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The Missouri Sheriffs’ Association posts law enforcement employment opportunities on its website based on information provided by the employer. Due to the volume of job postings received, the MSA is unable to guarantee that all jobs are still available. MSA also makes no guarantee about the positions listed and is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of employment. It is the responsibility of each individual job seeker to research the positions to which he or she is applying and to verify the information provided in the job posting. MSA employment posts are provided free of charge to law enforcement agencies. The MSA is not affiliated with any of the law enforcement agencies using this service.

Law Enforcement Career Opportunities:

New Police Patrol Opening – Application Deadline … Until filled

Starting Pay: $19.37 hourly ($40,280 annually)

Retirement: LAGERS

Vacation: 1 week – 1st year; 2 weeks – 2nd year and so on

Uniform Allowance: $1000 1st year / $625 annually thereafter

Holidays: 14 paid holidays throughout the year   

Request an email application at chiefofpolice@cityofwillard.org or at

Willard Police Department

795 Hughes Rd

Willard, MO 65781

Interviews will be on-going until the position is filled. We are looking for candidates that are hard working and who have a community oriented policing approach to public safety.

THE TANEY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS NOW HIRING CORRECTIONS OFFICERS!

More than a job… a Career!

Starting Pay $30,638

Plus a $12,482 – $19,472 Annual Benefits Package that includes:

  • Medical Insurance (100% employer paid for employee, 50% paid for dependent)
  • Dental Insurance (100% employer paid for employee)
  • Life Insurance (Employee, spouse, & children)
  • Optional insurance including vision, flex spending, disability, AFLAC, critical care, and more
  • Retirement (LAGERS & CERF)
  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Paid Personal Time
  • Paid Sick Time
  • Paid Holidays
  • Gym Membership (employee & family)

Applications available at: www.taneycounty.org or call (417) 546-7285 for more information

The Willow Springs Police Department is accepting applications for a full time Police Officer.  Qualifications include having a High School Diploma or G.E.D., must be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified, and can successfully pass a drug screening.  Excellent benefits package.  E.O.E.  You may apply at the Police Department or City Hall, 700 West Main St, Willow Springs, Missouri.  Call 417-469-3158 for more information.  Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

Dent County 911 is accepting applications for full time dispatch.

Are you looking for an ever-changing work environment?

Join our 911 team!

We do not require experience; we will train you. Strong customer service and computer skills are required. Stop by or email dentcounty911@gmail.com for an application today!

The Benton County Sheriff’s Office is seeking detention officers.
 
JOB DETAILS
Full-time $16 – $17.80 / hour
Experienced candidates are preferred but we will train the right people.

BENEFITS NCLUDE

  • Medical insurance
  • Paid time off
  • On the job training
  • Life insurance
Detention officers work 12-hour shifts with rotating three-day weekends off. Night and day shift positions available. 
 
A Correctional Officer is responsible for enforcing the rules and maintaining routines at a correctional facility.
 
DUTIES INCLUDE:
Inspecting jail cells according to security protocols and safety codes, Supervising inmates during meals and recreational time and
Diffusing conflicts between inmates to help preserve peace and order.
 
Other duties may include but not limited to are:
  • Regular head counts of inmates within a section.
  • Monitor inmate behavior and report unusual activity to ensure safety and security.
  • Escort inmates to job sites, medical facilities, classrooms or wherever they are needed in a timely, secure manner.
  • Assist other Correctional Officers with management of inmates.
  • Conduct regular searches of inmate areas like cells, recreation rooms and showers for unauthorized items.
  • Manage confrontational situations as they arise to maintain security.
  • Write regular reports.

For more information on how to apply visit http://www.bentoncountysheriffmo.org/

The City of Bourbon, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.

REQUIREMENTS

All applicants must be a U.S. citizen, must be 21 years of age, a graduate of high school or possess a G.E.D equivalent, possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license and be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified or at time of start.

SALARY

Starting salary for this position will be $14.50-$16.50 per hour based on experience, plus holiday pay, Shift Differential and benefit package paid for by the city.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications can be picked up at the Bourbon Police Department, 355 E. Pine St. Bourbon Mo 65441. For questions or to request an application call 573-732-4838/573-732-5550. Applications will be accepted until October 8th.

The City of Bourbon is an equal opportunity employer.

A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Kansas City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 1 (see https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html).

Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

SALARY: $43,140.52 Annual Salary

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing.

Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:
 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire.
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
     o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, October 5, 2021, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Kansas City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.

Interviews are tentatively scheduled for October 15, 2021; however, these dates are subject to change.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

LOCATION: Kansas City District Office
Joseph Teasdale Building
8800 E. 63rd Street, Ste. 180
Raytown, MO 64133

Phelps County Sheriff’s Department has an opening for an Information Specialist
 
SALARY: $26,000.00 Annually
 
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:
Health and dental insurance plan; life insurance; thirteen (13) paid holidays; two (2) weeks’ vacation and twelve (12) sick days a year; LAGERS and CERF retirement systems.
 
DESCRIPTION OF BASIC DUTIES:
Applicants must be able to multi-task, be familiar with computers, eager to learn, assist the public, work up to a 12 hour shift when needed, work weekends and holidays and rotate shifts.
 
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
High school diploma or equivalent General Education Development Certificate (GED).
 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk and hear; must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
 
OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
  • Must be a US citizen at least 18 years of age
  • Must successfully pass the following: Board interview, background investigation, polygraph and drug screen.
 
Apply at the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department, 500 West 2nd Street, Rolla, MO 65401. 
 
Applications will also be available on our website at: www.phelpscountysd.org.
 
Providing an email address on the bottom of your application will expedite the process.
 
THIS POSITION WILL BE POSTED UNTIL FILLED.
 
Phelps County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 
 
Phelps County complies with all ADA requirements.
The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the position of full time Corrections Officer.
 
Qualified individuals must be 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, and possess a valid drivers license.
 
The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office provides a benefits package which includes health, life, and dental for employees and their families.
 
This position also includes a retirement package and a competitive salary with paid overtime and vacation.
 
All necessary equipment and uniforms are provided.
 
Applications can be picked up in person at the Sheriff’s Office. For further information please contact us at 573-767-5287.
 
The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.
 
Full-time $32,900 – $36,524 / year
 

Job Description

The position of Road Deputy includes but not limited to the handling of calls for service, patrol, traffic control, investigations, assisting other agencies and the serving of civil and criminal papers. In addition the position of Road Deputy requires multi-tasking and the ability to prioritize your calls for service.
 
Stop by the sheriff’s office at 211 East 3rd Street, Suite 209, Montgomery City, MO 63361 or call the sheriff’s office at 573-564-8084 for information about applying.

The Linn County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a few good men & women to fill openings for Chief Deputy & Deputy Sheriff.

JOIN OUR TEAM!

Benefits Include:

– Employee paid health insurance 
– Take home car
– Every other weekend off
– Four 10-hour days
– Paid holidays, vacation & sick leave
– Uniforms & equipment provided
– Career development
– CERF Retirement plan
– No detention duty

Join Sheriff Henke’s team of professionals in a progressive, community oriented policing environment. Our work culture emphasizes training and the ability for all deputies to work independently and solve problems.

What is the difference between a Sheriff Deputy and a Police Officer?

There are two municipalities within Linn county. Police Officers primarily serve the citizens of those incorporated cities, and the Sheriff’s Deputies perform the same duties as Police Officers within all of Linn County. Although Sheriff’s Deputies primarily serve the citizens of unincorporated Linn County, the authority of the Sheriff and his Deputies to enforce state laws, including state traffic laws, extend across the entire county.

Basic Qualifications:

  • United States Citizen
  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • At least 21 years of age
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Vision correctable to 20/20
  • No Felony Convictions or Misdemeanor convictions for Domestic Violence
  • Possess Missouri P.O.S.T. Certification (POST recognizes civilian law enforcement certifications and military police as eligible for reciprocity testing.)

Hiring Process

  • Complete application process
  • Oral Interview
  • Background investigation
  • Medical/Physical Exam

Job duties include:

  • The enforcement of Federal and State statutes, and Linn County and various municipal ordinances.
  • Investigate criminal activity, locates and arrests suspects suspected or charged with offenses
  • Respond to calls for service
  • Provider assistance and information to citizens
  • Makes written reports of activity
  • The service of summons, subpoenas, and various motions from the court(s)

For more Information contact Sheriff Jeff Henke
660-895-5312
115 W. Jackson, Linneus, MO. 64653

Resumes accepted at: jhenke@linncoso.com

The Linn County Sheriff’s Office is an equal Opportunity Employer

The City of Rock Hill, MO is currently accepting applications for one full-time Police Officer. 

All candidates must be Post Certified and hold a Class A license or currently enrolled. 

Starting pay is $41,800 per year, based on 2184 hours worked. 

The City provides a full, competitive benefit package. 

Applications can be picked up at the Rock Hill Police Department, 827 N Rock Hill Rd., Rock Hill, MO 63119 or downloaded from the Rock Hill Police Department website.

Completed applications can be returned in person to the above address, mailed to the above address, or emailed to mharries@rockhillmo.net.   

Applications will be processed as soon as they are received. 

The Rock Hill Police Department is an equal opportunity employer.

CITY OF CASPER invites applications for the position of Police Officer

SALARY:

$27.03 – $34.55 Hourly
$4,685.20 – $5,988.67 Monthly
$56,222.40 – $71,864.00 Annually

OPENING DATE: 08/24/21
CLOSING DATE: 10/07/21 12:00 AM

CLASS SUMMARY:

The Casper Police Department is dedication to the protection and safety of our community through the highest standards of professionalism in police services.

Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates, locations and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email address each applicant provides on his/her application.
Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, State, and Federal statutes.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher-level supervisory and management staff.

This position is driving essential (see driving requirements).
Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience

 Job Bulletin

Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign on bonus
Entry level Police Officers one time sign-on bonus of $3,000

Total Compensation
Employee Benefits

Learn more about our department: https://casperpolice.org/
Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://casperwyoming.org/relocate/
https://choosecpr.com/
https://www.brandpointcontent.com/article/37323/considering-relocating-4-reasons-to-choosecasper-wyoming

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area and responds to routine and complex emergency situations; assesses nature of situation and scene; and mediates disputes.
2. Explains and enforces applicable Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances.
3. Conducts preliminary investigations on all crimes/accidents, incidents, and any other criminal law violations.
4. Interviews witnesses, victims, suspects, and arrested persons to obtain pertinent information concerning accidents/crimes; and conducts searches.
5. Makes arrests or takes persons into custody by carrying out duties in conjunction with Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances
6. Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; investigates accidents; issues warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine impairment.
7. Prepares accurate and timely reports including accident, arrest, and various administrative reports.
8. Gathers and preserves physical evidence.
9. Testifies in courtroom proceedings.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive customer service demeanor.
11. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Knowledge (position requirements at entry):

Knowledge of:
• Customer service principles.
• Proper English, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Modern office equipment and practices.

Abilities (position requirements at entry):

Ability to:
• Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays; subject to be on call as needed (must respond within 20 minutes).
• Learn local geography including street names, numbering systems, directional orientation, and major landmarks.
• Provide customer service.
• Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
• Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of firearms.
• Routinely demonstrate the City of Casper core values.
• Follow all City safety rules and procedures and immediately report all accidents/incidents or unsafe conditions to a supervisor.
• Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
• Maintain confidentiality.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
• Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
• Comply with all training requirements.
• Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
• Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
• Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, judicial rulings, and laws of arrest.
• Learn safety practices and procedures.
• Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
• Learn to drive an emergency vehicle under hazardous and/or emergency conditions.
• Learn court and evidence procedures.
• Operate modern office equipment including body cameras, in-car video system, and specialized software systems.
• Learn and apply appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
• Utilize self-defense tactics.
• Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

Skills (position requirements at entry):

Skill in:
• Communicating in a courteous, knowledgeable, and tactful manner with staff and the general public.
• Customer service.
• Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to receive work direction.
• Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
• 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.

LICENSING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License within six (6) months of hire.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST) Certification, within twelve (12) months of hire.
• Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological examination.

The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous state(s) of residence.

Physical and Environmental Conditions:

City of Casper employees that perform safety sensitive tasks are subject to pre-employment and/or random drug testing.

These tasks include, but may not be limited to:
• Emergency response/rescue
• Handling or working with hazardous materials, including chemicals as well as solid and liquid waste
• Operating or maintaining water and wastewater systems
• Maintaining City computer and data systems including networks, servers, communication systems, etc.
• Driving for the City of Casper, whether essential or non-essential
• Operating power-driven machinery or equipment
• Handling confidential information, including personnel, health, financial, or attorney-client information
• Working with or around children

Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, climbing, scaling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, running, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up-to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body.

Incumbents may be subjected to loud noises, light disturbance, workspace restrictions, dusts, odors, fumes, and chemicals.

Incumbents may be subject to perform duties either indoors or outdoors and on uneven terrain, which may include extreme climate/weather conditions.

Incumbents may be subjected to exposure and risk in working with hostile, resistant, and unstable persons.

The nature of duties involves constant mental and visual attention, and potential personal danger. Incumbents in this position will be in situations where they may experience critical/traumatic events and need to have the ability to quickly move between work spaces and/or facilities.

Driving Requirements:

For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is
contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following criteria is considered unsatisfactory:

1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the
previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);

2) A conviction within the previous 36
months of any of the following:
Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
Leaving the scene of an accident;
Fleeing to avoid arrest;
Reckless Driving;
Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
Driving without auto insurance;
Driving on a suspended license;
Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.casperwy.gov
200 N. David – Human Resources
Suite 107
Casper, WY 82601
(307)235-8344
(307)235-8421
neogovalerts@casperwy.gov
Position #1132-05

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for the following full-time positions:

Jail Administrator: $18-$19 an hour *POST Certified Preferred*

SRO Officer: Working within multiple locations of the Nevada School District. Must be POST Certified. Must be or have the ability to become SRO and DARE Certified.

Full Benefits package included

To Apply: Visit www.vernoncosheriff.org

The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Jail Deputy, Civilian Corrections Officer, and Jail Control Booth Officer.
 
Applicants must
  • Be at least 21 for Jail Deputy and 18 years of age for civilian Corrections Officer or Control Booth Officer at the time of employment,
  • Possess a high school diploma or equivalent,
  • Be a US citizen, a resident of the State of Missouri, and
  • Must not have any felony record or convictions of any crime involving moral turpitude.
Jail Deputies must be POST certified.
 
Jail Deputies & Corrections Officers currently work 12 hours shifts and include both day and night shifts.
 

The benefits package will fall under the guidelines of benefits offered by Cape Girardeau County to include:

  • Paid Holidays,
  • Vacation,
  • Sick Time,
  • 100% paid Employee Health Insurance,
  • Two Retirement Programs, and
  • Uniform Allowance.
Starting pay:
  • Jail Control Booth Officer is $13.00 an hour,
  • Corrections Officer is $16.00 an hour
  • Jail Deputy is $18.27 an hour.

Applications are available online at www.capecountysheriff.org

(Go to employment tab and scroll to the bottom of page.)
 
Applications can also be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office. Only applications completed in entirety will be considered.
The Wright County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for employment in our new detention facility.
 
We have positions open for Detention Officer and Control Officer on day shift and night shift.
 
  • We have part time and full time positions available.
  • Starting wages are $13.00 an hour.
  • Benefits available.
 
To apply: Applications can be picked up at the Wright County Sheriff’s Office, 125 Court Square, Hartville MO.
 
If you have questions please contact Sheriff Sonny Byerley at 417-741-7575.

​Transportation Coordinator

$12.63 hourly pay rate.
Full-time position, non-commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

The Transportation Coordinator is directly responsible to the Office Manager.  
 
The Transportation Coordinator major duties are as follows:

  • Answer phones and greet visitors.
  • Schedule appointments and maintain calendars for transports.
  • Coordinate extradition of prisoners with the proper agency or department and file 
  • reimbursement claim forms with the State of Missouri.
  • Coordinate transportation of prisoners with other agencies and correctional facilities to ensure that all convicted prisoners are transported to the appropriate correctional institution in an expeditious manner.
  • Coordinate the transport of prisoners from outside Newton County jurisdiction.
  • Ensure that all necessary paperwork is prepared, and all proper incarceration procedure are followed.
  • Responsible for collation and distribution of inner office mail of the department.
  • Complete all other duties.

 
Records Clerk
 
​$12.63 hourly pay rate.
Full-time position, non-commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

The Records Clerk is directly responsible to the Office Manager.

The Records Clerk’s major duties are as follows:
  • Answer phones and greet visitors.
  • Maintains the records filing system and/or database used to manage, access and preserve electronic and paper records of the department.
  • Responsible for records retention schedule for records division.
  • Follows court orders to seal or expunge records.
  • Review and approve second level department reports daily; initiate and maintain case logs, document case activities and maintain files for the Patrol Division.
  • Submits and logs all 24-hour Probable Cause Affidavits to the Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
  • Prepare and submit all DWI paperwork to the Missouri Department of Revenue.
  • Prepare and submit monthly MIBRS statistics for the department to the MSHP.
  • Responsible for filling record requests and Sunshine Law requests from various agencies in a timely manner.

Proficiency with grammatical corrections and attention to detail is preferred.


 
Patrol Deputy
 
$17.79 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.
Full-time position, commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:
  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program
*residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


 
Corrections Officer
 
$13.89 starting hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $14.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Full-time position, applicants with an active Missouri POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
Uniforms and duty gear provided.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:
  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.
 

 
Part-Time Cook
 
$10.36 starting hourly pay rate. 
Part-time position, non-commissioned.
Health benefits are not offered.
May be required to work holidays and weekends.

Requirements:
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Clean criminal history/background
Prior kitchen experience is preferred but not required.

Duties:
Preparation of meals for inmates, a basic knowledge of dietetics and nutrition, keeping kitchen and items clean and accounted for.
Perform additional duties as required.

Reports To:
Kitchen Manager; Asst. Kitchen Manager
 

 
Applications for all positions will be accepted until the posts are removed.
 
Any questions regarding the transportation coordinator or records clerk positions may be forwarded to Office Manager Allisha Woods – 417-451-8300. Admin applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352
 
Any questions regarding the patrol deputy position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300. Patrol applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352
 
Any questions regarding the corrections officer and cook positions may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311. ​Jail applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352
 
NCSO is an Equal Opportunity Employer

City of Strafford, MO

Positions: Full time police officer (Set shifts are bid annually by seniority with two weekends off per month)

The City of Strafford, Missouri, (pop. 2,358), is accepting applications for the position of a full-time Police Officer. Strafford is approximately 10 minutes east of Springfield, MO on Interstate 44 with a heavy commercial industry and residential neighborhoods.

Minimum qualifications

Must possess current P.O.S.T. certification from the Missouri Department of Public Safety. 

Must be 21 years of age at time of application

Must possess high school diploma or GED equivalent

Must possess valid driver’s license with adequate driving history

No felony criminal convictions and must pass background check

Benefits

The City of Strafford offers competitive compensation and benefits including, but not limited to, LAGERS contributions, health care coverage, etc.  Salary for full time patrolman begins at $35,360 with step increases and can be dependent on experience.

