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Department of Administrative Services, State of Ohio - Highland Hills, OH
s license; must successfully complete Juvenile Correctional Officer assessment.Must be 21 years of age at time of application. or equivalent of minimum class qualifications for employment noted above...
30+ days ago
Department of Administrative Services, State of Ohio - Cleveland, OH (9 miles from Beachwood, OH)
or applicants must be current employees with Ohio Department Of Rehabilitation & Correction who have previously been certified in position of correction officer....
90+ days ago

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