MARION COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE
100 HIGH STREET NE
SALEM, OREGON 97301
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Updated: February 11, 2021
Job Classification: Deputy Sheriff - Community Corrections - Trainee & Certified
The Marion County Sheriff’s Office is building an ongoing eligibility list for current and future Deputy Sheriff positions in community corrections.
The Marion County Sheriff's Office is a full-service law enforcement agency consisting of four operational divisions: Community Corrections, Enforcement, Institutions, and Operations. The Sheriff's Office is committed to the delivery of quality services. Each member of the team is encouraged to participate in delivering progressive and cost-effective law enforcement services to the public. ABOUT THE POSITION OF DEPUTY SHERIFF – Community CorrectionsThe Sheriff's Office is currently recruiting individuals to join our Community Corrections Division. We are seeking individuals to fill entry-level Trainee and experienced Certified Deputy positions. The level at which the position is hired will be determined by the Sheriff's Office, during the hiring process. To be considered for a Trainee or Certified position, please follow the steps below.THREE STEPS TO MOVE FORWARD
Salary Information:$23.88 - $31.98 Trainee Pay Rate*$25.01 - $37.57 Certified Pay Rate**Hourly rate negotiable. Posted rates do not include available incentives such as education, bilingual pay, certification pay, etc.
Bilingual Pay: Employees who are fluent in Spanish, Russian and/or American Sign Language and use these skills while on duty will receive an additional 5% per month after passing a Standardized Language Fluency test administered by Marion County.
General Statement of Duties: Performs professional corrections work of a difficult nature with adult clients in the Corrections Program; investigates, counsels, and manages clients in the community; performs other duties as required.
Please visit www.gomcso.com to learn more about becoming a valuable member of our team.
Area Information: Salem, the state's capital city, is located in the center of the Willamette Valley - one of the most fertile and agriculturally-productive regions in the world. This area, dotted with cities, farms, and forests, is considered one of the most livable in the country, offering low cost-of-living, good schools, and year-round pleasant weather.
Salem is located a short drive from Portland, the Pacific Ocean, the Cascade Mountain Range, and beautiful Mt. Hood.
Population: Marion County 341,000
US Citizen: Lawfully work in US
High School Grad/GED: Yes
Valid OREGON State Driver's License: Yes
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Supervision: Received: Works under the general supervision of a supervisor who reviews and evaluates work for adherence to professional standards through conferences and analysis of work produced.
Exercised: Supervision of employees is not a responsibility of positions in this classification; may provide leadership to case aides, interns and volunteers as required.
Typical Duties: Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
Requirements: Minimum requirements for both levels:
Must meet the following State Department of Public Safety Standards and Training requirements:
Additional Requirements: For Trainee Level:
Background Check: Finalists for this position will be subject to an extensive background investigation. Some issues that might cause an applicant to be withheld from further consideration include, but are not limited to the following:
Behavioral Expectations: Provides backup and support to co-workers; establishes and maintains professional and effective working relationships with customers, co-workers and other agencies; maintains punctual and regular attendance; complies with office and county policies, procedures and regulations; participates fully as a member of a team; participates fully as support to a service area or areas; participates in employee training and orientation; provides training to co-workers as requested; performs other job duties as assigned by supervisor; wears personal protective equipment when performing job tasks that increase risk of exposure to blood or body fluids.
Physical Requirements: Operates a motor vehicle in the performance of duties; maintains a current Oregon driver’s license and an acceptable driving record; sees close and distant objects within normal parameters and uses peripheral vision; sees at night and under dark or low light settings; demonstrates sufficient depth perception; differentiates between colors; uses olfactory senses; hears within normal range; speaks clearly; uses a loud voice to shout; sits, walks, stands and moves around in the work area for extended periods of time; climbs stairs and/or inclines repeatedly; bends, stoops, crawls and kneels; kicks doors open; engages in repetitive motion of feet and legs for extended periods of time (bike patrol); lifts and carries up to 50 lbs; pulls and pushes up to 100 lbs; pushes doors open using shoulder; reaches for and lifts 10 lb objects; turns neck and twists body 90º in either direction; uses chemical agents to quell disturbances/ riots; works in a wide range of indoor and outdoor temperature conditions; writes legibly; grasps, handles and manipulates objects with hands; implements finger dexterity to manipulate objects; holds, aims and discharges firearms with sufficient accuracy to maintain minimum department qualifications; works flexible hours during the day and week; works day, afternoon, evening and night shift; meets the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST); and successfully completes all phases of the Oregon Physical Ability Test at hire.
Additional Disqualifiers: Failure to read and follow directions.