How to Apply

Please submit cover letter, resume and three professional references to Police Chief Dennis Shook at chief@straffordmo.net and Police Sergeant Mallory at sergeant@straffordmo.net or mail to City of Strafford, P.O. Box 66, Strafford, MO 65757.  EOE employer.  Accepting applications until December 1, 2021. 

 

Boone County is seeking a 911 dispatcher in Boone County Joint Communications operations
 

Responsibilities:

 After successfully passing a paid, hands-on six-month training program, you will join a dedicated team of public safety communications professionals working in a state-of-the-art Emergency Communications Center, using cutting edge computer and radio technologies to serve as the vital link between the citizens of Boone County and the emergency services they may need.
 
In your role as a call-taker, you will answer 911 (emergency) and 311 (non-emergency) telephone calls.
 
You will communicate professionally with callers, use structured protocols to obtain important information, and properly document and prioritize calls for dispatch, while providing over-the-telephone life-impacting instructions to callers.
 
In your role as a dispatcher, you will quickly and accurately dispatch calls for service to sheriff’s deputies, police officers, firefighters, and paramedics in the field.
 
You will use a computer-aided dispatch system to maintain accurate up-to-the-minute status of available resources to provide fast and effective response to emergencies.
 
You will manage computer-based radio communications to ensure responder safety and provide critical logistical support, while networking with other public safety resources such as the Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System (MULES) and the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).
 
You will have other related duties as needed or assigned.
 
Status:
Full-time, non-exempt, benefited
 
Working hours: 

Varying shifts. 24/7 Operation. Successful candidates are willing and able to work any assigned shift at the department’s discretion (7am-3pm, 11am-7pm, 3pm-11pm, 7pm-3am, and 11pm-7am).

Location:

Columbia, Missouri

Qualifications:

Successful applicants will be at least 18 years old when hired; have a high school diploma or GED; have a valid driver’s license;

Be able and willing to work any assigned shift, scheduled and unscheduled overtime, weekends and holidays;

Have the ability to type 35 wpm;

Will not have pled guilty to or been convicted of a felony;

Have no criminal convictions within the last two years (excluding traffic violations);

Have no marijuana use or possession in the past 2 years and no other drug use or possession in the past 5 years;

Meet minimum qualifications set forth by FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy;

Pass a pre-employment selection examination and drug screening;

Pass a background investigation; and

Obtain and maintain certifications required for the position.

Starting Hourly Pay Rate:

$16.82/hour with pay increases upon successful completion of training benchmarks; $0.65/hour shift differential. Additional pay for overtime and holidays worked.

Additional Forms Required: 

Addendum, Military Release (Joint Communications)

Applications will be accepted until the posting is removed.

Apply here.

The Moniteau County Sheriff’s Office is now hiring for a fulltime road deputy position and a fulltime certified deputy jailer position.

Road Deputy Salary: $37,000 per year

Deputy Jailer Salary: $32,000 per year

Applicants must be Missouri P.O.S.T. certified.

Send resumes or questions to:

sheriff@moniteaucounty.org

Capitol Police Officer – Department of Public Safety, Missouri Capitol Police

Salary: $38,178.72 

Job Location:  This position will be located in Jefferson City, Missouri.

Highlights:

Since 1983, Missouri Capitol Police has been the primary full-service law enforcement agency for the 72-acre state office building campus known as the Capitol Complex and state office buildings located in Cole County. Capitol Police provide service to over 15,000 state employees and numerous visitors throughout the year. 

Our mission is to serve the seat of government by creating a protected environment in a manner that respects the rights of all persons. Perform general police duties, processes and operations for the safety of the people and security of the buildings through the enforcement of state laws. We serve a community that includes state legislators, elected officials, and state employees to ensure safe conditions exist for officials to fulfill their oath of office to all Missourians.

The Department of Public Safety is seeking a Capitol Police Officer who believes in providing quality service with honesty, high degree of integrity, strong work ethic and accountability to aid in achieving our mission. Our community policing philosophy is unique to the community we serve on a daily basis.

A great benefits package with paid time off, medical/vision/dental insurance, life insurance, and a retirement plan is included.

Job Description:

  • Provide protection persons and property within the Missouri Capitol Police jurisdiction.
  • Patrol, detain, investigate complaints, and make arrests for violations of state laws. Issues citations and testifies in court cases.
  • Prepare reports of state law and security regulation violations.
  • Operate and monitor intrusion and fire alarm systems and respond as needed.
  • Enforce parking regulations.
  • Assist during fire evacuations and hazardous weather conditions.
  • Assist during special events and assignments as required.
  • Responds to radio dispatched calls for service according to the Standard Operating Policies (SOPs).
  • Conducts preliminary and follow-up investigations of crimes, interviews witnesses, collects and preserves evidence.
  • Performs prolonged walking or standing while patrolling on foot. Operates police department vehicles and equipment to include mobile computer terminals. Participates in in-service training.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: 

  • Knowledge of law enforcement policies, techniques, and Missouri statutes relating to criminal law and arrest procedures;
  • Knowledge of security measures including planning, implementation, and control.
  • Knowledge of report writing methods and able to write police reports effectively and efficiently;
  • Knowledge of community policing philosophy; 
  • Perform effectively as a member of a team carrying out the Capitol Police mission and community policing philosophy; 
  • Communicate verbally and in writing as well as work effectively with co-workers, supervisors, and citizens; 
  • Deal courteously in a professional manner with the community we serve; 
  • Present an overall professional image;
  • Ability to use appropriate judgment to react quickly and calmly under stress and when making daily decisions; 
  • Maintain peace and order during potentially violent or disruptive situations;
  • Ability to become proficient in physical arrest tactics and firearm usage;
  • Ability to utilize computer systems as required by job responsibilities; 
  • Follow oral and written instructions including interpreting and enforcing laws; 
  • Ability to embrace differences among employees and community we serve;
  • Ability to administer first aid.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must possess a Missouri Class A or B Peace Officer License through the Missouri Department of Public Safety.
  • Ability to maintain a Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certification.
  • Must possess a valid Missouri vehicle operator’s license.
  • Ability to pass an in-depth background investigation administered by the Missouri Capitol Police prior to appointment.
  • Ability to pass a medical and visual examination with eyesight corrected to 20/40, pre-employment drug screen, and a psychological evaluation as prescribed by the Missouri Department of Public Safety after a conditional offer of appointment has been made.
  • Physical ability to sit and stand for long periods of time and able to lift, carry, push, pull or drag up to 180 pounds occasionally; 
  • No objectionable tattoos and no tattoos visible while on duty (i.e. can be covered with a long sleeve shirt), or when representing the Missouri Capitol Police in an official capacity unless approved by the Chief of Police.
  • Prior police experience preferred and include primary duties of responding to calls for service, conducting preliminary and/or follow-up investigations of crimes, and apprehending, detaining, and arresting suspects.

Position is subject to working a variety of shifts including weekends and holidays due to 24/7 departmental operations.

Begin the application process HERE.

If you have questions about this position please contact:

DPS.Hires@dps.mo.gov

The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

The Bates County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time detention officers.

Starting salary is $15.00 per hour with a $2.00 per hour pay increase on January 1, 2022. A full benefits package is included.
 
All applicants must be able to pass a criminal and character background check.
 
For more information contact Lt Thorp at tthorp@batescountysheriff.com.

The Greene County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for patrol and detention officers.

The Greene County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting ‘OPEN TESTING’ at Fordland City Hall (296 Burks St, Fordland, MO 65652) on Wednesday, August 18, 2021, from 11:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

If you are interested in a career at the Greene County Sheriff’s Office, stop by and see us.
 
We’ll have Deputies there to answer any of your questions and help you in the process of becoming a Detention Officer.

The Benton County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for an assistant jail administrator.

Job Details

Full-time $19 / hour
 

Job Description

You will assist the jail administrator in the management of the daily operations within a 100 bed detention center. This includes scheduling employees, managing multiple accounts, improving/updating policy and procedures, insuring medical appointments are scheduled and attended, transport, court, cafeteria and many other moving parts.
 
Experience is a must. This is a brand new state of the art facility with room to grow professionally.
 
If you are looking to be challenged and would like to join our family, you will be working where you are appreciated, you have found your home.
 
Schedule
Day shift
Night shift
Fixed weekly schedule
Rotating schedule
Weekend schedule
More than 40 hours per week
 

Benefits

Medical insurance
Dental insurance
401(k)
Vision insurance
On the job training
Life insurance
 
To apply, visit https://www.bentoncountysheriffmo.org/careers and download the application. Fill it out in its entirety and mail the original copy to us at 1620 East Main Street Warsaw, MO 65355 or drop it off at the office.

The Mercer County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Dispatcher/Jailer.

Part-time $11.50 – $12.50 / hour

Must be able to work various holidays, weekends, and short notice.

For further information or to get an application, please visit the Sheriff’s Office located at 802 E. Main St. Princeton, Missouri 64673 or call 660-748-4750.

The Greene County Sheriff’s Office has openings for Patrol Deputies.

Purpose of Position
A Greene County Sheriff Deputy may be required to perform numerous Law Enforcement related tasks and these can vary by division. Regardless of Division it is the responsibility of all Deputies to provide the highest degree of law enforcement possible to the citizens of Greene County utilizing the resources that are made available to them.

A Deputy pledges to serve with integrity, professionalism, dedication competence, and character.

Deputies will apply the laws of the State of Missouri and the United States of America fairly to those we serve.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

  • Routine proactive patrol of municipal and rural areas inside designated district.
  • Assist other municipal and state agencies as needed (including EMS, Fire, Children’s Division, etc…)
  • Respond to emergency calls for service.
  • Render first aid and lifesaving measures (CPR) as needed.
  • Conduct safe traffic control procedures depending on situation (i.e. traffic accident, animals in roadways, road closures, special events, etc…)
  • Assist Criminal Investigation Division with initial call investigations, crime scene security, evidence collection, photographing, and reporting.
  • Communicate with other law enforcement agencies regarding criminal activity.
  • Effect arrests, including knowledge of state statutes, handcuffing procedures, Miranda Warning procedures, and interviewing arrestees.
  • Safely transport prisoners and civilians in patrol vehicle.
  • Maintain a safe and working patrol vehicle, including scheduling routine maintenance, ensuring a neat and clean vehicle appearance, testing in-car equipment, and safe driving techniques.
  • Ensure uniform and equipment are clean, functional, and within policy standards.
  • Knowledge of secure evidence packaging, submission, and storage requirements.
  • Adequately prepare for court appearances by familiarizing self with case report and testimony procedures.
  • Attend mandatory training when provided, as well as attend extra training at the discretion of the deputy and when approved by supervisors.
  • As a representative of the Sheriff, deputy must be professional and show a high level of integrity while interacting with the public.
  • Greene County Deputies are responsible for the detention, security and well-being of prisoners being held in the Greene County Jail.
  • Prisoner care includes but is not limited to transportation, medical needs, psychological needs, nutritional requirements, and the general well-being of said inmates held for any reason.
  • Deputies provide and facilitate the service of Court Documents by Civil Service.
  • Deputies provide security to the Courts, buildings, grounds and employees of Greene County.
  • Deputies answer calls for service and investigate and complete any task/crime assigned to them.
  • Deputies proactively patrol the county to ensure the safety of the citizenry.
  • Deputies enforce laws the laws of the State of Missouri and United States, making arrests when appropriate.
  • Deputies are required to attend court when summoned and attend or facilitate training requirements.
  • Deputies are subject to shift work, rotating shifts, fixed shift, and subject to call-in hours.

Minimum Training and Experience Required to Perform Essential Job Functions

  • Missouri Peace Officer Certification required.
  • Applicants must be 21 years of age or older and possess a high school diploma or GED and valid motor vehicle operator’s license.
  • Prior law enforcement or patrol experience and Associate’s degree in law enforcement is preferred.
  • Any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities will be taken into consideration.
  • Applicants must live inside a 50-mile radius of Greene County within 6 months of beginning employment.
  • Applicants may not have any felony convictions or orders of ex parte against them.
  • Applicants may not have any DWI charges or convictions in the past 3 years, nor may they have used illegal controlled substances within the past 3 years.
  • Applicants should be of outstanding moral character and actively demonstrate such behavior at all times.

Physical and Mental Abilities Required to Perform Essential Job Functions

  • Language Ability and Interpersonal Communication Ability to analyze data and information using established criteria, in order to determine consequences and to identify and select alternatives.
  • Ability to compare, count, differentiate, measure and/or sort, as well as assemble, copy, record and transcribe data and information.
  • Ability to classify, compute, tabulate, and categorize data.
  • Ability to persuade, convince, and/or train others, including the ability to act in a lead worker capacity.
  • Ability to advise and interpret how to apply policies, procedures and standards to specific situations.
  • Ability to utilize a variety of advisory data and information such as incident/accident reports, rosters, law enforcement informational reports, case information, search and arrest warrants, citation and warning forms, questionnaires, law enforcement forms, victim/witness statements, activity logs, technical operating manuals, State statutes, State criminal code, maps, diagrams, Uniform Traffic Code Book, procedures, guidelines and non-routine correspondence.
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing with Department personnel, other law enforcement agency personnel, emergency medical care providers, fire fighters, rescue personnel, dispatchers, motorists, suspects, victims/witnesses, juvenile offenders, educators, Judges and attorneys.

While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to walk, stand, use hands and fingers to handle or feel; use sight, talk and hear.

Mathematical Ability

  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide; and calculate percentages, fractions, volumes and ratios.
  • Ability to interpret basic descriptive statistical reports.

Judgment and Situational Reasoning Ability

  • Ability to use functional reasoning in performing influence functions such as supervising, managing,
    leading, teaching, directing and controlling.
  • Ability to exercise the judgment, decisiveness and creativity required in situations involving the evaluation
    of information against sensory and/or judgmental criteria.

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to operate equipment and machinery with some requiring complex and rapid adjustments, such as firearms, squad car, emergency communications equipment, calculator, computer terminal, tape recorder, camera, chemical spray devices, flashlight and restraint devices.
  • Ability to coordinate eyes, hands, feet and limbs in performing semi-skilled movements such as firearms use.
  • Ability to exert mildly heavy physical effort in moderate to heavy work, typically involving some combination of climbing and balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, crawling, reaching over head, lifting & carrying 100 pounds, pushing, and pulling.
  • Ability to exert sufficient physical force to restrain or subdue individuals.
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time.
  • Ability to recognize and identify degrees of similarities or differences between characteristics of colors, forms, sounds, odors and textures associated with job-related objects, materials and tasks.
  • While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to walk, stand, use hands and fingers to handle or feel; use sight, talk and hear.
  • Eyesight must be 20/20, with correction if necessary.

Environmental Adaptability
Ability to work under moderately unsafe and uncomfortable conditions where exposure to environmental factors such as temperature variations, odors, toxic agents, wetness, violence, irate individuals, intimidation, traffic hazards, machinery, electrical currents, explosives, disease and/or dust can cause discomfort and
where there is a risk of injury.

Condition of Employment
Employee will be required to demonstrate continued knowledge of this position’s current regulations and requirements. Sustained satisfactory performance is required. Employee must meet the requirements of the full job description as stated throughout the duration of employment with Greene County.
Candidate must meet the requirements of the full job description as stated throughout the duration of employment with Greene County.

Disclaimer
Greene County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA), the County will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer.

Apply at www.greenecountymo.gov.

Stoddard County Sheriff’s Office is accepting application for corrections officer and communications officer.

Competitive pay, and benefit package.

Must be able to pass background and drug screen.

Applications can be picked up at Sheriffs Office. No online applications accepted

The Andrew County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Civilian Detention Jailers/Commissioned Deputy Jailers and Dispatchers.
 
Pay: The starting pay for these positions is 14.00/HR. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and able to pass a background check.
 
Benefits include: paid sick leave, paid vacation time, paid holidays as well as retirement with LAGERS and CERF.
Enjoy ample amounts of time off working only 15 days a month with every other weekend off.
 
To apply:
Applications can be picked up at the Andrew County Sheriff’s Office located at 400 E. Main Street, Savannah Mo. at the service window of the lobby.
The Maries County 911 Center is looking to fill a full time position in the 911 Communications Center.
 
To be a good fit for the position, this person must have good leadership, organizational, and computer skills.
 
The primary role of this individual will be the TAC (Terminal Agency Coordinator).
 
The job duties of this position will be to ensure all Dispatchers are properly trained, all MULES (Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System) policies are adhered to, warrants & protection orders are entered, and all entries are validated monthly as required.
 
Secondary responsibilities of this position will be as a shift Dispatcher.
 
Requirements are energetic and positive attitude, 18 years of age, high school graduate, no felony convictions, pass a back ground & drug test, excellent communication skills, and extreme attention to detail.
 
Pay starts at $32,750-$35,000/ year salary with medical & dental benefits, CERF (County Employee Retirement Fund), vacation, sick, and comp time.
 
To apply
Please email sjohn@mariesso.org or stop by the Maries County 911 Dispatch Center to get an application.
The Phelps County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a
NON-POST CERTIFIED: CORRECTIONS OFFICER
 
SALARY:
$31,500 PLUS A $500.00 UNIFORM ALLOWANCE – Starting Annually
 
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:
Health and dental insurance plan; life insurance; thirteen (13) paid holidays; two (2) weeks’ vacation and twelve (12) sick days a year; LAGERS and CERF retirement systems.
 
DESCRIPTION AND BASIC DUTIES:
Jail staff currently works 12 hours shifts on a non-rotating basis. The shift hours are from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm and from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am. Although the shifts are considered non-rotating there may be times when coverage is needed on another shift.
 
Basic duties include, but are not limited to; intake and release of inmates; data entry; medication pass; transportation; and the overall secure and orderly running of the day to day operations within the jail.
 
Corrections Officer duties and special skills should include, but are not limited to; all of the above listed descriptions and duties as well as; report writing skills, detail oriented with organization skills, overall computer operation and familiarization; geographical knowledge along with leadership, and management abilities.
 
EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
High School diploma or equivalent (GED). Computer skills and the ability to navigate different software is a must.
 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
Extended periods of sitting, standing, walking, heavy lifting, as well as defusing altercations, training and practicing defensive tactics.
 
OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
• Must be at least 21 years of age
• Must be permitted to work in the United States
• Ability to work various shifts, weekends and Holidays.
• Must successfully complete the following; board interview; detailed, thorough background investigation, and polygraph examination.
• Must have a valid Missouri driver’s license and a clean driving history
 
SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION AND RESUME IN PERSON AT THE PHELPS COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT LOCATED AT 500 W. 2ND STREET IN ROLLA, APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE ON OUR WEBSITE; www.phelpscountysd.org.
 
OR IN PERSON AT THE PHELPS COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT.
 
PHELPS COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. PHELPS COUNTY COMPLIES WITH ALL ADA REQUIREMENTS.
The Maries County Jail is looking to fill a full time position in the Jail / 911 Communications Center.
 
To be a good fit for the position, this person must have good people & communication skills, an ability to remain calm under pressure, and have good officer presence authority..
 
The primary role of the Jailer is to monitor the Maries County Jail, ensure all policies and procedures are adhered to, process inmates during arrest/release, assist in court as bailiff, conduct regular jail searches for contraband, and ensure the jail remains clean, organized, and receives laundry items throughout the week.
 
