"We expect Jenkins to be the best facility by anyone's standards," said Ralph M. Kemp, warden at Jenkins and longtime Georgia corrections professional.
"Opening a new facility is always challenging work, but it will be very rewarding as well because our employees have the chance to offer an important service to their community and state at the highest level."
County, the impact of construction jobs in advance of the permanent employment, presents economic benefit now and for years to come.
County residents, and other local jobseekers, to apply to any of the available positions and join the nationwide CCA family.
, you're not just working for a local company, you're working for a national industry leader," said Kemp