Job Detail

Part-Time Corrections Auxiliary Deputy

Pay Rate: $16.10-$20.40 per hour


CHARLOTTE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE

 

 

 

 

Job

COCADPT

Bargaining Unit

Non-Union

Class Title

Corrections Auxiliary Deputy 

Bureau

Detention

Pay Grade

$16.10 - $20.40 per hour

Division

Administrative Services - Jail

Grade

Sworn: Part-time

Section

Administrative Services

FLSA Status

Non-Exempt (FSLA Code)

EEO Category

  Protective Services

 

Safety Sensitive position

  Yes

Open

Close

1/11/2019

This position is open until filled

 

 

 

 

 

Job Summary

The part-time Corrections Auxiliary Deputy will assist the Primary/Lead and Corrections Deputies with the efficient operation of Detention processes at the Charlotte County Detention Bureau. This member has an understanding of pertinent statutes, laws, and detention related regulations. This class does not supervise a Housing Unit without supervision of a full time Certified Corrections Deputy and does not assist with transportation, handling or escorting of High Risk/Maximum Custody inmates.  This position is considered non-essential under the CCSO Emergency Plan. This position is not eligible to participate in the promotional process for Corrections. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Intake Sergeant and/or Administrative Services Commander and is reviewed through observation and conferences.

Examples of Duties

  • Completes reports, affidavits, documents, etc. as dictated by the assigned post (i.e. 15 minute checks, Daily Confinement Forms, Counts. Incident Reports…)
  • Provides information and assistance to citizens making inquiries, ensures public safety and renders aid as needed or directed in keeping with sound customer service practices.
  • Report any emergencies and call for necessary assistance.
  • Keeps records of all activities in accordance with established policies and procedures, complying with said policies and procedures both in public, intra-agency and other inter-agency.
  • Assist with monitoring of inmates during commissary pass, medical pass, the movement of low and medium custody inmates, along with other inmate oriented assignments.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties or projects as assigned.
  • Assist and complete intake duties such as photos, fingerprinting, and criminal registrations.

·        Testifies in court proceedings.

  • Conducts checks of inmate housing and cell searches for inmate census and detection of contraband.
  • Controls, operates and inspects life safety equipment, electronic safety and surveillance equipment, and door control systems

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

·        Considerable knowledge of policies, rules, regulations, and procedures governing the maintenance of security in a jail and the maintenance of the health and welfare of inmates.

·        Knowledge of method, techniques, and procedures necessary to maintenance of the health and welfare of incarcerated individuals.

  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and written and effective negotiation
  • Ability to remain composed in stressful situations
  • Ability to react quickly; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, supervisor, court personnel, other agencies and the public.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with supervisors and establish cohesive, effective relationships with peers (i.e., teamwork abilities)
  • Ability and willingness to maintain dependable work habits such as reporting to work on time.
  • Knowledge and ability to maintain their uniforms and equipment in a neat and serviceable condition and will, by their appearance, set an example of neatness and strict conformity with agency policy and general orders.
  • Ability to establish and maintain confidential, accurate and complete files and records.
  • Ability to not divulge confidential information to family and/or public.
  • Knowledge of CCSO Operations Manual, Corrections Operation Manual and relevant procedures.
  • Ability to be on-call and to have the ability to respond and report for duty upon being called-in.
  • Ability to operate all equipment listed in the “Equipment Used” section.
  • Ability to properly roll fingerprints.

·        Knowledge of practices, techniques, and equipment necessary to provide a safe and effective Corrections environment. Knowledge of standard forms, reports, and related documents relative to the work.

Education or Equivalent Experience Required

High school diploma or GED. Completion of State-approved training and certification as a Corrections Officer in compliance with the requirements of the State of Florida. Some experience in government or private security, law enforcement, or corrections work is desirable. Possession of a valid Florida driver's license. Valid Basic CPR and First Aid card. Must not be on any of the following types of probationary status: performance or disciplinary probation.

 

 

Equipment Used

Intoxilyzer / Close Circuit Equipment / First Aid Kit / Flashlight / Flares / Cameras / Radios / Agency Weapons Systems: Pistol, Shotgun, Rifle, OC Spray, Baton, Taser/ Fingerprint Equipment / Computer and Related Software / Cameras / Basic Crime Scene Video Equipment / VCR Equipment / Fire Extinguisher / Telephone / Riot Equipment / Copy Machine / CPR Mask / Handcuffing Devices / Locking Devices / Body Bunker Shield

 

Physical Assessment

Passed a physical examination by a licenses physician, physician assistant, or certified advanced registered nurse practitioner that has certified by signature on this job description that the member is fit to perform the duties as described.

 

Physical Effort Required

Must be able to adjust work hours and/or work long hours as needed. Must be able to perform work pushing/pulling 10 pounds constantly. Must be able to physically perform the basic life operational functions of standing, walking, hearing, kneeling, reaching, feeling, grasping, pushing, pulling, bending, climbing, crawling, fingering, and performing repetitive motions. Must possess the visual acuity to operate an office assigned vehicle and distinguish details and differences when observing people, places, or things on patrol 24/7. (Sunrise, day, sunset, night hour driving)

Working Conditions

Work is performed in an environmentally controlled building. Work regularly exposes the incumbent to moderate noise and occasionally exposes the incumbent to strong odors including cleaning chemicals. Work requires frequent contact with inmates and the public which exposes the incumbent to others' illnesses and to individuals that may be angry, agitated, or otherwise upset. Job requires employee to have the ability to be on-call and to respond and report for duty upon being called-in. NOTE: All employees who have direct inmate contact are required to have a medical exam/screening which includes a PPD (TB screening) prior to job assignment. Any positives on the PPD will require further evaluations by the Health Department. Re-examination shall be given according to a defined need or schedule. This requirement is to protect the employee, the agency and the inmates from any physical condition that might impact the ability of the employee to perform their job in a safe and efficient manner.

 

 

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYMENT

 

The Charlotte County Sheriff's Office does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, marital status, national origin, gender, religion, Vietnam or disabled veteran status, age or disability in employment or the provision of services.

 

 DRUG FREE / SMOKE FREE WORKPLACE

 


 



Date posted: January 11, 2019

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