The collateral job duties of this position will be to assist 911 dispatchers during heavy call volumes. Being a small agency and with limited funds in a rural county, we must do more with less. During times of emergencies where both 911 and admin phone lines are ringing, first responders are being dispatched, and all activity requiring being logged it is too much for one person to handle. This is when the teamwork must shine.
 
Requirements are energetic and positive attitude, 18 years of age, high school graduate, no felony convictions, pass a back ground & drug test, excellent communication skills, and extreme attention to detail.
 
Pay starts at $30,250-$33,000/ year salary with medical & dental benefits, CERF (County Employee Retirement Fund), vacation, sick, and comp time.
 
To apply
Please email sjohn@mariesso.org or stop by the Maries County 911 Dispatch Center to get an application.

Position Type:

Security (SRO) School Resource Office

Location:

Milan C2 School District, Milan Police Department. Mo.

The Milan C2 School is seeking an individual with skills to ensure safety and security while building effective relationships with students, staff, and community. Milan C2 Schools / Milan Police Department has a position of School Resource Officer (SRO) for the 2021-2022 school year. This will be a 185-day position. The SRO will possess proven leadership and demeanor that fosters a climate of high expectations, with honest, transparent actions, and a focus of service that engages the entire school community.

Other qualifications:

Must hold a Missouri Peace Officer Certification.

Must be able to qualify with all weapons assigned to the officer.

Must keep updated on all police related training.

Must be eligible for Milan School Police requirements / commission

Performance Responsibilities:

Must be able to take direction and / or collaborate with school administration for effective decision-making

Respond to radio-dispatched calls for service.

Conducts preliminary and follow-up investigations of all school related crime and accidents

Assists with student traffic in parking areas

Monitor and supervise student conduct

Information source for all law enforcement and juvenile officials

Must wear appropriate uniform / dress attire

Professional decisions and appropriate judgement to provide safety and security of students and staff

May be required to physically restrain or control individuals while on school property or at school-sponsored events

Role model for students in appearance and conduct

In-service meetings for faculty, students and parents

For more information or to get an application, call 660-265-4499 or email  milanpd@milanmo.gov 

The Greenwood Police Department has immediate openings for the position of full time Police Officers.

Located in the Kansas City Metro area, we are close to everything “City” but still have the small-town charm and feel. We are an agency that works for a very supportive community.

If this opportunity sounds good to you, and you are willing to help us create something truly amazing, then please apply.

We offer a starting salary of $35,880 (laterals + depending on qualifications), medical, vision and dental insurance, retirement plan, vacation pay, holiday pay, sick leave, paid training, uniforms, boots, and more. You supply the drive and determination to serve we supply the rest.

THE PROCESS

Phase 1

Applications (on going)                                                                                                                   

First Review of applications: immediate review

Interviews: To be scheduled

Selection of eligible candidates: Immediate

Phase 2 (all Phase 2 dates to be announced later)

Conditional Offer(s)

Background

Drug Screening

Psychological Screening

Hiring

If you are interested in being part of a winning team, contact Chief Tommy Wright at twright@greenwoodmopd.com 

Applications can be obtained via email or in person at City Hall, 709 W. Main St., Greenwood Mo.

The Greene County Sheriff’s Office has openings for licensed practical nurses.

Starting Pay: $22.40 per hour

Benefits: Employer paid health insurance and retirement, 208 hours annual leave.

Apply online at: www.greenecountymo.gov

The Stone County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for Office Manager
 
Starting Pay approximately $34,000 year
 
Applications are open until midnight Sunday July 10th.

 

An application can be downloaded at www.stonecountymosheriff.com

The application can be found under the “Links and Resources” tab.
 
Contact Sheriff Doug Rader or Chief Deputy Tim Gideon at 417-357-6116 for any questions.
 
Description of Duties Performed:
– Performs supervisory activities in the Dispatch and Records area including participating in the hiring process, directing work assignments, managing disciplinary and/or corrective action issues, and maintaining all personnel-related records.
– Available 24/7 to take calls or come into the Office when problems arise in Dispatch due to the Sheriff’s Office always being open.
– Helps in Dispatch when it is overly busy.
– Supervises and covers the Records Office when she is out of the Office.
– Maintains the financial accounting and audit records for all Sheriff’s Office bank accounts.
– Reviews all vendor invoices and prepares them for the Clerk’s Office.
– Assists with the monitoring of the annual budget for the Sheriff’s Office and Jail.
– Prepares and provides monthly financial reports for the Sheriff’s Office.
– Figures all time cards and pay sheets for Dispatch, Patrol Deputies and Jail Deputies.
– Reviews the Bonds and disburses the Bond money to the proper Courts.
– Oversees Civil Process documents, document tracking, and fees.
– Oversees the Terminal and Non-Terminal Agency Agreements with the Municipalities in Stone County.
– Inventories and orders all office supplies for Dispatch, the Deputies and the Detectives.
– Takes care of the troubleshooting, maintenance and supplies for the CCW machine.
– Updates the IRIS notification website with employees contact information and the residents around the LUC Boys Ranch.
– Maintains the Sheriff’s Office website. Updates the Administration, C.I.D., DARE, Patrol, Jail and Reserves pages. Oversees the Most Wanted, Crime Map and Sex Offender pages.
– Registers the Deputies for training and reserves all accommodations for out of area training for the Sheriff’s Office and Jail.
– Maintains the paperwork, scheduling and proceeds for all Sheriff’s Sales.
-Release inmates from Fusion via checks.
-Transfer funds monthly from Fusion to Inmate Security (Medical collections and PAK sales)
-Record ACH Smartcard transactions in Fusion.
-Pay commissary invoices out of Fusion.
-Placing Bids in the paper for publication and maintaining all bids for audit purposes.
 
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
– Knowledge of departmental policies, procedures, rules and regulations.
– Ability to establish effective working relations with superiors, peers, and subordinates.
– Ability to identify and apply management principles and techniques.
– Ability to guide and counsel subordinates on problems that affect their job performance.
– Ability to plan, assign, and direct the work of others.
 
Minimum Experience and Education Required:
– High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
– Qualifications for experience will be determined by the Sheriff.
-Proven leadership abilities preferably
 
Necessary Requirements:
– Must be M.U.L.E.S. certified (will send to training)
Travel:
– Minimal travel is expected for this position.
 
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.

Opening Date: July 7, 2021 Closing Date: August 1, 2021

MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL CAREER OPPORTUNITY

TITLE: Agent

LOCATION:
Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level
Jefferson City, MO 65101

SALARY:
$43,140.52 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:
 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri for a minimum of three (3) years immediately prior to hiring;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Sunday, August 1, 2021, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews are tentatively scheduled for August 12, 2021; however, the dates are subject to change.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The Macon County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a Jailer/Dispatcher.
 
If you are interested please come by the Office and pick up an application. If you have any questions please contact us at (660)-385-2062.
 
If you have previously submitted an application with our Office for a prior opening please contact us regarding your status for this position.
 
JOB DESCRIPTION:
 
  • The primary function of a Jailer/Dispatcher is the routine oversight of jail functions while receiving specific directions from the Sheriff, Supervisor or their designee.
  • He/she must assume responsibility for proper treatment and supervision of inmates, effective functioning of jail policies and procedures, and he/she must be able to work with other officers in the maintenance and security of the jail.
  • The jailer/dispatcher must be capable of utilizing good judgment and knowledge for maintaining log books, administration of phone calls by inmates, food service, incoming and outgoing mail, sanitation standards, general safety, and all other aspects of the jails operations.
 
This position also handles the dispatch function.
 
  • This includes receiving calls, coordinating appropriate agencies and units to specific situations, while he/she records all radio traffic.
  • He/she will also respond to questions and complaints from the general public, and carry out all other functions as assigned.
  • It is important that the jailer/dispatcher be able to legibly and accurately record information and utilize highly technical communications equipment including computer systems.
  • He/she must be able to work under high levels of stress while maintaining independent sound judgment based on departmental policy and using the highest level of integrity.
This position description shall not be construed to be a detailed job/work description or procedure, nor shall it rule out any requests or work assignments made by Macon County supervisory personnel.
 
Macon County is committed to avoiding any unfair treatment or discrimination in employment policies and practices as related to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, sex or age. Macon County is an equal opportunity employer.
 
Requirements for the position of a Jailer/Dispatcher are:
1) Have a valid Missouri Operator License.
2) Must not have been convicted of a felony or a related domestic violence offense.
3) Must be a citizen of the United States.
4) Must possess a High School Diploma or Equivalent.
5) Must be able to follow orders of superior officers and perform as a team member.
6) Must be able to take a written and physical test, a Voice Stress Analysis Test, a medical examination, and a psychological examination at his/her expense.
7) Must be willing to work all shifts including holidays and weekends. Hi
The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a corrections officer.
 

$13.89 starting hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $14.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
Uniforms and duty gear provided.
Applicants with a POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.


Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311

JAIL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

https://www.nc-so.org/employment.html

 
We are hiring for the position of Part-time Cook!
Preparing meals in a secure kitchen for our jail.
Apply today!
Application can be found on our website.
Applications are also available at our office during business hours.
Newton County is an equal opportunity employer.

VIENNA POLICE DEPARTMENT

P.O. BOX 196

VIENNA, MO. 65582

 

The Vienna, MO Police Department has an opening for a full time police officer position. Applicants are required to meet the following criteria to be eligible for consideration for the position of Police Officer for the City of Vienna, Mo.

  1. Must be at least 21 years of age.
  2. Must possess a current and valid Missouri P.O.S.T law enforcement certification.
  3. Must agree to and pass a background check.
  4. Must possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License (or equivalent if military) with an acceptable driving record.
  5. Male applicants must not have visible piercings. Female applicants allowed visible piercing in the ears only (subject to uniform policy upon hire).
  6. Must not possess excessive or objectionable tattoos visible while on duty. Applicants hired may be required to wear covering “sleeves” or long sleeve uniform shirts as directed by the Chief of Police. No tattoos are allowed above the collar.
  7. Must be able to work evenings, weekends and holidays as directed by the Chief of Police.
  8. Must provide approved duty side arm and equipment belt.
  9. Successful applicants will be subject to a 6 month probationary performance evaluation period.
  10. Prior and Retiring Military Service Members are encouraged to apply.

Starting Annual Salary $33,500, LAGERS retirement and City Paid Employee Health Insurance, Vacation and Holidays. Successful applicant will be required to be “on call” at times and assigned a take home car which requires them to reside within 3 miles of the city limits of Vienna, MO within 60 days of hire.

Current shift assignments are 6 work days one (1) week of pay period and one (1) work day the next week of pay period.

Applications will be received until this position is successfully filled. Applications may be picked up from Vienna City Hall, located at 424 8th Street between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday through Friday, requested by telephone at (573) 422-3549 or on line by e-mailing sthompson@viennamissouri.org. Resumes may be returned with completed applications.

The City of Vienna is an equal opportunity employer.

SHANNON W. THOMPSON, CHIEF

OFFICE (573) 422-3811

CITY HALL (573) 422-3549

DISPATCH (573) 422-3381

VIENNA POLICE DEPARTMENT

P.O. BOX 196

VIENNA, MO. 65582

 

SHANNON W. THOMPSON, CHIEF

OFFICE (573) 422-3811

CITY HALL (573) 422-3549

DISPATCH (573) 422-3381

The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for immediate part-time positions in the 911 Dispatch Center and the Maries County Jail.
 
Applicants for this position must be 18 years of age with a high school diploma, have no felony arrests, pass a background check and a drug test.
 
This is a demanding position requiring people skills, perseverance under pressure, and a willingness to serve their community.
 
Available shifts are swing shift and overnight shift. All shifts are 12 hour shifts and you will usually get every other weekend off.
 
Starting wages are $13.85/hour.
 
Applications can be obtained at the Sheriff’s Office in Vienna or by requesting one be emailed to you by emailing dispatch@mariescountymo.gov or calling Corporal Elizabeth Schrimpf at 573-422-3381

​The Miller County Adult Detention Center is accepting applications for jailer or deputy jailer.

Yearly salary equal to $24,960.00 plus insurance and retirement benefits. Applicants with P.O.S.T. license will have higher salary.

Applications can be retrieved at the Sheriff’s Office 1999 Hwy 52 Tuscumbia, Missouri 65082. 

If you have any questions on the application you may contact Captain Hannon at (573) 369-2341 ext. 720 or  email deputyhannon@millercountysheriff.com

The Miller County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a road deputy position.

Applications can be retrieved at the Sheriff’s Office 1999 Hwy 52 Tuscumbia, Missouri 65082. Applicants will need to have a Missouri P.O.S.T. license.
If you have any questions on applications, call (573) 369-2341 ext. 707or email detectiverayhart@millercountysheriff.com

The Mercer County Sheriff’s Office is now hiring for the position of fulltime Sheriff Deputy as well as part-time Sheriff Deputy.

Fulltime:

Fully equipped, take home patrol vehicle (2021 Chevy Silverado). All uniforms and duty gear provided. Flexible scheduling. Can reside in county or in surrounding counties. Health insurance and retirement plan provided. Starting pay with the DSSF grant is $30,000 annually. Cellphone provided. Paid holidays, vacation and sick time after a year of employment.

Part-time:

Fully equipped take home patrol vehicle (Can take it home if you reside in county or in the surrounding counties). Parttime is paid at $15HR and is approximately two days a week. Flexible scheduling. All uniforms and duty gear provided. Cellphone provided.

Applicants may stop by the office at 802 East Main Street in
​Princeton, Missouri to pick up an application or print it out from this page.

MERCER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT

Thank you for your interest in employment with the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office.

Attached you will find an application for completion. Please ensure all questions are answered, those questions that do not apply to the position you are seeking should be marked N/A (non-applicable). APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED OR REVIEWED WITHOUT FULL COMPLETION OF THE APPLICATION AND/OR REQUESTED DOCUMENT COPIES. All applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalent, possess a Missouri P.O.S.T. license (For Deputy positions), and be at least 21 years of age for law enforcement positions and 18 years of age for 911 Dispatcher positions. Applicants, by law, cannot be eligible for employment if they are related by blood or marriage to Sheriff Jose Lopez. All full-time employees receive benefits to include health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, retirement plans and Personal Time Off (PTO). Employees may add dependents to insurance coverage at an additional charge. Upon completion and submission of your application, you will be notified of an interview date. Depending on what position you are seeking, the hiring process may include written testing, typing tests, background investigations, medical physicals, psychological examination, physical agility testing, voice stress analysis testing, and oral interviews. In the event that you do not pass any of the testing process, you cannot reapply for a period of one year.

Applications will remain on file for a period of one year. Updates to your application may be made at anytime. We at the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office once again would like to thank you for your interest in employment with our agency. We look forward to seeing you in the future as the application process takes place.

Good luck, Sheriff Jose Lopez

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Mercer County Sheriff’s Office Application To Whom It May Concern:

I, __________________________________am an applicant for a position with the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office. The Mercer County Sheriff’s Office needs to thoroughly investigate my employment background and personal history to evaluate my qualifications to hold the position for which I applied. It is the public’s interest that all relevant information concerning my personal and employment history be disclosed to the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office. I hereby authorize any representative of the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office bearing this release to obtain any information in your files pertaining to my employment records, and hereby direct you to release such information upon request of the bearer. I do hereby authorize a review of and full disclosure of all records, or any part thereof, concerning myself by and to any duly authorize agent of the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office, whether said records are of public, private, or confidential nature. The intent of this authorization is to give my consent for full and complete disclosure. I reiterate and emphasize that the intent of this authorization is to provide full and free access to the background and history of my personal life for the specific purpose of pursuing background investigation that may provide pertinent data for the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office to consider in determining my suitability for employment in that agency. It is my specific intent to provide access to personnel information, however personal or confidential it may appear to be. I consent to your release of any and all public and private information that you may have concerning me, my work record, my background and reputation, my military service records, educational records, my financial status, my criminal history record, including any arrest records, any information contained in investigative files, efficiency ratings, complaints and grievances filed by or against me, the records or recollections of attorneys at law, or other counsel, whether representing me or another person in any case, either criminal or civil, in which I presently have or have had an interest, attendance records, polygraph examinations, and any internal affairs investigations and discipline, including any files which are deemed to be confidential or sealed. I hereby release you, your organization and all others from liability or damages that may result from furnishing the information requested, including any liability or damage pursuant to any state or federal laws. I hereby release you, as the custodian of such records of your organization, including its officers, employees or related personnel, both individually and collectively, from any and all liability for damages of whatever kind, authorization and request to release information or any attempt to comply with it. I direct you to release such information upon request of the duly accredited representative of the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office regardless of any agreement I have made with you previously to the contrary. The law enforcement organization requesting the information pursuant to this release will discontinue processing my application if you refuse to disclose the information requested. For and in consideration of the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office acceptance and processing of my application for employment, I agree to hold the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office, it agents and employees harmless from any and all claims and liability association with my application for employment or in any way connected with the decision whether or not to employ me with the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office. I understand that should information of a serious criminal nature surface as a result of this investigation such information may be turned over to the proper authorities.

I understand my rights under Title 5, United States Code, Section 552a, the Privacy Act of 1974, with regard to access and disclosure of records, and I waive those rights with the understanding that information furnished will be used by

the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with employment procedures.

A Photocopy or Fax copy of this release form will be valid as an original thereof, even though said photocopy or fax Mercer County Sheriff’s Office Application does not contain an original writing of my signature. This waiver is valid for a period of one year from the date of my signature. Should there be any questions as to the validity of this release, you may contact me at the address or phone number listed on this form.

I agree to pay any and all charges for fees concerning this request and can be billed for such charges at the address listed on this form.

I agree to indemnify and hold harmless the person to whom this request is presented and their agents and employees, from and against all claims, damages, losses and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees arising out of or by reason of complying with this request.

Name:_______________________________________________________________________________

Address:______________________________________________________________________________

City/State/Zip:_________________________________________________________________________

Phone #:______________________________________________________________________________​​

Signature:________________________________________

Subscribed and sworn before me this_________ day of______________ (Notary Seal)            20_______

Notary Public Signature: ____________________________________

Notary Public Printed Name:________________________________________

Mercer County Sheriff’s Office Application

JOB DESCRIPTION Deputy Sheriff

Mercer County

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE SHERIFF, CHIEF DEPUTY OR SHIFT SUPERVISIOR

RESPONSIBILITIES

TO ENFORCE THE STATE STATUTES OF MISSOURI AND MUNICIPLE LAWS OF THE CITY OF PRINCETON
INVESTIGATE COMPLAINTS, CRIMINAL INCIDENTS AND COMPILE REPORTS
MAINTAIN COUNTY ASSIGNED VEHICLE AND GEAR IN GOOD WORKING ORDER
OTHER DUTIES ASSIGNED BY SHERIFF AND CHIEF DEPUTY

 

REQUIRMENTS:

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE
MUST HAVE A VALID MISSOURI P.O.S.T. CERTIFICATE
MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE
MUST BE A US CITIZEN

RESIDENCY

AS A COUNTY EMPLOYEE, DEPUTIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO LIVE WITHIN THE COUNTY OF MERCER. DEPUTIES MAY, AT THE DISCRETION OF THE SHERIFF, LIVE OUTSIDE THE COUNTY OF MERCER. THE SHERIFF MAY, AT THE SHERIFF’S DISCRETION, LIMIT THE NUMBER OF DEPUTIES LIVING OUTSIDE THE COUNTY TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION THE NUMBER OF DEPUTIES ALREADY LIVING OUTSIDE THE COUNTY AND THE DISTANCE INVOLVED.

