Custodial Correctional Officers (CCO) are part of a broader team of QCS staff who contribute to community safety through the secure containment of prisoners, and supervision of offenders in the community.
CCOs work in stimulating, challenging and rewarding environments in some of the most modern and technologically advanced correctional centres in the world.
As a CCO, you are the eyes and ears on the inside - at the frontline of custodial operations. You will play a crucial role in the rehabilitation of prisoners by using your communication skills to be an agent of change, role model and case manager.
You will maintain the security of a correctional centre, supervise prisoners in correctional centres or in the courts, write reports, interact with other professional staff, and may interact with police, solicitors, contractors, and the public.
Last updated: 19 March 2013