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Animal Control Officer,Patrol Deputy, School Resource Officer

Summity County Sheriff   Breckenridge, CO   Full-time     Other
Posted on May 29, 2022
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Patrol Deputy

The Summit County Sheriff's Office is seeking a qualified Patrol Deputy.

NATURE OF WORK: Under the general supervision of a Sergeant, or designee, performs general law enforcement work of average difficulty and responsibility in the preservation and protection of life and property, the prevention of crime, the maintenance of good public order, the enforcement of civil and criminal law, and other related duties as required by direction or assignment. The duties and responsibilities in this position include the pursuit, apprehension and arrest of law violators and suspected violators. All assignments involve responsibility for recognizing the social importance of the law enforcement function, and for conscientious and effective performance of duties without immediate supervision. Incumbent exercises judgment and individual initiative in the performance of routine duties and in emergency situations. Duties are generally performed on an assigned shift, but the deputy may be called upon to continue assigned duties or special work assignments on other shifts and/or at such times as directed to best fill the efficient and effective operations of the Sheriff's Office. Duties may be required to be performed in uniform or plain clothes. Work is reviewed through personal observation, inspections and by discussion and review of daily reports for adherence to prescribed methods and procedures. This position is subject to exemptions of the Summit County Government Human Resources Guidelines and Procedures as stated in Guideline A-1.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS/DUTIES: The incumbent in this position must be able to successfully perform the following essential job functions and duties: Develops and maintains knowledge of Summit County Sheriff's Office Policies and Procedures and the Summit County Human Resources Guidelines and Procedures; Participates in required training; and drives a vehicle to perform one or more essential functions. Patrols areas of Summit County to preserve public order and tranquility, and to prevent and/or discover the commission of crimes against persons, property or the State of Colorado; Provides law enforcement services and the statutory obligations of the Sheriff's Office; Enforces Summit County ordinances, the Colorado Revised Statues, and Federal statutes as authorized; Responds to calls for assistance, complaints, suspicious activity, domestic disputes, disruptive behavior and emergency situations; Takes charge of situations and takes whatever legal or persuasive actions are warranted; Makes arrests, issues summons and complaints and/or warnings and testifies in the prosecution of law violators; Conducts preliminary and/or detailed investigations of the commission of crime or law violations, and may be called to testify in civil proceedings; Protects the crime scene, gathers and preserves evidence and/or witnesses, takes and records statements, directs and coordinates activities on scene until relieved by a superior or designee; Assists detectives with investigations; Transports prisoners to jail, prepares incident and case reports and investigative information for court; Prepares arrest and search warrants as directed and completes other documentation as required or directed; Serves warrants, court orders, civil papers and other legal processes; Locates and arrests persons wanted on warrants or court orders; Enforces the traffic laws and arrests or issues summons and complaints to traffic law violators, reports unsafe road conditions, directs the flow of traffic when required, and investigates traffic accidents; Participates in search and rescue missions, responds to reports of wildfire; Participates in work involving juveniles, making preliminary and/or detailed investigation and follow-up, referring such cases as needed to the Office of the District Attorney; Assists in the training of personnel; Participates in Sheriff's Office recruitment and community relations activities as directed. Deputies may be selected for assignments that may entail duties collateral to, and in addition to, routine duties, to include but not limited to: canine handler, field training officer, school resource officer, SWAT member, instructor, or drug recognition expert. This position is subject to exemptions of the Summit County Government Human Resources Guidelines and Procedures as stated in Guideline A-

1. HIRING PROCESS: Initial application process Written Testing Oral Board Complete a Personal History Questionnaire Background Investigation Integrity Interview Psychological Testing Polygraph Examination Executive Interview Successful completion of the FTO program Qualified candidates who are selected to move forward into each phase will be informed by phone or email.

PAY RANGE: $72,800 - $102,254 DOQ. Summit County Sheriff's Office offers a 5 step pay scale, a $2,000 sign-on bonus, a wellness benefit, education reimbursement, and excellent benefits.

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School Resource Officer (SRO) - Technician

Summit County Sheriff's Office is seeking a well-qualified School Resource Officer (SRO) Technician (POST certified law enforcement officer). This position works within the Patrol Section, in the Operations Division.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: The SRO Technician will perform a variety of technical and administrative duties, including the enforcement of various Summit County regulations/ordinances and Colorado laws, with specific law enforcement focused within the elementary, intermediate and secondary schools located in unincorporated Summit County, Colorado. The SRO Technician must stay informed on all Summit School District procedures, as well as being aware of any legislation or laws affecting juveniles and be able to give information to school administration on the impact of that law or legislation. The SRO Technician has a diverse role within the school and has many duties and responsibilities. The SRO Technician works to improve safety and protection for students and staff while also serving as a resource, mentor, and educator. The SRO Technician does not serve as a disciplinary role, but is available to quickly respond in the event that a situation develops that requires law-enforcement or to aid a victim of a crime.

EXPECTATIONS OF CHOSEN CANDIDATE: The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented professional, skilled and competent in the application of the technical aspects of this role, problem solving, and providing superior customer support in response to internal and external requests and calls for service. The candidate will be highly detail-oriented and accurate in work product. The selected candidate will demonstrate a proven ability to quickly absorb and understand unfamiliar subject matter.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalent. Must be 21 years of age. Colorado POST certified with three years of law enforcement experience. Off any probationary period and not currently involved in any disciplinary action. Valid Colorado Driver's License at time of appointment and throughout employment. Must be able to pass a background check, psychological examination, polygraph examination and obtain a security clearance for work with Criminal Justice Records. External candidates proceeding in the process will be required to complete a Sheriff's Office Patrol Deputy Application.

NOTICE: All persons accepting a position with Summit County Government will be required to provide valid proof of COVID-19 vaccination, or qualify for a medical or religious exemption. Persons who have accepted a final job offer may work with Summit County's Human Resources Department on the process for requesting a religious or medical exemption. If you have questions regarding this statement, please contact HR directly at (970) 453-3450.

PAY RANGE: (ST80) $76,872 - $111,465 DOQ. Summit County Sheriff's Office offers a 5 step pay scale, a $2,000 sign-on bonus, a wellness benefit, education reimbursement, and excellent benefits. External candidates are also required to submit a Patrol Deputy Application.

Detective POST Certified

Summit County Sheriff's Office is seeking a well-qualified applicant for the position of Detective within the Criminal Investigation Section of the Support Services Division. This position will perform a variety of law enforcement and administrative duties.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: A Detective assumes the responsibility for coordinating the tasks of Deputies on a crime scene as well as throughout the investigation in coordination with the Detective Sergeant or a Patrol Sergeant. A Detective is responsible for responding to crime scenes, conducting preliminary and follow-up investigations, providing feedback to Deputies on preliminary investigations and having an exemplary knowledge of the Colorado Revised Statutes and rules of criminal procedure. Detectives are also responsible for conducting interviews and interrogations, preparing and completing the required extensive investigative reports, preparing/executing search and arrest warrants and preparing/executing operational plans. Detectives will take part in proactive investigations, inter-agency operations, directed enforcement activities, undercover operations, surveillance operations, and other high/low risk events needing strategic or tactical planning. Detectives must have the capability to acquire, participate in, and coordinate task force operations and/or inter-agency investigations with local, State, and Federal partners, apprehend suspects, and prepare cases for a successful prosecution and testifying in court. Detectives will also often act as Court or District Attorney Liaison. Candidates should have exemplary written and verbal communication skills, with the ability to independently manage their time, casework, and daily activities. Candidates will be able to brief their supervisors in calm or emotionally elevated states of their investigations, caseload, and assigned projects. Candidates will have the flexibility to work varied hours and shifts dependent on their investigations. Candidates should have a superb knowledge of Summit County as a community, a history of strong job knowledge with an emphasis on attention to detail, a positive attitude, proven peer leadership and demonstrated ability to succeed in a team environment. The work of a Detective may be performed in plain clothes, uniform attire or tactical attire dependent upon assignment.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or equivalent. Must be 21 years of age. Colorado POST certified with three years of law enforcement experience. Candidate cannot be on any probationary period and not currently involved in any disciplinary action. Valid Colorado Driver's License at time of appointment and throughout employment. Ability to speak and write in English proficiently, bi-lingual (English/Spanish) preferred. Must be able to pass a background check, psychological examination, polygraph examination and obtain a security clearance for work with Criminal Justice Records.

NOTICE: All persons accepting a position with Summit County Government will be required to provide valid proof of COVID-19 vaccination, or qualify for a medical or religious exemption. Persons who have accepted a final job offer may work with Summit County's Human Resources Department on the process for requesting a religious or medical exemption. If you have questions regarding this statement, please contact HR directly at (970) 453-3450.

PAY RANGE: (ST80) $76,872 - $111,465 DOQ. Summit County Sheriff's Office offers a 5 step pay scale, a $2,000 sign-on bonus, a wellness benefit, education reimbursement, and excellent benefits.

Detentions Deputy

The Summit County Detention Facility is a dynamic and energetic 94-bed facility with an average daily population of around 40 inmates. Our team of Detentions Deputies are professional and outgoing people who provide security and care with patience, kindness, and respect. A Colorado POST certification is not required, and Detentions Deputies are trained to POST standards. Non-certified applicants must be able to meet POST certification standards. Detentions Deputies are sworn law-enforcement positions, responsible for the safety, security and orderly running of the Detention Facility. These duties include, but are not limited to: the booking and release of arrestees, court security including security at the Justice Center and the DA's Office / Probation Office building, transports across the state of Colorado and extraditions throughout the United States, fingerprinting, managing an inmate population to include enforcing Facility rules and regulations, conducting criminal investigations, making arrests, writing reports, communicating via the law enforcement radio system, acting as a community liaison between the judicial branch, community resources, and inmates and their families, and assisting the Support Services and Operations Divisions as needed. Successful applicants will be trained in arrest control and defensive tactics, firearms, Taser and irritant spray, de-escalation, crisis intervention, in addition to over 80 hours of in-service training offered annually. Detention Deputies bid by seniority for twelve hour shifts; Sunday through Tuesday or Thursday through Saturday and work every other Wednesday. Deputies' regular schedule is four days on-duty with three days off, with the next week working three days with four days off, with some exceptions for training weeks. Serious applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the on-duty Detentions Sergeant for a facility tour and ride along at 970-423-8977.

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Pay Range: (ST50) $68,120 - $93,227 DOQ. Summit County Sheriff's Office offers a 5 step pay scale, a $2,000 sign-on bonus, a wellness benefit, education reimbursement, and excellent benefits.

Animal Control Officer

The Animal Control Division of the Summit County Sheriff's Office is seeking a well-qualified Animal Control Officer.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: An Officer enforces Summit County Animal Control Resolutions and State Statutes pertaining to the care and control of animals. Issues summons to violators of animal control laws and appears in court as the prosecution witness when necessary. Captures and impounds domestic animals, livestock, and wildlife as required. Investigates animal bite and neglect/cruelty cases. Provides education of animal care and responsibility to the public on a daily basis and through special presentations. Will be required to perform shelter administrative duties, kennel maintenance duties, maintain accurate records of impounded animals, and euthanize and cremate animals. Will be required to work weekends and be on call for after-hours emergencies 2-3 nights per week. The ideal candidate will be a team oriented professional with strong initiative, customer service, organizational, and communication skills. The candidate should have a strong desire to work with people and animals.

EXPECTATIONS OF THE CHOSEN CANDIDATE: The chosen candidate is expected to demonstrate a positive demeanor, support the mission of Animal Control, and work closely with the public, shelter staff, and volunteers.

Required Qualifications: Applicants must be 21 years of age. Must have a valid Colorado's Driver's License at the time of appointment and throughout employment and know how to safely operate a motor vehicle. High School Diploma or GED Ability to lift 75 lbs. and pursue animals on foot. Working knowledge of animal behavior. Ability to prepare and maintain records and reports. Data entry and MS Office skills. Public relations experience and excellent written and verbal communication skills. Ability to deal with the public in a variety of difficult and sometimes emotional situations. Pass a Criminal background check. Animal Control Officer experience preferable. Candidates proceeding in the process will be required to complete a Sheriff's Office Civilian Application.

NOTICE: All persons accepting a position with Summit County Government will be required to provide valid proof of COVID-19 vaccination, or qualify for a medical or religious exemption. Persons who have accepted a final job offer may work with Summit County's Human Resources Department on the process for requesting a religious or medical exemption. If you have questions regarding this statement, please contact HR directly at (970) 453-3450.

PAY RANGE: (ST40) non-exempt, $ 53,585 - $77,698 DOQ. Summit County Sheriff's Office offers a 5 step pay scale, a $2,000 sign-on bonus, a wellness benefit, education reimbursement, and excellent benefits.


Summity County Sheriff

Breckenridge , CO