JOB DESCRIPTION 911 Dispatcher / Communications Officer

UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE SHERIFF, CHIEF DEPUTY OR OFFICE MANAGER

RESPONSIBILITIES

COMPLIES WITH ALL STATE AND FEDERAL STANDARDS FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS
MONITORS TELEPHONES, RADIO AND OTHER DISPATCH EQUIPMENT
ANSWER INCOMING CALLS AND RADIO TRANSMISSIONS GATHERING NECESSARY INFORMATION AND RELAYING IT TO THE CORRECT INDIVIDUALS/RESPONDING UNITS
MONITOR AND ATTEND TO INMATES IN A CIVIL MANNER BOTH IN PERSON AND REMOTELY
OTHER DUTIES AS ASSIGNED BY SHERIFF, CHIEF DEPUTY OR OFFICE MANAGER

REQUIRMENTS:

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE OR HAVE OBTAINED G.E.D. AND BE 18 YEARS OF AGE

 

PERSONAL DATA

(This application must be typed or hand printed in black ink)

We are an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on

any basis including age, sex, color, race, creed, national origin, religious persuasion, marital status,

political belief, or disability that does not prohibit performance of essential job functions.

Date of Application: Position Seeking:______________________________________________________

Name: JR/SR___________________________________________________________________________

Last First Middle Maiden or AKA___________________________________________________________

Social Security Number: ______________________ Contact Phone #: ____________________________

Do you have the right to live and work in the United States?* (  ) YES (  ) NO

Federal law prohibits the employment of unauthorized aliens. All persons must submit satisfactory proof of employment authorization and identity (valid driver’s license, birth certificate, Green Card, etc.) within three days of being hired. Failure to submit such proof within the required time shall result in immediate employment termination.

Do you have a valid driver’s license? (  ) Yes (  ) No /State and DL #

Starting with your present address, list all addresses where you have lived for the past five years,

including Military Post(s);________________________________________________________________

FROM TO ADDRESS CITY/ZIP COUNTY STATE

 

 

 

Can you perform shift work, work weekends, and work varying hours during inclement weather?

 (  ) Yes (  ) No

Check the box indicating your education level: (Check all that are applicable/attach copies)

(  ) GED Certificate (  ) High School Diploma (  ) Associates Degree

(  ) Bachelors Degree (  ) Graduate Degree (  ) Technical or vocational school

3

List your employment history below. This includes time spent in military and school, beginning with

the most recent employer: (Last Five years only starting with most recent)

Employer_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Address______________________________________________________________________________

Telephone Number __________________ Supervisor Name____________________________________

Title/Job______________________________________________________________________________

Description____________________________________________________________________________

Dates of employment___________________________________________________________________

Reason for Leaving______________________________________________________________________

Employer_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Address______________________________________________________________________________

Telephone Number __________________ Supervisor Name____________________________________

Title/Job______________________________________________________________________________

Description____________________________________________________________________________

Dates of employment___________________________________________________________________

Reason for Leaving______________________________________________________________________

Employer_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Address______________________________________________________________________________

Telephone Number __________________ Supervisor Name____________________________________

Title/Job______________________________________________________________________________

Description____________________________________________________________________________

Dates of employment___________________________________________________________________

Reason for Leaving______________________________________________________________________

 

Military Service

Have you served in the Armed Forces? ( ) Yes ( ) No

Describe your military service:

Date Branch Discharge Date Discharge Type Rank______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Were you ever subject to court martial, disciplined, tried on charges, taken to summary court, deck

court, captain’s mast, company punishment, or subject to any other type of disciplinary action while

in the military? (  ) Yes (  ) No If yes, explain or describe below:

List your Duty Stations in the Military:

From To Location___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

What was your military occupations/training? _______________________________________________

List your military schools and training:______________________________________________________

List your awards and medals:_____________________________________________________________

Arrest/Convictions

Have you ever plead guilty to or been found guilty of any felony, misdemeanor, and/or

ordinance violation? (  ) Yes (  ) No

Violation Date Disposition From Where____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

*Include all traffic violations that you have plead guilty to.

References

List three character references (not relatives or in-laws) who are responsible adults and have known you

for at least three years;

Name Phone # ________________________________________________________________________

Address Work #_______________________________________________________________________

Occupation___________________________________________________________________________

Years Acquainted______________________________________________________________________

Name Phone #_________________________________________________________________________

Address Work #________________________________________________________________________

Occupation___________________________________________________________________________

Years Acquainted______________________________________________________________________

Name Phone #_________________________________________________________________________

Address Work #________________________________________________________________________

Occupation____________________________________________________________________________

Years Acquainted_______________________________________________________________________

Do you have any relatives that are employed by the County of Mercer or the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office?

(  ) Yes (  ) No If yes, please explain:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Have you ever been employed by the County of Mercer? (  ) Yes (  ) No If yes, please explain, including

dates, and reason for leaving:_____________________________________________________________

Are you willing to take a pre-employment drug screening, physical, psychological, and truth verification

test? (  ) Yes (  ) No

Law Enforcement Training and Experience

Are you a current P.O.S.T. certificate holder? (  ) Yes (  ) No   Missouri P.O.S.T. License #______________

List law enforcement trainings and seminars: *Attach additional sheets if necessary.

Have you ever worked as a police officer, police reserve officer, deputy sheriff, dispatcher, or in any

other capacity related to law enforcement? (  ) Yes (  ) No

If yes, please explain your positions and assignments, including the dates and locations. Attach

additional sheets if necessary:

Were you ever disciplined as a police officer or law enforcement employee? (  ) Yes (  ) No

If yes, please explain including the nature of alleged offense and disposition (reprimand, suspension, etc.)______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

List any awards or commendations that you received in law enforcement or a related function:___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Have you applied for a position in law enforcement prior to this? (Please include all past and current

applications that are in process). (  ) Yes (  ) No *use separate sheet if necessary__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Requirements

This application will not be processed or reviewed without the following documents attached:

Copy of Birth Certificate
Copies of all training certifications and degrees declared, including Missouri P.O.S.T. certificate
Copy of high school diploma or equivalency
Copy of current, unexpired driver’slicense
Military DD214 (if applicable)

Please use the front and back of this page to further explain all answers you did not have the room for

in this application. Please note the question in your response.

The Christian County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applicants for a full-time Patrol Deputy (Testing Date TBD).

The Patrol Deputy is responsible for a variety of tasks including but not limited to: patrolling in a radio-equipped vehicle to preserve law and order by discovering/preventing the commission of crimes and enforcing Federal, State and County ordinances; responds to calls of service, report writing, on scene investigations as well as follow up incidents.  Many other duties are required as directed by the commander of the division.

Education/Experience:

  • Must meet one of the following:
    • Possess Class A MO POST certification.
    • Possess Class B MO POST certification with 30 semester hours from an accredited college or university and two years of full-time law enforcement experience.
    • Possess Class B MO POST certification with two years of active duty military service with an honorable discharge
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED. Associate Degree in Criminal Justice or related to the law enforcement profession is preferred. 
  • Possess a valid Missouri Driver License
    • May not have been convicted of, plead guilty or no contest to, or been diverted on a serious traffic violation within the past five years.
  • Must be a citizen of the United States and a resident of the State of Missouri.
  • Must be 21 years of age.

This position must be able to pass a criminal background check, a drug test (and will be subject to random drug testing).

Additional Information

This full-time position offers a competitive wage and a comprehensive benefit package that includes medical, dental, vision and retirement.

Disclaimer

Christian County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the County will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employers.

Apply online at https://mo-christiancounty.civicplushrms.com/careers/ or in person at the Christian County Resource Building,1106 W Jackson St, Ozark, MO 65721, Monday- Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30pm.

Position open until filled

The St. Charles County Police Department is seeking detail-oriented candidates to join our Records Division.

We’re hiring for the positions of Government Services Representative II and Government Services Representative IV. Find more information and apply at sccmo.org/Careers

. #EnvisionYourFuture with us!

The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for a Full-Time School Resource Officer.
 
Minimum Requirements are as follows:
* Minimum age of 21
* Highschool graduate or equivalent
* P.O.S.T. Certified
* Valid driver’s license
* No serious misdemeanor or felony convictions
* Good moral character
 
Training will be provided by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office.
 
For further information, please contact DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office at ( 816) 449-5802 or email dekalbcosheriff@gmaildotcom

CAREER OPPORTUNITY WITH THE MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

TITLE: Agent

LOCATION: St. Louis District Office
South Service Center
7545 S. Lindbergh, Suite 150
St. Louis, MO 63125

SALARY: $43,140.52 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control’s liquor enforcement section. The position works out of the St. Louis District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 3 and/or the eastern half of District 4 (see https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html).

Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS:
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefit package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2.

Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 50% office work and 50% field work.

Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:
 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri for a minimum of three (3) years immediately prior to hiring;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Missouri POST class A license;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted online through the MO Careers website, which can be accessed via https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

This position is open until filled.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the St. Louis district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.

Interviews are tentatively scheduled for July 14, 2021; however, the dates are subject to change.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The Texas County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Sheriff’s Deputy for the court security division.

Responsibilities:

Keep court rooms safe and orderly during court proceedings. Escort detainees from jail to court hearings. Serve civil/criminal process throughout the county when court is not in session. Type and complete incident reports about arrests or other incidents occurring in the courts. Assist the patrol division with calls for service or conduct patrols when directed by a supervisor. Maintain safety and security of the justice center building by conducting foot patrols or operating security checkpoints.

Minimum Requirements:

– Possess a current P.O.S.T. license, or be currently attending an academy with a graduation date within the next 6 months.

– Valid Missouri Driver’s License

– Must have a High School diploma/GED

– Must be able to pass a detailed background check

– Criminal History

– Motor vehicle record check

– Drug Screen Test

– Must be willing to live within Texas County.

– Must be flexible with scheduling and willing to any shift times, weekends and holidays.

– Complete a 3 month probationary period.

– Successfully complete a Field Training program.

– Have typing/computer skills, excellent communications ability, ability to handle stressful situations and able to multitask.

Benefits

– Salary is $30,000 annually with approved D.S.S.S.F..

– Full benefits including health insurance, C.E.R.F.,L.A.G.E.R.S. retirement, sick leave, holiday pay and vacation are offered.

– Uniforms and equipment provided.

Applications may be obtained in person at the Texas County Sheriff’s Office, 519 North Grand Ave Houston, MO or by emailing sheriff@texascountymissouri.gov. Questions about the position may be directed to Chief Court Deputy Melissa Emerick (417) 967-4165 ext. 320.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, and interviews scheduled at the discretion of the hiring committee. Application will remain on file for one year.

Texas County is an equal employment opportunity employer.

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a POST-Certified deputy sheriff.

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is dedicated to the advanced strategies of community policing and the direct supervision management of its jail facility. Both concepts involve establishing dynamic partnerships with citizens, communities, and other agencies working towards common goals. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office holds a promising future for individuals who are genuinely interested in a challenging career.

Automatic Disqualifiers:

  • RESIDENCE REQUIREMENT:
    • Must reside, or be willing to relocate, to Cass County Missouri within one year of employment.
  • FALSE STATEMENT:
    • False statement of material fact / deception / fraud.
  • FELONIES:
    • No felony convictions.
  • PROTECTION ORDERS:
    • You may not have any Active Orders of Protection.
  • DRIVING RECORD:
    • No DUI / DWI / Hit and Run within the past 3 years.
    • Three or more chargeable or at fault accidents within the past 3 years.
    • Drivers license suspension or revocation within the past 3 years.
    • No valid Driver’s License.
    • No more than 3 Moving Violation convictions in the past 3 years (Deputy Sheriff).
  • PROBATION/PAROLE:
    • Currently on probation, parole or diversion. (Inclusive of deferred adjudication). Pardoned for any reason other than being innocent.
  • NARCOTICS/CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE USEAGE:
    • Must be drug-free for 3 complete years.
  • SALE OF DRUGS:
    • Sale of illegal drugs or sale of legal drugs without a license.
  • MILITARY DISCHARGE/CONDUCT:
    • Discharge “Other Than Honorable” (no conditions).
    • Conviction/commission of court martial offense.
  • FAILURE TO COMPLETE:
    • Failure to complete the Background Packet, and / or provide required documents.
  • FAILURE TO DISCLOSE INFORMATION:
    • A failure to list information to include prior work history and / or arrests where the court granted SIS or SES.

For further information, contact Deputy Eddleman at (816) 380-8315, or SEND AN EMAIL.

Applicant background check list is available HERE.

Pre-employment application is available HERE.

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against persons based on race, color, religion, handicap, sex, age or national origin.

The Cape Girardeau Sheriff’s Office is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Road Deputy.
 
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a US citizen, a resident of the State of Missouri, and must not have any felony record or convictions of any crime involving moral turpitude.
  • Road Deputies must be POST certified.
  • Road Deputies currently work 12 hours shifts with every other weekend off and include both day and night shifts.
  • Benefits package will fall under the guidelines of benefits offered by Cape Girardeau County to include paid Holidays, vacation, sick time, employee Health Insurance, two retirement programs and uniform allowance.
  • Starting pay for Road Deputies is 18.27 an hour.
Applications are available online at www.capecountysheriff.org
Go to employment tab and scroll to the bottom of page. Applications can also be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office. Only applications completed in entirety will be considered.

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.

$17.79 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program


Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

*in-county residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

Applications will be accepted until this posting is removed.
Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300

The Caldwell County Sheriff’s Department is currently seeking applications for the position of Jail Administrator at the Caldwell County Detention Center.
 
Requirements:
– High School Diploma or Equivalent
-Prior experience in a Jail/ Correctional Facility and Supervisor Position is preferred.
-Successfully pass a background check and drug screening test.
– Have a valid Missouri’s driver’s license
-Have good command of Microsoft Office( Excel, Word, etc.) and the ability to learn the in-house Records Management System.
-Must be able to be on call after business hours, holidays, and weekends.
-Have a good understanding of budgetary process.
 
PAY IS BASED ON EXPERIENCE
 
Applicants may apply and/or submit a resume to the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Department either in person or by mailing to: P.O. Box 158, Kingston, MO 64650.
 
Applications will be accepted until June 15, 2021. Once all applications have been submitted, Applicants will be contacted to appear before an Oral Board.
The Newton County Sheriff’s Office will be accepting applications through Friday June 11, 2021 for two new dispatcher positions.
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What does it take to be a 9-1-1 dispatcher?
● Use multi-line telephone instruments, answers incoming emergency 911 calls, answers citizen’s questions, determining information needed for responding units, and when necessary providing pre-arrival emergency medical directions.
● Answers non-emergency telephone lines, answering citizen’s questions, and providing assistance as needed.
● Dispatches on multi-frequency radio system to field units, keeping track of field traffic, and assigning calls via a Computer Assisted Dispatch (CAD) system.
● Accesses Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System (MULES) via a computer, providing information accessed to field units.
● Checks and files warrants and related MULES printouts.
● With Experience, works as person in charge when a shift supervisor is not on duty.
● Miscellaneous duties as assigned.
 
You must meet these requirements
● Must be 18 years of age or older.
● High school graduate or equivalent.
● Must be multifunctional.
● Must attend and pass all necessary classes and courses within six months after employment as begun.
● Pass criminal history check and background investigation.
● Must be able to type 35+ WPM.
● Must be able to work shift work.
 
Pay/Benefits
● Starting pay is $14.60 per hour while in training; $15.20 per hour upon release with scheduled increases thereafter.
● 12-hour shifts after classroom training is complete.
● Health, dental and vision insurance available
● Retirement plan
● Paid life insurance, sick leave and vacation
 
Application can be printed from our website or picked up at the dispatch center at 308 N. Jefferson St, Neosho MO. The application must be completed and returned in person, by mail or email to kwright@nc-cdc.org.

The Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a deputy sheriff in the Jail Division.

We require you to be POST certified, nearing completion of a qualified academy, or able to obtain POST certification in a timely manner if moving from another state or departing a military police position with transferrable training and experience. You MUST complete an agency application before an interview will be scheduled. 

This can be a fast paced environment with many responsibilities, requiring self-motivation and little supervision at times. This position is reliant on good computer skills by exceptional employees. Some included responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Booking and Releasing of detainees
  • Responding to requests and grievances submitted by detainees
  • Scanning documentation into the Jail Management System (JMS)
  • Writing reports
  • Enforcing rules of conduct and the law
  • Responding to medical emergencies and problems within the jail
  • Submitting violations of law to the prosecuting attorney for criminal charges
  • Following direction of supervisors
  • Any other tasks that may arise.

Highly motivated individuals are encouraged to apply.

Overtime projects are available throughout the year and consideration for transfers to other divisions within the Sheriff’s Office if the employee desires to expand their law enforcement experience. 

Beginning pay is $18.39 per hour, with insurance, two retirement plans, and offerings of supplemental insurance plans. 

If you have questions or would like to obtain an application, contact Lieutenant Doug Bounous at 417-466-2131 or dbounous@lawrencecosheriff.com .

The Laclede County Sheriff’s Office currently has a total of three deputy vacancies. We have two openings for a road deputy, and one opening for a court bailiff.  

Our current staff hold integrity, good moral character and professionalism to the highest standard. We are devoted to maintaining the public trust, and we are looking for the perfect addition to strengthen our team.

Road deputy – 2 openings

Starting pay is $36,186.78 salary per year, plus the additional supplemental pay of $1,200.00 for a total of $37,386.78.

Court bailiff – 1 opening

Starting pay is $35,066.72 salary per year, plus the additional supplemental pay of $1,200.00 for a total of $36,266.72.

Benefits

Health insurance is provided at no cost to the deputy.

Uniforms and a duty weapon are provided.

A patrol vehicle will also be provided as a take-home car for road deputies that reside inside Laclede County.

All applicants must have, or be able to obtain Missouri P.O.S.T. certification by appointment date.

If you believe you are a suitable candidate and would like to inquire further or apply for an open position, email your resume to Captain Casey Pitts at cpitts@lacledecountymissouri.org.

The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff in our Court Services Division.

Requirements-

– Be at least 21 years of age.

– High School Diploma or equivalent.

– Missouri POST License, or ability to obtain POST License within 30 days of conditional offer of employment.

– No criminal history beyond traffic offenses.

– Successfully pass a Truth Verification Examination.

– Successfully pass an extensive background check, to include credit check, personal references check, and all other background information related to personal and professional background.

– Have a valid Missouri Driver’s License

– Have good command of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, etc.), and the ability to learn in house Records Management System.

– Good communication skills to be able to communicate with Sheriff’s Deputies, Corrections Officers, Judges, Court Clerks, Prosecutors, other staff, and the public regarding tasks to be completed.

Starting Salary – $30,000 (or more dependent upon experience) per year.

Benefits

– LAGERS (Local Governmental Employees’ Retirement System) Pension

– CERF (County Employees’ Retirement Fund) Pension

– Competitive Health Insurance paid for employee (family medical, dental and vision available at cost)

– 13 paid holidays

– 40 hours paid vacation after 12 months, 80 hours after 24 months, 120 hours after 60 months.

