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Bismarck, ND 58501

701.328.6390 · Phone
701.328.6651 · Fax

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Careers In Corrections: Education

Educational opportunities within the North Dakota Department of Corrections range from adult basic education and technical skills to college accredited post-secondary education.   Assisting students to reach goals of technical training and educational levels can be a very rewarding career that includes celebration of achievements, especially when students reach milestones of earning a GED or technical certification.

Employment positions in the education units are:  instructor, administrative officer, and workforce technician.

Instructor requires a bachelor’s degree in the required teaching field, two years of teaching experience, and possession of a valid North Dakota Teaching Certificate.  Technical instructors may possess certification from North Dakota Department of Career and Technical Education rather than a North Dakota Teaching Certificate.

Administrative Officer II requires five years of duties at a level of responsibility that would prepare an individual to perform the position’s functions.  College-level course work in business administration, or a field directly related to the work to be performed may be substituted for the required work experience on a year-for-year basis.

Workforce Technician (temporary status positions) requires three years of duties at a level of responsibility that would prepare an individual to perform the position’s functions.   College-level coursework in a field directly related to the work to be performed may be substituted for the required work experience on a year-for-year basis.

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