The Wood County Sheriff’s Office is hosting a recruitment event for potential candidates who may be interested in a career as a Corrections Deputy. This event will be held on Monday, June 28 from 6:00-7:00 pm at the Wood County Sheriff’s Office. Anyone who has considered a career in corrections should attend this free event.
The evening will consist of a tour of the jail facility, along with a discussion on what the typical day of a corrections deputy could look like, how the jail operates within the sheriff’s office and then the benefits of the career in corrections, along with how to apply.
Brianne Cooper, Director of Human Resources and Finance with the Wood County Sheriff’s Office says “I think that sometimes we find people who have wondered if they would be a good fit in a career like corrections or have hesitated to apply because they don’t totally know what the job entails; so we’ve come up with the idea to have this recruitment night to educate those who may have an interest. Right now, more than ever, we are looking for those who wish to serve our citizens of Wood County and working in corrections can be an extremely rewarding career to do just that. It’s our hope that if anyone has considered working as a corrections deputy, but wants to know more about it, attends our event on June 28th.”
For more information or if you are interested in attending this event, please RSVP to Director Cooper via email at: email@example.com or reach her by phone at 419-354-9005.