Requisition Title: DEPUTY V - CAPTAIN (TESTING)
Primary Location: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA-TEXAS
SHERIFF_GENERAL SVCS - 133 N RIVERFRONT BLVD - DALLAS
Organization: SHERIFF-GENERAL SVCS
Brief Description All applicants must register in person to sit for the exam. This announcement serves as notification of registration for the Deputy V - Captain (Sheriff's) exam. (1) Complete an on-line application via the Dallas County website (www.dallascounty.org) Click on Employment. (2) Register in person with Human Resources/Civil Service Department. (3) In order to qualify to sit for the written exam, candidates must meet all minimum eligibility requirements at the time of registration. Registration: When: Monday, July 01, 2019 through Tuesday, July 16, 2019 (no exceptions past this date) Where: Dallas County Human Resources/Civil Service Department Renaissance Tower 1201 Elm Street, 23rd Floor, Suite 2300-B Dallas, Texas 75270 Time: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. – Monday through Friday The written exam will take place on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.
Detailed Description Manages a division within the Sheriff’s Department. Directs up to 340 exempt and non-exempt detention service officers, deputies and clerical staff. Directs staff in the following areas of responsibility: Arrests • Researches and identifies the location of individuals wanted on felony warrants, • Executes criminal and search warrants, and makes arrests, • Collects and preserves evidence, • Transports individuals to jail, and • Books voluntary and involuntary individuals into jail. Warrants • Ensures computer input and physical control of all Class A and B misdemeanor and felony warrants, • Researches charges on inmates, • Monitors arraignments, • Serves outstanding warrants on individuals and prepares related documents, and • Accepts cash and cash equivalents to allow individuals to bond out of jail or pay court assessed fines/court costs. Patrol • Patrols assigned areas of the County, • Enforces traffic laws and commercial vehicle weight/size regulations, • Inspects trouble-prone areas, checking security of local businesses and residences, • Answers complaint calls, • Investigates crimes and disturbances, • Interviews witnesses, gathers evidence and interrogates suspects, • Makes arrests, and • Prepares offense and incident reports. Investigative Research & Physical Evidence • Conducts specialized criminal investigations and interdepartmental investigations, if required, • Participates in developing, interpreting and evaluating intelligence information, • Participates in coordinating investigative actions with Federal, State and other local agencies, • Ensures physical evidence is properly received, safeguarded and the chain of custody is maintained. Security • Ensures security for the public and inmates, in the courtrooms, in public and secured portions of the jails and in the Sheriff’s administrative facilities, • Controls prisoner behavior in holdover and housing unit cells, including inmate physical head counts, • Conducts unannounced detailed physical searches of inmates, cells and other jail facilities to locate and seize contraband, and • Maintains fire, riot and other equipment required to rapidly respond to all types of emergencies. Transportation • Transports inmates to and from various locations, and • Directs a local, statewide, regional and national pick-up and return system for individuals arrested by other law enforcement agencies. Human Resources • Directs the division’s human resources related function, which include: payroll and benefits processing, recruiting efforts, employment processing, polygraph administration, background investigation, personnel record keeping, new employee orientation, promotional processing and related activities. • Directs and participates in Academy training of Detention Service Officer and Deputy I employees, as well as supervises training and evaluation of new and transferred employees. Performs other duties as required by the Sheriff.
Job Requirements Must have successfully maintained all State and Sheriff's Department commissioning requirements, served at least two (2) years as a Deputy IV and have at least 60 hours of college from an accredited college or university with a grade “C” or better, OR two (2) years of continuous military service with honorable discharge and 30 hours of college from an accredited college or university with a grade “C” or better, and served at least two (2) years as a Deputy IV, OR served six (6) continuous years as a Deputy IV. Special Requirements/Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Ability to effectively communicate, both verbally and in writing, and establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, departments and the general public. Mandatory drug testing prior to employment, and will be subject to random, unannounced drug and/or alcohol testing during employment. Must be able to obtain and maintain all State and Sheriff's Department Commissioning requirements. Physical/Environmental Requirements: Must be able to perform defense tactics against individuals. Requires one or more of the following: prolonged sitting, standing, walking, running, ascending and descending of stairs, both inside and outside. Must be able to work varied days and shift schedules, to include weekends and holidays. Potential exposure to communicable diseases.
Additional Details The hiring process involves successful completion of each step or your application will be rejected. The steps include Criminal History Review, Polygraph Examination, Initial Interview, Review of Personal History Statement and Documents, Physical Examination, Psychological Examination, Supervisory Interview, and Background Investigation. Documents must be presented upon request: The following are required: • Citizenship: Must be a United States Citizen at the time of application. • Minimum Age: Must be 18 years of age. • High School Transcript or Diploma or GED Certificate or College Transcript • Texas Driver’s License that has not been suspended in the past twelve months. • Vision: at least 20/70 in each eye correctable to 20/20. Normal color and peripheral vision. • Hearing: Normal hearing in both ears. • Physical Examination: Must be physically sound and free from any deficit which might adversely affect performance of duty, personal safety, or the safety of others. • Height/Weight: proportionate If applicable, the following are needed: • Certified college transcript(s) • Current marriage license • Birth Certificate Social Security Card • Divorce Decree(s) – complete decree • Military Discharge (DD-214 long form) (MALES ONLY) Selective Service Registration Card or Exemption from Registration Proof of required licenses and/or certifications for certain positions
Minimum Salary : 7808.51
Maximum Salary : 7808.51
Currency: US Dollar (USD)
Requisition ID: 003192