– Paid sick leave.

– This position is most generally Monday thru Friday with an “on call rotation” for after-hours needs.

– All uniforms and equipment (other than duty handgun) provided.

This position involves, generally but not limited to

– Security of courts while in session.

– Security of inmates appearing in court.

– Executing court orders at the direction of judges in the court room.

– Movement of inmates from Jails to Courts and Jails to Department of Corrections.

– Seating jurors during jury trials.

– Transport of persons to mental health facilities as directed by court order.

How to Apply

Application may be found on our website at:

https://www.audrainsheriff.com/employment

*Application must be completed in its entirety. Incomplete applications will be rejected and not considered.

** Applications should be directed to Captain Dan Smith and will be accepted at the Audrain County Sheriff’s Office or by US Mail.

 

The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Liberal, Kansas Police Department has an immediate opening for a police officer.

Salary Information Academy Graduate: $39,520 annual. Lateral Transfer: $50,830 annual

Liberal PD officers serve in various divisions, including patrol, criminal investigations, motor vehicle crash investigation, narcotics and highway drug interdiction, Special Response Team, community relations, administration and more.

Our department has undergone a significant culture change in 2020, with our culture becoming more successfully community driven. As a result, we actively seek a diverse staff that can not only supplement our ranks, but can help us enhance our standing with our citizens, with whom we now receive excellent support!

Why choose Liberal, Kansas? LPD offers extremely competitive salaries, partial tuition assistance, free gym memberships, free municipal golf course membership and more. Our equipment is modern and top-of-the line, with a new patrol vehicle fleet, updated in-car computers, body cameras and a brand new, upgraded 800mhz radio system.

Please contact either Deputy Chief Chris Head at (620) 626-0141 chris.head@liberalpd.org

Or Lt Franka Post at (620) 626-0141

The Richmond Police Department, a progressive and community-oriented team of law enforcement professionals, is seeking to fill immediate openings:

  • Patrol Division
  • School Resource Officer / D.A.R.E
  • Criminal Investigation Division
  • Command Staff

About Us

The Richmond Police Department is led by the Chief of Police, Chad Burnine, who took command in 2010, after serving the city for over 10 years. Under Chief Burnine are 5 patrol officers, 1 lieutenant, 1 det. sergeant, 1 det. corporal, 2 corporals, 1 school resource officer, 1 animal control officer and a civilian administrative assistant.

We Offer: ·

  • Competitive Starting Salary – $17.00/hour
  • State of the Art Technology, Equipment and Training
  • Comprehensive Benefits · MO Lagers Retirement · Health and Dental benefits
  • Annual / sick leave and holiday pay
  • All uniforms, duty gear and weapons issued
  • 12-hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off

Richmond Police Officers attend training regularly and have varied skill sets that make them capable of dealing with most any situation; from petty crimes to “big city” crimes. Some of these skill sets include: hostage negotiation, computer voice stress analysis, Rural Missouri Major Case Squad, advanced firearms training, school active shooter training, advanced crime scene investigation, advanced interrogation training, advanced crash investigation training and much more.

Richmond Police Officers take pride in a high ratio of solved cases due to hard work and dedication, as well as the help and support of the great community in which they serve every day.

If you are a qualified individual looking for a long-term employment in a rewarding career, WE WANT YOU!!

For more information, contact: Lt. Herdman or Det. Cpl. Bines at 816-776-3575 or visit our website at cityofrichmondmo.org

Think you have what it takes to wear our badge?

APPLY TODAY!!

 

The Rolla Police Department is accepting applications from POST CERTIFIED and CURRENT ACADEMY STUDENTS wishing to pursue a career in law enforcement.

Any full-time academy student who applies with our agency and completes our hiring process can be hired as a police cadet until graduation from the academy, at which time he/she will be promoted to a full-time patrol officer position.

Upon completion of the department’s field training program and probationary period, we will reimburse the employee up to one half of the basic police academy training fee.

In order to participate in this offer, a 3-yr contract will be required at the time of employment as a police cadet, and the 3-yr time period will begin upon academy graduation. Employees not honoring the contract will be required to pay back a pro-rated balance.

Part-time academy students will be considered for this offer on a case-by-case basis.

No Residency Requirement 

Lateral Entry Based on Experience

Starting Salary Range:        

  • Police Cadet: $12.982/Hr until Graduation/Certification. Potential for 1/2 training reimbursement. Must first complete hiring process.
  • Patrol Officer: $40,473 to $42,864 estimated annually (includes holiday pay & shift differential) 

FLSA: Full-Time, Non-Exempt

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:      
Family health and dental insurance plan; life insurance; Custom Benefit Plan; eleven (11) paid holidays and one (1) personal holiday; two (2) weeks of vacation and twelve (12) sick days a year; shift differential pay; take-home vehicle for 30 mile radius.

DESCRIPTION OF BASIC DUTIES:

Selected candidates will be community policing oriented and required to perform a variety of duties such as enforce city and state violations, investigate criminal activities, routine patrol duties, traffic control and traffic accident investigation, assist citizens, perform communications duties, enforce animal violations, operate an emergency vehicle in a safe and defensive manner, meet physical aspects of job, and perform other duties as job requires.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS: 

High school diploma or equivalent General Education Development Certificate (GED).  Must be certified as a law enforcement officer in the state of Missouri, OR currently be enrolled in a law enforcement academy, OR be eligible for licensing (waiver of MO academy requirement) as a peace officer in the state of Missouri by the Department of Public Safety (DPS), as defined in Chapter 590 of RSMo.  More information can be found on the DPS website at www.dps.mo.gov.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk and hear; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls.  Specific vision abilities required include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Full job description available.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a US citizen at least 21 years of age and possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License at time of appointment.
  • Must successfully pass the following:  Peer Board interview, Police Personnel Board interview, Chief’s interview, psychological test, polygraph, background investigation, physical fitness test, physical & drug screen, and weapons qualification.

Apply at the Rolla Police Department, 1007 N. Elm St., Rolla, Mo 65401 no Later Than June 9, 2021.

An E-Mailable Job Application is available online at www.rollacity.org

Resume Requested.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – FEMALES AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

EMPLOYER COMPLIES WITH ALL A.D.A. REQUIREMENTS

DEPUTY SHERIFF

Responsibilities: Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, an​​d overall general law enforcement in the County.

Status:  Full-time, non-exempt, benefited

Working hours:  Evenings, nights, weekends

Location: Columbia, Missouri

DETENTION OFFICER

Responsibilities: While working primarily inside the Boone County Jail and interacting in a face-to-face manner with detainees, the employee assists in maintaining facility security and ensures the safety of staff, detainees, and the public by directing and controlling detainee movement inside and outside the facility as needed, enforcing facility regulations, monitoring and documenting detainee activities, overseeing the intake and release processes, managing visitations, logging and preparing various detainee records, transporting inmates as needed, and performing other essential duties related to the efficient operation of the facility.
 
Status:  Full-time, non-exempt, benefited
 
Working hours:  6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. AND 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Must be able to work either shift at the department’s discretion.
 
Location: Columbia, Missouri

CONTROL ROOM OFFICER
DETENTION

Responsibilities:

 While working inside the Boone County Jail, the employee will assist in ensuring the safety and security of the facility, observe and document detainee movement and/or events, electronically operate doors, communicate with detainees, observe staff movement and interactions with detainees, and communicate with staff and the public through a variety of methods. Regular duties do not include unprotected face-to-face contact with detainees (i.e., interaction will be through secure windows, intercoms, kiosks, or other protective barriers).

Status:
 Full-time, non-exempt, benefited

Working hours:
 6am – 6pm AND 6pm – 6am. Must be able to work either shift

Location:​​
 Columbia, Missouri

The Casper, Wyoming Police Department is now hiring police officers.

SALARY:

$25.74 – $31.31 Hourly
$4,461.60 – $5,427.07 Monthly
$53,539.20 – $65,124.80 Annually

OPENING DATE: 05/17/21
CLOSING DATE: 06/17/21 12:00 AM

Next Testing Period – Monday, June 21st (location and times to be announced).
Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates, locations and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email address each applicant provides on his/her application.

Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience
Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign on bonus
Entry level Police Officers one time sign-on bonus of $3,000

For more information on compensation, click here.

Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, state, and federal statutes. Responsibilities may include patrolling assigned routes; making traffic stops; interviewing victims, witnesses and suspects; making arrests; completing incident reports; determining charges to be applied; completing affidavits for court; and testifying in court when necessary. Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher level supervisory and management staff. This position is driving essential (see driving requirements below).

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area; responds to routine and complex emergency situations; answers and
responds to radio or telephone dispatches; mediates disputes.
2. Safely and appropriately uses, and cares for, firearms.
3. Safely operates a patrol vehicle.
4. Explains and enforces applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances.
5. Conducts searches; observes suspicious activities and detains suspects.
6. Conducts criminal investigations by gathering evidence; interviewing victims and witnesses; and interrogating suspects.
7. Maintains safe traffic conditions by monitoring and directing traffic; enforcing laws and ordinances; investigating accidents; providing escort; reporting unsafe streets and facilities.
8. Prepares accurate and timely illness and injury, accident, arrest, and administrative reports.
9. Reports observations and actions by testifying in court.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive customer service demeanor.
11. Follows all City safety procedures. Reports all accidents/incidents immediately to supervisor.
12. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

KNOWLEDGE
Applicants must have knowledge of:

  • Customer service.
  • Proper English, including spelling, punctuation and grammar.
  • Modern office equipment and practices.

ABILITIES

Applicants must have the ability to:

  • Respond to call-outs after hours, weekends and holidays within 20 minutes.
  • Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays as needed.
  • Learn City geography including street names, number systems, directional orientation and major landmarks.
  • Provide customer service.
  • Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
  • Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of firearms.
  • Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
  • Maintain confidentiality.
  • Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
  • Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
  • Comply with all training requirements.
  • Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
  • Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
  • Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
  • Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, and laws of arrest.
  • Learn safety practices and procedures.
  • Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
  • Operate modern office equipment.
  • Utilize appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
  • Utilize self-defense tactics.
  • Meet the physical requirements necessary to safely and effectively perform the assigned duties.
  • Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
  • Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
  • Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.

SKILLS
Applicants must have skill in:

  • Communicating in a professional manner with customers, staff and the general public.
  • Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to receive work direction.
  • Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
Applicants must have the following training and experience:
Must be at least 21 years of age at time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.
High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
Completion of intense training program within eighteen (18) months of hire.

Licensing and Certification Requirements
Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License.
Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)
Certification.
Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

The job description above is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment is subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological examination. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous state(s) of residence.

Physical Requirements:
Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, lifting, fingering, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing and repetitive motions.

Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force
frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.

Incumbents may be subjected to fumes, odors, dusts, gases, poor ventilation, oils, bodily fluids, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, workspace restrictions, and intense noises.

Driving Requirements:
For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following criteria is considered unsatisfactory:
1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);
2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:
   Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
   Leaving the scene of an accident;
   Fleeing to avoid arrest;
   Reckless Driving;
   Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
   Driving without auto insurance;
   Driving on a suspended license;
   Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

Learn more about our department: https://casperpolice.org/

Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://casperwyoming.org/relocate/
https://choosecpr.com/
https://www.brandpointcontent.com/article/37323/considering-relocating-4-reasons-to-choose-casper-wyoming

The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking applications for the position of Administrative Assistant.

Requirements-

  • Be at least 21 years of age.
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • No criminal history beyond traffic offenses.
  • Successfully pass a Truth Verification Examination.
  • Successfully pass an extensive background check, to include credit check, personal references check, and all other background information related to personal, professional, and financial background.
  • Have a valid Missouri Driver’s License.
  • Have good command of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, etc.), and the ability to learn in house Records Management System.
  • An understanding of the Missouri courts and legal system is preferred, but not a must.

Starting Salary – $26,000 to $28,000 per year.

Benefits –

  • LAGERS (Local Governmental Employees’ Retirement System) Pension
  • CERF (County Employees’ Retirement Fund) Pension
  • Competitive Health Insurance paid for employee (family medical, dental and vision available at cost)
  • 13 paid holidays
  • 40 hours paid vacation after 12 months, 80 hours after 24 months, 120 hours after 60 months
  • Paid sick leave.

This position is, most generally, 10 hours per day, Tuesday thru Friday (after successful completion of training and successful performance review by commanding officer, undersheriff and sheriff).

This position involves, generally but not limited to –

  • Accurate and timely accounting/bookkeeping of monies received related to various criminal proceedings, civil proceedings, and fee-based services performed by the Sheriff’s Office.
  • Accurate and timely accounting/bookkeeping of monies paid out related to various criminal proceedings, civil proceedings, and fee-based services performed by the Sheriff’s Office.
  • Accurate and timely background checks performed on applicants for CCW Permits and issuance of permits.
  • Accurate and timely registration of sex offenders, as prescribed by state law.
  • Greeting visitors to the lobby of the Sheriff’s Office in a courteous and helpful manner.
  • Accurate and timely accounting and tracking of civil and criminal court orders presented to the Sheriff’s Office for service, as per state law.
  • Good communication skills to be able to communicate with Sheriff’s Deputies, Corrections Officers, other staff, and the public regarding tasks to be completed.
  • Processing public records requests according to state law (Missouri Sunshine Law).
  • The ability to testify in court regarding sex offender registrations and any other matter the court deems appropriate.

Application may be found on our website at:

https://www.audrainsheriff.com/employment

*Application must be completed in its entirety. Incomplete applications will be rejected and not considered.

** Applications should be directed to Captain Danielle Scrogin and will be accepted until 5PM on June 4, 2021 at the Audrain County Sheriff’s Office or by US Mail.

The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for the position of: Public Relations Officer.

This position is full-time, Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. (some evening and weekends required)

Pay: $12.00/hour for non-POST certified applicants

$14.90/hour for POST certified applicants (incudes grant pay)

Essential Functions:

  • Act as a representative for the VCSO with various groups throughout the public
  • Attend public functions, take photos during events and prepare press releases regarding public events
  • Manage the VCSO website and media pages
  • Manage the VCSO employment/application postings
  • Prepare press releases relating to calls for service
  • Maintain all equipment and materials used during public events

Requirements:

  • POST Certification (preferred but not required)
  • High school diploma
  • Reliable transportation
  • Experience or the ability to use digital cameras and photography software
  • Experience or the ability to speak in public in a professional manner
  • Experience writing
  • Ability to use Microsoft Office programs as well as Google Docs.

Benefits:
Paid vacation, paid holidays, sick pay, retirement plan, health insurance with dental & vision. Gym membership discount

To apply visit: www.vernoncosheriff.org
.For inquiries please email: sheriff@vernoncosheriff.org

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position(s) of Commissioned Road Deputy.

 

OVERVIEW: Montgomery County is about 540 square miles of predominantly rural farming community and is located about an hour west of St. Louis. Montgomery County encompasses about 20 miles of 1-70 and includes seven municipalities, four of which have their own police departments. With that said, the sheriff’s office and one police department are the only agencies that are operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The sheriff’s office staffs 11 road deputies, 3 court services, and has a Jail Division staffed by 16 detention officers.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The position of road deputy includes but not limited to the handling of calls for service, patrol, traffic control, investigations, assisting other agencies and the serving of civil and criminal papers. In addition, the position of road deputy requires multi-tasking and the ability to prioritize your calls for service. 

 

BENEFIT PACKAGE:

Starting salary: $32,905.00 yr with no experience.

Paid Overtime

Paid Vacation

Paid Training

Paid Sick Leave

Longevity Pay increases

Health, life, dental and vision insurance

2 Retirement plans (Lagers and CERF)

Take home car if living in county.

 

If you are interested in a small/mid-sized agency, I would like to hear from you. In order to schedule an interview, submit your resume in person, call, mail, fax or e-mail to:

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office

C/0  Major Dan Gevermuehle 417

211 East 3rd  Street

Montgomery City, MO 63361

573-564-8084

FAX: 573-564-8083

E-MAIL: dangev@mcmo.us

PERRY COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE HAS AN OPEN POSITION IN THE JAIL DIVISION

OPEN POSITION: ​Jailer

APPLICANT INFORMATION PACKET INSTRUCTIONS

You have received this APPLICANT INFORMATION PACKET because you are interested in the position of JAILER with the Perry County Sheriff’s Department Jail Division. This packet contains important instructions regarding the application process so please read it carefully.

This packet contains the following information:
• Application / Hiring Process
• Minimum Qualifications
• Job Description
• Salary and Benefits Summary
• Mission Statement, Vision Statement, Core Values, Goals
• Required Documentation Checklist
• Importance of Honesty Statement
• Duration of Employment Disclosure
• Authorization for Release of Personal Information
• Fair Credit Reporting Act Disclosure and Consent Statement

When a vacancy or vacancies exist, you may submit your Personal History Statement (also known as​ ​“application”) and required documents.

APPLICATION / HIRING PROCESS

Below is an overview of the application / hiring process for the position of Jailer. Successful applicants will familiarize themselves with this process. Applicants should also familiarize themselves with the Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals of the Perry County Sheriff’s Department Communications Division. An attachment of these subjects is provided.

PHASE I – APPLICATION AND PERSONAL HISTORY STATEMENT

Applicant shall complete and submit a Personal History Statement. All required releases and documents shall also be submitted with the Personal History Statement. Applications will be initially screened to ensure that all applicants meet the minimum standards for the position of Jailer. Those applicants who meet or exceed the minimum employment qualifications will be considered for participation in the selection process.

PHASE II – BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION
A complete background investigation is conducted into the applicant’s general personal reputation, education, military history, arrest record, employment history, special qualifications and skills

PHASE III – PRELIMINARY INTERVIEW
Applicant will be given a date and time to come in for a preliminary interview to discuss the results of basic background information. Testing will be done at this time. Do not bring family, children or friends at this time.

PHASE VI – WORK STEPS PROGRAM & DRUG TESTING
Applicant will be sent to Mid American Rehab to take Work Steps Program.
Applicant will be drug tested

PHASE V – FINAL REVIEW / PROBATIONARY JOB OFFER
Upon successful completion of the application process, applicant will be given a date and time to report for On the Job Training at the Perry County Sheriff’s Department. Applicant will be fingerprinted and photographed at that time.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
1. Applicant must be a Citizen of the United States, by birth or naturalization;
2. Be at least eighteen (18) years of age;
3. Applicant must possess a high school diploma or its equivalent (GED) and have at least one year experience in public contact either in person or by telephone.
4. Applicant must be of good moral character;
5. Applicant must be able to read and write the English language;
6. Applicants must not have been discharged from any military service under less than honorable​ ​conditions specifically:
     Bad conduct;
     Dishonorable; or
     Any other characterization of service indicating bad character.
7. Applicants must not have been convicted or have ever been on court-ordered community supervision, probation or deferred adjudication for any criminal offense of the grade of Class B misdemeanor within the last ten (10) years from the date of court order.

+ The applicant must not have been convicted or have ever been convicted on court ordered community supervision, probation, or deferred adjudication for any criminal offense above the grade of Class B misdemeanor.

+ The applicant must not be currently under indictment for any criminal offense.

+ The applicant must not have been convicted of any family violence offense.

