IDOC Job Fair on 12/10

Adrian Holman

Finding permanent job employment during the holidays can be difficult because companies are only seeking to fill temporary spots or seasonal positions at this time. People need to have a job all year round instead of for three months.

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Well, there is an awesome opportunity on Saturday, December 10th. The Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) will be holding screening all day Saturday from 7:30 AM to 5 PM CST at the University of St. Francis. The Illinois Department of Corrections will have screenings for open positions as a correctional officer trainee and as a correctional treatment officer trainee.

Signing up will take place from 7:30 AM until 8:30 AM. You will need to fill out all of these forms in order to apply.

- Before showing up on Saturday morning, you will have to fill out the online applicant data form on the IDOC website. Once you fill out the online applicant data form, then the site will schedule you for the screening on Saturday. The rest of the documents listed below must be brought to the screening.

- A CMS 100 application form.

- An applicant information form.

- A release of information form.

- A DOC 0037 employment reference check form.

- A copy of your birth certificate.

- A copy of your diploma or GED.

- A copy of your Selective Service System registration card.

- A copy of college transcripts or college diploma.

- A copy of a photo ID.

- A copy of and your original driver's license.

If you are a military veteran, then you will need to bring a certified copy of your DD214/DD215. If you are currently in the Illinois National Guard or the US Military Reserves, then you will have to bring in the forms listed on this link. If you are a Purple Heart recipient, then you will have to bring in these forms listed on this link. If you are a unremarried spouse or a parent of a disabled or deceased veteran, then you will have to bring in the forms listed on this link.

After you sign in, then you will have to take four different tests. The first test is a reading comprehension test. The second test is a physical agility test. The third test is an observation exam. The final test will be an oral interview along with a writing sample.

If you receive one of the highest scores, then you will be contacted.

The state of Illinois has the highest unemployment rate in the USA. That means that there will be plenty of competition at this IDOC job fair.

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