Sheriff's Office Employment

The Summit County Sheriff's Office is hiring for the positions of Records Supervisor, Seasonal Ranger, Detention Deputy, Detention Specialist and Patrol Deputy. All full time/year round positions come with an excellent benefits package through Summit County Government, including medical, dental, vision, the county miCare Clinic, and retirement programs.

Detention Facility


The Summit County Detention Facility is a dynamic and energetic 94-bed facility with an average daily population of 57 inmates. We are looking for professional, outgoing people who have a great sense of humor, excellent communication, customer service skills, and attention to detail.  

Colorado POST certification is not required, but applicants must be able to meet POST certification standards. Applicants must not be current drug users. As the possession or use of marijuana is prohibited by federal law, this requirement also applies to marijuana. 

Meals are provided when on shift and are designed by a classically trained chef. Our restaurant quality food is the envy of detention facilities throughout Colorado! 

Summit County Government offers a down-payment assistance program for first time homebuyers, and the Summit County Sheriff's Office also has a volunteer deputy ski program for sworn staff.

Excellent benefits package through Summit County Government, including medical, dental, vision, the county miCare Clinic, and retirement programs.
 
Serious applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the on-duty sergeant to arrange for a facility tour and ride along at (970) 423-8977.

Summit County Non-Discrimination Guideline


It is the guideline of Summit County Government not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of sex, gender identity or expression, race, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, religion, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, on the basis of genetic information of the individual or family member of the individual, or any other protected basis that is unlawful under federal, state, and/or local law in applying or providing terms and conditions of employment. 

Summit County Government does and will continue to take Affirmative Action to assure that applicants are employed, and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, or on the basis of genetic information of the individual or family member of the individual.

Seasonal Ranger

Pay Range: Hourly rate $20.10/hr; typical 8 to 10 hour shifts, scheduled for 3 to 4 days each week from May 11 through Sept 11, 2017. 



Position Requirements: Job includes daily land/water based patrols, public interaction/education, enforcement of boating laws, response to emergency situations and investigation of water/boating incidents on and around Dillon Reservoir.


Required Qualifications: 21 years of age, high school diploma or equivalent, valid Colorado driver’s license and be able to safely operate a motor vehicle; safe operation of a motorized boat. Applicant must be able to work in extreme weather environments for extended periods, work shifts and be available for on-call, work holidays and weekends. Must be able to pass a background check, psychological and polygraph test. Candidates will be required to complete a Sheriff’s Office Civilian Application available at the Sheriff’s Office or online.


Application Deadline Date: Please submit a completed Sheriff’s Office Civilian Application and cover letter to Special Operations Acting Sergeant Mark Watson at PO Box 210, or at 501 N. Park Avenue, Breckenridge, CO 80424 or via email to mark.watson@summitcountyco.gov  no later than April 7, 2017, by 5 p.m.  


Seasonal Ranger Application



Records Supervisor

Pay Range: $1,589 to $1,748 bi-weekly (M20-Exempt), DOQ


Position Requirements:  Summit County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a well qualified individual to function as a Criminal Justice Records Supervisor. The position performs a wide range of specialized clerical work which involves receiving, filing, maintaining and releasing records related to criminal justice activities and will supervise one Records Clerk position. The candidate must be able to process sensitive law enforcement data utilizing a paper and computerized records management system. The supervisory responsibility of the position will be daily assignment and monitoring of accuracy and quality of workflow and work-product. The position will perform alongside the records clerk with work to include: records checks, information requests from the District Attorney and law enforcement agencies, and researches for public records requests. The position is a back up to the front desk and public counter at the Sheriff’s Office located in the Justice Center in Breckenridge.

