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Oklahoma Job Opportunities

 

The following are law enforcement job opportunities in the State of Oklahoma:

Creek County Sheriff's Office

Position: Jail Administrator

Posted: 02/01/2018

Salary & Benefits: Benefits package includes a starting salary between $38,000.00 and $45,000.00. Health, dental, and vision insurance. Paid sick, holiday, vacation and OPERS retirement.

Requirements: Experience in a supervisory capacity and five (5) years of correctional or related experience required.

Job Description: Monitors daily operational reports and identifies areas which require adjustment or action. Resolves day-to-day operational problems and concerns of staff, outside agencies and the public to ensure prompt response and service. Ensures inmate housing standards are met.

Organizes, coordinates and supervises all activities of the Creek County Jail

Briefs Chief Deputy daily on operations activities and status of duties and/or special projects.

Administers and responsible for researching, compiling and summarizing current budget estimates; prepares budget estimates, monitors budget throughout fiscal year, proposes and makes recommendations for budgetary increases. Manage complex projects related to jail maintenance and operations.

Essential Skills:
• Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid driver's license.

• Ability to work under limited supervision.

• Ability to utilize organizational skills and effectively manage time and documentation/records.

• Possess knowledge of Criminal Justice procedures and inmate rights to accurately answer questions from inmates.

• Ability to follow appropriate policies and procedures to maintain the security of the Jail facility, inmates and employees.

• Possess and utilize excellent communication and human relations/behavior skills when interacting with inmates, Jail staff, the public and County employees.

• Ability to utilize independent judgement and establish priorities with limited supervision.

• Ability to provide effective work direction and supervision of others to ensure adherence to work rules, personnel and County policies, and Jail procedures.

• Ability to collect, analyze and interpret reports, and documentation to solve problems and provide accurate information for management, staff, or other County departments.

• Demonstrate knowledge of correctional facilities, inmate management and legal procedures.

• Knowledge of and ability to operate computer software and equipment. Proficient in use of word processing and electronic spreadsheet software.

 

Applications may be picked up at 301 E Lee Sapulpa, OK 74066 or contact Chief Deputy Fred Clark at fclark@creekcountysheriff.com and by phone at 918-227-6374.

 

Alfalfa County Sheriff's Office

Position: Deputy Sheriff

Posted: 03/01/2018; updated 04/24/2018

Salary: $2800.00/month starting out W/O CLEET Certification; raise upon completion of CLEET and/or clear evaluation if already CLEET certified. Potential to make $3301.66/mt.

Requirements: Must pass background check and pre-employment polygraph; must be 21 years of age or older; high School Diploma/GED required; must be willing to relocate within the county within 30 days of hire.  Must be willing to work a variety of hours including holidays, weekends, and be subject to call when needed.

Benefits: Benefits include Health, Dental, Vision, Retirement, Life, beginning the 1st day of the month following hire date; Vacation leave after one year of service; Sick leave earned per month; holiday leave earned if on call for that holiday.

Application may be requested by calling 580-596-2202

 

Noble County Sheriff's Office

Position: Detention Officer

Posted: 03/08/2018

Requirements: Applicants must be a minimum of 21 years of age and willing to work shift work and have a high school Diploma (or GED certificate). Duties will include working 14 days within a 28 day schedule.

Benefits: Full benefits upon successful completion of a five-month training program.

Applications may be obtained at the Noble County Sheriff's Office, 721 Cedar Street, Perry, OK 73077

Beckham County Sheriff's Office

Position: Detention Deputy

Posted: 04/09/2018

Salary/Benefits: Top pay at $15.97/hour after probation, plus competitive benefits.

For applications or questions, call the Beckham County Sheriff's Office at 580-928-8951 or come by at 108 S. 3rd Street in Sayre, OK.

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Cleveland County Sheriff's Office

Position: Detention Officer

Posted: 04/16/2018

Salary/Benefits: $31,000 per year plus benefits.

Job Summary: Works under direct supervision of the on-duty Supervisor, or general supervision of facility command staff; Is responsible for maintaining a secure detention facility and the safe custody of inmates; Performs a variety of technical and administrative tasks associated with facility operations and the incarceration of prisoners.

Duties and Responsibilities: Supervise and control inmate behavior while performing various tasks completed during the daily operation of the detention center; Exercise appropriate judgment in handling of special needs situations or inmates; provide assistance in classification of inmates; Communicate effectively and coherently with other staff or inmates with approved facility communication devices including the telephone system, intercom system, and portable or base radios; Demonstrate effective communicative skills with inmates, public and staff; Perform searches of people, cells, objects capable of concealing contraband, and indoor and outdoor areas. The physical aspects of the job entail, walking, kneeling, lifting, bending or stooping for long periods of time and possibly physical altercations with inmates; Administer basic emergency first aid; Transport or escort inmates (hostile, aggressive, passive, etc.) using handcuffs and other approved restraints in accordance to policy and procedure; Read and comprehend legal and non-legal documents including the processing of such documents as medical instructions, commitments, release orders, summons, and other documents; Maintain inmate property and storage; Collect, resolve and/or direct to appropriate individual or division, inmate complaints, grievances or requests; Prepare investigative and other reports or documentation, using appropriate grammar. Endure verbal and mental abuse when confronted with hostile views or opinions of inmates and other persons in an antagonistic environment; Process and release inmates including taking photographs and legible sets of inked fingerprints, and/or palm prints; Report facility mechanical failures; Perform related duties and other responsibilities as assigned.

Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age & U.S. Citizen; Have a High School Diploma or GED; Have a valid Driver's License - Insurable Driving Record; Must pass a background investigation; No felony convictions; No Domestic Violence Record; Good Moral Character; Available to work shifts- 24/7 operation; Able to pass fitness and written tests.

