Corrections Barber Instructor

Company Name:
PA Department of Corrections
Employment Opportunity
Department of Corrections (DOC) currently has four openings for Corrections Barber Instructors, one each at SCI-Houtzdale (Clearfield County), SCI-Somerset (Somerset County), SCI-Coal Township (Northumberland County), and SCI-Huntingdon (Huntingdon County).
Nature of Work
You will conduct barbering schools for inmates in vocational training programs in correctional institutions and facilities. You will develop curriculum, test questions and course requirements. You will also instruct inmates in barbering using classroom instruction and demonstration, and supervise student inmates who provide barbering
to other inmates.
Current licensure as a Barber
issued by the Pennsylvania State Board of Barber Examiners.
SCI-Houtzdale (Clearfield County)
209 Institution Drive
Houtzdale, PA 16698-1000
Phone: (814) 378-1000
SCI-Somerset (Somerset County)
1590 Walters Mill Road
Somerset, PA 15510-0001
Phone: (814) 443-8100
SCI-Coal Township (Northumberland County)
1 Kelley Drive
Coal Township, PA 17866-1020
Phone: (570) 644-7890
SCI-Huntingdon (Huntingdon County)
1100 Pike Street
Huntingdon, PA 16654-1112
Phone: (814) 643-2400
Salary Range
$38,181 - $73,900 annually
Comprehensive health insurance; liberal retirement/pension plan; paid vacation, personal and sick leave; paid holidays; prescription, vision and dental plan coverage (after six months); paid group life insurance, and much more.
How To Apply
Interested applicants can apply online at www.scsc.state.pa.us. Register with the homepage to set up a User ID and Password. Once logged in, select View Open
and Apply from the menu. Select announcement #2006-868 for CORRECTIONS BARBER INSTRUCTOR AND MANAGER. Once the announcement appears, click Next Page to begin the application process. Application materials can also be obtained by calling the Pennsylvania State Civil Service Commission at (717) 783-3058.
If you have questions about these opportunities, please call the PA Department of Corrections at (717) 728-5357.

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