Road Patrol Deputy
St. Clair County Human Resources - Port huron, Michigan
- Application Deadline:
- Entry Level Salary:
- $38,373.00 annual
- Top Pay:
- $61,091.00 annual
REQUISITION NUMBER: 14-015 TITLE: Road Patrol Deputy DEPARTMENT: St. Clair County Sheriff – 1170 Michigan, Port Huron Twp. WAGE RANGE: $38,373 - $61,091 (Annually Adjusted) HOURS: Full Time COMPLETE TEST BY: March 31, 2014. OTHER INFORMATION: Open to Sheriff Department Employees POAM and the Public. GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: To perform responsible law enforcement and investigation work; to maintain law and order throughout the County; to investigate complaints and provide assistance as required; to perform necessary record keeping work and assist in servicing civil papers; to assist in office functions at the County jail; and to perform related work as required.
SPECIAL NOTICE TO APPLICANTS: Those interested in applying with St. Clair County must complete the National Criminal Justice Officer Selection Inventory test through Empco. Candidates will have through Monday, March 31 to take the test. Those that have taken the test within the last year of that date will receive a link to the application via e-mail in early April. The candidates that fill out the online application after taking the test will comprise the St. Clair County Sheriff’s Annual Hiring List for Road Patrol Deputies. To learn more about the testing process, please go to: www.empco.net/msa/ Please visit our website for additional information at: www.stcliaroucn
- Age: : 21
- Education: : Minimum - Graduation from an accredited high school
- Experience: : Must possess M.C.O.L.E.S. Certification or one year graduate provisional certification from an approved M.C.O.L.E.S. Academy or College or be certifiable.
DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT:
AN EMPLOYEE IN THIS CLASS, UPON APPOINTMENT, MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:
- Reasonable knowledge of the roads and principal locations in the County.
- Reasonable knowledge of driving rules and regulations and of pertinent state and local laws and ordinances.
- Ability to prepare accurate written records and reports.
- Ability to act quickly in emergencies.
- Skill in the use of firearms.
- Ability to work effectively with other employees and the general public.
- Good physical condition, which shall mean the ability to apprehend, subdue and control individuals who require physical intervention.
- Graduation from an accredited high school.
- Must possess M.C.O.L.E.S. Certification or one year graduate provisional certification from an approved M.C.O.L.E.S. Academy or College or be certifiable.
- A person who is "certifiable" is one who has attended and successfully passed an MCOLES recognized police academy and is now able to seek employment as a licensed law enforcement officer.
- A person who is "certified" is an individual who has already become employed as a licensed law enforcement officer. Once an individual becomes employed as a law enforcement officer, with full authority to enforce the criminal laws of the state of Michigan, they have then completed the licensure process.
- Reasonable work experience which would indicate dependability, maturity and ability to exercise good judgment. Must have a valid driver’s license and be at least 21 years of age.