Coffee Creek Correctional Facility (CCCF) in Wilsonville will be holding a one-day recruiting event on Saturday, November 13, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Clackamas Community College – McLoughlin Hall. During this event, corrections professionals will share information about a career as a Correctional Officer with the Oregon Department of Corrections.
Those who come on board at CCCF will join a team of 4,500 corrections professionals across the state within the Oregon Department of Corrections (DOC). In addition to excellent benefits, DOC provides many opportunities for job rotations, promotions, and continuing professional development.
All attendees will receive assistance with the online application and scheduling for the National Testing Network (NTN) REACT Test for Correctional Officers ($41 fee – accepted payment methods are: valid credit card, debit card, or prepaid debit card). Participants may register prior to the event at: https://nationaltestingnetwork.com/publicsafetyjobs.
Those wishing to attend will need to bring valid photo identification (driver's license, military ID, or passport).
The event will be held at Clackamas Community College – McLoughlin Hall, located at 19600 S. Molalla Ave., Oregon City. Interested applicants with questions about the recruiting event may call (503) 570-6668. They may also visit www.odocjobs.com for more information.
CCCF is a multi-custody prison located in Wilsonville accommodating 1,260 adults in custody. The prison has cell and dormitory housing, work programs, skills training, treatment programs, health services, religious services, physical plant, a central records unit, and administrative areas. CCCF participates in prison industries with Oregon Corrections Enterprises, including a contact center, auto CAD, and document scanning. In addition, CCCF houses the state’s intake center, which provides intake and evaluation of all individuals committed to state custody by the courts. The intake center houses approximately 400 adults in custody. CCCF’s minimum facility opened in 2001, and the medium facility opened in 2002.
Source: Oregon Department of Corrections