FILING START DATE: 05/01/2020
FILING START TIME: 8:00 AM
The filing period may be suspended AT ANY TIME without prior notice AND the examination may reopen as the needs of the service require.
EXAM NUMBER: J2708O
SPECIAL SALARY INFORMATION
Salary includes P.O.S.T., patrol, and longevity bonuses.
$6,328.04- $9,786.36 (BPC) Monthly
$6,520.51- $10,084.02 (IPC) Monthly
$6,718.84- $10,390.74 (APC) Monthly
The seventh step of the Deputy Sheriff pay scale shall be authorized after:
1) completion of one year on the sixth step
2) successful completion of Custody and Patrol training programs
3) completion of Custody and Patrol assignments with competent performance ratings and evaluations
TYPE OF RECRUITMENT: Open Competitive
FILING TYPE: Open Continuous
Positions allocable to this class work under the technical and administrative supervision of a Sergeant or higher - level peace officer. Some positions report to civilian managers who provide administrative supervision. Incumbents are assigned to fixed posts or designated patrol areas throughout the unincorporated area of the County and in contract cities and perform either: (1) inmate custody work at a correctional facility; security and support services at a court facility; or (2) law enforcement work at a Sheriff's patrol station, specialized unit, or other non-custodial assignment. Incumbents perform progressively responsible and diverse law enforcement duties such as supervising, observing, guarding, and transporting inmates; serving civil and criminal process; securing and maintaining order within courtrooms; patrolling an assigned area in a patrol car; investigating, preventing and suppressing crime; and apprehending public offenders. Incumbents may rotate through a variety of job assignments along planned career development lines to broaden skill and expertise in general law enforcement work and enable prompt deployment of trained personnel in response to the changing needs and priorities of the community. Positions in this class must exercise a working knowledge of law enforcement such as penal, evidence and vehicle codes; criminal investigation; patrol and custody procedures; juvenile laws; administration of justice; and community-law enforcement relations. Incumbents in these assignments must independently exercise judgment in interpreting and applying departmentally-approved methods in emergency situations involving danger to life and property.
Also allocable to this class are positions performing specialized and highly specialized law enforcement assignments. Positions performing specialized assignments such as a lead deputy, training officer, watch deputy, polygraph examiner, investigator, etc., are required to exercise a complete knowledge of the functions and responsibilities of their assigned unit, with sufficient ability to impart this knowledge to others. Specialized assignments, such as media or international liaison, are highly sensitive requiring incumbents to possess a thorough knowledge of the department's organization and operational policies and procedures as well as the ability to communicate effectively with a wide variety of individuals and groups. Highly specialized assignments such as commercial crimes, major crimes, homicide, emergency services, or arson initially require extensive training and technical skill. Incumbents are required to maintain proficiency and stay abreast of developments in their particular area of expertise.
Job Type: Full time
Location: Los Angeles County, California
Agency: SHERIFF'S LAW ENFORCEMENT