Applicants who have successfully completed the selection process will have the following benefits as an employee with the Pamunkey Regional Jail:
- Holidays: 13 paid holidays per year
- Annual Leave: 8 hours per month for the first 5 years; 10 hours per month for the next 5 years; and, 12 hours per month for the remainder of employment.
- Sick Leave: 10 hours per month. No ceiling set, payment limited and applicable only after 5 years of service.
- Retirement: Employee contributes 5%, Pamunkey Regional Jail contributes remainder to the VRS. Officers can retire with full benefits after 25 years of service at age 50, under Hazardous Duty Service. (Correctional Officers Retirement LEO Supplement available for sworn staff only.)
- Life Insurance: Paid fully by Pamunkey Regional Jail. Salary rounded to the next highest thousand and doubled.
- VRS Optional Life Insurance: Options for employee and family. Paid fully by employee. (Optional).
- Health Insurance: Pamunkey Regional Jail offers 2 plans with Anthem and contributes a portion of the cost.
- Dental Insurance: Choice of 3 plans. Employee pays full premium. (Optional).
- Supplemental – Accidental/Cancer/Intensive Care Insurance: Plans designed to pay employee during unexpected incidents. Employee pays full premium. (Optional).
- Deferred Compensation: Tax reduction savings and investments.
- Credit Union: Member benefits and discounts, payroll deduction, savings, checking, loans, etc.
- Direct Deposit: Mandatory for all employees, Paychecks deposited directly into, up to three accounts.
- Uniforms and Equipment: All Employees - Uniforms and equipment are provided by Pamunkey Regional Jail.
Career Development Program
At the Pamunkey Regional Jail, our personnel
are our most valuable resource. As a result, the Pamunkey Regional
seeks to provide our personnel with incentives throughout their careers
for professional and personal development. To achieve such a goal, Pamunkey
Regional Jail has established a Career Development Program, which allows
qualified officers to earn a higher rate of pay. The Career Development
Program is voluntary and requires officers to meet certain criteria for