The Federal Bureau of Prisons is seeking Nurse Practitioner & Physician Assistant candidates to work at the Federal Prison in Victorville, California. At the Federal Bureau of Prisons’ the Advanced Practice Practitioner (APP) functions in an advanced clinical role after demonstrating appropriate educational preparation and/or certification.
Minimum Experience Requirements:
Grade 09: No experience.
Grade 11: One year of experience working in an Advanced Practice Practitioner role (no experience is required for applicants with a Doctoral Degree in Nursing Practice or Doctoral Degree in Physician Assistant Studies)
Minimum Education Requirements:
Masters' of Science in Nursing Practice or equivalent; Masters' Degree in Physician Assistant Studies
Additional Conditions of Employment:
This is a Federal Law Enforcement position.
Applicant must be a citizen of the U.S. or national.
Be clear of any criminal convictions. (Felony record and/or misdemeanor conviction of domestic violence) 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(9) 1117
Applicant must pass a core value assessment, drug screening, background investigation, and credit check.
Applicant must be able to pass a Physical Abilities Test (PAT) during the 3-week training program at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Academy. The test includes 1/4 run, 75lbs dummy drag, short obstacle course, stair climb, and ladder climb.
- Law Enforcement Retirement
- Federal Government Insurance Plans: Health, Dental, Vision, and Life
- Thrift Savings Plan w/ 5% matching contributions
- 40 hour work week
- Grade 11 Base Salary: $63,878 - $83,042 (Special Pay Incentives may be available)
- Grade 09 Base Salary: $75,077 - $97,599 (Special Pay Incentives may be available)
- Tuition repayment assistance may be available
- Paid Annual Leave and Sick Leave
- 1-3 years of employment = 104 hours vacation time & 104 hours sick time per year
- 4-15 years of employment = 160 hours vacation time & 104 hours sick time per year
- 15+ years of employment = 208 hours vacation time & 104 hours sick time per year
Your Work Matters: Come to work every day knowing that you are keeping the public safe and assisting federal offenders in their return to society as law-abiding citizens.
Career Mobility: Start or continue your career at one of our facilities located in 185 locations nationwide including Hawaii and Puerto Rico. In some cases, you may be able to receive moving assistance.
Diverse Workforce: In our agency, you'll find a diverse workforce employed from entry level jobs to senior management positions because we value that people are different and our talent reflects the communities we serve.
Come experience a level of clinical diversity not commonly available in the private sector. Join the Leader in Correctional Health Care!
Federal Bureau of Prisons - Health Care Careers