Deputy Sheriff Bedford County

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Reports to Sheriff Full-time and Part-Time Pay Scale/Grade/Salary: As approved by union contract $13.50/hour starting, per union contract. Deputy Sheriff is responsible for all court related issues including prisoner transport/security and courtroom security. In addition to court related duties, deputy sheriff's also perform prisoner transport functions and all other facets of law enforcement including civil/criminal/traffic law proceedings. Incumbents within this employee class must be able to act independently and with good judgement in all of the aforementioned duties. Each and every act performed by a deputy sheriff represent the Sheriff in the performance of his/her duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB: (Illustrative Only) • Prisoner transport/security (court, medical, penal institution transfers); • Transportation for citizens serving on jury duty; • Courtroom security (civil/criminal courts); • Service of civil process; • Criminal/Civil law enforcement; • Vehicle Code enforcement; • Patrol functions; • Searches (lost individuals); and • Respond to emergencies and requests from other law enforcement agencies. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: • Basic knowledge of the principles and practices of County Sheriff Office; • Basic knowledge of the equipment used to perform the duties of a Deputy Sheriff; • Ability to understand and follow oral and written directives; • Reliable, of sound mind, and possess good moral character. ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING: Any type of training/experience within the school of Sheriff's office, police departments, constables or correctional officers that provides the knowledge, skills and abilities to properly perform the required Sheriff's office duties. PHYSICAL ABILITIES: • Sit for extended periods, keyboard, write, hear and speak; • Stand frequently for extended periods; • Bend, kneel, stoop, run or restrain uncooperative individuals; • Lift in excess of 50 pounds; and • Work in excess of 8 hours during times of emergencies. Minimum shift requirements, disturbances, etc. SPECIAL NEEDS Must have a valid driver's license and be able to travel if required to attend meetings
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Reports to Sheriff Full-time and Part-Time Pay Scale/Grade/Salary: As approved by union contract $13.50/hour starting, per union contract. Deputy Sheriff is responsible for all court related issues including prisoner transport/security and courtroom security. In addition to court related duties, deputy sheriff's also perform prisoner transport functions and all other facets of law enforcement including civil/criminal/traffic law proceedings. Incumbents within this employee class must be able to act independently and with good judgement in all of the aforementioned duties. Each and every act performed by a deputy sheriff represent the Sheriff in the performance of his/her duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB: (Illustrative Only) • Prisoner transport/security (court, medical, penal institution transfers); • Transportation for citizens serving on jury duty; • Courtroom security (civil/criminal courts); • Service of civil process; • Criminal/Civil law enforcement; • Vehicle Code enforcement; • Patrol functions; • Searches (lost individuals); and • Respond to emergencies and requests from other law enforcement agencies. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: • Basic knowledge of the principles and practices of County Sheriff Office; • Basic knowledge of the equipment used to perform the duties of a Deputy Sheriff; • Ability to understand and follow oral and written directives; • Reliable, of sound mind, and possess good moral character. ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING: Any type of training/experience within the school of Sheriff's office, police departments, constables or correctional officers that provides the knowledge, skills and abilities to properly perform the required Sheriff's office duties. PHYSICAL ABILITIES: • Sit for extended periods, keyboard, write, hear and speak; • Stand frequently for extended periods; • Bend, kneel, stoop, run or restrain uncooperative individuals; • Lift in excess of 50 pounds; and • Work in excess of 8 hours during times of emergencies. Minimum shift requirements, disturbances, etc. SPECIAL NEEDS Must have a valid driver's license and be able to travel if required to attend meetings
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Subcategoría: Guardias ›
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