrangements and access to staff benefits. 

CSNSW is part of the Department of Justice, which is committed to building workplaces that value and support diversity and inclusion.  

We actively promote the employment of people living with a disability, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. 

Corrective Services NSW Information Night 

From 6.30pm – 8.30pm, Thursday 30 May 2019
Dubbo RSL
178 Brisbane Street, Dubbo
RSVP: Kathryn.Mills@justice.nsw.gov.au
For more information visit justice.nsw.gov.au