+ The applicant must not ever have been convicted at any time of a felony offense.
+ The applicant must not have been convicted of the offense of driving while intoxicated or driving under the influence of drugs within twenty-four months prior to making application.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

Starting salary non-commissioned: $13.60 per hour.  After 6 months probation $14.14 per hour
Starting salary commissioned officers:  $15.28 per hour.  After 6 months probation $15.89
Overtime / Holiday Compensation: Pay periods are every two weeks. (80 hour pay periods) This means you will work 80 hrs during a two week period, not necessarily 40 hours per week. There are 13 1/2 paid holidays per year.
Health Insurance: The County of Perry pays 100% of employee group health coverage. Dependent insurance is available at a cost to the employee.
Dental and Vision Insurance: Dental and vision insurance through AFLAC are available at a cost to the employee.
Retirement: The County of Perry participates in the LAGERS retirement system. Commissioned Law Enforcement personnel are eligible for retirement at age 55. The County of Perry also participates in a state sponsored retirement system for county employees.​​ Employees are enrolled in both systems.
Leave: Each employee shall be entitled an annual vacation in the amount of 5 (five) days after 1 (one) year of service. Annual vacation is then increased as set forth in the Personnel Rules and regulations.
    . Each employee is entitled to 3 (three) personal days per year after each year of employment. (To be granted each year on employment anniversary date.)
    . Each employee is granted 1 (sick) day per each full month worked.
Training Opportunities: Paid leave, tuition, approved travel expenses to include room/board and transportation, and training supplies will be the County’s expense for all approved training.

JOB DESCRIPTION
Job Summary: Responsible for the safety and well being of all individuals incarcerated at the Perry County Sheriff’s Office, Performing Searches of Inmates and Property, Processing In New Inmates,  Performing Sex Offender registrations and issuing CCW permits.
Essential Job Functions:
• Complete checks of all persons incarcerated at the Perry County Sheriff’s Office on a regular basis
• Search and process all persons brought into the Sheriff’s Office
• Ability to work under pressure, exercise good judgment and make sound decisions in emergency situations.
• Perform random searches of the Jail to check for contraband and security issues
• Ability to maintain an accurate log of duties performed

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
• High School Diploma or a General Education Development (GED) Certification

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
• Knowledge of basic telephone techniques and public relations.
• Ability to learn applicable departmental procedures and policies related to proper police response, emergencies, etc.
• Ability to work under pressure, exercise good judgment and make sound decisions in emergency situations.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
• Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing.
• Ability to perform more than one task at a time

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:  

Physical requirements include occasional lifting/carrying of 5 pounds; visual acuity, speech and hearing; hand and eye coordination and manual dexterity necessary to operate a computer keyboard and basic office equipment.

Subject to sitting, standing, reaching and walking to perform the essential functions. Working conditions are primarily inside an office environment.

This job description is not an employment agreement or contract. Management has the exclusive right to alter this job description at any time without notice.

IMPORTANCE OF HONESTY STATEMENT
The Perry County Sheriff’s Department is seeking applicants who demonstrate certain characteristics. Honesty is the most important characteristic that you must demonstrate. It is extremely important that you are completely honest in all of your answers. The importance of honesty from the time of application, completion of all documents and questionnaires, as well as during all interviews cannot be overemphasized. Failure to respond to any question truthfully, whether orally or in writing, will result in disqualification. Many applicants have been disqualified for dishonesty. While filling out documents you are cautioned to take your time, to be thorough, and to be specific in all your answers. If you have any doubt in your mind concerning a particular question, the answer is “Yes”, include it. If you are unsure whether to include certain information, the answer is “Yes”, include it.

You may think that something you have done will disqualify you from further consideration, it may or may not. What will certainly disqualify you is lying or distorting the truth. For example, an arrest (either when you were a juvenile or as an adult) may or may not disqualify you; however, lying about that arrest will disqualify you from further consideration.

You may have been fired from a job that, by itself, may or may not disqualify you; however, lying about it will disqualify you from further consideration. The use of drugs, including marijuana, may or may not disqualify you; however, lying about it will disqualify you from further consideration.

To apply, email wcraft@perrycountymo.us and an application packet will be sent to you.

The Perry County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is firmly committed to treating employees and applicants for employment according to their experience, talent, and qualifications for the job, without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age or disability (if otherwise qualified to do the job).

Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office​​
 
Job Opening: We do not accept Facebook online applications. You must complete the official Sheriff’s Department application with background waiver signed.

DUTY TITLE: Mental Health Coordinator

STARTING SALARY: $77,500.00

SALARY CAP: $88,900.00

SUMMARY: 
The Mental Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the delivery of mental health crisis services in collaboration with the Sheriff’s Department, local mental healthcare providers, mental health advocates, and other community partners. When possible, the mental health coordinator will intervene preemptively to connect individuals with needed social services.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities; include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
I. Reviews all reports and referrals involving mental health crisis calls for service to determine required follow-up by law enforcement and/or other mental health services.
II. Conducts mental health needs assessments, individually and as part of a team. Identifies mental health consumers who require repeat law enforcement interventions and independently develops and facilitates follow-up plans and actions.
III. Coordinates with family members and mental health community partners to facilitate delivery of services to reduce future law enforcement encounters.
IV. Develops and maintains professional relationships with community partners to facilitate the delivery of mental health services.
V. Develops processes for and communicates with all law enforcement personnel regarding appropriate strategies for responding to mental health crisis call for services.
VI. Represents the department at public meetings and community outreach events as requested.
VII. Monitors legislative actions related to mental health issues and ensures the department is in compliance with all applicable laws.
VIII. Assists crisis negotiators and SWAT in communication with subjects experiencing a mental health crisis during critical incidents.
IX. Communicates up-to-date mental health resource information to all department personnel.
X. Assist with the development, implementation, and revision of department policies and procedures related to response and intervention with mental health crisis.
XI. Collects and maintains statistical data on department responses to mental health related calls for service.
XII. Conducts data analysis and trend monitoring to make recommendations to leadership and community partners for service level improvements.
XIII. Develops curriculum based on research and provides training to department personnel related to intervening with mental health crisis consumers.
XIII. Responds to critical incidents to provide guidance and assistance to department personnel as requested.
XIV. Prepares written reports, records, and other written communications.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: 
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: 
1. Master’s Degree or Doctorate Degree in psychology, mental health counseling, or related field required.
2. Knowledge of and experience with facilitating the delivery of mental health-related programs or related clinical services in coordination with behavioral health partners.
3. Knowledge of pertinent Federal, State, and Local laws.
4. Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.

REQUIRED SKILLS:
1. Ability to prioritize workload and schedule to ensure completion when faced with deadlines and emergencies; exercise independent judgement and initiative.
2. Ability to handle restricted and confidential information in a professional manner and maintain the information as such.
3. Ability to gather, assemble, correlate, and analyze facts and devise solutions to problems.

Communication Ability:
Ability to interpret and explain complex information in a clear and understandable manner. Must have the ability to communicate professionally both orally and in writing.
Reasoning Ability:
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Must be able to exercise independent judgement in identifying and responding to requests for information from the media and public.
Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms.
Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
Supervisory Responsibility:
This position has some supervisory responsibilities and may serve as a training instructor for the department.
Work Environment:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

Applications will be accepted for the next several weeks until the position is filled.
NOTE – WE DO NOT ACCEPT APPLICATIONS ON FACEBOOK! YOU MUST COMPLETE AN OFFICIAL APPLICATION WITH THE JEFFERSON COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT, WHICH INCLUDES A WAIVER FOR US TO COMPLETE A BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION.

The Jackson County Detention Center has several open positions including:

Corrections Lieutenant
Corrections Officer I
Corrections Sergeant
Criminal Records Supervisor
Lead Criminal Records Supervisor
Records Specialist
Support Services Technician
 

All applications must be submitted through the Jackson County website at https://www.jacksongov.org/236/Jobs

Nixa Public Schools

School Police Officer 189 days/year  Two positions available

PRIMARY TASKS AND MAJOR ACTIVITIES

Enforce laws and ordinances and assist school officials with the enforcement of board policies.

Build positive relationships with students, staff, and community members.

Attend school activities and provide a visible positive image.

Help promote and maintain a safe and drug-free environment.

Ability and willingness to adapt to many different situations.

Supervise evening events of varying grade levels/buildings.

Perform typical law enforcement duties.

Assist personnel with student supervision.

Coordinate security at school events and communicate with other law enforcement agencies.

Provide traffic control and monitoring on and around school campuses including oversight of student parking.

Serve as a resource for students, parents, and staff.

Develop and implement proactive programs, including classroom presentations and substance prevention.

Work under the direction of the district’s chief SPO.

EDUCATION/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

Law enforcement academy graduate required.

Missouri Law Enforcement Certification required.

Minimum of two year’s experience in law enforcement or related field, five years preferred.

School experience a plus.

Must be able to be commissioned by the Christian County Sheriff’s Office.

Willingness to have a flexible work schedule a must, including evenings and weekends, based on the district’s needs.

Willingness to understand support the district’s Comprehensive School Improvement Plan.

Must successfully pass a background check and drug test that are satisfactory to the Nixa Board of Education.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Please apply online at http://www.nixapublicschools.net. Contact 41-724-6270 for assistance.

Nixa Public Schools provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Nixa Public Schools complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for the position of: Detention Officers.

Job Type: Full-time Evenings, Nights, Weekends

Qualifications:

• High school diploma or equivalent.

• Possess a valid operator’s license at time of application and a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.

Responsibilities:

Corrections Officers supervise inmates from diverse backgrounds and groups. They must:

·         Have the ability to think and act quickly in medical, fire and other emergency situations;

·         Be able to learn, understand and interpret laws and regulations as they relate directly to the detention function.

·         Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

·         Establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the course of work; and

·         Learn, demonstrate, and apply various self-defense techniques.

In addition, corrections officers:

·         Must be available to work irregular hours.

·         Must be able to pass an extensive background investigation and drug screen (and will be subject to random drug testing).

Benefits:

• Paid time off: vacation, holiday, sick pay

• Dental insurance

• Vision insurance

• Health insurance

• Healthcare spending (HSA)

• Gym membership discount program

• Retirement Program

For questions, contact Dianna at (417) 283-4366

or visit our website: https://www.vernoncosheriff.org/

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for the position of Patrol Deputy

Patrol Deputy responsibilities include responding to calls within Vernon County, making arrests, completing reports, serving civil process papers, transporting prisoners, assisting with other duties as needed, and overall general law enforcement in the County. Must be at least 21 years of age and Missouri P.O.S.T. certified.

Job Type: Full-time Evenings, Nights, Weekends

Pay: $16.24 per hour

Qualifications:

• High school diploma or equivalent.

• Must be 21 years of age or older.

• Possess a valid operator’s license at time of application and a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.

• Type a minimum of 35 wpm.

• Visual acuity of at least 20/200 correctable to 20/20 in both eyes.

• Pass a medical examination and a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.

• Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License.

• Applicants must be able to meet the strenuous physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, at a minimum, ability to engage in foot pursuits, to make forcible arrest, and to operate law enforcement equipment, including firearms.

• Must reside in Vernon County (by the end of field training) unless an exception is made.

• No felony convictions.

• Have not pled guilty to or have any other criminal convictions in the past 2 years, excluding traffic violations.

• Uniformed personnel whose tattoos extend below a short-sleeve uniform shirt, must wear the long-sleeve uniform shirt. Flesh-tone wraps, sleeves, band-aids, chemical covers and products such as Hide-Ink are prohibited as an alternative to coverage by clothing or uniform. The VCSO may make exceptions to this policy if tattoos are not considered offensive or inappropriate.

• Applicant must meet minimum background qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Benefits:

• Paid time off: vacation, holiday, sick pay

• Dental insurance

• Vision insurance

• Health insurance

• Healthcare spending (HSA)

• Gym membership discount program

• Retirement Program

For questions, contact Dianna at (417) 283-4366

or visit our website: https://www.vernoncosheriff.org/

​Osage County Sheriff’s Office Full Time Detention Officer

Interested in an entry level career in law enforcement? The Osage County Sheriff’s Office – Missouri has an immediate opening for a Detention Officer in our jail. While experience isn’t a requirement, it is preferred. You must be 19 years old, possess a valid Missouri drivers license, and a high school diploma or GED Certificate.

If you have ANY law enforcement convictions or any pending court actions we need to know. You cannot be on Probation / Parole. Background checks are required in our interview process. If you have any felonies you will be disqualified. Certain misdemeanors will also disqualify you. Disclose everything; no matter how old the issue may be.

If you work for a bonding agency, you must cease all functions as a bondsman for consideration. We expect honesty. Our application is lengthy, however, all the information it asks for is pertinent to us and our ability to potentially make you part of our team.

Salary

Starting Salary of a FULL TIME Jailer will be at $30,000 ($14.42 hourly). Each Shift is 12 hours and assigned by the Jail Administrator or Jail Corporal/Sergeant. All personnel are paid once a month (at the end of the month (28 day pay cycle)).

Schedule:
12 hour shift
Day shift
Holidays
Monday to Friday
Night shift
On call
Overtime
Weekends

Typical start time: 7AM
Typical end time: 7PM

Benefits:
401(k)
Dental insurance
Disability insurance
Flexible schedule
Health insurance
Life insurance
Paid time off
Parental leave
Retirement plan
Vision insurance

Benefit Conditions: Only full-time employees eligible

Detention Officer / Jailer Job Description:

  • Detention Officers, are responsible for the safety, security and well-being of the inmates that are incarcerated in the Osage County Detention Center.
  • Detention Officers have the responsibility of enforcing the regulations of the jail, maintaining the peace in the jail, in and out processing, administering medications, and general security of the facility.
  • Detention Officers will complete a daily report of their activities.
  • Other functions of Detention Officers are designated by the Detention Lieutenant, Detention Sergeant, Sheriff, or the Sheriff’s Captain.
  • The Detention Officer reports directly to the Detention Corporal/Sergeant.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Processing Inmates into the detention center, booking, mugshots, fingerprinting, DNA testing, inmate property inventory and oversight of facility rules/regulations.
  • Direct supervision of inmates while maintaining jail security, random physical well-being checks, serve three meals daily, pass prescribed medications, provide recreation, visitation and hygiene items.
  • Preparation and maintenance of various inmate records, inspection of inmate mail, monitoring of inmate phone calls.

Supervising inmates can be a difficult task. You will encounter subjects under the influence (Drugs and/or Alcohol), subjects with unpleasant moods, and subjects who require immediate medical attention. You must be able to handle this potentially stressful environment.

Minimum Requirements:

At least 19 years old, valid drivers license, high school diploma / GED, detailed background check, criminal history check, motor vehicle check and drug screen. 180 day probationary period (experience dependent).

How to Apply

An application must be completed and returned for consideration. Applications can be obtained at osagesheriff.org. We can also email a digital version upon request. Background checks are mandatory. After application submission, please feel free to contact the office to check your status. Phone: (Jail) 573-897-5750, (Sheriff’s Office) 573-897-3927, Fax: 573-897-4383.

Company’s website: http://osagesheriff.org/

COVID-19 Precaution(s):
Temperature screenings
Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place

CORRECTIONAL OFFICER & DEPUTY SHERIFF

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is seeking applications for two positions – a correctional officer and a deputy sheriff.

CORRECTIONAL OFFICER

The correctional officer will be responsible for enforcing rules and regulations in prisons and jails to prevent any disturbances and effectively determine the best course of action with inmates.

DEPUTY SHERIFF – PATROL

No experience is needed to perform the duties for this position, however one year of law enforcement experience is desired. The equivalent combination of training and experience will be considered.

HOW TO APPLY

APPLY HERE or send a resume to lcso_apps@lcsomo.com

DETENTION DEPUTY – NON-SWORN​

The Buchanan County Sheriff’s Office is seeking applications for Detention Deputy.

Responsibilities: Care, Custody, and Control of Inmates Security Observation of Inmates Documentation of inmate transfers, incidents, information, and rule violations Inmate transportation and security duty Firearm and Taser certification

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent 21 years of age or older — preferred Possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment No felony convictions — must pass background Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy

Salary and Benefits: Salary is $29,400/year — after probation $32,000 Health Insurance Provided 13 Paid Holidays 20 days PTO LAGERS Retirement Provided CERF Retirement Provided — Contributory 457 Deferred Compensation Matching Uniforms and Equipment Provided Promotional Potential: POST Academy Sponsorship with Contract

APPLY HERE

DEPUTY SHERIFF
The Buchanan County Sheriff’s Office is seeking applications for Deputy Sheriff for
Patrol and SRO Deputies. First review of applications 05-05-2021
Applicants should be currently MO POST certified peace officers.

Responsibilities:
• Maintain law and order
• Responding to citizen complaints and calls for service
• Documenting and writing reports on law violations
• Service of civil process
• General overall law enforcement in the County

Qualifications:
• High school diploma or equivalent
• Possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment
• Pass medical examination and a pre-employment drug screen prior to
appointment
• Possess a valid Missouri POST License
• Applicants must be able to meet the strenuous physical demands of law
enforcement activities
• No felony convictions – must pass background
• Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS
Security policy.

Salary and Benefits:
• Starting salary is 37,250/year with DSSSF – $42,170 after probation
• Health Insurance Provided – Family purchase option
• 13 Paid Holidays
• 20 PTO Days Starting
• LAGERS L6 2% Retirement Provided
• CERF Retirement Provided – Contributory
• 457 Deferred Compensation Matching
• Uniforms and Equipment Provided

APPLY HERE

The Cass County Sheriff’s Office has opened its hiring process for five different positions:

Communications Officer
Victims Advocate
Clerk
Criminal Analyst
IT Technician
 
Additional information and application process can be found on our website at: http://cassmosheriff.org/employment/

ENTRY LEVEL POLICE OFFICER

Qualifications: Must be at least 21 years of age, High School Diploma or GED (with College education preferred), height in proportion to weight, vision correctable to 20/20 in each eye, normal hearing in each ear without hearing aid, pass written and physical agility tests and be of good character, (background investigation). Missouri Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Commission Pre-Certification is required prior to appointment.

Duties: Uniform patrol, traffic enforcement, community oriented policing, and other duties as assigned.

Benefits: Benefits include health, dental vision, retirement, vacation, overtime, holidays and sick days paid by the City of Marshall. The Police Department supplies uniforms, leather gear, and bullet resistant vests.

Salary: Starting salary is $39,374.42 (annually) with normal increases to $42,349.00, for second class officer within 6 months and $44,179.00 within one year of hire with promotion to first class officer.

To Apply: Applications are received on a continuous basis. Applications may be picked up or requested by writing to the Marshall Police Department, 461 W. Arrow, Marshall, MO 65340, by calling (660) 886-7411, or by e-mail Vance@marshallpolice.com. If requesting application by mail, please send a resume with the request.

The City of Marshall is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate as to race, creed or sex.

DEPUTY SHERIFF TRAINEE

Responsibilities: This is an entry-level position. Applicants for this position are required to attend an applicable law enforcement training academy to gain POST approved peace officer licensure. This position is eligible for promotion to Deputy Sheriff upon successful completion of a POST academy. Applicants who do not successfully complete academy training may be released from employment. Applicants for the Deputy Sheriff Trainee position must successfully complete all phases of the selection process. If successful, the applicant will be registered by the Boone County Sheriff’s Department with an approved academy, for classes beginning January 2021 or later, after signing a contractual agreement. Applicants who take it upon themselves to register with an academy before being selected for scholarship funds will be responsible for all costs associated with the academy.