The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented professional with strong data entry, organizational, time management, communication and supervisory skills, and will have specific knowledge of criminal justice records and have CCIC/CBI coordinator experience. The candidate should have excellent customer service demeanor in answering phones and in-person questions in a high volume records management and law enforcement work environment, have strong written and verbal communications experience, be professional in directing and interacting with the public during times of emotional and stressful situations. The candidate will be experienced and successful in managing work projects and tasks and completing within established timelines. The selected candidate will demonstrate a proven ability to quickly absorb and understand unfamiliar subject matter. 

Required Qualifications: 2 years professional clerical experience. This can be accomplished through equivalency of professional administrative and customer service positions. Preference will be given to a candidate with a college degree and any experience working in the criminal justice and legal fields. Must be able to pass a background check, psychological test, polygraph and obtain a security clearance for work with Criminal Justice Records, have a valid driver license and be able to safely operate a motor vehicle. Candidates will be required to complete a Sheriff’s Office Civilian Application available at the Sheriff’s Office or online.

Application Deadline Date: Please submit a completed Sheriff’s Office Civilian Application and cover letter to Administrative Manager Adrienne Stuckey at PO Box 210, or at 501 N. Park Avenue, Breckenridge, CO 80424 or via email to Adrienne.Stuckey@SummitCountyCO.gov  no later than April 7, 2017, by 5 p.m.  

Records Clerk Application


Detention Deputy


Pay Range: $20.10/hr to $29.16/hr DOE

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, inmates and detainees; Courts; transports across the state of Colorado and extraditions throughout the United States, assisting with Court Security duties, including security at the Justice Center and the DA's Office / Probation Office building; fingerprinting; taking mugshots; enforcing facility rules and regulations; conducting criminal investigations; making arrests; writing reports; professionally using the law enforcement radio system; assisting the Civil Division when needed; and, assisting the Operations Division as appropriate. 

Successful applicants will be trained in arrest control/ defensive tactics, firearms, Taser and pepper spray, 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. This normally works out to working four days with three days off and then working three days with four days off, with some exceptions for training weeks. 
     
Detention Deputy Application

Detention Specialist


Pay Range: $17.40/hr to $25.22/hr DOE

Detention Specialists are civilian positions responsible for assisting in the safety, security and orderly running of the facility. These duties include, but are not limited to: operating the Control Room in an efficient and orderly manner; answering phone calls; monitoring the camera system; opening secure doors and prioritizing movement throughout the facility; responding to intercoms; listening to and use of the law enforcement radio system; logging movement of trustees participating in the work release program; enforcing facility rules and regulations via the facility intercom system; logging entry and exit of personnel utilizing the Evidence Room and Armory; report writing as needed; and, responsible for monitoring the safety of the detention deputies, arresting officers, volunteers, community partners working in the facility and the inmates. 

Detention Specialists do not have any direct physical contact with arrestees, detainees, or inmates within the facility. Operating the Control Room is a fast paced, critical function within the facility and requires excellent prioritization, multi-tasking, and communication skills. 

The schedule for Detention Specialists may vary, depending on the needs of the facility. 

Detention Specialist Application

Please email Recruitdetentions@summitcountyco.gov with any questions. 

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Now Accepting Applications for Patrol Deputy

Interested parties should download a Patrol application after reading the basic requirements below. 
   
Basic Requirements

Job Description 

Patrol Application
 

Hiring Process: 

  1. Initial application process
  2. Written Testing
  3. Oral Board
  4. Complete a Personal History Questionnaire
  5. Background Investigation
  6. Integrity Interview
  7. Psychological Testing
  8. Polygraph Examination
  9. Executive Interview
  10. Successful completion of the FTO program

Testing for these positions will be TBA. Qualified candidates who are selected to move forward into each phase will be informed by phone or email. 

A completed application may be mailed directly to the Sheriff’s Office at: 501 N. Park Ave./P.O. Box 210, Breckenridge, CO 80424 or may be scanned and emailed
to:
RecruitPatrol@summitcountyco.gov  

Please email RecruitPatrol@summitcountyco.gov  with any questions.

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