Ability to: Apply knowledge and reasoning to make prompt and effective decisions quickly in both routine and non-routine situations including those situations that would be considered "life and death". Evaluate alternatives; make sound decisions in a timely manner, size up a situation quickly and take appropriate actions; Write clearly and concisely; use acceptable grammar, punctuation and spelling; write reports which are organized, complete, accurate and factual; Be sensitive to the feelings of others and resolve problems in ways that do not arouse antagonism; Adapt to changes in working conditions (e.g., changes in assignment, shift changes and different types of incidents either incidentally or continuously, etc.); Proceed on assignments without waiting to be told what to do; make an effort to improve skills and keep informed of new developments in field; exert the effort needed to make sure the job is done right, the first time; be consistently productive; Follow orders, rules and department policy; Prepare and maintain accurate and factual records; Work independently in the absence of supervision; Understand and follow written or verbal instructions; Maintain a high degree of personal and professional honesty and integrity; Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

To apply:
Must be able to perform these duties with or without special accommodations.
Interested parties call (405) 701-8840 and ask for "Patty"
128 S. Peters
Norman, OK 73069

Cleveland County Sheriff's Office

Position: Sheriff Deputy

Posted: 04/16/2018

Salary/Benefits: Starting Salary $34,000.00 with benefits.

Duties and Responsibilities: Patrol; School Resource; Civil Process; Judicial and Court Room Security; Prisoner Transport; Security of all County Buildings and Complexes.

Requirements: Must be 21 years or older; Must be a U.S. Citizen; Must have a valid Oklahoma State Driver’s License; Must have a high school diploma or GED certificate; Have no felony or major misdemeanor convictions; Have no recent involvement with marijuana within the last two years; Have no other involvement with other illicit drugs within the last five years; Have no arrests or police conducts associated with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence within the last five years; Must have no criminal charges pending; Must have a high degree of ethical and moral standards; Must have sound judgement and interpersonal skills; Must be community oriented; Must be able to work when needed, days, nights, weekends and holidays; Must be able to perform police duties without any physical limitations or special accommodations; Must pass in-depth background investigation; Must pass a drug screening test; Must pass psychological assessment test; Must pass a polygraph examination; Depending on level of experience, must successfully complete CCSO Field Training Program.

Anyone interested should complete the CCSO Personnel History Statement (PHS). The PHS can be obtained at the CCSO located at 128 South Peters Avenue, Norman, Oklahoma 73069. You may also download it off the office’s website, www.ccso-ok.us. If you have any questions you can direct them to Chief Deputy J. Chavez at (405) 701-8819 or Captain R. Johnson at (405) 701-8729.

Oklahoma County Sheriff's Office

Position: Major/Jail Administrator

Posted: 05/03/2018

Salary/Benefits: The position comes with an excellent benefits package including 401(k), health, dental, vision, and paid leave. The starting pay is $84,216/annually. We foster a welcoming and stress-free work environment.

Duties and Responsibilities:: Be able to assist with budget estimates, contract acquisition, and capital projects; Attend several monthly meetings as a representative of the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office Detention Facility; Monitor and interpret daily operational reports and identify areas which require adjustment or action; Resolve day-to-day operational problems and concerns of administrative staff; Directly oversee 4-5 employees but manage 400+; Organize the operation of a 1800-2200 average daily detainee population detention facility; Posess and utilize excellent communication and human relations skills when dealing with inmates, employees, or citizens Form working relationships with government boards and address those groups with confidence and honesty; Be able to start July 1, 2018.

Preference to: A degreed administrator with 10+ years supervisory experience in the field of corrections; An effective leader, not a boss, who can shape individual team members in professional development; Exceptionally organized and efficient with personal time management; Energetic, motivated, self-starting, and has the ability to think proactively – anticipating opportunities and challenges.

To apply:
Submit a resume and/or letter of interest detailing qualifications to:
Captain Brandon Holmes
Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office
201 N Shartel Ave
Oklahoma City, Ok 73102
Fax: 405/713-1022
bholmes@oklahomacounty.org

The application deadline is Friday, May 25 at 5:00 PM. Interviews will be held shortly after the deadline closing.
Please note: e-mail is the preference for submitting letters of interest and resumes. If you desire to send through fax and/or mail, please confirm receipt by contacting Captain Holmes through e-mail. Thank you for your interest.

Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training

Position: Executive Director

Posted: 05/15/2018

Salary/Benefits: $93,653.76 annual salary, plus state benefit package to include health coverage & retirement contribution. The salary is set by the State Legislature and is non-negotiable.

Minimum Requirements: Earned Bachelor or higher degree in law enforcement from an accredited college or university, or a bachelor or higher degree in a law-enforcement related subject area, and a minimum of five years of active law enforcement experience including, but not limited to responsibility for enforcement, investigation, administration, training, or curriculum implementation. Finalists must pass a background check and provide proof of citizenship or eligibility to work in the United States. Preference may be given to certified peace officers with advanced degrees and 5 years senior command level law enforcement experience, budgetary & facility maintenance responsibilities &/or a governmental relations background. Preference may also be given to individuals whose continuing education training includes graduation from the FBI National Academy, Southern Police Institute or other nationally recognized police leadership or executive development program. A willingness to relocate to Ada, Oklahoma is preferred.
Credentials are subject to verification.

To apply:
Submit letter of interest and resume to Chairman Search Committee, 2401 Egypt Road, Ada, OK 74821. To apply for the position electronically, please submit a letter of interest and resume to the CLEET Executive Administrative Assistant Ms. Shelly Lowrance – shelly.lowrance@cleet.state.ok.us. Please do not submit both a hard copy and an electronic submission. For consideration, applicant information must be received by July 1, 2018. Confirmation of receipt will be electronic if correspondence includes an e-mail address.

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