Job Opportunities
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There are numerous resources on the Internet for employment opportunities in the field of criminal justice. A few links to these resources are provided below. Please be aware that these links will open new pages outside of the JSU domain. Neither the Department of Criminal Justice nor JSU controls or specifically endorses any information found on these sites.

In addition, from time to time the Department of Criminal Justice receives announcements of job openings related to the criminal justice field. These are listed under the Internet related sites. Due to time and space constraints, only basic information about these jobs will be presented. Please contact the hiring agency for further information. Once again, neither the Criminal Justice Department nor JSU specifically endorses any of the agencies listed.

This webpage is provided for informational purposes only.

Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences

Chronicle of Higher Education
(job search engine)

HigherEdJobs

911HotJobs

Law Enforcement Jobs

Officer.Com
(a general information site with employment links)

JobSearch.USAJobs.Gov

Other Announcements
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Corrections Officers

Calhoun County, Alabama

The Calhoun County Sheriff's Office has openings for part-time correctional officers. This is a great opportunity for students seeking experience in their chosen field while working part time. Applications are available at the County Jail as well as online. Other full-time and part-time employment information can also be viewed on the website.

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Updated (04-01-14):

The State of Alabama Personnel Department is currently taking applications for the position of Crime Information Supervisory Agent (61035). This position is permanent and full-time, with minimum qualifications being a Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Government, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, Information Technology, Business Administration, Public Administration, or closely related field; and five years of experience as a sworn law enforcement officer to include two years of formal supervisory experience. Additional information as well as applications for this position can be found at www.personnel.alabama.gov. Applications for this position will be accepted until April 09, 2014. A copy of this job posting can also be found in the main Criminal Justice office in Brewer Hall, Room 126.