Sheriff's Office Employment
The Summit County Sheriff's Office is hiring for the positions of Animal Control Officer, Contract Animal Shelter Veterinarian, Detention Deputy, Detention Specialist and Patrol Deputy. All full time/year round positions come with an excellent benefits package through Summit County Government, including medical, dental, vision, the county iCare Clinic, and retirement programs.
The Summit County Detention Facility is a dynamic and energetic 94-bed facility with an average daily population of 57 inmates. We are looking for professional, outgoing people who have a great sense of humor, excellent communication, customer service skills, and attention to detail.
Colorado POST certification is not required, but applicants must be able to meet POST certification standards. Applicants must not be current drug users. As the possession or use of marijuana is prohibited by federal law, this requirement also applies to marijuana.
Meals are provided when on shift and are designed by a classically trained chef. Our restaurant quality food is the envy of detention facilities throughout Colorado!
Summit County Government offers a down-payment assistance program for first time homebuyers, and the Summit County Sheriff's Office also has a volunteer deputy ski program for sworn staff.
Excellent benefits package through Summit County Government, including medical, dental, vision, the county miCare Clinic, and retirement programs.
Serious applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the on-duty sergeant to arrange for a facility tour and ride along at (970) 423-8977.
Summit County Non-Discrimination Guideline
It is the guideline of Summit County Government not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of sex, gender identity or expression, race, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, religion, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, on the basis of genetic information of the individual or family member of the individual, or any other protected basis that is unlawful under federal, state, and/or local law in applying or providing terms and conditions of employment.
Summit County Government does and will continue to take Affirmative Action to assure that applicants are employed, and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, or on the basis of genetic information of the individual or family member of the individual.
Pay Range: $21.28/hr to $23.41/hr DOE
Detentions Deputies are sworn law-enforcement positions, responsible for the safety, security and orderly running of the detention facility. These duties include, but are not limited to: the booking and release of arrestees, inmates and detainees; Courts; transports across the state of Colorado and extraditions throughout the United States, assisting with Court Security duties, including security at the Justice Center and the DA's Office / Probation Office building; fingerprinting; taking mugshots; enforcing facility rules and regulations; conducting criminal investigations; making arrests; writing reports; professionally using the law enforcement radio system; assisting the Civil Division when needed; and, assisting the Operations Division as appropriate.
Successful applicants will be trained in arrest control/ defensive tactics, firearms, Taser and pepper spray, in addition to over 80 hours of in-service training offered annually. Detention Deputies bid by seniority for twelve hour shifts; Sunday through Tuesday or Thursday through Saturday and work every other Wednesday. This normally works out to working four days with three days off and then working three days with four days off, with some exceptions for training weeks.
Detention Deputy Application
Pay Range: $17.40/hr to $25.22/hr DOE
Detention Specialists are civilian positions responsible for assisting in the safety, security and orderly running of the facility. These duties include, but are not limited to: operating the Control Room in an efficient and orderly manner; answering phone calls; monitoring the camera system; opening secure doors and prioritizing movement throughout the facility; responding to intercoms; listening to and use of the law enforcement radio system; logging movement of trustees participating in the work release program; enforcing facility rules and regulations via the facility intercom system; logging entry and exit of personnel utilizing the Evidence Room and Armory; report writing as needed; and, responsible for monitoring the safety of the detention deputies, arresting officers, volunteers, community partners working in the facility and the inmates.
Detention Specialists do not have any direct physical contact with arrestees, detainees, or inmates within the facility. Operating the Control Room is a fast paced, critical function within the facility and requires excellent prioritization, multi-tasking, and communication skills.
The schedule for Detention Specialists may vary, depending on the needs of the facility.
Detention Specialist Application
Please email Recruitdetentions@summitcountyco.gov with any questions.
Position Requirements: The Animal Control Division of the Summit County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a well-qualified Animal Control Officer. An Officer enforces Summit County Animal Control Resolutions, Municipal Ordinances, and State Statutes pertaining to the care and control of animals. Issues summons to violators of animal control laws and appears in court as the prosecution witness when necessary. Captures and impounds domestic animals, livestock, and wildlife as required. Investigates animal bite and neglect/cruelty cases.
Animal Control Officer (40 hours/week) Non-exempt
Provides education of animal care and responsibility to the public on a daily basis and through special presentations. Will be required to perform shelter administrative duties, kennel maintenance duties, maintain accurate records of impounded animals, and euthanize and cremate animals. Will be required to work weekends and be on call for after-hours emergencies 2-3 nights per week. The ideal candidate will be a team oriented professional with strong initiative, customer service, organizational, and communication skills. The candidate should have a strong desire to work with people and animals.
Expectations of the chosen candidate: The chosen candidate will be expected to demonstrate a positive demeanor, support the mission of Animal Control, and work closely with the public, shelter staff, and volunteers.
Applicants must be 21 years of age.
Must have a valid Colorado’s Driver’s License and know how to safely operate a motor vehicle.
Ability to lift 75 lbs. and pursue animals on foot.
Working knowledge of animal behavior.
Ability to prepare and maintain records and reports.
Data entry and MS Office skills.
Public relations experience and excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to deal with the public in a variety of difficult and sometimes emotional situations.
Pass a Criminal background check.
Animal Control Officer experience preferable.
Candidates proceeding in the process will be required to complete a Sheriff’s Office Civilian Application.
Hiring Range: $19.52/hour or commensurate with experience and excellent benefit package.
Application Deadline Date: Please submit a resume and letter of interest no later than 5:00 p.m. on May 4, 2018 to Jesslyn.Swirka@summitcountyco.gov or Summit County Animal Shelter, 0058 Nancy’s Place, P.O. Box 5225, Frisco, CO 80443.
Position Requirements: The Animal Control Division of Summit County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a veterinarian to perform contract
veterinarian services at our animal shelter. Services required include spay and neuter surgeries, minor surgeries, illness diagnostics
and treatment, health exams, blood draws, lab interpretations, and other basic vet work for shelter pets.
Contract Animal Shelter Veterinarian
• Ability to work 1-2 days per week in the shelter clinic
• Ability to work primarily alone with a variety of animal temperaments
• Must possess a personal liability insurance policy with limits of not less than $350,000 on account of any one person and $990,000 for each occurrence of property damage or personal injury.
• Be able to acquire a DEA license as an animal shelter vet
Salary: Services are paid on a fee schedule that is included in the contract. Please note that this is a request for an independent contractor. Contractor will not be an Employee of the County. Benefits are not included in the contract and the contract will be awarded based upon qualifications and availability.
Application Deadline Date: Interested candidates should contact Meg Leroux at email@example.com or 970-668-3230.
Interested parties should download a Patrol application after reading the basic requirements below.
Pay Range: $25.28/hr to $27.80/hr DOE
- Initial application process
- Written Testing
- Oral Board
- Complete a Personal History Questionnaire
- Background Investigation
- Integrity Interview
- Psychological Testing
- Polygraph Examination
- Executive Interview
- Successful completion of the FTO program