Job Openings

To apply for an open position in a full time Law Enforcement, Corrections, Reserve or civilian position, please download the application. Once The application has been filled out in its entirety, please deliver it along with your resume to the sheriff's office by one of the following methods:

  • Fax it to : 941-205-5692
  • Email to: HumanResources@ccso.org
  • Drop it off at:
    Charlotte County Sheriff's Office Headquarters
    7474 Utilities Road, Punta Gorda, Florida.

After the Sheriff's Office has received your application, you will be contacted by a Human Resources representative.

 

Employee Benefits

  • We pay medical insurance premiums for both you AND your Dependents!
  • Vision and dental insurance.
  • Short term disability
  • Life Insurance
  • Florida State Retirement(FRS).
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
  • Education tuition reimbursement(state rates).
  • Supplemental pay for education and special assignments.
  • Liberal vacation and sick time accruals.
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  • Additional allowances for holiday and personal time.
  • Fully equipped Fitness and workout facilities.
  • Take home vehicles Law Enforcement employees living in-county

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Corrections Officer Recruit

Application Deadline: December 18, 2018 17:00

Pay Rate: Starting Salary $27,000.00

Job Summary

This class involves work in maintaining the security, health and welfare of inmates confined to the Charlotte County direct supervision jail.  Academy training provides both intellectual tools and physical skills utilized by the corrections officer professional. Through academy and field training, trainees will learn the procedures walking a post within the jail, booking and classifying prisoners, dispensing, food, prescription medications, and canteen items. Trainees will learn how to interpret and enforce all applicable State and local laws, ordinances and statutes, general orders, special instructions as well as policies and procedures of the Sheriff's Office. Trainees learn transporting prisoners to court, medical appointments, work details and other facilities; supervising work details and exercise sessions; and keeping records and logs on responsibilities prisoners as required. Florida statue requires a certificate of completion for certification as a law enforcement officer.


Date posted: December 18, 2017


Corrections Officer- Florida State Certifed

Application Deadline: December 31, 2018 17:00

Pay Rate: Starting Salary $40,093.00

Job Summary

This class involves work in maintaining the security, health and welfare of inmates confined to the Charlotte County direct supervision jail. The work involves responsibility for guarding inmates in accord with established policies, regulations, and procedures. Duties include walking a post within the jail, booking and classifying prisoners, dispensing food, prescription medications, and canteen items. Work involves transporting prisoners to court, medical appointments, work details and other facilities; supervising work details and exercise sessions; and keeping records and logs on prisoners as required. Unusual or difficult situations are referred to supervisors for action or guidance. This position requires shift work including weekends, holidays and overtime, 12 hour shifts in a 24/hour facility. This position is considered essential under the CCSO Emergency Plan. Work is performed under supervision of a Corporal - Corrections, and is reviewed for results and compliance with established rules, regulations and procedures.


WE ARE A DRUG AND SMOKE FREE AGENCY


THIS POSITION WILL BE POSTED UNTIL FILLED


Date posted: December 29, 2016


Law Enforcement Officer-Florida State Certified

Application Deadline: December 31, 2018 17:00

Pay Rate: Starting Salary $40,093.00

Job Summary

This class involves law enforcement work protecting the public and preserving the peace while serving in a variety of assignments within the Sheriff's Office. The work involves responsibility for carrying out assigned duties in the areas of road patrol, criminal and special investigations, traffic enforcement, community policing, and problem solving in assigned areas. Deputies interpret and enforce all applicable State and local laws, ordinances and statutes, general orders, special instructions as well as policies and procedures of the Sheriff's Office. Unusual situations and serious matters are referred to supervisors for action or guidance. Work is performed under the supervision of an area Corporal - Law Enforcement limited to those of Administrative in nature, and under a Sergeant - Law Enforcement for results and adherence to law enforcement operating procedures. This position is considered essential under the CCSO Emergency Plan.


WE ARE A DRUG AND SMOKE FREE AGENCY


THIS POSITION WILL BE POSTED UNTIL FILLED


Date posted: December 29, 2016


Law Enforcement Recruit

Application Deadline: December 18, 2018 17:00

Pay Rate: Starting Salary $27,000.00

Job Summary

This class involves training for law enforcement work protecting the public and preserving the peace. Academy training provides both intellectual tools and physical skills utilized by the law enforcement professional. Through academy and field training, trainees will learn the procedures for carrying out assigned duties in the areas of road patrol, criminal and special investigations, traffic enforcement, community policing, and problem solving in assigned areas. Trainees will learn how to interpret and enforce all applicable State and local laws, ordinances and statutes, general orders, special instructions as well as policies and procedures of the Sheriff's Office. Trainees learn the tasks, duties and responsibilities of law enforcement officers to prevent and detect crime and to enforce the criminal, non-criminal, and traffic laws of the state. Florida statue requires a certificate of completion for certification as a law enforcement officer.


Date posted: December 18, 2017


Staff Inspector

Application Deadline: April 28, 2018 17:00

Pay Rate: Starting Salary $44,203.00

Job Summary

This position is responsible for conducting all staff inspections. The Staff Inspector will conduct scheduled administrative inspections of all Sheriff's Office functions at least once every three years to provide necessary information to evaluate the efficiency and success of the Office. The work involves responsibility for reviewing and evaluating agency bureaus, divisions, departments and units as they pertain to processes and adherence to general orders; inspecting facilities, personnel and equipment; providing on the job training and guidance to agency personnel on policies, general orders, instructions and procedures. The Staff Inspector position is assigned to the Professional Compliance Division and reports directly to the Supervisor of Professional Compliance. Work requires interpretation and evaluation of all applicable policies, general orders, instructions and procedures and federal, state and local laws and ordinances, and relevant statutes. Unusual situations and serious matters are referred to the Supervisor of Professional Compliance, for advice or action.


Date posted: April 19, 2018