Status:  Full-time, non-exempt, benefited

Working hours:  Work hours will be dictated by academy course of instruction, but may include days, evenings, weekends and holidays.

Location: Columbia, Missouri

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DEPUTY SHERIFF

Responsibilities: Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, an​​d overall general law enforcement in the County.

Status:  Full-time, non-exempt, benefited

Working hours:  Evenings, nights, weekends

Location: Columbia, Missouri

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DETENTION OFFICER

Responsibilities: While working primarily inside the Boone County Jail and interacting in a face-to-face manner with detainees, the employee assists in maintaining facility security and ensures the safety of staff, detainees, and the public by directing and controlling detainee movement inside and outside the facility as needed, enforcing facility regulations, monitoring and documenting detainee activities, overseeing the intake and release processes, managing visitations, logging and preparing various detainee records, transporting inmates as needed, and performing other essential duties related to the efficient operation of the facility.
 
Status:  Full-time, non-exempt, benefited
 
Working hours:  6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. AND 6:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. Must be able to work either shift at the department’s discretion.
 
Location: Columbia, Missouri
 

CONTROL ROOM OFFICER
DETENTION

Responsibilities:

 While working inside the Boone County Jail, the employee will assist in ensuring the safety and security of the facility, observe and document detainee movement and/or events, electronically operate doors, communicate with detainees, observe staff movement and interactions with detainees, and communicate with staff and the public through a variety of methods. Regular duties do not include unprotected face-to-face contact with detainees (i.e., interaction will be through secure windows, intercoms, kiosks, or other protective barriers).


Status:
 Full-time, non-exempt, benefited

Working hours:
 6am – 6pm AND 6pm – 6am. Must be able to work either shift

Location:​​
 Columbia, Missouri

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The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office is seeking Corrections Officers.

Selection Requirements:

  • U.S. Citizen
  • 18 years of age
  • Have a valid Missouri Driver’s License
  • High School diploma or GED equivalent
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation
  • Pass pre-employment Drug Screen

Salary and Benefits

Non-commissioned Corrections Officers starting salary is $29,000 for day shift and $30,000 for night shift.

Commissioned Corrections Officer starting salary is $31,000 for day shift and $32,000 for night shift.

Employees are eligible for 13 paid holidays, (vacation time and sick leave, after one year of employment), two different retirement plans, and are able to apply for the Police Academy sponsorship program. All needed equipment and uniforms will be supplied to officers. Paid health insurance, Dental and vision is offered but paid by the employee. The applicant must have the ability to work a twelve-hour shift.

Job Description –

  • Maintaining safety and security throughout the facility.
  • Controlling inmate movement through the operations of the security electronic system by escorting inmates through the facility, opening security doors, monitoring inmate activity/movement directly or indirectly or through security cameras.
  • Communicating with inmates through the intercom on the security electronics system or face to face.
  • Processing inmates in and out of the facility.
  • Passing inmate uniforms, meals, canteen items, indigent supplies and library books.

Interested individuals can obtain an application by visiting www.audrainsheriff.com and going to the employment tab or by picking up an application in our lobby at 1100 Littleby Road in Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri. 65265.

The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

This is a full time position. Applicant must be willing to work days or nights, weekends and holidays.

If you have any questions in regard to the position, or the hiring process in general, please feel free to contact Captain Tim Tanner, at 573-975-4063 or email ttanner@audrainsheriff.org

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 20, 2021

The Wright County Sheriff’s Office has openings for one cook and four jailers for our soon-to-open Wright County Detention Center.

SALARY

Starting salary is $11.00/hour with insurance and retirement benefits.

  • Nights and weekends are required for jailers.
  • Jailers are on a two-two-three schedule.

You may apply at Wright County Sheriff’s Office at 125 Courthouse Square, Hartville.

Call 417-741-7575 for more information.

POSTED APRIL 16, 2021

A vacancy currently exists for an agent within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control’s liquor enforcement section. The position works out of the St. Louis District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 3 and/or the eastern half of District 4 (see https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

LOCATION:

St. Louis District Office
South Service Center
7545 S. Lindbergh, Suite 150
St. Louis, MO 63125

SALARY:

$43,140.52 Annual Salary

BENEFITS:
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefit package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 50% office work and 50% field work. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities witH local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

  • Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri for a minimum of three (3) years immediately prior to hiring;
  • Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
  • Be proficient in the English language;
  • Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
  • Missouri POST class A license;
  • Possess ordinary physical strength;
  • Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
  • College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
  • Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
  • Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and online through the MO Careers website can be accessed via https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html . This position is open until filled.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the St. Louis district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes. Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

POSTED APRIL 14, 2021

The Charles County Sheriff’s Office has openings for fulltime deputy bailiff / deputy field service positions.

Testing Information

* Please review and print Testing Information document listed above*

These are full-time, 40-hour week positions including a full range of paid benefits consisting of Paid Time Off, Extended Medical Leave, holidays, tuition reimbursement and employee health, dental, life, disability and retirement programs.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Deputy Bailiff: Pay Grade 206; Starting Salary $45,608.93 per year
Ensures the safety and security of the court judge, court officers, the general public and prisoners. Ensures that all jurors, judge(s), attorneys and defendants are in the courtroom at trial time. Takes convicted criminals into custody and transports them to a holding cell awaiting transfer to the detention center and ensures their safety.

Deputy Field Service: Pay Grade 208; Starting Salary $52,706.82 per year
Enforces and serves court orders/documents, arrest and safely transport prisoners and provides courtroom security. Prepares and files a lawful and timely return of service to the appropriate court of authority on all documents served, as set forth above. Testifies concerning such service as necessary. Plans and implements prisoner transport to/from; county jail, state/federal prisons, courthouse, and internal courthouse transports to/from holding cells and courtrooms. Plans and implements prisoner transport from and to other jurisdictions and facilities.

REQUIREMENTS: Must be Class A certified under Missouri Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) according to RSMO 590 prior to appointment (or those enrolled in an academy may apply if their graduation date is before August 24th, 2021). Must have a valid Driver’s License, satisfactory driving record and be free from (and have no pending) felony convictions, or misdemeanor convictions related to domestic violence. High school graduation or equivalent required. Associate degree in Criminal Justice or related field preferred. Requires courteous, effective oral and written communication skills sometimes under adverse conditions. Considerable skill in the operation of law enforcement equipment including firearms. Considerable knowledge of federal, state, and local laws as they pertain to law enforcement.

EXAMINATION COMPONENTS: Written examination, Physical Agility testing, structured oral interview, drug screen, background investigation, and psychological evaluation (waived for current County employees who have previously taken this exam within the past 5 years). All applicants meeting minimum requirements will take a written examination. The written test score will be tabulated, and the physical agility will be evaluated. The oral examination score will then be added to determine the applicants’ final rating. This final rating will determine the applicants standing on the eligibility list.

ELIGIBILITY LISTS: Candidates must pass all examinations and meet all qualifications to be added to the eligibility list. Each eligibility will be good for one year unless the qualifications or examination procedures are changed. Vacancies occurring within 120 calendar days following the date on which names are added to the eligible list may not be posted. Applicants with highest combined rankings on the examination components will be considered first. Candidates placed on the list who, later, as a result of the background investigation are found to have employment or character histories which are incompatible with the high standards expected of County deputies may, following notification to the candidate, be removed from the eligibility list.

TO APPLY: All applications must be submitted only through our Self-Service Website at https://hr.sccmo.org/mss/employmentopportunities/default.aspx. We do not accept faxed, e-mailed or print applications.

*To assure consideration, all applications must be submitted, and registration for testing
must be completed, by 5:00 PM, Friday, April 23rd, 2021.

*Call Human Resources at 636-949-7320 to register for required testing.*

* Please refer to the Sheriff Posting Letter for important details regarding the process.*

St. Charles County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the County will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. St. Charles County is a drug and alcohol-free workplace. A pre-employment drug screen is required for all positions.

SALARY RANGE: $45,608.93-$52,706.82

POSTED APRIL 13, 2021

The St. Charles County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a part-time court security aide.

Starting Salary: $16.35 per hour.

This is a part-time position working 22-24 hours per week.

JOB DESCRIPTION: 

The purpose of this position is to provide armed security for the courthouse, Juvenile Justice Center and municipal court and to assist the public as needed. The work is performed under the supervision of Sergeant-Court Services.
• Operates security screening devices such as x-ray machines, hand-held metal detectors and walk through detectors to detect contraband or weapons. Identifies and seizes contraband. Alerts deputies regarding contraband or dangerous situations.

• Monitors and is alert to suspicious activities, odors, noise, and/ or behavior.

• Maintains knowledge of who is allowed access to which areas of the courthouse. Monitors court facilities for unauthorized entry, conducts regular inspections of stairwells, restrooms and other public areas. Checks identification at employee entry.

• Conducts external foot patrols of court facilities.

• Provides assistance and direction to the general public.

• Assists deputy sheriffs when necessary or as directed.

• Intervenes in altercations and separates arguing parties.

• Monitors panic alarm systems, closed circuit TV, door access and other security systems and follows appropriate procedures.

• Maintains confidentiality of records, conversations and documents.

• Maintains knowledge of altercation/argument intervention techniques and courthouse security.

• Monitors prisoners in holding cells.

• Assists deputy sheriffs when escorting and/or transporting prisoners.

• Monitors radio traffic.

• Answers telephone, takes and relays messages. Receives deliveries.

• Prepares reports.

• Directs courthouse visitors.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Education
• General/Technical high school diploma or GED equivalent
• Certifications
• St. Charles County Security License is required to be completed after hire
• Experience
• 1-3 years of experience
• Law enforcement or security experience.
• Knowledge, skills, and abilities
• Requires completion of departmental training with chemical weapons, asp, pressure point control techniques and basic handgun course and perform annual training and qualifications as required.
• Employment is contingent on successfully completing a full criminal background check and psychological exam.

TO APPLY: All applications must be submitted only through our Self-Service Website at https://hr.sccmo.org/mss/employmentopportunities/default.aspx. We do not accept faxed, e-mailed or print applications.

*To assure consideration, applications must be submitted by April 19th, 2021 *

St. Charles County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the County will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. St. Charles County is a drug and alcohol-free workplace. A pre-employment drug screen is required for all positions.

POSTED APRIL 13, 2021

The Jasper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a Patrol Deputy.

Selection Requirements:

  • U.S. Citizen
  • 21 yrs of age, and must be a class “A” POST Certified Peace Officer
  • Meet vision and hearing standards
  • Meet JCSO standards concerning tattoos/grooming policy
  • Have a valid Missouri Driver’s License
  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Be able to pass a thorough reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam.
  • A psychological evaluation
  • Tests administered may consist of written, practical skills, physical agility, oral interview, typing, or any other form which allows the candidate to demonstrate his/her suitability for the position being filled.

“Lateral Pay Compensation” is available for qualifying law enforcement experience.

The Jasper County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

For questions please contact Sgt. Tim Williams at 358-8177 ext. 1223. An on-line printable application is available through our department web page, www.jaspercountysheriff.org.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 13, 2021

The Jasper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking Detention Officers.

Selection Requirements:

  • U.S. Citizen
  • 18 yrs of age
  • Meet vision standards
  • Meet hearing standards
  • Meet JCSO grooming standards
  • Have a valid Missouri Driver’s License
  • High School diploma or GED equivalent
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which will include a lie detector test.
  • A brief psychological evaluation questionnaire (Personality Evaluation Profile)
  • Tests administered may consist of written, typing, oral interview, drug screen and a physical.

Non-commissioned officers start out at $14.05 an hour. Fulltime employees are eligible for 16 paid holidays, vacation time, sick leave, two different retirement plans, and are able to apply for the Police Academy scholarship program. All needed equipment and uniforms will be supplied to officers.

We also offer a scholarship program for the police academy, and a tuition payback from the police academy.

The testing process is by invitation only. Interested individuals can obtain an application by visiting www.jaspercountysheriff.org/ and go to the employment tab. The Jasper County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

If you have any questions in regards to the position, or the hiring process in general, please feel free to contact Sgt. Tim Williams, at 358-8177, ext. 1223.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 13, 2021

The Christian County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Corrections Officer. We are looking for community-oriented individuals that are motivated, professional, and courteous. The correctional officer is primarily responsible for providing the safety, security, supervision and care of all inmates in custody of the detention facility. Officers will monitor the activity of all visitors and employees on the premises to ensure the safety and welfare of everyone is adequately maintained.

Education:

  • High School Diploma Required
  • May, but not required to possess a Basic Law Enforcement Certification from an accredited law enforcement academy in the State of Missouri, or the ability to satisfy the State of Missouri Peace Officer Standards to obtain the certification.

Special Requirements:

Corrections Officers supervise inmates from diverse backgrounds and groups. They must:

  • Have the ability to think and act quickly in medical, fire and other emergency situations;
  • Be able to learn, understand and interpret laws and regulations as they relate directly to the detention function;
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
  • Establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the course of work; and
  • Learn, demonstrate and apply various self-defense techniques.

In addition, corrections officers:

  • Must be available to work irregular hours.
  • Must be able to pass an extensive background investigation and drug screen (and will be subject to random drug testing).

Apply online at https://mo-christiancounty.civicplushrms.com/careers/ or in person at the Christian County Resource Building,1106 W Jackson St, Ozark, MO 65721, Monday- Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30pm.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

Greene County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Deputy/ Detention Officer Position

• Annual Salary with paid holidays starting at $41,976

• Employer paid health insurance and retirement (CERF and LAGERS)

• 208 hours annual leave

• Assigned take home cars

• Uniforms/ duty gear provided

To apply visit:

https://mo-greenecounty.civicplushrms.com/Application/Login.aspx?enc=II8PKV3ZEvrrPmtUlUEOWHbCrAHlwVX7V7vINuJKGsMRJZDGwN0bEGUgc5v3ZkFy

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Pettis County Jail is currently hiring corrections officers.

Starting pay is $15.16 per hour, increasing to $15.80 after a six-month probationary period.

Our primary retirement system is the Missouri Local Government Employees System (LAGERS) and we also participate in the County Employees Retirement System (CERF). 

We have employer paid health insurance and one week of vacation after the first year.  Pettis County has thirteen paid holidays with two additional “personal days.”  Pettis County also has paid sick time.

Go to www.pettiscomo.com/careers to fill out an application.

Further information can be obtained at 660-827-0056 or at connorw@pettiscomo.com.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Ste. Genevieve County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a Licensed Practical Nurse to join our medical team within our Detention Center. You will be responsible for delivering high quality care to those detained.

Why Work Here? We offer competitive pay with benefits!

Salary is $47,258 to $49,462 annually

401K, Dental, Life, Medical, Vision

Responsibilities:

  • Care for ill, injured, or convalescing patients
  • Provide basic patient care and treatment
  • Collaborate with our contracted doctor to administer prescribed medications
  • Educate and update patients on medical treatments

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in nursing or other medical fields
  • Compassionate and caring demeanor
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Please send resume and application to major@sgcso.com

An application can be found in the following link. https://www.sgcso.com/page.php?id=8

If you have any questions, please call Major Jason Schott, 573-883-5820, ext.18502

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Reynolds County Sheriffs Office is accepting applications for a full time deputy sheriff. Starting salary is $31,200 a year with insurance. For more information contact the Reynolds County Sheriffs Office at (573)648-2491 or email dhorn@reynoldscounty-mo.gov

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Sheriff’s Office is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Jail Deputy and Civilian Corrections Officer.

Applicants must:

  • Be at least 21 for Jail Deputy and 18 years of age for civilian Corrections Officer at the time of employment,
  • Possess a high school diploma or equivalent,
  • Be a US citizen, a resident of the State of Missouri, and
  • Must not have any felony record or convictions of any crime involving moral turpitude.
  • Jail Deputies must be POST certified.

Jail Deputies & Corrections Officers currently work 12-hour shifts and include both day and night shifts.

Benefits package will fall under the guidelines of benefits offered by Cape Girardeau County to include: paid holidays, vacation, sick time, employee health insurance, two retirement programs and uniform allowance.

  • Starting pay for Corrections Officers is 14.00 an hour.
  • Starting pay for Jail Deputy’s is 16.35 an hour.

Applications are available online at www.capecountysheriff.org (go to employment tab and scroll to the bottom of page) and can also be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office. Only applications completed in entirety will be considered.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

Currently the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the following positions:

Detention Officer
Deputy Sheriff

  • Requirement for Callaway County Deputies: Applicants must be 21 years of age with a high school diploma or equivalent with a valid post certification. Applicants must be able to type 25 words per minute and be able to pass background checks including drug testing.  Applications must be willing to work any shift including weekends and must be willing to locate to Callaway County.
  • New! Starting pay for this position is $41,200 / year.
  • Requirement for Callaway County Detention Officer: Must be 19 years of age with high school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent. Must be able to type 25 words per minute. Must be able to pass a background check.  Candidate must be willing to work any shift including weekends.  Starting pay for this position is $29,500 / year, with higher starting pay for commissioned officers.

Apply online .

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff.

The successful applicant must possess a proper/valid Missouri P.O.S.T. license, Missouri driver’s license, typing/computer skills, excellent communications ability, able to handle stressful situations and multiple tasks, open to work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays.

The position requires on the job training, use of force and handling of firearms, dealing with aggressive and violent people, attending certified class instruction, and much more.

The application process may require an oral interview(s), written test, psychological exam, physical, drug screen, high school diploma or equivalent, and background investigation.

Livingston County provides:

  • Equipment
  • 100% funding for L.A.G.E.R.S. retirement,
  • 100% Health and Bridge
  • Insurance for full time employees,
  • $500 Healthcare Assistance Plan,
  • Life insurance and
  • Livingston County contributes to C.E.R.F. retirement.

Current 2020 annual base salary for full time deputy is $36,099 (or $17.35per hour) plus up to 13 paid holidays (additional $2,255 dollars = $38,354), plus overtime pay or comp time as permitted by budget.  This deputy position may also receive additional salary supplement dependent on this office being eligible for and receiving DSSSF Grant contract through June 30, 2021 of $100 per month.

Applications may be downloaded from the “Employment Information” page at www.livcoso.org or obtained from the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, 901 Webster Street, Chillicothe, MO 64601. For additional information, email scox@livcoso.org or sthomas@livcoso.org or call 660-646-0515.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

• Starting pay $35,360.00 year
• CERF retirement with portion matched by county
• 13 paid holidays
• Paid Health and Life insurance
• 80hours paid vacation after 1 year
• 8 hours sick time per month
• Paid gym membership
• Take home car for those who live within the county
• Academy tuition reimbursement for qualified applicants
• Top of line equipment provided
• All required training provided
• Opportunity in multiple divisions within department
We believe in “Service to Our Communty”. We are seeking applicants who want to be part of a community that has a strong support for law enforcement. We are seeking applicants who want to work where they can see first hand the positive difference that you make in a community.
Applications can be picked up in person at 6 West Fort Scott Butler Missouri 64730 or downloaded from our website at www.batescountysheriff.com. Applications can be emailed to Captain Justin Corbin at jcorbin@batescountysheriff.com

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POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office offers a wide range of experiences and opportunities to any individual looking to join law enforcement. Deputies at the Sheriff’s Office get to be a part of a growing, progressive and proactive law enforcement community in one of the largest counties in Missouri.

