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Take a look at our current vacancies and apply today.

Register Your Interest


Applications re-opening later this year

Applications are currently closed. To qualify for the great benefits that Advance into Justice offers Armed Forces service leavers and veterans, register your interest below and we’ll email you once applications open again in late summer this year.

Register Your Interest

If you don’t want to wait, you can apply to be a prison officer now via our standard recruitment process which takes 6 to 7 months to complete. You’ll find our latest vacancies here.

Select your preferred prison

The Advance into Justice scheme is available in 50 prisons. You can select your preferred three prisons from this list. While we will try to allocate you to your first choice, we may need to assign you to a prison that has more vacancies. If you live more than 75 minutes from this prison, you will be able to claim up to £12,000 in receipted relocation costs.

Which prisons is Advance into Justice available in?

    Long Term, High Security

  • Aylesbury
  • Belmarsh
  • Full Sutton
  • Gartree
  • Isle of Wight
  • Long Lartin
  • Manchester
  • Swaleside
  • Whitemoor
  • Woodhill
  • North

  • Birmingham
  • Brinsford
  • Eastwood Park
  • Featherstone
  • Hatfield
  • Hewell
  • Lindholme
  • Moorland
  • Morton Hall
  • North Sea Camp
  • Nottingham
  • Onley
  • Send
  • Stocken
  • Sudbury
  • Swinfen Hall
  • Whatton
  • South

  • Bedford
  • Bristol
  • Bullingdon
  • Bure
  • Channings Wood
  • Elmley
  • Erlestoke
  • Exeter
  • Grendon
  • Guys Marsh
  • Highpoint
  • Hollesley Bay
  • Lewes
  • Littlehey
  • Maidstone
  • Norwich
  • Portland
  • Rochester
  • Standford Hill
  • The Mount
  • Wayland
  • Winchester
  • Wales

  • Berwyn

To hear more about the Advance into Justice scheme and the prison officer role, as well as to learn some top tips to help you prepare for your assessment centre watch one of our past webinars below: