Essential service that keeps the wheels of justice turning …
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is recruiting for Sheriff’s support positions. The Sheriff's Office support branch provides a full range of high-level services to the agency and community. These duties include law enforcement records management, public records request completion, civil processes, property/evidence management and food service coordination for jail facilities.
Sheriff's support staff serve in myriad positions that assist law enforcement and corrections deputies, including positions in the field, office, property logistics, evidence and within the detention facilities. Support Specialist duties include helping citizens, coordinating with 911 dispatchers, and communicating with other law enforcement agencies, criminal and civil courts and other entities in the criminal justice system. Typical work could include processing crime reports, confirming arrest warrants, collecting inmate records, processing protection orders, transporting, logging and storing evidence, public disclosure dissemination, file maintenance and jail food preparation and laundry services.
The Sheriff’s Office operates 24 hours a day. Support staff members are required to be available to work all shifts – day, swing and grave – as assigned, including weekends and holidays.
Wages and benefits
• Competitive entry-level hourly wage
• Uniforms, dry cleaning provided
• Paid military leave and G.I. Bill participant
• Retirement benefits of Washington State Public Employees Retirement System Plan
• Medical, dental, vision health care plans
• Paid days off
• Deferred compensation plans
• Flexible Spending Accounts
• FTO premium pay
• Comp time accrual
Minimum qualifications include
• High school diploma or a GED certification
• At least 18 years old
• United States citizenship or lawful permanent resident
• Valid driver license at time of appointment
• Bi-lingual skills preferred but not required
• No prior felony convictions and/or recent or excessive drug use history
• Solid writing skills and basic report preparation
• Communication, mediation and problem solving skills
• Ability to exercise sound judgment
• Ability to use a computer and knowledge of various software applications
• Ability to successfully complete Clark County Sheriff's Office background investigation
If you’re interested in a criminal justice career with competitive salary/benefits and the opportunity to work in a vital public service position, read the instructions and fill out an application at Clark County Human Resources.
For additional information about Sheriff's Office positions, contact Sheriff's Recruitment at 360.397.2176 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application and testing questions may be directed to the Civil Service Chief Examiner at 360.397.2114, or email email@example.com.