The entry-level position of Road Deputy is unique in that it gives the officer the exciting and satisfying opportunity to work a case not only from the initial response to the call, but also through his or her own investigation and follow-up. Successful applicants will be driven, motivated individuals who work well both autonomously and as a team.

To apply, one must be 21 years of age with a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid POST certification. Applicants must be able to type 30 words per minute and pass a background check, CVSA, initial and secondary interview, and drug testing.

Benefits:
• $41,200 annually ($19.81/hour)
• Paid health insurance
• Paid vacation and sick leave
• Take home patrol vehicle • Department issued MDT
• Gear and uniforms provided • Competitive retirement package (CERF and LAGERS)

*** Note – You must apply online using the link below ***

https://www.cognitoforms.com/CallawayCountySheriffsOffice/employmentapplication

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POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office is seeking Corrections Officers.

Selection Requirements:

  • U.S. Citizen
  • 18 years of age
  • Have a valid Missouri Driver’s License
  • High School diploma or GED equivalent
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation
  • Pass pre-employment Drug Screen

Salary and Benefits

Non-commissioned Corrections Officers starting salary is $29,000 for day shift and $30,000 for night shift.

Commissioned Corrections Officer starting salary is $31,000 for day shift and $32,000 for night shift.

Employees are eligible for 13 paid holidays, (vacation time and sick leave, after one year of employment), two different retirement plans, and are able to apply for the Police Academy sponsorship program. All needed equipment and uniforms will be supplied to officers. Paid health insurance, Dental and vision is offered but paid by the employee. The applicant must have the ability to work a twelve-hour shift.

Job Description –

  • Maintaining safety and security throughout the facility.
  • Controlling inmate movement through the operations of the security electronic system by escorting inmates through the facility, opening security doors, monitoring inmate activity/movement directly or indirectly or through security cameras.
  • Communicating with inmates through the intercom on the security electronics system or face to face.
  • Processing inmates in and out of the facility.
  • Passing inmate uniforms, meals, canteen items, indigent supplies and library books.

Interested individuals can obtain an application by visiting www.audrainsheriff.com and going to the employment tab or by picking up an application in our lobby at 1100 Littleby Road in Mexico, Audrain County, Missouri. 65265.

The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

This is a full time position. Applicant must be willing to work days or nights, weekends and holidays.

If you have any questions in regard to the position, or the hiring process in general, please feel free to contact Captain Tim Tanner, at 573-975-4063 or email ttanner@audrainsheriff.org

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 20, 2021

The Wright County Sheriff’s Office has openings for one cook and four jailers for our soon-to-open Wright County Detention Center.

SALARY

Starting salary is $11.00/hour with insurance and retirement benefits.

  • Nights and weekends are required for jailers.
  • Jailers are on a two-two-three schedule.

You may apply at Wright County Sheriff’s Office at 125 Courthouse Square, Hartville.

Call 417-741-7575 for more information.

POSTED APRIL 16, 2021

A vacancy currently exists for an agent within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control’s liquor enforcement section. The position works out of the St. Louis District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 3 and/or the eastern half of District 4 (see https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

LOCATION:

St. Louis District Office
South Service Center
7545 S. Lindbergh, Suite 150
St. Louis, MO 63125

SALARY:

$43,140.52 Annual Salary

BENEFITS:
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefit package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 50% office work and 50% field work. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities witH local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

  • Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri for a minimum of three (3) years immediately prior to hiring;
  • Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
  • Be proficient in the English language;
  • Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
  • Missouri POST class A license;
  • Possess ordinary physical strength;
  • Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
  • College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
  • Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
  • Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and online through the MO Careers website can be accessed via https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html . This position is open until filled.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the St. Louis district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes. Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

POSTED APRIL 14, 2021

The Charles County Sheriff’s Office has openings for fulltime deputy bailiff / deputy field service positions.

Testing Information

* Please review and print Testing Information document listed above*

These are full-time, 40-hour week positions including a full range of paid benefits consisting of Paid Time Off, Extended Medical Leave, holidays, tuition reimbursement and employee health, dental, life, disability and retirement programs.

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Deputy Bailiff: Pay Grade 206; Starting Salary $45,608.93 per year
Ensures the safety and security of the court judge, court officers, the general public and prisoners. Ensures that all jurors, judge(s), attorneys and defendants are in the courtroom at trial time. Takes convicted criminals into custody and transports them to a holding cell awaiting transfer to the detention center and ensures their safety.

Deputy Field Service: Pay Grade 208; Starting Salary $52,706.82 per year
Enforces and serves court orders/documents, arrest and safely transport prisoners and provides courtroom security. Prepares and files a lawful and timely return of service to the appropriate court of authority on all documents served, as set forth above. Testifies concerning such service as necessary. Plans and implements prisoner transport to/from; county jail, state/federal prisons, courthouse, and internal courthouse transports to/from holding cells and courtrooms. Plans and implements prisoner transport from and to other jurisdictions and facilities.

REQUIREMENTS: Must be Class A certified under Missouri Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) according to RSMO 590 prior to appointment (or those enrolled in an academy may apply if their graduation date is before August 24th, 2021). Must have a valid Driver’s License, satisfactory driving record and be free from (and have no pending) felony convictions, or misdemeanor convictions related to domestic violence. High school graduation or equivalent required. Associate degree in Criminal Justice or related field preferred. Requires courteous, effective oral and written communication skills sometimes under adverse conditions. Considerable skill in the operation of law enforcement equipment including firearms. Considerable knowledge of federal, state, and local laws as they pertain to law enforcement.

EXAMINATION COMPONENTS: Written examination, Physical Agility testing, structured oral interview, drug screen, background investigation, and psychological evaluation (waived for current County employees who have previously taken this exam within the past 5 years). All applicants meeting minimum requirements will take a written examination. The written test score will be tabulated, and the physical agility will be evaluated. The oral examination score will then be added to determine the applicants’ final rating. This final rating will determine the applicants standing on the eligibility list.

ELIGIBILITY LISTS: Candidates must pass all examinations and meet all qualifications to be added to the eligibility list. Each eligibility will be good for one year unless the qualifications or examination procedures are changed. Vacancies occurring within 120 calendar days following the date on which names are added to the eligible list may not be posted. Applicants with highest combined rankings on the examination components will be considered first. Candidates placed on the list who, later, as a result of the background investigation are found to have employment or character histories which are incompatible with the high standards expected of County deputies may, following notification to the candidate, be removed from the eligibility list.

TO APPLY: All applications must be submitted only through our Self-Service Website at https://hr.sccmo.org/mss/employmentopportunities/default.aspx. We do not accept faxed, e-mailed or print applications.

*To assure consideration, all applications must be submitted, and registration for testing
must be completed, by 5:00 PM, Friday, April 23rd, 2021.

*Call Human Resources at 636-949-7320 to register for required testing.*

* Please refer to the Sheriff Posting Letter for important details regarding the process.*

St. Charles County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the County will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. St. Charles County is a drug and alcohol-free workplace. A pre-employment drug screen is required for all positions.

SALARY RANGE: $45,608.93-$52,706.82

POSTED APRIL 13, 2021

The St. Charles County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a part-time court security aide.

Starting Salary: $16.35 per hour.

This is a part-time position working 22-24 hours per week.

JOB DESCRIPTION: 

The purpose of this position is to provide armed security for the courthouse, Juvenile Justice Center and municipal court and to assist the public as needed. The work is performed under the supervision of Sergeant-Court Services.
• Operates security screening devices such as x-ray machines, hand-held metal detectors and walk through detectors to detect contraband or weapons. Identifies and seizes contraband. Alerts deputies regarding contraband or dangerous situations.

• Monitors and is alert to suspicious activities, odors, noise, and/ or behavior.

• Maintains knowledge of who is allowed access to which areas of the courthouse. Monitors court facilities for unauthorized entry, conducts regular inspections of stairwells, restrooms and other public areas. Checks identification at employee entry.

• Conducts external foot patrols of court facilities.

• Provides assistance and direction to the general public.

• Assists deputy sheriffs when necessary or as directed.

• Intervenes in altercations and separates arguing parties.

• Monitors panic alarm systems, closed circuit TV, door access and other security systems and follows appropriate procedures.

• Maintains confidentiality of records, conversations and documents.

• Maintains knowledge of altercation/argument intervention techniques and courthouse security.

• Monitors prisoners in holding cells.

• Assists deputy sheriffs when escorting and/or transporting prisoners.

• Monitors radio traffic.

• Answers telephone, takes and relays messages. Receives deliveries.

• Prepares reports.

• Directs courthouse visitors.

REQUIREMENTS:
• Education
• General/Technical high school diploma or GED equivalent
• Certifications
• St. Charles County Security License is required to be completed after hire
• Experience
• 1-3 years of experience
• Law enforcement or security experience.
• Knowledge, skills, and abilities
• Requires completion of departmental training with chemical weapons, asp, pressure point control techniques and basic handgun course and perform annual training and qualifications as required.
• Employment is contingent on successfully completing a full criminal background check and psychological exam.

TO APPLY: All applications must be submitted only through our Self-Service Website at https://hr.sccmo.org/mss/employmentopportunities/default.aspx. We do not accept faxed, e-mailed or print applications.

*To assure consideration, applications must be submitted by April 19th, 2021 *

St. Charles County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the County will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. St. Charles County is a drug and alcohol-free workplace. A pre-employment drug screen is required for all positions.

POSTED APRIL 13, 2021

The Christian County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Corrections Officer. We are looking for community-oriented individuals that are motivated, professional, and courteous. The correctional officer is primarily responsible for providing the safety, security, supervision and care of all inmates in custody of the detention facility. Officers will monitor the activity of all visitors and employees on the premises to ensure the safety and welfare of everyone is adequately maintained.

Education:

  • High School Diploma Required
  • May, but not required to possess a Basic Law Enforcement Certification from an accredited law enforcement academy in the State of Missouri, or the ability to satisfy the State of Missouri Peace Officer Standards to obtain the certification.

Special Requirements:

Corrections Officers supervise inmates from diverse backgrounds and groups. They must:

  • Have the ability to think and act quickly in medical, fire and other emergency situations;
  • Be able to learn, understand and interpret laws and regulations as they relate directly to the detention function;
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
  • Establish and maintain effective work relationships with those contacted in the course of work; and
  • Learn, demonstrate and apply various self-defense techniques.

In addition, corrections officers:

  • Must be available to work irregular hours.
  • Must be able to pass an extensive background investigation and drug screen (and will be subject to random drug testing).

Apply online at https://mo-christiancounty.civicplushrms.com/careers/ or in person at the Christian County Resource Building,1106 W Jackson St, Ozark, MO 65721, Monday- Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30pm.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

Greene County Sheriff’s Office Patrol Deputy/ Detention Officer Position

• Annual Salary with paid holidays starting at $41,976

• Employer paid health insurance and retirement (CERF and LAGERS)

• 208 hours annual leave

• Assigned take home cars

• Uniforms/ duty gear provided

To apply visit:

https://mo-greenecounty.civicplushrms.com/Application/Login.aspx?enc=II8PKV3ZEvrrPmtUlUEOWHbCrAHlwVX7V7vINuJKGsMRJZDGwN0bEGUgc5v3ZkFy

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Pettis County Jail is currently hiring corrections officers.

Starting pay is $15.16 per hour, increasing to $15.80 after a six-month probationary period.

Our primary retirement system is the Missouri Local Government Employees System (LAGERS) and we also participate in the County Employees Retirement System (CERF). 

We have employer paid health insurance and one week of vacation after the first year.  Pettis County has thirteen paid holidays with two additional “personal days.”  Pettis County also has paid sick time.

Go to www.pettiscomo.com/careers to fill out an application.

Further information can be obtained at 660-827-0056 or at connorw@pettiscomo.com.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Ste. Genevieve County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a Licensed Practical Nurse to join our medical team within our Detention Center. You will be responsible for delivering high quality care to those detained.

Why Work Here? We offer competitive pay with benefits!

Salary is $47,258 to $49,462 annually

401K, Dental, Life, Medical, Vision

Responsibilities:

  • Care for ill, injured, or convalescing patients
  • Provide basic patient care and treatment
  • Collaborate with our contracted doctor to administer prescribed medications
  • Educate and update patients on medical treatments

Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in nursing or other medical fields
  • Compassionate and caring demeanor
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Please send resume and application to major@sgcso.com

An application can be found in the following link. https://www.sgcso.com/page.php?id=8

If you have any questions, please call Major Jason Schott, 573-883-5820, ext.18502

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Reynolds County Sheriffs Office is accepting applications for a full time deputy sheriff. Starting salary is $31,200 a year with insurance. For more information contact the Reynolds County Sheriffs Office at (573)648-2491 or email dhorn@reynoldscounty-mo.gov

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Sheriff’s Office is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Jail Deputy and Civilian Corrections Officer.

Applicants must:

  • Be at least 21 for Jail Deputy and 18 years of age for civilian Corrections Officer at the time of employment,
  • Possess a high school diploma or equivalent,
  • Be a US citizen, a resident of the State of Missouri, and
  • Must not have any felony record or convictions of any crime involving moral turpitude.
  • Jail Deputies must be POST certified.

Jail Deputies & Corrections Officers currently work 12-hour shifts and include both day and night shifts.

Benefits package will fall under the guidelines of benefits offered by Cape Girardeau County to include: paid holidays, vacation, sick time, employee health insurance, two retirement programs and uniform allowance.

  • Starting pay for Corrections Officers is 14.00 an hour.
  • Starting pay for Jail Deputy’s is 16.35 an hour.

Applications are available online at www.capecountysheriff.org (go to employment tab and scroll to the bottom of page) and can also be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office. Only applications completed in entirety will be considered.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

Currently the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the following positions:

Detention Officer
Deputy Sheriff

  • Requirement for Callaway County Deputies: Applicants must be 21 years of age with a high school diploma or equivalent with a valid post certification. Applicants must be able to type 25 words per minute and be able to pass background checks including drug testing.  Applications must be willing to work any shift including weekends and must be willing to locate to Callaway County.
  • New! Starting pay for this position is $41,200 / year.
  • Requirement for Callaway County Detention Officer: Must be 19 years of age with high school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent. Must be able to type 25 words per minute. Must be able to pass a background check.  Candidate must be willing to work any shift including weekends.  Starting pay for this position is $29,500 / year, with higher starting pay for commissioned officers.

Apply online .

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff.

The successful applicant must possess a proper/valid Missouri P.O.S.T. license, Missouri driver’s license, typing/computer skills, excellent communications ability, able to handle stressful situations and multiple tasks, open to work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays.

The position requires on the job training, use of force and handling of firearms, dealing with aggressive and violent people, attending certified class instruction, and much more.

The application process may require an oral interview(s), written test, psychological exam, physical, drug screen, high school diploma or equivalent, and background investigation.

Livingston County provides:

  • Equipment
  • 100% funding for L.A.G.E.R.S. retirement,
  • 100% Health and Bridge
  • Insurance for full time employees,
  • $500 Healthcare Assistance Plan,
  • Life insurance and
  • Livingston County contributes to C.E.R.F. retirement.

Current 2020 annual base salary for full time deputy is $36,099 (or $17.35per hour) plus up to 13 paid holidays (additional $2,255 dollars = $38,354), plus overtime pay or comp time as permitted by budget.  This deputy position may also receive additional salary supplement dependent on this office being eligible for and receiving DSSSF Grant contract through June 30, 2021 of $100 per month.

Applications may be downloaded from the “Employment Information” page at www.livcoso.org or obtained from the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office, 901 Webster Street, Chillicothe, MO 64601. For additional information, email scox@livcoso.org or sthomas@livcoso.org or call 660-646-0515.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

• Starting pay $35,360.00 year
• CERF retirement with portion matched by county
• 13 paid holidays
• Paid Health and Life insurance
• 80hours paid vacation after 1 year
• 8 hours sick time per month
• Paid gym membership
• Take home car for those who live within the county
• Academy tuition reimbursement for qualified applicants
• Top of line equipment provided
• All required training provided
• Opportunity in multiple divisions within department
We believe in “Service to Our Communty”. We are seeking applicants who want to be part of a community that has a strong support for law enforcement. We are seeking applicants who want to work where they can see first hand the positive difference that you make in a community.
Applications can be picked up in person at 6 West Fort Scott Butler Missouri 64730 or downloaded from our website at www.batescountysheriff.com. Applications can be emailed to Captain Justin Corbin at jcorbin@batescountysheriff.com

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POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office offers a wide range of experiences and opportunities to any individual looking to join law enforcement. Deputies at the Sheriff’s Office get to be a part of a growing, progressive and proactive law enforcement community in one of the largest counties in Missouri.

The entry-level position of Road Deputy is unique in that it gives the officer the exciting and satisfying opportunity to work a case not only from the initial response to the call, but also through his or her own investigation and follow-up. Successful applicants will be driven, motivated individuals who work well both autonomously and as a team.

To apply, one must be 21 years of age with a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid POST certification. Applicants must be able to type 30 words per minute and pass a background check, CVSA, initial and secondary interview, and drug testing.

Benefits:
• $41,200 annually ($19.81/hour)
• Paid health insurance
• Paid vacation and sick leave
• Take home patrol vehicle • Department issued MDT
• Gear and uniforms provided • Competitive retirement package (CERF and LAGERS)

*** Note – You must apply online using the link below ***

https://www.cognitoforms.com/CallawayCountySheriffsOffice/employmentapplication

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POSTED APRIL 12, 2021

Sign on Bonus for Full Time Police Officers

The City of California is accepting applications for full time and part time Police Officers. All applicants must be Peace Officer Standards and Training certified and possess a high school diploma or graduate equivalency degree.  

If you are selected for a full-time position, you will receive a $1000 bonus. Starting pay for Police Officers is $19 per hour with excellent benefits, including health, dental, vision and life insurance, sick pay, vacation and a 401K retirement plan. Hourly wages are paid bi-weekly along with any overtime that is worked.

Applications are available at the Police Department at City Hall, 500 South Oak, California, MO 65018 or on the city’s website at www.cityofcalifornia.net. Click on the employment tab. 

Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.

California is well known as, “Small Enough to Know You, but Big Enough to Serve You.” California is a small town with strong family values, great community spirit, and an award-winning school district, and churches of nearly every denomination. At the same time, California is located only 15 minutes from Jefferson City, the State’s Capitol, and about 45 minutes from Columbia.

Come join the California Police Department and be a part of an exciting new beginning as we help protect and serve the City of California.

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POSTED MARCH 22, 2021

Hickory County in Hermitage, Missouri is accepting applications for two full-time deputies.

Applicants must:

  • Meet post requirements,
  • Be 21 years of age,
  • Be able to pass a background investigation, drug screening
  • Possess a valid Missouri driver’s license and
  • Currently be POST certified.

Positions starting pay is $11.41 an hour, plus Deputy Supplemental Salary Grant.

Application forms are available at the Hickory County Sheriff’s Office at 18682 Jackson St., Hermitage, MO 65668, (417) 745-6415.  Applications accepted until positions are filled.

Hickory County is an equal opportunity employer.

POSTED MARCH 22, 2021