Why work for the Federal Bureau of Prisons?
You can have a meaningful career with an agency that truly values a diverse workforce. You will find a diverse workforce employed from entry-level jobs to senior management positions. We protect public safety by ensuring federal offenders serve their sentences of imprisonment in facilities that are safe, humane, and provide reentry programming. Employees at correctional facilities perform correctional work regardless of their specific occupation. The BOP has over 120 locations nationwide from Hawaii to Puerto Rico.
- Serves as a Clinical Director at a Bureau of Prisons’ (BOP) federal correctional facility. The Clinical Director functions as the primary physician for the full scope and range of medical services to the inmates confined at this facility.
- Responsible for clinical care provided at the institution, including reviewing applications and credentials for membership to the medical staff; interviewing prospective physicians and mid-level providers; implementing and monitoring in-house Continuing Professional Education (CPE) training; maintaining the quality of health records; supervising Physicians (if applicable), and evaluating patient care through an ongoing quality assurance program that identifies problems and their resolution.
- Responsible for all health care delivered. Responsibility to consult with other health care providers to provide training and mentoring and to be directly involved with the evaluation and treatment of severely ill and medically complex patient care problems.
- Along with all other correctional institution employees, the incumbent is charged with responsibility for maintaining the security of the institution. The staff correctional responsibilities precede all others required by this position and are performed on a regular and recurring basis.
$110,000 – $252,720 per year
Pay scale & grade
Nationwide, United States
National Recruitment Office