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School Resource Deputy (Certified Law Enforcement Deputy)

A School Resource Deputy (SRD) performs duties which include, but are not limited to: Performs law enforcement functions within the school setting; Identifies and prevents, through counseling and referral, delinquent behavior, including substance abuse; Fosters a better understanding and develops positive concepts of law enforcement; Provides information about crime prevention, assists and supports crime victims within the school setting, including abused children; Assists students and their families with referrals for assistance in mental health and drug abuse; Provides awareness of laws and consequences through classroom and assembly style presentations. May be responsible for working events for the District and/or at the school to which the SRD is assigned when required. When the school to which the School Resource Deputy is assigned is not in session and the School Resource Deputy is not otherwise required to be present at the school to which they are assigned, the School Resource Deputy may be assigned to varying shifts/hours of work at the discretion of the Captain of the School Safety Division. Attendance at other events or functions may include, but is not limited to, the Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranch Camp and other camp events.

Starting salary is based on sworn law enforcement experience as follows:
  • Less than 2 years of experience starting pay $50,618.88
  • 2 – 3 years of experience starting pay $52,643.63
  • 4 – 5 years of experience starting pay $54,749.38
  • Over 6 years of experience starting pay $56,939.35
  • Special Incentive: Agency paid time off during both Thanksgiving and Christmas school breaks.

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Law Enforcement Deputy

This class performs general law enforcement work of average difficulty and responsibility in the preservation and protection of life and property, the prevention of crime, the maintenance of good public order, the enforcement of civil and criminal law. This class works under general supervision and requires considerable judgment, initiative and skill in a variety of situations.

Starting salary is based on sworn law enforcement experience as follows:
  • Less than 2 years of experience starting pay $50,618.88
  • 2 – 3 years of experience starting pay $52,643.63
  • 4 – 5 years of experience starting pay $54,749.38
  • Over 6 years of experience starting pay $56,939.35

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Deputy Trainee - Law Enforcement

The applicant must be currently registered or enrolled at a Basic Law Enforcement Academy within the State of Florida and completed/passed the Basic Abilities Test (BAT) for Law Enforcement in order to qualify for this position. The applicant agrees to attend all classes and labs required to successfully pass the curricula of the Basic Recruit Law Enforcement Academy and pass the FDLE State of Florida certification examination. During periods of class recess, the applicant agrees to perform various duties for the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office. The selected candidate must be able to pay for the Basic Law Enforcement Academy tuition and fees via self-sponsorship or, if applicable use their GI Bill. The Indian River County Sheriff’s Office shall not be responsible for any Basic Law Enforcement Academy costs. Academy graduates complete an extensive Field Training program covering all high liability areas, including driving, shooting, defensive tactics, agency policy and procedures and one-on-one training and evaluation with a certified Field Training Officer.

Starting Salary $37,740. Salary will be increased to $50,618.88 upon graduation and passing state exam.

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Equivalency of Training (EOT) Sponsorship - Law Enforcement Deputy

Out-of-state officers, federal officers and previously certified Florida officers with a four year or more, not exceeding eight year, break-in-service pursuant to section 943.13(2a), Florida Statutes and Rule 11B-35.009(3) or (4), Florida Administrative Code or for persons who served as a member of the special operations forces pursuant to section 943.131(2)(b), F.S. and Rule 11B-35.009(5), F.A.C. are encouraged to apply to attend an Equivalency of Training Program at Indian River State College or Eastern Florida State College, potentially sponsored by Florida House Bill 3. A strong candidate has a good work history and clean background.

Upon graduation & passing state exam, salary will be increased based on sworn law enforcement experience as follows:
  • Less than 2 years of experience $50,618.88
  • 2 – 3 years of experience $52,643.63
  • 4 – 5 years of experience $54,749.38
  • Over 6 years of experience $56,939.35

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Corrections Deputy

This class performs varied assignments maintaining order and discipline among detainees remanded to the custody of the Sheriff. This class is responsible for the supervision, protection, care, custody and control or investigation of incarcerated inmates and other detainees. This class works under general supervision and requires considerable judgment, initiative, and skill in a variety of situations.

Starting salary based on sworn corrections experience as follows:
  • Less than 2 years of experience starting pay $50,618.88
  • 2 – 3 years of experience starting pay $52,643.63
  • 4 – 5 years of experience starting pay $54,749.38
  • Over 6 years of experience starting pay $56,939.35

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Call Taker / Public Safety Dispatcher

This critical role serves as the vital communications link between the public needing help and the emergency services response. This entails a candidate to be able to work in a high-stress environment while receiving and evaluating incoming emergency and administrative requests for emergency services including but not limited to law enforcement, fire, and medical services; triaging those requests for service, providing guidance and assistance to the public in life-safety situations and coordinating appropriate responses to high-risk, high-stress operations, with the objective of keeping all parties safe. Work is performed in a technology-driven emergency communications center. The work level can fluctuate from minimal to fast-paced and high volume. The employee deals with crisis situations that requires them to quickly make decisions involving people, resources, and property with limited direction. No prior experience is necessary as we will train you; however, a desire to be a part of something bigger than you is required.

Starting salary based on recent, verifiable experience:
  • Less than one year of experience $40,000
  • One - five years of experience $45,000
  • Five+ years of experience $53,000

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School Crossing Guard

The Indian River County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for School Crossing Guard. This is a part time position requiring 10 hours a week during the school year. The duties and responsibilities of a school crossing guard are to help school children cross safely by either waiting for a lapse in traffic or stopping traffic, if necessary, in order to do so. No requisite skills are required, training provided at the time of hire. Job Prerequisites and Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent Application Process: Applications are available online and further information may be obtained from the Sheriff's Office Human Resources located at 4055 41st Avenue or call 772-978-6355. EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER M/F

$15 Per Hour - 10 Hours per Week

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Victim Advocate

The class specification for the position of Victim Advocate for the Sheriff's Office is a very responsible position requiring a wide range of crisis intervention and counseling skills. The Victim Advocate provides approved direct services, information on available services and referrals when appropriate to victims of crimes in accordance with State Statutes and the IRCSO Victim Services Program. The work involves collecting, organizing, and disseminating sensitive information, typing, computer operation, telephone skills, and serving the public.

A competitive starting salary of $41,820 per year.

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